I'm confused. We're supposed to care about Jesse Jackson, or anything he says? But, the last time that might have been true or relevant, none of us had computers to discuss it.Should we be worried about Skylab while we're at it?
Want to know what purported civil rights leaders like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakan, and the like are REALLY about? Try reading Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson's book: 'Scam: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America'. NOTE: Rev. Peterson is black, and has the guts to call it like it is. He stated, way before Obama's recent church speech, the truth that black men must own up to their parental responsibilities. Many of the problems in the black community are a direct cause of fathers that are absent the lives of the children they fathered. Statistics say at least 70% of all black children are born to single mothers. Is there something wrong with this picture? It's hard enough to raise good kids with two good parents around. And then you get clowns like Jesse Jackson, who has the guts to call himself a reverend, takes advantage of poor blacks, by convincing them of their helplessness, and continued need for government handouts. After all, if blacks can get educated and do well for themselves, they won't need Jesse or handouts. Hence, success for blacks equals Jesse's livelihood gets cut off (and Democrats losing a HUGE part of their base. Democrats play Jesse's game too, you see). Lastly, has anyone noticed how little the 'reverend' Jackson acts like a man of God? He has a child out of wedlock, and now says Obama should have his "nu*s cut off". Reverend Peterson indicated Jesses Jackson and his "thugs" actually threatened him for speaking out against Jackson. What a moron... Obama does NOT need clowns like Jesse Jackson trying to help him in his bid for the Presidency. In my opinion, black leaders like Jesse Jackson fear Obama becoming President. You know why? It would show blacks can achieve anything - even the Presidency of the United States! And that would be devastating to the civil rights scammers!
Rick, I wish I had to read a book about it -- but I grew up in Detroit. That city is (and has been for the last 40 years) an object lesson in Jesse's Culture of Entitlement.Someday, when I retire to my unicorn farm, Detroiters will wake up and kick all of those mau-mauing ba$tards out. Hasn't happened yet, though, and doesn't look likely.
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