President Barack Obama on Sunday described comments reportedly made by the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers as racist, before casting them as part of a continuing legacy of slavery and segregation that Americans must vigilantly fight. (April 27)
Seriously???? I don’t want to defend Mr. Sterling, but don’t we all have a right not to like a group of people or not want to socialize with a group of people? If he is wrong so are most of us, because we all choose the people that we want in our circle and the one’s we do not. He was trying to explain to his girlfriend that it is not good for his reputation to be associating with black people unless it is for business purposes. He has that right, and we have the right not to patronize anything he supports. Let’s not vilify someone based on racists comments made in private unless we are willing to vilify ourselves.
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