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Captain Hate

I think this post could be summarized by stating Soledad O'Brien is an idiot.

Threadkiller

Critical race theory just ain't what it used to be...

Wiki before:

Although no set of canonical doctrines or methodologies defines CRT, the movement is loosely unified by two common areas of inquiry. First, CRT has analyzed the way in which white supremacy and racial power are reproduced over time, and in particular, the role that law plays in this process.

Wiki after:

Although no set of canonical doctrines or methodologies defines CRT, the movement is loosely unified by two common areas of inquiry. First, CRT has analyzed the way in which racial hierarchies are reproduced over time, and in particular, the role that law plays in this process.

http://minx.cc/?post=327345

NotSara

Well, I saw the clip and was absolutely amazed! I never watch CNN, and O'Brien was simply terrible--condescending, unknowledgeable and also constantly interrupting.

Ignatz

Thanks for that link, TK.
Seems to me, on the internet everyone knows you're a dog.

Appalled

Soledad O'Brien was caught bs-ing on the air. So what? Do we really want the campaign to be about whether Obama was a garden variety campus radical in 1991? I think Obama is happy to be a tool of The man, provided it gets him reelected, so I don't think he has some deep seeded need to rewrite the Consitution for the purpose of Black Power.

It's the economy, stupid. Add to that the entitlements, Obama's stupidity on energy policy, Obamacare, regulations.

Focus. Concentrate. Remember that Obama wants you to concentrate on the stupid stuff.

Jane

Great job TM. WE are all Breitbart!

Chubby

TM, that was a tour de force.

Rick Ballard

I don't want a summary. The post is simply too good and too thorough a study, using only material from the premier left wing propaganda organ, providing evidence that O'Brien is, above all else, a pathetic liar. I can't argue that she is not stupid but her primary personality trait appears to be dishonesty.

Danube of Thought

Great compilation, TM.

Ignatz

Interesting to note that Ms. O'Brien, a dedicated follower of lefty fashion, is a card carrying member of the 1%, being married to the "co-head of investment banking at Thomas Weisel Partners." (Wiki hasn't scrubbed that datum yet)

Chubby

((It's the economy, stupid. Add to that the entitlements, Obama's stupidity on energy policy, Obamacare, regulations.

as Thomas Sowell pointed out in the Levin interview that is up on RCV, FDR won a large majority when unemployment was twice as high as it is now so focusing exclusivly on the economy might not be such a winning strategy after all.

Ignatz

--It's the economy, stupid.--

It's the economy because he has pursued the retarded policies of a garden variety radical.

Danube of Thought

Minus 16 at Raz today.

8.3%.

Ken

Thanks for doing the research on this. I was in law school in racist Ky. when Obama was at Harvard, and was spared critical race theory.
Although this is more evidence of Obama's radical leanings, I'm afraid it may be too abstract and too old to change anyone's mind at this point. Might have been different in 2008. But now we have Obama's actual record to consider. Here's hoping for a change. Or hoping, for a change.

MarkO

I think "Radical" is a fine word to use in the campaign. We don't have anyone on our side smart enough to work a contraceptive type distraction, but, hell, go for "radical."

NotSara

Well, Rick Ballard, I can think of other primary personality traits (all bad) which O'Brien has other than dishonesty.

narciso

No, Appalled this is you voted for, that you were too distracted by the squirrels last time, doesn't mean you get to reproach us for your mistake, I gleaned as much of 'Faces' as I could possibly stand, back in college, and I couldn't have imagined that such a warped world view could have such an influence, then again I was much more naive then,

Janet

Joel Pollak was wonderful & so was Amy Holmes on the panel. I loved how Pollak asked O'Brian to define CRT which she was fighting for. I would love more guests to ask some of these "reporters" to define their terms & their belief systems.

Kirk Cameron did good on the Piers Morgan show too pointing out that Morgan was following his own moral code. Agree or disagree with Cameron, but he should be able to voice his beliefs. Piers Morgan, O'Brian, & all the rest of the MFMers are sure voicing their beliefs.

Janet

*O'Brien*

Appalled

Chubby:

FDR was reelected, overwhelmingly, because he was seen to be doing something about the Depression. Obama does not have that same aura.

Ignatz:

Sometimes you have to argue from results, and immediate policy. When the GOP/ conservative movement wastes its time on these side issues, they seem angry without cause.

