Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by CrimsonWhite, Apr 1, 2008.
Racism? I think not.
I can understand how white people may feel about being asked to leave however that being said I also understand about the cultural background of how many ( not all ) blacks are raised. I WISH it wasnt this way but culturally speaking it is what it is.
I think it may have been instructive to all the community to say these things in front of all the people.
Not to the black community.
Whoops, I replied to the wrong thread.
meh... I don't think the judge's decision was made with the intent of slighting whites.
this is probably not worth making a big deal out of.
Substitute American Indian for white and say that.
Did you watch the video? It's not like they tapped a keg and called in some ho's and live music.
and yes, had a native American been removed so a WHTIE judge could speak to the cultural downfalls of WHITES then I don't see where the NATIVE would have much room to get too offended.
Liar liar pants on fire.
I took it as having a tremendous amount of concern for "his" people, and being willing to let them know he cared, and that it was hurtful to see them there.
Kudos to this judge, and I'll bet he does a good share of community service things himself!
If what he said has started something that changes the lives of even one or two, gives them the motivation to work on their lives, then he succeeded.
This judge is a truth teller and to me, a fine person.
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