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So, President Obama Cannot Call A Black Woman “Best Looking”?

Posted on | April 7, 2013 | 24 Comments

Spot Check: Controlling That Narrative About Beauty

I’m not the biggest fan of the man, based on his performance in office, but the shrieking and howling by the media is hilarious.

All I notice is that the biggest complainers of the President calling Kamala Harris, “The best-looking Attorney General in the country,” were white women in the media.

Folks, some people hate it when others are the center of attention. These white women, who claim to be feminists, but are really white women supremacists – in other words, everyone must worship them – just hate it when they are not the queen bees, beauty queens or objects of (sexual) attention for every man on the planet.

They complain too much about it for anyone to find them believable.

And it ain’t about sexism. That’s a phony cover. What actually made the comment objectionable for those white women complainers is that the President (who in their eyes is a black man) wasn’t doling out that delicious “Hotness Factor” to them. I can bet that if he said that about a white woman in the same position, none of these chicks would be whining about “sexism”.

He has, in fact, called Debbie Wasserman Schultz, “Cute“, and that was a while (months, maybe years) ago. Still haven’t heard a negative peep about it.

Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

The pictures speak for themselves.

Cause I’ve yet to see one of them get as bent out of shape and indignant when other men, celebrity or otherwise, talk about how they are the absolute finest women around. And that’s regardless of whether it is true or not about a particular white woman – as long as her hair is bleached blonde.

Jealousy doesn’t look good on these people.

Poor President Obama. He told the truth (from his perspective) about a black woman (yes, I know she’s mixed) and the liberals, progressives and feminists who are supposed to be his best buds turned on him.

Don’t forget now, the biggest group of voters who didn’t support Obama the second time around were white women, but you’ll never see that in the mainstream media. They have a narrative to push. I’m surprised they didn’t try to turn his complimentary remarks into hate speech – against them.

Well, I suppose it is, once the man uttered the word, “Best-looking”, they heard nothing else.

Ever see that kind of nonsense run amuck for any other group of people?

Yeah, yeah, I know all the parties in question are mixed, but I’m going with a bit of social grouping here. This is for when you ask yourself, Why does a very famous, incredibly powerful and wealthy black man have to apologize for calling a black woman good-looking?

 

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24 Responses to “So, President Obama Cannot Call A Black Woman “Best Looking”?”

  1. Clarissa Burton
    April 7th, 2013 @ 6:33 PM

    You are so on point with this article. It’s quite unfortunate that these so-called ‘women of justice’ are wailing about the POTUS’ correct comment about a Black woman. I’ve far from being in Kamala’s position; but I can tell you I’ve been stung many times by these same types. What a sad bunch of hypocrites. Don’t you LOVE mainstream media? Ha!

    GoldenAh: These folks are so twisted. I look at a news feed page and I cannot believe some of these women are still worked up about the subject. Of course, the goal is to make the topic about themselves. They cannot have someone else be the center of attention.

    I had a drink tossed on me once, and you know that chick had to hide after doing something like that. Yet, we are always accused of being the jealous ones.

    Kamala won statewide office, so if she wants she could step up to governor.

    Great to hear from you, Clarissa! :D

  2. Nysee
    April 7th, 2013 @ 9:04 PM

    Even though I am not fan of him, when a person is beautiful, there is not denying it. He has made compliments about both sexes and not a peep out of no one. But now a Black woman gets the center of the attention, outrage. Yeah, we know she is mixed, but I always say if she were to get pulled over by the police and they had to mark down what her race was, she will no doubt have Black checked on that line.

    GoldenAh: Kamala is an attractive woman. The haters gotta hate.

    Obama spoiled a couple of fantasies. It was a cold dash of water. The white women reporters and bloggers complaining about this problem thought the man was like these black male athletes who grew up in the hood or has Tiger Wood’s disease. I bet they had convinced themselves that he was secretly hankering after them. And his marriage to Michelle was a fluke or for the sake of convenience.

    I mean, they see this time after time, where a black guy goes “white girl / woman” crazy on college campuses, or later on they dump their first black wife and eventually go with a 2nd wife who’s white: like Bryant Gumbel and Michael Jordan. Obama basically told these women that he is sincerely attracted to black women. ‘Cause they forget he was raised by white women. And if you notice, look at the kind of white women he appoints – like J. Napolitano, Hillary Clinton and those on the Supreme Court. Ugh. I suspect that is how he sees all of them: dumpy, dowdy and unattractive, but “capable”.

