Joan Rivers Called Michelle Obama Blackie O.

by MullOverThis

Joan Rivers, my absolute favorite comedienne, told Howard Stern, the lord of decrepitude, that she refrained from calling Michelle Obama “Blackie O” onstage because she knew it would offend African-Americans.  The joke was along the lines of “We used to have Jackie O…now we have Blackie O.”

Of course, quixotic African-Americans are already on the prowl to let Ms. Rivers “have it” for which can only be in truth and at its’ greatest worth,  hypercritical pontifications.  

To my fellow countrymen I say:

1.  Hast thou ever chachinnated whilst harkening to the illustrious vituperations from the Crowned King of The Idiocy of White People, Paul Mooney?  Mightest thou be presently queasy with paroxysm from the convulsions of  ill-requited hypocrite juice?

2.  To wit,  the JAP and  BAP acronyms are often affectionately esteemed by the privileged personas to whom they are often directed: the promising cusp of the upper middle class, the wealthy, and  Jewish American and Black American Princesses, respectively. The JAP simply wanted to snap on the BAP.

3.  Hast the farcical performances which causes an anamnesis for Blue Collar Comedians and audiences alike generated billions of dollars for the crowned King Jeff Foxworthy and his sidekicks because Rednecks don’t exist?

4.  SO WHAT!

Joan Rivers is a comedian and that is what comics do:  go to the line and push it.  She said she DID NOT use the joke out of sensitivity, which is more than what 99% of Black comics would do.  Whitey had no rest while the Bushes were in office.

Mulloverthis.

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One Comment to “Joan Rivers Called Michelle Obama Blackie O.”

  1. I totally agree with you. I would not have been offended had Joan Rivers called Michelle Obama Blackie O because she is a comedienne and that’s what they do, poke fun on the obvious. At some point blacks need to graduate from social infancy and recognize that we cannot play the victim for another 400 years while we commit the same acts we cry against.

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