Paula Deen Got FIRED From Food Network
Southern Girl

Nerinx, KY

#59 Jun 23, 2013
Oh and by the way she supported Obama. I don't think any racist would have supported him for President. Michelle Obama and Oprah have both been guests at her house. I think it's a shame neither have come to her defense. If she were racist they would have never been invited.
God

Greenville, SC

#62 Jun 24, 2013
Southern Girl wrote:
Oh and by the way she supported Obama. I don't think any racist would have supported him for President. Michelle Obama and Oprah have both been guests at her house. I think it's a shame neither have come to her defense. If she were racist they would have never been invited.
Maybe Paula Deen supported Obama, or maybe she supported Mitt Romney. Who really knows?

As a successful business woman, her business would obviously have been better off if she had supported Romney. However, keep in mind that in this election it was politically incorrect for anyone to support Mitt Romney.

Pretty much everything Mitt and the Republican candidates said was construed by the liberal media as politically incorrect, hateful and bigoted. Meanwhile Obama got away with everything he said, even telling hard-working business owners that government built their businesses for them. And he lied about Benghazi, remember?

In this country it just ain't politically correct to support a successful businessman, because wealthy people are mean.

Maybe Paula hates darkies. What is wrong with that??? Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Black people hate whites, so why can't whites hate blacks? Is that not allowed???

Paula supported Obama because she wants all these Obama voters to go out and buy her frying pans, take them home and fry chicken in them. Fried chicken and watermelon in celebration of Obama's victory, and served in Paula Deen enamel casserole dishes. All courtesy of the EBT card.

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Since: Mar 13

Ojai, CA

#63 Jun 24, 2013
i cant help but laugh at that last part god, yes, i could go for some paula deen deep fried chicken right now, shew doggies, but im a white chick!

“lmao I'm a flamer”

Since: Nov 10

Point Pleasant, WV

#64 Jun 24, 2013
God wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe Paula Deen supported Obama, or maybe she supported Mitt Romney. Who really knows?

As a successful business woman, her business would obviously have been better off if she had supported Romney. However, keep in mind that in this election it was politically incorrect for anyone to support Mitt Romney.

Pretty much everything Mitt and the Republican candidates said was construed by the liberal media as politically incorrect, hateful and bigoted. Meanwhile Obama got away with everything he said, even telling hard-working business owners that government built their businesses for them. And he lied about Benghazi, remember?

In this country it just ain't politically correct to support a successful businessman, because wealthy people are mean.

Maybe Paula hates darkies. What is wrong with that??? Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Black people hate whites, so why can't whites hate blacks? Is that not allowed???

Paula supported Obama because she wants all these Obama voters to go out and buy her frying pans, take them home and fry chicken in them. Fried chicken and watermelon in celebration of Obama's victory, and served in Paula Deen enamel casserole dishes. All courtesy of the EBT card.
Oh please..Mitt couldn't get his head out of his own ass long enough to wipe his nose. He was politically incorrect because he couldn't make up his damn mind. He was all business, and for the business. A business man running a nation would be the modern day Sheriff of Nottingham. There would be no saving the little man...survival of the fittest. And unless you're a doctor or whatever, you'll be at the bottom with the rest of them. No one is better than anyone else...yet you Romney voters seemed to have forgotten that.
Marty

Ransom, KY

#65 Jun 24, 2013
God: I guess freedom of religion means nothing to you. Why do you all claim that this country that is founded on freedom of religion is a Christian
nation?
wtf

Shelbiana, KY

#68 Jun 26, 2013
God wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe Paula Deen supported Obama, or maybe she supported Mitt Romney. Who really knows?
As a successful business woman, her business would obviously have been better off if she had supported Romney. However, keep in mind that in this election it was politically incorrect for anyone to support Mitt Romney.
Pretty much everything Mitt and the Republican candidates said was construed by the liberal media as politically incorrect, hateful and bigoted. Meanwhile Obama got away with everything he said, even telling hard-working business owners that government built their businesses for them. And he lied about Benghazi, remember?
In this country it just ain't politically correct to support a successful businessman, because wealthy people are mean.
Maybe Paula hates darkies. What is wrong with that??? Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Black people hate whites, so why can't whites hate blacks? Is that not allowed???
Paula supported Obama because she wants all these Obama voters to go out and buy her frying pans, take them home and fry chicken in them. Fried chicken and watermelon in celebration of Obama's victory, and served in Paula Deen enamel casserole dishes. All courtesy of the EBT card.
You ignorant hick tard SOB.
Call a Spade a Spade

