Friday, September 05, 2008

No white woman has the right to speak down to any African man

It is an insult to all Africans when this Sarah Palin makes comments about Senator Barack Obama. We ask that she is stopped now from doing this again.

7 comments:

bobo said...

She was making comments about the supporters of Obama. So your title should be, "No white woman has the right to speak down to any Democrat."

Do a poll to see how many Democrats agree with your statement.

As Tim Bob would say, "Not one of your funnier jokes."

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*pauses for deep breath*

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Tim Bob said...

Hey Red, I popped over to your "Inside White America" blog to see what you're writing over there, and I see you've got the same sort of humor going on over there. I liked the Lincoln quotation which, of course, is completely unreferenced, and exists nowhere except on your blog.

It's exactly the kind of tongue-in-cheek humor I've come to expect and love, but I really don't understand why you're bothering to do a ANOTHER blog - you could have just as easily posted it here!

Tim Bob said...

and mustapha, I just noticed the comment you posted on a previous entry. I will ask Red about the Fayed X thing when I next talk to him, but he won't necessarily tell me anything. Sometimes he likes to keep me in the dark so even I'm surprised by the stuff he writes.

But you're right...it might not be him writing...that is a five-year-old sort of humor, but if you've read all the stuff Red has written, you'll realize he's pretty clever at pretending various viewpoints and mentalities, so I still wouldn't rule it out.

"Jim Bob" :)

mustapha said...

Tim Bob, you gotta get over to Professor Red's other blog. It's hilarious! He's posting almost identical stuff as he does here (right down to the Hurricane Katrina stuff!) and yet he's trying to convince people he's NOT fayidx.

I think he's losing his touch. SOmeone needs to talk to him!

Anonymous said...

McCaine-Palin 2008

Anonymous said...

Context is important. If we honor the African culture as we should white women would naturally want to serve. Think about it.