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In the slavery days a slave...

by tcrog1020 on April 3, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Could do anything that his master gave him a permit to do, Hunt, Fish, Carry A gun, build a house...NAME ONE THING YOU DO NOT NEED A PERMIT FOR TODAY. You just call your master Uncle Sam...still a slavery system. You are a slave and don't even realize it...that is the best kind of slavery system... for those who own the system.

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