And when Americans start believing that their insane hatred against you (and they hate all the democracies by the way) is justified, then the US is on a very slippery downward slope indeed. Quite a different country today than the one your fathers and grandfathers lived in.
The haggardness of poverty is everywhere seen contrasted with the sleekness of wealth, the exhorted labor of some compensating for the idleness of others, wretched hovels by the side of stately colonnades, the rags of indigence blended with the ensigns of opulence; in a word, the most useless profusion in the midst of the most urgent wants.Jean-Baptiste Say
The Black Conservative Coalition
Can-You-Hear-Us-Now!: The Black Conservative Coalition
It does seem that liberals want to keep people dependent and finally it is great seeing black organizations fighting back.
And Sanger did some great things for women, but - like many of our American ancestors - held views that we now consider archaic. Let's also recall that a lot of American heroes have significant flaws when it comes to views of things like race, the mentally ill, sex. I mean, our Founding Fathers were largely slave-owners. We can acknowledge the great things they did, but still be against slavery, can't we? Or should we condemn them for their racial views and reject everything positive they did?
What lame broad brush title are you going to attempt to use on me?
Oh please. Go ahead and search my posting history. You'll not find me using terms like "chimp" when referring to Bush (although his intelligence/wisdom is certainly debatable), or insisting that all conservatives are hard-right, neocon assholes (even though it often seems that way).
You're just butt-hurt because I think Glenn Beck and those who listen to/believe his self-promotional drivel are idiots, and because I condemn holding a Glenn Beck fan club rally on the anniversary of MLK's most memorable and important speech in order to jerk each other off in public, while insisting that doing so is somehow "patriotic" and "honorable."
But why should I be surprised, you never address points made to you. You read one or two words and then post reactionary emotional sludge.
Did you even read the link that I provided FROM GLENN BECK'S WEBSITE that shows he only has a 2% black audience. I simply said he doesn't appeal to blacks and then provided you with factual proof that he doesn't appeal to blacks. I then posited why this might be - without once attacking the rally or the movement.
Either read what I write and address it, or ignore me. Because I'm really getting sick of your mischaracterizations of everything I write in every thread.