Reparations: My perspective


I support reparations for any person who was a slave and is still alive today. Otherwise I don’t.

If you grew up with food stamps, housing subsidies, welfare, and a public education, you have been paid your reparations by President Johnson and The Great Society for the past 57 years.

If you are black and your parents never benefitted from local and federal programs and they were successful anyway, then you are already thankful for the freedom and opportunity to be an American and thankful for having great parents.

If you have personally suffered from segregationist policies, then sue your local government. You are allowed to do that

You have equal opportunity but not equal outcome. If you don’t have equal opportunity, then sue your government.

Author: Reasonable Citizen

Reserved, inquisitive, looks before leaping, www.reasonablecitizen.com

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