    They should be happy with that. That’s what they ascribe to in their brand of feminism.

  3. Nysee
    April 7th, 2013 @ 9:11 PM

    I also noticed when they compliment a white woman, she beautiful, fine, talented. When it comes to a Black woman, she is okay then they start in with her faults,she’s wearing too much make up and all the nickpicking starts in. Society is seeing a shift in how we are presenting ourselves and how we are placing ourselves in a positive light and since they have used Black women resources and time for so long and we have been duped into giving our power away ,the bullies, no the abusers are losing their minds and upping the ante on their attacks because everyone know that when Black women create a good momentum, there is not stopping us.

  4. Eva
    April 8th, 2013 @ 11:34 AM

    Some of these jealous women need to sit down and shut up. The woman is beautiful, end of story and what does it matter if she’s mixed? She’s pretty and if Obama wants to say she’s pretty, then he’d got every right to say it. Those folks in the media need to turn off the reality TV shows and write about something people really care about.

    GoldenAh: I mention that she’s mixed, not to negate her, but I suspect it’s because he identifies with her in that regard. He’s not Asian, but he has a sister that is half-Asian and he spent his early years in an Asian country. And when he complimented her – my understanding is that it was at a private quiet fundraiser.

    The critics are acting like he made his comments during the “State of the Union.” And they are still whining – I think it’s nearly a week now… Too funny.

  5. KimP
    April 8th, 2013 @ 2:23 PM

    What I find so interesting (read revealing) is the notion to step up and defend/protect a Black woman when she’s referred to with a term that pretty much carries a positive connotation, but when we’re referred to as b-words, ho’s, sluts or a 9 yr. old little Black girl is called the c-word, it’s “nothing to see here/” radio silence from the feminist collective. Very interesting indeed.

    GoldenAh: You are so on point in saying this… And these people are supposed to be our allies? They can and should stay silent all the time – through good and bad. Nothing they say – supposedly on our behalf as WOMEN – means anything anyway. They need to speak solely for themselves and leave us out of it.

  6. KimP
    April 8th, 2013 @ 2:25 PM

    I meant to add, so the c-word isn’t such a bad word when used to describe a Black girl/woman, but beautiful, oh that is sexist and wrong.

  7. Mikey Tandino
    April 8th, 2013 @ 3:09 PM

    They realize things are almost over for them and their fake made up beauty hierarchy, you can thank that god awful looking Lena Dunham for that. She is one dreadful looking thing.

    Hey Betty Boo, been lurking I have been super busy, so I have not been commenting.
    Its like this the walls of Jericho are coming down on them and how they are perceived. They see Black women or mixed identifying as Black women, succeeding and doing well and living well without their blessings or support.

    Time was they used to lord over BW that they “stolez owah menz”, now they see many BW don’t care who black males date/marry and in fact wont even be bothered with these same black males.

    These WWS (thank you, that’s awesome) are so film thin. First they were cool with Quvenzhané Wallis being called a c*nt, stating that it wasn’t that bad and now balking at the audacity of someone finding a woman who can pass as Black good looking. They need to get over themselves.

    Any BW who still believes these feminist WW types (and BW mammies to their causes) have their well being and best interests at heart are free to align themselves if they like. The rest of us will carry on while they rally against being called good looking slut shaming don’t sell me pink tools/appliances actual benefactors of patriarchy, while complaining about it blockheads.
    Their conversations are a complete and utter nonsense loop.

    And I’ll add two things, where were they when Sarah Palin was being called hot and as for Barry calling that lady “cute”, I guess he was just trying to be nice or talking about her knees, maybe she has cute knees.

    GoldenAh: Glad to hear you are busy, Mikey. I expect everyone is. I appreciate whatever you have to say when you have the time.

    I cannot like these people. I never have. I mean, they can absolutely invite us to a “slut walk”, but goodness knows they cannot find a black woman when it comes to sitting on a panel for one of their (power) political junkets or whatever. Heh.

  8. Oshun
    April 8th, 2013 @ 5:01 PM

    I think Mikey and Kim P hit it on the head.

