I'm not kidding you and I haven't any idea what prompts Chris to post what he does, I'm not Chris. And it doesn't matter that you weren't comparing the influence between a topix poster and the power of Sharpton & Jackson. That influence cannot be ignored or declared temporaily moot for your convenience. That influence I presume is an intricate part of why we're talking about this.<quoted text>You gotta be kidding me.
That's a distinction without a difference, and you know it. You know damned good and well I wasn't comparing the influence of Chris the Topix poster with Sharpton and Jackson.
Chris is cutting and pasting his links to the black on white hate crime outrage(s) du jour from sources using a methodology comparable to that of Sharpton and Jackson.
If it's race baiting when Sharpton and Jackson do it, how is it not the same (even if on the obvious but for some reason necessary to state) scale when he does it?
Maybe he thinks white on black crime seems to make headlines and black on white crime often goes relatively unnoticed. Maybe he's aiming for that "even playing field" Obama keeps referencing. Maybe Chris doesn't feel it's "fair" that African Americans have BLACK LEADERS like Sharpton & Jackson who have the power to access millions and white people don't have the equivalent to represent their civil rights. Maybe he's still annoyed about the Tawana Brawley case or the Duke lacrosse team miscarriage of justice. I don't know, ask Chris.
All I wanna know is why Sharptons head looks so disproportionately large.