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2013-06-26 09:35:10 AM
A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?
 
2013-06-26 09:35:31 AM
Popeye the Sailor Man?
 
2013-06-26 09:35:52 AM
www.sadanduseless.com
 
2013-06-26 09:36:18 AM
Who knew a 66 year old white lady from Georgia who speaks English like a slack-jawed yokel would be racist?
 
2013-06-26 09:36:45 AM
well crap.  it worked a couple days ago.  Sorry.
 
2013-06-26 09:37:22 AM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: well crap.  it worked a couple days ago.  Sorry.


nevermind, now it works.


*goes back to work herself*
 
2013-06-26 09:37:52 AM
Can we stop giving her attention yet?
 
2013-06-26 09:38:06 AM
Who knew that Fark would be loaded with grammar Nazis going after low hanging fruit?
 
2013-06-26 09:38:15 AM
I'm now going to make candied spinach. Ah ka ka ka ka.
 
2013-06-26 09:38:37 AM
Her interview this morning was the saddest act I've ever seen. Matt Lauer should have just cut her off, because it was just pathetic.
 
2013-06-26 09:38:49 AM

IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?


Dammit stop generalizing, not all of us are like her.

/I know, welcome to fark
//I probably got trolled
///Maybe the non-insane portion of what's left of the GOP should break off and form our own group
 
2013-06-26 09:39:35 AM

Arkanaut: Popeye the Sailor Man?


Hi sailor. Want some butter?
 
2013-06-26 09:40:40 AM

AntonChigger: ///Maybe the non-insane portion of what's left of the GOP should break off and form our own group


I'm sorry, I can't hear you over the wahrgbl
 
2013-06-26 09:41:49 AM

IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?


She campaigned for Obama.
 
2013-06-26 09:43:13 AM
A butter-based sub-human life form?
 
2013-06-26 09:44:13 AM

NeoKhan: She campaigned for Obama.


guilty white fat racist?
 
2013-06-26 09:45:24 AM
Call it a hunch, but I can't see her fans being bothered by this..
 
2013-06-26 09:45:30 AM

AntonChigger: Maybe the non-insane portion of what's left of the GOP should break off and form our own group


We left quite a while ago. What is taking you so long?
 
2013-06-26 09:45:34 AM
So the woman makes a racial remark and you all lambast her..

then when she tries to bridge the cultural gap by speaking ebonics you lambast her again..
 
2013-06-26 09:46:00 AM

vudukungfu: NeoKhan: She campaigned for Obama.

guilty white fat racist?


Aren't they all?
 
2013-06-26 09:48:23 AM
You have a fan base that appreciates their meals served in feedbags when they eat alone and in troughs when they eat together.
 
2013-06-26 09:48:56 AM

NeoKhan: IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?

She campaigned for Obama.


And apart from the horrific suggestion that the black men serve as wait staff for a retro-themed party, the fact that she may have uttered a racial slur 30 years ago fails to move the needle for me. The statue of limitations on that has passed, and getting pissed about it now just seems like people needing to get pissed about something.

She may be less than fully accepting, she may even be tone-deaf (that suggestion above didn't appear to be motivated by malice, just incredible unawareness - she seems kind of dotty anyway), but I doubt she's got Klan robes in the attic or a racist newsletter printed under her name.
 
2013-06-26 09:49:32 AM

WhippingBoy: vudukungfu: NeoKhan: She campaigned for Obama.

guilty white fat racist?

Aren't they all?


In case this is bait: no, I do not think all Democrats are guilty white fat racists.  Some (like Paula Deen) are.  But many simply have a higher opinion of the government than I do.
 
2013-06-26 09:50:00 AM
Has she pulled out the "all of you are racist for calling me a racist!" card yet?
 
2013-06-26 09:50:23 AM

atomicmask: So the woman makes a racial remark and you all lambast her..

then when she tries to bridge the cultural gap by speaking ebonics you lambast her again..


I have yet to speak to a black person who cares.
 
2013-06-26 09:51:49 AM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Satan's Bunny Slippers: well crap.  it worked a couple days ago.  Sorry.

nevermind, now it works.


*goes back to work herself*


Interesting.  Tell us more about working yourself.
 
2013-06-26 09:53:44 AM
i149.photobucket.com
Nnnnnyyyyessss - sometimes one has to ignore good grammar & articulation when talking down to the help.
 
2013-06-26 09:56:12 AM
So clearly she's a black zebra with white stripes.
 
