ESPN Discussion on Hill/Rose Controversy

ESPN Discussion on Hill/Rose Controversy

When being an “Uncle Tom” means being a functional and law abiding citizen, then we REALLY have a problem.

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  1. Browncow
    March 22, 2011

    Okay. These guys are complete idiots. They’re basically trying to say that what they are saying (ie. “black basketball players from affluent two parent families who go to Duke or whatever elite university aren’t authentically black and are selling out their race for social advancement”) isn’t what they’re saying. They are gas lighting all over the place. So much so that I can smell the farts from here. They’re saying that they’re mature now and don’t feel that way, but the way they speak on this issue reveals that they have not changed their attitude or opinion on this issue. They are jealous of the fact that there are schools that will not recruit players from places like where they came from because they are private universities who can be more selective of the type of people that can go to their school. Yeah, life isn’t fair. Taking it out on black students whose parents chose to become educated, marry first, THEN have children is a cop out. They went to school, they’re famous players and have done well. Why fight over this? It makes no sense.

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