Mel has a right to be a racist. If I only watched movies or listened to music made completely by angels, I’d be very bored.
Truer words were never spoken. In fact, each of us has a constitutional right to be a racist — as most blacks I’ve ever known proudly are — and it’s time that each of us reasserts that right.
If the president of the United States can openly and viciously discriminate against whites at will (see his response to the 2008 NAACP questionnaire, see his Hate Crimes bill, read his own books, listen to his own “reconciliation” speech), then the rest of us ought to be able to us the “N” word any damn time we please.