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Friday, December 14, 2012

'Cause black folks, leftists, and ESPN clowns CAN'T be racists, that's why.





From The Urban Daily.com:


Is RG3 Distancing Himself From Black People?


ESPN’s Rob Parker has ignited a serious discussion of the changing views of race when he called Washington redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III a “cornball brother.”

Parker, who is the host of ESPN’s “First Take,” called RGIII out because he feels the football star is “distancing himself from his black people.” Rob Parker’s rant came after Robert Griffin III said being African-American doesn’t define him as a person. What added fuel to Parker’s fire is Griffin having a white fiancée and being a Republican.

Golly, that's the race traitor trifecta! I'll bet ESPN will never again refer to Mr. Griffin as an "athletic quarterback". He's so obviously white he must hereafter be called "cerebral" and a "gym rat" with a "high motor".

Rob Parker got all bent out of shape because of Griffin’s comments in a USA Today article. In the article, RGIII is quoted:

“I am an African-American in America. That will never change. But I don’t have to be defined by that…We always try to find similarities in life, no matter what it is so they’re going to try to put you in a box with other African-American quarterbacks – Vick, Newton, Randall Cunningham, Warren Moon…That’s the goal. Just to go out and not try to prove anybody wrong but just let your talents speak for themselves.”
I may be getting old, kiddies, but that sounds like MLK Jr. to me.

The “First Take” host responded to the USA Today article with a pointed question:

“It makes me wonder deeper about him. I’ve talked to some people in Washington D.C. My question, which is just a straight, honest question, is he a brother or is he a cornball brother”

2 comments:

mjr007 said...

I am a white business professional. My wife is Asian. Her relatives span the entire spectrum of race. Her uncle is a highly decorated retired military officer and suffered similar racial epitaths. The ignorance spewed at him is similar to those presented here by ESPNs "down with the cause brother."

When will racism cease if those deemed to be on the historical receiving end of racism continue to dish it out for the cause. If the true cause of progressivism is equality of all, seems many have too big of a chip to ever overcome. We shall overcome? Not on a one way street.

TheChurchMilitant said...

Thanks for visiting. I' d like to think there is some hope for us, but it seems ignorance and hate are easier than reason and love. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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