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The bigot is like the pupil of the eye; the more light you put upon it, the more it will contract.
Stop being a political bigot and putting words in our mouths.
The sincerity of either man can only be doubted by the bigot and the fool.
It's not a big shame to be a bigot these days.
Many of his political opponents consider him a racist bigot.
Anyone can be a bigot, in any context.
Obviously this writer is just another arrogant bigot full of himself.
Perhaps it's worth making it clear that they'll relax the law for her because she has the right to be a bigot.
To be a bigot means that you hold negative views of a group despite evidence.

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