calling the bias spade a spade
pk subban is both black, and a montreal canadien. i will swear to you i disrespect him because he is a whining diver, but you will have to take my word for it its not because he's black. you know the excuse i would posit for truth, that any errors in my judgment are because he's a montreal canadien, and that's the way bruins fans think, but you will draw your own conclusions.
the analogy for black, barack obama and democrats, is that birthers swear to us they disrespect the pres because he's illegitimate, which we will take here for the logical equivalent to his being a whining diver, as both are against the relative rules of their positions. however, whereas any bruins fan can cite chapter and verse on every pk subban dive, embellishment and cheap shot to support their point, birthers fail to meet this primary criteria for arguing against racism--there is no possible way to articulate why a legally relevant birth record does not make their position moot. barack obama is indeed a natural-born us citizen, and eligible on that basis to be president.
the natural and logical excuse and explanation for this persistent and pernicious error or opinion is bias. those arguing against racism being that bias have the obvious fact that barry is a democrat and a vast majority of the birthers are republicans to explain most of it. there's the troubling demographic of birther democrats to explain, but maybe that's a hillary/barry thing. independent birthers are troublesome still, but maybe we'll give them the benefit of their being, apparently, against everything to explain such lunacy. but it couldn't possibly be racism, could it?
shall we accept class warfare as the next level of denial?
it couldn't possibly be racism, could it?