This is something that we should all be proud of.
What is about "being an American"? Writing a rant designed to appeal to racists and homo-phobes? Or falsely attribtuing the rant to a television personality in an effort to portray HIM as a racist and a homo-phobe?Read this and tell me what you think. This is about being American.
Now THAT's a sentiment we can all be proud of.About a year ago, I became aware of a more serious theft of my name and it is so hurtful to my reputation that it calls for legal action against the thief. Hundreds of people have written asking if I really wrote the 20 detestable remarks made under my name that have had such wide circulation on the Internet.
Some of the remarks, which I will not repeat here, are viciously racist and the spirit of the whole thing is nasty, mean and totally inconsistent with my philosophy of life. It is apparent that the list of comments has been read by hundreds of thousands of Americans, many of whom must believe that it accurately represents opinions of mine that I don't dare express in my column or on television. It is seriously damaging to my reputation.
Hmmm, I just reviewed my posts, and I can't find where I said anything even remotely resembling that statement.So D-man you think that people who are non-citizens, black, yellow or purple deserve something just because they are non-citizens, black, yellow, or purple?
Thats probably true, but who are all these people who believe that? I have never met them or heard of them. I'm guessing you think that it's "all those black people", or something like that? Not that you're a racist or anything...If they believe they are "owed' something because years ago people like them were wronged, then they will wait for that to come.
Once again, who are these people? Have you met any of them? You make it sound like they are everywhere.Welfare, stealing, drug or alchole abuse are an excuse to be a way of life for some people.
So we should expect nothing at all from our society? If thats the case, what's the point of having a society? And there you go again with that "excuse of what happened years ago". What does that mean, and who are all these people using it as an excuse? Do tell...If we continue to allow people to "expect" things from society, for any reason, they will continue to expect. If society begins to expect or demand something in return, they will no longer be able to hide behind that excuse of what happened years ago.