August 30, 2005

Al Sharpton Paid To Campaign For Kerry
— Ace

As they say, you get what you paid for.

In their case, they got, uhhh, Al Sharpton.

They should pay me to campaign for Democratic Candidates. My credentials with the black community are unquestioned.

Black people love me because I treat them just like I treat anybody else. If a black guy says, "Have a good day, sir!," I'll say, "Thank you, Mr. Black Person, and a fine day to you as well."

Hypothetically, I mean. I haven't actually ever talked to any black people.

I try to keep my distance. Avoid making eye contact. I stay out of "urban" neighborhoods.

They appreciate that I respect their privacy. I "sense" that.

An Old Link That Dave Says I Can Post: Black People Love Us.

Posted by: Ace at 07:04 AM | Comments (8)
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1 Ace, I'm offended.

I can't believe you made such jokes without re-linking the INTERNET classic, "Black People Love Us."

Cheers,
Dave at Garfield Ridge

Posted by: Dave at Garfield Ridge at August 30, 2005 07:29 AM (y1hCN)

2 He just can't win, Dave. I mean, if he had linked to that, you'd tease him because it was old, wouldn't you?

Posted by: Sean M. at August 30, 2005 07:39 AM (EHzws)

3 I'm speechleess about both the main post and the "Black People Love Us" link. I can't decide whose black "issues" are bigger, Ace's or Sally and Johnny's. ;-).

Posted by: at August 30, 2005 07:43 AM (TrmBs)

4 Au contraire, Sean. You can always link things you linked to before (and Ace has linked that before), in order to hammer home a point. Just be sure to call it "classic."

And Ace is always a winner, because winners don't do drugs.

Cheers,
Dave at Garfield Ridge

Posted by: Dave at Garfield Ridge at August 30, 2005 07:48 AM (y1hCN)

5 I'm thinking that Sharpton might be better suited to be on Ted Kennedy's payroll.

Posted by: The Warden at August 30, 2005 08:07 AM (Zxtyv)

6 Every time I see that ugly face and bizarro hairdo (which was satarized in Barber Shop ) I picture him on the corner of the old 42nd street among the other whores, prostitues, penny ante hustlers and pimps, with a card table and a 3-card monty game.

Al Sharpton is an aging poverty and race pimp who might, on balance, turn off more voters than he gains. It would be interesting to see that.

I can't beat your line ACE: you do get what you pay for.

Posted by: 72 Low Class Acts at August 30, 2005 08:17 AM (dhRpo)

7 PS - The first time I saw it I thought it really took balls to put a satire like Black People Love Us on the net. For mild as it may be, there was a time when this would've resulted in protests, death threats and demands that your employer fire you or face a boycott.

I applaud the courage and the forthrightness of these people. God knows, since Bill Clinton, aka, the Great Divider, we need more truth in this country about race matters.

Posted by: 72 bearded ladies at August 30, 2005 10:14 AM (dhRpo)

8 I'm willing to be an embarrasing clod for a lot less than 70G's.

For 50G's I'll give an Oscar grade performance.

Posted by: Tony at August 30, 2005 02:40 PM (dYcZw)

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