BENEATH THE SPIN ERIC L. WATTREE, SR.
LET'S RING OUT 2007 WITH A LITTLE TRUTH
If I had to choose just one issue that I thought would do most to improve the Black condition, it wouldn't be more jobs, or more government assistance, or any of the other things that we generally hear our so-called leaders shouting into deaf ears. Thanks to Bush, the days of a benevolent government are over--we'll be lucky to just get social security. So we've got to be practical at this point, and recognize that the most important thing we can do to improve our condition is to become more independent and efficient thinkers. Once we do that, many of our other problems will resolve themselves.
The failure to recognize flawed logic can kill you--and more often than not, it does.