Honesty Isn’t Always The Best Policy

Rob Parker

Rob Parker


ESPN fires Rob Parker

Rob Parker, the commentator who created controversy when he questioned whether Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is a “cornball brother” because he has a white fiancee, has been fired by ESPN.


Rob Parker was fired for being too honest. He pulled back the curtain and exposed some of the racist views that are widely held in the black community. We certainly can’t have any of that!

I talked to some people down in Washington, D.C. … but my question, which is just a straight, honest question, is he a brother or is he a cornball brother? …

Well, he’s not really. Okay, he’s black, he does his thing, but he’s not really down with the cause. He’s not one of us. He’s kind of black, but he’s not really like the guy you really want to hang out with because he’s off to something else … That’s just all I want to find out about him. I don’t know because I keep hearing these things. We all know he has a white fiancee and there’s talk about that he’s a Republican, which there’s no information at all. I’m just trying to dig deeper into why he has an issue.


This is post-racial America, where only white people can be racists.


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12 Responses to Honesty Isn’t Always The Best Policy

    • myiq2xu (D) says:

      Caddell: ‘This Country Is On The Verge Of An Explosion’

      From Terri Hall, Examiner: “[Last night] Pat Caddell, committed Democrat and political film consultant, received a standing ovation from a room full of Texas conservatives. Women on the Wall hosted an awards banquet honoring Texas women activists on the eve of the Texas legislature convening in Austin, and Caddell headlined the event. He perfectly articulated what’s broken in politics today: government no longer operates by the consent of the governed, it’s rigged against the ordinary citizen by lobbyists, special interests, and corruption, and as a Gallop poll announced today, two-thirds of Americans believe Congress cares more about retaining their power, even to the detriment of the country, than they do about serving and preserving the country.

      Caddell called such sentiment a “pre-revolutionary condition” and said, “this country is on the verge of an explosion.” He railed against the fiscal cliff deal and the Republicans’ lack of a spine to stand up to the President saying if they were going to cave on the tax hikes, then they should have taken all other bad stuff out of the bill, like the President having sole authority to raise the debt ceiling and all the special interest giveways. He said the bill had tax breaks for “everyone but the American people.”

  1. yttik says:

    “….there’s talk about that he’s a Republican, which there’s no information at all. I’m just trying to dig deeper into why he has an issue….”

    Never mind the race baiting, that he’s not somebody you’d want to hang with, or the fact that he’s dating a white woman, the real clicker is the suspicion that he might be a…..gasp….Republican…..

  2. votermom says:

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