July 25, 2016

Bill O’Reilly on America’s Race Problem

Yes, it's all been said before. Yes, it will all be said again. The plight of the "Left Behind" African-Americans will only be exacerbated as the remnant becomes more intractable in the future. No, nothing substantive will be done about it. The race hustlers from the president down to the parasites like Sharpton, Jackson, the Congressional "Black" Caucus, and the #BlackLiesMatter crowd prefers to keep their remnant poor, pregnant, addicted, and criminal. It's good for their "business." It's easier to feed off them.

"It's all been done before
It's all been written in the book
But when there's too much of nothing
Nobody should look."

Still, O'Reilly clears the mind and refreshes the palate with a plate sized helping of the truth.

[ HT: -- Iowadog]

Posted by gerardvanderleun at July 25, 2016 8:45 AM
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For the first time, so far as I know, a society of intellectuals has conducted an experiment in unnatural selection and survival of the least fit. Their answer to the result is the war on noticing.

Posted by: james Wilson at July 25, 2016 10:10 AM

Bill O'Reilly. I'll be God-damned.

I will also take the opportunity to blow this particular bugle once again:

The original purveyor of the glorification of low-class behavior was Col. Tom Parker, selling Elvis as "The White Boy Who Sings Like A Negro." I'll also go on record as claiming that somebody taught The Pelvis to wriggle fo de white gals. He didn't learn that singin fo his mama, you can blieve that.

How many middle-class white kids have destroyed their lives trying to be more like ghetto blacks? Hmmm?

Posted by: Rob De Witt at July 25, 2016 6:38 PM

The neocon filth refreshes only when one vomits at its antics.

Posted by: Bill Jone at July 27, 2016 8:13 PM