Adam Carolla tells the truth and the left cries #Racism, again #SOTR

The featured video today relates to the unbelievably #Racist commentary by actor Adam Carolla on the reasons for rampant black poverty.  He posits that it’s due largely to the absence of fathers in the home and extremely high out of wedlock birthrate in the black community.  Wait a second.  Those are facts.  Hmmmn. Why are liberals, and leftists and progressives and TV heads calling  Carolla a racist?

Because he dares to ask the question that liberal enablers hate.  And by pointing to the egregious familial situation in black and hispanic communities, he places liberal policy in the crosshairs as well.  Facts are anathema to liberals and their failed war on poverty.

Successful families in large part are headed by a working man, with a working or homemaking wife at their side.  The children raised in this environment are exceedingly successful by minimum standards (never arrested, or incarcerated, high school graduates) and very successful by middle class standards with high rates of college graduation and professional achievement.

And here is Part 2:

via Adam Carolla vs. Gavin Newsom Part 1 – YouTube.

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    Truthteller 7 March, 2013 at 15:05 Reply

    I’m curious…who’s TRUTH is it? When a person with a black name is less than 1/2 likely to receive a call back from a job interview, with equal qualification, who’s fault is that? When Whites in America expect the socioeconomic gap that was built in 300 years to be bridged in 48, who’s truth is that? People like you who hide behind anyone who will agree with you…you’re cowards. For all of his ignorant rants, at least Carolla has the balls to show his ignorance. It’s the people who think I’m lazy and a nigger behind my back I have to worry about. Kinda like you.

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      StacyOnTheRight 7 March, 2013 at 15:17 Reply

      Yeah. That’s the point here. I’m black and I think you’re lazy and am calling you a nigger. Right Mr. Professional Victim.

      So how did I make it? How did my husband make it? How do millions of blacks make it? By whining about the missed call backs?

      No. By busting our butts. In order to win you must keep on working and putting in 100%. And success WILL follow.

      It’s so funny. Years after some racist bitty tossed my resume in the trash, (I saw her do it on my way out of her office,) I’m on a board with the OWNER of that company’s wife. She’s a racist, just like her husband. I have seen her hatred. And it makes me laugh.

      If I had sat around whining about it like you’re doing, I would never have had the experiences or the successes that have come my way. I’ve had failures too. That’s life.

      Change your mindset dude. A loser mindset will always yield loser results. No one owes you anything.

      And for goodness sakes, get yourself into a church community. God is able. Seek him out and work as hard as you can.

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      StacyOnTheRight 7 March, 2013 at 15:20 Reply

      Oh. And don’t even get me started on the black name thing.

      Why would someone call you back if your name is Mushasha Anorickaiah Mulverson? Black women should stop punishing our children with names that no one can pronounce or spell.

      But that’s another post….

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      Todd 13 March, 2013 at 14:26 Reply

      Its kinda like all the people with tattoos on their necks bitching about not being able to find work…wonder why that is? It’s not that they are bad people it’s that others have the perception they are bad people. You may be 1/2 as likely to get a job with a black sounding name but I would assume most everyone thinks you will be twice as likely to get mugged at an ATM by a guy named D’Vigorus rather than a guy named Bob. It’s perception…right or wrong doesn’t matter, that’s the way it is. Wouldn’t it just be easier for D’Vigorus to legally change his name to Steve?

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    Jimmy 10 March, 2013 at 16:44 Reply

    …too funny – and I agree; ease up on the super black names thing. All of my children have “non crippling” or “potentially personal employment future damaging” names.

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