Paula Dean
Doctor REALITY

United States

#1 Jun 26, 2013
http://news.yahoo.com/paula-deen-dropped-wal-... Jessie Jackson said 'What she did was....wrong, but she can 'change'. Oh yeah??! Hey, Jessie, speaking of 'change', are you still having sex and making babies out of wedlock?? Are you still wanting to cut Barack Obama's testicles off??! Maybe you should have preached 'change' to your 'fallen' son before it was too late. You know, as far as I'm concerned, it was TACKY and CLASSLESS for that lawyer to ask her about having used the 'n' word in the past. He used the 'Mark Fuhrman maneuver' in a case that it should have never been allowed. Every adult person has used racial epithets at some point in their adult lives, whether it was in word, or in thought. All of the companies dumping this woman over the past use of a racially insensitive word are just being plain stupid. And one mega retailer, that I won't name, is simply doing it out of fear that many of their African American shoppers will protest by shopping with their competition. And I understand that. But the Lord Jesus Christ said to the crowd wanting the woman guilty of adultery to be stoned 'Let he among who is without sin cast the first stone!', and they all walked away in shame. All of you people acting self-righteous over this are nothing but hypocrites!! Just keepin' it REAL. And, NO, I'm NOT 'white'!
just saying

Blacklick, OH

#2 Jun 26, 2013
Doctor REALITY wrote:
... And, NO, I'm NOT 'white'!
That explains so much.

Blue_Eye_Gemini

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#3 Jun 26, 2013
Doctor REALITY wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/paula-de en-dropped-wal-mart-203642122. html Jessie Jackson said 'What she did was....wrong, but she can 'change'. Oh yeah??! Hey, Jessie, speaking of 'change', are you still having sex and making babies out of wedlock?? Are you still wanting to cut Barack Obama's testicles off??! Maybe you should have preached 'change' to your 'fallen' son before it was too late. You know, as far as I'm concerned, it was TACKY and CLASSLESS for that lawyer to ask her about having used the 'n' word in the past. He used the 'Mark Fuhrman maneuver' in a case that it should have never been allowed. Every adult person has used racial epithets at some point in their adult lives, whether it was in word, or in thought. All of the companies dumping this woman over the past use of a racially insensitive word are just being plain stupid. And one mega retailer, that I won't name, is simply doing it out of fear that many of their African American shoppers will protest by shopping with their competition. And I understand that. But the Lord Jesus Christ said to the crowd wanting the woman guilty of adultery to be stoned 'Let he among who is without sin cast the first stone!', and they all walked away in shame. All of you people acting self-righteous over this are nothing but hypocrites!! Just keepin' it REAL. And, NO, I'm NOT 'white'!
You sure aren't black either; unless if you are one of your other hundreds of personalities.

Blue_Eye_Gemini

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#4 Jun 26, 2013
Maybe I should just say, thousands of personalities. Sorry, my bad!

“Hello Trump”

Since: Jan 07

Goodby Hillary

#5 Jun 26, 2013
America has picked up a nasty little habit of judging people from its past or of earlier generations for their raising by TODAY'S standards. Paula Dean is a case in point The era she grew up in,in the South,with the culture of segregation used words/slurs considered unspeakable today. YET,there are people running companies and in general judging her by social norms in line with the PC 2000's. You simply cannot comdemn people NOW for the way society was when they were young and participated as a member of it then.
Doctor REALITY

United States

#6 Jun 26, 2013
just saying wrote:
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That explains so much.
Hope you learned something. That's why I come here.
Doctor REALITY

United States

#7 Jun 26, 2013
Blue_Eye_Gemini wrote:
<quoted text>
You sure aren't black either; unless if you are one of your other hundreds of personalities.
I consider myself.....'international'. It's a gift from God. I don't play favorites. I believe in keepin' it...REAL when it comes to telling it like it is, regardless of race, color, culture, religion. or whatever.

Blue_Eye_Gemini

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#8 Jun 26, 2013
Doctor REALITY wrote:
<quoted text>I consider myself.....'international'. It's a gift from God. I don't play favorites. I believe in keepin' it...REAL when it comes to telling it like it is, regardless of race, color, culture, religion. or whatever.
Amen!
Doctor REALITY

United States

#9 Jun 26, 2013
Doctor REALITY wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/paula-de en-dropped-wal-mart-203642122. html Jessie Jackson said 'What she did was....wrong, but she can 'change'. Oh yeah??! Hey, Jessie, speaking of 'change', are you still having sex and making babies out of wedlock?? Are you still wanting to cut Barack Obama's testicles off??! Maybe you should have preached 'change' to your 'fallen' son before it was too late. You know, as far as I'm concerned, it was TACKY and CLASSLESS for that lawyer to ask her about having used the 'n' word in the past. He used the 'Mark Fuhrman maneuver' in a case that it should have never been allowed. Every adult person has used racial epithets at some point in their adult lives, whether it was in word, or in thought. All of the companies dumping this woman over the past use of a racially insensitive word are just being plain stupid. And one mega retailer, that I won't name, is simply doing it out of fear that many of their African American shoppers will protest by shopping with their competition. And I understand that. But the Lord Jesus Christ said to the crowd wanting the woman guilty of adultery to be stoned 'Let he among who is without sin cast the first stone!', and they all walked away in shame. All of you people acting self-righteous over this are nothing but hypocrites!! Just keepin' it REAL. And, NO, I'm NOT 'white'!
All of the businesses distancing themselves from Paula Dean are mainly doing it for 'business' reasons, not moral ethical reasons, which could be considered 'spiritual hypocrisy'.
Doctor REALITY

United States

#10 Jun 26, 2013
Sure, 'back in the day', I used racially sensitive words towards some blacks, whites, hispanics, middle easterners, Asians, Indians, whatever. But through the revealing power of the Blessed Holy Spirit of Almighty God Eternal, I began to REALIZE just how awful and ugly those terms were, even if I had no malicious intent. And 99 percent of the time, I didn't. It was just tasteless, classless, foul terminology. And I also began to REALZE that, because of the Holy Spirit, I wanted to maintain a character level that remained 'above' those foul, ugly terms. Just keepin' it REAL.

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