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Still one of the things you said in the book is the slogan during the bush -- -- Hillary Clinton and wake of his right to disagree.
And minister scream.
Yeah and now that you point out that dissent was patriotic then but now dissent is racist I -- this election which -- now become a monster.
It's being repeated now -- in business political strategy side tactical strategy that we got to deal with yes and that is how do Republicans.
How does Al toward the audacity to say they -- -- -- they get what that James bird in 2000 the Missouri -- 98.
It's happening now really.
-- -- an and it never showed a picture of Willie Horton and it was the greatest -- and political ad in US history -- it nailed Michael Dukakis for a policy he was solely responsible -- -- -- it's a weekend after slowing it that was exclusively.
Michael dukakis' veto even the -- Massachusetts legislature knew was insane when the Massachusetts Supreme Court extended.
We can't furloughs to first -- -- -- -- never supposed to be let out of prison.
But no -- know what Michael Dukakis proudly with with the admiration the ACLU vetoed it.
And that have more effect on the 1980 election an election than any other and so what do liberals do first they lie about furlough policies when that doesn't work they call -- -- -- that you go through it like -- history the way we have.
In many ways we've allowed this narrative to build and build and build and whenever there's a -- high profile case -- you go back to OJ you go back to Rodney King.
We've seen I guess you mentioned more recent one trade -- -- The Duke Lacrosse case.
In every single case and narrative gets advance -- right -- into the political arena right what do we learn from all of these cases because there is.
Step by step what is happening what what we've learned is.
Every one blacks especially are better off when the white -- -- -- shot down as it was for more than a decade after the OJ verdict and liberals kept trying to push the racial -- -- in their newspapers and on TV.
But Americans just weren't buying -- they were -- apple after October 3 1995 when they saw that verdict and saw.
Black law students at Howard University cheering it.
That was it and for a dozen years we had -- I suddenly -- people were walking on eggshells you could have Giuliani.
And forcing saying criminal laws in New York without and not caring that he wasn't called but he Wisconsin being called a racist by liberals and and Al Sharpton him.
And the Clinton administration -- when it did it unlike what it didn't Sunni picked it transformed the city and is saved.
Because the policies were continued tens of thousands of -- -- how about.
In terms of the political campaign we now have this I don't even really call them conservatives but.
They have the David from some of the world those that are out there suggesting Romney is mismanaging the campaign you've been an early.
You know loud vocal supporter you wanted Mitt Romney you've got and he picked I think a great vice presidential candidate that's Paul Ryan.
He -- the polls it's neck and neck maybe a little different and some of the swing states some people are almost writing you know the finger -- has been gone among the.
In or a -- Republicans are right as -- election -- Happen to know don't worry Ronald -- to win but the media is in warm mode and that's why they are not talking about -- Gaza all we are talking about is racism and literally tonight.
-- 'cause Mitt Romney.
Gave us statements about health care in which you mentioned apartments.
That is being -- not as excited -- separate how does that give you put into the race it's almost as crazy as Lawrence O'Donnell saying a reference to.
Obama's golfing reminds people of Tiger Woods and Tiger Woods is very popular isn't it -- anyway -- was supposed to be racist.
And it's like the whitest sport other than possibly poll while golfing is racist Chicago director.
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