When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia made his infamous statement pertaining to ‘racial entitlements,’ maybe he, like the rest of the country, is fed with with this newly recreated sense of reverse racism that’s becoming a norm in a country that’s bigger and better than the Liberal spin.
Maybe Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee isn’t cut out to be a representative, especially when she gets offended by the truth. Just maybe, she doesn’t quite understand exactly what the Justice actually said.
‘Whenever a society adopts racial entitlements, it is very difficult to get out of them through the normal political processes,' is exactly what Scalia said.
Just maybe, Scalia wasn’t talking about welfare, food stamps, medicaid or extended unemployment benefits which are all entitlements, but not what Scalia was talking about.
During the late 50s and early 60s, Southern Democrats spear headed the movement of poll taxes, qualifications, procedures and less we forget, lynchings, cross burnings, the while robes, hoods and all in the name of Christianity. Now this is reflective of ‘racial entitlements.’ Care to reflect back on that ‘difficult political process’ to end those racial entitlements?’
Let’s consider Attorney General Eric Holder’s Texas requirement to show an ID at the polls as a form of ‘poll taxes.’ Now if we are to take the Justice’s comment out of context and put it in the frame of mind of the perspective it’s perceived to be, anybody and everybody who’s on entitlements would have to have an ID, so what’s the problem?
Perhaps Scalia was referring to the ‘racial entitlement’ of the New Black Panthers, who can now, stand freely at the polls, intimidating Whites with clubs and shouting racial slurs, that Holder’s Justice Department, to this day, deem worthy because of past behavior on behalf of Southern Democrats. This too, is a ‘racial entitlement.’
Realistically speaking, minorities won’t be hurt with, or without the Civil Rights Act of 1965. It has been 48 years and the country was doing just fine, until this administration came along. The only thing that would be hurt without the Act is the Liberal voting base. The only benefit, in Texas at least, will be a ID when voting and that’s not a Civil Rights violation, rather, common sense.