These ideas seem to have ignited a healthy debate. For example, more than 1,100 people used the Sun's website to share the article with others. All of the comments I've read and heard express agreement, disagreement, or a tenuous middle ground as the reader struggles with the implications of LBS' position. An online reader with the handle "platomd" used crude stereotypes and poor grammar to disagree: "[W]hen will Afro-Americans starting taking responsibility for their own actions," the writer asked. "High levels of violence, ignorance and indolence fuel their desire to blame other for the ineffectual lives they lead ... Get your acts together many of us do not want to support them anymore." Commenter "Bloomin Onion" insisted, "We should be living in a post-racial America now without black interests and white interests … [W]e are all Americans …" I agree. We are all Americans, but we can't address centuries of oppression by ignoring it.