Chubby

Janet, I was wondering who that was. Yes, she was excellent.

Ignatz

GM management continues in the same vein as its pre-bailout idiocies by investing $400 million in a 7% stake in basket case Peugeot.

Rob Crawford

ISTR that "Appalled" was previously in the tank for Baraka. Let's not take his advice, OK?

And, seriously, "radical" doesn't come close to what Obama is. He's a Klansman in black face; distinguishable from Robert Byrd only by careful comparison of skin tone.

Chubby

come on, Appalled, 0's promising freebies like there's no tomorrow so it's basiclly the same thing. The eonomy is a symptom not a fundamental cause imo. It's not doing well because of the policies of his world view.

Ignatz

--When the GOP/ conservative movement wastes its time on these side issues, they seem angry without cause.--

Perhaps with the rise of the internet and the new media the "conservative movement" can now walk and chew gum at the the same time.

narciso

Sacre Bleu, really, facepalm with a Cthluthu,
If we're going to waste money, do it a high performance scar, otherwise it's like that SNL sketch, 'the ADOBE' has come to life.

Ann

OT/Sorry

Janet:

I found out about KONY2012 last night when all the kids were talking about it. It was on all social media.

I started to look at it and it scared me. The Telegraph says Kony has left Uganda. This is all about one black man and it is not KONY.

It is community organizing. Take a noble goal and take advantage of a crisis. Have you heard anything about the Enough program or TRY? It is the new Occupy movement in my opinion. Coming in April to your neighborhood.

narciso

That was the car made out of clay, a dig at the Yugo and other fads at the moment.

Danube of Thought

I certainly concur that exposing this stuff from Obama's past is not going to have a major effect on the election, but that's not a reason not to do it. No reason it needs to detract from the economy. Hammer both.

Ranger

Let us also remember that Soledad O'Brien was able to spend four years at Harvard and not graduate, despite the fact that the school now basically gives all students enrolled in a class an A just for showing up.

Extraneus

I don't think he has some deep seeded need to rewrite the Consitution for the purpose of Black Power.

What do you figure is going on with the DoJ, then?

narciso

Well we're making new friends that's the important thing, sarc;

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/khamenei-hails-obama-window-opportunity-iran-132439544.html

Appalled

narciso:

Obama was not a small government guy. Neither was McCain. 2008 was the last stand of national greatness conservatism, that steaming pile of garbage served up by Frum, Kristol and the boys, sometimes served up with a soupcon of Hucakbee religiosity, and a little populist resentment of the media boys. I did want to go to war in Georgia and everywhere else, and still do the big programs (now 98% earmark free) that would have been McCain.

The story of 2012 is becoming a tale of how the GOP lost the thread of their argument -- how they run to and fro on side issues (with the support of a media that does not love them), mostly because the candidates in the primary, who speak for factions of the GOP, prefer the enemies of rich people, or big media, or anti-religious stuff, to the enemy of a big, overpowering government that cannot accomplish anything except spending more money and meddling everywhere.

I am amazed. In a year like this, with an opposition like this, the GOP is determined to lose. I don't get it -- but am really alrmed by it -- because, if the GOP does not win, Obamacare is permanent, and that is a big, big change you do not want.

Melinda Romanoff

Ranger-

She went back, 16 years later, and snagged her sheepskin. 2000 grad.

Extraneus

Ogletree on hiding Obama-Bell video: I was joking

(From http://twitchy.com, the newest sponsor of the Rush Limbaugh Program.)

Jane

So Appalled, what are you doing about it? Cause you know, you really should do something.

Janet

It is community organizing. Take a noble goal and take advantage of a crisis. Have you heard anything about the Enough program or TRY?

No...but that is the first thing I thought of after I watched the video...'I need to check out the organizations putting this out'. Nothing is simple anymore. It'd be a great teaching moment for Real Ann....looking into organizations & their bigger agendas.

Dave (in MA)

Ext., I thought it was nice of Malkin to name her new site after Olby.

MarkO

"I don't think he has some deep seeded need to rewrite the Consitution for the purpose of Black Power"

Then you don't believe anything he says either. Good.

