I do know being poor has its hardships, but I seriously doubt they compare to those of being black in Arnolds day.<quoted text>
No Mike, you don't get it and furthermore, I'm willing to bet as Arnold, I've got some years on you and being poor was no different than being black. Arnold was judged off his skin color and we were off our clothes and maybe you've heard the statement "white trash", that's what poor people were called when I was young. It had nothing to do with how you lived but with what you had. So don't tell me a damn thing about being black like Arnold, you're a white man, wish all you want but you're still white and it's apparent you don't know what it's like to be poor growing up. However, as poor as we were education was a priority, that's why I never had to take a job in a smokey bar to make ends meet.
I am not likely much younger than you. I have seen quite a bit of discrimination. It continues even today.
The way you blow off the racism as if it were the same as being poor only shows me how republicans justify their agendas by twisting the realities.
It is no wonder you do not condemn Silver for his continual racist views and hateful language towards Arnold.
Thanks for reminding me why I should never reveal any personal information to you.