Thursday, September 29, 2005
Bill Bennett: "[Y]ou could abort every black ba ... [Media Matters]
Bill Bennett: But I do know that it's true that if you wanted to reduce crime,
you could -- if that were your sole purpose, you
could abort every black baby in this country, and
your crime rate would go down. That would be an
impossible, ridiculous, and morally reprehensible
thing to do, but your crime rate would go down. [Media Matters]
this is a former secretary of education for
the united states of america saying this. if
he does not lose his job i think i will have
a stroke because the frustration.
it is two thousand five! people we are in the
21st century! we are supposed to be getting
smarter, and evolving spiritually, we are
supposed to know the difference between right
and wrong and that a person cannot and should
not be judged based on skin color.
exclamation points and omigawd what is the world coming to
i found this dude's webpage and left him a message:
that is you correct? you should be truly ashamed
of your racism in this day and age.
you should lose your job. don't you realize that
as a broadcasting personality you have real power
to shape people's perceptions? you have abused it
terribly with your "observation" that aborting black
babies would lower crime.
that is a sweeping generality that is totally unfair
to black people in particular and any person with an
ounce of compassion or understanding of the plain fact
that we are all HUMANS on this planet trying to get along.
except those who would rather not. you owe all of your
listeners and every person of african descent in the
world an apology for your statement. the ignorance
of that statement. the incitement to segregation.
i read that you were once secretary of education.
what did you teach? if this is your message you need
to go back to school.
not as eloquent as i might be at 5 pm as opposed to 5 am, but that
really disturbed me so much. we sposed to be making progress not regressing...
oh and check it out...i'm updating the archives and little
by little putting back the pictures that were effectively
lost when my photo server refused, one day. by 2010 i anticipate
that my blog will be clean as a whistle with not one single
placemark in place of a pic. :)
act now to end war and stop racism. another picture from
the Los Angeles demonstration against the war in Iraq on
Who am i, what am i
A picture's worth
I stand on the sand, and I'm rocking grief to sleep in my arms.
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