I don’t think it’s too much of a stretch to imagine that out of a hundred million white…
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I don’t have any issue with the author highlighting this deplorable reaction to the ad. He should speak out about it. I applaud him for it. I had never seen the ad, nor the Twitter storm following, so I’d had never heard of it otherwise.

My issue is that he started by identifying them a white supremacists, but the remainder of the article talks about white American Christians, as if the are one in the same.

If he had continued with white supremacists, I wouldn’t have had an issue, because that was the particular group involved in the story.

However, I’m a white Christian, and I’m not a white supremist, and I object to being characterized as one. As indeed anyone should who is the object of an undeserved generalization.

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