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  • Democrat Labor Commissioner Mike Thurmond is leaving his post and running for lieutenant governor, but polls show him trailing the Republican lieutenant governor.

    Republicans Set for Southern Sweep

  • On balance, I think the comparison to Lott's praise of Thurmond is fair.


  • Strom Thurmond is a U.S. senator, and he's 96 years old.

    Age doesn't slow down Paterno, Bowden

  • We are talking about the man that says Strom Thurmond is his hero and Wilson denied Strom Thurmond's half wife - half black daughter, he said she was messing up Thurmond reputation he said Thurmond could never be her father guess what he was this biracial childs father and he had been supporting the mother all those years so it wouldn't get out in the open it was like paying someone to shut-up surprising Thurmond was 20 and this young black woman was 16 years of age, when Wilson found out that the lady was telling the truth about Thurmond being her father he told her she should have kept that information to herself ahe was just trying to ruining his icon life, so Wilson better come correct you never know what falls out of your family tree

    Wilson says no more apologies for outburst against president

  • #19 – interesting that Thurmond is dead and new era of conservatism is emerging.

    Think Progress » More on Frist/Byrd debate:

  • (Short of hanging Thurmond from the rafters, I’m not sure how we get to the point that we actually discuss old men (or old women) to their faces without basically saying something like Lott said.)

    Matthew Yglesias » Heilemann & Halperin’s Race Stuff

  • Thurmond, from Monroe County, was part of a group called Thurmond's Raiders, although he wasn't the group's namesake.

    The Charleston Gazette -

  • Daniel Hackett, president of the AU chapter of Delta Sigma Phi, called Thurmond's death "a terrible tragedy."

    News for Opelika-Auburn News

  • Mr. Lott took the microphone to make a few congratulatory remarks, recalling Thurmond’s third-party presidential campaign in 1948, whose slogan was “Segregation Forever!” and which led to his departure from the Democratic Party.

    Motive Does Matter

  • "I feel a lot better than I thought I would," said William "Thurmond" White of Anderson after a hero's welcome at Greenville-Spartanburg Airport.

    Anderson Independent Mail Stories


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