How to poison race relations • Exceptional horoscopes update 2014-11-17 • Ted Cruz or Kanye West?
Fox News host complains he can’t make racist comments on the air
Tags: National media, Race, Robert Sobel, The William Tell Show
In short, white people don’t have Robert Sobel’s permission to express discomfort.
If that’s not a prescription to maintain bigotry intact, I don’t know what is.
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Love and money
Omarr’s Cancer for 2014-10-28 clearly illustrates an ambiguity that’s puzzled me for years:
CANCER (June 21-July 22): The amount of love you receive back from others will show you how well you’re doing. You might be a magnet right now for money and love, so capitalize on helpful stars and make your move while you can.
Over the years, I’ve seen that if a horoscope indicates a favorable day for romance, for example, the corresponding event often pertains instead to employment, and vice versa. Here somehow they both appear together. I don’t know how this works, but there must be some explanation.
Previous update: Incident at McDonald’s
Next update: Job scam
QUIZ: Is this a Ted Cruz quote or a Kanye West quote?
Tags: Ted Cruz, Kanye West, Jaime Fuller
Originally posted 2014-11-17.
6 thoughts on “Fox News host complains he can’t make racist comments on the air”
You link doesn’t work. Suggestion: Please reproduce what was said instead of forcing your readers to go to the actual site to figure out what was said. You should reproduce the quote with an embedded link so that readers have the option to investigate further (context, etc.).
So, what was said?
I have to check this out.
Specifically, which link?
The one in your story.
I found the article elsewhere just now. I will fix the post; but, for your convenience, here’s the link to where I found it:
Thanks for letting me know about this.
So, here’s the quote:
That statement was made by a black guest of Carlson’s. Carlson wasn’t complaining that he couldn’t make racist comments. He was stating the fact that he, as a white man, couldn’t say the same thing because he would be called a racist. That’s not at all how the writer of the piece you linked to characterized it.
Black on black crime is a significant problem across the country, especially in places like Chicago. It isn’t racist to point out facts. When facts are racist, somebody’s clearly lost the argument.
We are in complete agreement.