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I've needed to get back to this because the thought left on Facebook are incomplete. They are snippets of idea that I never really fleh out. It is a corruption of the creative process.
Scalia spoke truth about racial entitlement. How do I know it was truth? It brought out the race-baiters. All of them, claiming to be "Civil Right Leaders". Indignant that anyone would claim that there is racial entitlement in this country. At the front of the line, those "great protectors" of "Civil Rights", Jesse Jackson, Ben Jealous (what a perfect name for him). "They spit on me" John Lewis, coward and liar. And let's not forget Al Sharpton. He of the Tawana Brawley lie. They ride around in their fancy limos, wearing their $3000 suits, claiming to protect Black folks from Whitey who wants them back in servitude. These guys don't care about other Blacks. They don't care about Civil Rights. They care about how much money they make and how to ensure that gravy train continues.
Racial entitlement? Plenty of that. Race-based defacto quota systems at Universities and in hiring. Race-based academic achievement standards. Race-based voting requirements. Voter ID. Funded and directed by the Democrat Party, these race-baiters and their programs help drive more dependence, bigger government and more unthinking, uncritical generations of Democrat voters.
Scalia spoke truth. It's obvious.