Did Morgan Freeman accidentally get a script called Driving Miss Garofalo? Because his ideas certainly mimic those of the Garofalo, the racist Hollyweirdo hack who believes she’s so powerful she needs to protect a black man who could issue an executive order to have her killed…with no repercussions.
In recent comments, Freeman revived his role of South African slave Giel Peet in The Power of One. When asked by Piers Morgan,
“Has Obama helped the process of eradicating racism, or has it in a strange way made it worse?”
“Made it worse. Made it worse. Look at, look, the Tea Partiers, who are controlling the Republican Party…”
Freeman is right, but for the wrong reason. Racism is definitely much worse in America, worse than it has been since the 1960’s, and perhaps even worse than in the 1860’s. Racism is worse, because of Obama and idiots like Freeman.
To think otherwise would make you a sufferer of Shawshank Syndrome:
The condition one gets when one plays a prisoner named Red who happens to be black, stuck in a white man’s jail, waiting to be freed by a white friend who moved to Mexico.
Freeman openly supported Obama in 2008, so it’s not unusual that he would continue to support the man for a while. But after witnessing what has been happening in politics for decades, Freeman should be thanking the Tea Party movement.
Furthermore, look at all that America has gone through under Obama; you’d think that reality would set in, and Freeman would take an objective view of Obama’s record.
Playing the role of Principal Joe Clark Lean on Me, Freeman recognized the devastation at East Side High. Does Freeman need a script to realize what’s happening in real life? If Obama had been principal of East Side High School, it would now be called East Side Supermax Prison.
Freeman goes on to say:
“Their (Tea Party) stated policy, publicly stated, is to do whatever it takes to see to it that Obama only serves one term. What’s, what does that, what underlines that? Screw the country. We’re going to whatever we do to get this black man, we can, we’re going to do whatever we can to get this black man outta here. …..It’s a racist thing. (emphasis added)”
Screw the country? No thank you. I will not date anybody whom Obama has already screwed.
What Freeman needs is to be treated like a black Conservative—uppity blacks, to Liberals—dispatch a posse and give a beating.
In the movie Unforgiven, Freeman’s character Ned Logan gets caught by a posse, after the cowboys who “cut up that prostitute” are killed. The posse brings Logan to Little Bill, the town sheriff played by Gene Hackman who decided to interrogate Logan.
After a bit of friendly persuasion, Logan admitted to being one of the assassins; however he was reluctant to give up the others. Little Bill whips Logan until he finally talks.
Life should imitate art, and we send a posse to catch Freeman. Then we will get Herman Cain or Allen West to give him a whippin’ to make him give up them others. I suspect after a few licks, Freeman might divulge that Garofalo has her hand in this. “Straight up racism.”
Here’s an idea. Maybe Hollywood needs to make a movie about a black president named Herman Cain, so Freeman will know how a real black president would handle things?
Freeman missed the chance to reconstruct his role as President Tom Beck from the movie Deep Impact, where the world is saved from a six-mile wide asteroid.
Eventually the asteroid is split into two pieces, the larger Earth-destroying larger piece missing the planet, leaving the smaller, less catastrophic piece to hit.
Obama is that big destructive asteroid headed to Earth, about to create an “extinction level event” that will not only destroy America, but the entire world. The Tea Party is attempting to split Obama into two pieces, and get the big chunk—a second term for Obama—to avoid earth. There is nothing we can do about the little chunk represented by Obama’s highly destructive first term. We will know on Nov 6, 2012 if the bigger chunk has avoided destroying the planet, no thanks to Freeman.
Freeman doesn’t realize that the Tea Party is his “Andy Dufresne,” his best friend at Shawshank, teaching him how to be truly free. The Tea Party has sent Freeman a letter with instructions on where we left him money in the can under the obsidian rock by the crumbling rock wall. If Freeman wants true freedom from the bondage of his mind, he will take the Tea Party up on our offer to meet us in Zihuatanejo.
Without our lifeline, Freeman might as well change his name to Morgan Slaveman.
That’s my rant!
© 2011 – Kevin Jackson – The Black Sphere, LLC – All Rights Reserved
 Morgan Freeman, September 23, 2011, CNN interview with Piers Morgan.