In her commencement speech at Tuskegee University, in Alabama, Michelle Obama might think she covered just about all the little aspects of racism that pertain to Black people in America. WRONG! She forgot the most important one. The one that pertains to Blacks (and whites, and other races) more than anything else, over the past 51 years. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.
Affirmative Action is the racism of low expectations. It remedies
nothing; it's instrumental in perpetuating the belief that blacks are
inferior students and workers.
This racial discrimination scourge has probably reduced the livelihoods
of hundreds of millions of White people and other non-Blacks, far more
than any of the questionable things Michelle was talking about. One
would think that if someone as high profile as the First Lady would give
a speech, and that speech was about racism, that it would include the
BIG ONE. Well, it didn't, and maybe that was a chunk of racism, right
there. To give a speech like that and omit something as huge as
affirmative action, is tantamount to giving approval to that
long-lasting, abomination of liberal hypocrisy.
So now, Michelle, you could atone for that. Just make a public statement
against affirmative action, and lend some sympathetic word to the
massive number of victims, whose lives have been marginalized by it. And
suggest a nationwide ban on ALL racial discrimination, affirmative
action included. But I said you "could" do that. I didn't say you would