Again with the racial issues

…And speaking of the BBC, that bastion of underhanded inequality was caught today polling people via SIRUIS and the Web on what Obama’s presumptive democratic nomination means for the world’s black people and their history.

As a true conservative, Don Lando contends that any human “progress” made was immediately invalidated by this disgusting tendency to segregate society by race.

To suggest that any race of people is unified or empowered by the success of a single individual who happens to share similar physical attributes is both fallacious and counterproductive.

We would do better to poll diabetics on their thoughts regarding the candidates. At least health care is a political issue.

Reading between the lines it is clear that the BBC does not see inherently equal individuals among America’s citizens, but rather segregated races and creeds that must compete with one another for significance.

As with the Don Imus debacles, it is disconcerting to see third parties become involved and presume to speak collectively for and against minority groups. It is precisely this collectivist mindset that is at the heart of racism.