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Jesse Jackson: N-word for me, but not for thee; Update: Readers say Play the tape!

By Michelle Malkin    July 16, 2008 02:01 PM

Update 10:00pm: Tons of readers are asking me why my colleagues at Fox wont just play the entire tape and let viewers decide for themselves whether its newsworthy. Im with you guys. I have no idea why they feel so compelled to cover Jesse Jacksons backside. Its not like hell ever return the favorand judging from my e-mail, the decision to withhold the tape is annoying the hell out of Foxs loyal viewers who have stuck with the We report, you decide network. I feel your pain.

Example from Jack in West Va.: As a loyal FNC viewer, I cant understand why Fox wont play the entire Jesse Jackson tape in order to corroborate his use of the N-word. I feel Jacksons hypocrisy is very newsworthy!

Hey, remember when Jesse Jackson called for a boycott of Seinfeld DVDs to protest Kramer actor Michael Richards use of the n-word? The rev-uh-rund had a conniption fit over the word and demanded that everyone refrain from using the word onstage and off.


In the last week, Richards has become better known for hurling the N-word at black hecklers after attempting a lynching joke during the same riff and, later, for apologizingor trying to, anyway.

My best friends were African-Americans, Richards said Sunday on Jacksons Premiere Radio Network show.

The Jackson gig was the latest in Richards reaching-out effort to African-American men who have run for president. Before the radio appearance, the actor was said to have placed contrite phone calls to Jackson and the Reverend Al Sharpton. There was no word if Alan Keyes, a 1996 and 2000 Republican presidential candidate, was sought out.

On his show, Jackson said he hoped the Richards crisis would create an opportunity.

On Monday, the civil-rights leader joined others in calling on everyoneblacks, whites, Seinfeld players, presumably includedto refrain from using the N-word, on stage and off.

Its roots are rooted in hatred and pain and degradation, Jackson told a Los Angeles press conference. And whether its hatred toward African-Americans or whether its self-hatred, a concession toward it is still wrong.

Wrongexcept when he uses it himself:

JACKSON: Barack, he's talking down to black people telling n-----s how to behave.

N-word for me, but not for thee, eh, Jesse?


-- Edited by Calvin at 20:54, 2008-07-18


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I just hate that hyprocritical mutha fucker. Another useless piece of skin.



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