A foul mouthed liberal Democrat (That was redundant was it not?) was caught on tape complaining about black prosecutors using profanity and racial slurs because they come into his city and throw people in jail, the Daily Caller reported Thursday. Gee, and I always thought that’s what their job entails. What are they supposed to do? Send them to summer camp? He did apologize but not to the black prosecutors:
“I want to begin by apologizing. I want to apologize to the citizens of Brownsville or whoever had to listen to those tapes because there is a lot of profane language and that was a private conversation. It was never meant to be public, but it’s very important that people understand that I’m very apologetic.”
Oh, I see, it’s OK to call blacks the “N” word as long as it’s in a private conversation. Brownsville City Commissioner Cesar De Leon, an Hispanic politician, seems to be a bit on the bigoted side, but I suspect the only difference between him and your typical white liberal is that he got caught.
De Leon was reportedly recorded saying:
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There are a couple of [F-word and N-word] that Luis Saenz is getting, and I don’t know where he is getting them from. They are coming down to my [F-word] city and now they are trying to [F-word] put everybody in jail because they think we are a bunch of Mexicans that hit our wives, which couldn’t be further from the [F-word] truth, but that is how they see us.
They are [F-word] … and I would say this, that I would never dare use that word, but you know what, yes, there are a couple of [N-word] in there that think that all of us are [F-word] taco eaters.
Bill Maher, the ultra-liberal host of a show on ultra-liberal HBO used the “N” word one night on his show and who do you suppose got hell over it? Maher? No. HBO? No. It was Ben Sasse who was a guest that night.
According to CNN:
Maher: Adults dress up for Halloween. They don’t do that in Nebraska?
Sasse: It’s frowned upon. We don’t do that quite as much.
Maher: I gotta get to Nebraska more.
Sasse You’re welcome. We’d love to have you work in the fields with us.
Maher: Work in the fields? Senator, I’m a house n*****.
And how about liberal ex-KKK klansman Robert Byrd of West Virginia?:
West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd apologized Sunday for a slur he used during a discussion of race relations in a nationally broadcast interview.
In an interview taped Friday for “Fox News Sunday,” Byrd, 83, was asked about race relations in the United States.
“They are much, much better than they’ve ever been in my lifetime,” Byrd said, but added that he believed people talk about race too much.
“My old mom told me, ‘Robert, you can’t go to heaven if you hate anybody.’ We practice that. There are white n****rs. I’ve seen a lot of white n****rs in my time. I’m going to use that word. We just need to work together to make our country a better country, and I’d just as soon quit talking about it so much.”
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