Sarah Silverman's N-Word Confession

The profane Sarah Silverman was reminded Tuesday about her 2005 "Jesus is Magic" flop panned by critic A.O. Scott of the New York Times. Scott complained about the double standard liberals think they have regarding racism.

Silverman admitted Scott was right, "I agreed with everything he said, and of course that notion that ... well I can say the N-word because I'm liberal, and of course, I don't mean it and we can say it because we know, we don't mean it..."

Remember, Silverman is a clinically depressed, ankle-biting, frothing Obamabot who can't get through life without a big bottle of Zoloft in her purse. 

It would be swell if Silverman would just pandering for pity from the public.  Despite her contention that her liberal membership card entitles her to the free use of the n-word, you know because she 'don't mean it,' reasonable people know that's a load of horseshit.

Remember this gem from a couple of years ago?   'I don't believe in Jesus or God. But I do believe that fundamentalists in religion or anything else are bad, and that they have more hate than love. Jesus' words have become so perverted over time — it's been like a game of telephone. If he existed, Jesus would fuckin' kill himself.'

The Angle is pretty sure Silverman has that one wrong too.

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