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Phil Hendrie sets things straight regarding the government stimulus editorial cartoon. Hendrie feels concerned that we cannot have any Jack Hanna type guests on talk shows now, particularly if there is a State of the Union address the same evening. Hendrie has said flat out that Gergen looks like an elbino chimp.
You can catch up on the NY Post cartoon controversy by reading my original blog on it: www.huffingtonpost.com Or watching our original MSNBC appearance on this topic: www.youtube.com Or reading Baratunde's post on it at jackandjillpolitics.com: www.jackandjillpolitics.com You can watch Part I of this conversation with Baratunde here: www.youtube.com You can catch all of our other clips at www.theyoungturks.com
New York Post cartoon depicts two cops killing a chimp. The cartoon reads, They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill. This racially motivated cartoon published in Rupert Murdoch's newspaper the New York Post, is not only wrong but sending the message that it is ok for cops, (the law) to kill President Barack Obama. This is the same nut job who owns Fox News. The same channel who wanted Sarah Palin to be our vice president. You think our economy is in rough shape now? Just imagine if the puppets who control our print media and our television networks still controlled our government. Tell businesses that advertise in the New York Post that you won't support their business if they continue to support the New York Post. www.nypost.com
New York Post Protest (Agenda to encourage members of the community to boycott such a paper, by refusing to purchase it and refuse to support its advertisers! Protest takes place downtown newark at Broad & Market. On Wednesday February 18th the NY Post published a cartoon that depicted a monkey whom was just shot by two white officers with two bullet holes in his chest, blood spilling from his body & tongue hanging from his mouth and the caption stated "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus Bill" Truth 2 Power
Was the cartoon racist? It was offensive, there's no doubt about that. Yeah, the cartoonist should be fired. Either he was too stupid to know that his cartoon would be taken offensively, or he was being racist. In either case, he's not fit to be working for the NY Post.
Is this Cartoon Racist? Maybe..you be the judge. What was the New York Post thinking? This is craziness..
Chimp cartoon controversy : After criticism, the New York Post apologizes -- sort of. cnn's Susan Candiotti reports. Story Highlights: -NAACP threatens to protest paper and Fox television affiliates if cartoonist is not fired -Group also calls for the cartoonist's editor to be fired -The drawing, which lampoons federal stimulus bill, has drawn charges of racism -Post offers qualified apology accusing some of jumping at chance to attack the paper
Americas Bright Day of Justice? We are at another crossroad. We can choose to embrace justice and brotherhood or continue crippling ourselves with the ignorance of racism. We fool ourselves when we ignore the bigotry that is clearly alive and thriving in our society This song concerns the torturous path of African Americans from abduction and slavery through the struggle for civil rights and to the systemic racism we see today. New York Post, Sean Delonas and Col Allen take heed. The legacy you pursue is poison. Martin Luther King spoke of this thousand mile journey. This song mocks the openly racist policies of the government that allowed the FBI to label Martin Luther King as the most dangerous negro in the nation. Original song from Jungle Of Cites. (Tim Wais, Rich Harrington, Adam Spiegel, Paul Chen and Kimi Carpenter) contact Jungle of Cities at www.jungleofcites.com or email@example.com
A cartoon likening President Barack Obama, with a rabid chimpanzee graced the pages of the New York Post on Wednesday. The drawing, from famed cartoonist Sean Delonas, is rife with violent imagery and racial undertones. In it, two befuddled-looking police officers holding guns look over the dead and bleeding chimpanzee that attacked a woman in Stamford, Connecticut.
