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Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Culture Of The Smug White Liberal


By Huffington Post, Aug 17, 2016 

I have spent my life as a Democrat which probably isn’t that surprising considering that I am African-American. One of the things that always attracted me to the party were the ideals of equality, fighting for the little guy and our openness to differing opinions, but lately I have seen my party take a turn that makes me uncomfortable. Somewhere along the way we stopped fighting for the little guy and became the party of the smug, educated elites who look down on those with less education and deem them unable or unworthy of being able to make personal decisions for their own lives.

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2 comments:

  1. Mr. Elder, thanks for sharing that article. I found she had very good points. One of those that struck me was the following:
    "My own city has a stop and frisk policy in place (even after promises of stopping it), but is also a sanctuary city for undocumented immigrants. It’s ironic that the liberal elites proudly proclaim the inhumanity of deportation which could break up the families of these immigrants, but they are more than happy to justify the need to send black men and women to prison for minor infractions, thus separating the families of American citizens. Where is the outrage for our families? "
    This really hit home. She nailed it.

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  2. "One of the things that always attracted me to the party were the ideals of equality, fighting for the little guy and our openness to differing opinions"... hold it right there.

    Ideals of equality. Okay, I can see that. Fighting for the little guy, as in workers unions, standing up to the big corporations. Alright. Openness to differing opinions, not so much. Either you're a fellow Democrat or you're unhinged.

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