Organizer, United Border Coalition Tea Party Rally
Dear Mr. Venuti,
With all the recent controversy about supposed racism within the teaparty, it's good to see one of our leaders making an effort to reach out to blacks--or as you like to call them, "Negroes." Of course, I'm referring to your blog post about the benefits of slavery (ellipses in original unless bracketed):
To all of the Black/Negro professionals athletes and media star, I say the followingWho could argue with reasoning like that? Slavery was a good thing because it gave us the two minute warning and the NBA (minus the Utah Jazz) and it gave black men high paying gigs and a semblance of citizenship.
….where would they have been without that abomination slavery…..think about it…..I know it hurts…but still…where would you be….
just make sure you know WHO is BUTTERING your bread….Yes as my mouth is Wattering in success, I’m Buttering your bread please don’t forget that I enable you.
Again, Whitey’s think about it….give yourself some credit…..If those poor souls, the first slaves, the true victims, if they were to come back to witness ..
first hand, generations ahead, the 2 minute time clock of the Super Bowl or the NBA Championship watching one of their own,… 10 score forward,…. make the grade…
what do you think great, great, great, great grandfathers thoughts might be?
I will tell you what great, super great granddad would say…Dig on this.
“Hey baby, if it wasn’t for those of us who took the boat ride, you would not be here… now give me some of that cha ching/signing bonus just received……..
But, as good as your analysis is, it's limited by its historical focus. It ignores the most pressing questions we currently face: are slavery's benefits sustainable and what can slavery do for us, tomorrow?
The popularity of soccer, a foreign sport with a bias against thumbs, is growing rapidly in this great land of ours. Indeed, it's growing so fast, it could rival football, basketball, and baseball as America's pastimes in a decade or two. We have nothing to offer up against it, because we no longer have slavery to serve as a catalyst for the creation of new sports.
We need to bring slavery back. It's our only hope of retaining our sports hegemony into the next century.
As a teaparty leader, a talk radio host, and an expert on how slavery sparked sports development, you're the perfect guy to lead a modern pro-slavery movement. Think about it. It could lead to great things--you could be the Andy Stern of rollerball! I hope you'll consider it.
Gen. JC Christian. patriot