Old Times There Are Not Forgotten
G.O.P. frontrunner Herb Cain and Neal Boortz indulge in some nostalgia:
In their radio interview, Boortz asked Cain to define what it could possibly mean to be an “authentic black” person. Cain responded that he didn’t know, before proceeding to trace his family tree back to his ancestors’ experience as slaves in Georgia (which prompted Boortz to ask whether he had any relatives who may have been slaves on the South Carolina plantation owned by members of his family).
Being owned by Neal Boortz' inbred cracker anscestors is the certificate of authenticity.