Rhetorical question:

How come people only “stand with people” or “support them” when they say or do something racist or homophobic, such as the Duck Dynasty guy, Paula Deen, George Zimmerman, etc., but remain oddly silent when it’s to honor or pay their respect to someone who is against racism or bigotry, such as say Nelson Mandela? Hmm… what could this mean?

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