Saturday, September 25, 2010

A look at post-racial America

So much for the healing. The testimony by DOJ lawyer Christopher Coates reveals that many of his colleagues in the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division believe in a two-track justice system: one set of rules for minorities, another set for white people.

Brilliant. A bunch of government lawyers decide that justice is a zero sum game based on race. That ought to bring us all together.

More from Stacy McCain.


JeffS said...

I doubt that Obama actually believes in any "post-racial" America.

If so, then he defines "post-racial" differently than I do. And his definition likely includes terms like "cracker".

RebeccaH said...

Race relations in America are, in some ways, worse than they've been in a quarter century, thanks to the Obama administration, but it didn't start with them. Multiculturalism and political correctness are massively destructive to the unity of the nation, and they've relentlessly been pushed by academics, the media, and the entertainment industry since the radical 60s. Martin Luther King preached a color-blind society, and it's time we got back to that.

Michael Lonie said...

Here I thought that the objection to Jim Crow was that it was wrong, not simply that the wrong ox was being gored. Silly me.

Paco said...

Michael: Bingo! These DOJ fanatics aren't interested in justice, they're interested in payback.

JeffS said...

Precisely, Paco. The current denizens of the DOJ wouldn't mind a little Jim Crow long as they're at the top.

Wankers, one and all.