December 6, 2012
"If slavery were so God-awful, why didn’t Jesus or Paul condemn it, why was it in the Constitution and why wasn’t there a war before 1861?"

— Loy Mauch, member of the Arkansas state house

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  2. hermitinthemountains said: b/c privilege doesn’t check itself — the status quo is pretty hard to fight when those in power or have benefited from it don’t easily condemn it
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  11. howdoesitfeeluntitled said: WHAT THE… How… No, I’m done… Wait, his name is really Loy Mauch? That’s the noise you make when you have too much peanut butter in your mouth. Now I’m done.
  12. redbeerd said: I can’t even.
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  14. meadowslark said: All excellent questions with which to challenge students. Ark. can be proud to have a legislator that demands people think critically about the seminal issue of the 19th Century. Or did I mistake the context?
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