The fact that a person has to 'accept' the fact that a person is black is the entire root of the problem. Y'all not hearing me.
Yes, that is the problem. The article was about her dealing with her problem. Her accepting is not a bad thing. It was a necessary step. A bad thing would be her ignoring his blackness and learning to love him in spite of it. That's not what she did.
You're right, that's not what she did. She forced herself to look at him as something other than black primarily in order to accept him. In her own words, he had to go from being a black man to whatever the fuck. She accepted HIM...not his blackness.
Which is infinitely worse. Again...agree to disagree.
jews didn't have a nation of their own for a long fucking time but they still managed to become wealthy and influential as fuck even before the holocaust.
I'm sure you could find some states where democratic ideas have failed. Partisan politics are stupid. In what world, do one set of extremes ever represent the best solution. In your own personal finances, are you always frugal or always spendy or do you change what you do based on the circumstances you face?
Sounds like you are saying that Republican ideas represent one extreme and Democratic ones represent another, and that there is a sensible moderate position that is in between these two extremes.
If that is what you are saying, you are wrong. Mainstream Democratic ideas (as represented by people like Obama and Clinton, not Sanders) are moderate. Democrats have actually learned from past policy failures; Republicans have not.