Also @ghostravage I wanted to point out that Ares (Marvel) is not really a slug if I remember correctly. I'm looking for the specific examples I remember seeing but he was shown pinning Hermes with an arrow to the foot who was moving so fast houses exploded when he went past. He was also quite the quick draw when it came to weapons, I'm sure you've done your research on him since you used him as a strong comparison so if I'm wrong on this please tell me.
@micah: He does his best Bill Cosby impression- telling black people why they have screwed up. It is always their fault. Apparently Black people don't like to have strong family values and they take advantage of "racist" institutional tricks that get them into colleges...you know like the one Ben Carson took advantage of when he went to school.
I think it is strange for black people to be republicans, but not unexpected. The difference is Carson is in a higher tax bracket and some people become republicans to protect their money. I don't know how gay people could be republican. I only understand how rich people can be republican.
I actually agree with the whole telling black people they have screwed up statement in some situations. For an example wouldn't you say it's irresponsible to have 4 and 5 kids or even to have kids at all when you can barely support yourself and live in the ghetto? This situation isn't universal but it is widespread, and then you have people who claim to live the "hood life" and do their best to make sure any black kid with a book is automatically labeled white. So IMO when you have people who give up opportunities out of sheer ignorance and devalue family ties due to many other practices, then calling them out on that is well within his rights. I'm black so I do have knowledge in this subject.
These are all stereotypes. Most blacks in the ghetto aren't like this.
They aren't stereotypes. I understand how you could get that impression but this is a real issue that gets called a stereotype when it is brought up. Bottom line is people make stupid choices then call you wrong for calling them out on said subject, and complain about not having opportunities when in actuality they dug themselves a much bigger whole than what they started in. I agree with @ericmbacon in that the issue is not just a black issue it's also a white issue as well.