another black mascot of Wall Street oligarchs who is not doing enough for black people.
No, weve been too much for black people. We’ve funneled millions, if not trillions into their cause, not even including the effort required, while they sit back and feel sorry for themselves.
What they need to do is start DOING FOR THEMSELVES: Here are a few simple suggestions:
1. Take seriously the perfectly fine public education provided to you.
2. Stay off drugs and the gangsta lifestyle.
3. Marry the baby momma or daddy. Stay married.
4. Stop blaming others for your problems.
Seriously, how can these men call themselves “scholars?”
What is so unconscionable about black unemployment rates, which were as high as16.7 percent in 2011, is that unemployment has moral as well as financial implications.
Oh great. And now we will be lectured to as to how immoral black unemployment is?
Talk about immoral: how about the laviciousness of the black urban rap music genre. Ever really sat down and listened to the lyrics in that crap?
How about the immorality of having millions of children out of wedlock, literally boasting about it as if its “cool,” and expecting the state to pick up the tab? How about the black on black murders happening all around us? Who is committing these acts? No one FORCES these people to behave this way.
I’m just SO tired of the black community shoving off their irresponsible behaviors on everyone else. It is if they are never culpable for ANYTHING. Some of them would kill another for a pair of tennis shoes.
They can F off as far as I’m concerned. They’ve been given EVERY opportunity and more. No one EVER gave me a dime. I’ve just worked hard and behaved myself. Why can’t they do the same?
Nearly 80% of the poor are the children of unwed teen mothers without a HS education. If they’d put the baby up for adoption and then accept mandatory birth control until age 21 or a GED, whichever comes first, America would end poverty in a single generation.
You are demanding personal responsibility?
Well that’s just racist right there...