Let’s get this out of the way: Racism isn’t funny. Now that we’ve added our disclaimer, let’s try to have some fun with an otherwise disturbing chart.
When President Obama won re-election, the angry losers of the 2012 race took to Twitter to sound off on their thoughts, feelings, and reactions. While many expressed disappointment, there were a noted few who expressed their uncensored disillusionment with bitter mudslinging and unapologetic racism.
This isn’t the kind of racism that’s just perceived – that gray area of an intense social issue where some Liberals like to relegate and brand their opponents when bereft of a substantive rebuttal. No, this is full-on, inexcusable, n-word-using racism.
President Obama addressed issues of censorship and terrorism this morning in relation to the threats made against Sony and the release of The Interview. Oh, he also got James Franco's name wrong and ...