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At Strom Thurmond's 100th birthday, Trent Lott gallantly suggested that his old friend would have made a good President. Strom had run for President on a racist platform half a century before.

Conservatives were enraged. They screamed for the scalp of Trent Lott until he was forced to step down as Republican leader in the Senate.

Now Steve Scalise holds a Republican leadership position in the House of Representatives. He participated in a gathering of white supremacists. When the State of Louisiana apologized for the days of slavery, he voted against the apology.

Slavery? Seriously?

The Party of Lincoln was once ... well ... the Party of Lincoln.

What happened?

Direct download: How_Has_Slavery_Come_Back_Into_Mains.mp3
Category:Racism -- posted at: 11:52pm EDT

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