November 27, 2006

It Ain't Discrimination If Jessie Jackson Says It Isn't?

I am sure everyone has heard of the recent bru-ha-ha over what "Kramer" Michael Richards said during his comedy routine.

So why isn't he being lambasted through-out the media like Mel Gibson was?

Richards was stone cold sober when he said his remarks, does that make it better? Or easier to forgive someone?

Or does making remarks about Jewish people much worse than black people?

I just don't understand it.

The Original Quality Weenie

Posted by Quality Weenie at November 27, 2006 09:45 AM | TrackBack

Michael Richards did not make "The Passion of the Christ." Get it Sugar Tits!

Posted by: Geri at November 27, 2006 02:10 PM

No I don't get it small penis

Posted by: Quality Weenie at November 27, 2006 03:48 PM

I'm damned glad Geri said that and not me... but I have seen that fella takin' more and more heat over his comments in the press lately, but Mel is a bigger deal for sure. More starpower. Doesn't make what either of them said right though.

Posted by: RedNeck at November 27, 2006 06:59 PM

Oddly enough... the only radio station I listen to out here (for the most part) is the sports talk station. But they don't stick to sports - especially in the morning show where they have rousing arguments over all things political and assinine. *grin*

Michael Richards was properly lambasted with the consensus being that Richards has pretty much terminated his career with this stunt. They were very harsh on him, just as they were on Gibson.

Posted by: Teresa at November 29, 2006 06:37 PM