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Liberalism Versus Blacks

Patriot155 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 3:41 PM
"WILL EDUCATION CHANGE BLACK BEHAVIORS by 2050 THAT OTHERWISE HAS NOT BEEN THE CASE .... SINCE 1965" That depends on what type of education we're talking about. Are we talking about INDOCTRINATION which is what you commonly find in liberal public schools or a sound education where they are taught America's ideas and foundamental beliefs. If we were to raise a black child in an environment simular to our model black family before the sixties, I'm willing to bet that most of these issues would be unheard of.
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 3:45 PM
Patroit155...

Blacks have become far to damaged and far too damaging to their children to ever effect the 'change' you relish and envision regardless of what information in the form of 'education' is provided.


Of this I can assure you....
Patriot155 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 3:49 PM
Of this I can assure you, it is completely false and your getting it right from the horses mouth. If the liberal/progressive propaganda machine can convince blacks and WHITES for that matter that conservative Americans are the racist undertone of the nation and have a historical background of it, then don't you think that they can also influence an entire generation/s.
Patriot155 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 3:55 PM
Or better yet, please explain the man who wrote this article. Is he "so far damaged and far too damaging to his children" to change. All evidence to the contrary.

Explain Senator Tim Scott, Mia Long, Denzel Washington, Tyler Perry, Herman Cain, Allen West, Condelezza Rice...etc. Now, admittedly it's a drop in the bucket however those drops create ripples.
Patriot155 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 4:00 PM
There is no question that liberals do an impressive job of expressing concern for blacks. But do the intentions expressed in their words match the actual consequences of their deeds?

San Francisco is a classic example of a city unexcelled in its liberalism. But the black population of San Francisco today is less than half of what it was back in 1970, even though the city's total population has grown.

Severe restrictions on building housing in San Francisco have driven rents and home prices so high that blacks and other people with low or moderate incomes have been driven out of the city....