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Where is the biases in the Hamilton entry? The factual information "removed" from the Hamilton article is still there. I simply moved it. Please compare the article to the previous version. You will will see that you now have a better article, that give more information about Hamilton. In the prior version, his stint as Secratry of the Treasury was summed up in one sentence. As for using the "N-word," that was in the context of demostrating how offensive the "F-word" was when applied to gay people. --[[User:1048247|1048247]] 09:56, 3 May 2007 (EDT)
 
Where is the biases in the Hamilton entry? The factual information "removed" from the Hamilton article is still there. I simply moved it. Please compare the article to the previous version. You will will see that you now have a better article, that give more information about Hamilton. In the prior version, his stint as Secratry of the Treasury was summed up in one sentence. As for using the "N-word," that was in the context of demostrating how offensive the "F-word" was when applied to gay people. --[[User:1048247|1048247]] 09:56, 3 May 2007 (EDT)
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: You accused good editors here of enjoying use of the "n"-word.  We're not going to have liberals falsely accuse people of being racist here.  I suggest you go and remove that scurrilous allegation of yours.  In Hamilton, you claimed that taxes were beneficial to the United States.  That's liberal opinion.--[[User:Aschlafly|Aschlafly]] 09:59, 3 May 2007 (EDT)

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This is a warning of likely blocking of your account. Your edits are removing factual information, injecting biased remareks (e.g., in Hamilton entry), and accusing editors here of being racist (e.g., "n" word).--Aschlafly 09:44, 3 May 2007 (EDT)

Where is the biases in the Hamilton entry? The factual information "removed" from the Hamilton article is still there. I simply moved it. Please compare the article to the previous version. You will will see that you now have a better article, that give more information about Hamilton. In the prior version, his stint as Secratry of the Treasury was summed up in one sentence. As for using the "N-word," that was in the context of demostrating how offensive the "F-word" was when applied to gay people. --1048247 09:56, 3 May 2007 (EDT)

You accused good editors here of enjoying use of the "n"-word. We're not going to have liberals falsely accuse people of being racist here. I suggest you go and remove that scurrilous allegation of yours. In Hamilton, you claimed that taxes were beneficial to the United States. That's liberal opinion.--Aschlafly 09:59, 3 May 2007 (EDT)