This Guy: Rod Blagojevich's Negro Dialect Gets Him In Trouble
D'oh! In an interview with Esquire magazine, Rod Blagojevich spends a lot of time bitching about his circumstance. And compares what he was doing with all of the post-presidential paper Bill Clinton is now getting.
"It's such a cynical business, and most of the people in the business are full of shit and phonies, but I was real, man — and am real. This guy, he was catapulted in on hope and change, what we hope the guy is. What the fuck? Everything he's saying's on the teleprompter. I'm blacker than Barack Obama. I shined shoes. I grew up in a five-room apartment. My father had a little laundromat in a black community not far from where we lived. I saw it all growing up."
I see what he's TRYING to say though. He just used the absolutely wrong words to say it. So he still wins the STFU award. Because y'know, all blacks shine shoes and live in a five-room apartment. Actually when I heard that he said this, I laughed so hard.
"It's not appropriate for me, a white person, to stand out somehow and claim to be a black person, that's just wrong." You damn right.
It's just like if I said, "all white people are so out of touch." Word to Harry Reid. Forgive my negro dialect.
I mean, I would've let you slide by if you named some other mofos who have no business here...like Tiger Woods, Clarence Thomas, Larry Elder, Bob Johnson, y'know those types.
But atleast I know where you stand Roddy (...and Harry). There's people in my own melanin pantone who I'm not sure of. So in that case Roddy, you just might be blacker. And stop all of that bitchin'. Black people don't do that. You got caught. Live with it. Read more of the interview here.