  9. Dreadnaught
    April 9th, 2013 @ 10:27 AM

    I do not pay attention to the mainstream media, its a manufactured outrage. Willing to bet you this group made money off of it

    GoldenAh: It certainly gets the complainers their fifty seconds on some news talk show. I don’t mention their names or link to them, because I’m not gonna provide these folks with the attention (and web hits $$$) they crave.

  10. KimP
    April 9th, 2013 @ 11:51 AM

    I’m glad Mikey mentioned the show ‘Girls’ because of something I noticed about that show. I do not watch it (we don’t even get those premium channels), but I’ve heard all the hoopla about it.

    I remember reading on several BW sites about the lack of diversity on the show, namely BW because the show is about girls in NYC. So when the creator finally decides breakdown and round-out the cast, they add Donald Glover, a BM. That is the feminist’s answer to our complaints of being ignored as Black women.

    The same thing happened with Sex and the City when BW complained about the lack of BW on the show, Blair Underwood’s character was their answer to that complaint, another BM.

    GoldenAh: From my perspective as a NYC girl, I believe the white (TV show) girls are just being real. If the women are as unattractive as Lena Dunham; they will not, and do not, want black women as friends. It cannot happen, because on average the black girls of the city are good looking. One would be hard pressed to find one as homely as those on the “Girls.” In this case, I’m mostly talking about the black actresses who’d show up for the casting call.

    I don’t see most of these BW / WW kinds of friendships as possible. Black women have to surrender too much, and we do enough of that with everything else. No matter the situation, a fat and homely white woman will be miffed if any guy looks our way. It’s okay when they believe black guys want ‘em, ’cause that’s “natural”. I remember one heifer telling me a white guy we knew would “never cross the line”, even though I knew he would, but that’s what they like to tell themselves. They like to think it’s impossible for men to be attracted to any black woman over them, no matter how unattractive they are.

    I mean, you can hang with a group that’s mixed black, white, Latino and Asian, but it is almost rare to see one black girl with a group of white chicks. So, I wouldn’t expect that in a TV show.

    If I made a show about NYC girls, there would be white women, but they’d be very pretty – it’s odd, but they are way way friendlier than the homely ones and the group would be mixed. Those are the girls who could be sincere friends.

    Not everyone may agree, but that’s been my experience.

  11. Oshun
    April 9th, 2013 @ 12:18 PM

    Know what else? I remember that he couldn’t even compliment his own daughters in the very same way. If I remember people/deranged WW go upset about that.

    GoldenAh: I don’t know if it’s about the same thing, but I find his protectiveness towards his daughters rather endearing. I like how both BO and MO look out for their girls as fiercely as they do. I think there are people who seemed surprised by it. Sorta like this belief that a black father, or mother, don’t really care or look out for their daughters. Which would explain – to me, in part – why the Onion thought it was acceptable to label someone’s child with such an obscene tag.

    I thought about how the Onion would cease to exist if they pulled that stunt with so many other groups. With one group in particular, the writer would never work again and likely go into hiding for the rest of his life. That’s why it was directed at a little black girl, the writer didn’t expect outrage, push back or anything. We’re an unprotected group, anyone can freely attack us.

  12. Mikey Tandino
    April 9th, 2013 @ 2:35 PM

    About begging for inclusion on these shows, I wish BW would give that crap a rest. We don’t need to be every damn where and if they didn’t think to add us in the beginning, be thankful as im sure any drummed up role will not do us any justice and they will surely downplay our genuine beauty in favor of their fake kind.

    Let them have Girls, or whatever new schlock that speaks to UWW. The media here in America has made it very clear that we as BW are not a welcome, wanted or respected member of this society.

    They make shows that deliberately exclude us, have spokes ladies that tell us how to stay in our place and do not want to hire or promote us accordingly. We in spite of all of this have forged and found a way to make it in this country. I say its time for BW with sense to abandon this country en masse. Take our talents where we will be respected and seen as valuable.

    I know this might not be attainable or even desirable for most, but BW with means should give it heavy consideration.

    GoldenAh: The first step: take care of ourselves. The second step: always let ‘em go first. The third step: don’t give support to those that don’t support us. And I think in that case, sometimes we have to “listen” and “watch” anybody or group for a long time, before doing a thing or lifting a finger. We get too happy sometimes when folks even pretend to acknowledge us. I require commitment, maybe some blood, sweat and tears too. We should never come cheap.

