posted on Mar, 30 2010 @ 09:25 PM
Yea I know, it was much easier to expound your hate without fear of being fired and/or dismissed from your position. And then when said minority
attacked you, you can say he attacked me I didn't do anything wrong I was the victim. Instead of instigating a situation. I do believe that maybe
sooner than later that their will be politicians that will try on the state level (already has been done in North Carolina with gays) and it will be
the states that will try to lead the way in order to bring back hate and intolerance again.
You wake up go to work your kids go to school, and you and me hope to have a day of feeling at peace and doing our work and living life at it's
fullest. Then you bump into people at work that start saying racial stuff to you and they knowing that nothing will be done against them, no what mr
black man or woman or hispanic or even white man. You see it's all fun and games to say that this is okay or we didn't have these problems and such
when YOUR AT THE TOP OF THE HILL, but when your at the bottom and don't have control then you see where issues can come into being. Our country has
for the longest been sunk in the water of intolerance and hate. What this does to a people is to make them not only hate others but themselves and
people around them. As the one person put it it was better without sensitivity training (which I hate but not for the same reason, the name alone
when given to someone makes it sound like a joke on what truly happened and that is someone was racists and sexists and need to get slammed for it),
it was already done back before their was a law or mandate and racism and sexism was rampant. With it, we still have it but to a lesser degree.