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When Is It Okay to Mention the Pitfalls of Minority Home Ownership Pandering?
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If you’re a conservative writer who dares to point out the downside of government policies that loosened lending standards for first-time minority homebuyers, you’re a RAAAACIST. (See, for example, here and here.)

But if you’re the New York Times wanting to point out how George W. Bush’s minority home ownership pandering is responsible for the subprime crisis, you’re simply SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER!

Steve Sailer observes that the Times is finally catching up to him.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Subprime crisis