"No Al, your pathetic excuse that 'poorly funded and inadequately staffed schools' are the cause of the 'rise in aggression so prevalent around the country,' falls on deaf ears. Honor student Darrion Albert wasn't murdered because of a lack of chalk and pencil erasers. It is a culture of violence, of the cheapening of lives and a banality of spirit, of pitting one American against the other, exacerbated by you and your minions.
"No, Al, let me set you straight. I and my generation want nothing to do with racism. Each of us, growing up in the 60's, were indelibly scarred by the racism and prejudice of our forebearers during the Civil Rights legacy. If anything, we were hyper-sensitive toward any manifestation of bigotry, to the point where we would excuse the most vile eruptions of reverse racism, giving it a pass over and over again.
"Anything, just to not be accused of 'cultural insensitivity' ( the modern nightmare of so many teachers).
"Truth be told Al, for myself and many Americans, the first time we saw actual racism on parade was by your seditious finger pointing, arousing in many a loathing and abhorrence for your feeble attempts to capture the headlines, creating issues from thin air, issues meant, through jingoistic boorishness, to stir up trouble and keep us in a perpetual racial quagmire."