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September 24, 2008 |

By Dustin Rowles | Comment Diversions | September 24, 2008 |

Today’s diversion is more along the lines of a Question of the Day. An issue-oriented diversion, if you will. I was watching “Real Time with Bill Maher” the other night, and said something that I found interesting. In the context of a recent poll the AP conducted — which revealed that one-third of Democrats have a deeply negative view of African Americans — he said that, for people under the age of 40, racism doesn’t really exist anymore, that it’s something the younger generations read about in history books but don’t experience.

Agree or disagree? And why?

An Afternoon Comment Diversion / Dustin Rowles

Comment Diversions | September 24, 2008 |

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