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http://frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=18040

All he is is a convenient nigger to stick his head out and voice Massa's wishes and hold himself up as a "credit to his race" and a "vision of what Black people can become":

http://www.townhall.com/opinion/columns/davidlimbaugh/2002/08/10/164052.html
With all those types of appearances, with those types of associations, being published in those types of places... Then a Negro has the nerves to beg "Can WE BLACKS (Damn!!! Mimicking that too!@) disagree and ya'll not consider my buck dancin' ass a Sell-Out (though I'm getting paid for nefarious services) and/or an Uncle Tom?"

But, just as the Black CONservatives seem to love to suggest themselves, maybe this has a lot to do with the parenting and upbringing Larry Elder got. His Talk Radio show often featured his mother in occasional segments with her nodding agreement to the younger Elders diatribe. Seems like that's the difference. A family's reinforcement:
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"There came a point when I couldn't look my own people in the face," [Glenn] Loury says, explaining his evolution {{as stated in the article Glenn Loury's About Face}}.

"Everyone else had a place to go... [I could only go] back to Chicago and [I] talked to my uncle about what I was doing. There was a reproachful look in his eyes, a sadness. He said to me: "Eventually I realized I couldn't live like that."
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