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Was the joke funny? Do you find the stereotype of drunken Irishmen funny? Do you agree it's okay to tell jokes about Irish people? If Obama had told the joke, what would your reaction have been?
I think this joke, like his joke about Chelsea Clinton being ugly or about his wife being a c*, is tasteless and inappropriate, especially for a presidential candidate.
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I see Patters did not want to touch Bill Clinton's "Cracker Vote" joke.
That's a staple of an Irish joke ... loosen up. The Irish are great people, they love a good joke ... especially Irish ones.
First, Bill Clinton is not running for anything last time I checked.
Second, I think he was trying to hurt Obama with that comment since whites in FL would not want to think Obams asked Clinton to drum up the cracker vote. Obama did not say anything like that, but Clinton's comment could lead one to thing he may have.
Clinton is kinda like you FBN in some ways...y'a know what I'm say'n?