2013-06-26 09:56:41 AM
We've all interpreted this incorrectly. It's quite obvious she's the love-child of Popeye and an unnamed black woman.

Her animosity towards black people is clearly misdirected loathing of her mother, a mother abandoned by a sailor who was just in town for weekend liberty. Raising Paula was hard on that urban mother, so hard she had to give Paula up for adoption to the local sausage magnate.

Feel for her.
 
2013-06-26 09:56:46 AM

kpaxoid: atomicmask: So the woman makes a racial remark and you all lambast her..

then when she tries to bridge the cultural gap by speaking ebonics you lambast her again..

I have yet to speak to a black person who cares.


Haven't been able to make any black friends, eh?  Keep trying.  They're a highly selective group and very discerning of subtle racial agendas.  It's all in the generalization manual.
 
2013-06-26 09:56:49 AM

Dr Dreidel: NeoKhan: IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?

She campaigned for Obama.

And apart from the horrific suggestion that the black men serve as wait staff for a retro-themed party, the fact that she may have uttered a racial slur 30 years ago fails to move the needle for me. The statue of limitations on that has passed, and getting pissed about it now just seems like people needing to get pissed about something.

She may be less than fully accepting, she may even be tone-deaf (that suggestion above didn't appear to be motivated by malice, just incredible unawareness - she seems kind of dotty anyway), but I doubt she's got Klan robes in the attic or a racist newsletter printed under her name.


I kind of have to agree.  She may be a product of the old South, but that doesn't mean her views haven't changed (I don't know that they have, don't flame me) or that she isn't at least trying (but from time to time fails spectacularly).  Changing attitudes regarding racism takes generations.  Decades.  And frankly, education.
 
2013-06-26 09:57:12 AM
Say what you will, she's not afraid to call 'em like she sees 'em. As long as that means calling a spade, a spade.
 
2013-06-26 10:04:13 AM

Jesus Farking Christ: Dr Dreidel: NeoKhan: IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?

She campaigned for Obama.

And apart from the horrific suggestion that the black men serve as wait staff for a retro-themed party, the fact that she may have uttered a racial slur 30 years ago fails to move the needle for me. The statue of limitations on that has passed, and getting pissed about it now just seems like people needing to get pissed about something.

She may be less than fully accepting, she may even be tone-deaf (that suggestion above didn't appear to be motivated by malice, just incredible unawareness - she seems kind of dotty anyway), but I doubt she's got Klan robes in the attic or a racist newsletter printed under her name.

I kind of have to agree.  She may be a product of the old South, but that doesn't mean her views haven't changed (I don't know that they have, don't flame me) or that she isn't at least trying (but from time to time fails spectacularly).  Changing attitudes regarding racism takes generations.  Decades.  And frankly, education.


My mother is the same age as Paula, and in the 1980s when it happened, she was 39, long past the civil rights movement.  So cannot say "she is an old southern lady, and that is how they are" because she is not that old.

And it was not just a slur in the 80s, it was the minstrel wedding, the mistreatment of employees, etc, and further racial slurs, it is a pattern.
 
2013-06-26 10:13:47 AM
ahh, another racist keeping the southern stereotype alive and well and bigoted

/it is what it is
 
2013-06-26 10:16:54 AM
Who is this, again?

America, if a turd is glistening enough, you'll give it airtime, won't you?
 
2013-06-26 10:20:26 AM

theflatline: And it was not just a slur in the 80s, it was the minstrel wedding, the mistreatment of employees, etc, and further racial slurs, it is a pattern.


Shouldn't supporting Obama cleanse all these sins away? Being a leftist seems to give an unlimited moral license for all sorts of behavior that would otherwise rightly be decried. It's kind of a soul-cleansing religious thing. Just mouth the right words around the right crowd, receive their approval, then do whatever the f*ck you want, secure in the knowledge that a member of the lefty tribe will always defend, and never censure, another member.

It makes this entire Paula Deen episode all the more surprising. I suppose she just looks and talks 'too republican' to be allowed the typical leniency.
 
2013-06-26 10:30:21 AM
FTFA: Deen said she didn't know if African Americans are offended by the n-word. "It's very distressing for me to go into my kitchens and I hear what these young people are calling each other," she told Lauer. She said she had never joined the use of that language.

She can't have it both ways.

