Take it from a pecan-colored brown person, whose lineage has been thoroughly misogynated* from an unknown number of racial/ethnic angles that it is easiest to call me Afro-American, black, negro (including the "gger" version), African-American, or just girl. While such name calling will not initially anger me, it is wise to know your audience before sharing one's limited stock of descriptive words. While Mr. Bundy struggles with vocabulary he is essentially correct. "Those" people are better off having a skill that allows them to create, support and participate in a positive family environment. Of course, Mr. Bundy and I disagree over the particular kinds of skills "those" people need to possess in order to be contributing members of society capable of maintaining strong family structures.
I'm not sure where Mr. Bundy's opinion is regarding the historical role of European-Americans in slavery, but I say "those" people were not better off as slave-owners.
*misogynated is not an official accepted term; I used it to fit the mood and tone of my comment.
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