Sheila Jackson Lee on ‘Racist’ hurricane names while breast milk and strippers don’t mix

Sure, I was going to talk about the continued chaos of vacation and how it gives us the opportunity to waste even more of our “precious” time.

Aside from the wonderful moments with the family, I managed to catch an old favorite “The Original Kings of Comedy” (the real launch pad of Bernie Mac’s career) and suffered through the dreaded Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever. I have nothing nice to say, just don’t bother.

Well, I planned to elaborate – banter about the distractions that we expose ourselves too, but alas, I cannot.

No, not with some of the latest topics in the news. I know it is abnormal fodder for my column, but indulge me. I have to raise children in this deteriorating society.

No, it doesn’t surprise me that Joey will lead a spin-off from “Friends” or Ruben is suing to maintain copyright of those “205” shirts.

No, this is about “Hurricane Jamal.” Yeah, I said it – Jamal. Or Keisha, whatever.

Rep. Sheila Jackson, a Democrat from Texas, is leading the charge that hurricane names are “too white” and “should represent all races.”

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee during debate of the impeachment of President Bush in 2008  photo/YouTube

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee during debate of the impeachment of President Bush in 2008 photo/YouTube

Okay. In case anyone doubted that politicians have nothing more than personal agendas, now you know.

No, she’s not joking.

Anyone want to know why racism topics even keep coming up? This is why! Does she have any real issues in Texas? I guess there’s nothing better to do than to protest naming these storms “Andrew” and “Wanda.”

Hell, I am moving to Texas. It must be a blissful, wonderful place to live.

Texas is finally out of the Top Ten in all of the major categories of crime. Okay, so they’re not in the Top 20 for Public Education, they are a top state for higher learning (i.e. Bachelor’s or Master’s Degrees). That’s something to brag about.

But maybe she’s right.

Hurricane Jamal, hmmm, that’ll sound nice as it pummels South Florida. Aerial shots of suburban neighborhoods destroyed by “Hurricane DeShaun” and people losing their homes to “Hurricane Boomkeisha” (trust me, it’s on the list) – that’s just what we need to improve our race relations.

Thanks Ms. Jackson, I’d never have thought of that.

Meanwhile, in Michigan, we have another strip club incident (I can’t call it an accident) involving a patron and a dancer.

According to reports, David Buhler was enjoying the classy entertainment of the School House with a lap dance, who asked him if he wanted any of this. She then squeezed her breast, squirting him with a “milky substance.”

I’ll stop there.

The manager offered free passes, the police came, Buhler went to the hospital – (footnote to Seinfeld) yada, yada, yada. Doctors report that he appears to be in no imminent danger from her breast excretions (her named was revealed to be Kasey Ann Colvin).

Okay, so what disturbs you?

First off: Kasey? How many strippers are named Kasey? I thought they were all had to had elaborate mystical names like Destiny or Crystal.

Why didn’t Buhler know better?

Visiting a strip club is like seeing the killer whale at Sea World, if you cross the blue line you are in the splash zone — dude, get some goggles.

Lastly, he said no to passes to return? What kind of policy is this?

I know they hand out passes at the movie theater if the film breaks, but at a strip club. Are there free lap dance vouchers too?

Maybe, the latest “Freakshow” on FOX isn’t so bad after all. How many things can you pull out of someone, oh yeah, 101 – thanks FOX.

Originally posted, transferred from Crazedfanboy.com


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