Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Another Game Of Who Said?

Who was it that said:

"As all of us saw on television, there is also some deep, persistent poverty in this region as well. And that poverty has roots in a history of racial discrimination, which cut off generations from the opportunity of America. We have a duty to confront this poverty with bold action."

A. Rev. Al Sharpton
B. Rev. Jesse Jackson
C. John Edwards
D. George W. Bush
E. Howard Dean

If you said D. George W. Bush give yourself 10 points.

Yes, President George W. Bush said it in his address to the nation from New Orleans. David Limbaugh and Star Parker are not to thrilled about the comment. Neither am I. How is there racism in a place where 7 out of 10 are black.

New Orleans and race -- revisited by David Limbaugh

Bush's rhetoric about race is troubling by Star Parker

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