posted on Sep, 1 2012 @ 03:33 PM
I don't know if this was meant to be a racist comment, but I can guarantee it will turn into one. One time, after a woman said I was berating her, I
told her to go call the ASPCA. That was similar, but it wasn't meant to be racist. I thought it was funny, and I actually meant it as a joke. This,
on the other hand, doesn't seem like it could be construed as a joke. But the issue should not be he shouldn't have said it because she was black,
but rather he just shouldn't have said it. Saying it the former way just continues to place divisions on color. Every time someone yells racism, it
just perpetuates the problem. There are some cases that are racist, and those should be handled accordingly, but unless it is blatantly obvious that
it could not have been anything but racist, it should not be said to be racist.
That word should be reserved for extreme cases, because as I said, yelling racism at every corner just divides us more. And he may have meant because
she worked for the MSM. I would handily call the majority of people who report for the MSM "animals." And I wouldn't feed them at all, that's how
poorly I view them. That is for them all, not just the black or white ones.
This could have been what he meant, although most people wouldn't have said that since it could be construed as racist, but everyone is different.
Once it has been determined what was meant, we can offer correct interpretations. But right now, with the little I know of what happened, I would not
say it is racist yet. After I look into the story more, perhaps it will be more obvious if this was a racist remark. It just doesn't make sense to me
that someone would wait to be so racist until he sees a black CNN reporter. Especially a woman reporter. It just seems odd is all I'm saying on that