Theres no way you cant draw a racial reference here! What does a chimpanzee have to do with the stimuli bill and the President? -Al Sharpton (CNN) The Reverend Al Sharpton gives MSNBC his response to this cartoon from the New York Post. The cartoon depicts two police officers standing over a dead chimpanzee, saying, They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill. Hello, Im Charlotte Bellis, and youre watching Newsy.com. www.newsy.com The cartoon is sparking global criticism for being racist and offensive to US President Barack Obama, the countrys first African American president. Were bringing you perspectives from MSNBC, The New York Post, CNN, Black Star News, and more. Heres MSNBC, who brings us New York Congressman Gregory Meeks reaction Historically here in America they have always tried to equate chimpanzees with African Americans. I think its absolutely offensive and I think the editors of the New York Post and the cartoon artist have a lot of explaining to do. -Congressman Gregory Meeks (MSNBC) And explain they did. Black Star News brings us the New York Post cartoonists defense: "Do you really think I'm saying Obama should be shot? I didn't see that in the cartoon. The chimpanzee was a major story in the Post. Every paper in New York covered the chimpanzee story. It's just ridiculous. It's about the economic stimulus bill. -Cartoonist Sean Delonas (Black Star News) The uks Times Online reports protestors gathered outside the New York Posts ...
The Rev. Al Sharpton and protestors rally at the New York Post headquarters against a cartoon by longtime Post cartoonist Sean Delonas that they felt was racist.
The newspaper came under fire Wednesday after a cartoon was published that critics said links President Barack Obama to a raging chimpanzee shot dead by police in Connecticut. But the newspaper also said the image was exploited by its longtime antagonists
Contact the NY Post and let them know that you are not happy with the racist overtone in the political cartoon created by Sean Delonas which they published in their newspapers. yourblackworld.com
NEW YORK (CNN) -- A New York Post cartoon Wednesday drew fire from civil rights activist Al Sharpton and others who say the drawing invokes historically racist images in suggesting an ape wrote President Barack Obama's economic stimulus package. Al Sharpton says he wonders whether the cartoon "is making a less-than-casual inference" to a form of racism. Al Sharpton says he wonders whether the cartoon "is making a less-than-casual inference" to a form of racism. The artist, Sean Delonas, called Sharpton's reaction "ridiculous," and the newspaper defended its decision to run his cartoon. But other African-American leaders joined Sharpton, who has been the butt of previous Delonas panels, in attacking what they called the cartoon's racial overtones. "Sean Delonas' cartoon in today's New York Post is insensitive and offensive," National Urban League President Marc Morial said in a statement issued Wednesday afternoon. "Comparing President Obama and his effort to revive the economy in a manner that depicts violence and racist inferences is unacceptable." The cartoon showed two police officers standing over the body of a chimpanzee they just shot, a reference to this week's mauling of a Connecticut woman by a pet chimp, which police killed after the attack. In the cartoon, one of the officers tells the other, "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." New York Post: See cartoon The nearly $800 billion stimulus package was the priority for Obama, the ...
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NEW YORK - The New York Post is standing behind a cartoon that some have interpreted as comparing President Barack Obama to a violent chimpanzee gunned down by police. The cartoon in Wednesday's Post by Sean Delonas shows two police officers standing over the body of a bullet-riddled chimp. One of the officers says the other, "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill."
If the stimulus bill was "shot down" or failed, the cartoon would at least make sense - as cartoon parodies go in trying to link two separate news stories. Since the stimulus bill passed, it's obviously saying someone should be shot only because the cartoon author didn't want to see a stimulus bill passed. 2/18/09 NY Post cartoon seems to link Obama to dead chimp By KAREN MATTHEWS NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Post is standing behind a cartoon that some have interpreted as comparing President Barack Obama to a violent chimpanzee gunned down by police. The cartoon in Wednesday's Post by Sean Delonas shows two police officers standing over the body of a bullet-riddled chimp. One of the officers says the other, "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." Civil rights activist Al Sharpton called the cartoon "troubling at best given the historic racist attacks of African-Americans as being synonymous with monkeys." But Sharpton said the Post should clarify the point it was trying to make with the cartoon, which was playing off Monday's rampage by a pet chimpanzee in Stamford, Conn., that left a woman severely mauled. Police ended up killing the chimp. In a statement, Post Editor-in-Chief Col Allan said: "The cartoon is a clear parody of a current news event, to wit the shooting of a violent chimpanzee in Connecticut. It broadly mocks Washington's efforts to revive the economy. Again, Al Sharpton reveals himself as nothing more than a publicity ...