Thomas Collins

TM certainly has boiled it down as well as it can be boiled down. I would only add one thing. Let's use TM as an example. As a white middle aged male, with a center of gravity of white privilege (an essential aspect of such white privilege being the inability to understand such privilege in any intellectual, emotional of instinctual sense), TM is not able to discuss this until he has been reeducated and sensitized to his whiteness. TM would need to attend seminars run by Van Jones types before he could even dip his besotted white toes into the water of such a discussion. In fact, virtually this entire JOM blog is afflicted with a malady worse than consciously using law to uphold white privilege. White privilege is so embedded in us that we can't even articulate the construct we use to oppress THE OTHER or to see that we are dehumanizing THE OTHER as THE OTHER. Reeducation camps for all JOMers (but don't stop working and paying taxes; the perpetrators of this fraud best benefit from their hustle in a prosperous society).

Appalled

Jane:

I have generally taken an all politics is local approach on my outside life. (I am involved on community things and actually fight these sort of fights on the city level.)

Its also taken me a while to get this po-ed, generally because I have a lot of faith in the good sesne of folks, and the idea that self-interest tends to lead to self-correction.

narciso

I found this from a Ledeen link, this seems a little out of place, although there have been instances of Islamic radicals, like Buckley's
interrogator coming from there;

http://pdmi.org/2012/02/observer-reporter-khamenei-graduate-of-moscows-patrice-lumumba-university/

Ranger

Mel, I know she finally graduated, but I still find it instructive that she couldn't manage it the first time around, given how soft the grading there has been for so long.

Melinda Romanoff

narciso-

Arafat was a grad, wasn't he?

Appalled

MarkO:

The basis for affirmative actiion is in the Civil Rights Act and has been held not to violate the 14th Amendment. There's no need to rewrite the Constitution.

NotSara

Well, I agree with DoT--this video is not going to change the election results, but some people (not conservatives) do watch CNN--not many, but some, and I would hope that O'Brien's blatant slant towards Obama would come through. I was also pleasantly surprised that the unassuming and young new editor of Breitbart can come across so well.

RichatUF

Appalled-

Feel like apologizing for your Obama vote and trying to rationalize your next one.

Ann-

The subject of the video is the reason why Obama has deployed advisors to Uganda (the Lord's Resistance Army or some such).

Appalled

I see no harm in Breitbart running these sorts of things, by the way. As yet, I do not see what the fuss is about, and I do not see it as a real winner in the election. I also see media bias as a fact that any Republican has to live with.

So sue me.

Danube of Thought

I strongly recommend this guy on critical race studies at Harvard Law in the Obama era. I think he nails it (and Obama) very well.

Thomas Collins

Appalled, I would argue that the basis for affirmative action is the Civil War Amendments, which gave Congress great discretion in enacting legislation to erase the badges of slavery. SCOTUS should have gone in this direction in the 19th century, and would have if it had adopted the approach of the first Mr. Justice Harlan. In the 20th century, SCOTUS upheld civil rights legislation under the commerce clause. It should have upheld such legislation under the Civil War Amendments.

Captain Hate

I don't think Kristol deserves to be in the same sentence as Frum. I'm not saying Bill is infallible (see Arab Spring) but his Weekly Standard is closer to the gold standard than anything else I can think of.

Appalled

RichatUF:

I have acknowledged that Obama vote, have never repudiated it and am not going to today. I've also said I'd vote Santorum over Obama, should he be the nominee with the same pain many of you would feel for Romney. Satisfied?

marlene

In your personal relationships,does critical race theory pop up in conversation? Just wondering,because in my (plain vanilla) family there is an interracial marriage and if I asked my B-I-L to discuss this with me,he'd tell me to put down the wine glass. Maybe I need to attend reeducation camp,TC!

Jim Rhoads a/k/a vnjagvet

I believe CRT is designed to create and maintain the requisite guilt within the "majority" community which can then only be expiated by continuing racial preferences and deference to the "oppressed" minority of choice. Sadly, CRT has been most persuasive to those who consider themselves to be among the elite and privileged. They consider such preferences a small price to pay for maintaing their privileged, elite status.

Of course most of the price is paid by the less privileged, non-elite of the designated oppressing majority; their interests must yield to the needs of those getting the preferences. The rest of the price is paid with OPM.

narciso

No Frum belong under the caption for 'stuck on stupid' along with Brooks, and the inimicable Conor F. Sullivan's Kramerica intern,

jimmyk

I agree with those who say this won't have much impact unless there are quotes of Barack himself saying outrageous things. Otherwise, it's just a student showing respect for a professor. We all know there's more to it, but it's not really going to get traction. Obama has been president for 3+ years and has an atrocious record in every area--the economy, foreign policy, law, and everything in between.

