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I never bought into my father's racism, I was too young to do that because the schools I went to were integrated, which he didn't like either. If he'd ever found out I'd played sports with blacks during recess or after school, I'd probably be dead.
Here we are, 2012, and I would have thought all of this was well behind us, until recently, when different people from different walks of life basically outed themselves, and these are basically the older people who never evolved into thinking that people are people, no matter what color they might be.
I find it somewhat disturbing. I don't like it either. There's no place for it in today's society.
My dad never changed either. On a visit to see mother and father while home on leave, he made a comment about blacks, and I just gave him the dirty look and said, don't start that again, I listened to it for 16 years, just stop it.
Maybe it's a few, maybe it's more widespread than I can imagine.
Liberalismódividing up the EARNED wealth of honest, hard working and ingenious AMERICANS and giving it to the leeches who would rather waste their worthless lives living off the government teat.