These people are caricatures of themselves.
(3) TAYLOR SHERIDAN’S COUSIN, SHERIFF MCNAMARA SINGS RACIST SONG – YouTube
Waco: County’s top lawman rocks state sheriff’s conference (kwtx.com)
This idiot is the man they introduce at the REPUBICAN CLUB as “THE WORLD’S SHERIFF”.
WHEN YOU LOOK UP TAYLOR SHERIDAN on YOUTUBE, YOU GET HIS RACIST COUSIN.
YOU idiots sitting around making new FACEBOOK accounts, all fake looking without imagination, are pissing me off. Guess now that SHERRE’s locked up you have to do shit yourselves. Pity.
If you’re his friend, then talk to him about what a racist is. He’s going to tell you he isn’t one, but he is.
This is cringeworthy and my mission in life is to get this out there.
Now he’s on YOUTUBE singing. Get Chris to make some ugly comments, he’s tired of putting up new FACEBOOK pages to comment on other sites.
This isn’t your grandpa, “there there old man”, this is an elected official.
Why do you think he doesn’t want body cams on his deputies? Because they call people the last word on the #2 most racist song.
Play that funky music WHITE BOY is racist whether you like it or not.
The World’s Sheriff, have you lost your gawddamned minds?
Racists with racist suck ups and enablers.
THE WESLEYAN ARGUS
Top 5 Questionably Racist Songs by Supposedly Progressive Artists
January 30, 2009, by Rob Wohl, Gabe Lezra, Liz Tung, Arts-related Humor department
5. “Guilty (of Being White)” – Minor Threat
The usually bullshit-averse Ian Mackaye tried to justify this song by saying that it was inspired by feeling intimidated growing up as part of Washingston D.C.’s white minority. We have to wonder if he explained that to the gangs of skinheads who showed up to Minor Threat shows after they released this single.
4. “White Riot” – The Clash
Joe Strummer may have meant the line “Black people got problems, but they don’t mind throwin’ a brick” as a compliment. He may have spent too much time around punks.
3. “The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations on a Shaker Hymn)” – Weezer
Ha-fuckin-ha, Rivers Cuomo. You know, uninspired parodies of rappers’ bravado used to be just unfunny and mildly embarrassing for their creator. But their persistence into the 21st century is pretty much unforgivable.
2. “Rock and Roll Nigger” – Patti Smith
1. “Play That Funky Music, White Boy” – Wild Cherry
Reverse racism is not cool, guys! White people know they’re uncool–you don’t have to rub it in.