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Oh I get it! Because you think black people don't articulate their words properly. So instead of saying "both of us" they say "bofus", like someone with a mental disability. Wow. I don't throw this around unless I mean it literally and individually, but that's racist.
Almost nobody is the best ever at any given thing. In most cases, comparing an individual to any sufficiently large group in any given metric will find the individual lacking compared to someone in that group. "All black people ever" is a sufficiently large group.
I don't know if it is worth the effort to continue in this extensive back and forth. If you respond I will certainly read and consider your response regardless.
Either way, if you're interested I found that episode #207 of the Sam Harris "Making Sense" podcast very largely reflects my position on the matter. I just found it today.
Broadly speaking, I agree with most of your proposals (I bet we disagree on what each proposal means in practice). But I am little confused about your position on voting. Unless you want all incarceration abolished, you are in favor of taking away people's freedom, but not their vote? Why is voting inviolable but freedom isn't?