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If you received an invitation to join the Ku Klux Klan recently, you weren’t the only one. A lawmaker in Idaho found an application to join the ranks of America’s favorite hate group last week, which has Rep. Cherie Buckner-Webb wondering ‘Why me?’
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I cannot believe that in a so called a civilised world of the 21 century we still behave differently with people just because they have a different skin colour. As long as we all bleed red I do not see why should it be any discrepancy...shame on the USA for allowing this ignorant group to go on and act such awful hate crimes against the humanity that merely want a normal life...these people set the society back 100 years...
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