September 23, 2009

Once is a mistake; two, three times is a trend

Reverend Jeremiah Wright. Bill Ayers. Father Pfleger. John Holdren. Van Jones. And now (again) ... Mark Lloyd.

Lloyd has already been discussed here, notably for his ... "perspective" on the 1st Amendment. Now, Seton Motley has written about Lloyd's rather controversial racial comments (gee, a surprise coming from this administration -- again, see Wright, Pfleger, Jones) regarding media reform:

This ... there's nothing more difficult than this. Because we have really, truly good white people in important positions. And the fact of the matter is that there are a limited number of those positions. And unless we are conscious of the need to have more people of color, gays, other people in those positions we will not change the problem.

We're in a position where you have to say who is going to step down so someone else can have power.

At least it's ... "comforting" to know that Lloyd thinks there are "truly good white people" out there. Then again, despite this belief, these "good people" in important positions remain "a problem." And since, in Lloyd's [warped] mind it is a problem, he's gonna tell who's gotta check out.

The funny thing is, white liberals who will essentially automatically go to bat for a nitwit like this won't know how to answer someone who asks them "Why don't you give up your position so that an 'underrepresented' person can have it?" Just try it. It's quite hilarious to watch their reaction.

Posted by Hube at September 23, 2009 03:50 PM | TrackBack

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