Well folks after returning back from my trip back South, I am beginning to hear more and more talk about slavery and proposals for some new voting laws coming from those white folks on the rights. It appears that those folks are longing for the good ole days when they could sit on their asses, drink mint julips, and fan flies all day while they once again profiting off those of a darker hue's free labor.
I do believe that Michelle Bachmann fantasy is to have a few slaves of her own, since she seems to think that there is nothing wrong with owning other human beings or exploiting them for free labor. In fact, she seems to be recommending it as good for us black folks. I'd like to recommend a straight-jacket for her because she is not playing with a full deck. In addition, someone needs to tell her that Gone With the Wind was a movie and she is far from being Scarlet O'Hara. In fact, she reminds me more of Chucky's Bride, well...she does look like that little doll with those glazed eyes of hers.
Could that be why she and her husband get handouts from the government to subsidize their farm? Must be for all those slaves Bachmann has been daydreaming about having if she gets to be President of Racist America. She is one crazy woman that I bet can't wait to get her hands on one of our Mandingo brothas. After seeing a picture of her husband and observing her mannerism, I think I know why.
Bill Flax, a columnist for Forbes must be having a few back in the day fantasies himself. It seems that ole Billy Boy has come up with a creative way to bring back Jim Crow. And even some whites folks see through his proposal and think that he should be added to the scumbag of the year list:
- A basic literacy assessment;
- A non-partisan test ensuring competency of basic constitutional principles;
- A stake in the community reflected by property, employment or other measures;
- Restrict the franchise to lessen conflicts of interest regarding state employees, lobbyists, contractors, etc.;
- Surrender one’s voting privileges when seeking public assistance ~~Todd Gregory, Media Matters~~