Skip to comments.The (other) 'N word'; Op-ed: PM Netanyahu's name has somehow become one US officials would rather
Posted on 12/13/2011 7:39:00 AM PST by Nachum
There is one word, just one word, that no decent American would dare speak out loud unless he happens to be a black stand-up comedian. That forbidden word is "nigger" a racial slur for African-Americans. The interdiction is so grave that all one needs to say is "The N word" and everyone immediately knows what it's all about.
"For top officials in the Obama Administration," a participant of the Saban Forum in Washington told me last week, "Netanyahu is now the 'N word' the name best not mentions."
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I was surprised. The White House is full of people who have politics running in their blood. They know how to read polls, how to decipher newspaper columns and the chatter at the Knesset cafeteria. They know Netanyahu is at the height of his political power. He is the man calling the shots in the Israeli government. As far as the American administration is concerned, Netanyahu is Israel and Israel is Netanyahu. You can be angry with him but you cannot ignore his existence.
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Number one, who's the judge of those black comedians being "decent"?
And two, I see that they've omitted black rappers and every black punk on a street corner using that word...oh yeah, I guess they did say "decent".....never mind.
It never fails to surprise me how shallow and dependent on conformity of thought the left is.
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