First of all I am not rich, and my parents were not rich, i work hard for a modest living i started off working part time at restuarants as a dish washer not making sh*t, sure i could have gotten on welfare but choose not to live off the government but to make my own way. Your the one who's delusional, your ingnorance is disgusting do you really believe the racist democrat party is looking out for the black man at least the republican party freed our people and was trying since the 1860's to get us civil rights the democratic party was barley for civil right in the 1960's<quoted text> Do you listen to the nonsense that you spew out of your shyt hole? Nobody responded to your bullshit so you respond to yourself huh! Who the hell said the white man owes us anything. You so stupid you dont know the difference between progress & racism. You vote republican huh! If the democrats didnt fight for everything to help the poor & middle class, it's almost a certainty 1/3 to half would die from hunger because there just ain't enough jobs. And contrary to your belief"this ain't when slavery 1st ended. Not many people live off the land & even if they wanted to, you need money to by land & that leads us back to my 1st point", there just ain't enough jobs. You got whatever material shyt you got, cool be happy, you've been blessed, but your ignorance is disgusting. What are you doing to help the less fortunate climb from the bottom? Pointing the finger isn't a escape from reality. I don't know what planet you live on bra, but you need to come back down to earth. Your DELUSIONAL!
The Emancipation Proclamation is a military order issued to the Army and Navy of the United States by President Abraham Lincoln (R) on January 1, 1863, during the American Civil War. It was based on the president's constitutional authority as commander in chief of the armed forces; it was not a law passed by Congress.
Introduced by the Republican lead Senate as S. 61 by Sen. Lyman Trumbull (R-IL) on January 5, 1866.The Civil Rights Act of 1866, 14 Stat. 27-30, enacted April 9, 1866, is a United States federal law that was mainly intended to protect the civil rights of African-Americans, in the wake of the American Civil War. The Act was enacted by a Republican lead Congress in 1865 but vetoed by President Andrew Johnson (D). In April 1866 a Republican lead Congress again passed the bill. Although Johnson (D) again vetoed it, a two-thirds majority in each house overcame the veto and the bill became law.
Passed the Senate on February 2, 1866 (33 - 12)(with no Democratic support)
Passed the House on March 13, 1866 (34 "not voting")(111 - 38)(with no Democratic support)
The Enforcement Act of 1871 (17 Stat. 13), also known as the Civil Rights Act of 1871, Force Act of 1871, Ku Klux Force Act, Ku Klux Klan Act, Third Enforcement Act, or Third Ku Klux Klan Act. The act empowered the President to suspend the writ of habeas corpus to combat the Ku Klux Klan and other white terrorist organizations during the Reconstruction Era. Introduced in the Republican lead House as H.R. 320 by Samuel Shellabarger (R-OH) on March 28, 1871.
Passed the House on April 7, 1871 (118-91)(with no Democratic support)
Passed the Senate on April 14, 1871 (45-19)(with no Democratic support)
Signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant (R) on April 20, 1871.