April 3, 2013 6:40 pm ET
Group follows the path of other such organizations.
This article appeared in the Baltimore Sun and drew my attention. In today’s society the expression of anything involving either being white or taking issue with the left brings on attacks. For me the bottom line is being white and either middle of the road or conservative clearly plants and X on your back for the left but the question begs, is this fare or a classic case of – the pot calling the kettle black?
Apparently some are upset over the use of the word segregation and yet the most segregated places among our culture are churches.
Now unless someone can point out the word white or the term white student union as being a racists group then please feel free to link your definition.
Now here is the interesting part. Other groups clearly advocate their special interest in an unabashedly way. Here is one sampling of such a group.
Here is another example of a particular group supporting their ethnic agenda.
Now here is a watch dogs list of organizations included in its hate groups state by state. I find it rather ironic that on the one hand CASA is allowed to further immigrant rights without challenge but groups that seek the U.S. to follow its own laws are classified as hate groups.
Someone please explain that to me?
So the rule of what defines a hate group that advocates its agenda depends on its race.
If you follow the rules of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and their definition of hate groups, then the president’s encounter with the Rev. Luis Leon of the Saint John’s Baptist Church would meet that definition. There is an encounter with another religious leader by the name of Rev. Wright who also said some rather hateful things and yet this language or organization is not listed in the SPLC list of hate groups. A double standard or rather a liberal agenda, you decide?
Now looking at the list of – Special Emphasis Days – should I be offended – or if like the White Student Union at Towson State who speaks their mind, be branded a racist who lacks tolerance?
Personally, I stand on the side of Dr. Ben Carson and his views of enough of this political correctness.