Skip to comments.Obama Signs Law For Indian Tribes, Black Farmers
Posted on 12/08/2010 6:27:52 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
American Indians and black farmers will be paid $4.6 billion to address claims of government mistreatment over many decades under landmark legislation President Barack Obama signed Wednesday.
The legislation "closes a long and unfortunate chapter in our history," Obama said. "It's finally time to make things right."(continued)
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Millions, no billions, to a group of plantiffs...most of which deserve nothing!
Glad we are running a surplus so we can afford such PC bullsheet.
I am a female.I think I deserve money, too. Clearly only white men are allowed to farm.
50,000 sounds good to me.
Obama is going to bankrupt this country..oh wait..he already had.
Up next - reparations for slavery!
That right there is restitution.
Total theft!! This violates violently God’s commandment “Thou shall not steal” Outrageous armed robbery.
Aw who said reparations would never pass?
I knew the second he was elected he would find a way of giving blacks reparations.
Absolutely full of fraud and... SICKENING to boot.
REPARATIONS have come to America and AMNESTY just passed the House. The American experiment is finished. We’re a banana republic being run by fascists now.
The ones who receive the settlement money are likely not the ones who suffered most. History is written in human suffering.
Life isn’t fair. Money doesn’t make things right.
It makes some people feel better, I suppose.
Now, on to the next chapter. There will always be another bloody shirt or aggreived party.
Future generations must pay the descendents of the supposedly wronged, and that makes things right?
Nothing but looting the treasury while the credit is still good.
And this article is THE reason all the media is talking about the DREAM act....so they don’t have to tell you , your paying even more REPARATIONS.
Didn’t some of see this spoken about a long time ago from Van Jones? I think I saw it on GB but my memory is a little fuzzy.
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