Wednesday, June 24, 2015

About that name "Kentucky"

Is this a joke? Mitch McConnell to Kentucky Capitol: Lose the Jefferson Davis Statue

Why stop there? Are you racist or something? What about "Kentucky"? Or Georgia? Say, wasn't Mitch McConnell born in Alabama? Can we get rid of him?

Keep trying, Mitch. If you go far enough the New York Times will like you and vote for you.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was actually just in Kentucky's capital in May and did not notice the Jeff Davis statue. (Didn't Kentucky stay in the Union anyway?)

Though now that he and Bobby Lee have been Nazified, its hard to keep it. (The Confederates did kill way more Americans than ISIS and Al Qaline y'know)

10:17 AM, June 24, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They're not going far enough. The Democratic party was openly and proudly racist for most of its history, with close ties to the KKK. I think we'll have to get rid of that party before we can hold our head high.

10:21 AM, June 24, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But those democrats (their spiritual successors at least) eventually became republicans. Thank you Nixon for the realignment

11:11 AM, June 24, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's a common misperception (or lie). They almost all stayed Democrats. They were big government New Dealers who just happened to be vicious racists--no contradiction.

In fact, you could say that Democrats before the Civil Rights act of 1964 believed in judging people by the color of their skin, and after still continued believing in judging people by the color of their skin, so they didn't even change that much.

11:38 AM, June 24, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meanwhile the Democrats--the Democrats themselves, not "their spiritual successors"--moved into straight up fascism. Thank you, Adolf, for the New Think.

11:39 AM, June 24, 2015  
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3:22 AM, June 25, 2015  
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3:43 AM, June 25, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Talk of the Starts and Bars do bring out the strang'uns

10:48 AM, June 25, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is David Duke commenting?

11:09 AM, June 25, 2015  

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