“it’s just senseless. It is. Didn’t have to happen.”
Clinging to the Confederate battle flag.
We watched him die.
As an African American and a gay American, I’d grown accustomed to that feeling.
The Confederate battle flag was worn out long ago.
Anyone who wants to be seriously considered for president must take race and racism seriously.
It surely offended sensibilities. But sometimes you have to do that to move a conversation forward.
An embarrassment to the Party of Lincoln.
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The Department of Homeland Security warned us about men like him six years ago.