The Conservatives won't me to stand on my own two feet and make my way through the world. They don't want me on welfare. They want me working and making money. Conservatives would like me to become rich, one day, through my hard work, but they also know that nothing is guaranteed--I mean, hey, none of us saw the drilling moratorium coming; I was doing fine, before that.
I'll team up with the Conservatives, any day, over the Libbos who want me to remain poor and dependent, so I can keep voting for them.
Go back to Stormfront. You've gotten boring in your redundancy.
"It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to." - W. C. Fields
Blacks in America speak English, they've been educated in schools, they're fully immersed in American culture, they have family and support networks, they have political power via the vote, they have the majority of the nation actively working to aid them, they qualify for so many helping hand measures which are in place even when they involve gutting the Constitutional freedoms of other citizens, and so much more. The Vietnamese people arrived here with nothing, not knowing the language, not knowing the culture, many of them suffering from severe Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder having witnessed the brutality of war first hand and then being victimized by the brutality involved in fleeing South Vietnam and living in refugee camps and then arriving in a land where many saw them as the enemy who had killed America's sons.
By any rational measure, the outcomes for blacks and Vietnamese should be flipped and it should be the Vietnamese who are suffering higher rates of poverty and unemployment for they had the far larger structural disadvantages. The fact that the roles are not flipped is strong testimony to the fact that the system is not causing the social disparity that afflicts America's black community.