Cosby is definitely an enigma. You are quick to point out his supposed "anti black" statements and his reference to all those things that cause the typical stereotypes of the black culture, yet you fail to point out his connection to Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Black Islam and the countless millions he Cosby has given this organization. This organization, by all counts, is an anti-white, strongly racist hate group. So, go figure! Cosby gave the commencement speech at my son's college graduation (Bradley University) and all he did was lecture the predominantly white school how it was their obligation and responsibility to go into the inner-city and help educate black kids. If I had a tomato, I would have thrown it at him. He was way out of line. Maybe all the things you claim he said, was intentional to call attention to issues that should be noted and dealt with by the black community. Can you say he was wrong? He didn't invent these "stereotypes" he simply pointed them out. Maybe that is what the black race needs instead of us whites all having to keep our mouths shut about the things that are quickly destroying our culture, so we are not accused of being racist.
There are many things I do not like about Cosby but I guess at least I appreciate the fact hat he has the guts to say what he thinks.