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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2004
The NAACP isn't about civil rights anymore: NAACP President Kwesi Mfume was all over Fox News yesterday, appearing on both John Gibson's and Bill O'Reilly's shows, attempting to make the case for President Bush appearing before that organization's national convention.

And on the same day, NAACP chairman Julian Bond demonstrates why Bush shouldn't go. Probably the only place that Bush could go and get a chillier reception is this year's Baath Party convention.

You can disagree with someone's policies without accusing them (falsely) of racism and other assorted evils. Had the NAACP leadership chosen that path, I'm fairly confident Bush would've spoken to them.

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