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To: dixiechick2000

MS was the hot bed. followed by Alabama.
I was in Clarkdale the day LBJ signed the
civil rights bill... remember the day CLEARLY:
July 2, 1964. I lived in Memphis.

Yes ugly times, but revisionism and political
ambitions are running rampant right now.

Too bad, but blacks have shown they're just as
low down and dirty when they have the chance: OJ Simpson jury.


22 posted on 02/11/2005 11:37:39 PM PST by onyx ("First you look to God, then to Fox News" -- Denny Crane, Republican...lol.)
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To: onyx

"Yes ugly times, but revisionism and political
ambitions are running rampant right now."

Absolutely right.

Sickening, however fascinating, to watch.


"Too bad, but blacks have shown they're just as
low down and dirty when they have the chance: OJ Simpson jury."


That was LA. And, the big cities. However, in small town
Southern America, there is a growing black middle class.

Please...try not to be so pessimistic.


25 posted on 02/11/2005 11:43:45 PM PST by dixiechick2000 (President Bush is a mensch in cowboy boots.)
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To: onyx

I enjoyed the Civil Rights Movement during the Summer of 1978 during the Memphis Fireman's strike. I was pulling duty with a National Guard Unit the weekend it erupted and got to see diversity at its finest. Just look at how Memphis has progressed since diversity has hit city hall and the county government.


38 posted on 02/12/2005 3:36:30 AM PST by vetvetdoug
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