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These are the people who elect Democrats. Enough said.
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An Honest Conversation on Race

Joe296 Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 7:40 AM
Many black leaders are setting up a "wall of impossibility" for many blacks. With their constant cries of "everybody is a racist", "everybody is trying to keep you down" or "you are going to have to work twice as hard to succeed" they cause some to throw up their hands and say, "what is the use of trying? I will just let the government take care of me." There is also the fact that many blacks, inspired by some leaders, simply will take no responsibility for their plight. Every problem/shortcoming they have is the fault of someone/something other than themselves. And, the solution to their problems/shortcomings is to come about by some magical action on the part of some entity apart from themselves. They take no responsibility for any problem they have nor for solving any problem they have. It is always someone else's fault and someone else's responsibility to solve.
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An Honest Conversation on Race

Joe296 Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 7:23 AM
Is there a single black man in America who does not have a "testimonial" about how at some point in their lives they were unnecessarily and unfairly stopped by the police when they were driving through a white neighborhood? I am not suggesting that it has not happened to some but by God it hasn't happened to ALL of them. No wonder so much actual crime takes place... all of the police are out stopping black men driving through white neighborhoods.
But, if they fully participate in the community they can't blame all their problems on "whitey". Having to accept responsibility for your own condition in life is a frightening thing.
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Blacks Must Confront Reality

Joe296 Wrote: Aug 27, 2014 8:40 AM
Too many black leaders put up a "wall of impossibility" in front of many blacks and in particular young blacks. When we hear the cries of "everybody is a racist:" and "everybody is trying to hold you down" coupled with "you have to work twice as hard to succeed" and other similar rhetoric from so-called black leaders many will feel that they have no chance at success and will throw up their hands and quit. In addition, rhetoric such as this provides many with excuses for not trying. Until blacks stop blaming others for their problems and stop looking to others for magical solutions to their problems they will continue to languish in the situation they are in today.
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay PAST time!!
The article is not about racial sensitivity. The article is about liberal hypocrisy and double standards.
Ole "Teflon Harry" is just too valuable as a liberal liar to attack. The man is a lying machine and as such is too valuable to the Democratic Party for anyone in the liberal community to attack.
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Obama is smarter than all the other lawyers. He taught Constitutional Law you know. Just think how much better off we would be today if he had taught Management 101 instead of Constitutional Law.
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