Do you agree with the statement, "Everyone is prejudiced"?
Yes I am a Social Worker. So I know this to be true to an extent. I coined "Subtle Racism" I did a paper on the subject. Things that make people who think they are not racist, show that they really are. However there is a difference in Prejudice and Racism. I will not cover that right now. My point is the Tea Party. It is full of Subtle Racist. Who really think they are not, however one only has to do a little digging to see that they really are. As well they are showing it more and more. I made a hub entitled "Racist Tea Party Movement In America" It explains some of it.
Prejudice is quite a commonplace occurrence among us humans. We are prejudiced to one degree or another whether we wish to admit it or not....... read more
by Patricia Scott6 months ago
If someone says the words to you, 'what goes around comes around', how do you respond?Do you agree? Disagree? Totally dismiss it? And, I have heard this stated in different terms as well.
by Ciel Clark4 years ago
"That's the way it's always been done." Do you agree with this statement or does it bother you?I like traditions and history, but saying something is right just because it's always been done that way is no...
by ronhi3 years ago
Its not racism...its just keeping the races pure...do you agree with this dude?So I watched this guy on Dr. Phil who is accused by his family of being a racist. He didn't want his grand daughter to marry from another...
by SparklingJewel7 years ago
listen carefully to what is said...its not a religious takeover of the country/government...BUT an understanding that spiritual values (not a particular religion) of how God "works" in life's aspects. It is...
by Ken R. Abell7 years ago
Is the Tea Party movement good or bad for the Republicans in this election cycle?
by rhamson7 years ago
Whether it is perceived as a arm of the right wing or an angry leaderless mob, can the Tea Partiers gather a solid base and agenda to adequately achieve any change or is the damage already done to defeat its' purpose?
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