Bill Maher wants a "real black" president to deal with BP.
What is it with white liberals being able to get away with saying the most racial stupid things? Maybe they are allowed to get a pass every time they open their mouth, because black liberals tend to turn their heads and whistle in pretending that white liberals aren't capable of being racist nor being able to make racially insensitive remarks. I've documented over the last year alone racially stupid comments made by white liberals such as Harry Reid and Chris Matthews. Of course the response by black liberals and the media has been mute at best. Well now another white liberal has made another racially stupid remark. Bill Maher is described as being a comedian on HBO. To many he's anything but funny nor could he pass for a comedian. According to Bill Maher, he believes that Obama isn't acting like a "real black" president.
This is the context of what Maher said
"I thought when we elected a black president, we were going to get a black president. You know, this [BP oil spill] is where I want a real black president. I want him in a meeting with the BP CEOs, you know, where he lifts up his shirt so you can see the gun in his pants. That's -- (in black man voice) 'we've got a motherfu**ing problem here?' Shoot somebody in the foot.""
I remember the crucifixion of radio host Don Imus over his "nappy headed hoe" remark in reference to the Rutger women basketball team. He had to in essence bow down and kiss the ring of Al Sharpton. So my question is where is the outrage over what Bill Maher said? What if Rush Limbaugh would have made those remarks? Liberals to this day still have yet to criticize David Ehrenstein of the Los Angeles Times for writing the article three years ago about Barack Obama being the "Magic Negro". So I guess according to Bill Maher "real black men" walk around with their "tools" aka "pieces" aka "gats" aka "heat"in their waistbands ready to "cap" aka "waste" aka "drop" someone on a moments notice. Maybe if Barack gets a gold tooth, he'll then be more "down" with Bill Maher. To bad that Tupac isn't still alive, Bill could have sent in a write in ballot for a "real black" person to be president.