LAST EDITED ON 11-29-08 AT 04:29 PM (EST)
No, according to me all of those are stereotypes associated with African Americans. I do not hold those stereotypes, but many people who have think it is acceptable to use the n-word to describe people think that it is acceptable precisely because they "brought it on themselves" by exhibiting those characteristics.
Having stereotypes is in no way related to rational thought. Some people even think it is possible to "act gay," for instance.
(ETA: Just out of curiosity, what kind of behavior would somebody have to exhibit in order to make it understandble that somebody else would refer to him or her as a nigger? Your whole argument hinges on the fact that it is supposedly understandable that people would react this way, so what kinds of actions or attributes could legitimately cause such a reaction?)
I feel very sad for you that you would insinuate or outright make that claim in your post.
If you had any familiarity with these boards in general, you would realize that my posts have contained hyperbole and sarcasm to make a point. They have not expressed my feelings about African Americans.
Of course, if you had any familiarity with these boards in general, you would also realize that it is proper to refer to me as "Dr. History Buff" rather than "Mr. History Buff."
"We must scrupulously guard the civil rights and civil liberties of all our citizens, whatever their background. We must remember that any oppression, any injustice, any hatred, is a wedge designed to attack our civilization." --- Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 9 January 1940