(Jesse) Jackson said that there is a mistaken assumption in some corners of America that all racial problems went away with the election of President Obama. "There was this feeling that we were kind of beyond racism," he said. "That's not true. His victory has triggered tremendous backlash."
Very well, Reverend, if that's how you feel might I suggest we replace the black candidate this time around with whoever the white candidate is? In fact I'll go so far as to say I'll vote for the white candidate because he is white. Because he looks like me. And every other white in America should vote for the white candidate because he is white.
Because if not, Barack Obama may be one scary fucking nigger for the next four years.
What? That kind of language was used frequently in the streets when I was growing up. It's a term of endearment. Don't run from it.
Hey, we have to do whatever we can to get that black man out of there. And if that shows America's weak dark underside well, screw the country.
And screw your fucking civility.
Of course that's just the opinion of one bitter dumb Pennsylvania Polack clinging to my guns and religion and antipathy toward people who aren't like me.