Wanna know who the sole person was who voted against a symbolic bill that would put up a plaque acknowledging the work of slave labor to build the Capitol? This dude. The thing passed the House 366-to-1 and Rep. Steve King of Iowa just HAD to be the one. Ron Paul voted for it. RON PAUL! (And I'm sure he could have come up with a Libertarian argument against it if he tried.) And crazy Michele Bachmann and other people I don't even like voted yes. But not this dude! Charming fellow. He also thought Abu Ghraib was like "hazing."
King said the no vote was about "protecting America's Juedo-Christian heritage." Um ... newsflash. Most abolitionists and Republicans were against slavery. Many of those people happened to be Christians. I cannot point out how many kinds of wrong his statement was. You sir, are The Black Snob Asshat of the Day. Wear it accordingly. (Talking Points Memo)