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Racism isn’t just for red states.

I love it when certain folks have an alleged lapse in their "color aroused" judgment.


The latest is this female executive from Sony Entertainment, who, as some folks tend to do when they think that they are alone with like minded people, said some racially insensitive things about Barack Obama.


But field, she is a Hollywood liberal who supported the president with her own money.


Yes, there is that. But I need you Negroes to understand that it's not just Southern conservatives who have "color arousal" issues. Some of your so called liberal friends have issues as well.


Of course this executive went to the Priest of all things racial in America for absolution.

"Hours after Rev. Al Sharpton released a statement comparing her to disgraced L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling, Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal revealed in a Q&A interview with Deadline’s Mike Fleming, Jr. that she has spoken to Sharpton on the phone, saying, “I know I screwed up.”


Sharpton’s condemnation of Pascal came after an email exchange between the Sony exec and movie producer Scott Rudin leaked as part of the larger cyber-attack on Sony Pictures from a possibly-North Korean-connected group. In the conversation, Pascal and Rudin joked about the types of movies President Barack Obama likes, with clear racial overtones.


I’m so disappointed in myself, that I ever would have had such a lapse in my thinking,” Pascal said in her first public comments aside from a short apology statement earlier today, adding that she doesn’t want her 30 year career defined by these leaked emails.


Asked if she has apologized directly to the president, she said, “I don’t know Barack Obama. I worked really hard for him in both of his campaigns. I am inspired by him. I…I’m embarrassed, deeply.”


Yep, I am guessing that after she kissed Rev. Al's ring he gave her communion.


Lady, you are only "embarrassed" because you were exposed.


And you Negroes wonder why black actors can't find work in Hollywood.


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I love it when certain folks have an alleged lapse in their “color aroused” judgment.

The latest is this female executive from Sony Entertainment, who, as some folks tend to do when they think that they are alone with like minded people, said some racially insensitive things about Barack Obama.

But field, she is a Hollywood liberal who supported the president with her own money.

Yes, there is that. But I need you Negroes to understand that it’s not just Southern conservatives who have “color arousal” issues. Some of your so called liberal friends have issues as well.

Of course this executive went to the Priest of all things racial in America for absolution.

“Hours after Rev. Al Sharpton released a statement comparing her to disgraced L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling, Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal revealed in a Q&A interview with Deadline’s Mike Fleming, Jr. that she has spoken to Sharpton on the phone, saying, “I know I screwed up.”


Sharpton’s condemnation of Pascal came after an email exchange between the Sony exec and movie producer Scott Rudin leaked as part of the larger cyber-attack on Sony Pictures from a possibly-North Korean-connected group. In the conversation, Pascal and Rudin joked about the types of movies President Barack Obama likes, with clear racial overtones.


I’m so disappointed in myself, that I ever would have had such a lapse in my thinking,” Pascal said in her first public comments aside from a short apology statement earlier today, adding that she doesn’t want her 30 year career defined by these leaked emails.


Asked if she has apologized directly to the president, she said, “I don’t know Barack Obama. I worked really hard for him in both of his campaigns. I am inspired by him. I…I’m embarrassed, deeply.”

Yep, I am guessing that after she kissed Rev. Al’s ring he gave her communion.

Lady, you are only “embarrassed” because you were exposed.

And you Negroes wonder why black actors can’t find work in Hollywood.

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