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March 14, 2013


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A shameful period in American history, when a lot of innocent people were wrongfully punished because of the paranoid fear that a few of them may have wanted to do harm.

Like Alfred's, a pertinent post this week.


Comparing the events of the past week or so to Japanese internment. Possibly one of the more offensive comparisons I've come across.

Eric Muller

Yes, Anon, even by the recent discourse standards on this blog, Ganger's analogy is a doozie.

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