John McCain Avoids Fun Family Slave Parties On Family Slave Plantation
John McCain's family owned at least nine million slaves, from Africa, back in the "good old days," before Nancy Pelosi and the Liberals waged an unjust war on the Deep South and made everyone pay black people for work. (And people wonder why Congressional approval ratings are so low!) But the McCain clan still owns the Mississippi plantation land of its forefathers, and every year the surviving McCains -- white descendants and black bastard children alike -- meet for anenormous family reunion ON THE PLANTATION (wtf!!) and get wasted and tell each other hilarious stories about, what, that old cotton gin that kept breaking down just at the height of picking season. Ha ha ha! And for some reason, John McCain refuses to show up for these shindigs every year and now all of his cousins hate him.
Everyone on Earth loves to party on old slave plantations with black and white distant relatives except John McCain. Why? Country First. Also: it would be pretty awkward to show up at a PLANTATION SLAVE REUNION considering the fact that he denies his family ever owned slaves, even though his great-grandfather owned a PLANTATION'S WORTH. These are recorded facts, in Historical Documents. So:
In the rural Teoc community of Carroll County, Miss., where the ancestors of Sen. John McCain owned enslaved Africans on a plantation, black, white and mixed-race family members unite every two years for their Coming Home Reunion, on the land where the plantation operated.
Some of McCain’s black family members say they are not sure exactly where they fall on the family tree, but they do know this: They are either descendants of the McCain family slaves, or of children the McCains fathered with their slaves.
White and black members of the McCain family have met on the plantation several times over the last 15 years, but one invited guest has been conspicuously absent: Sen. John Sidney McCain.
“Why he hasn’t come is anybody’s guess,” said Charles McCain Jr., 60, a distant cousin of John McCain who is black. “I think the best I can come up with, is that he doesn’t have time, or he has just distanced himself, or it doesn’t mean that much to him.”
Why is John McCain racist against his white relatives?
Here's a fun video too, from that plutocratic finance pamphlet, the Wall Street Journal. The narrator is insane!:
Some Of McCain's Black Relatives Support Obama [South Florida Times]