- Dec 2007
- Pennsylvania, USA
You are correct that her point could have been better-worded. However it does not necessarily follow that the wording she used resulted in a "racist statement," which was your original contention.Fair enough.
She could have made her point without saying we won't be a white nation, there was absolutely no reason to add that in for the context she was going for. She listed two issues she has a problem with, xenophobics and white people.
She could have just left it with "we are a nation of many, not a few" and made her point but she felt the need to say that it also won't be a white nation.
If you just want to point out that she could have chosen better wording, then we're in agreement.