Chicago Sun-Times' left-wing political reporter Natasha Korecki (photo right) stirred the racism pot today claiming former Republican Congressman Joe Walsh's "I Have A Dream" speech has resulted in a "nightmarish backlash".
According to Korecki, "[unamed] critics say Walsh’s version clings to generalizations and stereotypes of young black males."
Not surprisingly, Walsh (photo right) disagrees, telling Illinois Review, "Which of my dreams does Natasha Korecki and the Sun Times disagree with. Does she not dream as well that young black males stop shooting other young black males? Does she not dream that all young blacks graduate from high school? Does she not think low income black parents should have the right to choose where their kids go to school."
"It's pretty simple," said Walsh. "If low income blacks want to succeed they need to stop listening to black so called leaders like Al Sharpton and white liberals like Natasha Korecki and take charge of their own lives.
Martin Luther King would say the same thing. What's so offensive about that?"