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The Gun Rights of the Inbred, Snaggle-Toothed Alabamans

Wherewithall Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 2:53 PM
Slavery in biblical times was considered a way to work your way out of poverty and gain independence for you and your family. Many cultures want it. There are two types of slavery. You can be owned by someone who is God fearing or someone who is abusive and treats the slaves as subhuman. The latter although rarely reported is going on in Saudi Arabia. 20% of Saudi Arabia's population are immigrant slaves. Abuse is rampant. They are forced to become Muslim for better treatment by their owners. Their passport is taken from them so they cannot leave and are completely dependent on their owners. This type of treatment is subhuman abuse. So there is two types of slavery and it is not based on skin color. There were Irish slaves at one time...
Steve of CA Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 6:55 PM
We had indentured servants in America, mostly white people who could work their way out of this condition, usually a set period of years; and slaves, all, or almost all from Africa, whose status was permanent in most cases, and who were treated as sub-human.
Bob319 Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 8:57 PM
ah.... the indentured servants -- about half the population prior to 1740- were indentured servants. Also the term was typically 7 years - an amazing large number were accused of some minor offense at about 6.9 years and their term was extended another 7 years. Some made it and made it in the new country - most didn't and died young. Lots of bad stuff in the past, slavery was just one of the bad things. This black slavery thing is bad because we lose perspective of what life was like and there were many that had it much worst than the slaves. Get a life - it is behind us.

If you want to carry a gun in Alabama, you’re probably kin to a slave-holding, murdering, adulterous, baby-raping, incestuous, snaggle-toothed, backward-a**ed, inbreed, imported criminal-minded grandma or grandpa.

At least that’s the word from education expert, the Dishonorable Representative Joe Mitchell (D) Dumb A**. 

And no, the “A” is not short for Alabama. 

Yes, racism is still alive in the stormy south. Well at the very least it’s still alive in Alabama’s 103th state house district in Mobile. That’s where Rep. Joe Mitchell, Ph.D. comes from.

Mitchell is African-American. He’s also an “expert” in education. According to...