Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Massa Barbour Hates the Poor

Today is Wednesday, 21 March 2007.

By average income, Mississippi is the poorest state in the nation.

Tax on groceries: the highest.

Tax on cigarettes: 3rd lowest in the nation.

The governor of Mississippi is white-boy Haley Barbour, former Chair of the Republican National Committee, and co-founder of a Washington-insider lobbyist firm that made millions off of lobbying for … surprise, surprise, as Gomer Pyle would say … tobacco companies [!] … and it just seems that this old boy, Haley Barbour, is a proud political bedfellow with his outstanding supporters, the Council of Conservative Citizens, a white-supremacist group, which is the re-named White Citizen’s Councils of the 1950s, the white-supremacist middle-class comrades of the Ku Klux Klan. Or maybe Haley just like speechifying to their meetings.

A bill before the Mississippi Legislature would have raised the cigarette tax from 18 cents a pack to $1 dollar a pack, and cut the grocery tax in half.

Don’t say ol’ boy Haley don’t stay bought.

Yesterday, Haley’s boys in the Mississppi Senate killed that bill dead.

Massa Barbour still serving his masters.

All’s well, on the plantation of Massa Barbour’s masters.

What a cruel tax: on food, the necessity of life.

Massa Barbour hates the poor of every race.


Massa Barbour was born in Yazoo City, MS; his daddy was a prosperous lawyer. I was born in Gulfport, MS. My father was a sergeant in the USAF; my mother was a former school teacher. Massa Barbour became a white-supremacist; I believe biological racism is evil crap.


On this day in 1960, during a peaceful demonstration in Sharpeville, South Africa, the white-supremacist police of the apartheid dictatorship (modeled on Nazi Germany) massacred nearly 100 Blacks.

Haley Barbour was 12. Did his heart leap with joy at the news?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, in 1960, Haley Barbour's world was all about Haley Barbour (like most adolecents) and probably not much related to racism. In 1960, the average U.S. citizen was not as cognizant nor caring about what was happening in South Africa. With your suggestion that a pre-teen Haley Barbour took joy in the massacre of blacks half a world away infers a North American version of Nazi Youth. Although that is not out of the realm of possibility, you paint a picture of pure evil in your last statement, reflecting not on Haley Barbour's parents/adult influences, but on the possibiliy that he is demon spawn. That's sick.

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