Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Cowering Whites Keep Sharpton In Power

Pictured on the cover of the 8/12/10 issue of Newsweek Magazine is a portrait of Al Sharpton.

To the left of the infamous rabble rouser's visage, the title reads, "The Reinvention Of Reverend Al: From Tawana To Obama (What Sharpton's Longevity Says About Race In America)."

What it says is that White Americans have been so beaten over the head with the threat of being labeled "racist" that most are too afraid to expose this huckster for what he is.

At best, Sharpton should only be brought out occasionally as a semi-entertaining buffoon to serve as a foil on media interview programs rather than as any serious kind of policy visionary.

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