    And I certainly agree, if it takes leaving the country: We should go. Funny that you mention this. Over the weekend, I was talking about this very subject with my Mom. I was telling her that I’m willing to go anywhere for work: I’m rather flexible now. I’d be happy to spend a lot of time out of the country. I wouldn’t miss much here.

    As long as we’re “experts” in our chosen fields, we can do anything and go anywhere. :D

  13. KimP
    April 9th, 2013 @ 4:57 PM

    Mikey said, “About begging for inclusion on these shows, I wish BW would give that crap a rest.”

    I agree with this! I was pointing out the flagrant hypocrisy that I notice from that collective. Furthermore, they continue to ignore us but get mad when more and more BW realize we aren’t welcomed and say peace out.

  14. Dreadnaught
    April 10th, 2013 @ 9:29 AM

    Media is biased period. They pander to a demographic that research and advertising want to target audenice. anyone outside that is colateral cash.

    The basis of shows like this is to target people in the midwest who have a image ingrained in them towars what new yorkers and new york life is. Or it could simply be a issue lets slap some junk on tv and hope people watch.

    I have never seen this show, and I frankly do not watch much tv, which may explain why I tend to not understand or know who some of these people are. but either way…why care.

    In Italy (HELL YEA ITALIA) and France (boo) Black woman in the media has had a much better exposure, but modern media is generally based almost entirely on revenue.

    GoldenAh: Having been to both countries, I wouldn’t count on them liking black women anymore than they like us here in the USA. I did not like the French. They are some really nasty scornful people. Italians will actually talk to you and have a nice conversation. I would visit again.

    I loved Seinfeld. Didn’t care that they never had black people on, until the last few seasons and only because of complaints. It was the perfect comedy of its time.

    How can people forget top rated shows like Cosby, Good Times and The Jeffersons, etc., which had ratings that some of these present days shows could only dream of? Most shows have an audience that can fit into a Smart Car. :D

  15. Faith
    April 10th, 2013 @ 6:19 PM

    Oh, is that what the kerfluffle was about? I saw some blurb about him apologizing to Harris and I knew it had to be about some mess. I didn’t even waste time on it. She was an excellent DA in San Francisco and does great things as AG of California. She always got my vote because she uses common sense in applying the law. And she (and her sister) are both attractive women. Obviously Obama still finds a variety of black women appealing (even while ignoring them as constituents mostly)aside from the Beckys, but too bad! We have our own crowns and pedestals.

    GoldenAh: I could see her being governor next, which would really be massive. It makes me wonder if this is stealth sabotage at work. I do not trust those whiners. They never really defend black women, there’s always something underhanded at work.

  16. JaliliMaster
    April 10th, 2013 @ 7:12 PM

    KimP, I had the EXACT same thoughts as you did when I saw an article about the new guy in the show. I don’t watch the show because when it first came out, the picture posters just seemed to be a story about a bunch of annoying white chicks (admittedly, I was judging a book, well a tv show, by its cover), so I ignored it. When the whole ‘lack of diversity’ hoopla came out (which, for the most part, was partly engineered by the network itself to drum up free publicity), I knew that I was right in ignoring the show. Also, I never even made the connection between SATC casting Blair Underwood as a bone to their many BW fans. Granted, I was only a young teenager in those days, so only followed the show on and off, but no that you mention it, I see it’s actually a pattern!

    I have noticed that WM don’t do this, whether by choice or not. Look at every ‘guy’ show. Even when it is not particularly realistic, they would still cast a BM (or atleast another visibly minority male) as part of the ensemble. Every single one. Yet WW seem to think that they hold universal appeal to everyone, and act surprised when time and time again, they discover that they don’t.

    When this ‘news’ story first broke, I didn’t even see it from a racial angle, due in part because the news bulletin described her as having Black, Asian, Native American and European ancestry. I just took it as average looking women getting pissed off that a pretty woman was being called, well, pretty. It was only after seeing how big the story got that I suspected that something else was up (it was literally all over my newsfeeds, even links to Obama’s ‘apology’, which I didn’t even bother clicking).

    P.S: Obama calling Wasserman-Schultz ‘cute’. Dude was never good at telling jokes, and THAT is a flattering picture you posted!

