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Re: “Portrait of a troubled Raleigh house, in black and white

While I feel for the Roysters, attempting to play the "racial" card instead of taking responsiblity for their own actions is disgusting and uncalled for. Of course they are going to call their neighbors racist and deny help. If they accept help and acknowledge the problems they will be forced to take responsiblity for their own laziness and do something about it. I have seen that so-called home and it reminds me of something you would find in a really bad B-list horror movie. The condition of the home proves the Roysters have no intention on doing anything to better themselves; never have, never will. I am so tired of hearing low-income blacks scream "racist" because of their own ignorance and laziness. They have the same access to education and knowledge as the rest of society. I bet if you dig deep enough, you will find that ALL who live in that hell hole of a house are on welfare and food stamps and don't have any intention on ever coming off the handouts given by the tax payers of Wake and Durham counties. I say, get rid of them and demolish that house! If they are so financially secure that they don't need any help then they should have no problem buying another house. The least that should be done is to remove those children from that home. Since the parents and grandparents are obviously not capable of providing a safe, secure, and drug free environment for the kids, then someone else needs to take them.

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Posted by education4U on 06/05/2008 at 11:10 AM

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