Richmond, KY

#69 Jun 26, 2013
blacks use that word, every black comedian out there used it in his act. Chappel, Chris Rock, also used in rap music and in the movies. Big deal she used the N word once or twice, they throw around a lot of derogatory terms for white people. I'm tired of the PC double standard! She should not have even been with Smithfield Hams, that bunch of commie owned cksuckers. Who wants to buy pork from a communist pig, slant eyed, slope head, chinks!
wtf

Shelbiana, KY

#70 Jun 26, 2013
Call a Spade a Spade wrote:
blacks use that word, every black comedian out there used it in his act. Chappel, Chris Rock, also used in rap music and in the movies. Big deal she used the N word once or twice, they throw around a lot of derogatory terms for white people. I'm tired of the PC double standard! She should not have even been with Smithfield Hams, that bunch of commie owned cksuckers. Who wants to buy pork from a communist pig, slant eyed, slope head, chinks!
And you do not matter to anyone.
tigger

United States

#71 Jun 26, 2013
Shut up wtf. Everybody has used words they weren't supposed to. Get over it. I love Paula. Her burbon chicken sauce is the bomb. Its all pc.and about the almighty dollar. People should boycott the food network. Long live queen butter Paula.
CMN

United States

#74 Jun 26, 2013
Marty wrote:
God: I guess freedom of religion means nothing to you. Why do you all claim that this country that is founded on freedom of religion is a Christian
nation?
The religion of the Almighty Dollar is more like it. After all, the first colonists here were entreprenurs, not missionaries. All the colonies were chartered by the king as endeavors to create wealth for Britain. Even the Puritans bought passage on the Mayflower from a partnership of businessmen coming to the New World to establish a financial base. If Christianity had been the motivating force behind the creation of this country, it surely would have been given some mention in the Constitution which it does not. Religion is not mentioned at all except for one brief passage in the 1st amendment which leaves the choice of religion or not up to the individual. "God" is full of BS abd definitely not educated in the history of his country.

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Since: Mar 13

Ojai, CA

#77 Jun 26, 2013
CMN wrote:
<quoted text>
The religion of the Almighty Dollar is more like it. After all, the first colonists here were entreprenurs, not missionaries. All the colonies were chartered by the king as endeavors to create wealth for Britain. Even the Puritans bought passage on the Mayflower from a partnership of businessmen coming to the New World to establish a financial base. If Christianity had been the motivating force behind the creation of this country, it surely would have been given some mention in the Constitution which it does not. Religion is not mentioned at all except for one brief passage in the 1st amendment which leaves the choice of religion or not up to the individual. "God" is full of BS abd definitely not educated in the history of his country.
i toally agree, they arent concerned about what paula deen might have said, its not like she said it while on the air or that she said it while she was in court. she chose not to perjure herself and tell the truth, as in, we have all said it, anyone who says they havent is a liar.
but it is ok for jay leno to talk about fat people or say kentuckians are toothless or west va people, are inbred.
those steroeotypes and discriminating words seem to be ok to people.
she was fired because someof the sponsors of her show and her products were threatening to pull their ads.
fn, qvc, kmart, etc, they are all only concerned about losing money.
hell, they just take those pots and pans and change the name on them.
it all comes down to money.
paula is just being used as a scapegoat.
i think she needs to start a website playing every single rap song that uses the word, and call for the boycott of the recording companies that produce those songs and itunes, youtube, etc.
i know that sounds ridiculous, but its the same concept.
its called freedom of speech and it is slowly being taken away from white people!!!
jimmy the greek

Dayton, OH

#78 Jun 26, 2013
Try if you can to look at paula like these companies have .She has admitted to telling her children it was okay to tell racial jokes an that she has used the n word an that she did not see anything wrong to use the plantaion theme for her brothers wedding.Calling someone a hillbilly an calling someone the n word is not quite the same.

“Pink is your new obsession!!”

