December 27, 2013

Relevancy. Still seeking it.

Guess who's demanding a meeting with the A&E network to discuss the Phil Robertson "incident?" You got it -- Jesse Jackson. The long-time race hustler was miffed at Robertson's [admittedly moronic] statement "about blacks being happy in the south prior to the civil rights movement." Jackson also claimed that the Duck Dynasty star's comment was more offensive than what the bus driver told Rosa Parks in Montgomery, Alabama some 59 years ago.

Naturally, Jackson's demands/remarks would carry a lot more weight if he hadn't uttered some real [racial] whoppers himself over the years.

Posted by Hube at December 27, 2013 11:45 AM | TrackBack

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It was a moronic statement, but Jackson is the last person who should be demanding a meeting considered that he's the same guy who once called New York "Hymietown."

Posted by: Carl at December 27, 2013 01:12 PM

Indeed. And that's only the beginning. He does this shit just to remind people he's still alive.

Posted by: Hube at December 27, 2013 07:05 PM

I seem to recall reading somewhere that Jackson flunked out of the seminary in the 1960s. How he became a Reverend is anyone's guess...

Posted by: Carl at December 28, 2013 02:42 PM

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