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Racial Double Standards

Robert 277 Wrote: Jun 20, 2012 7:34 AM
This double standard nonsense will accomplish one thing, its going to get to the point where calling one a racist will become a good thing, it will mean that person is thinking the right way! The racist label is losing all its steam...............just a thought, I wonder if a white pitcher in baseball strikes out a black ballplayer he a racist? sounds dumb right? but if you back up a few years things that were considered dumb are now a fact of life.
Dancing Bear Wrote: Jun 20, 2012 7:38 AM
Right on Robert! How strange that you are correct. Being a "racist" under today's definition is using a colorblind standard to judge conduct.

You Bigoted Racist PiG! How Dare you suggest that we be judged by the content of our character. Surely you are a closeted member of the KKK!?!?
Charles3662 Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 6:00 AM
You get close to some truth and then the need to be sarcastic takes over and you lose your point. As untrained in psychology as I am, even I can see the need to be sarcastic as a disease. Why not just tell the truth, even if it is tasteless? There are definable differences between races and recognizing those differences is not antisocial behavior, it's simply telling the truth.

Back in 2009, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said we were "a nation of cowards" on matters of race. Permit me to be brave and run a few assertions by you just to see whether we're on the same page. There should be two standards for civilized conduct: one for whites, which is higher, and another for blacks, which is lower. In other words, in the name of justice and fair play, blacks should not be held accountable to the same standards that whites are and should not be criticized for conduct that we'd deem disgusting and racist if said or...