Here we go again.

“People who are poor are not suffering from any kind of a (poor) work ethic. I grew up pretty poor. But I got up at 4 o clock in the morning to deliver milk from a milk truck before going to school at 8:30.

I don’t need Newt Gingrich what it is to have a work ethic.

What he is talking about stratifying people. He is saying that the poor children in their schools ought to be the janitors in their schools. So that other people in the schools who are not so poor can see them as their servers. That is what we get from what he is saying. And to talk about what his daughter may have done. His daughter was never a janitor in the school she attended. That to me is a double standard. I understand what he is saying and most African Americans understand what he is saying. And we are not going to stand for it.”

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