The recent crusade seems to be “white privilege.” I had two white parents, so I am white also. That’s not white privilege; that’s genetics.
I am a high school graduate and never got in serious trouble. That wasn’t white privilege; that was good parenting. I spent 30 years in the Marine Corps. That was American patriotism, not white privilege.
My wife and I have three children, all after we were married. That’s not white privilege; that’s good morals. The food they ate, the clothes on their backs and the roof over their heads, we provided without taking other people’s money. That was not white privilege; that was parental responsibility.
My children have blessed us with seven grandchildren, all born after marriage and provided for by their parents.
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Parenting, morals and personal responsibility define character, and character will open doors, not color. These are “white privileges” everyone can have.