Eric Holder, the reprobate who thinks he is Attorney General, has called his country “a nation of cowards.” Lisa Fristch, National Center for Public Policy Research, , thinks that Holder darn well knows what a coward look likes, as he see one in the mirror when he shaves:
For a black man who just became the nation’s top legal official in an administration headed by a black man, to project racist notions on the rest of America is irresponsible and cowardly.
If there is anything to talk about regarding race in the country, how about that nearly half of black children are missing their fathers? How about that, although blacks make up 12 percent of the overall nation, they account for almost 40 percent of the prison population (in 2005, as compiled by the Justice Department)?
The most siignificant cause of the black socio-economic disparity is a pathologically defective black culture. It is a culture from which Holder escaped and of which is too cowardly to address.