Saturday, August 27, 2011

While In Congress “Morning” Joe Scarborough Introduced Resolution Condemning MSNBC Colleague Al Sharpton

One look at this picture of Al Sharpton should make very obvious one of the many challenges we have as a country. Here is one of this country's prominent (like it or not) politicians representing his constituents.

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Do you think you and I will ever see eye-to-eye with this crowd? It will never happen, and racist hacks like Al Sharpton will continue to exploit our differences for the sake of political gain. He and his constituents will never want to sit down across the table from you and I to work out any differences - perceived or real.

The conversation will always be about how oppressed they are as minorities and how the evil white man is responsible. It will always be about how much they are entitled to, that has been taken away from them, by these same evil white people.

This is the sad reality, the ugly underbelly of our country. There will never be full assimilation of the black culture into America. They have been indoctrinated by the left to believe that American culture equals White culture and they reject it and call anyone that doesn't "oreo's" and sell outs.

Drive down any American inner city black neighborhood and tell me how safe you feel. That's not me being a racist, that is me recognizing the sad reality that there is so much hatred and anger fomented towards whites that we in fact are not safe in those neighborhoods. Someone, somehow, some way the message needs to get through that the only people really being hurt by clinging to such a destructive culture are themselves.

I don't judge based on color, but I do judge based on attitude and behavior, and I judge the ghetto culture to be destructive, racist and violent. I judge the negative effects of such a destructive and violent values system, but not because the perpetrators are black. It's all about content of character, not color of skin.

Imagine what Martin Luther King Jr. would say if he could see what has become of his dream.

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