I regularly disagree with black people with respect to politics. The reason for the disagreement is because black people are nearly all liberals. And I am largely in agreement with black conservatives. Thus the issue is politics, not skin color.
I find racism to be an ugly mindset to say the least. And I suspect that this problem is more prevelant in the black community than among white people. Why? Because there is a much higher degree of racial solidarity among blacks than among whites. Blacks are nearly all liberal and are very likely to shun the conservatives among them. Have you seen the rantings of Barack Obama's minister? "We (Americans, presumably white Americans) believe in white supremacy and black inferiority and believe it more than we believe in God" he said among many other blatantly racist statements. Of course there are racists among whites, but are they getting anything approaching widespread support among whites? No, they are not. But if you look at clips of Minister Wright's sermons that are now all over the internet and the television, you will see an audience rejoicing in his hateful speech.
But let me be quite clear here. The answer to black racism is not white racism. And this I want Discriminator (recent poster on race who favors white solidarity) and others to understand.
I reject the idea of racial solidarity among blacks and I reject the idea of racial solidarity among whites. Both are harmful ideologies. Hate will get you nowhere.