Bill O'Reilly on Black America
I think there are large pockets of blacks that have learned that they have the right to feel indignation, but have then taken this general feeling of indignation and applied it to institutions and social constructs that are completely legitimate. It's completely understandable why these bad attitudes have emerged, and honestly, it's basically white people's fault that these attitudes have emerged. But still, why is it bad to point out this reality if it actually is part of the problem? While there is much to be indignant about, that can't be an excuse to feel indignant about almost every institution or social construct that is associated with the white majority.
When they said "sit down", I stood up.