Sunday, February 12, 2012

That's racist! How dare you!

Wait...Samuel L. Jackson can't be racist.  He's black, and blacks can't be racist, by the Left's definition.  Only white folks can be racist.

But this sure sounds like it to me: “I voted for Barack because he was black. ...[Obama’s] message didn’t mean sh-t to me." 

Also in the article was this:

"Jackson previously made political headlines in October, when he agreed with fellow actor Morgan Freeman’s assessment that the Tea Party was 'racist.'

'It’s pretty obvious what they are,' Jackson said in an interview with New York Magazine.  'The division of the country is not about the government having too much power. I think everything right now is geared toward getting that guy out of office, whatever that means.'

Jackson continued, 'It’s not politics. It is not economics. It all boils down to pretty much to race. It is a shame.'"
Okay, first thing: it is politics and economics.  Most in the Tea Party doesn't give a flying shart what color Obamoron's skin happens to be.  Note that most of us would jump at the chance to put Alan West in office, and many of would have voted for Herman Cain if the left-backed media hadn't done such a superb job of character assassination.  

Second...didn't he just admit that he is the racist?  That he voted for Obamoron because he was black?  And I'd be willing to bet that he aren't listening to the Tea Party's grievances because they're white.  Sounds like the only racist here is Samuel L. Jackson.


  1. Anyone can be a raciest. blacks hates whites, whites hate blacks and so on and so on. Ever see black hate black??` now that's funny.

  2. You mean like where the Black Caucus didn't invite Alan West to join after he was elected? Or how they insult Star Parker, Bill Cosby, Walter E. Williams, and Thomas Sowell by calling them oreos or Uncle Toms?

    I think it's more sad than funny. I hate ignorant people, no matter what color they are.

  3. Everyone is a racist one way or another.......

    PS..... Samuel L is a favorite actor of mine, regardless of skin color.

  4. I suppose if ignorance is considered a race, I could be called racist; however, it seems to transcend race and culture.