Confessions of a Racist

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By: Citizen Scribe

Hi, my name is Scribe, and I’m a racist.

I’m a racist because I oppose high taxes.

I’m a racist because I believe that the government should not control private businesses or private lives.

I’m a racist because I believe in the greatness of America, despite the blunders of those who govern her.

I’m a racist because I believe in the conservation of the Constitution.

I’m a racist because I detest communism and fascism and all other forms of total government.

I’m a racist because I believe that when someone identifies himself as an enemy, you should take him at his word.

I’m a racist because I believe that same principle applies to nations.

I’m a racist because I believe it is wrong to fund your enemies.

I’m a racist because I believe that “equality” applies to opportunity, not outcomes.

I’m a racist because I believe that “equality” applies to the application of laws, even to those who write them.

I’m a racist because I believe that a man’s worth is found in what he produces, not in the amplitude of his emotions.

I’m a racist because I believe that what a man produces and earns belongs to him, and not to someone who claims to “need” it.

I’m a racist because I believe that it is wrong to confiscate a man’s earnings because you think you’ll spend it better than he will.

I’m a racist because I believe that the sole purpose of education should be to effect competence in life, and not to inculcate a belief system.

I’m a racist because I want my leaders and legislators to tell the truth and keep their promises.

I’m a racist because I believe that art should serve morality and decency, not strive to tear them down.

Mostly, though, I’m a racist because I believe that color doesn’t matter and that character is everything.

I realize that my racism is a serious character flaw, and I’m working on it. Trouble is, every time I look at history and realize the horrific damage done by governments seeking to control everything, I find at least one more thing to be racist about.

In fact, I’m only now beginning to realize how racist it is for me to believe that God is not a sub-atomic particle.

*Sigh*

I guess the only comfort I’m going to find is among other racists like myself.

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