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Where's the Outrage Over Black Family Breakdown?

birdfighter Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 1:58 AM
I'm 66yrs old, grew up in the segregated South. Never knew any black people until I joined the Marines, then later got to know several on various jobs. Black guys are a little different, in the sense of being conscious of being black, whereas we white guys don't think much about being white. What has impressed me about most black guys who have jobs and families, is that, well, they are like normal, everyday white guys with jobs and families.

I’ve avoided writing about the Trayvon Martin situation because liberals assume I should have an opinion because I’m black and so was Trayvon. When something happens to a black person and it garners national news attention, the mainstream media trots out “the voices of black America.” This is offensive not only because the leftist mainstream media has appointed race baiters like NAACP, Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and Eric Michael Dyson as our spokespeople but also because it assumes blacks are like children who need others think for them. White people don’t have white spokespeople speaking on their behalf and would never allow...