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    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 5:20 pm

    According to Al not so Sharpton, black men can’t be held responsible for their actions or how they raise their children, because the government hasn’t passed enough bills to help them. If I were a black person I’d be completely offended by that comment. He’s saying black people aren’t capable of what poor white people are cable of. They’re somehow less capable of getting out of poverty on their own, working hard, going to school, and getting a job. They’re just as capable as anyone. They’ve just been programmed to play the victim roll and wait for the government to give them money. It’s sad, because they could have successful lives without the influence of race baiters like Sharpton brain washing them.

    On Sunday, Al Sharpton appeared on NBC’s Meet The Press to fulfill his weekend race-baiting quota, discussing the grand jury results in the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. After Chuck Todd asked Sharpton about addressing the problem of “economic hopelessness” in the black community – Garner was arrested for selling “loosies,” cigarettes outside the pack, illegally – Sharpton explained that he supported a “jobs bill…infrastructure development.”

    Then he continued by explaining that if Congress didn’t pass such bills, black men could not be held responsible for taking care of their children:

    You can’t kill a jobs bill and infrastructure and then tell men to take care of their families. You can’t have it both ways.

    Actually, you can. It turns out that taking care of your family is a basic facet of being a decent human being.

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