Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Reverse Racism

It may defeat Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tennessee)

The saddest part of this article is this quote;

"He's not black, and he can't represent me. That's the bottom line," the Rev. Robert Poindexter.

He's not black, but he IS from Memphis, really, what is more important? If a Black man got elected in a white district and someone said he couldn't represent us because he's not white, Al Sharpton would be blocking traffic so fast it would make your head spin.

1 comment:

Bruno said...

I don't agree with your use of the expression "reverse racism". I think it's more appropriate to talk about "anti-white racism". the "reverse racism" expression actually promotes racist stereotypes against white people.

Please see my page : reverse racism Vs anti-white racism