Skip to comments.What Hillary Clinton did after seeing ‘Black Panther’ is offending black Americans
Posted on 03/04/2018 11:08:35 AM PST by MarvinStinson
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I remember that Saturday Night Live skit
Back when SNL was funny!
Funny you mention H Pylori. I just finished the two week treatment of heavy doses of two antibiotics plus a PPI antacid. I think Ive suffered about two decades with constant GI complaints to my doc. I finally did my own research and insisted on the stool test which came back positive. I feel like a new man!
She didn't give Bill's last name. Maybe she saw the movie with Bill Maher, or Bill Richardson, or Bill Cosby.
The Clintons’ era in the Democratic Party may be limited....
Unless Hillary runs again in 2020.......
She will keep running until she wins- even if they have to drag her decaying corpse out in the year 2050
The super hero predates the racist group by 6 months.
You’re right - anti-black, anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic...
Perhaps that is the very way how blacks have felt for treated for some time?
Ding ding ding ding. We have a winner!
The real Katherine could pass for white. A lot of the scenes in the movie never happened.
Saw BP this weekend. It was a great film. But the plot line and story was the same as lion king.
Actually a sane, normal comment to me. And coming from her, that is something.
It’s disgusting that even thought so many of her supporters know she is thoroughly rotten, they don’t care.
Finally saw black panther ... good movie, but probably I was a victim of too much hype.
I think all this “celebration of black culture” is liberals projecting their values on the movie. It primarily is an action and adventure movie, not a political one.
In fact the deep political thrust is not about race relations at all.
The struggle in the minds of Wakandans is whether to keep hidden and keep to themselves (nationalism, populism) or to share their technological prowess with the rest of the world (globalism). Whether this is accidental because it is featured in the comics or intentional I don’t know. But clearly the writers are coming down on the side of rejecting populism. If there was any heavy hitting political theme that is the theme I saw.
The race stuff was kind of clumsy, and I was never totally sure what the antagonist was getting at....did he feel that because the king shared his skin color, that Wakandans should have interfered when slavery was an issue in the US Republic?
You actually admit you went to see that crap?
Ha ha. Well, my girls wanted to see it. It wasn’t that bad.
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