Charles distorts Jim DeMint’s take on the Abolition Movement

Dishonesty is the only consistent trait that Charles Johnson displays. He accuses Jim DeMint of distorting the history of how slaves were freed.

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Jim DeMint was talking about the origins of the Abolitionist movement. It was a grassroots effort of American citizens opposed to slavery. The movement did start with the US Government and in fact, they opposed many of the attempts to free the slaves. Charles thought he had a gotcha against Jim DeMint, but once again he exposes himself as a dishonest hack.

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101 Comments on “Charles distorts Jim DeMint’s take on the Abolition Movement”

  1. JimboXL says:

    I read the title quickly and thought he was raging against the distortion of the abortion movement, lol.

    For being “progressive” they sure do rage a lot about things that happened centuries ago. Just mention the word “crusades” and watch them fly into a frenzy with more passion than any other modern topic, except abortion.

  2. Bunk X says:

    Chuck being Chuck – misinterpreting and distorting both what DeMint said during an interview and American History. #Rumpswab

  3. Octopus says:

    Fatass embarrasses himself again, through his lack of reading comprehension and overall dumbth. Good one, loser! 😆

  4. Because says:

    “It was a grassroots effort of American citizens opposed to slavery.”

    And inconveniently, it was religiously inspired. No Christianity, no Abolition.

  5. Octopus says:

    I’m so tired of the Left whining about slavery, trying to beat up on modern-day Americans’ consciences about something they had ZERO to do with, I think I’m going to buy a bullwhip and learn how to use it. 😈

  6. Octopus says:

    Even worse than Snowden? Wow, that’s something.

  7. swamprat says:

    Democrat Revisionist History:
    Republican President Lincoln didn’t free the slaves from Southern Democrats.

    More Democrat Revisionist History:
    The Reverend Dr.Martin Luther King was not a Preacher, a Republican and a Doctor of Divinity.

    Also:
    The Second Amendment was a mistake
    And
    The words “by their creator” was an inside atheist joke by our Atheist Founding Fathers.

    • Bunk X says:

      Clarification–

      Once The Confederacy surrendered and was reabsorbed into The Union, the 14th Amendment freed the slaves. The Emancipation Proclamation applied only to Union-controlled States and territories.

      The major reason that slave holders fought against the Union was economic. Most of the South lived in abject poverty as farmers, and few could even afford slaves, let alone a mule. There was a shortage of manpower to harvest tobacco and cotton, the main produce of southern plantations. (Oh, and the majority of those plantations didn’t look like Tara. The plantation owners had to go outside to crap, too.)

      Had “Big Government” merely recompensated slave owners for their *ahem* purchases, there’d have been little argument, secession would have become a moot point, and the cost of the War, in both dollars and lives, would have been significantly less.

      • swamprat says:

        Purchase tax, often bought and paid for in the north, was $158.00. That was a bunch of cash in those days. A dollar a day was considered high pay in rural America during the depression. Farmers could not compete with the WPA. I don’t know what 158 smackers was worth in the late 1800’s.

      • swamprat says:

        Once freed, there was no support and the north had done good job of decimating industry. Both sides took out their lack on each other and the kkk flourished as bateria in stagnate water.
        This is a case where government might have helped but they just let mayhem reign.

      • Bunk X says:

        http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl?cost1=1.00&year1=1913&year2=2013

        CPI inflation calculator says $1 in 1913 = $23.53 100 years later.
        Interpolating that number for 1863 makes it about $1 = $35.30.
        That means that $158 in 1863 equals approximately $5,600 today. In the late 1800s one could buy a decent 2-story farm house for $1,000.

      • swamprat says:

        And that was just the tax. Bad enough being property, how humiliating would it be to hear your asshole owner crowing about his rebate when he freed you?

      • Bunk X says:

        There is also the myth that, aside from the evil institution of slavery itself, US slave owners mistreated their slaves. Slaves were valuable for the 10% who could afford them, and mistreatment was rare. Once slavery was abolished, the majority returned to work for their previous owners, albeit they had few other economic choices at the time.

        Oh, and if you want to see liberals eyes bug out, tell them that Native American Indians owned slaves before the white man showed up. Then tell them that black farmers in the U.S. owned slaves, too. Then explain that slavery has nothing to do with race, because it’s all about indentured servitude and has been for millennia.

