News 9's Josh McElveen interviewed Ann Romney, the wife of presidential candidate Mitt Romney, on Thursday.
Ronald: I think racism should be defined for the masses. It is being used out of context for many who don't feel they are being respected the way they want. However, respect is a multilane street. Empathy should not be the basis for racism. It is defined as "prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior". Currently, I honestly do not see one race being treated any differently from the next. All races in this country our treated with the same level of consideration though some perceive their opportunities differently. Striving for a better life means putting energy into success, but handouts from the government is not going to make you wealthy or successful.