Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Yeah, and if he was alive today he'd probably still be pro-slavery

John Calhoun was a nineteenth century senator and vice-president. He is probably best remembered today for his position that slavery was just about the nicest thing you could do for people of African descent. Naturally, there is a county in his home state of South Carolina named after him.

Obama won it by 275 votes.

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