Well, here we go again. Jayson Blair -- An African American journalist is accused of faking 36 out of 74 news articles at one of the world's leading newspapers. If you've listened to recent reports of this incident, now you begin to see what the media is really thinking. . .words and questions are beginning to creep into the discussion that shows how America has no problems playing the RACE card when it serves its purpose! Yet when Johnnie Cochran does it, they always want to harp on the question, "why don't they just get over it?" On the nightly news, these are some of the words used by the reporter . . . minority affirmative action gone wrong in over his head not as qualified hired because he's Black will this be a "black mark" for all other "minority" journalists seeking opportunities at such high-powered newspapers?. . . This is what's being reported about this situation. It's been suggested that the Editor-in-Chief of the NYT was a personal mentor of Blair's but when asked today whether that is true, now he denies ever having a close relationship with him. Are we surprised? Supposedly Blair was GIVEN a very rare opportunity by having a position at the Times when there are so FEW minorities in those types of positions. Now he's on the front page of every major newspaper in the country and his face is spread across the network news involving a scandal. Is this another way that Blacks are positioned to fail in America? Is this another example of how the system attacks "affirmative action"?