Monday, December 30, 2013



"No more black Presidents" = an opinion you must not hold

After Obama, I'm guessing that a lot of people hold that opinion.  Obama is a nonentity who got in purely on the color of his skin and a lot of people probably now see that pro-black racism was a mistake

An Ohio teacher has been suspended without pay for allegedly making racist remarks towards a student, and may be fired from the school.

The Fairfield Board of education suspended Gil Voigt on Monday for telling an African American student earlier this month on December 3, 'we don't need another black president' after the student expressed interest in becoming president one day.

Voigt has taught at Fairfield Freshman school for 13 years and this is not the first time he's gotten in trouble for racist remarks. Board president Dan Murray say the suspension is the first step in dismissing the teacher.

Cincinnati.com reported that Assistant Superintendent Roger Martin compiled a list of all of Voigt's offenses. In 2008, Voigt made an inappropriate racial comment. That same year he got in trouble for improper use of school technology.

In 2012, he received a verbal warning for calling a student 'stupid.'

Voigt believes he was misquoted by the student who he said caused trouble in class.

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Pro-black racism is OK but anti-black racism is not?  Is it impossible for America to become non-racist?  MLK's "Dream" still seems to be a long way off  -- mainly thanks to Democrats who keep stirring the pot of racial antagonism.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The most racist people now are some of those who have black skin.

Anonymous said...

Blacks have become more racist under Obama since they realised that he would do nothing for them that hadn't been done by white presidents. In fact they seem to be worse off probably because they expected more.

Stan B said...

I'm sorry, but the sentiment seems to misplace entirely the blame for Obama's failures. It has nothing to do with the color of his skin, and everything to do with his policies and vapidity.

To bring his race into it was a misstep on the teacher's part at best, and a show of naked bigotry at worst. You might as well claim he's incompetent because he's white, or a man.

Anonymous said...

"Naked bigotry" Stan? Is that PC code for, "an opinion i disagree with"?

Regardless of what you may think of the teachers comment, it was a "politically motivated comment", and therefore (protected speech).