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Re: “Former editor of Rand Paul’s Neo-Confederate staffer talks about the Southern Avenger

I want to thank Chris for denying Jacks' request. After writing numerous responses to his propaganda in the past, I was astounded that not more of the "good Christian white folks" did not tear him a new AHo. I am so sick and tired of the good folks that sit on their butts that say and do nothing. Could it be that they secretly support the views of Jack Hunter. To quote the Barber of Birmingham, "The worst thing a man (woman- my addition) can do is nothing".

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Posted by communityman on July 21, 2013 at 12:47 PM

Re: “Trayvon Martin rally planned for Saturday at Custom House

Cecil, you are making assumptions based on what I believe to be what a child murder and a man with a violent past said. You have no proof of what TM did other than what GZ said. What I do know is that GZ followed a child even though he was told not to follow him. I wonder how you would feel if your 17 year old son was followed by an adult on a rainy night and ended up dead. I am sure you would not accept the plea of self defense. All parents' tell their children to avoid strangers and to run if they feel they are in danger, which is exactly what TM did in this situation. What proof do you have that TM did anything other than that? A medical professional testified that GZ wounds were very minute, makes me wonder how so much blood came from pin punctures. Give me a break!!

Posted by communityman on July 21, 2013 at 12:22 PM

Re: “Who gets to decide the future of Charleston?

The old tired argument that because you and your ancestors have a long history in Charleston, you are more qualified to say what's best for the city is ludicrous. Let’s say this argument has some merit, then why isn’t the African-American, whose ancestors came over on slave ships more influential when it comes to what’s best for Charleston. African-American businesses in Charleston do not exist on any scale, City of Charleston government do not have any African-American men as department heads or Directors, local banks, law and accounting firms, insurance companies, zoning and development boards, etc. have very few African-Americans in position of authority. What's operating here is the “good old boy system”. I think you get the picture.

Posted by communityman on July 28, 2011 at 10:30 AM

Re: “ACORN and Medicaid abuse are glimpses into the problem of big government

Jack Hunter you are a joke. You are still riding the ACORN bandwagon and unfortunately many of your non-thinking followers will believe anything you or people of your like mind say without giving it a second thought. Why don't you give it a rest and find something constructive to write about that will really make a difference in the lives of Charleston area residents.

Posted by communityman on July 28, 2011 at 10:07 AM

Re: “South Carolina's cultural DNA keeps us living in the past

That DNA is not only alive and well in the state's politicians, business owners, corporate excutives, etc., it shows up in bank loan officers who refuse to finance homes or businesses for African Americans, sheriff deputies and policemen also have the DNA, which allows them to view and treat minority citizens with distain, its also evident in local government officials when you notice the vast majority of directors, department heads and those in position of authority are lily white. I could go on, but I'm sure most of you reading this post get it.

One more point, how can the poor whites continue to support a regime that works against their best interest? Maybe the benefits of "white privledge is worth it to them.

Posted by communityman on February 2, 2011 at 12:02 PM

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