Jamaican track team? Are you serious? So when the IOC surprise tested Asafa Powell three times in five days (including the middle of the night causing him to lose valuable sleep) were they covering up his results?
I am so glad that Usain Bolt called out this bad anthem singing, hater. When you, (yes you, we know what happened before Seoul) Flo- Jo, Marion Jones, Tim Montgomery, and a bunch of other American athletes were doping, I am sure that you didn't hear Bert Cameron, Ray Stewart, and Merlene Ottey complaining.
Sadly, some of you Negroes always seem to want company at the bottom of the barrel.
Finally, I am here to tell my Sikh friends that they are not alone. I know that Mitt Romney kept referring to them as "sheiks", but this is what republicans do with groups of people that they don't really care about or understand.
"blah" people, and they have a few choice names for other groups as well. Indians, for instance, are considered "Macacas".
Still, you would think that the guy running for president would at least try to do his homework and pronounce the name of a major religious group correctly.
"I was in Chicago earlier today," Romney said to about 280 supporters at a fundraiser in West Des Moines, Iowa. "We had a moment of silence in honor of the people who lost their lives at that sheik temple. I noted that it was a tragedy for many, many reasons. Among them are the fact that people, the sheik people are among the most peaceable and loving individuals you can imagine, as is their faith. And of course, the person who carried out this heinous act was a person motivated by racial hatred and religious intolerance." [Source]
"Glad you want to call out the person who committed this "heinous act" Mitt, but it would help to be able to pronounce the name of the people you are praying for.
When asked about the comments, Romney spokesman Rick Gorka insisted that the mix-up was a mispronunciation.
"He misspoke," Gorka said, according to the pool report. "He mispronounced similar sounding words. He was clearly referring to the tragedy in Wisconsin."
SIKH and SH-IEK. That's SHHHHH-IEK. Sorry Rick, they might sound similar, but it would be very hard to mix up the pronouncements. That is, of course, if you cared.