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The Unemployable Farrakhan

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Submitted by Jay1 (United States), Jul 17, 2010 at 17:59

People do such diverse things for livings. Car Salesman sell cars and their custormer base are people looking for a car. Political commentators talk about and sell opinions,and their customer base are people linterested in current events of a particular or varied subject. Artists sell their art, brokers their stocks, realtors sell homes,and clothing stores sell suits.If you ask all of them,they will tell you with probable pride,what they do for a living. Mr. Farrakhan is in the business of selling divisiveness and hate. His talents are to divide people.He does it for a living and has done pretty well to date I imagine..He has his pitched customer base,and sadly, he often harps on the subject of Jewish people -because in the Jewish people he detects a minority soft spot. Hes willing to hurt a percieved weak to make his living. Its a notorious type of salesman. Its called immoral by most. Full of lies by others. Mr Farrakhan, smiling and dressed for success, must be worried our newer America is putting him out of business. With white and black people largely liking and loving each other, what will Mr Farrakhan do for a living? With our engaging African American president in the White House, Farrakhan and his employment types are left to speak louder yet smaller. Why? Because they're on their way to being unemployed. They're unemployable. And they wont even qualify for unemployment insurance.

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