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Thursday, April 08, 2010

by R J Shulman

RICHMOND, Virginia - (PTSD News) - Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell apologized Wednesday for leaving out references to slavery in his recent proclamation designating April as Confederate History Month. "The failure to include any reference to slavery was a mistake," McDonnell said, "Virginians lost some serious property when their slaves were stripped away from them by northern communists and I am sorry if my omission of this offended some descendants of slave owners."

However, the Governor's apology was generally rejected, especially by fellow Repbulicans. "The governor's statement didn't go far enough," said Karl Kylie Kling (R-Christiansburg), "He needed to change Confederate History Month to White History Month because if those uppity folks can call a spade a spade and claim February as Black History Month, we should be able to call a hood a hood and get a month of our own."

Inspired by Governor McDonnell's recent proclamation, a group of Germn Neo Nazis called the Deutschland Wird Wieder Steigen, or Germany Will Rise Again have petitioned German Chancellor Angela Merkel to proclaim April Third Reich History Month. "It makes sense as April is the Fuhrer's birthday month," said DWWS leader Gunter Schnuntzelmann, "We'll asked the Chancellor to make sure she doesn't mention the Holocaust."

"Governor McDonnell's decision to glorify a terrible time in history and leave out the horrors perpetrated on others of that time is really not a new trend," said Harvard history professor Birch Covingsly, "After all, we have been doing that for years with the way we celebrate Thanksgiving."

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