Skip to comments.Woman Speaks After Commissioner Admits to Using N-Word
Posted on 06/07/2014 4:14:45 PM PDT by nickcarraway
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Is this commissioner an elected official, or public official of some kind?
If so, is he now going to be asked to resign?
Will protests go up to force him out of public life?
Will Sharpton and Jackson and others bring their mock outrage campaign to his town?
Will someone such as Spike Lee put his address on Twitter, so the world knows where he lives, so as to promote harrassment of him??
Whoever wrote and proofread this should be fired.
“Slammed on his breaks.” BREAKS? Among other things - slut for slur....where do they get the people that write this stuff anymore?
highly doubt she was never called it by any of her other black friends.
It’s a word. Get over it.
“there’s no excuse for saying what he said,”
Yes there is! He was mad, lost his temper, and used bad language. (First amendment protected language).
It’s a WORD, nothing more. I can think of many, more vulgar words, he could have called her. When people get angry and scared bad language “happens”. Nobody is proud of it later, but it is no big deal and for now, doesn’t warrant an arrest.
If he’s a Wilton Manors commissioner he must be a homosexual. I love to see victim groups beating each other up.....
I would apply that term to the current pResident, but it would be an insult to actual Black people.
Actually though, I think telling the wife that they were going to “slice her up” was a crime. It’s just they didn’t decide to pursue it.
Ah, it's the old "I wasn't following him, it was my car's fault" excuse.
The law hasn’t been equally applied for decades.
“First amendment protected language”
Good luck with that.
Another Common Core success story!
Copy editors are all dead. No?
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