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Texas Republican says he shouted 'baby killer'

There are 145 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Mar 22, 2010, titled Texas Republican says he shouted 'baby killer'. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Texas Republican Rep. Randy Neugebauer says he was the lawmaker who shouted out "baby killer" when Rep.

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Patrick

Houston, TX

#166 Mar 28, 2010
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Raving Texas trailer-trash again! Why doesn't this surprise me?
It probably doesn't surprise you because you have a single minded view and don't realize that alot of Texans are dems and libs.

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#167 Mar 28, 2010
troll wrote:
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They went beyond the typical Whig positions on many of the above issues. That's why they were considered Radicals. Slavery was only one issue.
Well some were Radical and some weren't. Issues and policy positions changed over time, but there's clear continuity between National Republicans, Whigs, and Republicans. But it was the slavery issue (especially Kansas-Nebraska) that drove the breakdown of the party (and the Democrats as well, in 1860).
troll

Minneapolis, MN

#168 Mar 28, 2010
Zagg wrote:
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Well some were Radical and some weren't. Issues and policy positions changed over time, but there's clear continuity between National Republicans, Whigs, and Republicans. But it was the slavery issue (especially Kansas-Nebraska) that drove the breakdown of the party (and the Democrats as well, in 1860).
You mean like the Know Nothing's who didn't care for Catholics?

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#169 Mar 28, 2010
troll wrote:
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You mean like the Know Nothing's who didn't care for Catholics?
I'm sorry, I don't quite get the question. The nativists certainly weren't Democrats, because immigrants almost all voted Dem. Many Whigs became nativist/American after the party broke up after the 1852 election. Fillmore ran as the American candidate in 1856. And there were many nativists in the anti-Nebraska formations that eventually coalesced into the Republican party. There's lively scholarly debate on how nativist the early Republicans were. It's beyond my competence to weigh in on that.
Sebastian

Dallas, TX

#171 Mar 28, 2010
Bird wrote:
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What's the matter Placenta Boy? All your crackpot theories about who and what tea partiers are coming undone? Let me guess, next you'll be calling them "uncle toms" or "house negroes", guess we discovered who the real racist is huh!
Indeed. Well done, Bird.

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