Some of us remember the Civil Rights Movement

And if memory serves,
Democrats were the problem, back then, too


  1. Nomen Nescio
    Posted January 6, 2022 at 6:48 pm |

    … and if you see these people out in a restaurant, you get in their faces.


  2. drew458
    Posted January 7, 2022 at 6:55 am |

    I like what you’re saying but I would have worded it differently. I haven’t been IN a protected minority since college days was my first sarcastic reaction. But real civil rights apply to everyone and nobody gives a darn if you have “special group” status or not. With true equality there are no special groups.

    True, this has all been ignored during this “pandemic”; apparently there has always been the double secret “mom law” behind all our rights and laws, the “because I said so that’s why” thing. So no jab, no job no school no freedom. Wrong opinion, no right to speak. No paper mask no access. Doctors wanting to deny healthcare to the overweight, the comorbid, the unvaxxed. Healthcare jobs taken from thousands of last year’s heroes who remain unjabbed but still test negative every week, even though the CDC now allows jabbed healthcare workers with active infections and symptoms (including viral pneumonia) to interact with patients. The hypocrisy is staggering.

  3. sortawitte
    Posted January 7, 2022 at 7:45 am |

    I remember the civil rights movement. I remember Austin, Texas in 1963. I remember marches and sit ins at the FW Woolworth. I remember the blood coming from my broken nose. I remember the black and white kids walking together. There was as many of us whites as blacks. We were outraged at two different classes of people. At poll taxes. Those black kids are in their 70′s now. They don’t remember me.