Sunday, August 02, 2009

Fwd: FW: Conversation

Being part native American, I think y'all can all get off my land.

Being part white (an looking more like a white man than anything else) I totally understand where Mr. Buchanan is coming from.

Cancel all race benefits, welfare, and handouts and lets all just act like the brothers we are.  We are, no matter whom you ask and their religious believe, descended from one couple.  That makes us all one race: the Human Race.

So, even though my white brothers and my black brothers and my asian brothers don't have any claim to this land you call America, I served in the Military and gave up my rights in sacrifice for this imperfect country of idiots who still run around like little children complaining that life ain't fair.  "Ain't Fair?"  Tell me what is fair about having this huge country stolen from you.  But, do you hear the smallest minority in America, native Americans, complain?  NO SIR.

> By  Patrick J.  Buchanan
> Barack says we need to have a  conversation about  race in America . Fair  enough. But this time, it has  to be a two-way  conversation. White America  needs to be heard from,  not just lectured to..  This time, the Silent  Majority needs to have its  convictions, grievances  and demands heard.. And among  them are  these:
> First, America has  been  the best country on earth for black folks. It was  here that  600,000 black  people, brought from Africa in slave ships, grew  into a  community of 40  million, were introduced to Christian salvation,  and  reached the greatest  levels of freedom and prosperity blacks have ever   known. Wright ought to  go down on his knees and thank God he is an   American.
> Second, no  people anywhere has done more to lift  up blacks than white Americans.  Untold trillions have been spent since the  ' 60s on welfare, food  stamps, rent supplements, Section 8 housing, Pell  grants, student loans,   legal services, Medicaid, Earned Income Tax Credits  and poverty programs   designed to bring the African-American community into  the mainstream.

> Governments, businesses and colleges have engaged in  discrimination  against  white folks -- with affirmative action, contract  set-asides and  quotas -- to  advance black applicants over white  applicants. Churches,  foundations,  civic groups, schools and individuals  all over America have  donated their  time and money to support soup  kitchens, adult education,  day care,  retirement and nursing homes for  blacks.
> We hear the  grievances. Where is the  gratitude???
> Barack talks  about new 'ladders of opportunity'  for blacks. Let him go to  Altoona ?   And Johnstown , and ask the  white kids in Catholic schools how  many  were visited lately by Ivy League  recruiters handing out  scholarships  for 'deserving' white kids.? Is white  America really responsible for the   fact that the crime and incarceration  rates for African-Americans are   seven times those of white America ?  Is it really white America 's  fault  that illegitimacy in the  African-American community has hit 70  percent and  the black dropout rate  from high schools in some cities has  reached 50   percent?
> Is that the  fault of white America or, first and  foremost, a failure of
> the black  community  itself?
> As for racism,  its ugliest manifestation is in  interracial crime, and
> especially  interracial crimes of violence.. Is  Barack Obama aware that while  white  criminals choose black victims 3  percent of the time, black
> criminals  choose white victims 45 percent of  the time?
> Is Barack aware  that black-on-white rapes are 100  times more common than  the reverse,  that black-on-white robberies were 139  times as common in the  first  three years of this decade as the  reverse?
> We have all  heard ad nauseam from the Rev. Al  about Tawana Brawley, the  Duke rape  case and Jena . And all turned out to  be hoaxes. But about the  epidemic  of black assaults on whites that are  real, we hear  nothing.

> Sorry, Barack,  some of us have heard it all before, about 40 years and 40  trillion tax  dollars ago.
> We are a Christian  Nation even if Mr. Obama says we are not.
> This needs to be passed around  because, this is a message everyone needs  to  hear!!!

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