Uncle Tom's Cabin is a book depicting life in the South during the good ol' days before the Civil War. It is famous for its total lack of truthiness regarding slavery; it dared to suggest that slaves were not happy on the plantation — tell that to Aunt Jemima, lady — and so affronted the South's honor that it was forced to declare war. Uncle Tom's Cabin is thus solely responsible for killing millions of people.
Besides being a book and neither written nor edited by Dr. Colbert, the main problems with Uncle Tom's Cabin include:
- Anti-capitalism: It is clearly against trading macacas on Wall Street and foreign trade with Africa.
- Pro-union: It actually supports giving "slaves" rights beyond food and shelter, even allowing them to vote.
- Pro-combatant: The "slaves" would also gain legal rights against those who had given them all the chitlins and watermelon they could eat.
Uncle Tom's Cabin TriviaEdit
- Neither Trent Lott nor Strom Thurmond have ever read it; Ann Coulter was assigned it in high school, but made Michelle Malkin write the report for her.
- Gone With the Wind - a glorious historical record also in convenient movie form.
- Abraham Lincoln