And it's mighty white of him to offer the usual backhand apology that is so common to white parlance. He's sorry "if" he offended anyone. He didn't mean to "give offence".
“I know that this term is not used in the same way nowadays, and I meant no disrespect.” Rep. Don Young, R-AK, after saying some racistg ass bullshit, but not really apoligizing.Just so you know, that's not an apology. That's absolute bullshit. That, "I know that this term is not used in the same way nowadays?" Lol, do we really give a U.S. Representative "racist grandpa" privileges? And by the way, you need to talk to your damned racist grandpa and tell him to keep his fucking mouth shut because:
- If you speak racist ideas and act out racist behaviors, you're a racist.
- If you teach your children racist ideas and behaviors, you're a racist.
- If you stay silent about blatant racism, you're a racist
If you really want some Lol's check out FOX News' page for Latinos! ¿Es caliente, no? Do they really expect folks to fall for this blatant pandering?
I could stop blogging about racism if the Republicans and conservative white folks around me didn't make it so damned easy.
Despising the Conservative Mindset, Part I (DebLite)
Despising the Conservative Mindset, Part II (DebLite)
Rep. Don Young: I’m sorry for calling Latino workers ‘wetbacks’ (Washington Times)
(Gets it wrong, he never said that and he has yet to really apologize)
U.S. Rep. Don Young in Hot Water for 'Wetback' Comment (Fox News Latino)
Rep. Young, "Wetback" Has Always Been Used in the Same Way (Fox News Latino)