For clarification, that last post was in response to sangaree accusing eastridge8, bluedagger, and me of being the same person.
Lol, I can't speak for eastridge and blue dagger, but I assure you I post only on this name.
Rhonda Thurman's point in a nutshell: No one lived in worse conditions than slaves did, and they were still able to learn to read, therefore, inner-city and poor students should also be able to learn to read, especially since there is no lack of funding. In other words, being poor is no excuse for being illiterate. Anyone who thinks that is racist in any way either has an agenda (NAACP), or simply does not know what constitutes racism (NAACP).
Chet, ive read your comments time and time again, and not once have they been anything even remotely resembling coherent. Many of your comments consist of you calling someone else some form of "stupid", usually misspelling words left and right and butchering the English language in the process. If you can't understand how Rhonda Thurman's comments were not racist, you really should just give up on life; your intelligence level is simply far too insufficient for you to contribute anything positive to society, considering you have neither education or logic to fall back on. I'm sure these words will fall on your deaf and painfully simple-minded ears, but it needs to be said. If you decide to respond to this, please take it to the first pre k-5 school boy you can find and have him proof-read your response prior (prior means before) to posting it.