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Old 06-25-2014   #310
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Default Re: Should the Redskins change their name?

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Originally Posted by Double Barrel View Post
Because 90 percent of women either do not want it or do not care.
~ Anti-Suffrage Women Fought Against the Vote

Did you know that many women were against universal suffrage? Did that make universal suffrage wrong?

A majority on the wrong side of an issue doesn't make it right.

There is a really good point made in this article:
Hmm, an issue that was denying fundamental rights that ended up getting a constitutional amendment vs. a Pro Football franchise name.

You can keep searching for a valid comparison, but I doubt one will be easy to find. This whole thing is fairly unique. It's what makes this issue fun to watch...on both sides.
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D.B. - That sounds like a nugget of reality wrapped in a layer of embellished hyperbole.
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