I commend you on that Ban. When you said typical Americans were one head hair away from complete racism like the KKK I took it as you only meaning whites. Your above answer to my question shows us all that you also meant blacks in that statement. I agree.
The reason most whites don't like Jesse Jackson is because he doesn't think like you. He always blames whites for racism, never blacks and even tries to "tame" free thinking blacks like in this statement:
At a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation dinner commemorating the 25th anniversary of his campaign for the White House, Rev. Jackson directed pointed criticism at Rep. Artur Davis (D-Ala.) by saying "You can't vote against health care and call yourself a black man." Davis, who was the only CBC member to vote against the bill, is also running for governor in his solidly-conservative state, where the legislation is viewed as unpopular.
I think we can all agree that a black man doesn't HAVE to vote for health care in order to call himself black. Now if you could only get to Jesse with your views, you might be able to change the thoughts of many in America.