Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by bayoubill, Apr 9, 2012.
CNN Correspondent Says 'F--king N--ger' On The Air | NewsBusters.org
So? Seems reasonable to me... the reporter was quoting someone else's words... and it seemed necessary for context.
Looks like our Indian friend gave the F-ing N- community some payback.
Still, some will say the R word, of course.
You just can't help yourself huh you piece of trash?
I agree, but I do think the facebook quote could have been read without the profanity. It was a quote in context, but it really could have been left unsaid. All she had to do was state there were profanities at that point. Everyone would have understood what was written without saying it.
She wasn't being racist by reading the quote. The racist was the idiot that wrote it and then went on a killing spree.
Relax, just because I call an Indian a "friend" doesn't mean I mean it.
Indeed, you're right. Then after premeditated profanity, she gave their premeditated apology. All in all, a load of bull.
she was probably talking about the Irish people,as you know they were the first n-words.
Of course, a racist piece of trash like you definently doesn't have any friends.
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