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Chick-fil-A, Mayor Vincent Gray, and “Hate Speech”

Hausmaus Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 10:49 AM
Most African-American liberals, democrats, or progressives don't know a damn thing about Ernesto Che Guevara. I first met El Che when he came to my school in Santa Maria del Mar. It was back in the spring of 1960, and Fidel together with some of his closes barbudos had agreed to a breakfast at my school. I was eleven years old, and had no idea who El Che was. In the presence of our school superintendent El Che appeared out of the blue, and demanded to the super to "make sure no black faces at my table, you hear". El Che was not only uncomfortable around black people, but I found out what a racist, and vile he really was. Today he is worshipped by the same people he used to hate with a passion.
Mike2065 Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 12:59 PM
When said "Barbudos" didn't you mean Barbarics!

I always knew Che was a psycopath (like all terrorists) but never knew he was that bad.
Texas12 Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 12:29 PM
Hausmaus, thank you for your post. PecosPete.38 has a great suggestion for preseving this moment in history. You have documented one morei ncidence of Che's true character. I hope you and your family made it to the USA.
PecosPete.38 Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 11:39 AM
Very interesting, Hausmaus. Thank you for posting.
PecosPete.38 Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 11:39 AM
In fact, this memory is so interesting, I think you should write it up in essay form and submit it for publication.
gofer Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 6:24 PM

For expressing the opinion of the majority of voters in the 31 states where gay marriage was put to vote Chick-fil-A’s President Dan Cathy is accused of “hate speech” by D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray. Such is the mayor’s revulsion that he threatens to mimic Lester Maddox circa 1962 and stand at his city gates wielding an ax handle to bar restaurant Chik-fil-A’s entry into his municipal domain.

Washington D.C’s black mayor is a prominent patron of his hometown restaurant/bookstore Busboys and Poets, billed by its owner as “The Cultural Hub of the Black Community,” and known as “a haven for...