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theangryblack:

This pledge is titled, “THE MARRIAGE VOW: A Declaration of Dependence Upon MARRIAGE and FAMiLY.” … To their partial credit, their pledge opens by acknowledging that one cannot claim to defend marriage without focusing on the high divorce rate, broken families, infidelity and other challenges (besides THE GAYS) “threatening” traditional marriage. … To their discredit, the first bullet point is:

Slavery had a disastrous impact on African-American families, yet sadly a child born into slavery in 1860 was more likely to be raised by his mother and father in a two-parent household than was an African-American baby born after the election of the USA’s first African-American President.

This is the point at which my brain started to bleed from the anger + incredulousness + assault by batshittery.

Why stop at two-parent households? Let’s celebrate the free housing, healthcare and meal plan offered to every black slave! You know what else slavery did for black people? Exercise! Oh it was just great! We even got to work outside. Speaking of work, today, African-American unemployment is over 16 percent. In Milwauke, Wisc., over one-third of black men are unemployed. But during slavery times, every black man had a job! See, things were better in the past, and now things are bad. Ah, the good old days…

Scope whole thing over at Baratunde Thurston’s blog.

HOW

HOW

HOW

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  6. paapaaayaaaa reblogged this from theangryblack and added:
    Ahh I just miss the good o’l slavery days! We should bring back those days after we “take America back”. I mean, why...
  7. slimjims27 said: Are you kidding me?! She forgets to mention that the children of black slaves were more likely to grow up in a two parent household because every aspect of their lives were controlled. What an idiot; do I have to cut someone?
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    o_O
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    WHAT THE FUCK?
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    My mom supports this woman, even after she read this. AND MY MOMS BLACK. ugh
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    W-w-what?
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    I wonder why people like her are allowed to walk the streets.
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    I’m sorry, but WHAT? I don’t even know where to begin.
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    This thing just gets better and better.