I agree. Since the black race has generally been exiled for nearly 400 years; plus segregation - that STILL exists to some extent, social empathy of whites being poor makes it even. But, being in a different social class - prevents you from understanding what other social classes are like because you are immune to the one you are.
Larry is absolutely right. We have those closet supremacists who are the same one's who smile in your face, but call you a "N" as you turn around. Unfortunately, the country still has them, but to tell you the absolute truth, people are making a big deal about it because he is a radical pastor who talks bad about white people. And of course, you're going to have white people getting mad over the comments he has made. It has nothing to do with Obama, except the fact that Wright has been his pastor for 20 years. And the media thinks that because he's been his pastor for so long, this is what Obama really thinks about white people.
My answer to that is who gives a damn what they think Obama thinks. Same with Bush, I am sure he thought twice about sending troops to New Orleans in less than 5 days when he knew it's populated with African American men, women AND children. So who cares. The goal is who can bring the change?!?!