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Black Thinkers Confused by Liberalism vs. Conservatism

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A Liberal is what? Someone who believes in being liberated or free?

A Conservative is what?  Someone who lives his or her life under a set of moral guidelines or principles?

One can see how the Black Thinker is confused by political labels.

So what is a guy who believes in the Constitution, the free enterprise system, but is a womanizer? A Conservative?

What is a woman who owns a growing business employing 50 employees that she started from scratch and donates money to local charities, but does not believe in God? A Liberal?

The Black Thinker, as well as millions of people who fly political party banners, are confused.

Most Black Thinkers believe in God which is a high Conservative and Democrat attribute and but Black Thinkers vote for people who do not put God high on the list in some cases.  And so do white people!  What do things political labels really represent?

Black Thinkers shout on the top of highest mountain about racism, but exhibit, on occasion, quasi-racist behavior when it benefits them. For example, when a black and a non-black interview for a job or promotion, and the non-black gets selected, black thinkers decry "racism".

Did the Black Thinker consider that, perhaps, the person hired graduated from the same college or belonged to the same fraternity or sorority?

Or the person hired or promoted was part of a networking group that helps their own?  Why does it always have to be racism?

Hell, it could a relative...which is nepotism...but when things or circumstances don't favor Black Thinkers all the time...it is not always racism.

This show will explore the conundrums of political party labels as well as try to peel the layers of the onion with regard to the Black Thinker.

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