Here is a funny example of a Democrat agitating race conflict for CNN. He is a black dude (young people would say "a nigga") named "LZ" Granderson.QuoteLZ Granderson is a CNN contributor, a senior writer for ESPN and lecturer at Northwestern University. Commentary by the former Hechinger Institute fellow has been recognized by the Online News Association, the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.His thesis is that it is not Sterling, but me, who is a racist.QuoteThe problem is that while men such as Bundy and Sterling may be racist, they are not the face of racism. Not today's version.But we'll place that yoke on their shoulders anyway because it's easy, like James dunking on a kiddie rim.Some conservatives will quickly pedal away from the Bundys and the Ted Nugents of the world, insisting that they are not like those rodeo clowns. They don't have a racist bone in their body because they would never make such outlandish statements. But then they turn around and marvel at how "well-spoken" or "articulate" a black person is and think nothing of it.Actually, it was Joe Biden who said that. And Barack Obama elevated him to Vice President.QuoteIn the article published Wednesday, Biden is quoted evaluating presidential rivals Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-New York, former Sen. John Edwards, D-North Carolina, and Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois. His remarks about Obama, the only African-American serving in the Senate, drew the most scrutiny."I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy," Biden said. "I mean, that's a storybook, man." (Watch Biden's comments and Obama's reaction Video)Granderson goes on to say:QuoteToday, racism isn't a crazy old white man with a dead calf on his shoulders proclaiming he's "unracist." No, it's elected officials such as U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin saying inner-city men are "not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work"Actually, it was Michelle Obama who said:QuoteInstead of walking miles every day to school, they're sitting on couches for hours playing video games, watching TV. Instead of dreaming of being a teacher or a lawyer or a business leader, they're fantasizing about being a baller or a rapper.Granderson continues his provocative and dishonest call to arms:QuoteRacism 2.0 is busily working in the shadows, gerrymandering away voting rights and creating legislation that makes pre-emptively shooting dead a young black man who makes you nervous synonymous with standing one's ground... mispronouncing Rosa Parks' name pales in comparison to the politics of courting a racist electorate.A racist electorate? He is talking about white people. You. Is there room in the NBA for black nationalists to tell lies and agitate violence against white people? Yes, that is their core business. Granderson concludes, on cnn.com:QuoteToday racism has a different look. A different sound. A different voice - though the song is still the same.So pretty much any white person, no matter what he says or does, don't be fooled. He is the enemy.