It’s a really bad word and nobody should use it

“View” Co-Host Approves Of Whoopi Using The N-Word, Not Walters

In the ‘Hot Topics’ segment on “The View” this morning, the ladies discussed a Washington Post story about a rock with the word “N****rhead” written on it at the gated entrance of a hunting camp leased and frequented by Rick Perry and his father.

Host Barbara Walters used the n-word while explaining the story, causing co-host Sherri Shepherd to take offense. Shepherd says she didn’t like the way Barbara Walters said it. However, Shepherd was okay with Whoopi Goldberg, the main host of “The View,” using it. Shepherd explained herself:

“When I heard you (Whoopi) say it, it was fine. You said it a different way. When I heard you (Barbara) say it, I didn’t like the way you said it. Because when you say it, you say [inaudible]. And I don’t like [inaudible],” Shepherd said.

This left Barbara Walters confused and wanted to know the proper way to say the n-word. However, Shepherd told Walters there is no right way for her to say it.

Walters said the n-word once in the segment while Whoopi Goldberg used the word nearly a dozen times.(edited)

The “N-word” is the vilest word in the English language. It is hypocritical and disgusting for progressives to keep using it over and over in order to smear Rick Perry.

The N-word should be removed from our active vocabularies. White people should not use it. Black people should not use it either.

It is part of our history and will remain in our literature. But maybe some day when teens and young adults read Huckleberry Finn teachers will have to explain to their students what it means because those young people will have never heard it before.

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6 Responses to It’s a really bad word and nobody should use it

  1. Murphy says:

    A lovely thought.

  2. Elliott says:

    There are many foul hateful words that are uttered by foul hateful people. The fact that our tedious and shallow infotainment media and bait and switch political hypocrites can spend so much time and energy on something that the overwhelming majority of people think should go away says a lot about how serious they are about engaging our overwhelming and endless problems. It is also a hell of a lot easier to constantly gin up outrage than it is to actually work on policy.

  3. 1539days says:

    I just can’t accept banned words. It gives too much power to them. If George Carlin had his 7 words routine now, he’d probably take a couple out that everyone uses now and add in the n-word.

    I have no use for the word. I think it’s only use is historical. I’m more concerned about the inherent racism of the word. Not what it means for African Americans, but the practice of many blacks using the word. You can’t take a racist slur back when you use it as a dividing line where white people aren’t allowed to use it. Either everyone can say it or no one.

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