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(Huffington Post)   Professor criticized for comparing Alabama to Nazi Germany, as opponents argue that it would diminish their use of Nazis as a metaphor for Obama   ( divider line
    More: Misc, Nazi Germany, Edward Noriega, obama, Alabama, Nazis, Alabama Legislature, Alabana, Pew Hispanic Center  
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2013-01-30 01:18:34 PM  
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WOW. Did anyone catch the two parts of the law that the courts struck down?

They wanted transporting and housing an illegal immigrant to be a crime.

Sounds strangely familiar...
2013-01-30 01:03:10 PM  
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Nobody is more like Hitler than Obama. Take away rights, he is racist, he wants to take away guns from everyone but him, he has his brown shirts, etc. etc.

Liberals are the new Nazi party, hands down. Look at any Israel thread here. Evidence.
2013-01-30 12:34:29 PM  
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Who can blame a professor to trying to jazz things up with modern references when everyone knows that all the Alabama immigration law are patterned after something much more ancient and venerable.
2013-01-30 11:10:42 AM  
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The same critics surprisingly silent when things like this get written criticizing Obama for too harshly criticizing the Nazis.
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