- Jan 19, 2011
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Do we really need a race-baiting exhibit though?The Smithsonian periodically has oddball exhibits they stick here and there. Some of it you can miss because it is stuck in a showcase in an intersection or something. It is no different than having most of the stuff they have--just new junk to get people who have stopped coming in to come in again. Archie's chair, Fonzi's jacket--it is all cultural paraphernalia.
The case had nothing to do with race itself, but it did have a profound impact on the discussion of race in America, even though it shouldn't have. It was important, and these types of cases are what the Smithsonian usually collects objects from.Never said it did but you when use a so called symbol of race issues when the case had nothing to do with race then yes in this case is race baiting.
Most racists hate discussing race for they know where that might lead.I am beginning to get the impression that in the minds of people who shriek out "race baiting" every time the problem is pointed out are doing so simply are not ready to look at themselves. If there are legitimate cases of racism but every time someone points it out they are race baiting....what are we to do?
You couldn't be more wrong.Most racists hate discussing race for they know where that might lead.
Most racists can't deal with the fact that they are, and say so. Those that can and see it is a good thing, live for it.You couldn't be more wrong.
Racists love talking about race for the very reason of where it might lead. It gives them the opportunity to display their perceived superiority. Even those who feign to speak for the "group," do so out of a sense of superiority.
I wish I had it. I'd put it up on Ebay and make a fortune.Smithsonian director wants Trayvon Martin's hoodie - Washington Times
When you think stupid can get any stupider... nature finds a way.:roll: