Samuel Jackson.....Tea Party is Racist!

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Hey it's all these pricks have and it's getting tiresome ***yawn***
 

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How is reducing the debt racist? Seriously...Why shouldn't Obama be judged for the way the economy is going under his presidency. Some people of a certain color truly seem to expect to do anything it wishes without being called on it...Samuel Jackson is a fucking idiot!
 
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OMG.. REALLY??????????????????????????????

Fuck him and the horse he rode in on.... Morgan Freeman too.
 

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Who knew the desire to lessen the burden the government places on the people, lower the debt they are selling our children into slavery for, opposing corruption in government, and expecting our politicians to uphold the Constitution was racist.
 

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Yawn.. the worn and tattered race card... whooooopeeeeee doooo dooo
 

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I'd bet a million dollars he's never been to a TP event. Any takers?
 

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Samuel Jackson is a fantastic entertainer. Like many Hollywoodites...they should stick to entertaining us and leave reality to us.
 

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The linked article is about West's response to Jackson, which seemed quite poorly worded. First, offering Jackson free publicity for his film is probably not the best way to discourage him from commenting on the Tea Party. Second, claiming Cain's success (such as it is) "negates" charges of racism while simultaneously leveling charges that the real (presumably anti-black) racism is coming from the White House displays an amazing cognitive dissonance. After all, the White House does have one member who is both African-American and more prominent within the administration than Cain is in the conservative moment.

West might be effective within conservative circles, but it seems as though whenever he makes news in the mainstream press he is at least somewhat embarrassing.
 

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