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Thread: BEAUUUUUUUUUUUUUTIFUL!!!

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    Sherrod was asked by department officials to resign on Monday after conservatives posted a video of her saying she didn't initially give a white farmer as much help as she could have 24 years ago, when she was working for a farmers' aid group. This woman's resignation is a travesty that demonstrates just how incompetent the Obama Administration, the NAACP, and their ilk really are. Let's disband the NAACP while we're at it. Now, let's hear from the serfs in the peanut gallery.

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    So what? This incident was 24yrs ago. Who's the real racist here? Read the full story behind this before you make pig ignorant remarks

    Sherrod's steadfast motto: 'Let's work together'

    Shirley Miller Sherrod has spent most of her life fighting injustice.

    On the Baker County, Georgia, farm where the Miller family grew corn, peanuts, cotton and cucumbers and raised hogs, cows and goats, oldest daughter Shirley despised the work.
    "I swore I would never have anything to do with a farm past high school," she said Wednesday with an easy chuckle. "I would talk to the sun as I picked cotton and picked cucumbers and worked out there in that hot field, and [say], 'This is not the life for me.' I didn't want to have anything to do with agriculture ever again."

    On the night in 1965 when her father, Hosie Miller, a black man and a deacon at Thankful Baptist Church, was shot to death by a white farmer in what ostensibly was a dispute over a few cows, Sherrod -- then 17 years old -- changed her mind.

    CNN.com
    "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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    RDLN Graduate and Board Vice Chair Shirley Sherrod was appointed Georgia Director for Rural Development by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack on July 25. Only days earlier, she learned that New Communities, a group she founded with her husband and other families (see below) has won a thirteen million dollarI wonder how much of the $13 million Brit gets for such an obsequious defense of a racist? settlement in the minority farmers law suit Pigford vs Vilsack

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