‘Racist’ Trees Cause Controversy in Palm Springs

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Palm Springs, California: Race-conscious activists want the city to chop down a grove of 60-year old tamarisk trees, labeling them ‘racist’, because they border a golf course and separate it from a black residential neighborhood. The claim is that the motive for planting them was unacceptable. If they had been planted to separate a white neighborhood from the golf course, that would have been acceptable but not to separate it from a black neighborhood. [Does anyone see a flaw in this proposal? Or is it a flaw in the people making the proposal?] -GEG

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Unbelievable… only liberals could come up with this diatribe. These guys are genetically wired to fight truth and laws it seems… and don’t care about anything but getting their way. They lose their butts in the election, lose on most counts of constitutional and ethical society, and simply can’t stop trying to foment strife, division and other childish pablum. Wonder who first came up with “racist tree” concept? Do no blacks play golf? If homes weren’t even built there when the trees existed, how can this hold water? Because the liberals, or even “conservative” troublemakers want to scream and yell… Read more »