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Hallelujah!
The next time someone mentions someone's race, the reply should be, "funny, but I don't look at the color of a person's skin...I see the person."
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Of Racial Delusions and Riots

Sanity102 Wrote: Sep 03, 2014 1:43 PM
Did anyone notice how very careful the race baiters have been? Perhaps the one group that can stamp the race card null and void is police officers. Love or hate them, they represent order and America presented with a choice between cops that can protect them and their property and ending the privilege treatment of people based on the color of their skin, will choose the former. And Blacks are starting to get the great deal in electing a clearly unqualified person to the highest office based solely on the color of their skin; for many Americans, that was the LAST payment on the race card.
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An Honest Conversation on Race

Sanity102 Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 6:01 PM
How telling; your number one shows that you see illegals as a race rather than an act done by people. The topic is race and you throw in the issue of illegals. THIS is the reason why the issue of illegals make conservatives look racists, why they've spent 50 years trying to convince Blacks that they are not racists and will spend the next 50, trying to convince Hispanics. The illegal immigration would have more credibility if (and here's my 3) 1- Illegals didn't automatically mean Hispanic. 2- Border security didn't mean just the border to the South, instead of the North where the largest population of Moslems live. 3- You can convince the people that paying a fine for breaking a traffic law was "amnesty". As for your last comment; I have a suggestion. Go back to the party you agree with. Yes, I know they can only garner 3% of the vote and very few people will read or care about your opinions, but at least you won't have to hold your breath.
From the other side: "Where are the 20 witnesses? Where is the hospital records of Officer Wilson's injury? People should be ashamed of contributing to the defense of the cop who killed an unarmed teenager. Michael WAS shot in the back; the cop missed and hit his arm." And the good ol' "If the cop is not indicted, then the Prosecuting attorney did not do his job." It is so weird; I do not get this absolute conviction that Wilson is guilty--and from people who normally don't believe witnesses who hasn't been sworn in.
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Blacks Must Confront Reality

Sanity102 Wrote: Aug 27, 2014 5:56 PM
It is also to give White all the power: to make one succeed, to be happy, to be someone.
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Blacks Must Confront Reality

Sanity102 Wrote: Aug 27, 2014 5:54 PM
I wonder if Blacks who blame their poverty and ills on The Whites are actually saying that they do not have the power to make their lives better. Great people succeed despite adversity; to say Blacks can't is to accuse Blacks of the inability to be great.
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Hands Up! Don’t Abort!

Sanity102 Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 6:18 PM
This article was so good on so many levels.
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We Don’t Have to Have More Fergusons

Sanity102 Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 5:39 PM
And yes I said "Black Racist", as I would say "White Racist" if a person kept demanding that America solves the ills of White people. Racism can and does exist whenever the color of a person's skin comes before all else.
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We Don’t Have to Have More Fergusons

Sanity102 Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 5:36 PM
The question that none of the Black racist seem to want to answer is this. If things have got to change, how? Do we stop arresting Black suspects after 5 if only 2 White suspects have been arrested? Do we demand that our cops look for White and Asian suspects even though witnesses claim that the crime was committed by a Black person (so there will be no profiling?) Do we hire cops based on the color of their skin so that Blacks will feel represented? And will that set us up for hiring when other races grow in numbers? Exactly how do we "fix" the race problem?
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