Our Nation ( the United States) is fragmenting into factions that won't compromise. There is nothing bipartisan about our Congress or Senate. Sides have been chosen, a distinct line drawn in the sand and everyone has pretty much decided which side they are on. Personally, I don't want to be a white minority in a country full of low riders and taco stands. Does that make me a bigot or racist. Maybe? I don't know if it does and frankly I don't care. It is true regardless.
|I ancestors landed in the Virginia Colony in 1677 from England. We have been here for 340 years! We never owned slaves!|
I didn't want to see my children marry black people and I didn't want half white grandbabies. If that makes me racist then I am racist. I want my grandchildren to be white like me! Thank goodness, they are! What is wrong with feeling that way? I am sure there are black grandparents out there who feel the same way. Are they prejudice for feeling that way or just me? Why does that make me a bad person in the eyes of today's liberal society? I realize that interracial marriage is becoming more commonplace but that doesn't mean I have to agree with it. I must tolerate it, I don't have to condone it. There is a major difference there I think!
Succumbing to political correctness and buckling under to liberal pressure to somehow make up for the past by eliminating confederate statues and flags is not fair. You can have a Black Heritage Month celebrated in America but Southern Pride and honoring Confederate veterans is racist? NO, NO, and HELL NO! I don't object to black folks having equal rights but I got a big problem with my rights being taken away to make them happy. I am a White Man! Don't try and make me ashamed in order to punish me for history.