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    Our resident race relations expert (you gots 2 chill) has chosen Tim Wise as an iconic authority on the topic of what is right and wrong in America:

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    Surely by now you've heard the news. Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. (who TIME Magazine has named one of the most influential persons in the United States, and who is arguably the most cited black scholar on the planet) was recently arrested.

    btw, Tim Wise is a white man

    If you care to read the 3 acts:

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    Please share your opinion/input on Tim Wise and his viewpoints:

    In this clip Mr. Tim Wise explains that IF the U.S. had MORE FAIR dealings with our latin american neighbors with regard to trade/export there would be LESS illegial immigration (about half way through)...



    Please weigh in and tell us your general thoughts on Mr. Tim Wise and his assertions about race, immigration, Obama...
    Pat Eason, the voice of reason...

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    White guilt at its best. No doubt he is all for giving our country away! Rich white people equates to EVIL!!!

    I guess I am misinformed, or what I have read was just a lie. I thought we paid Mexico for the land....?
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    Sorry, I haven't the time to waste on this idiot. I read a couple deals he wrote sometime back and he's just chasin' fame and a buck playing the same games as Mikey Moore, the Revs, and Quanell X.
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    Tim Wise seems like nothing more than an uber-trendy, pseudo-intellectual, that tries to act like he is educated beyond his intelligence. What annoys me most about him is how he pretends to favor civil rights as he supports autocratic and authoritarian ideologies and he pretends to be an anti racist as he works to stir up more racial animosity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eliminatedsprinter View Post
    Tim Wise is just another ubber-trendy, pseudo-intellectual, that tries to act like he is educated beyond his intellegence..
    Ah ES, an excellent description.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Texan View Post
    Ah ES, an excellent description.
    Thanks, but ya got me before I could finish editing.
    P.S. That phrase (educated beyond his intelligence) is from Brander Matthews.
    Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
    C.S. Lewis

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    Sort of the "Perez Hilton" of racial piggy backers?
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    Tommy please remove all Jimsplace quotes from your sig and don't put more back. He doesn't like it and it is against the rules. Thank you.
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    If the media hadn't reported that two "African Americans" were suspected of breaking into a house, this whole bs story would have never been news.

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