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Gov. Chris Christie Makes Racist Gaffe During Talk at Black Church

There are 11 comments on the blackenterprise.com story from Mar 16, 2013, titled Gov. Chris Christie Makes Racist Gaffe During Talk at Black Church. In it, blackenterprise.com reports that:

At St. Luke's Baptist Church in Paterson NJ, Republican Gov. Chris Christie referred to the first black female leader of the state Assembly by race and gender, not by name, during a discussion about school vouchers; the pastor has now asked that the governor apologize for that remark, the Huffington Post reports.

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Felis74

East Orange, NJ

#1 Mar 16, 2013
Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver is a black female Democrat,(as was Gov. Christie's first Attorney General), so, race was already in the discussion, even though he didn't mention Assemblywoman Oliver by name at the 3/12/13 town hall meeting.

Gov. Christie stated that the Assemblywoman has been blocking his voucher efforts in Trenton regarding all NJ schools,(and it just so happens that many of Paterson's schools are also doing poorly). So, the question is, did he lie on Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver, even though he didn't mention her by name?

Additionally, why are the Paterson schools doing poorly? As proper education begins at home, is it because many parents have failed to raise their children properly, and, as a result of this failing, they are disruptive and disrespectful to the teachers in class, thereby hindering the teaching and learning process? I've heard this complaint from several of my friends who are teachers in Paterson,(and have read this same complaint from many teachers in other parts of America as well).

Moreover, far too many teachers sexually prey on innocent students, this must stop!

Also, there are far too many guns available in Paterson,(and in America), and, as a result, far too many gun tragedies happen in schools,(and not only in urban schools, or, have we forgotten about Newton CT, Columbine, CO, Virginia Tech University, etc., etc., etc.?).

The main thing is to eliminate the above-mentioned problems,(in Paterson, as well as across America), and dispense with election year political posturing,(in this particular case). Constructive bi-partisanship is what is needed here,(or have we learned nothing from watching the destructive goings on in Washington, DC since 2008?).
Truth100

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Mar 20, 2013
What's far worse than too many guns are too many shyster attorneys and lowlife lazy incorrigible crime-ridden Apefricans.
Felis74

East Orange, NJ

#3 Mar 20, 2013
Truth100 wrote:
What's far worse than too many guns are too many shyster attorneys and lowlife lazy incorrigible crime-ridden Apefricans.
Your post is incoherent.
Felis74

East Orange, NJ

#4 Mar 20, 2013
Truth100 wrote:
What's far worse than too many guns are too many shyster attorneys and lowlife lazy incorrigible crime-ridden Apefricans.
And your post is ignorant as well.
eddie

United States

#5 Mar 21, 2013
Don't pay ignorance attention !!
Community Cleanup

Chicago, IL

#6 Mar 21, 2013
Everyone should encourage the North Korean Dictator to launch their nuclear missiles at Northeastern "scum hole" New Jersey.

The U.S. will compensate the slopes for their "Community Cleanup" assignment after the job is finished.

Sandy didn't quite finish the job.:)
ROBERT TAYLOR

Dumont, NJ

#7 Mar 21, 2013
Felis74 wrote:
Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver is a black female Democrat,(as was Gov. Christie's first Attorney General), so, race was already in the discussion, even though he didn't mention Assemblywoman Oliver by name at the 3/12/13 town hall meeting.
Gov. Christie stated that the Assemblywoman has been blocking his voucher efforts in Trenton regarding all NJ schools,(and it just so happens that many of Paterson's schools are also doing poorly). So, the question is, did he lie on Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver, even though he didn't mention her by name?
Additionally, why are the Paterson schools doing poorly? As proper education begins at home, is it because many parents have failed to raise their children properly, and, as a result of this failing, they are disruptive and disrespectful to the teachers in class, thereby hindering the teaching and learning process? I've heard this complaint from several of my friends who are teachers in Paterson,(and have read this same complaint from many teachers in other parts of America as well).
Moreover, far too many teachers sexually prey on innocent students, this must stop!
Also, there are far too many guns available in Paterson,(and in America), and, as a result, far too many gun tragedies happen in schools,(and not only in urban schools, or, have we forgotten about Newton CT, Columbine, CO, Virginia Tech University, etc., etc., etc.?).
The main thing is to eliminate the above-mentioned problems,(in Paterson, as well as across America), and dispense with election year political posturing,(in this particular case). Constructive bi-partisanship is what is needed here,(or have we learned nothing from watching the destructive goings on in Washington, DC since 2008?).
vouchers will make property tax go up equal protection under the law for property tax payers especially senior citisens that dont have children in the school system another issue is whether police notebooks should be admissible in municipal court where the cases are drunk driving reckless driving speeding shoplifting they want to shift the blame to the cops to get out of trouble there are drunk drivers that are too arogent and say "I cant be arrested " and "if I lose my license ill just drive without a license"
ROBERT TAYLOR

Dumont, NJ

#8 Mar 21, 2013
Community Cleanup wrote:
Everyone should encourage the North Korean Dictator to launch their nuclear missiles at Northeastern "scum hole" New Jersey.
The U.S. will compensate the slopes for their "Community Cleanup" assignment after the job is finished.
Sandy didn't quite finish the job.:)
dont trust anybody under 60
Community Cleanup

Chicago, IL

#10 Mar 21, 2013
Truth100 wrote:
<quoted text>Correction: Don't trust anyone from New Jersey, lawyers, politicians, judges, guineas, kikes and apefricans.
AND THE MEDIA.
Felis74

East Orange, NJ

#11 Mar 23, 2013
ROBERT TAYLOR wrote:
<quoted text>vouchers will make property tax go up equal protection under the law for property tax payers especially senior citisens that dont have children in the school system another issue is whether police notebooks should be admissible in municipal court where the cases are drunk driving reckless driving speeding shoplifting they want to shift the blame to the cops to get out of trouble there are drunk drivers that are too arogent and say "I cant be arrested " and "if I lose my license ill just drive without a license"
Your post is incoherent.
Felis74

East Orange, NJ

#12 Mar 23, 2013
Community Cleanup wrote:
Everyone should encourage the North Korean Dictator to launch their nuclear missiles at Northeastern "scum hole" New Jersey.

The U.S. will compensate the slopes for their "Community Cleanup" assignment after the job is finished.

Sandy didn't quite finish the job.:)
Or, perhaps the missiles should be aimed and launched where you live?

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