Hate speech has no place in health-care debate

Full story: Seattle Times

Shame on tea-party protesters who revealed much about themselves this weekend by calling black and gay congressman ugly names as part of their protest against health-care reform.
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#1 Mar 22, 2010
Those that were using the hate speech and protesting are supporters of the Republican Party. The Republican Party was cheering them on too from what I've heard on TV. The Republicans and the Tea Party are basically one and the same.

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#2 Mar 22, 2010
I'm assuming that crowd was all white since they used the N word. I heard they called Obama the N word and Barney Frank the F word.

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