Comment: Actually, YES.

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Actually, YES.

He has said of his white friends that they are typically more trustworthy, as they tend not to respond to conflict by overreacting / immediately resorting to violence. Also, that young black men are often their own worst enemies and are the cause of many problems in that "community" nowadays.

(Again, these are his views as someone who grew up under difficult circumstances. He is also an uncommonly sensitive, honest, and perceptive individual--much more so than I, I believe. Granted, I don't think his attitude is typical of very many in that community, but he does seem to surround himself with relatively like-minded people.)

What would the Founders do?