Quote of the Week: April 20-26, 2014

This week’s quote comes to us courtesy of Valerie Protopapas of Huntington Station, New York:

Frankly, MLK was right (for once) when he said (at least to his WHITE audiences) that it was not the color of skin that mattered but the content of character. Problem is, using that criteria alone, blacks have a BIG problem these days.

Now, some here might say that this isn’t racist, but I beg to disagree. No worries: next time someone reminds you that racism is not simply a southern thing, you can agree by citing this quote from a Long Islander who just happens to be a Confederate heritage advocate.

Wonder what she thinks when she walks down Main Street in Huntington and sees this:



2 thoughts on “Quote of the Week: April 20-26, 2014

  1. Patrick Young April 27, 2014 / 9:09 pm

    When Gary Adams wrote about banning racist speech on his facebook page, Valerie replied:

    “Ah, but the question remains: WHAT CONSTITUTES RACIST SPEECH?! Is it racist to question the elevation of blacks to the point at which they can say and/or do just about ANYTHING without consequence?”

    • Brooks D. Simpson April 27, 2014 / 10:20 pm

      Valerie used to think that right belonged to her alone. Then she met Connie.

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