Thursday, January 22, 2009

The Day Jay-Z & I broke up...

I have always loved JayZ , ... and E has always hated him... so I am sure he will be pleased with this post.... after seeing this video, I broke up with JayZ for good.




This election was about a lot of things, and for me race was not one of them. I am so SICK and tired of race being a factor in so many things. It's rather silly, really, because everyone claims to want to end racism and yet, in the same breath clings to it. and when I see things like that video there, I just am annoyed at the ignorance. Obama's whole campaign was about bridging the gap and making us all one... so when people still cling to the black half of him and taunt it like its the most important of his features.. well , its just annoying to me. So JayZ Holllllaaaa!

7 comments:

grizaham said...

know your enemies.

Anonymous said...

Oh, just the beginning. You won't recognize our country in four years.. quite predictable actually. Best policy is to practice patience and take a deeeep breath.

What I Know said...

I. Hate. Politics. and the ignorant people that STILL use the race card. Get over it people.

Caro said...

A club in Columbus, GA is having a "My President is Black" party this weekend. Ridiculous! I am going to have a "My President is Muslum" party instead. J/K that would just inhance the problem. Get over it people. My President is an American!

The Living Legend of West Byrd Street - a.k.a. B-Unit said...

True.. True.. and I loved the fact that the civil rights activist who gave the prayer after Obama's speach was allowed to blatantly make those racist comments about "maybe black won't be asked to give back, maybe brown can stick around.....maybe white will do what's right"...??? I mean wtf!! We all know how things would have gone if the shoe was on the other foot... w/e.. that is my two cents.. I could go on longer but fear too as I do not want to upset some of your readers as we have seen happen in the past :) have a great weekend!

Amy said...

I love politics, however, think about the source...is Jay Z (a former drug dealer made good-well that too is questionable) a good source on politics? Most educated or reasonable people would say no. Yes I am aware of the affect of celebrity on our society, I just think we have to honor more actual heros to try to out weigh it.

auhays said...

I hope that Jay-Z & Company's comments do not reflect the views of the average African-American Obama supporters. He clearly sees Obama's presidency as a revenge campaign rather than a movement towards national unity. I have a feeling that there are small pockets of individuals who share his viewpoint, but they should keep their mouths shut. They are a poor example to everyone around them, and should evaluate their own purpose in this world before trashing Bush's. We will continue to see this behavior...mark my words!

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