restoreliberty Wrote:
Oct 04, 2012 7:53 PM
When are these "leaders" going to wake up and realize that clinging to victimization is not advancing the lives of black Americans? If teenage pregnancy rates, high school drop out rates, gang involvement, and other social problems that afflict the black community aren't addressed from within the black community then the economic prospects for young black Americans are simply never going to improve. Whites are not allowed to even bring up these problems, affluent blacks who bring up these issues are ostracized and excoriated, and the politicians sent to Washington to formulate policy refuse to address these problems always opting for vote pandering over real solutions.