Terry-If you mean I have a closed view because my Uncle died fighting Nazi's, just the opposite. 60 million people died because of Nazis and other Fascists like Italy/Japan. That political insanity will never gain real ground in the US because of our system of government. The Great Depression was the closest we ever came to listening to despots like<quoted text>If pointing out the facts is maligning to your state then that is me I guess.
I see so I am the problem even though I am not the state that actually went through with all these illegal activities.
And I can see now why you have such a closed view of things. That is definitely understandable.
"You need to study history more closely, this is not Germany during the 1920's and your comparison is a poor one."
And why is it a poor one?
If I posted this before, give me some space. It sums up what happened here last week-
Here's a story from KARE11TV-
"During a peaceful standoff on Thursday night at the intersection of John Ireland Boulevard and Rice Street near the Capitol, one man agitated the crowd by roaming through the protesters and swearing at them. After about an hour, police suddenly moved to arrest him. Then one officer used a bullhorn to tell protesters not to worry, that they were only arresting the man causing trouble."
"Continue to speak your minds," the officer told the crowd.
"Protesters cheered and clapped."
KARE 11 News 9/5
No media blackout, no suppression of civil rights, just good old Minnesota Nice. The courts will decide any wrong-doing and punish