Last week on a news show, I saw this talking head saying some good stuff I agreed with, such as how the stimulus isn’t working because companies meet stimulus demand by hiring new workers China. But then when he said his fix for America was more education, I tuned him out. What a moron, I thought.
This week, it occurred to me that what he really meant is that Americans are too stupid and we need smarter Americans. I agree with that! The problem is that he has bought into the liberal HBD denialist belief that education makes people smarter. If he understood that genes, not education, makes people smarter, then he would have had a whole different policy recommendation, and probably one that made sense.
And that, you see, is the problem with trying to solve America’s problems. As long as everyone denies HBD, they will always come up with bad solutions that will often makes things worse, such as raising taxes to pay for education that doesn’t make anyone smarter. The only way to fix America is to spread the truth of HBD.
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This morning I saw Herman Cain on Squawk Box, and I thought, this guy sounds really stupid and low class. He would never have been promoted by Pillsbury to be the head of a pizza chain if he were white and he spoke like that. This is why it's rather hypocritical of him to be telling those white Occupy Wall Street people that they are too lazy to get jobs. If any of them were black, they'd probably have no problem getting hired by some big corporation seeking diversity.
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But I give credit to Cain for being quite a bit smarter than Perry. Read this article mocking Perry's energy independence plan. Hilarious.