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Reply to "The Myth Of The Absent Black Fathers"

Originally Posted by Thetaxman:
Originally Posted by DennisKalita:
Originally Posted by Thetaxman:
Originally Posted by DennisKalita:
Originally Posted by Thetaxman:
Originally Posted by sunnubian:
Originally Posted by Thetaxman:
Originally Posted by sunnubian:
Originally Posted by Thetaxman:
 

If you'd like to present actual facts to the contrary, I'd be glad to look at them. But so far, it just looks like you're speaking from emotion and not reality. 

 

I'm speaking from reality, and not from Racist Propaganda.  I'm speaking for what I see and witness with my own eyes, and I'm speaking from a background in Social Services, Legal Services, Family Services, and Reality, not fromracist propaganda soundbites, slanted "studies" and "surveys" and "statistics".

I just gave you a study from the CDC. The exact same government org that published the study this article uses to make the claim that black fathers spend more time nurturing their kids. It sounds to me that you think that any facts that don't agree with your narrow view of the world are "racist propaganda". Things won't change in the black community until you recognize that the problem is from within. You act like the lack of a father in the home has no affect on the black community. If you believe that then you're hopeless. 

 

HATERS, RACISTS, SELF-HATERS AND THOSE BRAINWASHED BY RACIST PROPAGANDA WILL BE BLOCKED.

Well it's a good thing I'm none of these. Please name one thing I've done that would indicate the contrary. This article references a government study and makes wildly incorrect conclusions from the results. A fact of the matter is single parent homes have adverse affects on children. Another fact about the matter is that the black community has the highest rate of one parent homes. Another fact is that the the black community is below the poverty line at non-proportional rates. Pointing this out is not racism or hatred. If you truly want to help the black community, you need to acknowledge this instead of pretending that the black community does not have an unproportional level of dysfunctional families. Until this is addressed, prosperity will be fleeting at best. 

Stop it,  Birdshit!  MCB has banned you from this site. Everyone sees through your disgusting racism. Here you are playing the Mr. Reasonable game soon to be followed by your scummy racist humor. Aren’t you unhappy enough being a brat in your own family?  Stop jerking off and amusing yourself by being an ugly little  pest here!! Stop it!!

Racism is the notion that one race is superior or inferior to another. I don't think that at all. I think blacks are equal in every way. Therefore I am not a racist. Nor am I going to stoop to insults (or font changes). You don't even know my race. However, I will agree with one thing you've said. I am Mr. Reasonable. I do use reason. Scummy racist humor? I don't think anything's funny about watching a large portion of society grow up in single parent home  (or with grandma.) , and not having one shred of hope at success. 

Tell me this. What do you think is going to happen to the black community as technology advances? Did you know Wal-Mart is ten years away from using robots to stock shelves. They won't need cashiers to check people out either. You'll just roll the buggy out the store and RFID scanners will detect what's in the buggy and bill your account. Robots will be flipping burgers and picking up trash also. Basically every job done by the poor and much of the middle class will eventually be automated. What's going to happen to the black community unless it makes real changes and develops the skills needed for success in a technological future? 

Stop it,  Birdshit!  MCB has banned you from this site. Everyone sees through your disgusting racism. Here you are playing the Mr. Reasonable game soon to be followed by your scummy racist humor. Aren’t you unhappy enough being a brat in your own family?  Stop jerking off and amusing yourself by being an ugly little  pest here!! Stop it!!

Brat in my own family? Let me guess, you think I'm some sort of silver spoon trust fund baby. Guess again. I grew up dirt poor and so did my wife. Neither of our families ever took a dime of welfare. My wife worked hard while I went to school and then I worked while she went to school. I'm now a CPA and she's a pharmacist. I have a strong, close knit family and beautiful daughter. Here's a picture. I know it must be nice for you to hang onto the notion that I'm some kind of yuppie that never worked a day in my life. But no, I've worked from the ground up and built a great life for myself. Now my daughter, she will be spoiled. 

I'm off to enjoy my weekend now. 

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