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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine a cable news host is comparing terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay detainee prison displays.
MSNBC's Melissa Harris -- was discussing president Obama's recent statements renewing his goal to close that facility.
Appreciate it the hunger strikers are not trying to -- they're trying to.
Generally autonomy in the context of something that strips -- humanity and we certainly know about from the experience of American slavery.
And then the language of before obviously you've been buried in my grave and go home to my lord and be free.
And you might imagine many people have a problem with comparing suspected terrorists and war criminals to innocent people born into -- life of slavery.
Among the firestorm of tweets conservative -- C Everett Thomas wrote.
Traitor to America Melissa Harris Terry -- Guantanamo detainees to American slaves helped truly sad.
Referring to -- reports of amenities the detainees in -- Meredith -- -- of the blaze right.
Yeah I remember learning in my American history class is all about how slaves -- house and first rate facilities with television movies.
Newspapers books a library teachers -- -- puzzles and round the clock medical treatments.
FedEx and UPS have an expensive build a paid in New York City.
That racked up almost three million dollars in parking tickets in the Big Apple in just three months.
-- -- hazard of the job in New York Post reports delivery companies account for between twenty and 30% of all parking tickets.
A spokesman for UPS says drivers often have no choice but to park illegally.
He calls the tickets quote the cost of doing business.
And finally this Memorial Day the last wish -- a soldier killed in action -- filled seventy years later.
Marine corporal Thomas Jones was killed by a sniper's bullet 1944.
While fighting on the Pacific front during World War II.
Recently his high school sweetheart Laura -- Davis Burlingame visited the national World War II museum.
I was shocked to see the diary she had given him in -- displayed there.
On the front page stones have written that if anything happened to him he won the diary to go to the woman he loves -- --
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