Jesse Jackson drops the N-Bomb!

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Wednesday, Jul 16

Breaking: What Else Jesse Jackson Said on That FNC Tape

Exclusive: TVNewser has been sent the transcript of what Jesse Jackson said Sunday morning July 6, as he prepared for an interview on Fox & Friends Weekend. Below is the partial transcript we received in our tips box, and confirmed to be authentic by Fox News Channel representatives.

   Barack…he’s talking down to black people…telling n-s how to behave.

So, yes. Jesse Jackson did use the “N” word. But it was not directed at Barack Obama. Fox News and Bill O’Reilly have maintained there was more on the tape, but that the un-aired portion was not relevant to the issue at hand: about whether Obama was “talking down” to the black community.

“Don’t tell me words don’t matter!” – BHO

Jesse Jackson called for a Seinfeld boycott after Michael Richards (Kramer)dropped the N-Bomb at an unfunny attempt at stand-up shock humor.

In fact, Jackson called for a boycott of all entertainment media that used the word.  His boycott included Richard Pryor, Redd Fox and Huckleberry Finn.  Thus, the race of the person using the word, nor the context did not matter.

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hypocrite

Main Entry:  hyp·o·crite

Pronunciation: ˈhi-p?-?krit\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English ypocrite, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin hypocrita, from Greek hypokrit?s actor, hypocrite, from hypokrinesthai

Date: 13th century

1 : a person who puts on a false appearance of virtue or religion

2 : a person who acts in contradiction to his or her stated beliefs or feelings

– hypocrite adjective

I guess Rev. Jackson said it with an “ah” ending rather than an “er” ending.  That makes it okay.

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  • Republican Ram Rod Radio

    Dude – I so badly want to read the entire script!  Any chance that the rest of it will be on the net?

  • Renee

    I don’t have a problem with a black person using the N-word when speaking to another black person privately. In public… never… and especially when the n-word is used in hip-hop music that is directly targeted to not only black youth but also white youth.