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The New Racial Derangement Syndrome

lshort Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 3:56 PM
Most of America didn't actually start electing black men to Congress willingly til the 20th century either--during Reconstruction, the Southern states were redivided into military districts and were occupied by Federal troops; once those were gone, so went all elected black congressmen too--til the 1960s at least in the South, and the first Northern black congressman elected occurred in 1928.

There is a different sort of racialist derangement spreading in the country -- and it is getting ugly.

Here is actor Jamie Foxx joking recently about his new movie role: "I kill all the white people in the movie. How great is that?" Reverse white and black in the relevant ways and even a comedian would hear national outrage. Instead, his hip "Saturday Night Live" audience even gave Foxx applause.

Race-obsessed comedian Chris Rock tweeted on the Fourth of July, "Happy white peoples (sic) independence day ..."

Actor Samuel L. Jackson, in a recent interview, sounded about as unapologetically reactionary as...