Mike G 
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Re: “The risks we face in the next race for mayor

One of the most inane and needlessly inflammatory pieces of drivel I've read in a long while. Over the course of two pages, this is what we learned. 1) Having competition in the race for the mayoral nomination is potentially damaging to the party. 2) Because the candidates are different races (gender is not mentioned), this competition is sure to cause more racial division. 3) If local Democrats could all just get united, "they could accomplish great things". Thus I suggest in true progressive fashion, your next editorial should propose the three competitors join forces to create a superhero tri-candidacy. That way everyone can be happy, no one will be disappointed, and tremendous progress will be made in the community.

BTW, the terms "race", "racial", "racist" are used a dozen times in the editorial, as a warning to all that things could get ugly folks. This in a contest where the incumbent is black, the primary challenger is black, and the new kid on the block is a liberal white woman. Is there no situation anymore that might escape the clutches of City's unnatural and unhealthy obsession with race politics?

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Posted by Mike G on 02/14/2017 at 1:39 PM

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