GOP and a Southern history
December 16, 2002 6:28 AM   Subscribe

Trent Lott and the GOP grew up together in the South. They both have a painful secret. Newsweek cover story on the GOP. "A somewhat opinionated but generally fact- and history-based (which is why I found it unusual enough to post) look at the place of the Republican party in the history of American civil rights."
posted by four panels (7 comments total)

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Wow. Look 6 posts down. Do people not even read the front page before they post?
posted by gleuschk at 6:42 AM on December 16, 2002

Well, four panels must've read the front page because he/she quoted what oissubke wrote in the earlier post. Definitely odd.
posted by witchstone at 6:48 AM on December 16, 2002

I suspect he quoted the same language in an effort to get in an ideological dig at oissubke. It seems a little juvenile, but whatever.
posted by pardonyou? at 7:01 AM on December 16, 2002

I bet that Ben Stein is up to his old trick again.
posted by Space Coyote at 7:03 AM on December 16, 2002

It's all in futility anyway, being that the link is to MSNBC Newsweek's front page and not the actual article. Neverminding the error in judgement of newsfilteritis, partisan bickering, etc. etc.
posted by Stan Chin at 7:08 AM on December 16, 2002

Ok. Retracted, with apology. Sorry, four panels.
posted by gleuschk at 7:10 AM on December 16, 2002

  IMG: Lott in cheerleading squad

Is that just a shadow, or does that young swinger have a groovy soul-patch?
posted by dgaicun at 7:23 AM on December 16, 2002

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