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It's the Middle Class, Stupid

Motherofthree Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 12:57 PM
How is a caucasian mother supposed to tell her children that people should be judged by the content of their character and how they treat people when the government, the schools, and the entertainment industry constantly tell them that they are evil, guilty, bad because someone who looked like them mistreated people hundreds of years before they were born? Why SHOULD causasian mothers tell their not to judge others by their skin when her children are so constantly told that they don't deserve what they have, that they have it too easy, and that the children of minorities have so MANY reasons that they can ignore all rules and laws and deserve extra help and compassion based on THEIR skin? So much for equality.
WestTexan Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 3:37 PM
I'm not, my kids have learned racism from the minorities in their junior high school. The ask me what is up with the racist kids (who are either Hispanic or black)? I tell them they're raised that way by popular culture. I tell them that character counts for you. Judge people by their character, not their skin, it won't take long to dismiss the wicked after they speak awhile.

And so it begins, like clockwork.

After an election defeat of significant proportions for the "truce strategy," GOP elites appear prepared to double-down on kicking out the social issues.

This week, Karl Rove appeared on stage in Naples, Fla., with James Carville in a rather dramatic jousting over the meaning of the across-the-board rejection of the Republican brand this election cycle.

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