    GoldenAh: I’m like you, I don’t think I’ve ever sat down and watched any of those white woman worshiping shows. I couldn’t even take some that had a token black girl, ’cause everybody is besotted with and loves dat white girl to death. She’s always so freaking amazing. Can never do wrong. Cannot watch. Boring. Annoying. Silly. Stupid. Unrealistic.

    Now, these white women worshiping shows can leave out a black woman. Their prerogative. There’s also another angle to look at. When they deny a black actress a regular role – there is economic strangulation, segregation and degradation taking place. Some shows pay like $5k-$10k (on the low end, maybe more, maybe less) per episode. That’s money that black women need, ’cause aren’t we the one always supporting the babies, family, friends and freeloaders? I imagine that a lot of these black actresses could do with a nice paycheck to support their folks. So, yeah, when I don’t see a black actress on a show that could have one (if she fits), I don’t want to give them any support. I want to deprive them of their ad revenue. Fair play and all that. I have no compunction about dogging a show either. I cheer when one of them gets cancelled. :)

    And you are right about the white guy shows. Nearly all of their programs are inclusive. They’re even throwing in Asian, Latino and mixed men. Funny, how they always have room for other men, eh? Frankly, I find them (WM) more attractive doing this, and will be more of a loyal program watcher.

    If a news story hitting the airwaves / Internet is about a black woman, and she’s truly got her ish together, and the complainers are harping on nothingness – I get suspicious. Making Obama apologize for complimenting a friend? That’s all I need about these people.

  17. Sally Jones
    April 12th, 2013 @ 5:25 PM

    Let’s face it. She IS attractive.

    I don’t really get the big deal about this.

    The guy has a pulse.

    Why wouldn’t he find her attractive?

    I think the hullabaloo to be honest is less about race, and more about the idea of sexism.

    I guess the thought might be that he wouldn’t say to a great looking GUY that he was the best looking attorney general?

    But then. Obama is heterosexual. He likes women.

    Seems like a storm in a teacup to me.

    GoldenAh: I wondered how the white women writing the complaints and appearing on news shows could find anything to mine on this topic, but they managed to get a sitting President to apologize for referring to his friend as attractive. Geez, what a coward.

    I, among others here, can make the case that the President looks after every constituency, except black women. He’s taken great care of white women. So, why would they be complaining about sexism from the President? It’s a phony-baloney position to take. Mikey T. and KimP made great points: black women / girls have gotten hammered on other real issues and there was nary a peep from the “feminists”.

    It’s always about race where white women, black men and black women are concerned. Everybody likes to look at white men as racist, but forget white women could be just as bad, if not worse. I wont forget that a white female reporter mentioned that it would have been better for Obama to be married to a white woman. It’s gotta be about them. If that’s what some were thinking then, I will regard the entire bell clanging hysteria on this tempest-in-a-teapot with suspicion.

  18. trish
    April 18th, 2013 @ 11:41 PM

    1. And if you notice, look at the kind of white women he appoints – like J. Napolitano, Hillary Clinton and those on the Supreme Court. Ugh. I suspect that is how he sees all of them: dumpy, dowdy and unattractive, but “capable”.
    They should be happy with that. That’s what they ascribe to in their brand of feminism.
    This made me chuckle. I would add Mary Jo White to that line up. She’s the new head of the SEC.
    As for white women, they’re simple acting out what they have been told in all forms of media. They are the best, most feminine etc. They furiously object when the narrative is changed so obviously Obama had to be criticized.
    My professor is well respected in his field. He has written books, done documentaries for HBO and had one of his films nominated for an academy award. His specialty is Chinese Immigration. This country has a terrible problem with Chinese human smuggling and part of that is the forced smuggling of girls to work in the sex trade. He approached the NOW (National Organization of Women) and they refused to consider his proposals or anything he had to say. He flatly called them a bunch of racists only concerned with the plight of white American women. Of course we as black women know that but it was interesting to hear it from another racial group.

    GoldenAh: “Women of color” are to serve as foot soldiers, brochure fillers and talking points. “Feminists” are concerned with white women becoming CEOs, board members, senators, and eventually president of the USA. They couldn’t care less about poor women of any race. And I suspect, because I’m willing to give some the benefit of the doubt, when they attempted to focus on “women of color” – the rank and file threw the same kind of hissy fit that happened with BO. It always has to be about them to the exclusion of all others.

