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She didn't what?

 

A) Make racially insensitive comments?

B) Get a standing ovation?

 

A) She used the "N word".  A white person using that word publicly is insensitive.  I never said she was a bigot nor did I label her as racist, I simply state she used a racially insensitive word.

B) This whole article states that she did get a standing ovation

 

So let me redirect your accusation of trolling back at yourself.

As Growled said, "She got a standing ovation to show their support of her, and not the comments she made. She messed up, we all do sometimes."

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I didn't (and still don't) really understand why everyone was making such a big deal over something she said over 20yrs ago. As Peter Griffin says "Who the hell cares?" lol

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It boggles my mind why this is so important to people. All this is doing is setting back equality in the same way as scratching at a scab. Overall, we're all homogenizing just fine over time. Leave the radicalism alone and let us move along. Crucifying people doesn't inherently promote your cause and in this case, like I said, it acts to weaken it.

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And didn't she also say it's been decades since she used it? Kinda ridiculous for something like that to be blown out of proportion by the PC crowd.

 

That's what I thought too but you know how things go these days. Given a chance to over-react to something that doesn't amount to anything, people will.

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Now, did she use it as an adjective to say that she is or was "niger rich"? :D

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