Jesse Jackson Threatens to Cut Barry’s Nuts Out!

| July 9, 2008

O’Reilly is going to play it tonight but apparently Jesse Jackson was caught on a hot mic advocating the removal of Senator Obama’s testicles.

Jackson has already released a statement:

Jackson Statement: For any harm or hurt that this hot mic private conversation may have caused, I apologize. My support for Senator Obama_s campaign is wide, deep and unequivocal. I cherish this redemptive and historical moment.

_My appeal was for the moral content of his message to not only deal with the personal and moral responsibility of black males, but to deal with the collective moral responsibility of government and the public policy which would be a corrective action for the lack of good choices that often led to their irresponsibility.

_That was the context of my private conversation and it does not reflect any disparagement on my part for the historic event in which we are involved or my pride in Senator Barack Obama, who is leading it, whom I have supported by crisscrossing this nation in every level of media and audience from the beginning in absolute terms.

In all honesty, I think Michelle took care of that task years ago.

Jonn added: Here’s the O’Reilly clip;


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  1. ponsdorf says:

    I do believe Obama will soon be quoting that second paragraph.

    It makes no sense and has a bunch of anti-government words to boot. Even the phrase ‘collective moral responsibility’ is made for Barry’s lips.

    Well, maybe shortened to “The White Devils made me do it.”

  2. GI JANE says:

    Jackson’s comment is funny as hell and reveals his atittude about ‘faith-based’ assistance. Anyone who dares suggest poor people get off of the public teat and either pull themselves up by the boot straps, or even engage in community efforts to help their own is ‘racist’. Everytime he opens his piehole, he proves that racism isn’t a one-way street.

    If a white reverend had said such a thing, Jackson, Sharpton, and the entire radical black community would have been rioting in the streets.

    As for Obama’s reference to faith-based initiatives:

    I doubt that he would actually expand or steer more funds to that purpose. He’s more of a socialist welfare state kinda guy.