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RG III Gets 'Uncle Tom' Treatment

nimh2 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 9:15 AM
Thomas Jefferson KNEW that the two races (black and white) would have much difficulty coexisting in the same society. Abraham Lincoln knew the same thing; his writings reflect as much. Mr. Lincoln spoke TRUTHS that, in today's society, would make a modern-day klansman blush. One cannot deny the TRUTHS of human nature, no matter how unpleasant they may be. Our denial of basic TRUTHS is already unraveling our society and will result in white genocide.
DLWright Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 9:27 AM
I don't think that these 2 races have a problem co-existing. I think that the blacks have a problem with the blacks. RG III should have described himself as an American of African descent.
SargeantRock Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 9:43 AM
I agree. considering his other statements, calling himself an "American of African descent" would be a much more appropriate statement... this "African-American" stuff is ...
If you are born HERE you are an American. My ancestors came from Ireland, SO WHAT. I am NOT "Irish-American" I AM AMERICAN born raised and will die as such.... GOD BLESS AMERICA...
To a black ESPN sports analyst, this is the critical question: Is Robert Griffin III, aka RG III, the black rookie sensation Washington Redskins quarterback, "a brother, or is he a cornball brother?" What has RG III done or said to raise a suspicion about his bona fides as a black person? More importantly, what does this have to do with appreciating -- or choosing not to appreciate -- Griffin as an athlete?

Turns out RG III fancies himself as a quarterback who happens to be black -- as opposed to a black quarterback. When asked for the millionth time about...