When and if the first black or female United State President is elected this November, then the fundamental assumptions of the divide posed by past discrimination practices may be perceived differently than we might now expect. Regardless of how great such election events might be, there also may be negative consequences. Because of the competitive, religious social, political and economic nature of the various camps involved, as a "big thinker" I wonder if anyone else senses that there is a tremendous load of silent anger and animosity and that has built up within factions of the American public over the decades? It has been a while since there have been major riots in our cities. Should this issue be openly discussed now rather than later?