I’ve always wondered about the logic, or lack thereof, in the idea of reparations.
The fucking moron that came with that concept should be buried to his neck and stoned until his dumb ass is dead. Hmm, that’s what they do to homos in Iran. Funny.
Here’s a great article by Michael Reagan about this issue, which really pisses me off when it is brought up.
I am a second generation American on my Dad’s side. In other words, my grandfather was born in England and immigrated to America.
I am a first generation American on my Mom’s side. In other words, she was born in Germany and immigrated to America.
The way I see it, I don’t owe anyone shit. I don’t care what the fuck happened to your ancestors, I had nothing to do with it, and it is in all likelihood, my ancestors didn’t have shit to do with it either.
So, when you assholes of color, or whiny ass liberals that are out for some fucked up cause, that feel I owe you something because your ancestors were mistreated; piss off. Obama can kiss my entire ass while he’s at it.
Here’s the article:
It’s Mea Culpa Week
By Michael Reagan
August 1, 2008
Like altar boys who used to strike their breasts and mutter “mea culpa” (“through my fault”) during the beginning of the Latin mass while confessing that they had sinned, Democrats are in full confessional mode, apologizing for every real or imagined sin against a particular group they believe their country once offended.
In the latest example of sheer looniness that has marked the current Democrat-controlled Congress, surely the worst if not the craziest Congress in all U.S. history, the House officially sought forgiveness from Native Americans and the victims of Jim Crow-ism.
They did that in our name, laying upon our shoulders the alleged sins of long-dead Americans and having us cringe at the feet of today’s casino-rich Native Americans, and our black brothers and sisters whose votes they lust after.
Just a minute here. Neither I nor any of my immediate ancestors ever lifted a finger against a single American Indian or black American. I have no apologies to make to people I have not offended. If offenses were committed they weren’t my fault, or for that matter yours or that of any living Americans.