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Over the summer, as the House prepared to consider sweeping climate change legislation, several lawmakers received letters on seemingly official stationery from the NAACP and the American Association of University Women. The letters warned lawmakers that the organizations had serious doubts about the bill Democrats were bringing to the floor.
But the letters turned out to be fakes.
Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
reply to post by HunkaHunka
I read the article and didn't see the Republican party mentioned.
Only business concerns.
Did I miss something or are you drawing unfair conclusions?
Originally posted by sos37
He's drawing unfair, unfounded conclusions - as usual. Hunka, Grover and a few others on this site go to great lengths to bash the GOP - even when it requires stretching the truth and not backing their accusations up with facts.