Or do we just have feelings? I mean, for God's sake, how many people actually THINK in a calm and cool way about the issue of race? All I ever see is people yell, cry, scream, weep, moan, pray, kill, shoot, knife, ooga-booga and booga-ooga over race. They march, they chatter, they stay hushed, they speechify, they crucify. They whip out any of a half-dozen well-worn cliches: Skin color doesn't matter to me. We're all one race, the human race. It's what's inside that counts. Anyone who wants to judge by the color of the skin is crazy. Race is just a social construct. Race relations would go fine if only we could get rid of Jesse and Al. Race relations would go fine if only we could get rid of David Duke. But think? They don't THINK. We post pictures of dancing Hitlers when someone says something we disagree with on race (and that's the so-called CONSERVATIVES). We fire people from their jobs. We bash them in the media. We run them out of office. We call people "racists" over anything and everything. Whites call the NAACP racist, blacks call the tea party racist, even Jimmy Carter is an anti-Semite and Hillary Clinton is a racist. Nobody's safe. I think the reason nobody THINKS about race is because if they did, the conclusions wouldn't be pretty. You'd have concede at some point that race is real, and that if matters, and that races all mashed together isn't really some kind of utopia -- it's more of a hell on earth.