Susana Martinez blocked “New Mexico Can Do Better” from her Facebook page sometime before Aug. 30 for posting about driver’s licenses and pointing out the racism of many of her Facebook fans. The following sample of comments, and dozens more, have not been removed. Their authors have not been banned from her page. Many of the comments are months old. See the following comments and others that the governor finds acceptable for her official fan page at http://on.fb.me/IsThisThe72Percent
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