Its leaders fought for the right to : to work them like animals and kill them at will.
Its leaders fought for the right to enforce the institution of slavery with state-sanctioned terror and murder.
Its leaders were known as “Confederates”.
To preserve and defend their monstrous institution, Confederates spent centuries constructing massive social, economic, religious and cultural fortifications around it.
Like hemophilia, Confederates passed that comprehensive social, economic, religious and cultural worldview down generation after generation.
Like syphilis, to this day Confederates continue to spread that social, economic, religious and cultural worldview everywhere they go.
About 40 years ago, the Confederates changed their name.
Now they are known as “Republicans”.
April 7, 2010
Just In Case
[Some might say it is because of the state of our educational system. Others might say it was a simple error. But I’m inclined to think of it as a mental defect.
How can they live in such a fact free environment? No wonder they want government assistance for everything. They couldn’t find their way to their food without help from someone.
I left the following comment on their post:
You got a couple things mixed up. The anti-slavery people were Republicans and the pro-slavery people (including the racist bigots with their Jim Crow laws up through the 1960s) were all Democrats.
Other than that minor error I think you are pretty close.