    Umm, why is that professor surprised white women are racist? Have they been bamboozling people that well? Wow. And dang. Must be nice to be automatically regarded as innocent, pure, sweet and feckless. While black women have to live with the other side of that sliding scale – starting even at the tender age of 8 or 9.

  19. BWMM
    April 22nd, 2013 @ 7:05 PM

    “He approached the NOW (National Organization of Women) and they refused to consider his proposals or anything he had to say. He flatly called them a bunch of racists only concerned with the plight of white American women. Of course we as black women know that but it was interesting to hear it from another racial group.”

    A lot of non black non white people are finding out just what BP already knew.

    GoldenAh: I think what bothers me is why are people so caught up in having one view of white people. Why are they so mightily disappointed when they fall short of their expectations? Do they really believe the movies and TV shows? Do they really believe they are superhuman, super-nice and super-friendly to a fault? That’s just as bad as believing that all black people are criminals, thugs and sluts.

    Everybody is rather tribal and selfish, I don’t mad at any group about that. What I do get annoyed with is if other groups expect me to do something for them without that exchange called reciprocation, or people like to use black women for their “talking points”, but don’t actually care about our issues. I don’t want them to be my “spokesperson”. They need to shut it.

    So how’s it going, BWMM? Any projects you working on?

  20. BB Fortune
    April 26th, 2013 @ 1:26 AM

    Yet WW seem to think that they hold universal appeal to everyone, and act surprised when time and time again, they discover that they don’t.<<<This Jalimaster excellent

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  22. Tia
    May 8th, 2013 @ 11:43 AM

    I definitely agree that that WW believe they hold this “universal appeal” and act surprised when given any message that would suggest otherwise. I actually found it quite amusing when I have been in public settings, or on the subway with BM that I have dated, and noticed the attention, primarily from WW, which I am assuming was based on our obvious connections. They would look at us as though we were “suspects” or something, and I could see the obvious dis ease. I believe their responses are based on my being desired (particularly by a BM), when of course they imagine themselves to be the best. Our interaction destabilizes this fantasy for them.

    I’ve also noticed a similar discomfort from some of my WW colleagues, any time I mention the biases in mainstream media that position them as the most desirable. After watching the movie “pain and gain” (which I wish I did not spend my free movie ticket on), I mentioned how racist the movie was by stating that “of course the only BM in the movie had to be paired with a WW”, which completely erases BW in media (as usual), and is aligned with the 2nd wave feminist racism that suggests “all women are W, and all B’s are men”, and she looked very uncomfortable with my observation. *shruggs* Oh well.

    I’ve also noticed WW getting quite upset when I have talked about MY realities dating BM growing up, and communicating the differences between how my BM boyfriends treated me versus how I observed them to treat WW (which was obviously better). I remember one WW responding with great defense, and telling me that many BW believe that they are “taking our men”?? I’m not sure which BW they are talking about, because I am an adult BW, and have been friends with BW my whole life, and currently have many friends that are BW, and I have NEVER heard any of them say WW are “stealing our men”. I think that it is WW who believe they are “stealing our men” and project this belief onto BW in order to sooth their own guilt, and want to maintain the status quo that serves their own interests.

  23. JaliliMaster
    May 8th, 2013 @ 9:34 PM

    I think that it is WW who believe they are “stealing our men” and project this belief onto BW in order to sooth their own guilt, and want to maintain the status quo that serves their own interests.

    If I may ask, their guilt in regards to what?

  24. reese
    June 17th, 2013 @ 10:59 AM

    Black people have a lot of power particularly black women. The amount of money we spend could make or break any show. They know that black women will buy with black men in it. And black women will complain, but still watch the show. How can we change this if we simply stopped watching these shows, videos, and or movies that didn’t include us. They start losing money and will want to know why. We tell them that we weren’t represented at all or in a way we can relate too. They don’t care about offended black women. All they care about is money!

    GoldenAh: We do have a lot of political and economic power, but squander it all mostly. Among the masses, I don’t see or know how that could be corralled to improve things. We’re always gonna have those that love to be insulted and denigrated, while pretending it makes them seem “tough, wise and worldly”. Hah.

    We just need to let those that are GOOD to us know we appreciate them and their business.

    Thanks, Reese.

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