THIS JUST IN: CALL & POST HAS A POINT

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From his blog at The Root, Jimi Izrael puts the Aunt Je-Nina scandal into an entirely different context:

This tempest is the kind of black on black coonage white media loves — loves to see high-falootant Darkies argue over that which does not matter. Because in the meantime the third most undereducated city in America is like Pompeii in the last days — everyone is packing up and moving to the suburbs en masse to escape the stench of rotting infrastracuture .... at least.... you HOPE that's what it is.

Is the rendering racist and misogynistic, as the one writer put it? No. It's everything political commentary is supposed to be: pointed, biting and provacative. The Call and Post finally has something it has rarely ever had: a point. The editorial writing sucks, but this picture is worth a thousand words. Bravo, I say. Job well done. Everything does not have to be about uplifting Da Race.

Read the whole thing.

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