Doe Ray Me wrote:
btw, why was his comments censored out of the West Coast show? they never heard of freedom of speech, If we are coming to a place in time where people cant speak thier own mind, then i dont know whats going to happen
You can't speak your mind for good reason. If people were allowed to say whatever they want, whast keeping them from yelling Fire in a crowded theater? You can say what you like, so long as you don't endanger anyone elses life. Saying you think bush dosn't like black people over national television could start a riot. Not to mention that he has almsot zero proof, if anyone it would be the head of FEMA, or DHS.
dangerous, saying bush is a racist. Sure hes not the most motivational speaker in the world, but all you need is one trigger to set off anger and dispair about the current situation in the South.
Considering that the majority of people who stayed [ and I'm not saying they had a choice ], were below average income minorities, the ones with out cars, or any form of transportation out. There are so many massive ammounts of land to span across, I'm suprised they were even able to rescue 300,000 since a few days ago, and the number keeps growing. So most the people are a minority, and someone in gov't didn't set up the right plan to rescue them, now that makes them a racist?
So my thoughts on what he said are true, We need to send help down to the victims of this natural disaster, we need to help out, because we can help out. I know lots of people in Texas, California and even up north by me in Virgina are opening their homes and sponsoring a family from the disaster.
About his "added" remark, I don't think thats true. Before you pin me for a Bush favorer, I'm just saying I don't think Bush is a rascist.