KABC's Larry Elder on Herman Cain and Racism

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    Oct 13, 2011 2:42 PM GMT
    Hi Doom. You might want to follow this guy, Larry Elder on KABC in LA.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/10/13/herman_cain_to_blacks_divorce_the_democratic_party_111665.html

    "Cain believes what former slave Booker T. Washington wrote a mere 35 years after slavery ended:

    "When a Negro girl learns to cook, to wash dishes, to sew, to write a book, or a Negro boy learns to groom horses, or to grow sweet potatoes, or to produce butter, or to build a house, or to be able to practise medicine, as well or better than some one else, they will be rewarded regardless of race or colour. In the long run, the world is going to have the best, and any difference in race, religion, or previous history will not long keep the world from what it wants.

    "I think that the whole future of my race hinges on the question as to whether or not it can make itself of such indispensable value that the people in the town and the state where we reside will feel that our presence is necessary to the happiness and well-being of the community. No man who continues to add something to the material, intellectual, and moral well-being of the place in which he lives is long left without proper reward. This is a great human law which cannot be permanently nullified."
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    Oct 13, 2011 2:51 PM GMT
    and Larry's attitude about life goes hand in glove with Gary's.





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    Oct 13, 2011 3:36 PM GMT
    freedomisntfree saidHi Doom. You might want to follow this guy, Larry Elder on KABC in LA.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/10/13/herman_cain_to_blacks_divorce_the_democratic_party_111665.html

    "Cain believes what former slave Booker T. Washington wrote a mere 35 years after slavery ended:

    "When a Negro girl learns to cook, to wash dishes, to sew, to write a book, or a Negro boy learns to groom horses, or to grow sweet potatoes, or to produce butter, or to build a house, or to be able to practise medicine, as well or better than some one else, they will be rewarded regardless of race or colour. In the long run, the world is going to have the best, and any difference in race, religion, or previous history will not long keep the world from what it wants.

    "I think that the whole future of my race hinges on the question as to whether or not it can make itself of such indispensable value that the people in the town and the state where we reside will feel that our presence is necessary to the happiness and well-being of the community. No man who continues to add something to the material, intellectual, and moral well-being of the place in which he lives is long left without proper reward. This is a great human law which cannot be permanently nullified."


    Booker T was OBVIOUSLY a racist!
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    Oct 13, 2011 4:59 PM GMT
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    freedomisntfree saidHi Doom. You might want to follow this guy, Larry Elder on KABC in LA.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/10/13/herman_cain_to_blacks_divorce_the_democratic_party_111665.html

    "Cain believes what former slave Booker T. Washington wrote a mere 35 years after slavery ended:

    "When a Negro girl learns to cook, to wash dishes, to sew, to write a book, or a Negro boy learns to groom horses, or to grow sweet potatoes, or to produce butter, or to build a house, or to be able to practise medicine, as well or better than some one else, they will be rewarded regardless of race or colour. In the long run, the world is going to have the best, and any difference in race, religion, or previous history will not long keep the world from what it wants.

    "I think that the whole future of my race hinges on the question as to whether or not it can make itself of such indispensable value that the people in the town and the state where we reside will feel that our presence is necessary to the happiness and well-being of the community. No man who continues to add something to the material, intellectual, and moral well-being of the place in which he lives is long left without proper reward. This is a great human law which cannot be permanently nullified."


    Booker T was OBVIOUSLY a racist!


    Larry has been called an uncle Tom and Oero (double stuffed I hope) innumerable times.
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    Oct 13, 2011 5:15 PM GMT
    What's your point in posting this? Do you think this absolves you of the racist comments you made as OldGeezer? Or your recent comment about how "pretty dark" your friend is? Is it to deliberately antagonize DoomsDayAlpaca?
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    Oct 13, 2011 5:43 PM GMT
    Balljunkie saidWhat's your point in posting this? Do you think this absolves you of the racist comments you made as OldGeezer? Or your recent comment about how "pretty dark" your friend is? Is it to deliberately antagonize DoomsDayAlpaca?
    YES

    And yes, I have friends who are pretty dark, but I have several who would fit that description so which one(s) are you talking about? If it's Ronnie you're talking about, he's real dark. So now there's a problem with "pretty dark"?

    Let's keep the list real short - what doesn't offend you?
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    Oct 13, 2011 5:56 PM GMT
    I'm trying to find his pic for ya. He's done enough car shows with me I thought I'd have his pic digitally. He’s the one who helped me with the restoration of the silver GP, but those pics are in print. He's an old geezer too, even older than me, but we all are who play with this stuff.
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    Oct 13, 2011 6:11 PM GMT
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    Balljunkie saidWhat's your point in posting this? Do you think this absolves you of the racist comments you made as OldGeezer? Or your recent comment about how "pretty dark" your friend is? Is it to deliberately antagonize DoomsDayAlpaca?
    YES

    And yes, I have friends who are pretty dark, but I have several who would fit that description so which one(s) are you talking about? If it's Ronnie you're talking about, he's real dark. So now there's a problem with "pretty dark"?

    Let's keep the list real short - what doesn't offend you?


    Do you describe your white friends as "yeah, he is pretty pale"? And the fact that you see nothing wrong with this is appalling.
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    Oct 13, 2011 6:37 PM GMT
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    Balljunkie saidWhat's your point in posting this? Do you think this absolves you of the racist comments you made as OldGeezer? Or your recent comment about how "pretty dark" your friend is? Is it to deliberately antagonize DoomsDayAlpaca?
    YES

    And yes, I have friends who are pretty dark, but I have several who would fit that description so which one(s) are you talking about? If it's Ronnie you're talking about, he's real dark. So now there's a problem with "pretty dark"?

    Let's keep the list real short - what doesn't offend you?


    Do you describe your white friends as "yeah, he is pretty pale"? And the fact that you see nothing wrong with this is appalling.


    Yes, especially the red heads. Although I'm Irish, I can and do get pretty dark in the summer. I burn once and then I'm home free for the rest of the summer although I'll probably pay big time for that one of these days

    The car shows are the worst because we're there very early in the morning and we're out all day. In SoCal, that's a problem.

    And btw, If you're that thinned skinned and sensitive 1) stay out of the sun 2) please block me.