Mel, But Not Jesse?

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Mel, But Not Jesse?

By Andrew Cline

Published 8/7/2006 12:07:31 AM

So, Mel Gibson goes on a drunken anti-Semitic rant, and we're all supposed to boycott his movies and demand that Hollywood never work with him again -- but Jesse Jackson calls Jews "Hymies" and New York City "Hymietown," and all is forgiven and forgotten.

Jackson made those remarks to a black Washington Post reporter in 1984. According to the Post, Jackson thought the reporter would not print the remarks because they had a "racial bond." They were printed, and it caused a huge controversy. Jackson later apologized, and he has remained a power player on the Left. He has spoken at every Democratic National Convention since 1984. Gibson has apologized too (and Gibson was drunk, Jackson sober), but that has not pacified those who are demanding that his career be ended. Were the GOP to hand Gibson the mike at any future convention, the Democratic reaction would be entirely predictable, and entirely...

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Jesse Jackson has a different card in his deck than Mel. I hold nothing against Mel, what he did was wrong and I'm sure he knows it. Thank the Lord no one was hurt by his stupid mistake.
 

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Mel wrote and directed The Passion of Christ...Thats the biggest reason Hollywood and the rest of the whiney left are cryin so loud!!
 


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