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Reply to "On Condoleeza Rice & the Troubling Way We Define "Being Black"?"

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Originally posted by blackbutterfly:
...we find a way to distance ourselves from them. We should be proud. Usually the only people that our young ladies can look up to are shaking their behinds in videos. Now they don't just see entertainers but a strong political figure.


She has distanced herself from the majority of African people. Perhaps she is reaping what she's sown.

There's no reason to be proud of her if you do not agree with her politics. I don't and simply because she's Black doesn't earn my pride or respect. She has attached her star to a corrupt administration. She was not qualified to be Nat'l Sec. Advisor (she's not alone in this administration of not being qualified for their former and current positions), and she is certainly not qualified to be in the position Powell vacated. She's not a diplomat, and it shows. There is no reason to be proud of her because she shares the color of my skin. She remains a Skeeza!
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