June 06, 2006
he's good, too
If you don't read him already, I want to point you toward another good wordsmith. The guy is good.
Of course, professional black victimhood-brokers don't like him. He's nothing but a house-slave and a porch-monkey to compassionate black "leaders" such as Jesse Jackson and John Conyers. They don't like ANY intelligent, self-made individual, especially when that person is a black male.
The guy doesn't whine and ooze grievance all the time. That's just WRONG in today's world.
Read this money-quote about Congress and its posturing about "tough" border control:
This is one of the most reckless gambles with the future of this nation ever taken by supposedly responsible members of Congress. The idea that we must consult with Mexico before controlling our own borders is staggering -- and revealing.
Also notice what Arlen Specter did on this issue, with his usual display of statesmanship and courage. Which makes me wonder...
If Thomas Sowell is a porch-monkey, just what the hell is Arlen Specter?
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