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The 1 Big Mistake this Politician Made

Remember the good ol’ days when politicians didn’t use social media and they’d reserve their racists comments for press conferences or government meetings? Those days are long gone.

Well, John Bradford, Republican legislator from Kansas, didn’t actually say anything, he shared this meme, which shows a man in a sombrero, a deformed President and celebrates the ending of Obama’s presidency. Of course, incredibly offensive to both Mexicans and President Obama.

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What’s worse is that he didn’t think anything of it and only deleted it two days later, after receiving criticism from his Democrat colleagues: “Kansans should not have to tolerate this type of bigoted mentality from anyone, especially an elected official,” said Melody McCray-Miller, Kansas Democratic Party’s vice chairwoman.

To that, Bradford said: “I did not create the image, but I did share it, which was in bad taste. I regret that decision.”

Listen, we all make mistakes with social media, but the old adage still applies, “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all share.”

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Mexico City Ranks #1 in the World, Find Out Why

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Mexico City Ranks #1 in the World, Find Out Why

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The New York Times has selected its 52 places to visit in 2016 and, at the very top, at No. 1 is Mexico City!

Their selection is not random, but actually quite selective. Mexico City topped the list because of its evolving restaurants, shopping centers, and museums — DUH! The metropolis is a cultural experience with touches of indigenous and European architecture and style and there’s no place like it. Although there are dangerous corners in the city, as a whole, it’s a lot safer than it was in the 90s.

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Other Latin American spots that made the list are Isla Holbox, Mexico at No. 32, Todos Santos, Mexico at 23, Garzón, Uruguay at 21 and Road of the Seven Lakes, Argentina at 15.

So we hope traveling is one of your new year’s resolutions!

Read about what else to add to your bucket list from The New York Times here.

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