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    Lincoln Ended Slavery, Bush Wants to Legalize It!

    John W. Lillpop



    Abraham Lincoln is memorialized in United States history as our
    "Civil War" president for presiding over the war that pitted
    American brother versus American brother in the 1860s.

    Although Lincoln's civil war was fought to end slavery, George W. Bush
    is risking a new American civil war in order to legalize slave labor by granting amnesty to twenty million illegal aliens.

    Quite logically, most Americans are opposed to the Bush amnesty-enslavement plan, and simply want the president to do his constitutional duty:

    Namely, secure America against foreign invasion, including illegal aliens from Mexico.

    Forget about filling the pockets of your big business cronies, Mr. President!

    America needs your urgent attention to homeland security and preservation of American economic, social, and cultural values, all of which are under attack by invading illegal aliens.

    President Bush, please heed the new rallying of the American people: Do not make legalized slaves out of illegal aliens; rather, deport them and stop more from coming!

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    LOL!!!

    Are you guys for real? SLAVERY? Good lord! Does the hyperbole on this site know no end?

    BTW - Lincoln did not end slavery. His Emancipation Proclamation applied only to those states that chose to secede from the Union and specifically DID NOT affect slaveholding areas that remained with the Union. What's more, that war had far more to do with tariffs and the loss of tax revenue (of which the sparsely populated South provided over 80% for most of the period between the Tafiffs of Abomination to the secession). Lincoln couldn't get his buddies' transcontinental railroad built without pillaging the South. When the South objected and seceded, he took what he wanted by force, and he did so unconstitutionally because he did not obtain a Declaration of War from Congress before proceeding.

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    Some one that knows what hes talking about!

    Quote Originally Posted by CrocketsGhost
    LOL!!!

    Are you guys for real? SLAVERY? Good lord! Does the hyperbole on this site know no end?

    BTW - Lincoln did not end slavery. His Emancipation Proclamation applied only to those states that chose to secede from the Union and specifically DID NOT affect slaveholding areas that remained with the Union. What's more, that war had far more to do with tariffs and the loss of tax revenue (of which the sparsely populated South provided over 80% for most of the period between the Tafiffs of Abomination to the secession). Lincoln couldn't get his buddies' transcontinental railroad built without pillaging the South. When the South objected and seceded, he took what he wanted by force, and he did so unconstitutionally because he did not obtain a Declaration of War from Congress before proceeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR3Z
    Some one that knows what hes talking about!
    So you DR3z don't see the administration's policies as leading to the creation of a permanent underclass?
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    I think what he is saying is that the Civil War was in fact not about slavery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlm1968
    I think what he is saying is that the Civil War was in fact not about slavery.
    It did have something to do with slavery. Albiet it was not the sole reason.
    "If you always do what You've always done, You'll always get what you always got!"

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    Ok, let's not call it Slavery--let's use another term. How
    about the term used in the below article--Transient Servitude.



    http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/vogel150107.html

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    Since when do slaves make 40 grand a year? Taxfree? Slavery? Maybe they meant slavery of the middle class, for supporting these freeloaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalcracker
    Ok, let's not call it Slavery--let's use another term. How
    about the term used in the below article--Transient Servitude.



    http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/vogel150107.html
    Servitude is far more than transient, and it has been since FDR created an entrapment scheme to convert citizens into bankable assets of the federal government as federal franchises. The indentured servitude is not slavery, however, as it is both voluntary and avoidable. Furthermore, it was not Bush but Liberal hero FDR who created it. It's just been a progressively greater and more all-encompassing problem in the decades since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neese
    Since when do slaves make 40 grand a year? Taxfree? Slavery? Maybe they meant slavery of the middle class, for supporting these freeloaders.
    I agree with you there. The freeloaders are far from slavery. Illegal get all the benefits and the taxpayer gets nothing. They will be given our country soon.

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