Originally Posted by 427
I see. You're making the same argument of the left; Those people I listed aren't black enough, they aren't hispanic enough - they aren't down with the struggle.
Those people I listed are self-made. The people you listed, I don't know what to say about the people you listed.
As an atheist minority I have more in common with with the Republicans than I do with the people you listed.
The left is NOT the party of inclusion. The left is intollerant of ANY views that differ than thier own.
How many black people can identify with Herman Cain? (or anyone for that matter) a Millionaire CEO and FED banker?
The left is the part of inclusion (in spite of the people they exclude)
This is not my opinion, this is the way a lot of people see it. Hell, it may not even be right and from my pov it sure isnt fair but it is reality.
You can fight first (and the results of that are failure most often) it or you can understand it and then plan and have a better plan.
In the world to come, each of us will be called to account for all the good things G-d put on earth which we refused to enjoy. ~ The Babylonian Talmud
Whenever you get mad as hell about it all, grab your rifle and head outside. If you are the only one there...it's not time yet
I cross my heart and hope not to die. Swallow evil, ride the sky. Lose myself in a crowded room. You fool, you fool, it will be here soon