Skip to comments.Freep this poll [Is Rush Limbaugh's "Barack The Magic Negro" song racist?]
Posted on 05/07/2007 10:53:17 AM PDT by PajamaTruthMafia
CBS13 Sacramento, CA is trying to claim Rush Limbaugh's parity of the LA Times "Magic Negro" comment is racist. Go there and free them poll. It's on the right hand sidebar. It asks:
Is Rush Limbaugh's "Barack The Magic Negro" song racist?
You can also watch their story on this at their website. It's at the top of the page.
4% yes, 96% no
Ouch. I’m guessing those aren’t the results they had in mind. :-)
When I heard this on my way to the Talladega Winston Cup Race 2 weeks ago I knew this was going to happen.
I’m surprised it took so long!!
Crotical that everyone knows he’s NOT a negro!
Rush just announced CBS13 put a video to the parody that makes it look like it was produced by Rush. Rush has just warned them to take it down as he did not and does not produce videos.
I don’t think so, but as long as the professional race pimps think it is, I’m satisfied.
I bet right now cbs is sorry they even went there. Poll not looking good for them and neither are the comments.
They haven’t even posted my comment yet. It had a link to the LA times article.
HEADS UP! According to Rush, as of 1PM (CST), CBS 13 in Sacramento has posted a BOGUS VIDEO that is racially explosive and claiming it’s a Limbaugh production. Rush just stated that he NEVER USES VIDEO in his parodies. Freepers, Limbaugh is under attack.
It’s only as racist as the whole Barack candidacy itself, considering the only reason anyone is even looking at that empty suit is because there’s a black face (well, half-black) on top of it. Otherwise he’d have the same gravitas as, say, Kucinich.
97 to 3 now.
I wouldn’t have looked at the comments if you hadn’t mentioned them! I’m glad you did — and I did! LOL!
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