Jesse Jackson’s Comments about Barack Obama
First of all, I’d like to bring to your attention my opinion of this sorry excuse for a man. (Jesse Jackson, that is) He’s a racist anti-American and doesn’t deserve to live in this great country. For what it’s worth, my opinion of Barack Hussein Obama isn’t much different.
Last Sunday, Jesse said of Hussein, and I quote, "See, Barack been, um, talking down to black people on this faith based . . . I wanna cut his —- off." But don’t take my word for it – you can see the video here.
Jackson said in a press conference later in the week, "And this thing I said in a hot-mic statement that’s interpreted as a distraction, I offer apology for that. I don’t want harm or hurt to come to this campaign." Jackson said that he was trying to emphasize that Hussein’s moral message should "not only deal with the personal and moral responsibility of black males, but to deal with the collective moral responsibility of government and the public policy." He took issue with Hussein’s statements about how black men failed to uphold their responsibility as fathers. Jackson said other issues should be highlighted, including unemployment, the mortgage crisis and the number of blacks in prison.
I’ve given my opinion on unemployment in the past, so I won’t go into that. As for the mortgage crisis, if people wouldn’t get in over their heads it wouldn’t be such a big deal. And as for blacks in prison, if they’d stop committing crimes, they just might not go to prison. They’re tried by jury just like white people are…
If there is anything good that Hussein has said, it’s that fathers need to stick around and be responsible. And Jackson is taking issue with it. Really though, they’re all just a bunch of idiots.