A cartoon likening the author of the stimulus bill, perhaps President Barack Obama, with a rabid chimpanzee graced the pages of the New York Post on Wednesday. The drawing, from famed cartoonist Sean Delonas, is rife with violent imagery and racial undertones. In it, two befuddled-looking police officers holding guns look over the dead and bleeding chimpanzee that attacked a woman in Stamford, Connecticut. "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill," reads the caption. An email to Delonas and a call to the New York Post went unreturned. The cartoon appears both on the New York Post website and page 12 of the Wednesday paper. At its most benign, the cartoon suggests that the stimulus bill was so bad, monkeys may as well have written it. Others believe it compares the president to a rabid chimp. Either way, the incorporation of violence and (on a darker level) race into politics is bound to be controversial. Perhaps that's what Delonas wanted. Here's the full statement by Col Allan, editor-in-chief of the Post: "The cartoon is a clear parody of a current news event, to wit the shooting of a violent chimpanzee in Connecticut. It broadly mocks Washington's efforts to revive the economy. Again, Al Sharpton reveals himself as nothing more than a publicity opportunist."
... In more Travis-the-killer-chimp-related news, today's Post runs a Sean Delonas cartoon of a chimp shot by cops, one of whom says, "They're have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." Get it? Reverend Al Sharpton thinks he does: he calls...
...that appears to link President Obama to a violent chimpanzee is "troubling at best." The cartoon in Wednesday's Post by Sean Delonas shows a dead chimp and two police officers, one with a smoking gun. The caption reads, "They'll have to find someone else to...
You I Am Music: www.youtube.com *PLEASE COMMENT/RATE/SUBSCRIBE* The instrumental for this song belongs to the group Cyne from the song First Person. Heres the lyrics I wrote to it, hope you enjoy! Comment, Rate, Sub. Verse 1: I was only nine, just a little boy, cold, sat wondering, where the fuck the world would ever go. The way that I see it, is that life is like words, and the people are like jokes, Got a theory that I wrote, live your own life just dont be crushin my hope, I got issues in boat, cuz it stays stuck, floatin in the same damn moat, and there aint no way out and so around and around in these circles I go. And even though its sinking, the one thing I know, is that through the dark stages of my life I grow and that my hip-hop will keep my heart afloat. So I ride the melody, grab my mic and row, Verse 2: Motivational teacher flowin by speakers of ether, Inspirational leader, flooded by masses of people, Educational preacher, forged a rapping career, Metaphysical seeker, waiting his turn to be featured Yo, I used to live life walking constantly backwards, everywhere I got was like ten steps after, can we ever understand what we tryna undermine? Ima rhyme my way till all the worlds been defined. And ima do it even if I gotta do it unsigned. And Ima do it till my minds sick of Nike signs, Love it dont exist no more, and theres still kids fightin for breath in cycles, True rap disciples, but if I come to recognized, the meaning that coincides, as you come inside ...
Episode 31 I go off on Sean Delonas (the fucking jackass that drew the unfunny caricature of Jessica). He is part of what's wrong with America
...illogical.” That’s the cartoon that’s really going to prevail ultimately. G-A-Y Comments Policy Amen. But the question is: Does Sean Delonas know how to draw himself shaking his own fist? Go read the rest of Takei and partner Brad Altman's joint interview...
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...to take action in protesting the Delonis cartoons. "Please contact Colin Myler, Managing Editor for the New York Post, and Sean Delonas, and let them know what you think about their continued reliance on defamatory anti-gay stereotypes," GLAAD wrote their...
...wins in Tuesday's election somehow buoy the spirits of terrorists and just focus on the actual, um, "art" in today's Sean Delonas cartoon: the phallic weaponry isn't actually bad (although, as a recurring obsession of Sean's, you'd think he'd be able to draw...
...the voters be final domino? With all GOP mistake/scandals pushing them into the booth? we need to keep bugging this guy Sean Delonas until he cries and resigns. his cartoons are shit, and his homophobia is vomit-making. "Fake drawer day" tag? You have more...
...breast in Gawker style with one of our tees! Visit the Gawker Shop . After reading this morning's analysis of the latest Sean Delonas crime against art an irate reader sent an e-mail to Delonas expressing his displeasure with the cartoon, its depiction of...