Sunday, October 02, 2005

Taken Out of Context

This past week William Bennett said something on his radio show that upset some people. Immediately the Left pulled the quote out of the context to try to make Bennett look like a racist. That is par for the course, but let's look at the bigger picture.

Even out of context, IT'S TRUE!

Simple intelligence tells a person that if you kill everyone, there will be no crime. Why did Bennett chose Black babies in his comment? Could it be that Black folks commit crimes at a higher rate than all other people in this country? Yep, I know that hurts, but it is true. I am not making a character judgment here, there are plenty of factors that add up to produce that fact.

Let's scratch the surface here. Poverty is perpetuated by all the tactics that have been tried to relieve poverty. The old mantra is "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." Am I the only person in this country that understands this? This does not simply apply to fish, Gomer.

In the United States of America, we have made giant strides to cripple the Black community since the late 1950's. Is it odd that this coincides with the beginning on the "War on Poverty"? In the United States there exist some people who hate the poor; these people are known as "Liberals". There are also some people here that think these "Liberals" mean well; we call those people, "Idiots". Anyone that believes that our "War on Poverty" is going well fall in the latter category.

As far as Bennett is concerned, it is probably not smart to speak while Republican, but I have another suggestion. The Left needs to start listening to the intelligent people, like Bennett. I know that you have a masters degree in 15th Century poetry, Moonbeam, but that doesn't mean that you are smart, that means that you are a dumbass. Oh, and put a damn bra on, you're making us all pretty damn sick.

Furthermore, if you want terrorism to drop exponentially, abort all Muslim babies.

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