Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The "N" word ("Nappy-headed")

So today, the commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) declared that "FREE internet is a civil right for every nappy headed child". You can't make this stuff up...

First and foremost, the concept of "free" is lost on this illiterate idiot. Nothing is free, someone, somewhere has to pay for it, and in the situation specified, it would be the American tax-payer (in addition to paying for their own internet). For those not paying attention, that's called "welfare". Can you say "welfare"? I knew you could...

I pay almost $100/month for internet, but my kids are white, so they have fewer civil rights than "nappy headed children"? Why does this racist think the offspring of ethnically similiar individuals to her should get for free, what others pay for? And when did the internet become a CIVIL RIGHT???

Anyways, now that I've blown off some steam about entitled, racist, elitist, government-job-having morons trying to ruin this country again... I'd like to add - Ms. Mignon Clyburn is the daughter of South Carolina Representative (D) and House Majority WHIP (for a few more weeks) James Clyburn. I weep for the State of South Carolina. I guess it really holds true, that it's not what you know, but you know, or more importantly, who you are related to. Nepotism at it's best, or worst... whatever, it's just another "N" word... anyone keeping tally?

But I digress.

Let's talk (briefly) about the whole double-standard that exists in regards to racism today, juxtaposing this situation with one that occurred recently, and cost a white man his job. Don Imus, a radio personality, on April 4th, 2007, used the term "Nappy headed ho's" to describe the women's basketball team at Rutgers College.

On April 9th, he appeared on the radio show of the not-so-reverend Al Sharpton (yup, the one and only). From the Wikipedia article...
Sharpton called the comments "abominable", "racist", and "sexist", and repeated his earlier demand that Imus be fired 
Further, the write-up states:
CBS board member and former NAACP president Bruce S. Gordon said that Imus should not be allowed to come back even after the suspension, claiming that his remarks "crossed the line, a very bright line that divides our country".
And of course:
On April 11, 2007, Steve Capus of NBC News, bowing to pressure from Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, announced that MSNBC would no longer simulcast Imus in the Morning, effective immediately.
Kiss your job good-bye. Those "N" word remarks (talking about "nappy headed" again) cost a radio personality his living. And I would like to qualify here, racism, in any form, should not be tolerated. Predictably, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, two champions in the fight for equality and racial equity, anywhere a black person is discriminated against (within eyeshot of a camera and a reporter, at least) played their part beautifully.

But then this...
Sen. (and presidential candidate) Barack Obama, and several high-profile NBC African-American personalities, including Al Roker previously a friendly guest on the show, opposed Imus's return.

Did that article just say Barack Obama opposed his return? Hoo-yaa! Good to know our President, the elected figure-head of our great country, the first ever African-American President, takes "nappy-headed" comments to heart. I bet it's only a matter of hours, maybe a day or two at most, before this woman, this racist, this head of the FCC (a federal organization) forfeits her job, for her demonstrated racism against African-Americans, in keeping with recent liberal media tradition and black activist policy, for using the new "N" word.

End racism, all racism. Oppose Sharpton, Jackson, Obama, and the two-faced liberal media and "progressive" left.

In the immortal words of Forest Gump... "That's all I have to say about that..."

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