If she really, REALLY doesn't know whether or not African Americans are offended by the N-word, she is more ridiculously stupid than even I thought possible. Also - you don't have to be black to be offended by the N-word. I am lily white, and it makes me sick to hear the N-word coming out of people's mouths. (And please don't start some ridiculous argument with me saying, ..."But rap music". But before you ask, yes, it bothers me there too because to me it trivializes the long and sordid history of the use of the word by making it nothing more than some retarded jingle.)

If we are to take her at her word, that her ignorance of this word is real, then why exactly is it "distressing" for her to go into her kitchens to hear what young people are calling each other?

Oh, that's right - it's because she's lying.

You are either a racist or you're not. Had someone robbed me at gunpoint, at any point in time, it would honestly NEVER occur to me to refer to that person with a racial slur of all things. Wouldn't even cross my mind. Would I call them a motherfarker? Yes, I would. I would also use all other manner of profanity. But my point is, I don't care WHAT this guy did or didn't do to her, this excuse of hers is stupid.

And? 30 years ago was 19 farking 83. Not 1950. That excuse is bullshiat too. She's a vile woman, who already deceived her adoring fans once, by hiding her diabetes from them while teaching them how to prepare food that would have a better chance of having them contract Type II Diabetus (much less heart disease) because coming clean would've been bad for her brand. I'd say we know very clearly now what a piece of self-serving shiat she is.

I hope she keeps talking, because she's dug herself a mighty fine hole.
 
2013-06-26 10:30:50 AM

NeoKhan: IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?

She campaigned for Obama.


She sided with Oprah in campaigning for Obama.  It was a career move.
 
2013-06-26 10:31:37 AM
d.gr-assets.com
 
2013-06-26 10:35:26 AM

Jesus Farking Christ: Dr Dreidel: NeoKhan: IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?

She campaigned for Obama.

And apart from the horrific suggestion that the black men serve as wait staff for a retro-themed party, the fact that she may have uttered a racial slur 30 years ago fails to move the needle for me. The statue of limitations on that has passed, and getting pissed about it now just seems like people needing to get pissed about something.

She may be less than fully accepting, she may even be tone-deaf (that suggestion above didn't appear to be motivated by malice, just incredible unawareness - she seems kind of dotty anyway), but I doubt she's got Klan robes in the attic or a racist newsletter printed under her name.

I kind of have to agree.  She may be a product of the old South, but that doesn't mean her views haven't changed (I don't know that they have, don't flame me) or that she isn't at least trying (but from time to time fails spectacularly).  Changing attitudes regarding racism takes generations.  Decades.  And frankly, education.




I've been trying to figure out exactly what it is that has people so up in arms. An old white lady said "the n word". So what is the big deal? People are stupid and say dumb things.

But I think I have it figuured out. She is a famous person, which many people automatically hate. I fall under this. I hate almost anyone who has been on TV more than 3 times. Also i have hated Dean since I tried to watch an episode of her "cooking" show. But that for most isn't a good enough justification.

But, a couple of years ago we learned she kept the fact that she had diabetes a secret from the public until it could profit her. This is shiatty, but a lot of people might not get the reason why they should despise her, as you have to think harder.

And now, we find out she said a naughty word? Well everyone understands why that is bad. Most of us were punished for naughty words as a kid, and she said one.

/but seiously, how many threads can we have about a woman saying n:gger?
 
2013-06-26 10:35:32 AM
I thought all Paula Deen threads were supposed to be Blazing Saddles threads (in the same way all threads even remotely about airplanes, airlines, etc become Airplane! threads)

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Shamelessly stolen from andyourdog2 from that other PD thread.
 
2013-06-26 10:41:26 AM

Teknowaffle: Jesus Farking Christ: Dr Dreidel: NeoKhan: IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?

She campaigned for Obama.

And apart from the horrific suggestion that the black men serve as wait staff for a retro-themed party, the fact that she may have uttered a racial slur 30 years ago fails to move the needle for me. The statue of limitations on that has passed, and getting pissed about it now just seems like people needing to get pissed about something.

She may be less than fully accepting, she may even be tone-deaf (that suggestion above didn't appear to be motivated by malice, just incredible unawareness - she seems kind of dotty anyway), but I doubt she's got Klan robes in the attic or a racist newsletter printed under her name.

I kind of have to agree.  She may be a product of the old South, but that doesn't mean her views haven't changed (I don't know that they have, don't flame me) or that she isn't at least trying (but from time to time fails spectacularly).  Changing attitudes regarding racism takes generations.  Decades.  And frankly, education.

