Wednesday, March 04, 2009

We Already Knew That

Seattle Times on Report: Health-care disparities shortchange minorities, poor

8 comments:

John Y. said...

This article is for everyone who thinks racism is over in America. This is upsetting and dispicable.

Barry W. said...

i know racism is not over... i see it everyday.. heck sometimes i pparticipate why not??

Alycia said...

Okay, I am a little lost. Did Barry just admit to being a racist? Perhaps his brain was being influenced by other factors...noting the time of his post was 1 am. hmm. Just a thought there.

Lucas said...

Racism is definately not done in America. But it is not a problem that can be fixed over night. While I did not vote for Obama, I do appreciate the historical avalue in his being elected. I think it is a wonderful step that America took with that, now we just need to do our part not to get involved with being racist and/or prejudicial.

Mindy said...

What does Lucas mean it's not done in America? If he means nobody in America is racist then that is a big fat lie. No country is perfect and nobody should be racist but it happens even in America. I remember hitting a guy for calling me a racist name and i was in yakima.

JLYNN said...

I know that racism is not over, and honestly I don't think it ever will be. Sorry I'm a little pessimistic. All the time.

Alycia said...

I think when he said "not done in America" he meant like it's not over. So he basically knows what we all do...I think anyone who says there isn't any in America is a little too ignorant.

Lucas said...

Actually what I meant by not done is.......... it is not done. Racism is still an issue.