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No, We are Not Racist

October 5, 2016
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So let me get this straight.  Socialists and Social Justice Warriors say we are deeply racist.  They say this after we elected a black Democrat president two times.  They say this even after we had Herman Cain and Ben Carson as candidates for the Republican party.  The Republicans also had three candidates of Hispanic or Indian decent  in this primary election.  We are not racist or xenophobic, but the race industry needs us to be.  That is sad.. and sad that so many people believe we are racist.

The sources of minority failure are rooted in culture, not in race.  My wife described the rules for financial success years ago when she studied income disparity as a graduate student.  The formula is simple.

  1. Graduate from high school.
  2. Remain sober.
  3. Stay employed.
  4. Stay out of jail.
  5. Get married and stay married.
  6. Live modestly and save a little money every paycheck.
  7. Invest cautiously.

Some think that is racists, but they are wrong.  That advice is smart.  It works for people of any race.

I said it was simple.  I didn’t say it was easy.BW shake
~_~_

Rob

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 6, 2016 8:26 am

    “I said it was simple. I didn’t say it was easy.”

    And that is key. Sometimes the simplest things are the hardest to implement or stay committed to.

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  2. explainist permalink
    October 17, 2016 7:57 am

    the reality of the lefts incessant cries of racism:

    there is an implied addendum to “racist”: ( dis-missed ). when they accuse you of racism, they believe in their mind like thing that they have invalidated you as a human being, and therefore invalidated your argument. that is a prize for the intellectually bankrupt. they get results without performance.

    accusation of racism is an example of thought limiting speech. rendering your opponent invalid is ever so much easier than formulating and expressing a cogent, lucid and articulate argument.

    have you ever heard or read a cogent, lucid and articulate argument from a person who accused another person of racism?

    I didn’t think so.

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