Figure 1: Bob Johnson – Cocksucker #1
Anybody remember what this asshole said about Obama?
“[T]o me, as an African-American, I am frankly insulted that the Obama campaign would imply that we are so stupid that we would think Hillary and Bill Clinton, who have been deeply and emotionally involved in black issues when Barack Obama was doing something in the neighborhood – and I won’t say what he was doing, but he said it in the book ….”
I can only wonder how much someone put in his pocket to make that comment. I also wonder how it feels to be the living manifestation of the phrase “wealth can’t buy class.” Can anyone tell me what exactly the fuck the issues are that the Clintons have been ‘deeply and emotionally’ involved in? Is he referring to the fact that Billy-Boy memorized MLK’s I Have A Dream speech when he was a kid? Is it because he readily appointed blacks to high posts? Or is it because he ‘saved’ Affirmative Action? Big fucking deal. Show me the emotion, and I’ll show you my vagina.
I hope Bob Johnson dies in a fire fueled by copies of Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
Andrew Young – Cocksucker #2
Remember what this idiot had to say?
[From Wikipedia.org] In an interview in 2007, Young commented that Barack Obama was too young to be president, saying: “I want Barack Obama to be president,” Young said, pausing for effect, “in 2016.” Also adding about Bill Clinton, “Bill is every bit as black as Barack. He’s probably gone with more black women than Barack.” Young quickly followed that comment with the disclaimer, “I’m clowning.”
You’ve been in the public eye since 1972…but it looks like your experience was no match for your patent lack of good judgment, especially regarding when to keep your mouth shut. Hey Andy, how does it feel to tacitly claim that experience trumps judgment while demonstrating the truth of the OPPOSITE of that statement in the very same breath? Did you do that on purpose? Of course you didn’t, because only intelligent people know how to be ironic on purpose.
Figure 3: Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton – Cocksuckers #3 and #4
One day I will be a very old man, and no one will give a flying fuck about what I think. When that happens, I will consult many sources to figure out how to gracefully cope with the increasing futility of my existence. Those sources will NOT include the memoirs of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
Let’s face it fellas: your importance officially died when, in spite of your refusal to “give Obama the keys to the black electorate”, he won 80% of the black vote in South Carolina, and continues to pull in equal or higher percentages in other states as the contest continues.
Black people showed that they were ready to do exactly what they should: vote for a QUALIFIED black candidate when one emerged. Apparently Al and Jesse weren’t ready to do that, and I can only assume that’s because for them, the term ‘qualified’ includes cabinet positions with their names on them. How much of an asshole are you when you spend your entire life championing the black cause, then pull your support for the first legitimate black candidate in history because you weren’t promised anything? Not so altruistic after all, I suppose.
What puts a huge smile on my face when I go to sleep every night is knowing that, no matter how the elections (nomination or general) turn out, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, who have now officially exposed their interest in the black community as being entirely self-serving, will have no political capital whatsoever.
I feel a sense of satisfaction like Edward the Longshanks during William Wallace’s execution…except I’m in perfectly good health and, God willing, I will live to see those assholes drown in a pool of their own irrelevance.