Friday, July 23, 2010

American History Through the Ages

"The only good Injun is a dead one'

"The only good darkie is a dead one"

"The only good Chink is a dead one"

"The only good Confederate Rebel is a dead one"

"The only good Filipino is a dead one"

"The only good Hun is a dead one"

"The only good Coon is a dead one"

"The only good Kraut is a dead one"

"The only good Nigger is a dead one"

"The only good Gook is a dead one"

"The only good hippie is a dead one"

"The only good Central American peasant is a dead one"

"The only good Iraqi dune coon is a dead one"

"The only good Afghan raghead is a dead one"

And the only good American is one that keeps his or her mind closed; their eyes averted and their mouths shut"


  1. round heer the only good yankee is a dead one!

  2. Off topic apologize but it is hard to talk about the gulf and be off topic when you live in Florida.

    Boats in the gulf can't find any oil to clean up! Hey dude where is my oil? No oil lots of corexit. Easy to see why psychopaths don't want to discuss asphalt volcano, red tar, not oil.

    It is looking like the oil wasn't that big a problem to begin with but the corexit certainly is, poisoned air, poisoned sea food. Unbelievable.

    Here is Eastman's take.


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