Thursday, July 10, 2008

Oh, Jesse!



It seems the Rev. Jesse Jackson was caught backstage before a Fox News interview saying to Fox host, Whitey McOreo, that "Obama was talking down to black people...I want to cut his nuts off."

KABOOM!

Another Reverend Wright issue?
Nope, not this time.
You see, a lot of white folks can barely tolerate black people, especially the likes of Rev. Jackson.
When Jackson was overheard saying he wanted to castrate Obama, rather than turn off racially picky white voters, I think it'll do the opposite.
Jackson apologized profusely. Obama accepted his apology.
But the die was cast.
Score one for Obama's camp.

6 comments:

dguzman said...

WTF!? Sometimes I think Jesse's lost it completely. Sometimes I think he's lost it 99%.

karenzipdrive said...

I like the guy, but I'm not sure he'd like me much. I have a hunch he's a bit of a racist.

bigsis said...

I talked to several of my African American friends and they don't like Jesse anyway, one reason being he's a racist. He thinks the things Obama was saying should be kept among the black population, not said in front of white folks. I guess he's especially sensitive since he's got an illegit child or two. Jesse's done, he may as well move in with Rev Wright. Big points for Obama as long as he doesn't start defending Jesse.

karenzipdrive said...

Yeah, I see where Jesse's coming from, because God forbid white people find out that Black men might occasionally have the tendency to walk out on their baby mamas.

Dusty said...

Yeah, Jesse did him a big favor I think.

Just shows what a two faced Prick Ole Jesse can be. Not surprising in the least, he more like a politician than most folks give him credit for.

bigsis said...

Now Bernie Mack is in trouble for some comments at an Obama rally. Why would you ask Bernie to do his stand up act and then boo him because he's got a potty mouth? Now even black folks fear saying the wrong thing to or in front of other black folks. At this point everyone is walking on egg shells because of the hypersensitivity to racial issues. Can't we all just get along?