That's like me going up to the president and telling him how to fix the national trillion dollar debt or going up to a drug addiction and trying to get them clean. I don't know shit about either situation and haven't experienced it enough to offer up ways to fix it.
I disagree there, I think just about anyone could go up to the current president and make suggestions that would be far above anything he would be able to come up with. I think even one of them 5th graders from that stupid TV show could make a better suggestion than he could.....hehe
You took what I said all wrong, I'm saying that the majority of black people want to reject the violent sterotypes, but the movement is not organized, people like Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton are fine, but the community is not as organized
How the hell would you know what the "majority" of black people want? Sharpton and Jackson definitely don't represent the majority of the black community. They each have their own agenda and beliefs which need to be separated from what the black community is actually trying to accomplish. A wise cartoon character once said, "Jesse Jackson is not the spokesperson for black people."
That's like me going up to the president and telling him how to fix the national trillion dollar debt
You know what's said about that? You were probably just saying the largest random number that popped into your head, but in turns out the the actual national debt is NINE times that. We're sitting at just under 9 trillion in debt.
Originally Posted by William Regal
Referring to Jillian Hall's singing: "I should change tonight's main event to Roe vs. Wade, because that was an abortion."