View Poll Results: Have white people embraced what is "right"?

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Thread: Have white people embraced what is "right"?

  1. #81
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    Re: Have white people embraced what is "right"?

    Quote Originally Posted by americanwoman View Post
    And those women are used primarily as sex slaves. That's some pretty ****ty slavery.
    I think I'd make a pretty good sex master thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Don't apologize to me over that silly ****. I could care less if I can see the dust or not.
    Now apologize for apologizing!

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    Re: Have white people embraced what is "right"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shewter View Post
    I think I'd make a pretty good sex master thank you!

    That would all depend on how many "rations" you'd give out
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    You just pulled a bonnie.

    Please. PLEASE think before you post!

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    Re: Have white people embraced what is "right"?

    the election itself proved that whites aren't racist (for the overwhelming majority anyways) so the speech should have been on a positive note acknowledging the fact that most white americans have absolutely nothing against having a black president..perhaps even saying thanks america for acting and voting like all colors are equal....

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