...but most conservatives have long recognized that, however, just in case you needed another reason as to why, the narcissistic, race-baiter serves up another plate of stupidity:
The Rev. Jesse Jackson apologized Wednesday for "crude and hurtful" remarks he made about Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama after an interview with a Fox News correspondent.As much as I do not support his bid for president, I'll give Barack Obama the benefit of the doubt on two important matters: if he spoke up on race more on his way to securing the Democrat nomination, there's no way he would've won. Race remains the most divisive topic in all of America, most Americans remain too uncomfortable to deal with it and by default Obama would've had to have broken bread with the likes of self-appointed, black liberal leaders Jackson and Al Sharpton--a guaranteed loss if there ever was one. Secondly, while Senator Obama's speech on race in America back in March continues to get all the praise from liberals and their minions in the press, I thought his Father's Day message to black fathers was much more vital.
The remarks came Sunday as Jackson was talking to a fellow interviewee, UnitedHealth Group executive Dr. Reed V. Tuckson. An open microphone picked up Jackson whispering, "See, Barack's been talking down to black people ... I want to cut his nuts off."
Jackson told CNN's "Situation Room" that he didn't realize the microphone was on.
"It was very private," Jackson said, adding that if "any hurt or harm has been caused to his campaign, I apologize."An Obama campaign spokesman, Bill Burton, said that the senator from Illinois "of course accepts Rev. Jackson's apology."
You see on that day Senator Obama wasn't speaking as if he was better than anyone as Jesse Jackson would like you to believe. He was speaking as a proud husband and father of two young girls. He was speaking from the experience of having his own father abandon him when he was all of two years old. He was speaking as a black man truly concerned about the plight of black men who continue to run away from their parental responsibilities at a startling rate. He spoke to a group, deadbeat dads (aka "sperm donors"), that desperately needed to hear his message on the importance of family, morals and self-responsibility and how their negligence is ripping apart the black community. And over the years that's what the race-hustlers, led by Jackson, Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan (who along with Jackson has reportedly cheated on their wives and fathered kids out of wedlock) have rarely attempted to convey, all the while filling their pockets with all the proceeds coming in from their continual exploitation of the race card. Any wonder why they envy Barack so much? Indeed, for Black liberals the leadership torch has been passed.