'Hospital institutionalized racism,' Rev. Al Sharpton's group says
The Rev. Al Sharpton speaking at The NAACP Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner at Cobo Center in Detroit in May 2009.
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#1 Feb 22, 2013
I wonder if Mr. Al Sharpton and his group have ever explored the web-site of Life Dynamics Incorporated, watched the DVD Maafa 21 and asked themselves whether or not there is a link between racism and abortion!!
#3 Feb 25, 2013
While I don't trust that cookie Sharpton, sadly, there often seems to be legitimate content to the grievances he addresses. Sharpton, in one sense, is like Richard Nixon. Nixon was an opportunist and a scoundrel. But Nixon was very intelligent and talented. He achieved useful things, and had he not messed up with Watergate, might have gone on to establish lasting peace with the Kremlin.
Jimmy Carter, in reverse, was a good man with bad results. In the public arena results and character do by no means always go together. I don't like or trust Al Sharpton, but he has his usefulness.
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