The associations stuff might have and should have worked in 2008 when he had no record and people were trying to figure out who he was. But instead 53% of the voters decided he was a savior and didn't want to hear anything bad about him. Now after seeing him in action the scales have fallen from most of their eyes, and all the Repubs need to do is keep hammering away at that awful record as president.

Thomas Collins

I would respectfully disagree with the following statement in the article linked in DOT's 10:56 AM post:

"But radical, “conviction” politicians don’t decry Gitmo then keep it open, promise to end the wars then reinforce the troops, express outrage at Bush war tactics then maintain rendition and triple the number of drone strikes."

Obama is savvy enough to understand that he needs to keep foreign policy cred to implement his policies. He is pushing the US as far as he can to the visions of Bell and Wright. He realizes he couldn't do it in his first term, and I suspect he realizes he won't have completed his project over the next five years if he gets a second term. But he's trying his best.

Melinda Romanoff

Appalled-

Critical Race Theory, in summary, was developed as justification for revolution under the auspices of "inherently racist Constitution". It begat the Original Black Panthers and fuels the current Reparations movement. There can be no solution until they are in position to rule on all things racist, since all things are racist, in their eyes. It's why the accusations of "code words" erupt every now and then in the midst of public debate. Political Correctness covers for this, since the end goal is state control, in the end. They are all fellow travelers.

Jane

I have generally taken an all politics is local approach on my outside life.

Then you are aces in my book. Good for you!

Ranger

Appalled, I'm a little confused by your statements. First you say:

It's the economy, stupid. Add to that the entitlements, Obama's stupidity on energy policy, Obamacare, regulations.

which doesn't exactly square with this one:

I have acknowledged that Obama vote, have never repudiated it and am not going to today.

So, you deeply oppose what Obama has done, but you won't repudiate your vote for him?

jimmyk

I believe CRT is designed to create and maintain the requisite guilt within the "majority" community which can then only be expiated by continuing racial preferences and deference to the "oppressed" minority of choice.

Absolutely, JimR. People like Bell are just race hustlers and extortion artists like Sharpton, but with fancy degrees.

Thomas Collins

Marlene, it's not a matter of everyday conversation. But it's present in the thinking of many in powerful positions now (Obama being one). The thinking behind it also permeates the thinking of many leftists who don't write on critical race theory issues. Noam Chomsky comes to mind.

Ignatz

--The basis for affirmative actiion is in the Civil Rights Act and has been held not to violate the 14th Amendment.--

Simplicity is a virtue.
Simplistic is not.

NK

TomM-- I think Pollak engaged in some polemic here and used 'white supremecy" as a shortcut term. I think the fairest description of CRT is that in NO society is there any OBJECTIVE system of justice, EVERYTHING is a social construct driven by racial hierarchy, and every legal issue must be viewed through that prism. CRT is the legal version of Fish's deconstruction of social sciences. What is absolutely true is Bell in applying CRT to America concluded everything is a result of the white power structure. At the NY Bar Assoc in I think'93-94 at a Housing Comittee meeting Bell was the speaker about CRA; in Q&A I asked Bell how America would be different if historically it was a majority black and former white slave nation. He freely said blacks would be just as oppressive, and whites would be permanently disenfranchised, he considered his theories 'race neutral' they were about political and legal power. Bell was 'Bam's legal hero. Nuf' said.

narciso

MCarthy took the same analysis you did TC.


http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/293014/re-obama-crits-andrew-c-mccarthy

Yes CRT was the step Dubois forgot on his long trek to Marxism, one could well have imagined Robeson lipsynching it.

Thomas Collins

One irony is that the spur to such theories is actually an aspect of intellectual whiteyball, not traditional thinking of African American philosophy. Hegel, Marx, Engels and Kojeve are the nurturers of this line of thinking. The anti-slavery movement was motivated by thinking diametrically opposed to critical race type thinking.

narciso

You can hear Cornell West echoing this, which isn't a surprise, since he was a protege of Cone at UTT,

http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2012/03/09/derrick-bell-jewish-neoconservative-racists/

NK

JimmyK-- I only met Bell the one time, and he was charming and candid. The strikes/walkouts were real close to race hustling street theater, and no doubt his legacy is the race hustlers like Jackson, Sharpton and ACORN. But I can't call Bell a race hustler. I agree with TCollins, he's a leftwing academic BS artist like Chomsky and Fish, he just used the race prism.

