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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    Quote Originally Posted by new coup for you View Post
    Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson ARE the same person.
    The former is funnier than the latter, however.
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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    I'm going to be totally racist here: white people tend to ignore black politicians who claim to be "reverends".

    I'm sorry, it's just the truth.
    And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?

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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    Quote Originally Posted by new coup for you View Post
    I'm going to be totally racist here: white people tend to ignore black politicians who claim to be "reverends".

    I'm sorry, it's just the truth.
    True. I also ignore white "reverends" that do similar things.

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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    Quote Originally Posted by new coup for you View Post
    I'm going to be totally racist here: white people tend to ignore black politicians who claim to be "reverends".

    I'm sorry, it's just the truth.
    I just substitute "Outrageeee!!!11" for the name.

    Today, after a minority was questioned by police because he matched the description of a suspect, the Reverend Outrageeee!!11 led a march toward city hall, leading his followers in a chorus of "We Shall Overcome"
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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are to black people as Perez Hilton is to gay people...

    except Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson seem to have delusions of authority.

    In high school, me and a black freind who had (and, I'm pretty sure still has) political aspirations made a list of things black politicians should and should not do to court the white vote. This was years ago, but it went something like this:

    1) Do not EVER be a "reverend"
    2) Don't get perms
    3) Don't wear shiny suits
    4) Don't rhyme
    And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?

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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    What they mean is all liberal black scam artists that promote racism and a dumbed-down inner-city all look the same.
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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Or indifference. You have been wrong in every single predicted reaction of those on the left.
    Mmmmm maybe, but the left does have this running record of playing the race card.

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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    But I thought Jesse Jackson is the Emperor of Black People.

    Jesse Jackson should make MSNBC apologize.....


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    Re: They All Look Alike: MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

    Quote Originally Posted by new coup for you View Post
    Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are to black people as Perez Hilton is to gay people...

    except Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson seem to have delusions of authority.

    In high school, me and a black freind who had (and, I'm pretty sure still has) political aspirations made a list of things black politicians should and should not do to court the white vote. This was years ago, but it went something like this:

    1) Do not EVER be a "reverend"
    2) Don't get perms
    3) Don't wear shiny suits
    4) Don't rhyme
    I don't agree with the first one. The black church was generally and continues to be a hallmark of cultivating political and social activism for African Americans from the time they were developing some sort of loose identity as Americans, up to the present day.
    Michael J Petrilli-"Is School Choice Enough?"-A response to the recent timidity of American conservatives toward education reform. https://nationalaffairs.com/publicat...-choice-enough

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