I've been trying to figure out exactly what it is that has people so up in arms.


This. This is why people are so up in arms. (Start reading at page 14, paragraph 51)

Credit goes to orange whip for posting the link.
 
2013-06-26 10:43:27 AM

kpaxoid: atomicmask: So the woman makes a racial remark and you all lambast her..

then when she tries to bridge the cultural gap by speaking ebonics you lambast her again..

I have yet to speak to a black person who cares.


If you go around asking black people to speak for their race, I have some bad news for you.
 
2013-06-26 10:51:17 AM
I'm kind of sad about all this.  I met her when she came to the radio station I work at to promote a cookbook she had out at the time.  She was the nicest person.  She even gave me an autographed cookbook as a gift.  Her and her husband seemed like the perfect genteel Southern couple.  I guess it was all just PR and image building.
BTW, I never used the cookbook, since every recipe seemed like an excuse to dump a pound of butter into whatever you were cooking.
 
2013-06-26 10:55:34 AM

GreatGlavinsGhost: This. This is why people are so up in arms. (Start reading at page 14, paragraph 51)


That's from the complaint as filed, yes? Merely an allegation from the woman accusing Ms Deen of being a racist. Without some specific claims, there would be no reason to file. (And while I have no reason to doubt the accuser's side of the story, I also have no reason to accept it, and those (from 51) are the only two sentences I read. The totality of the claims suggests a lot of wrongdoing, but I bet if you tallied up the questionable things both I and my boss have said at work (for example, no matter how many times he's threatened to stab me over something, never once did I actually feel threatened; and no matter what I joke about, I'd not use my position to screw with other employees) you might find some actionable words.

That specific suggestion is pretty stupid, and FWIW she knows enough to know that (but not enough to keep it to herself). I don't really care about Ms Diabetes McSticks-o-Butter, but I find it weird that people are calling for blood over stuff she said 30 years ago.

// I'll change that tune if there's an actual finding that she was all discriminate-y, or was physically abusive
// but even then, if the last 15 years or whatever have been clean and she's made good on her karmic debts, who (beyond the courts) cares?
// if she makes good - pays restitution, whatever - not even the courts care
// I understand people have emotional feelings, and that's cool (even if FoodTV fired her again); however *I* don't get it
 
2013-06-26 11:03:02 AM
Beyond supposedly holding an unpopular and offensive opinion, what has she actually done to hurt anyone?

I always found her blazingly white teeth odd, especially for an old lady.
 
2013-06-26 11:13:27 AM

Liz Lemon: FTFA: Deen said she didn't know if African Americans are offended by the n-word. "It's very distressing for me to go into my kitchens and I hear what these young people are calling each other," she told Lauer. She said she had never joined the use of that language.

She can't have it both ways.


I love how she uses the argument that she didn't know it was offensive right after explaining that the only time she used it was during a robbery when she was at her angriest and upset enough to use a word like that.

Also the eighties was a different time. Nowadays the N word gets thrown around casually. Not so much back then - you only used it if you meant it. So the 30-year-ago argument actually makes her position worse, if anything.

She's just throwing out excuses. And not even thinking them through.
 
2013-06-26 11:15:30 AM
The funny thing is that the "I is what I is" may have been put into Paula's head by a racist joke.  As Gawker points out, the old joke goes:

There was a black guy and a white guy. They were debating over
whether god was white or black. The white guy said that there
was only one way to find out and that is to pray. So they go up
on a hill and they pray, and pray, and pray. Finally they here a
voice say, "I am what I am." The white guy jumps up, and says,
"AHA I told you he was white." The black guy jumps up and says,
"What do you mean? That didn't prove anything." "Yes it did,
Because if he was black he would've said I is what I is."
 
2013-06-26 11:21:22 AM
2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-06-26 11:22:35 AM

evilmousse: Beyond supposedly holding an unpopular and offensive opinion, what has she actually done to hurt anyone?

I always found her blazingly white teeth odd, especially for an old lady.


How about continuing to give out her recipes for amazingly unhealthy food even after finding out it had given her diabetes, not disclosing her condition until she could make a buck hawking some treatment for it?
 
2013-06-26 11:23:38 AM
Some Southerners just have trouble with the English language. Among other things.

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2013-06-26 11:40:20 AM
i44.tinypic.com

Is yous in I's?
 
