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You Called Me a What?

Thursday, February 9, 2017 @ 1:31 PM
You Called Me a What? The practice of promoting and defending ideas (debate) publicly has given way to hurling pejoratives intended to stifle all discussion.
That's where we are in this country, it's come to name calling against one another. - AFA President Tim Wildmon

Ed Vitagliano, Tim Wildmon, and Abraham Hamilton, III (AFA's Exec. VP, President, and Public Policy Analyst respectively) discuss the ideological Left's unwillingness to engage in public debate any more.  Instead, liberals seek to immediately end discussion by accusations of race, bigotry, or hate.  The animus and divide is as sharp as it was immediately prior to the Civil War.

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