This has gotten pretty far off topic and the way its turning can end super bad, I hope you all know that.
There are many things I'd like to say about most of what's written above, but I won't. It's ridiculous when you have to argue facts against make-believe so I'll just address the points I found most interesting.
First off, light skinned people are obviously not black, a simple truth of reality but apparently every person descended from the color black; the Vietnamese folks here don't have it that rough. Though there is one really big racial slur (or maybe it's just a racial comment) but it could be taken as a compliment. It's along the lines of 'I wish I was Asian so I could blow things up with my mind,' y'know, 'cause Asian kids get great grades. Also, take that however you want.
The only group of people who see intense discrimination in my city are Indians, aboriginals, and the only reason they see such open-knowledge hate is because there is quite a number of homeless Natives Downtown and around. But I've talked with them and they're nice people, they tell you to watch out for crazy people and one guy even told me how to get back to Osbourne Village after I got lost. They're good people who've seen some bad times because they are judged by EVERYONE in the city, there's zero prejudice there.
I really don't want John McCaine (or whoever) to win and I had thought that the running was between Clinton and Obama but then hey, this guy puts out like, one add and everyone suddenly know his name. It would have been nice if Clinton won and followed through with her capital medicine ploy; as I understood it, she was a real solid lady before she got bribed and slipped into that side of politics, or so I think.
It would have been nice to have one of my American friends say to 'I just broke my leg and the bill was zero.' Not $3000.