One Lump of Stupid or Two, Louisiana?

Sweet, sweet relief

It’s too early for this much stupid:

(Hat tip: Scissorhead D-Cap)

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8 Responses to One Lump of Stupid or Two, Louisiana?

  1. It’s too bad, she should have gotten him on the record by asking “Representative Garofolo, I am a little confised, can you provide me with an example of the “good” of slavery?”

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    • Circling back to this because Mrs BDR just sent me the creme de lacreme of the marachino cherry on the very top of this shit sundae:

      During the same hearing, Rep. Gary Carter Jr., a Democrat, asked Garofolo point-blank if Louisiana “ever was” systematically racist or sexist. “From my perspective, I’m not a history teacher, so you can’t ask me a history question that I may not have that fact to,” Garofolo said.

      Mrs BDR: “And, y’know, his excuse for not answering the question was that he’s not a history teacher. Well then maybe he oughtn’t be making laws governing history?”


  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Can we just shackle and whip these assholes for a week so they can see a downside?

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  3. Art says:

    Sure, why not, it makes teaching history a lot easier. Just push in the “Song of the South” DVD in and retire to the teacher’s lounge for a smoke and coffee with some Irish.

    Because old black men singing happy songs with animated birds is pretty much all there is to the south. We be all happy and shit lovin’ on each other down here. And, contrary to what them carpetbaggers say, it has always been that way.

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    After pointing out that there is no good to slavery it would have been cool if she had mentioned the possibility of teachers discussing the GOOD, the bad and the ugly of socialism or (gasp) communism.

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  5. GranDude says:

    Slavery, the good old days when the government didn’t have to subsidize underpaid workers.

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