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Of course Tea Party people aren't racist! Part 47

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oh dear god not again.

Can somebody sticky this thread so cwg can just make posts instead of creating new threads?

we get it. ALL tea party people and people that oppose Barry hate black people and latinos.

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the comments on the articles on huff poo are mind numbing. they blast this al guy for being a racist and at the same time claim the ENTIRE tea party is racist. you can't make this drivel up.

bottom line, if u lean right in the slightest,your personal observations are nil.

he would have been better off by never giving any interview or make any comments. just say vote for me.

is it plausibe some black guys might prefer dealing drugs over education? yeah. same for other races as well.

if you are white, you simply can't give your take on other races no matter how true(and for cantrell, im not saying this al guy is right so get that straight first) your take might be.

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if you are white, you simply can't give your take on other races no matter how true(and for cantrell, im not saying this al guy is right so get that straight first) your take might be.

Then that's a pretty silly argument to make in a thread like this. Could you point us toward something more relevant to the point you're trying to make?

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umm, does your pc not have a mouse or allow you to scroll up to the top of the thread?

go watch any video of any person, lib, con, whatever and see how they avoid commenting on another race with extreme caution.

of course this is going to be turned into u support bigots and yada yada. i should just play poker with all the lefty's and take money instead of spending bandwidth

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I for one spent 8 years of my life from middle school to high school going to schools in predominately black neighborhoods. I have numerous friends (life long friends that I'd help at the ring of a cell phone today) that said f*ck school and chose the drug game. Smart guys that could have went to college. Guys that were great athletes and had chances for scholarships. They said f*ck it because there was money to be made today, not after 4 years of college. Just so happens, 100% of those friends I'm speaking of were black guys. That's just a fact and to ignore the fact that the drug game has a HUGE influence on minority communities is bullsh*t. I tried to play the great white hope. I had these guys to my house for dinner. Tried to convince them to choose the school route. But you know what, there was no interest. My advice was pointless because I couldn't factor in some of the influences these guys were facing. What I didn't realize as a white dude growing up in the suburbs is that the game was all around these guys 24/7. Until that changes, a majority of the kids are faced with a choice that is heavily weighted toward the wrong decision.

What this guy said and how he said it was bullsh*t, no doubt. He made it sound like all minority men are drug dealers and we all know that's bullsh*t. But some of you need to get off of your ivory tower and check out reality.

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It's more lucrative for inner city black men to sell drugs than to go to college. We need to do more to make it more desirable for inner city black men to go to college than to sell drugs.

Clearly he's insane.

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umm, does your pc not have a mouse or allow you to scroll up to the top of the thread?

go watch any video of any person, lib, con, whatever and see how they avoid commenting on another race with extreme caution.

of course this is going to be turned into u support bigots and yada yada. i should just play poker with all the lefty's and take money instead of spending bandwidth

Well, when you get tired of misrepresenting my position, be sure to provide examples which support your argument.

Also...

umm, does your pc not have a mouse or allow you to scroll up to the top of the thread?

umm, you already said you don't think he's right, so I really don't understand what you're getting at here.

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