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Saturday, February 02, 2013

Why Isn't There a White History Month?
     (By Cyril Blubberpuss, Esq.)
     Last week as I stepped on a crippled, homeless veteran to avoid walking into a puddle on Wall Street, I was asking a junior stockbroker, "How come the blacks get their own history month? Why don't Caucasian-Americans have their own history month?" He looked at me as if I had Occupy Wall Street hippies crawling out of my cock hole but it's a fair enough question.
     It's literally impossible to overlook the contributions of Caucasian-Americans. After all, it's Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Bob Jones university alumni who went on to become the engineers, politicians and lobbyists that made America the Jack Dempsey of nations until a certain Muslim, Kenyan usurper cast his Svengali influence over 60,000,000 Americans.
     So, I've commandeered JP's Twitter account for the day and have highlighted significant contributions that white Americans have made over the last couple of centuries. And what better day to do this than Groundhog Day, the only day remaining when a white man can still wear a top hat without being ridiculed and compared to that fat little porker in Monopoly?












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2 Comments:
Blogger Grung_e_Gene said...
Race is such a BS 19th century construct. It's still around today because the Plutocracy still gains power by dividing the poor over these made up illusions.

No one should tell Victoria Jackson that several Roman Emperors were African. (e.g Septimius Severus).

Blogger Bartender Cabbie said...
lol. mentally balanced commentary. as usual.