Trio of women from the civil rights movement speak in Rochester
There are 2 comments on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from Oct 20, 2012, titled Trio of women from the civil rights movement speak in Rochester. In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:Three women who were at the center of the voting rights struggles in Mississippi 48 years ago are in the Rochester area to spread a message about the continued need for social change.
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#1 Oct 20, 2012
What a bunch of [email protected]:
"The activists decried current efforts to make voting more difficult.
ďItís an ominous sign. What people died for in 1964 is going to be taken away. Itís obvious who itís directed to. Itís directed to people of color, poor people, people without cars, people who have to work for a living,Ē said Zellner, who in more recent years worked for the Center for Constitutional Rights and has lectured frequently about the civil rights movement."
"people who have to work for a living" What?!?
Versus all those slugs on welfare?
Get a job and stfu already.
Three ugly liberal women spread their message of idiocy.
#2 Jan 30, 2013
Hillary Clinton will not be the first woman to run for president.
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