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You want gene pool destruction? You got it.

You want gene pool destruction? You got it.

Is that what you want?

I’ll give you gene pool destruction on such a vile, despicable, cowardly level that it will change the way you think forever:

Gene Pool Destruction

Now go home and pray for the survival of the species. Or not.

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heh-

Now, THAT was a gem.

Well done, Professor.

Wasserman-Schultz was slandering Allen in Palm Beach County, Florida, even before his election. She got the local NOW group all spun up to rally pro-Dem by calling him a misogynist based on what someone else wrote in a motorcycle magazine in which Allen had an unrelated column. Her unwarranted insults go way back. Bear in mind that Palm Beach and Broward are the big swinging chad retirement counties in the 2000 swing state. A crucial demographic is right here. The Obama-Wasserman carrying on about not delivering social security checks was targeted to discredit Allen West.

All we need is for one of them to cane the other and we’ll know the civil war is not far away.

The Caning of Senator Charles Sumner

“One of the most violent episodes in congressional history took place in this chamber on May 22, 1856. The Senate was not in session when South Carolina Representative Preston S. Brooks entered the chamber to avenge the insults that Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner had levelled at Brooks’ cousin, Senator Andrew P. Butler. Sumner’s “Crime Against Kansas” speech of May 19-20 was sharply critical, on a personal level, of Butler and several other senators who had supported the “popular sovereignty” provisions of the 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act. Sumner was addressing copies of the speech at his desk when Brooks began his attack, striking the northern senator repeatedly with a walking cane, which splintered with the force of the blows.

Although two House members intervened to end the assault, Sumner, who had ripped his desk loose from the bolts holding it to the floor in his effort to escape, was rendered unconscious. He regained consciousness shortly after the attack, but it would be three years before he felt able to resume his senatorial duties.

The caning of Senator Sumner signalled the end of an era of compromise and sectional accommodation in the Senate, further heightening the discord that culminated in war after eleven southern states seceded from the Union during the winter of 1860-1861.”

The Caning of Sumner

The Caning of Sumner

    janitor in reply to Viator. | July 20, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    Viator, thanks for the interesting tidbit! Your comment might implicitly do disservice to West, though, by equating a gentlemen (and history scholar and soldier) with a political hack who has been slandering him for a year or more.

Col. West is an officer and a gentleman.

Preston Smith Brooks was an officer, attorney, SC state legislator and two term US Congressman. People sent him 100s of canes from all over the south.

Charles Sumner was a lawyer, abolitionist, four term US Senator from Massachusetts and Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relation Committee. His pallbearers included Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and John Greenleaf Whittier.

The new Alan Grayson. Or did he have a sex change operation?
Bottom line? She brought a knife to a gun fight.

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