Saturday, November 10, 2007

Dog the Bounty Hunter:
Two Fan Reaction Videos

Two fan videos of Dog the Bounty Hunter. The first is a video tribute to the Dog and the second is a fan's answer to the Hannity & Colmes interview that was done earlier this week.

Which one comes closer to your idea of how you feel about he whole Dog the Bounty Hunter controversy?

Let us know in your comments at the end of the story.

So far, support for Duane "Dog" Chapman has been running nearly 90% in favor of the Dog. Check out the links at the end of this if you'd like to go register your support or disapproval on several on-line petitions.

by Mondoreb

Editorial Reaction Round-up
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Beg pardon, but who died and made Al Sharpton president of the Negroes?

Not that Sharpton has ever declared himself as such. But the fact that some regard him as black America's chief executive was driven home for the umpteenth time a few days ago after TV reality show bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman got in trouble for using a certain toxic racial epithet - six letters, starts with "n," rhymes with digger - on the phone with his son.

As you may have heard, Chapman was expressing disapproval of the son's black girlfriend.

"It's not because she's black," he said. "It's because we use the word 'n-----' sometimes here. I'm not going to take a chance ever in life of losing everything I've worked for for 30 years because some f------ n----- heard us say 'n-----' and turned us in to the Enquirer magazine."

Naturally, the son sold a tape of the conversation to the National Enquirer. Which leaves me in the awkward position of simultaneously loathing what Chapman said and pitying him for having raised a rat fink son who would sell out his own father for a few pieces of silver.

Anyway, with his life and career circling the drain, an apologetic Chapman fell back on what is becoming standard operating procedure for celebrities who defame black folk. He contacted Sharpton.

In so doing, he follows the trail blazed by Don Imus, Washington shock jock Doug "Greaseman" Tracht and Michael Richards, who sought out Sharpton (or, alternately, Jesse Jackson) after saying what they wished they had not. They were all, in turn, following the news media, which, whenever a quote on some racial matter is required, turn to the right reverends by reflex.

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