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Lohan refers to Obama as 'first colored president'

There are 74 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 13, 2008, titled Lohan refers to Obama as 'first colored president'. In it, Newsday reports that:

Lindsay Lohan referred to President-elect Barack Obama as the country's "first colored president" in an interview on "Access Hollywood." Describing her experience on Election Day , Lohan said: "It was really ...

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GMC

Bronx, NY

#66 Nov 13, 2008
Uncle Tex wrote:
I guess Ms. Lohan didn't reciever the memo that you can't call a black person colored anymore.
TO: L. Lohan
From: PC police
Re: What to call a Black person
You must refer to a black person as African-American. But you can call them a person of color, but not a colored person.
Right on!! So, I wonder if Bill Cosby called Obama colored, would Newsday's reaction been the same?

Since: Feb 08

Nassau County

#67 Nov 13, 2008
Uncle Tex wrote:
I guess Ms. Lohan didn't reciever the memo that you can't call a black person colored anymore.
TO: L. Lohan
From: PC police
Re: What to call a Black person
You must refer to a black person as African-American. But you can call them a person of color, but not a colored person.
AfriHawaCaucamerican

Since: Feb 08

Nassau County

#68 Nov 13, 2008
obama voter wrote:
They should change NAACP to NAAAAP...It would be more fitting. That pronunciation would probably be "NAP", with the emphasis on the long "A".
<quoted text>
Imus just called her a NAAAAPY-headed Loh!!!
rambler

Shakopee, MN

#69 Nov 13, 2008
If Obama was a crayon,what would be the color's name?any suggestions? I'll ask Lohan.

“Big City of Dreams”

Since: Oct 08

Bronx

#70 Nov 13, 2008
Flimsy Blowhand !
why me

Bangkok, Thailand

#71 Nov 13, 2008
He is colored and if he could have passed for white he would have eagerly jumped to the white line and had a white wife.
statement

Gainesville, FL

#72 Nov 13, 2008
Phillip Brame wrote:
My preference is Black American. <quoted text>
He is not American!
Oreo Obama

Caldwell, NJ

#73 Nov 13, 2008
Bonacker wrote:
I heard the clip. I thought she said "that kind of president", not "colored". Even so, is "colored" a bad word?
Technically he is the first evenly tanned President
proreviewer

Aurora, CO

#74 Nov 13, 2008
rambler wrote:
If Obama was a crayon,what would be the color's name?any suggestions? I'll ask Lohan.
How about Presidential Brown?
D OH BAMA

Charlotte, NC

#75 Nov 14, 2008
Jugdish wrote:
<quoted text>
how about National Association for the Advancement and Achivement of African American People, NAAAAAAP.
like it but too many A's together, try this one. NAAAADHDAAAP
LIZ

Winter Garden, FL

#76 Nov 14, 2008
Nick wrote:
Seriously? Is this a joke? Newsday wasted time on THIS story?

YA I MEAN ITS LINSAY LOHAN 4 GODS SAKE SHE AINT GONNA GET ANY SMARTER 4 ALL WE NO

Since: Jul 08

South Shore of LI

#77 Nov 14, 2008
Phillip Brame wrote:
People, People, People. Ms Lohan is technically correct. Because of the mixture of the 2 maybe more racial blood types President Elect Obama even in his home country would be concidered as coloured. It is only in America where such a thing would be made into a big issue. That is because we are sometimes ignorant. Maybe Ms Lohan knew exactly what she was saying.
What the hell is a racial blood type? There is no difference in the blood of a Northern European, a Pakistani, a Kenyan, a Turk, a Sicilian , an Brazilian, a New Zealander or a Scot.
Bonacker

Port Washington, NY

#78 Nov 17, 2008
Phillip Brame wrote:
Cosmetology lesson 101. The hair of Black Americans the tight curl the flexibility the ability to withstand heat and cold is because the cortex of the hair is alive. The hair of the White American on the other hand all of the things that are listed above are absent this renders it dead, thus the perm. I thought I would just throw that in there for future reference. <quoted text>
HAHAHA! Thank you Dr. Brame...you should be in one of those hair product infomercials.
Anonymous

Tampa, FL

#80 Dec 22, 2008
Why is it ok to name the NAACP with the words "colored people", yet it is considered an insult??? Are you people (yes, you people) kidding me?

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