Mar 21, 2012

The creator of the infamous 'Don't Re-Nig' bumper sticker, Paula Smith of Hinesville, Ga, actually expects you to believe there is no racist intent behind it. I'm mean seriously what did you expect her to say? Racists and bigots who hide behind bumper stickers will never have the guts to actually admit to your face that they're a racist and a bigot.

Ms. Smith even goes on to use the typical 'some of my best friends are black' excuse to prove she is not a racist:

Ms. Smith then goes on to argue that President Obama is "not even black," but rather, "a mixture of race." When Friedman asks Smith if she thinks the N-Word is offensive or derogatory, she says no, but then claims that she herself does not even use the word.

"I have kids here around me that are black kids. I call them my own kids. I've helped black families…to guide them in the right direction," Smith told Forbes. "We like to laugh and have a good time. That's our way of life."

I mean come on, you can't argue with that. She knows little negro children that she calls her own. There's no possible way she could be racist so please let it go people. There is nothing to see here...SMH!

Ms. Paula Smith I'm going to have to hit your a$$ with the CHILD PLEASE!


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