  8. swamprat says:

    Pro-tip:
    Rachael Maddow’s MSNBC webpage is not a credible news source.

  9. Octopus says:

    swamprat :
    Pro-tip:
    Rachael Maddow’s MSNBC webpage is not a credible news source.

    Its credibility would instantly double if Madcow would only don the tools of the trade, i.e., a short skirt and a good pushup-bra. Like the Fox Sluts. You can keep the glasses, though. That’s hot now. 😉

  10. swamprat says:

    Want to free slaves?

    Contact fcastro@nauta.cu

  11. swamprat says:

    Bunk X :
    Yes. Let’s talk about modern day slavery instead of slavery that was abolished in this country 149 years ago.

    No. Let us talk about Democrats who pushed to enslave Black Americans, then to enslave them economically via government dole and who now have rewritten history as to their original purpose and are weakening our economy such that we will no longer be able to sustain our own industry.
    The whole thing will equal out eventually, but in the meantime we are being forced to rediscover that there is no such thing as a free lunch.
    While several other countries are being paid to eat ours.

  12. Bunk X says:

  13. Octopus says:

    Gus is losing it, even by his own standards, which include living in the garage and eating out of dumpsters. You are so right, son. Get out of that garage, and get a job. Swear off the internet and twitter, along with the cheap vodka. Summer’s coming, and there will be lawns to mow, fences to paint, dogs to walk. Get involved in a community outreach program, as one of the “reached.” You can do it!

  14. Bunk X says:

    1 Backwoods_Sleuth Apr 9, 2014 3:40:52pm
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    report
    Thanks, Charles.
    Really…thanks!

    2 Bubblehead II Apr 9, 2014 3:41:19pm
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    report
    Already started. Phone company, power company, internet provider, bank. You get the picture. What a pain in the ass.

    And thanks Charles for doing you’re best to keep us secure.

    penis penis penis lol

    • Octopus says:

      Those are Chunky-socks, thanking Chunky for keeping Chunky’s preciousss safe. Gawd, it’s so sad!

      • Pakimon says:

        Sad?

        Parent’s basements have never been so snug, safe and secure as long as He of The Magical Jazzy Ponytail keeps vigil. 😆

  15. DudeBro says:

    What’s hilarious is that a lazy stupid fat fuck doesn’t realize is that the LAW that actually implements the IDEAS and SENTIMENTS expressed in the Declaration of Independence comes from, wait for it, The US CONSTITUTION.

    • d says:

      As usual, the real comedy is when you compare Chunky’s accomplishments to the person he claims to be oh so superior to. Jim Demint has been successful in life and in business, served as a Congressman and Senator. He has championed conservative causes, created a PAC and resigned from the Senate to head the Heritage Organization. Oh and he’s written 4 books. Like most public conservatives Chunky tries to trash, they not only far exceed his own comically paltry accomplishments but also far outstrip the moonbat left’s Commie in Chief, Obungle

      To contrast Chunky, after a long career providing unstable guitar grooves that annoy black musicians, pretended sanity for a few years resulting in Dan Rather and Mary Mapes shitcanning. Then pooped out moonbat LGF circa 2009 and banned most of the commenters. Today he whiles away his time on Twitter feverishly trying to be relevant but mostly being ignored, forgotten or laughed at.

  16. Octopus says:

    Sideways, by any chance?

  17. Octopus says:

    Ironically, the real Joni Mitchell has gone quite insane in her old age. She has that madness, where you see tiny fibers coming out of your skin, and so you start picking at them, until you’re all bloody. Sad moonbat!

  18. Juan Epstein says:

    It’s amazing when low profile bloggers don’t realize that the Supreme Court is part of the federal government.

  19. Pakimon says:

    I bet it’s also time for everyone to cough up another $80.00 $79.95 along with their new passwords.

    Buying replacement hamsters for the server Battling the “Heartbleed monster” ain’t cheap. 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Well that whole password redo should have taken what – maybe a minute? For EVERYONE.

    • iSpeakJive says:

      Why would anybody need to change their password on that site? What info is he keeping that a hacker could exploit?

  20. Pakimon says:

    Pakimog here to show cautionary tale to those people with daughters in college!

