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Long Term swamp rat and racist Dead at 68

https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/17/polit...ngs/index.html


I can't say I am sad about his passing. Yea he did a bang up job of representing the people of Baltimore. I'm sure he made millions doing it and yet what did he do ? Every word that came out of his mouth was racist. Worthless bag of mostly water !
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I can't say I am sad about his passing. Yea he did a bang up job of representing the people of Baltimore. I'm sure he made millions doing it and yet what did he do ? Every word that came out of his mouth was racist. Worthless bag of mostly water !
Here you go, no big surprise, he was a democrat. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/p...tee-activities

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The people in Baltimore are probably dancing in the streets instead of rioting and burning their city down.
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I can't say I am sad about his passing. Yea he did a bang up job of representing the people of Baltimore. I'm sure he made millions doing it and yet what did he do ? Every word that came out of his mouth was racist. Worthless bag of mostly water !
Maybe they will loot his house instead of some small time store owner! That would be poetic justice!
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poetic justice? How about deja vu?


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I can't say I am sad about his passing. Yea he did a bang up job of representing the people of Baltimore. I'm sure he made millions doing it and yet what did he do ? Every word that came out of his mouth was racist. Worthless bag of mostly water !
Have to disagree about the water part......
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I donít have it in me to celebrate someoneís death just because I donít share the same political views. Itís not like the guy was some sick pedophile or sexual deviant. Far worse people in the world than him and in the end there is the potential for his replacement to be even more radical and far left than what he was.

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"I've never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure." - Mark Twain (or possibly someone else)
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I donít have it in me to celebrate someoneís death just because I donít share the same political views. Itís not like the guy was some sick pedophile or sexual deviant. Far worse people in the world than him and in the end there is the potential for his replacement to be even more radical and far left than what he was.
It's posts like the OP that make the "right" crying about Pro life, Pro Christian, and the party of Morals come into question.
As much as the Left just being over the top crazy it's stuff like this that will push the moderates away from the Republican party as long as they act like this. Where is the dignity? come on really???
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"I've never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure." - Mark Twain (or possibly someone else)
I didn't wish him dead but I don't feel sorry for the loss of a corrupt liberal politician! I find false emotions and pretense in order to look good,
much worse than blunt truth.
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