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2013-06-26 11:50:02 AM
came for this .. leaving disapoint
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-06-26 11:51:54 AM

Bruxellensis: Can we stop giving her attention yet?


This will all be over in a week or two, I'm sure.
 
2013-06-26 12:09:19 PM
FTA: "What you see is what you get. I'm not an actress."

As a genuine born-and-raised-and-still-trapped-here Southern woman, I'd like to call bullshiate on that statement-- yawl.
 
2013-06-26 12:34:07 PM
Southern Dumb Belle?
 
2013-06-26 12:40:35 PM

Valiente: Who is this, again?

America, if a turd is glistening enough, you'll give it airtime, won't you?


Apparently you cared enough to comment, which is more than I did until I noted you were a farking Canadian troll.
 
2013-06-26 12:40:41 PM

Liz Lemon: FTFA: Deen said she didn't know if African Americans are offended by the n-word. "It's very distressing for me to go into my kitchens and I hear what these young people are calling each other," she told Lauer. She said she had never joined the use of that language.

She can't have it both ways.

If she really, REALLY doesn't know whether or not African Americans are offended by the N-word, she is more ridiculously stupid than even I thought possible. Also - you don't have to be black to be offended by the N-word. I am lily white, and it makes me sick to hear the N-word coming out of people's mouths. (And please don't start some ridiculous argument with me saying, ..."But rap music". But before you ask, yes, it bothers me there too because to me it trivializes the long and sordid history of the use of the word by making it nothing more than some retarded jingle.)

If we are to take her at her word, that her ignorance of this word is real, then why exactly is it "distressing" for her to go into her kitchens to hear what young people are calling each other?

Oh, that's right - it's because she's lying.

You are either a racist or you're not. Had someone robbed me at gunpoint, at any point in time, it would honestly NEVER occur to me to refer to that person with a racial slur of all things. Wouldn't even cross my mind. Would I call them a motherfarker? Yes, I would. I would also use all other manner of profanity. But my point is, I don't care WHAT this guy did or didn't do to her, this excuse of hers is stupid.

And? 30 years ago was 19 farking 83. Not 1950. That excuse is bullshiat too. She's a vile woman, who already deceived her adoring fans once, by hiding her diabetes from them while teaching them how to prepare food that would have a better chance of having them contract Type II Diabetus (much less heart disease) because coming clean would've been bad for her brand. I'd say we know very clearly now what a piece of self-serving shiat she is.

I hope she keeps talki ...


Yeah, yeah.  Right there with you, but what is your problem with motherfarkers?
 
2013-06-26 12:48:37 PM

TheThighsofTorgo: I'm kind of sad about all this.  I met her when she came to the radio station I work at to promote a cookbook she had out at the time.  She was the nicest person.  She even gave me an autographed cookbook as a gift.  Her and her husband seemed like the perfect genteel Southern couple.  I guess it was all just PR and image building.
BTW, I never used the cookbook, since every recipe seemed like an excuse to dump a pound of butter into whatever you were cooking.


Was there a recipe in there for Maria Schneider's a$$?  If not, Brando should have published a cook book.
 
2013-06-26 12:56:32 PM

StrikitRich: Who knew that Fark would be loaded with grammar Nazis going after low hanging fruit?


Did you notice that Subby left a comma out of the headline?
 
2013-06-26 01:00:17 PM

Magnus: Liz Lemon: FTFA: Deen said she didn't know if African Americans are offended by the n-word. "It's very distressing for me to go into my kitchens and I hear what these young people are calling each other," she told Lauer. She said she had never joined the use of that language.


Point taken good Sir, I will report to sensitivity training forthwith!

/not really
 
2013-06-26 01:04:01 PM

GreatGlavinsGhost: Teknowaffle: Jesus Farking Christ: Dr Dreidel: NeoKhan: IdBeCrazyIf: A fat racist?

AKA a Republican?

She campaigned for Obama.

And apart from the horrific suggestion that the black men serve as wait staff for a retro-themed party, the fact that she may have uttered a racial slur 30 years ago fails to move the needle for me. The statue of limitations on that has passed, and getting pissed about it now just seems like people needing to get pissed about something.

She may be less than fully accepting, she may even be tone-deaf (that suggestion above didn't appear to be motivated by malice, just incredible unawareness - she seems kind of dotty anyway), but I doubt she's got Klan robes in the attic or a racist newsletter printed under her name.

