Monday, October 01, 2007

The Must-Read of the Day

I can't wait to read this one.
Of course, at the rate I'm going, it will be next year before I can post any sort of review...
Anyway, I feel confident in recommending this to any and all. This man has been maligned by so many, simply because he doesn't fall into the Left's definition of what an African-American is assumed to be. Instead of being held up as a role model, he (along with Colin Powell, J.C. Watts, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, and others) is derided as an "Uncle Tom", "not in touch with his blackness" (whatever that means), and other such baseless name-calling.
Any time I've had the good fortune to catch a speech by Justice Thomas, I've been captivated by his clarity, conviction and honesty. It breaks my heart that there are probably no more than a handful of young African-American boys thinking "Someday, I want to be like Clarence Thomas". Maybe, just maybe, this book will open the eyes of some -- although I'm sure the NYT Book Review and all the usual suspects in the race-baiting business will trash the book out of hand and unfortunately help limit its success.

1 comment:

jack42 said...

I've already heard how he should just go away and "leave that poor Anita Hill alone -- there's no reason for him to start raking her through the coals again". Maybe not an exact quote, but that's pretty darn close. I guess this guy just read the left's version without seeing any of the coverage. No corroboration of her story that I recall; she did the "chasing"; in fact, nothing was shown to truly denounce him. Yet, he's still the villain.