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Raschel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-27-10 02:15 PM
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276. Don't you know that Black nurse should have helped that White Lady up from the floor?
She wasn't hurt, just lying on the floor and couldn't get up.
But according to this bigot's defenders she was "sick", "senile" "hurt" and had all kinds of imagined infirmities to make her a more helpless, fragile, and excusable bigot.

Same old bigotry.

LAWDY!!!! Miz Jenkins????!!! Is that you there on the floor? Now, I knows that you don't want mah ol' colored skin to be a touchin' yer purty White skin, but seein' as there's no one round to help ya, you jus let ol mammy help ya here. Now jus grab hold a mah neck and ol mammy'll take care of ya, hear?

Lawd knows the doctor tol ya, you don't be needin' no stress, but ol Mammy here? Ain't nothin' botherin' me, No ma'am. I'm strong as an ox.

Cause Lawd knows Mz Jenkins, ol Mammy don't care a how you treats me. Shoot,I ain't got no feelin's, and not much of a brain.


Lawd, Mz Jenkins, even if'n ya said it was agin' the LAW for me ta touch ya, ol Mammy'll go ta jail for ya Mz Jenkins. Sho would. Caus I'll always be your Mammy.
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