Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?
Gregory Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
15 Nov 1996 09:58:09 -0600
Bob Whitaker blathered:
>We object to PC because we've heard it all a thousand times, we've
>had to live under it all our lives, and not a damned bit of it ever
I've got a problem here, Bob. Unless that t-shirted chipmunk whose
mug adorns your web page is a GenXer who's aged *very* badly, you
look like an older cuss [and, If you are what remains of the Robert
Whitaker who edited "The New Right Papers", you *would* be an old
guy]. Am I supposed to take your claim about "living under it all
our lives" at *all* seriously? How do we explain the existence of those
"Colored Only" drinking fountains and washrooms at the bus station?
Nixon's bombing of Cambodia (which was not, I think, Politically
Correct)? And, on a more contemporary note, how do you explain all
those different kinds of folks [mixed by race, national origin, class,
sexual orientation] living up and down the block from me?
If you're going to be at all credible as a spokesweasel for the White
Power Rangers, I think you'll need to appear just a teensy bit less
braindead - While Brian "I'm not Kurt" Smith shows every evidence of
also being afflicted by the swelling and itching of painful ignoroidal
tissues, at least he reads a bit less like a PERL script sitting on
top of an autoresponder. It would be a shame to plummet from your once
exalted position in academia [whatever *that* was] at such a precipitous
rate that you're replaced by Brian Smith. This kind of idiocy, combined
with that "no one gets a science Ph.D. without an IQ of 120" howler
is pinning the CRANK-o-meter even more than usual.
Just a thought....
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