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America's Best Christian Mrs. Betty Bowers Wonders if We Can Give Back the South: VIDEO

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America's Best Christian Mrs. Betty Bowers engages in a bit of wordplay with regard to policies of northern versus southern U.S. states and wonders why Abraham Lincoln didn't slough off the dead weight when he had the opportunity.

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  1. omg omg Jmg... i love betty :)

    Posted by: justjohn | Apr 21, 2014 4:49:09 PM


  2. omg omg Jmg... i love betty :)

    Posted by: justjohn | Apr 21, 2014 4:49:38 PM


  3. Yes, yes just go away. :))

    Posted by: barney | Apr 21, 2014 6:07:21 PM


  4. Yes, yes just go away. :))

    Posted by: barney | Apr 21, 2014 6:07:28 PM


  5. Yes, yes just go away. :))

    Posted by: barney | Apr 21, 2014 6:07:49 PM


  6. As horrible as it may sound I always wondered how our country may have been bettered by the south winning their independence. The only problem is ignorant people are found all over and open-minded, liberal people are found all over, as well. But there does seem to be a preponderance of people aligning to the political stereotypes, are at least a preponderance of people in power and vocal people espousing those stereotypical views. We (I'm in Jersey) wouldn't be having these divisive political issues over health care, civil rights, female/black presidents, minimum wage, etc... At least AS MUCH. There will always be people with differing opinions and passionate debates. But when where someone lives in the nation can be a decent predictor of where they stand on so many hot-bottom issues wouldn't it be nice to just say (to both the North and South), you're just not getting along anymore. I think it's time for a divorce. Break up and go live your lives the way you want?

    Posted by: Macguffin54 | Apr 21, 2014 6:44:53 PM


  7. more betty, less kylie...

    Posted by: don't a tell la | Apr 21, 2014 7:31:08 PM


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