Comedian Wayne Brady has grown tired of liberal pundit Bill Maher’s racist caricatures, revealing his angst on the matter during a podcast yesterday. Maher has often complained on his HBO show that President Barack Obama does not act enough like a stereotypical “scary black man,” according to excerpts republished on The Blaze. At least twice when referencing President Obama’s lack of aggressive nature in the White House Maher stated he was behaving like a Wayne Brady figure. The comedian is not laughing at his personality being used to denote the persona of a weak black man.
Brady’s rant against Maher during the podcast interview focused on his extreme dislike for being used a way to “diss” Obama as passive. Brady discussed Maher’s alleged experience with black prostitutes named Ebony, Fox, Cocoa and Fancy, formerly known as Tyrique. The hired sex worker comments during Brady’s podcast may have been meant as a jesting dig at Maher or offered as fact, the statements will inevitably be left to the interpretation of listeners.
“If he once said I want to know how black Wayne Brady is – that chip on my shoulder says that rarely do you threaten a man and you should not fear anyone. Now, I’m not saying I’m Billy Badass, but if bill Maher has his perception of what’s black wrapped up, I would gladly slap the shit out of Mill Maher in the middle of the street, and then I want to see what Bill Maher would do. Now, Bill Maher would call the cops and he would have his lawyer – I’d get sued and lose my house and it’s not worth it for me, but the black man part of me would be so satisfied to slap the shit out of him,” Brady said during the podcast.
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Keith Judd, federal prisoner and presidential candidate
An incarcerated 53-year-old man is beating President Barack Obama in eight West Virginia counties following the state’s Democratic Presidential Primary Tuesday, according to the latest figures from the West Virginia secretary of state.
Keith Judd, who is currently serving a 210-month sentence at a correctional facility in Texarkana, Texas for extortion, is trailing the president 42.28% to 57.72% in the state based on the unofficial vote totals, but is leading in eight counties.
Judd only needs 15% of the vote to qualify for at least one delegate at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina this summer, according to The Charleston Gazette. His expected release date is June 24, 2013, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Obama has not had electoral success in West Virginia, a reliably red state in presidential politics. He was crushed by then-Sen. Hillary Clinton in the state’s Democratic presidential primary in May 2008 by a 67% to 26% margin. And he lost the state to Sen. John McCain, the then-Republican presidential nominee, 56% to 43% in the November 2008 general election.
The Mountain State‘s Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and junior Sen. Joe Manchin have also recently distanced themselves from the president ahead of their 2012 elections.
In Tuesday’s election, presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney received nearly 70% of the vote, according to the latest unofficial figures, while former candidate Rick Santorum garnered over 12% support and Rep. Ron Paul captured just over 11% of the vote.
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The continuing high rate of black unemployment is, in part, the result of a sizable and continuing drop in the number of African-Americans employed by state and local governments.
Over the last two years, the economic recovery, while sluggish, has caused a sustained increase in private sector jobs. But, because most states have laws that prevent them from accumulating huge deficits, unlike the federal government, local and state governments have severely pared back their employees as they continue to have funding shortfalls.
Data released Friday showed that while nearly every other sector showed job growth, 15,000 more government jobs were lost.
And blacks have been disproportionately affected; about 20 percent of black workers are in government jobs the federal, state or local level.
In a report this week, the Economic Policy Institute, a Washington think tank, estimated about 177,000 blacks have lost jobs in the public sector over the last five years. (Nearly sixteen million African-Americans are working in the U.S., while more than two million are looking for jobs) Across all races and ethnic groups, more than 450,000 public sector jobs have been lost in just the past two years.
African-Americans have not only lost a major source of work, but a lucrative one. Black Americans earn an average of 12.9 percent less than white workers in the private sector, but “the wage disparity between African Americans and whites is only 2.2 percent” in government jobs,” according to EPI.
In fact, for black public sector workers with a bachelor’s degree or an advanced degree, there is no racial pay gap, according to EPI. The EPI authors argue this pay equity is the result of stronger anti-discrimination protections in the public sector.
But these jobs now aren’t available for many black workers. And the layoffs are continuing, as many states around the country are still struggling to pay their bills.
Little help is likely to come from Washington. The 2009 stimulus bill President Obama championed included billions in aid to states to prevent the layoffs of teachers, police officers and other public service workers, thousands of whom are black.
But that provision has become the centerpiece of the Republicans’ case against President Obama as a champion of big government. Obama was able to get a much smaller stimulus-style bill through Congress in 2010, but a larger job creation bill that has been pushed for the last several months is barely being considered by congressional Republicans.
The 13 percent jobless rate for blacks in April, while a dip from March, virtually guarantees the first black president will stand for reelection while at least one of every 10 eligible, working-age African-Americans is jobless. And the lack of government jobs and work overall is not the only major economic challenge for African-Americans.
“Forget the smiling faces on television citing the latest hopeful economic statistics. Forget the assurances of self-styled black intellectuals that we are in some sort of marvelous post-racial era in which anybody can realize his or her dreams,” wrote former New York Times op-ed columnist Bob Herbert in a recent piece in the American Prospect.
“The black community is shouldering its way through an economic calamity. More than a quarter of all black Americans are poor, as are more than a third of all black children. Doors of economic opportunity–in the workforce, in access to higher education, and elsewhere — are slamming shut at a breathtaking rate.”
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