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Published On: Thu, Aug 30th, 2012

Mia Love’s Wikipedia page vandalized after RNC speech with racial slurs

The Wikipedia entry for GOP House candidateMia Love was edited to include racist, misogynistic slurs after her rousing convention speech Tuesday night, Twitchy reported.

Love, the mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah, happens to be a black female.

After the Wikipedia entry was defaced, it called Love a “total sell-out to the Right Wing Hate machine and the greedy bigots who control the GOP.”

Twitchy noted that the edits included disgusting slurs like “House N***er” and “dirty, worthless wh**e.”

Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit noted that the slurs have been removed from the page.

Love’s two-minute speech focused on the American Dream

“My parents immigrated to the U.S. [from Haiti] with $10 in their pocket, believing that the America they had heard about really did exist,” she said Tuesday. “When times got tough they didn’t look to Washington, they looked within … So the America I came to know was centered in personal responsibility and filled with the American dream.”

Here is her website, running for Congress: love4Utah

Mia Love vandalized wikipedia page

Transcript of Love’s speech by the Free Republic:

Praise, in support for Mitt Romney.

Let me tell you about the America I know.

My parents immigrated to this country with ten dollars in their pocket,
and the hope … that the America that they had heard about … really did exist.
When tough times came, they didn’t look to Washington, they looked within.

So the America I grew up knowing … was centered in self reliance,
and filled with the possibilities of living the American dream.

Mia Love photo/Facebook

The America I know is grounded in the determination found in patriots and pioneers,
in small businesses with big ideals.
It’s found in the farmers who work in the beauty of our landscape, and our heroic military.
It’s found in the Olympic Athletes
and every child who looks at the seemingly impossible and says, “I can do that.” 
That is the America I know!

President Obama’s version of America is a divided one —
often pitting us against each other bases on our income level, gender, and social status.
His policies have failed us!
We’re NOT better off than we were 4 years ago,
and NO rhetoric, bumper sticker, or Hollywood campaign ad can change that.

Mr. President,
I’m here to tell you the American People are awake
and we’re not buying what you’re selling in 2012.

The American Dream isn’t just my story.
It isn’t just your story.
It’s our story.
It’s a story … of human struggle, standing up and striving for more.
Our story has been told for over 200 years … with small steps and giant leaps;
from a woman on a bus … to a man with a dream;
from the bravery of the greatest generation, to the innovators and entrepreneurs of today.
This is our story.
This is our America.
This is the America we know … because WE BUILT IT.

[CROWD: USA, USA USA…]

Thank you.
Yes we did.
Thank you. With Paul Ryan,
With Mitt Romney as President,
and Paul Ryan as Vice President,
we can restore and revive that America,
that American Story we know and love.
The world will know it.
Our children will tell it and our grandchildren will possess it for years to come!

God bless America.

This is our time.
We are truly THE …BEST … LAST … HOPE … ON … EARTH !

Thank you.

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