Sue

What if the video shows his wife, FLOTUS, trespassing and protesting? Will that change anyone's opinion of what the 2 were up to during the 90s?

Sue

I want someone to ask her the question. "Is that you protesting?" Simply ask her the question.

Jane

That David French article resonates as true to me. I think he is probably spot on.

The thing about this presidency that hits me every day is how he has exported Chicago politics to the entire country. I'm not sure we can beat that. Hell if he gets another term I assume I will be audited and/or jailed for my activism. So the question becomes - do I stop or risk it? And that is precisely the message he wants to send.

Jim Rhoads a/k/a vnjagvet

Don't forget Gobineau, TC.

RichatUF

TC-

Surprise, surprise...I'm surprised that false counsciousness didn't make it into the discussion.

So Obama's a true believe of Liberation Theology (the gospel of Marx) and of Critical Race Theory (derived from the gospel of Marx) and people wonder why Obama's economic program has failed (maybe he can get some crackerjack journalisters and economists to work out another 5 year plan to explain it to the bitter clingers-or just call the wreckers racist and be done with it).

NK

TCollins-- I disagree with your 10:45 a bit. Bell's CRT did not believe whites could be re-educated, not on a society-wide basis anyway. Instead, my recollection is that Bell believed in whites paying reparations, and blacks using the reparations for a separate society within America. Black separatism, that's where CRT led, that's my recollection anyway.

NotSara

The answer is no, Sue.

jimmyk

NK--fair enough, perhaps I should have directed my comments at the actions rather than the person. But I can't see how actions like strikes to demand that black woman be hired as a professor are any different from what Jackson and Sharpton do. The gentlemanly demeanor is what's required at HLS, but the actions speak louder to me.

narciso

Just a whole other flavor of inanity,

http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=38246

Rocco

Wise does not agree with all of Rev. Wright’s charges. His point though is that any criticism of the country, particularly by a black, is deemed threatening and must be condemned. This was the fate of Paul Robeson, W.E.B. Du Bois, and so many others, including recently Ward Churchill. And until the nation – or much of it – is willing to debate and not simply condemn critics of our history and current policies, those who are critical will always be vulnerable to those Wise describes as “the flag-lapel-pin wearing leaders of this land--who bring shame to the country with their nonsensical suggestions that we are always noble in warfare, always well-intended, and although we occasionally make mistakes, we are never the ones to blame for anything. Nothing that happens to us has anything to do with us at all. It is always about them. They are evil, crazy, fanatical, hate our freedoms, and are jealous of our prosperity. When individuals prattle on in this manner we diagnose them as narcissistic, as deluded. When nations do it--when our nation does--we celebrate it as though it were the very model of rational and informed citizenship.

How many times has Obama apologized for this country?

http://blog.revdrpaulsmith.org/2008/03/23/from-derrick-bell-barack-obama-and-the-rev-jeremiah-wright-issue.aspx

AliceH

I wonder if there are people who now regret having voted for Obama in 2008 who are now delighted to have a convenient explanation for how they could be so wrong... Look! The media never told us about this, or about this, or about this... If I had KNOWN about blah blah, I would not have voted for him.

The purpose of vetting Obama now is primarily as a means of vetting the media then for those 2008 voters who ARE surprised and disappointed by the president.

NK

TCollins-- agree with your 11:12 completely.

Hermesss

Best part is when the panelist tries to get Pollack to say his is afraid of blavks. Too bad the jerk didnt know that Pollack's wife is black.

Extraneus

Why would Obama and Holder come in and re-vamp the DoJ to institute racially biased law enforcement if they didn't truly believe the CRT b.s. that America and its Constitution and laws are fundamentally racist? They already had 99% of the black vote sewn up.

I think it's a good idea to expose Obama's racism this time around. Surely his associations with Wright, Bell, Holder, Skip and the rest are evidence of it.

RichatUF

and blacks using the reparations for a separate society within America

How Weather Underground of him.

Sue

Tom made Hot Air's Headlines. Expect some guests today. This column will be viewed far and wide. Great job, dear leader!

