that's not why i'm mad

Thursday, January 17, 2008
while i may be the only one, i dont thinkg hillary really meant anything racial by her comments. i'm more upset with her for this: art.clinton.johnson.ap.jpg
just chattin' it up w/ bob johnson, huh? NO! i do not appreciate it, regardless of the fact that he may have attempted to come to her rescue. 

in case you missed it: 

As an African-American, I'm frankly insulted that the Obama campaign would imply that we are so stupid that we would think Bill and Hillary Clinton, who have been deeply and emotionally involved in black issues when Barack Obama was doing something in the neighborhood that -- and I won't say what he was doing, but he said it in his book -- when they have been involved.- Robert Johnson, founder of BET

honestly, i'm more upset at the fact that she claims to be in support of african-americans and sits up and acts like this man was not responsible for one of the worst things to ever happen in african-american history. furthermore, his statement was...for lack of a better term, lame. of course, he later recants his statements. But we all know what he meant and what he was referring to. however, foot-in-mouth syndrome is common among Z-list figures.  people say whatever the hell they want and later just "take it back". 

instead of focusing on what obama did, let's focus on the excriment that spews from the broadcast station that you created! how about that? would that be a good start for rectifying "black issues"?

as far as barack obama and illicit drugs, the hypocricy is rampant. let's state some facts. alcohol is a drug. it is illegal for someone under the age of 21 to consume alcohol. let's not pretend that all these politicians, without exception of hillary, waited until the legal drinking age (may have been 18 during her time) to drink. therefore, most of those folks did illegal drugs too. just a thought. "pot, is that you? you're calling me black?"

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