I truly understand that different experiences can color our perceptions but im amazed at how different we can look at things, here's what I mean...
I noticed that most of the people that saw Rush Limbaughs comment about the NFL is like watching the bloods and the crips without weapons and his reasoning behind making that statement as not being racist or bigoted have been white while most of the people that saw this as a racist statement have been black. Now im getting my stats from not only this board, but people I have spoken with, and interviews that I have seen. So who's right and who's wrong? Are black people's racial antennae too fine tuned or does most of America see anything less than n bombs being dropped as simply protected speech?
For instance Bill O'reilly went after the rapper ludacris with what seemed to be a personal vendetta against the man. Believe it or not I didnt really have a problem with that, what i didn't like was him going after his contract with Pepsi(i think it was pepsi) while justifying his NOT going after Ozzi Osbourne's contract with the same company, was not Osbourne on TV, him and his underage kids dropping f-bombs and crap but he simply said "well everyone knows about osbourne" so no reason to cost him money. Now to me that SEEMS to be motivated by race, tell me why im wrong about that.
Sean Hannity during the Justin Volpe's abuse of Abner Louima case he kept refering to Louima as "lying louima" up until the time when Volpe confessed to sticking the plunger up Louima's rectum when he had him in police custody, now I feel that his automatic defense of Volpe and his attacking of the alleged victim was racially motivated again tell me why im wrong or why rather you ercieve these so different from me