"Racism" is one of those terms that has come to encompass nearly any recognition of racial difference. I suspect one would be hard-pressed to find many liberals who in their hearts don't believe that black dominance in pro football, the NBA, and the Olympic Games 100-meter dash reflects superior athleticism. They can't say it out loud, however, for then one might be led to ask "is that the only difference among the races?" The mantra of diversity is to "celebrate our differences," but obviously only in certain ways. Most people, by today's definition of racism, are racist, which tells me that, like certain other words, such as "liberal," it has become meaningless.