I kind of have to agree.  She may be a product of the old South, but that doesn't mean her views haven't changed (I don't know that they have, don't flame me) or that she isn't at least trying (but from time to time fails spectacularly).  Changing attitudes regarding racism takes generations.  Decades.  And frankly, education.

I've been trying to figure out exactly what it is that has people so up in arms.

This. This is why people are so up in arms. (Start reading at page 14, paragraph 51)

Credit goes to orange whip for posting the link.




I don't like the tubby biatch, but I will say that what was in there (on page 14) reads like someone tried too hard to think of something that might sound like it came from her. I don't think she is creative enough to say something about the "old Shirley Temple days", but that us just me.

The complaint seems like a shotgun blast of "here is all sorts of bad behavior" plus what seems like a piece of shiat racist manager, but I will have to read the complaint more carefully from the beginning.
 
2013-06-26 01:22:54 PM
I get called 'cracker boy' by my neighbor, so he's fair game for 'What's up, nubian?' friendly retort.
Only context it is used. Friends.
 
2013-06-26 01:33:12 PM
If I were to say, "She butchers the language just as the people she hates does," would that be the equivalent of "Yo Dawg, I heard you like racism so I put some racism in your racism post"?
 
2013-06-26 01:34:06 PM
Y'all been readin' her memoirs lately? I was lookin' at some website recently where they was fixin' to quote her ACTUAL PRINTED WORDS IN BOOK FORM and what just about jumped off the page at me like some startled baby bullfrog was how she was droppin' her Gs all over the dadgum place. I reckon I don't mind a little folksy idiom if I'm settlin' down with a book by a professional Southerner, but hellfire if she wasn't elidin' the heck out of her present participles and gerunds.

I tell you what, I was just about hoppin' mad that this know-it-all Yankee website was misquotin' our Miss Paula, on account of how no self-respectin' author would  LITERALLY PRINT ALL HER WORDS THE WAY SHE WANTS THEM TO SOUND IN YOUR HEAD WITHOUT A HINT OF IRONY OR THE EXCUSE THAT SHE'S PHONETICALLY QUOTING A FICTIONAL CHARACTER RATHER THAN EXPRESSING HER OWN ACTUAL THOUGHTS IN NARRATIVE PROSE. But by cracky, sure enough, I got to Googlin' it, and it was true. I 'bout said to my Momma, "Well, shee-it, Momma! Lord a-mighty, ain't nobody perfect these days, not even our Miss Paula Deen!" Well, Momma didn't like hearin' that, and I got one heck of a whuppin'. But I love my Momma and I love Miss Paula Deen, so I reckon it'll all come out square in the end.

/except for the racist martyr bullshiat, she can rot in hell for that.
//also the food, which I'm just now getting a look at... Christ on a deep-fried cracker, what is wrong with this woman?!
 
2013-06-26 04:08:03 PM
In my personal opinion the racial divide is being perpetuated by the black community. If a white person of some stature or success or authority does something or says something that they don't like whether it's offensive or not, they are considered racist.

It's getting ridiculous.

What if I wanted to start White Entertainment Television? Is that racist?

National Association for the Advancement of White People? Is that racist?

Caucasion Magazine to compete with Ebony or Essence? Is that racist?

I can go on... but what's the point. So a public figure said something 30 years ago... does she still need to suffer for it?

Personally there are other minorities in this country that have a worse time. Try being ridiculed and hated for your religion because some extremists hijacked planes and flew them into buildings.
 
2013-06-26 09:57:25 PM
So if I want to defend her, I'd have to say, "She are what she are."  But I don't want to defend her,  I think she's a dingbat,
 
2013-06-27 04:11:14 PM

Tergah: In my personal opinion the racial divide is being perpetuated by the black community. If a white person of some stature or success or authority does something or says something that they don't like whether it's offensive or not, they are considered racist.

It's getting ridiculous.

What if I wanted to start White Entertainment Television? Is that racist?

National Association for the Advancement of White People? Is that racist?

Caucasion Magazine to compete with Ebony or Essence? Is that racist?

I can go on... but what's the point. So a public figure said something 30 years ago... does she still need to suffer for it?

Personally there are other minorities in this country that have a worse time. Try being ridiculed and hated for your religion because some extremists hijacked planes and flew them into buildings.



C+ -- So close, good start but fell apart on the follow thru.  Rework!
 
2013-06-27 08:00:57 PM
Her ego's got bigger since she called the n*gger, she's Paula the racist ma'am!
 
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