Quarterback Robert Griffin III, who leads the Washington Redskins on Sunday to their first home playoff game in more than a decade, isn't an ordinary rookie, according to teammate DeAngelo Hall. According to ESPN commentator Rob Parker, Griffin isn't an ordinary African American. "Is he a brother, or is he a cornball brother?" Parker infamously asked last month. Read my piece @ the American Spectator on the irony of a black quarterback on the NFL's last integrated team enduring flak from an African American journalist for failing to live down to stereotypes.
Is it me, or are black people the most racist people on the Planet?
Everything thing to them is color and how people of a particular hue have to act.
Overheard at this evenings game:
"Gee, coach, ya think we ought to take him out? That knee looks pretty bad."
"No, let him play until he collapses. Don't want to get called a racist again."