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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# First, I would like to address Pete's comments on racial and social inequity. Sad to say, But I don't think racism in the south will ever vanish. It is bred from generation to generation, and festers like like an infection. Ask a person why he/she hates, and you won't get a rational answer. As far as blame goes, it doesn't matter, because in our society, unless it is a financial scandel of Wall street proportions, politicians and government officials rarely face any consequences for their failure to act upon a catastrophe in a rational and humane manner. Maybe in lite of the tragic events in the south this may change. Fortunately, compassionate people still exist in the United States, and around the world, and assistance in all forms is becomeing available to these people. Some of the same figure heads responsible for the misques and failure to act appropiately, will ultimately take credit for the aid and rebuilding of the ravaged areas. This is life in the United States. This is not the case everywhere though. There are other places prone to disasters which have well thought out plans, and use them appropiately and in a timely manner. I only hope that a valuable lesson has been learned here. I hope you can pardon my cynacism, but these situations happen all to frequently. I am a fragment of my imagination #endquote#
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