Skip to comments.Roger Ebert: Second Amendment Ratified to Preserve Slavery
Posted on 01/16/2013 9:12:21 PM PST by chessplayer
We've already heard Constitutional scholar Matthew Modine opine on the Second Amendment this week. Now, it's film critic Roger Ebert's turn. And the Thumbs Up pioneer offers an even daffier version of U.S history than the "Vision Quest" star.
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What is wrong with these people? I just don’t get them and am fed up with these control freaks leave me alone and shut up about racism already. Enough is enough
Not much of a following is it?
He linked to it and summarized the thesis. That string of characters at the end is a link.
We all have.
What a stinker!
It's simply the continuation of the “racist narrative” that the left uses to fill the empty heads of unbelievably stupid people, and unfortunately, it's effective.
Many people will be spreading this “fact” and are actually dumb enough to believe it.
The Klan wanted to disarm newly freed blacks in the south!!!
WHAT DOES ROGER EBERT NOT F****ING GET?????????????
You know when they are losing the debate when they scream racism.
The safe refuge of the tiny intellect.
For “Borges”, Free Republic’s supreme self-anointed Hollywood bootlicker, recognition is due for you having set the record straight.
He’s suffering from Django-Jungle Love.
“John Brown’s body lies a-moulderin’ in the grave
‘Cause he didn’t have enough guns
Glory, glory, hallelujah! [repeat twice]
Keep disarmed the blacks”
New lyrics by Roger Ebert’s pals.
The entire Bill of Rights was ratified en masse...moron...
Roger is married to a black woman, and occasionally writes about racial issues. When he does I interpret his views as coming from his wife. If that is the case, we need to take this seriously that the black community is seriously misinformed about the history of the second amendment and how gun control laws were originally designed to keep them down. It isn’t just some dumb white man’s opinion.
Huh? I negatively criticize movies all the time. And your post wasn’t coherent.
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