Well, if Marx was for slavery and Hitler was for slavery and Jefferson Davis was for slavery then you should by lumping those three together, shouldn't you?
Now that's funny. Cause just a second ago you said Marx was against slavery and so did Walt when he endorsed him. So which is it?
And on a similar note where there is no dispute, Marx was for the permanency of the union, Hitler was for the permanency of the union, Lincoln was for the permanency of the union, and you are for the permanency of the union. So what does that tell us? Just curious.
No, you are the one who said Marx and Hitler were for slavery. You said that the form of government he theorized created the ultimate form of slavery. You said that Hitler was open for slavery and used it. Well, so did Jefferson Davis. So would you link Davis and Hitler in that area? The Davis government promoted slavery and intruded into the private sector and individual rights to an extent Lincoln never dreamed of. Would you link Davis and Marx in those areas?
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