Saturday, September 19, 2009

Cupp To Larry King: My Generation Not Racist

"...I think this speaks to sort of a generational gap. You know, my generation is not always so quick to jump to race. I think the Maureen Dowd's and the Jimmy Carter's tend to go there because that's what was always done. But my generation doesn't see racism in a Joe Wilson or racism at a tea party or a town hall. We're looking at the issues. And to Reverend Sharpton's credit, I think he's right. I think these issues are too important to racialize them, and project this imagined racism on to health care or any other political issue."
S.E. Cupp on Larry King Live 9/16/2009
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