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OK I'll say it, the church parking issue isn't about doing good works, or religion, its about race. And in a city where race still rules local politics (see the absurd notion that felons should be able bring cases against employers who don't hire them, or Courtland Milloy's ridiculous column on the rock throwing in SE), every measure to make a small number of churchgoers actually abide by the parking rules that everyone else must follow will always be considered "racist."

Welcome to DC. Race city.

by dcdriver on Dec 5, 2012 2:07 pm • linkreport

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