- 07/13/2010, 12:12AM ET
Jessie Jackson is a racist idiot, hypocrite, whose only goal is 2 start trouble when there isn't any
KobeLebron said 07/13, 12:12 AM
Jessie Jackson has once again opened his big mouth. Sunday saying the Cav's owner, "Dan Gilbert was mad for James acting like a run way slave." Gilbert was mad and in my opinion went to far, but to say he thinks he's a slave owner. Get real!!! Not even in his own little world can Jackson beleive that. Which means he could only have one goal, to start TROUBLE!!!!!!!
Sabih said 07/13, 12:39 AM
No Jesse Jackson is a publicity ****. His goal in life is to compete with Al Sharpton over who out crazy each other. Al Sharpton still has the lead in my books but Jesse is catching up.
Although I do not agree with what he said, but he does have a point. He is just horrible in explaining it. Gilbert was way out of line especially considering the language he used to attack Lebron. Jesse, as always went for shock value over substance
However, some of his points are valid. Lebron honored his contract with the Cavs and was a FREE AGENT. Free to do whatever he pleased. He had a chance to play with 2 of the best players in the league who also happen to be his close friends.
Gilbert also added fuel to the fire and expect security to be very tight when James returns to CLE this year. Gilbert should have acted with more control and class instead of a teenage girl writing her blog.
KobeLebron said 07/13, 01:49 AM
So you agree with me, that everything that comes out of Jackson's pie hole has only one purpose, to "SHOCK" and incite. First I can't believe any minister, has so little pride that after being found out to have a kid with some bimbo, he still goes on TV. Who is he to criticize any one, about anything? What stupid idiot would listen?
Why would he put his 2 cents (if he has that much) in on a basketball coach and player? You're right about James being a FREE AGENT, but he has always been a FREE MAN. I think James' move to Miami proves just how fed up he was with Cleveland not getting him any help. It shows just how bad he wants a ring, and he is willing to play Scottie P to Wade to get it. Cleveland/Gilbert had 6 years to get him someone, and the best they could come up with is a broken, run down Shaq, that can only play every other game. James should have left.
Back to JJ. He had no reason to stick his nose in this. The man ran for President and you think he has trouble with words? He said exactly what he wanted to say. WHY? Your guess is as good as mine. For some one that led us out of the 60's, he sure seems hell bent on getting us back there!
Sabih said 07/13, 02:46 AM
Since dj did not get this TD, I will try and do it the way he would do it
"It shows just how bad he wants a ring, and he is willing to play Scottie P to Wade to get it."
First of all, there is no way Lebron is Wade's Pippen
This is more like Magic and Kareem, West and Baylor.They are both elite players and no1 has ever won anything (accept Hakeem) without being surrounded by great players
"Who is he to criticize any one, about anything?"
He is one of biggest civil rights leaders in the States and a very respected man in the African-American community. Although he has fallen down a few notches in recent years, it does not take away all the work he has done.
"Who is he to criticize any one, about anything? What stupid idiot would listen?"
You listened enough to make a TD about it. ESPN and a lot of other media outlets covered it.
Hell, the man he criticized (Gilbert) even listened to his comments and wanted to have a discussion with Jesse.
"The man ran for President and you think he has trouble with words?"
US has add its share of idiot politicians
KobeLebron said 07/13, 08:42 PM
The TD is about Jackson and his desire to produce trouble. You got off subject with all the King James talk a little, but since you brought it up. James himself has been quoted "I'm going to Wades team??? Even if all 3 went to a new team, who's to say who would be the go to guy. They are all leaders and great players. Who knows, maybe, just maybe we will actually be treated to something the NBA has long been missing..............TEAMWORK. Wouldn't that be special?
We can TD about the Heat and the super 3 if you want. I think I could argue it either way pretty well. As a basketball fan I'm excited to see them play, as a Laker fan, scared as He11.
Back to JJ. This is far from the first time JJ has opened his mouth to show some injustice was done to a black man by a white man, far from it. It???s like a race between him and Sharpton every time a white man wrongs a black man. Where are they when it???s the other way around? If he truly wanted a better life for all Americans, he would be out there championing education, work programs and trying to reduce crime for all. The simple fact that he himself views us all as black and white, makes him a racist.
Sabih said 07/13, 09:36 PM
Jesse Jackson is a black leader and by definition, you do not criticize your own. When someone black does something bad there is plenty of people at Fox and friends to point it out unless there is an Arab or Mexican involved, then it gets confusing to them.
He does not view everything as black and white, he views it as an opportunity. He is an opportunistic of the worst kind, those that exploit emotions and feelings of others.
But he is not a racist, or an idiot.
That is the characteristic of any politician or public figure.
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