tma_sierrahills Wrote:
Apr 19, 2012 10:01 AM
Also included in the artifacts, which can be found about halfway through the museum's tour led by a cyborg Al Sharpton, is the "Racist Devil Wall," displaying lists of notable racists, ranging from anyone involved in the old television show "Amos and Andy," to everyone thought to have voted against President Obama in 2008. A few important exhibits, like a stuffed likeness of Thomas Jefferson and Dolly Madison, are on loan from the SPLC's American Hate-Group Museum, a multi-storied complex that covers an area equal to 17 football fields, but is undergoing a needed expansion. The expansion has been delayed, however, because, according to the SPLC's spokesperson, "The first five contractors hired for the job turned out to be listed in our...