Discussion in 'Political Satire' started by bendog, May 23, 2013.
I thought that was the pyramids ?
I wonder if her husband knew she was going to make that stupid move.
He probably had to see it on television....
No answer, AA?
Bullshit. There's a difference between "never forgetting" and "dwelling and obsessing". Cheering someone for acting like the antebellum era was last week is insane.
Two words for you, hon: gardening gloves.
And okra is delicious . . . unless it's pickled. That's just weird.
You're right, sweetie. Europeans never got into black slavery in a big way; they just enslaved each other, and then took to building empires in other countries that oppressed the natives.
Contrary to the beliefs of self-martyring blacks, they are NOT the only people to have ever been enslaved anywhere in the history of humanity. Move the fuck on.
If the First Sow is a private citizen, then why are we, the taxpayers, funding an entire office area and staff for her in the White House?
Shouldn't be surprised that a racist like you is an idiot about everything else, as well.
The Black Slave Owners - SlaveRebellion.org
In 1654 Anthony Johnson went to court and sued his white neighbor for keeping his black servant John Casor. Casor claimed that Johnson had kept him his serv [an] t seven years longer than hee should or ought. Johnson who the courts described as an old Negro, claimed that he was entitled to ye Negro [Casor] for his life. Johnson realized that if he continued and persisted in his suit, Casor could win damages against him. So, Johnson brought suit against his white neighbor Robert Parker, whom Johnson charged had detained Casor under pretense [that] the s[ai]d John Casor is a freeman. The courts now ruled in his favor and John Casor was returned to him and Parker had to pay the court costs.
This case establishes perpetual servitude in North America, and it is ironic that the case was brought to the court by an African who had arrived from Angola in 1621. Slavery was established in 1654 when Anthony Johnson, Northampton County, convinced the court that he was entitled to the lifetime service of John Casor; this was the first judicial approval of life servitude, except as punishment for a crime.
She'll never be your sex slave, Cesspool, as much as you'd enjoy it.
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