Actually, to be completely serious, I do think that it's a problem that people generally get a pass on racism as long as they keep it PC and know how to vocalize it. It was my main problem with Crash--the movie missed what I consider to be the really crucial point, which is that plenty of people are still racist, but in most parts of the US they've learned how to mask it, without actually addressing their racism itself. Still, it's better than nothing. That is exactly the problem. It seems that a social explosion in the manner of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" would be fitting. Sort of a "Straw Dogs" moment.