Today on NPR's Talk of the Nation, the guests were Michelle Obama, Michele Flournoy, Isabel Sawhill and Andrew Ng.
Now let's move to midget man. Spike Lee. Truly a physically ugly man and one whose work has non-stop sexism throughout but we're supposed to look the other way because a White woman (Jodie Foster) likes to work with him?
Here's limp dick quoted by POLITICO (quoting GQ):
“I can't say to all the people that are unhappy with him that they're racist people,” Lee said of Obama’s critics. “People ain't got jobs, people are hurting. So I don't care what color you are, if people are out of work, it's tough. And then when you're the first African American president, that's not helping either.”
I loved In Living Color growing up. My favorite Men On Film was when they discussed Mo Better Blues and said "Little Spike Lee lets down his hair and says . . ." It wasn't Spike. It was a woman. But it was funny.
And that reminds that Spike Lee's made repeated movies in the last decades and I'm not recalling a positive gay character in any.
Because he's a bigot.
An ugly bigot.
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