Mike Vick made his first good choice in 5 years, and is now a convicted puppy molester after pleading guilty in court today. This should come as welcome news to my pal, Shlomo Jackleg, who was complaining to me that he's sick of the black guys who call up sports radio stations and complain that Vick is receiving unfair treatment due to the color of his skin.
I wondered why he listened to sports stations for such a topic since the Vick case has little to do with sports and, therefore, beyond the grasp of the hosts, who are generally liberal, afraid of upsetting the sports machine upon which they depend, and are as intellectually curious as the dumb jocks they chat up.
Shlomo told me that 2 Live Stews have been squarely in the defense of The Dog Hitler, but I think that's understandable when one realizes that The Stews have their jobs because they are black and are under constant duress to give back to the culture which supports them so fervently.
At least the Stews have an interesting point of view. At Shlomo's insistence, I tuned into a local white-hosted sports show and was rewarded by hearing one of the hosts get fed up with the callers who played the race card and then demand the screener not put those sorts of calls on the air anymore, which was disappointing to me as a listener. Why else would I listen to the show? To hear endless speculation about Vick's future? Who cares what happens to him? He wasn't so great to begin with.
Mike Vick was not prosecuted due to the color of his skin. He was prosecuted because of his culture. That's not necessarily a bad thing. There are good cultures and bad as we've witnessed during our monumental emotional struggle with how to deal with the brown people who have vowed to kill us.
When Imus was persecuted for the color of his skin earlier this year, it resulted in black leaders being forced to confront some of the unfortunate cultural choices made by the people they nominally lead.
"Yes, now that you mention it, Mr.Sharpton, why IS calling women bitches and hoes acceptable to ANYONE?"
Now with this case, we have a golden opportunity to expose these defenders of Michael Vick with a few simple questions instead of denouncing them out of hand and leading to more racial mistrust when something bigger is at stake, such as OJ killing again.
"As a practical matter, what would be the motivation to use race to destroy the career of someone who generated so much revenue for white people?"
"Do you know of any examples of white people in the NFL running dog fight operations but not being pursued?"
"Are you asserting that skin pigment and culture are so intertwined that certain behaviors are not the results of choice, but of nature?"
"Leonard Little of the Rams was convicted of vehicular manslaughter and played afterward. Is he black?"
It's only a matter of time before a talk host asks me to be on his show to discuss and give me full credit for these questions without using them unattributed as if he never read this blog.