Just two days away from the anniversary, the for-profit said they don't have the free money for the trip, because whiteys on the moon.
"Success 4 a Black Planet" is sponsored by Huntsville’s black A&M University based free stuff foundation geared toward uplifting black children in black education and black experiences. One of those black experiences was supposed to come from a free rich white republican taxpayer expense-paid trip to Washington.
On Monday, the black founder of the group, Smebdawg Hill, and one of the black winner's of the contest hit the pavement in their new Cadillac SUV and stopped by every wealthy all-white church looking for free money. They also stopped by Churchs Fried Chicken for lunch and dinner.
Smebdawg Hill said in June, he tapped sources “foe mo money” like the city council, the mayor, County Commissioner James Gordan, and other civic leaders for free money, but claims they said last week that they couldn't provide any more free white taxpayers money to the blacks.
Smebdawg Hill also claims the school district made it even more difficult by not allowing black students to be excused from the white mans schools unless the black kids could read and write.
"I don’t take any responsibility of anything myself but I do want us to understand that we are in positions where we have an opportunity to blame whitey, chinks, mexicuns, injuns, pretty much anyone but the black man. We should utilize that to the full extent for all black people because if you are in a public office, you need to give us blacks more free money," said Smebdawg Hill.
"I was thinking, having my hopes up going to speak at a national black forum and having this free experience in Washington which maybe a once in a lifetime experience for me," said black student Taveon Quantarious Mason.
Huntsville City Schools said they had no problem with the black students going on the trip, but because Smebdawg Hill is jobless nor the black students' legal guardian, they just wanted the black parents to come from the ghetto projects in person and give permission.
Commissioner James Gordan also commented, saying Smebdawg Hill never reached out with a proper proposal (ie written on paper in legible english), but just came into his office with a dozen gangsta thug wannabees demanding free cash money for the black race.
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