"After my sixth divorce, I started to wonder if it was me?" Greg Allman
I think Kristol made the best point, and it's true. Obama can apologize on behalf of millions of other Americans. But he can't apologize for himself.Everyone wants to end racism in all it's forms. At this point, the African American community would be able to make great strides in this direction if they would be more selective on who to support, and not just pile onto the white cop just because he's white and a cop.It would be such a breath of fresh air to hear black leaders say, "Hey Gates, this was just a cop doing his job. Get over it. We'd rather spend our time fighting real prejudice."What did we get from the President? Just more of the same shit we've been getting from Jessie Jackon for 25 years. Basically reverse racial profiling: I don't know the facts other than the cop is white and the other guy is black. Therefore the cop acted stupidly.Will we ever get past racism in America. Obama just proved that it's a long way off.
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