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    Liberal Hatefest for Shirley Temple

     

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    Kyle Becker at the Independent Journal Review

     

    Child star Shirley Temple, all grown up at the age of 85 as Shirley Temple Black, passed away late at night on February 10th and the left-wing got wind of the fact that she was *gasp* – a Republican.

     

    These tweets are truly indicative of the depth of rage leftists have for those whom they consider their political enemies. Feel free to shake your head at some of these real doozies:

     

    http://www.ijreview.com/2014/02/114718-rage-explosion-left-hosts-twitter-hatefest-deceased-republican-fck-shirley-temple/

     

    If you took the time to click on the link and read some of the Tweets there can be no doubt in your mind to the hatred we see all too often coming from the liberals.

     

    I'd REALLY like to know why these same haters keep preaching Tolerance, Diversity, and Inclusion?

     

    Are they tolerant? Do they accept true diversity??

     

    These people are absolutely the most pathetic hypocrites on the planet.

     

    Tolerance obviously is NOT what it means.

     

    To them tolerance stops when someone does NOT fit in with their views.

     

    The most HATE FILLED people I know and we see many of them right here on iReports.

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