Paul LePage Makes Racist Claim About Drug Dealers Named D-Money Getting White Girls

Apr 2014
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Maryland
#81
The mayor is an idiot. Meanwhile, how does not addressing the problem solve the problem? Kids are being ruined by heroin addiction, not the words of the mayor.
So what do you suggest? More white drug dealers?
What do you think we should do? I support more education
 
Dec 2007
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Middle of nowhere Arkansas
#83
So what do you suggest? More white drug dealers?
What do you think we should do? I support more education
My brother was an addict meaning he was also a career criminal. In his time he committed b&e's, selling drugs, stealing drugs from dealers, manufacturing drugs, and at least one armed robbery. My brother in law once told me about talking my brother out of killing a young man he found in one of his marijuana patches. I guess it was touch and go there for awhile.

My brother loved the court mandated drug education treatment facilities. He told me they were great places to score drugs. It made sense when you think about it. Everyone attending such is an abuser.
 
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Feb 2010
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between Moon and NYC
#84
Have no idea if the Governor is racist or not. Never heard his name mentioned before. (confession: I don't follow Maine politics.)


But with regard to the "pregnant white girl" comment would really like to know......What was he even thinking??
 
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Dec 2007
34,673
6,991
Middle of nowhere Arkansas
#85
I suggest discussing the heroin dealers and the problem of heroin addiction.
They're looking for racists donja' know in a convenient place while simultaneously ignoring the inconvenient ones.

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Dec 2006
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In the Witness Protection Program
#86
My brother was an addict meaning he was also a career criminal. In his time he committed b&e's, selling drugs, stealing drugs from dealers, manufacturing drugs, and at least one armed robbery. My brother in law once told me about talking my brother out of killing a young man he found in one of his marijuana patches. I guess it was touch and go there for awhile.

My brother loved the court mandated drug education treatment facilities. He told me they were great places to score drugs. It made sense when you think about it. Everyone attending such is an abuser.
Did your brother ever knock up any white wimmins? Oh wait - that's probably different ;)
 

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