reply to post by Blaine91555
Thanks for your kindness.
There's no way I could know the definitive answer for your question, but I believe the cries of "Racism" will not go far away, neither will they be
gone for long. "Racism" is a powerful tool that has been used for decades, I don't believe that it will be discarded until something equally
hateful is thought up.
Further, I think the "Urban Youth" exception will be brought into play. That's the idea that rappers and urban youth (sometimes used as an
euphemism for Blacks), may use wildly offensive words that others must not for fear of being called racist.
So, The New York Times
is allowed to criticize Obama, 1.) Because they're "brothers," really on the same side, and 2.) Because The
will find a way to make his mistakes either unimportant, or forced by Republicans.
Sadly, I see "Racism" as a weapon in the arsenal being kept ready. I predict you'll see a lot of it in prepration for the 2014 elections.