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The N-word versus the C-word, and It’s Not Conservative

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  2. Jon says:

    I’m sorry if you were offended, and I think that using words like cracker and honky are offensive, but considering the history of African Americans in this country from slavery to Jim Crow laws and poll taxes the difference between cracker and honky and the n-word is like the difference between shooting a bullet and throwing it. Stop acting like a martyr. It makes you look ridiculous.

    But that’s just my opinion. And common sense.

    • Voice of Reason says:

      It is just a word. There is no difference IF you truly were exercising a modicum of common sense. None what so ever

      And if the word was such anathema to all within earshot, why can fews blacks utter a sentence without it? Why in the world would they call each other, at every opportunity, such a horrific name?

      I’m no more offended by being called a cracker by Michelle Williams than I would were I called fat or ugly. I consider the source and also remember that the first to call a name or raise their voice is more times than not the person with the weakest or non-existent argument.

      That black people fake outrage over a word they readily utilize as a term of endearment or cannot seem to formulate a cogent thought sans the term, is their problem. Not mine.

      You perpetuating the lie is the problem and you enable racism every time you do so.