Anyway, check out this story coming out of the VA House of Delegates:
There were furious denunciations in the General Assembly after a Virginia legislator stated that black people "should get over" slavery.
Hanover Delegate Frank Hargrove made the comment about slavery in an interview published Tuesday in The Daily Progress of Charlottesville.
In the same interview about whether the state should apologize to the descendants of slaves, Hargrove wondered aloud whether Jews should "apologize for killing Christ."
Alexandria Delegate David Englin, whose Jewish ancestors immigrated from Nazi-occupied Poland, criticized Hargrove's comments in the House of Delegates.
Hargrove then told Englin that his skin is a "little too thin." Other lawmakers gasped and groaned in disbelief.
Black lawmakers in the House denounced Hargrove's comments.
Delegate Dwight Jones, head of the Legislative Black Caucus, said that he is "absolutely appalled" that someone would tell him to "get over" slavery.
Maryland: Last bastion of intelligence before the wastelands of idiocy.