Pot, Meet Kettle

File this one under the perpetually offended.  Sheila Jackson Brown (D- Texas) of Houston, TX, found one of the Super Bowl commercials “demeaning”, in her words.  The commercial which shows a jealous Black woman throwing a Pepsi can at her boyfriend, or husband, and hitting a pretty blond woman jogger.

 

 

The commercial is hilarious, and for once, I actually get what Pepsi is trying to sell, their product.  However, there are these people like Sheila Jackson Brown, democrat perpetual victim, waiting to be offended at the drop of a hat, and to throw out the race card.

“That is why I’m so disappointed with the Pepsi advertisement that showed a demeaning role for African American women, in an ad that showed a can being thrown and being utilized to wound someone else or hit someone else,” she said.

“I think that we can come together in a much better way, sell Pepsi, and as well talk about good nutrition,” she said. “But, frankly, I consider this insulting, and so did many other women of all colors.”

 

Disappointed are you?  Well, maybe you should ask your constituents Ms. Brown.

 

 

Commercials can be provocative and hilarious, like the Super Bowl Pepsi ad was.  Whereas Ms. Brown was completely inappropriate, ignorant, crass, rude, and Demeaning towards a “Woman” voter during a Town-Hall meeting.  Ms. Brown apparently cannot separate the make-believe world from the real-world.  But she can channel her outrage at a soda pop commercial.  Pathetic.

 

 

What’s For Dinner?

 

 

Eating Crow

 

 

 

 

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3 Responses to “Pot, Meet Kettle”

  1. Cap'n Bob Says:

    Imagine the outrage if it had been a white couple and a pretty black jogger.

  2. Kini Says:

    Someone call the Justice Brothers Sharpton and Jackson!

  3. yoda Says:

    Me thinks SJL’s braid is too heavy on her head Kini. No one can say things that dumb…..no wait.


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