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“Desiderius: I wonder where all this race-baiting willlead?”
“Is the Rev. Al Sharpton an opportunistic race-baiting publicity hound?”
“Old fashioned white race-baiting politicians changed their tune quickly once blacks could vote: e.g.,”
“Reagan used such race-baiting to masterful effect when he launched his 1980 campaign from Philadelphia, Mississippi.”
“So instead of admitting the unlikelihood that this photo was used as a form of race-baiting, you prefer to stick with it, instead focusing on my calling out people like you for being wolf-criers who overuse and overaccuse, thereby diminishing the entire concept of racism in the first place.”
“So given that today should be a day of celebration for those who worked to push Beck off of Fox, it's unsettling to see that Fox News and Fox Business Chairman Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch, Chairman of News Corp, which owns both networks, seem to continue to view on-air race-baiting as acceptable.”
“As much as the the exodus of advertisers from Glenn Beck's Fox News show hurt the network, Murdoch and Ailes' failure to hold Bollings accountable shows that when it's all said and done, Fox is still betting that advancing stereotypes and supporting race-baiting is good for business.”
“In yet another unchecked attack, this time the baseless and race-baiting assault was levied by Republican Representative from California, Dana Rohrabacher.”
“Patrick's supporters attacked the ad as old-school race-baiting from a desperate, fear-mongering, right-wing politician.”
“Even if I say that I think Obama was as dry as dust on The Daily Show given the audience he was trying to reach, I'll still take dry as dust, intelligent, thoughtful, professorial about policy and committed to some concept of political cooperation and politeness even to the point of timidity any day over lying, race-baiting, drown the government in a bathtub, super-money fueled bats#!”
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