Monday, February 18, 2008

They can't do Anything to Me, I don't Work for Them...

'Nuff said Sir Charles:



One more respectable Negro joins our fray.

4 comments:

elle said...

If we had more celebrities running for office,the problem of teenaged voter apathy would be vanquished.

James said...

Sir Charles may be respectable, I hear he is a good guy but often times comes across as a clown. I am not respectable but there is hope.I am glad Charles id running away from the republicans he once loved. as far as being governor, Barack is showing any thing is possible. Thanks for visiting blackinbusiness.org

Elisheba said...

I met Charles Barkely once. He refused to take pictures with any of the black girls and gave this sorry reason that his publicist wouldn't let him. When the black girls walked away (they weren't ugly or anything and very nice) Three white girls walked up and asked to take a picture with him and Barkley happily replied "SURE!" He is just talking for the camera. From what I saw ( i was working at the place he was in and was standing near him all night) he was just another negro who forgot where he came from. Thats is a main part of why black people cannot come up. We don't care about or respect each other.

M.Kam said...

Well....I can only go by what I just saw...and all I got to say is Go Ahead Charles!