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Closed doors has of course been disputed.
What -- -- efforts were typical of a commissioner who has always seemed eager to be viewed as some kind of modern plantation overseer.
Treating NBA man.
As if they were his -- Yeah.
Our that was Bryant -- talking about that -- basketball -- right now it's to delay the season two weeks maybe more.
And essentially implying the Thomas all the best selling author of so many many books had ever been -- went through a lot of them of the bottom of your.
Your screen but when you hear words like that Thomas.
It if it does hearken back these images that if you're African American.
Particularly here African American -- you're at the mercy of the white landlord.
On what did you think of.
I think most Americans black gold -- -- would that it would -- a hard -- trade places with these guys who pulling down millions of dollars.
The playing a game.
I think the kind of it shows -- there's no limit how far you will stretch rhetoric.
When it has no application whatever for the situation you're talking about.
-- and what are these the labor labor management disputes not only basketball malice towards.
Really don't get me riled up by it's hard to get worked up when the when the millionaires are a fighting against the billion.
We read about.
I'm wondering though it did Harken back to something -- indicated set on this very set a few days ago.
And that is if you're an African American in your espousing anything approaching conservative values.
You're gonna get zoom now of course he's just discovering out on the campaign trail you've been countered that to your many years.
Find writings and bestselling books speeches -- the lights and effective encountered it.
Again from even other conservative writers who have criticized your comments about the poor in America or not whether there is many of them as we.
Then led to -- -- -- still intact.
But what do you think of that that that if you're African American and you're not Democrat.
And you're not.
Your -- Tom.
-- is a -- is a very useful tactic for up for a vote for over the other side.
Because the one thing they cannot do -- answer all -- Very often people say how would you got a lot of criticism.
Got a lot of criticism from the of civil rights group and the answer is no.
They simply -- keep quiet and what -- say they they would later quickly blows all whether they resume saying what they were saying before.
Which is probably their optimum strategy -- they really can't argue against the facts.
-- I'm wondering though.
How long that persisted because maybe with the emergence of -- again -- whatever people think given authority to guide.
Who's a frontrunner president to Canada -- -- last it doesn't seem to -- that's not the point -- my question here but.
That he's dismissed out the gate.
When people say well he's not the real deal his ideas are off off the wall.
And he's not it -- African leaders -- and -- -- says he's not really one of us anyway.
But He for my god she is slightly is certainly -- one of us.
Far more more more so -- but Barack Obama or a you know why it adored to a private school and expensive private school.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You made urban Jane look like the rich professor and -- yeah.
We didn't always we -- have a lot of frills like electricity unit that.
I guess there's really no -- -- not -- water so what a new life in debt.
At that and I know your essence to have been in the past Gaza it is jurors have already above -- and and growing up -- -- writings.
I was ordered a guy like that who's been through stuff like that.
And real serious bad stuff.
Should have an -- -- with thing for the government there to help sort of like these FDR.
You know in the new age Democrats who grew up.
Believing the government came -- for them and they hold something back.
So does new raids FDR type Democrats you you were not -- that -- went to.
-- what -- that the the luck of the draw I was born into a family where people did not have any education beyond the beyond -- to school.
But they were people who -- wanted me to have vegetation.
Haven't you were born in the other of the depression of 1930 I don't give away -- you do not look all -- June 30 1930 Wasilla so that was not a great time.
And and a look at is well education for child at that time wasn't certainly.
Something look like a do a global agenda.
Well what we -- we do with some some when I was eight years old we moved to to a through new York and Harlem.
And they that they were tremendously concerned that I should get a good education.
They didn't go to public libraries but they had a boy they picked out they knew did.
And He took me about for his public library.
Which which was.
A turning point really in my life.
But what they were thinking ahead for me when I would didn't know enough to think ahead for myself.
And they -- and so it was the fact that they wanted me to have an education that -- and that's been true all sorts of other people who.
-- had parents who weren't educated at all but who would determine that they should be educated.
And moreover I came along at a time when the new York city schools including those in -- With a finest in the nation.
In it's it's for all this while the luck of being at the right place the right time and especially being raised in the right for them.
Around I was a little more -- you growing W and I had a high school only educated dead protests is that.
I want you to do better -- I that I set the bar very low.
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