"I wanna cut his nuts off," Jesse Jackson hissing about Obama on FOX news
It is poetic justice that we should see the battle between two of America's most talented and immoral hucksters play out (by accident) on the cable news stage.
Jesse is not happy. Primarily because, first and foremost, he is jealous. While he may have run for President years ago, he was never a serious candidate, total fringe.
Secondly, Obama criticized (and rightly so) the absence of father figures in the majority of black families. Jesse did not like this .... at all. Because Jesse's career has exploited and mined weaknesses and fissures in the black community. Jesse's strategy was to victimize his own people, place the blame on whitey, blackmail companies, government agencies etc. Any hardship experienced by black people was good for Jesse - an opportunity to exploit it to his own end. So when Obama made some rather fundamental, sane remarks about responsibility Jesse lost it.
"...Obama has urged greater emphasis on fatherhood, advised parents to choose reading books over playing video games and most recently told young students to stick with school and forget about a career as a rap star or professional basketball player.
Jackson said that in doing so Obama was hurting his relationship with black voters..."
I have the video of Jackson talking serious trash about Obama. Wanna see? Click on "CONTINUE" below. I do not expect Obama to say anything negative about JJ publicly. He will "look down" on Jesse and not give him any credence. Water off a duck's back, as it were. Jesse is so yesterday Obama's got a brand new bag. This incident will actually help Obama because everyone hates Jesse. Huckstering at its finest folks!
UPDATE: From David, so great!
irreverend Jesse, For all that
he’s dandy and dresse, Made a faux pas,
the putz, Wanting cutz off
the nutz, Of Obama. Yes,
that would be quite messe.
The very irreverend Jesse,
For all that he’s dandy and dresse,
Made a faux pas, the putz,
Wanting cutz off the nutz,
Of Obama. Yes, that would be quite messe.