CNN uses racist insult.


#211

I remember back in the 90s when Eazy E went to the White house during Bush 41. Eazy E, the godfather of Gangsta Rap. The guy that brought you tracks like Boyz in the Hood and **** the Police. Yeah, THAT Eazy E.


#212

To be fair, one of them was a Republican.


#213

Fat donald meeting another stable genius.

Those that are in the music business say that he is a genius. And that’s OK with me because as far as I’m concerned he is.”


#214

If you say certain words, the post needs mod approval.


#215

“George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” -stable genius Kanye West

Former US president says rapper calling him a racist during a Hurricane Katrina telethon in 2005 was an ‘all-time low’

Despite leading the US into war and presiding over one of the greatest financial disasters in history, the worst moment of George W Bush’s presidency was, he said this week, when Kanye West called him a racist. "It was a disgusting moment, pure and simple," Bush said. "I didn’t appreciate it then [and] I don’t appreciate it now.


#216

Yeah, imagine me, a white guy, not wanting to wade into the discussion of when it’s appropriate for black people to call each other “negro”.


#217

Fair enough. Thank you for correcting me.


#218

“Worse when the black cop shows out for the white cop”


#219

Let me know when we are all just people and separate but equal is no longer ok no matter which “side” it favors.


#220

What’s wrong wrong with separate but equal in the private sector?


#221

In the context of race relations? A lot, people should just be people.


#222

What if I don’t want relations with other races?


#223

Well no one can force you to be friends with anyone you don’t want to. But I hope you can treat all people with decency and respect (provided they have not done anything to not be treated that way) no matter what group they belong to.


#224

Let me know when that rule is applied evenly across the board and it’s appropriate for me to refer to another man’s wife using all the same names and words her husband uses.

There’s really nothing oppressive about N-word privileges. It’s just normal adult society. A friend can call me an ■■■■■■■, but I don’t want to hear it from a stranger.


#225

That’s it? That’s what you got? So in other words nobody is being oppressed.


#226

You can have relations with anybody or nobody. As long as you do not practice oppression, it’s nobodies business.


#227

We wouldn’t be surprised.


#228

Did you post have the less offensive word that starts the letter before oh.


#229

What if I don’t want to treat them any way at all?


#230

Then you’d be no different then you are now.

What are you complaining about?