The first one was when he was on Rachel and he said that he was against the Civil Rights bill because it told property rights owner that they had to serve and accommodate African Americans. He squarely says property is more important than people. Secondly, he said the free market would have taken care of segregation. The free market had a completely functional system working.
The one is when in med school he would try to tell fellow students the wrong things to study. The=at in essence is cheating and that he doesn't think he has the mental capacity to compete.
It may have been sportsmanship that got Richard Sherman into trouble rather than a lack of it. The Seattle Seahawks' All-Pro cornerback was fitted with a microphone for the NFC Championship Game and audio released by the NFL on Wednesday night sheds light on the heated moments before he delivered the boastful and rancorous postgame interview that stole the spotlight from his team's victory.
Sherman helped seal his team's spot in Super Bowl XLVIII by deflecting a pass intended for San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree with just 22 seconds remaining in the NFC title tilt. After the victory-securing deflection, Sherman got to his feet and again chased down Crabtree. As the wide receiver was walking back toward the 49ers' sideline, Sherman slapped him on the butt and said "Hell of a game!" Sherman repeated those words and extended his hand to Crabtree. Rather than accepting the handshake, Crabtree shoved Sherman. He pushed his left hand into Sherman's facemask.
I just spoke to a coworker and this is who the ACA is for. His mother has become disabled and her monthly premium was more than she was getting in her disability payment. No "insurance company" would offer her insurance because of her preexisting condition. Some fly by night insurance company picked her up and she was paying through her nose just so she could get her medications. It took her 3 weeks to register but once she saw what her insurance was going to cost with the subsidies she started to cry. She is so happy now. She can actually live again.
Parents of kids in colleges chime in. Many schools like UGA( not southern bashing) make all freshman stay on campus the first year. There is no commuting to these schools. The consequence is that many poorer kids simply can't afford to attend these schools. This is defacto segregation and I think it goes on all over the country. Anyone else see this happening.