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Super PAC Attack Ad Depicts Allen West Punching White Women | The Shark Tank

Ah yes, the scary black man is coming for our women and elderly. Could the Democrats be any more obvious about which party has historically led the charge against minority rights?

Super PAC Attack Ad Depicts Allen West Punching White Women | The Shark Tank.

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  1. FlexoRick's Gravatar FlexoRick
    August 9, 2012    

    You mean the Party of tolerance is depicting a black man hitting little old white ladys?
    Color me shocked!

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