The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for May 18, 2003
Huey: The burden of bringing the truth to the ignorant masses is both heavy and complicated. The key is not just what you say, it's how you say it. Problem is, people sometimes confuse my confident righteousness for arrogance, at which point they stop listening... If I were to communicate in a humble, less aggressive fashion, I wonder if I might be more effective? But then again, humility in the face of my overwhelming genius would obviously amount to hypocrisy. Caeser: I'm sorry... were you saying something?