Friday, July 18, 2008

There is only one "n-word"; this word is not 'nuts'.

Dear American news media,

'Nuts' is not a bad word. You could also say 'balls' or 'testes', neither of which are bad words. If you can call a woman a bitch on TV, CNN can use the word 'nuts' if it is legitimately news worthy. I don't want to shock anyone, but I hear from various sources that the majority of men have testicles, so I think that it is probably fine to say.

Please quit calling it 'the n-word', it's juvenile and honestly quite silly.



And while I'm on the topic...

This whole Jackson-Obama "feud" is ridiculous and the situation reminds me of the plot of an old episode of Scrubs, in which JD doesn't realize his mic is still on. (Coincidentally, this episode was about race.) Unprofessional.

Furthermore, I don't ask my pastor who to vote for (Obama), but if he started trying to tell me who to vote for, that would be the end of his religious guidance.

Jackson is a sham and in my opinion has not helped anyone, black or white, in America since the mid-sixties, unless you think so-called "interracial" political coalitions are super.

Additionally, Jackson has been a divisive force within every group he has belonged to, from the SCLC, to the Democratic Party, to America.

Oh and by the way, he's an anti-Semite.

Oh and he's a baptist minister who cheated on his wife (hypocrite) and was too stupid to use protection (so stupid) .

And lest we forget, he is a grown man who uses the word 'nuts' and an idiot who doesn't know how to keep his mouth shut in a TV studio.

If you are the only person in the universe who isn't sick of this topic, you can catch up at the NYT.


Elwood said...

It baffles me how this man, who was standing 5 feet or less from Martin Luther King Jr. when he was shot dead, could be so unhelpful when it comes to race relations.

Also, he used the actual "n-word" while his mic was still hot, too. It's just not being shown.

Dr. Zoltar said...

Jesse Jackson just needs to retire from the public limelight. He was giving an opportunity to help promote African-American issues and blew it. He doesn't follow what he preaches, is a sham, and has become a shell of a man. He is a disgrace to race relations as well as religion.

qtilla said...

I agree. There is a certain point when you need to look at your goal and how best to attain it. If his goal is promoting equality, he needs to go away.