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The niggardly use of racial epithets

woofpacker75 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 10:44 AM
cont. But it is almost a weekly occurrance to find the opposite. From Democrat congressmen walking on the Capitol steps who claim (falsely) that they were spat upon by Tea Party'ers, to the New Black Panther thugs menacing voters in Philly, to our North Carolina NAACP President (the Rev. William Barber) blaming conservatives for all possible high crimes and misdemeanors, blacks have been having their fun at the expense of decent, ordinary, innocent white folks. What, do they REALLY want a return to the "good ol' days??"
woofpacker75 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 10:46 AM
cont. So, until all that c.r.a.p stops, I will continue to sit in front of the TV watching this endless blather and screaming "useless n.i.g.g.e.r". Sorry, it's the best I can do. "Socialist" is also a good epithet, but if the speaker reminds me of that black, lying and guilty-as-sin OJ Simpson, it just doesn't fit.
woofpacker75 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 10:44 AM
cont. What's worse, we get folks like Obama, Marion Barry, the Rev. Al Sharpton, Rep. Shiela Jackson-Lee, Rep. Maxine Waters, etc etc getting in front of a cable news camera to lie about every possible issue, and blaming white conservatives for every perceived "injustice". Or I can switch to a local station and watch an unending stream of orange-jumpsuited, dreadlocked black thugs being arraigned for shooting a 4-year old playing on the front porch because they were too stupid and incompetent to hit the intended (and probably worthy of dying) target.

Dear Ray:

I want you to know that I don’t get offended very often. But I am certainly offended by your recent letter telling me you are now “boycotting” my columns because I recommended a CD by David Allan Coe. The column you are referring to, “Circuit Cuidad,” was, ironically, a spoof on minority boycotts. Plenty of people misunderstood the column—perhaps none as thoroughly as you.

In today’s column I want to take some time to address your silly assertion that David Allan Coe’s use of the n-word—in more than one of his songs—means that both a) Coe is a racist...

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