The conservative blogger in Georgia takes issue with the conservative Republican commentator's ad slamming gun control laws, using the infamous Jim Crow laws as a historical reference: "Dear Star Parker: You[r] use of 'RACISM CHASING' to make a political point in the AMERICAN POLITICAL DOMAIN today is as tired as the 'Foot traffic across 'Confederate General Edmund Pettus Bridge' [that black liberal leaders recently did in Selma, Ala.] during the first weekend in March. How does the knowledge that PAST GUN CONTROL LAWS IN AMERICA were used to keep firearms out of the hands of Black people align with the problems TODAY Within The Black Community? Those 'Home Invading Street Pirates' from your video are most likely BLACK. Is it possible that this issue will be MITIGATED within the Black Community using something other than POLITICS?"
He argues that you can't negate racism chasing with racism chasing, especially when the issue involves internal challenges within Black America and not the political system: "The only way to fight a 'Racism Chaser' is to move him OUT OF the 'Malcolm X Political Football Game' and INTO the 'Black Community Governance Domain' and force him to prove that his 'offense' is a FIX FOR any problem within the community and not just a 'Congregational Unity' builder."