Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Conservafools, Just Say No To Making Slavery Comparisons

Rep. Michele Bachmann and her GOP conservative friends don't know much about history since they rewrite it so often, and they really need to just have a nice steaming cup of shut the hell up when it comes to trying to talk about slavery.

Bachmann now is looking stupider than Sarah Palin along with Rick Santorum for signing a Iowa conservafool group's 'The Marriage Vow' pledge with this in it:

Slavery had a disastrous impact on African-American families, yet sadly a child born into slavery in 1860 was more likely to be raised by his mother and father in a two-parent household than was an African-American baby born after the election of the USA’s first African-American President.

You know, you people are clearly delusional and clueless, and not fit to hold public office above dog catcher.

Yeah, we African-Americans are pining for the good old days when we got a free boat ride with luxurious accommodations from the African continent, had full employment, three crappy meals a day for 246 years, got paid nothing for our labor, were denigrated, abused, denied education, forced into marriages by massa, our women were raped in the slave quarters, and forced to bear and raise your children or breed them to replenish your plantation population.

And those so called 'stable slave families' were repeatedly broken up by selling mama, daddy and the children off in different directions to put money in your pockets so you could sit on the porch of your big plantation house and sip sweet tea all day.

Those slave marriages you quoted were not recognized by y'all either, just as you fail to recognize the marriages of transgender, gay and lesbian people today. 

But back to calling out the conservafools on their fracked up slavery reference.

After your vanilla ancestors lost The War To Perpetuate Slavery, the Black family during Reconstruction and afterward continued to be under assault by white sheet wearing terrorists, white mobs, and white conservative politicians for the next 150 years.   It's a miracle we African Americans have accomplished what we have in this country despite your repeated attempts via the bullet, the rope and the ballot to tear down what we painstakingly have worked generations to build.   

So how dare you conservapeople even part your lips to try to compare the African-American situation today in the 2K10's as 'worse than slavery' when you and your ancestors are complicit in creating many of the conditions that have exacerbated our problems that are rooted in America's Original Sin?

 I agree with Cornell Belcher, we need something similar to Godwin's Law in terms of slavery.   "If you use slavery to make cheap political points in an argument, you automatically lose.'  

So conservafools, just say no to making slavery comparisons.   By doing so you just keep making the case for us just how cluelessly ignorant and racist you really are and ensure you'll never beyond a few Oreo cookie chomping sellouts get our votes.

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