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Black man refuses to bow to white master

The mealy-mouthed white guy interviewing comedian D.L. Hughley here is as perfect an example of a sublimated Massah complex as I've seen in my life. Usually they're a lot more subtle about it, but it looks like the way to get the P.C. mask to drop and shatter on the floor is to confront a liberal with a person of color who doesn't stick to the script. D.L. Hughley is my new hero, by the way -- he had me at "You know what, I don't care what Al (Sharpton) said. I honestly could care less what he thinks." I didn't think I'd ever hear a black person say that. Does Hughley have to turn in his race card now?

(Via Kathy Shaidle.)

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I had some other favorites from that interview:

Al Sharpton's actually gonna say "self-promotion"? Al Sharpton?! C'mon, man, let's be real. How many people really respect what Al Sharpton says, really? He doesn't show up unless there's a camera around.


It's ironic to me that I'm listening to a white reporter tell me how black women feel.

Reminds me of a cabinet member in the Bush I administration who some white Democrat in Congress saw fit to lecture because his views weren't black enough.

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Don't worry, he's just chopping broccoli.


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