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Re: “It's time to bring back slavery

You know what? Slavery will never happen again. Let's just get that out of the way. No president or presidential wanna be will even touch that subject. Why? Because said candidate will be considered a complete and udder joke. Not just here in the United States, but in the eyes of the World. Next, those words that are on the statue of liberty hahaha. France might as well come back and take it back. Do you think the American people would actually let that B.S happen, no way. For every 1 racist , there are hundreds who oppose it. You think there's protest now. Nah pal, those are just parades compared to what will happen then. There's going to basically be bloodbaths in the streets. Next, who do you think would actually enforce that? The military or the Police, that's a non issue. The military already said that they would go against Trump ,and besides you really think that the U.S. armed forces will let anyone fuck with their soldiers and sailors and pilots, ha military coup. The United States will become a joke in the eyes of the World. The human rights commission will beall over this one. So for those who are too lazy or fat to do their own shit and want a slave to do it, get a fucking life. Oh and as far as the whole welfare thing, you are really dumb. First of all the foodstamp program is the single biggest consumer of the American farmer, do you think the food stamp program would even still be here if it was mainly blacks using it? According to the United States Department of Agriculture (the agency who runs the program) 2014 stats are as follows, 40.2 percent are white , 25.7 percent black , 10.3 percent hispanic ,2.1 percent asian , 1.2 percent native american. Those are the facts jack. Get over that.

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Posted by 404040mtn on August 10, 2016 at 1:38 PM
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