Since: Mar 13

Ojai, CA

#79 Jun 26, 2013
jimmy the greek wrote:
Try if you can to look at paula like these companies have .She has admitted to telling her children it was okay to tell racial jokes an that she has used the n word an that she did not see anything wrong to use the plantaion theme for her brothers wedding.Calling someone a hillbilly an calling someone the n word is not quite the same.
Of course its the same thing, if its said to hurt, or to discriminate.
For example, if someone said, "dont hire that guy, hes an n, he will sit around and eat watermelon all day"
its the same as if they said, "dont hire that guy, hes a hillbilly, he will drink moonshine and have sex with his sister all day".
its the same thing!!!
just like saying a jewish person is selfish and overweight people are lazy or mexicans eat tacos and drink tequila all day, or muslims carry bombs. or a gay guy is girly or a gay woman is manly....you hear these stereotypical jokes all the time, but not the black person jokes. thats going too far!!!
anything that is said in a way to hurt or wound the person or make fun or name call or stereotype, its all the same.
john mcenroe

Dayton, OH

#80 Jun 26, 2013
you can not be serious an if you lived in a city where more than 1 percent of the population was black an you yelled across a crowded area those two words see which gets the most negative reaction.

“Pink is your new obsession!!”

Since: Mar 13

Ojai, CA

#82 Jun 26, 2013
john mcenroe wrote:
you can not be serious an if you lived in a city where more than 1 percent of the population was black an you yelled across a crowded area those two words see which gets the most negative reaction.
of course it would, because we have all been taught that word is wrong and unacceptable, and it is.
but you are missing my point.
saying that word is wrong and unacceptable because it is a word that is meant to discriminate against a group of people.
what im saying is, other words are meant to hurt and discriminate as well, and yet, if they are said, or used in a joke on public tv, no one protests, no one says we need to stop using this word.
or making jokes about a group of people.
thats what im trying to explain, it shouldnt be acceptable to call someone fat and make fat jokes
or gay jokes or call someone an f or a q.

or any other group of people when its unacceptable to say that about black people.
its not just the word that is said, but the intention with which its said.
Big Cat

Richmond, KY

#83 Jun 26, 2013
KELLERMAN wrote:
<quoted text>You have the audacity to post under the word God and submit such a racist one at that. I think your a little to late to change the world that we live in now. Whites are going to be the minority in the years ahead than perhaps you will understand than what being a minority is like. The change in our culture doesn't have anything to do with being a Christian. Your views are very misguided.
The reason for that is mainly because whites were only having as many children as they could financially be responsible for. Whites WILL be a minority someday, and we are now getting a glimpse of what our country and society will be reduced to.

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Since: Nov 10

Point Pleasant, WV

#84 Jun 27, 2013
pink sugarplum wrote:
<quoted text>of course it would, because we have all been taught that word is wrong and unacceptable, and it is.
but you are missing my point.
saying that word is wrong and unacceptable because it is a word that is meant to discriminate against a group of people.
what im saying is, other words are meant to hurt and discriminate as well, and yet, if they are said, or used in a joke on public tv, no one protests, no one says we need to stop using this word.
or making jokes about a group of people.
thats what im trying to explain, it shouldnt be acceptable to call someone fat and make fat jokes
or gay jokes or call someone an f or a q.

or any other group of people when its unacceptable to say that about black people.
its not just the word that is said, but the intention with which its said.
Those two words are not the same. The n word is based on racism whereas all of the other forms of discrimination that you mentioned are just forms of derogatory expressions.
I don't think that it would have been such a strong word if they weren't kept as slaves for whites. But this word represents superiority based solely on skin color.
voice

Harold, KY

#85 Jun 27, 2013
I think food network was in the wrong, lets all stop watching the food network channel.
tigger

United States

#86 Jun 27, 2013
We should invite her to come to ky. She can meet all her fellow racist friends here(but only if you've said the n word.)get her picture took with this areas finest.kiss a few biracial babies ,get to meet our great politicians go tour pmc.(that butter will get u)visit the abe statue.another great photo opportunity.offer us hillbillies cooking lessons with butter of course.take her fishing up at fishcrap lake. Just a few suggestions. Mountain out of a mole hill. Just how much$$$$ did she Paula make for these greedy bastards that turned on her.u rule Paula.

“lmao I'm a flamer”

Since: Nov 10

Point Pleasant, WV

#87 Jun 27, 2013
It's sooo funny, but goes to show how strong this word is. I don't think that I've seen ANYONE on here say it, but I haven't read every single word from every single post. Has anyone even said it?? Yet Paula admits to saying it on a regular basis. They did the right thing by firing her ass. Can anyone say it?? It's the only word that adults won't say to each other, unless of course you're Paula and a racist b word...haha...it's referred to as "the n word". I cuss all the time, but will not say that word. What message will that send to your kids if they hear you say it?

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