Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's Newspaper of Record

Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's
Newspaper of Record

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Like A Headstrong Infant Flinging the Toys Out of the Crib, The New York Times Just Keeps Spewing The Drivel.

Wishful thinking or the most sinister form of outright deception?

"It Takes A Village"

From the article:

Another attempt by the social justice communists at the New York Times to try to convince us that the most worthless consumers in society are as good as, if not better than, the majority of producers.

Annnnnd, he goes on:


Anonymous said...

Ah yes what a reasonable comparison or pehaps I should say threat. Waste millions on educating the ineducable or incarcerate or warehouse them in another fashion. I think all but the most far left lefty would admit in private company that integration has been a complete and utter failure. It is things such as these amonst others that have brought this country to its economic knees. I also like Mr. Blow's smug expression, it causes one to wonder if he has just been blown,blown someone, or had some whitey funded blow.

Anonymous said...

Recent years have seen an explosion in this particular sort of social advocacy: "Whatever it takes", "It takes a village", Geoffery Canada, Harlem Childrens' Zone, etc.

It is implicitly acknowledged that the people these programs are designed to benefit are incapable of functioning in society in a normal manner, i.e. by holding down jobs, paying taxes, and raising their own children.

Such articles then present us with a false dilemma: If we don't pay for a team of social workers, tutors, babysitters, coaches and psychologists for round-the-clock monitoring of "disadvantaged urban youths" until they become adults and other taxpayer-funded agencies begin to bear the costs of keeping them alive, we will be punished by being robbed, assaulted, raped or murdered, and then must pay even more for the incarceration of these "people" - after all, it was our "choice", right?

It would be nice to see some well-thought-out studies or articles about the development of this demographic group in the US for most of the 20th century, a time period in which their numbers, as a percentage of the total US population, were constantly declining, at least until the 1960s, when large-scale funding efforts began. It seems that without massive campaigns of government-mandated wealth transfer, black people do not survive.

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Anonymous said...

The problem is that the issue is presented as an 'either or': either we fund Headstart or we fund prisons for the niggers who have been deprived.

The issue is really the following: we pay for Headstart and we pay for prisons, mental institutions, and homeless shelters, as none of the early interventions have work at all.

Anonymous said...

Last line should read 'work at all'.

Anonymous said...

The smirk on that african's face is very irritating.

kev said...

look at the fact oids before ya say hope,,,,,