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Thursday, April 12, 2007

CBS Director Hopes Imus Will Be Fired (RANT ALERT)

"NEW YORK (AP) - Bruce Gordon, former head of the NAACP and a director of CBS Corp., said Wednesday he hoped the broadcasting company would 'make the smart decision' by firing radio talk-show host Don Imus for his slur against the mostly black Rutgers women's basketball team.

"He's crossed the line, he's violated our community,' Gordon said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. 'He needs to face the consequence of that violation.'"

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Violated our community? Why is it that Whites who violate our community get crucified but Black rappers who make millions of dollars get a free pass and even congratulations from us who use much worse language continually? We are violated more than prison convicts. Go to the "THUGWATCH" links on this page, and you will see what I'm talking about.

We believe that we (Blacks) have the right to disrespect ourselves while no one else has that right. As long as we call each other "nigga's," "bitches," and "hoes," we are as happy as a frog finding a bunch of flies.

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