Have you ever said any of the seven things below? If so, then you just might be a racist.
Well, actually, that’s not true. If you’ve ever said any of the seven things below, you’re definitely a racist.
So, you know: Stop it. Stop being a racist. Stop it right now.
For one, it’s just so blazingly stupid.
And you don’t anyone to think you’re stupid, right?
Right? Nobody wants that.
Therefore, on behalf of sane people everywhere, thank you, friend, for wildly attacking your own tongue with a fork, or a screwdriver, or whatever’s nearest at hand that can stop you, mid-sentence, should ever you find yourself about to utter any of these things:
I’m not a racist, but …
Why don’t black people just get over it already, and quit being so sensitive? Nobody who’s alive today had anything to do with slavery. It’s time to let go of the past already, and move on.
If making it as a black person in America is so hard, how do you explain people like Colin Powell, Clarence Thomas, and Barack Obama?
All kinds of foreigners, of every color, come to this country and make it. Why do so many blacks fail, when so many Asians, for instance, succeed?
God forbid we should ever do or say anything that’s not “politically correct.”
When I look at a person, I don’t see the color of their skin. I just see a person. Why do we have to be so hung up on color all the time?
How come you never hear anything about discrimination against white people?