Friday, July 18, 2008

Elisabeth Hasselbeck is an Idiot

So why wouldn't she teach her kids NOT to say "Nigger?"

Because the black folks do it?


Can someone explain to me why white folks are so itchin' to say Nigger?

Please. Can someone explain this to me?


Sylvia Hubbard said...

U are a nut and a half gurl.

Even though EH checked Rosie about her silly mouth, i have always one beer short of a six pack. Sometimes the things that come out of her mouth are just silly to be take her serious when she looks like she's trying so hard.

I don't know why white folks are itching but i wish they'd take some penicilin to make it go away.

I mean black folks aren't screaming to call someone a cracker or worse.

Maybe they're upset because we took a bad word and made it an inside joke.

Maybe they're upset because even though it was a bad thing bringing us here, we made a good thing out of it.

Maybe they're upset because no matter how hard they try to keep us down, we just keep on rising back up.

And I'm not talking about all white folks either cause some of them aren't as like EH. Thank da Lawd!

I try not to worry about it too much, but I hope they get over it soon so we can just move on.

Hugs from Motown, Sistah.

Sylvia Hubbard
Author and Blogger of How To Love A Black Woman


I'm white, my best friend is black. She says it and I don't. I don't feel comfortable saying it but somehow when she says it I can see the difference than if I said it. I don't know why. I have to disagree with Elizabeth Hassleback.

Paul Eilers said...

I used to play football in college as well as a lot of basketball. I have played on courts where no white man has gone before.

It has always astounded me to hear black people call each other the "N" word.

One time I asked a black guy what is the difference between a white guy saying the "N" word and a black guy saying it.

His response?

White people spell it "nigger" while black people spell it "nigga".


When I'm around white folks, I don't say, "Whassup my cracker?" I simply say, "Hey George."

(Why do people have to make life so hard and complicated?)