from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that advocates or practices a policy of racial segregation.
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- n. A person who supports or believes in segregation.
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- n. someone who believes the races should be kept apart
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To expect such a person to not be racist, to not fire every black patronage employee in the federal government that he possibly could, to not be a segregationist, is an total anachronism.
The filibuster, which has its poisonous history in Southern segregationist efforts to kill civil-rights legislation, has morphed into a routine requirement for a supermajority of 60 votes on everything.
The fact is, in 1963, not only was Hillary Clinton a republican, but she was also a staunch supporter of republican Senator Barry Goldwater, well known as a segregationist and one of the most vocal senators adamently against the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which is why he lost in his presidential bid to Lyndon B.
If you think about it, GLTB labeled groups are segregationist, which is a shame in and of itself.
Those that want to bypass this institution of gender integration are for gender segregationist, which is a symptom of personal gender bias.
Just as the Democratic Party in the 1950's was known as the segregationist party, only to become the party of civil rights under Lyndon Johnson, so too might the party of Hillary Clinton become something other than what it has been.
Nobody today in the South wants to be called a segregationist, not even Jesse Helms.
On Jan. 14, 1961, McGill rightly called the segregationist riot at the University of Georgia "a humiliation of a town and a state."
The implicit subtext of the Rachel Maddow question is that some firms would revert back to the kind of segregationist behavior that Title II banned.
I guess Hannity does not know former Rep. Cass Ballenger, who a few years ago admitted publicly that he had "segregationist" feelings and called Rep. Cynthia McKinney a "bitch."