Las Vegas Sun: Anger, Fear and Racism Follow Palin Rally

Las Vegas Sun (10/26/08)

Anger, Fear and Racism Follow Palin Rally

Oct 22, 2008 (6:54 p.m.).  A group of 10-20 Obama backers gathered in front of Henderson Pavilion’s gates during Gov. Sarah Palin’s speech. As McCain/Palin supporters exited the rally, many became enraged at the sight of the protest. Photo by Leila Navidi.

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  1. Pretty scary. Lets be realistic here, the USA is a strong enough and mature enough democracy to not be brought down by any single man, even Bush could not do it. Whoever wins will have massive challenges and we need to at some point realize that we are all Americans and need to come together.
    Obama in my opinion will do a better job that McCain

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