Bill Cosby has been traveling the country since 2004 with a message for his fellow African Americans: stop thinking and acting like victims! He's received constant criticism from the likes of Al Sharpton for imploring black men to stay with their children, and for the culture of "blame white people first" to stop being the crutch millions lean on when their own lives don't work out the way they wanted.
With his most recent book, Come on People, Cosby is actually getting favorable reviews from his previous critics. But of course Al Sharpton, in this Washington Times story, has to remind everyone just how unjust our justice system is, and how Cosby should focus more on that.
Don't listen to him, Bill, and keep up the good fight. You're a braver man than most to take on the disingenuous race-baiters who feed off social and ethnic divisions in this country.