... to anyone who feels that I called them a racist.
I'm sorry that I wrote anything that might have implied you were a "racist" as the term is commonly used (e.g. a person like David Duke and other overt white supremacists).
That was not my intent. I did not say anything remotely equivalent to stating "you are a racist."
But I did ask a question on my blog.
Is a tendency that I've observed in some online posts to minimize the role of race as a major factor in the GA incidents due to unconscious racism or ageism?
An unconscious response that comes in part from racist influences in North American culture could be happening here.
Suggesting this possibility arising out of involuntary and unconscious cultural influences isn't the same as calling a person a "racist." I just want to suggest that we need to be mindful of influences in our society that encourage us to discount racism.
Again ... my apologies for any misunderstanding my blog words have created here.