This is a fascinating column by black racist Eugene Kane of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. He is among black writers who feel President Obama hasn't done enough to deal with the crisis of black unemployment. One such column elicited a response from a black Milwaukee businessman who said it's not lack of jobs, it's lack of will by black men to hold a steady job. The contortionist act Kane goes into to try disagree with "George" while conceding George knows what the hell he's talking about and Kane doesn't is hysterical. Kane calls this the same type of "racist blather of some politicians and media types."
Is "George" a racist? A black man who has turned his life around and now sees the systemic problem in the black community that the so-called "black leadership," which in Milwaukee includes Eugene Kane, refuses to see, is racist? Of course not, he's just wrong, according to Kane. So what's really funny here is how Kane tells the black male community to stop being the way George says they are so they can prove George wrong. Watch out Eugene, you're going to pull a muscle stretching that way.