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No, Chris Rock, He Ain’t My Daddy, or Yours

JDs Handsome-Son Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 6:28 PM
It's a tragedy America had to fight a destructive civil war to free people who really just want to be slaves. For a meager existence, some entertainment and basic subsistence, they will enslave themselves much better than the South tried to do with whips and chains. If only the South has an Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and some celebrities to reinforce the message self reliance ain't cool it could have escaped the carnage and kept their slaves while seeming to be progressive.
Tired in Texas Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 12:58 PM
The sad thing is that those slaves wanted to be free, to live where they wanted, work and prosper, and get an education. Today, free people want to be enslaved by the government. Give me "free" housing, food stamps, an Obamaphone, and you can tell me where to live and what to buy. Give me more money for each child I bear and I'll keep having fatherless children until my plumbing wears out. Then I'll teach the girls how to get trapped in the same system and I'll show the boys (by example) how to become baby daddies.
Pistol Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 7:16 PM

Happened to see a picture of Mahatma Mohandas Ghandi this morning, and it brought to mind the Indian internal violence that resulted in the partitioning of India into India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. I wonder if something similar might be in store for us. Goodness knows, the polarization is coalescing exponentially. Population shifts are de facto partitioning the country right now, as the worker bees migrate to states where they can keep a bigger part of what they earn, and the drones migrate to the states with the biggest longest welfare payments. Our course is not sustainable. And when I tried to cheer myself up with the purchase of a couple hundred rounds of .22, there was none to be found. Don't tell me ammo won't be...
Pistol Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 7:17 PM
the next currency. Or maybe it will be cigarettes and Hershey bars like 1946 Germany.

Biblical scholar Chris Rock breathed the spirit of a Pauline epistle last week, as he urged children to meekly submit to their parents: “The president and the first lady are kinda like the Mom and Dad of the country,” Rock said. “And when your Dad says something, you listen. And when you don’t, it will usually bite you in the ass later on.”

Wait…he wasn’t urging submission to mom and dad, but to Caesar as if he were mom and dad.

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