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America was a great country before 1965…


“Ladies and gentlemen, America was a great country before 1965”

— Rick Santorum

Yeah, if you were white, America was off the hook…

…the white man’s Coke was colder

Did you know that German Nazi prisoners of war were treated with more respect than Japanese Americans during World War II?  Look it up…while you’re doing that look up “sundown towns”, too…

“nigger, don’t let the sun set on you in our town”

Well, damn, the motherfuckers even tried to segregate the sea!

“White people like going back in time, which is always a problem for me. I can only go back so far. Any farther and my black ass is in chains.”—Paul Mooney

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Somebody tell me that lie again about the GOP not being racist.

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What the actual fuck, Rick Santorum.

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4 thoughts on “America was a great country before 1965…”

  1. Qalil Little says:

    Paul Mooney hit it right on the head.

    I was watching a TV show that made me wonder at the privilege of white folk, able to travel throughout the country stopping at whichever small town to pee or get gas without worrying… me? I speed through like my ass is on fire!

  2. jsb16 says:

    FYI, the “segregate the sea” picture is not from the USA. It’s probably from South Africa, because the top is in Afrikaans.

  3. John P. says:

    Back in the good old days when our only worriers were total nuclear annihilation, racial riots putting us on the verge of a societal implosion, and women voting.

  4. Caramella says:

    The beach sign is definitely from South Africa. I visited Cape Town with my (coloured) mother, who was last there around 45 years ago. Swimming beaches were segregated – she still remembered where her family could and couldn’t go. It was also clear that the ‘white’ beaches were much nicer.

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