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About half of all white people in America are racist, but this is a very vague estimate. Fewer than half are overtly racist and unable to conceal it in public conversation. More than half are subtly prejudiced -- Like, all else being equal, you may prefer your sister married a white guy.

Close to half of the white conservative posters in here are overtly racist. Even if they don't realize it, it's revealed in their words.

After enough years in various parts of America, it's pretty obvious, the code words and euphemisms. At some point, you have to really work hard to deny it.

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I didn't voice my opinion on the topic.

Just calling everyone racist is a pathetic "debate" technique. Right up there with calling people stupid, libtard, etc.

What would you think if I just called you racist every time you criticized a white person? You'd be dismissive of the crazy guy shouting on the street corner, and rightfully so.

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"But go ahead and keep doing it. I really don't care too much about this topic,"

Of course you don't. But that doesn't stop you from voicing your opinion about it anyway. Just like always...

You must be bucking for F-jerks forum cop position.

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Iran-Contra? You want to know why I wasn't all over Iran-Contra? Wasn't that in 1986? I was 13 years old and living in another country. I had better things to worry about then than sitting there with Duran Duran posters going "yay white people! Reagan is white! He rocks! Duran Duran are all white! They rock!".

But go ahead and keep doing it. I really don't care too much about this topic, but the endless "you're all racist" gets tiring and hurts the smidgen of credibility someone who behaves as you do on here could possibly have.

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Gee Vabeach...I guess Reagan got a pass on Iran-Contra and GW Bush got a pass on imaginary WMDs from you right winger types (both responsibe for the deaths of thousands) because...ummmm.....because...uuuuuuuuuu...because....errrrrrrrrr....hummm....why DID they get a pass from the white right?

Could we not be naive and reverse PC please?

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Just keep calling everyone racist. Just keep calling everyone racist. Just keep calling everyone racist. Just keep calling everyone racist. Just keep calling everyone racist.

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So you know the name Brain Terry...can anyone please provide the names of any other 15,000 killed by firearms not related to F&F in 2011? If not, please get over your Obama/Holder skin pigment derangement syndrome and STFU

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The Animal hospital called....the horse is not only dead, it is nearly decomposed and skeletal....you can stop beating it any time

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all these people have commited felonies and still hold a goverment job.not only that but doj is helping them to do it.we are supose to trust these people?do we really need all these people.how bout cutting back on the batf,fbi,dhs,and how many other le pepole who are falling over each other just to justfiei their job.I belive we have to many cops in this country.how many cops do you see in a days times.not needed........BS

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Disagreements on Fast and Furious negotiations By FREDERIC J. FROMMER | Associated Press –

Attorney General Eric Holder speaks in New Orleans at a news conference called to address the bungled gun trafficking program known …more WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department and a congressional committee disagree on the pace of their talks to settle a lawsuit over congressional efforts to get records related to Operation Fast and Furious, a bungled gun-tracking operation. In a joint filing Friday night, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee told the judge in the case that a settlement offer it received from the Justice Department this week was a "grave disappointment" and that a settlement is not possible. "The parties are very, very far apart," lawyers for the GOP-led committee wrote. "Indeed, they are not even conceptually on the same page. After nearly four months of negotiating in good faith, the committee reluctantly has concluded — principally as a result of the department's settlement document — that the attorney general is not serious about settlement." The committee added that it didn't think court-ordered mediation would help. President Barack Obama has invoked executive privilege and Attorney General Eric Holder has been found in contempt of the House for refusing to turn over records that might explain what led the Justice Department to reverse course, after initially denying to Congress that federal agents had used a controversial tactic called gun-walking in the failed law enforcement operation. The department has already turned over 7,600 pages of documents on the operation itself. The continuing dispute is over documents describing how the department responded to the congressional investigation of the operation. In the same filing Friday, the Justice Department said it disagreed with the committee's characterization of the settlement negotiations and that a settlement is still possible. Without getting into specifics, the department said it "provided a meaningful offer to the committee to produce documents directly responsive to the committee's identified outstanding interests." The department added that mediation by a judge would be helpful. "Mediation would provide the parties a forum within which to frankly and confidentially present their respective positions before a neutral third party, who could then offer assistance on how to bridge the differences remaining between the parties," the department wrote. In a January court filing, the Justice Department had reported progress in settlement talks, prompting U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson to postpone a hearing that had been scheduled for the following week. That hearing is scheduled to take place next month. Since that filing, Holder told ABC News that the contempt voted didn't bother him. "But I have to tell you that for me to really be affected by what happened, I'd have to have respect for the people who voted in that way," Holder said in the interview last month. "And I didn't, so it didn't have that huge an impact on me." In a footnote in Friday's filing, the committee wrote that "recent public statements by the attorney general also suggest that he is not interested in compromise," citing the ABC News interview. Fast and Furious was a flawed gun-tracking investigation focused on Phoenix-area gun shops by the Justice Department's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Agents lost track of about 1,400 guns, and two guns in Operation Fast and Furious were found on the U.S. side of the border at the scene of a shooting in which U.S. border agent Brian Terry was killed.

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