Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, May 8, 2013.
TehLivingDeath: Not surprised one iota.
If he didn't have a criminal record, I would have been more shocked.
Cleveland "Hero" Was A Repeat Domestic Abuser
Charles Ramsey battered his wife, did prison time for three attacks
a poor black guy has a record? shocking.
Did you see the way he was looking at Anderson the other night? Cooper was skerred.
You knew he had previous dealings with the cops the way he reacted to the police siren chirping during his first interview. That sound had him ready to bolt like a rabbit.
When you're a black kid growing up in Cleveland, they hand you a criminal record on your 13th birthday. It's a ghetto bar mitzvah.
Also, if you had gone to the movies with his wife, you'd understand.
The liberal media are already spinning this case. Some criminal Reggie who used to beat women is now a national hero. Charles Ramsey should still be in jail. Now he's a hero and his views on race transcend society. This is hilarious. Here's an actual article from the Washington Post. I can't even make this shit up.....
We could stand to be more like Charles Ramsey
Without question, Charles Ramsey is a character. The man who rescued Amanda Berry from captivity gave an epic television interview yesterday, in which he delivered one of the most brilliant lines ever uttered on national television. “Bro, I knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms,” Ramsey said with a knowing nod and smile. “Something is wrong here. Dead giveaway.”
In one comical comment, Ramsey said a lot about race in America. There was no need for an explanation because we all knew what he was talking about. We all knew what he meant. And, given the nefarious stereotypes of African American men, we all knew there to be more than a kernel of truth to it. Just listen to the knowing laughter around Ramsey in response to his remark.
When I heard him say it, I roared with laughter at his brilliant response and gasped that he had the nerve to say it. Throughout his interviews, Ramsey, a dishwasher at a Cleveland restaurant, has shown a lot of nerve. But he has shown an equal amount of character.
He did a good thing, why can't they let the poor sod have his 15 minutes without trying to knock him down.