That’s a little bit like saying you don’t see color when a white politician attacks a black one, is…
Jeremy Fassler

If the attacks are not centered around her/his race or gender, then why mention them. Otherwise, I could be called sexist or racist just for criticize anyone just because of the person gender or race. His ad was just a normal attack ad, if you think different, please show me what part of his attack ad is mean or sexist.

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