    It Spring Break time and you know what that means…

    Parents, gird yourselves and stay proud no matter what! 😀

  21. Pakimon says:

    Pakimog say if you’re going to be involved with police, it better to do in constructive manner!

  22. Pakimon says:

    And Chunky always wondered why the chinese spambots were drawn to The Bog like moths to bright light.

    Having slipshod coding with gaps in security the size of the Grand Canyon that compromised every sycophant’s computer passwords would do the trick.

    Not detecting these security gaps for over two years certainly helped.

    Maybe if The Chunkster had spent less time bleating on Twitter and obsessing over Glenn Greenwald…

    As far as the NSA goes, The Bog is too lame and low rent for them to bother.

    Alright sycophants, be sure to thank your lord and master! And not in a lame fashion like “Backwoods_Sleuth” and “Bubblehead II”, ponytail protocol demands you do it in a slobbering, fellating manner like “jamjam”. 😆

  23. Stonemason says:

    Hey Charles:
    “We find unity in our incredible diversity, drawing on the promise enshrined in our Constitution: the notion that we are all created equal…”

    Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/watercooler/2010/jan/29/video-did-obama-confuse-us-constitution-declaratio/#ixzz2yTyVURWv
    Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter

    • Pakimon says:

      Hey Gus! You want to see another funny line?

      Building little houses with Legos doesn’t make you an architect.

    • Pakimon says:

      Sorry Stonemason, hit the reply button by mistake.

      Need more coffee.

    • Pakimon says:

      As far as Obama’s confusion goes, I wonder if his statement applies to all 57 states. 😆

  24. Arachne says:

    swamprat :

    Once freed, there was no support and the north had done good job of decimating industry. Both sides took out their lack on each other and the kkk flourished as bateria in stagnate water.
    This is a case where government might have helped but they just let mayhem reign.

    Perhaps Fatass would like to comment on FDR’s selection of a former KKK lawyer, incredibly bigoted against Blacks and Catholics, as his first Supreme Court appointment.

  25. Octopus says:

    FDR, like Chunky, was not a big fan of the Jooos.

  26. Arachne says:

    BTW, I somehow don’t remember Jazzy McGreasytail calling out alllll those Democrats that misquoted the “all men are created equal” as being part of the Constitution.

    Meanwhile – Chuck! Check it out! Are those Nazi symbols on a TEA Party Flag??

  27. Because but terminal velocity is hard says:

  28. icekoldebassman says:

    Here’s an interesting take on DeMint’s comments. All that being said, it is not beneath Chunkles to turn this into ,ore than it is.

    • Because says:

      And he proceeds to get the ‘3/5’ thing completely ass-backward. 3/5 was put there by the anti-slavery forces to prevent the slave owners from getting 1 vote per slave owned. The slaves never voted themselves, the owner got extra votes in proportion to the number of slaves. The owners wanted 1 vote per slave. For themselves.

  29. Because Uh-oh says:

  30. Because such as Fearless Leader? says:

  31. Arachne says:

    I’m trying to think how Jazzy McGreasytail would spin this if it had been said by Sarah Palin or Ted Cruz or Louie Gohmert instead of, you know, the Most! Brilliant! President! Ever!

    President Obama: “We are here today because we know we cannot be complacent. History travels not only forwards, but backwards and sideways.”

  32. Because you silly English k-nigit says:

  33. Arachne says:

    Same reason there’s a second “b” in bomb
    Same reason there’s a “gh” in night
    Same reason there’s a “u” in laugh
    Is this too hard for you Goos? Root words, that sort of thing?
    Phonics are hard.

  34. trebob says:

    I know it’s still more than a week away, but let’s break up the same old with a little good, clean, old fashioned, wholesome fun. Enjoy the tune!

  35. Juan Epstein says:

    Any comment on the young white guy replacing the old white guy?

  36. Arachne says:

    Sebilius is apparently resigning.
    Does that mean she’s also losing her health insurance?

  37. Arachne says:

    Perhaps Fatass would like to comment on the Rolling Stone cover this week – featuring a naked Julia Louis-Dreyfus with the Constitution on her back….
    ….and a signature by John Hancock.

  38. poteen2 says:

    Bunk X :

    6 words. “Do you want fries with that?”
    It’s called working for a living you little welfare slut.
    Try it some time.
    Or marry that fat chick. Her daddy has money.