Discussion in 'Black People Politics' started by Amnat77, Apr 15, 2011.
Dunno, Rev. Sharpton has a point.
good post, Sis. Amnat
I saw this one. Its sad that there's 2 brillant minds here, in conflict, on display.
Theres a youtube vid with Bro Umar Johnson, the psychologist. If I remember correctly, he sided with Cornel West.
What happened to Al Sharpton? Not that Obama is a criminal, but he has overlooked his base.
Sharpton has learned that being a reverend Deke O'Malley,
is more fun then being a reverend Galamason.
And West is asking why is every one turning their back on the Black community whn they need the guidance and focus the most
leaving the Black community, like a hospital without doctors or nurses
& i bet they both went to kennedy's fried chicken on 149th st. and shared a family box and biscuits with some sweet tea right after the show was over.
yea..but Sharpton still brought up very valid points ..i had never thought of the other blacks in government during this whole Obama saga.
yes, Black parents are bitter over a man who championed the community school board elections in the 80s and 90s, and then rolled over and allowed Bloomberg to create a corporate machine out of the education system here in NYC
siding with that idiot Klein and
then riding all over the nation with that other idiot Gnewt Ginrich, supporting the Bush-Drunken Duncan miseducation system,
EVERY-child-left-behind-world-Standards-in math and science
Dr King sat with a racist president and made demands and asked the serious questions about one war,
A Black president coming to Harlem, to see a man who desires to be known as a man following in Dr King's footsteps,
was not questioned, about
I have mixed feelings about this one. While I do enjoy seeing people argue on these types of shows I hate that it had to be two black guys. Also I'm torn between Al and Cornel. They both bring up good points but I'm not sure who I agree with.
Why do you hate that it had to be two blacks guys? Whites argue on TV all the time... it wasn't even an argument it was a spirited debated... and that's how Africans do it, we are very passionate..
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