NK

RichardUF-- CRT, Liberation Theology, ACORN street hustling (SouthSide chapter)-- that's our boy Barry.

Thomas Collins

NK, you may have a better handle on CRT in your 11:27 AM post than I have articulated. My memory is that there is an aspect of CRT holding that reparations could be part of the white consciousness evolving, but I may be mixing this up with another line of thought. Or, it may be present in some CRT thought but not Bell's.

We need a collection of CRT thinking comparable to Professor Ward's web pages on anarchsim (now remember I'm staying out of the kerfuffle of whether BFF is Professor Ward; I'm simply referring to the web pages).

Rocco

An eagle-eyed reporter for the ABC affiliate in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, noticed something missing from Democratic presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama's, D-Ill., lapels.

"You don't have the American flag pin on. Is that a fashion statement?" the reporter asked, at the end of a brief interview with Obama on Wednesday. "Those have been on politicians since Sept. 12, 2001."

The standard political reply to that question might well have been, "My patriotism speaks for itself."

But Obama didn't say that.

Instead the Illinois senator answered the question at length, explaining that he no longer wears such a pin, at least in part, because of the Iraq War.

"You know, the truth is that right after 9/11, I had a pin," Obama said. "Shortly after 9/11, particularly because as we're talking about the Iraq War, that became a substitute for I think true patriotism, which is speaking out on issues that are of importance to our national security, I decided I won't wear that pin on my chest.

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/story?id=3690000&page=1

Extraneus

That's a great point, Alice. People who need an excuse in order to repudiate their 2008 vote should be given what they need.

Captain Hate

Best part is when the panelist tries to get Pollack to say his is afraid of blavks. Too bad the jerk didnt know that Pollack's wife is black.

Pollack must've been smiling inside quite a bit as the guy kept digging deeper.

Thomas Collins

Well, Drexel University looks as if it has a pretty good CRT collection (see LUN). Perhaps that Soledad O'Brien youngster from CNN might want to consult it before she speaks on CRT again.

NK

TCollins-- I wouldn't sweat the details of trying to analyze "CRT"; it's a bunch of leftwing academic poo. Unfortunately, the current POTUS believes in that academic poo. Ever wonder why 'Bam was so weak on Constitutional Law? Because he believes there is no Con Law or 'justice', only power.

NotSara

Exactly! AliceH.

RichatUF

NK-

I recall that during the 08 campaign (and during the first year of the administration) we talked in the comments section of coming up with Obama's beliefs. Spengler had a good take (an article); Kurtz had the great "Radical In Chief"; and D'Souza has "The Roots of Obama's Rage".

Or more to the point-if people wanted to know just how radical Obama is there was and is plenty available now although it will be nice to see it "vetted" properly with raisng gas prices and 8+% unemployment.

bgates

Soledad O'Brien was caught bs-ing on the air. So what?

So if we do things your way, voters have two sources of information about the economy for the next six months: their own lying eyes, and "The Everything's Getting Better Show", hosted by the impeccably nonpartisan Soledad O'Brien.

I also see media bias as a fact that any Republican has to live with.

At various times, slavery, Soviet Communism, and a Democratic House were facts that any Republican had to live with.

NK

TCollins-- I did take a quick look at the CRT LUN. You know what happened to CRT? in the '90s Bell, West and Ogletree and others got some faculty slots for acolytes, they either moved on to government jobs or got tenure, and got fat and lazy like most tenured faculty (sorry Dana) and the publications petered out. Pitful waste of resources.

Porchlight

OT, saw it in the HotAir comments at the page linking TM's post:

Orson Bean is on for a full hour with Dennis Miller to talk about his son-in-law Andrew Breitbart.
GMAX

Critical race theory is grievance mongering and race baiting all rolled up in one package. And nothing Soledad OBrien or any other prog tool says, is going to convince me otherwise.

This is indeed the second verse of:

"A white man's greed runs a world in need."

Author Unknown ( to the prog media ).

centralcal

On my drive into work this morning there was some breathless CBS news reporter saying some drug (normally used for heart conditions, I believe) was found in a study to STOP RACISM! I kid you not. Supposedly, patients were given some sort of psychological quiz and all their racism just disappeared into thin air!!!

Man oh man - I can see it now - Obamacare will provide everyone with free anti-racism pills (through force, of course).

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