May 1, 2011

Tony Katz takes on Contessa Brewer over 'Racers'

A succinct label for unsubstantiated charges of racism against anyone, particularly conservatives, for challenging Obama on his policies and record, was long overdue. Tony Katz appeared on MSNBC with Contessa Brewer and delivered:


We've usually just called people like Al Sharpton and Soledad O'Brien (especially Curious George 3:30 mark) charlatans or race-baiters but race-baiters is three syllables and takes up too much space after a Twitter #. 'Racers' sums it up so nicely that a law of biased media was formed in its wake .

Katz's Law states: As a discussion about Obama grows longer, the probability of charges of racism approaches one.

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