Heroes From The 1960’s

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38 Responses to Heroes From The 1960’s

  1. darrylb says:

    Very disappointing about Bill Cosby. I thought he was above it all.
    Yes daveb, the greater the pile of earthly recognition and material, the harder it is to stay on the high road.

  2. Password protected says:

    I recognize Bill, but not the other.

  3. Truthseeker says:

    Waiting for a progressive troll to drive by and scream … “RACIST” …

    In 3 … 2 … 1 …

    • Gail Combs says:

      The sad part is these guys should have served as role models for black children. Too bad they had feet of clay. And now we have Obama ….

  4. B says:

    Somewhere on the intertubes is a documentary by a PI that took on the OJ case. I found his work rather convincing. The jist of it is that OJ’s son committed the murders and OJ did the coverup and took the rap.

    As to Bill Cosby I don’t know. Never paid attention to it but it’s odd that this started happening when Cosby became more vocal against those things which team D politics relies upon. Not when he was a very big name and still working, no, after he’s retired and making commentary on society. That doesn’t make sense unless it’s a ploy so people don’t listen to him.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey B, you may be on to something about Cosby. He has certainly been more than a bit blunt about the root causes of current problems in the black community. It would not be the first time that someone was demonized by false accusations as a way to shut him up.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Shades of Herman Cain

      • daveburton says:

        Not really. Herman Cain was accused of sexual harassment, making women feel uncomfortable. Cosby is accused of forcible rape, of many of different women. That’s a big difference.

    • Steve Case says:

      It isn’t odd, it’s in the Democrat play book. Do you remember what the they did to Clarence Thomas when he was nominated for Supreme Court Justice?

      • Gail Combs says:

        It certainly is in the Democrat play book

        . You can usually find some woman in a guys past who doesn’t like him and is willing to lie for $$$. Also it is the easiest accusation to make and the hardest to prove. Best of all it only works on Republicans and you can count on the Progressive MSM to broadcast it loudly in the case of a Republican or bury it if it is a Democrat like the Kennedys or Clinton.

  5. Scott Scarborough says:

    What happened to Cosby?

  6. SMS says:

    Reverend Al Sharpton should also be pictured based on his ongoing tax evasion problems.

  7. Mark Luhman says:

    Funny we want to take down Bill Crosby for an old sexual impropriety, yet the President that had a string of sexual improprieties is a hero to the left. Oh I forgot that Bill supported the right (ie Leftist) causes, so he had to be innocent or forgiven.

    • daveburton says:

      Unfortunately, it wasn’t just “an old sexual impropriety” (singular). It is numerous accusations, mostly of rape, from over a dozen accusers.

      I don’t think that this many accusers could all be gold-digging liars.

      However, it’s not very similar to the O.J. Simpson case. It’s a lot more like the Bill Clinton case. There are striking similarities between what Cosby did to many these women, and what Clinton did to Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Corbin Jones, Christy Zercher, Kathleen Willey, Carolyn Moffet, Sandra Allen James, etc., except that Cosby often drugged his victims, and it doesn’t appear that Clinton did that.

  8. Replace Bill Cosby with Clarence Thomas, and replace Bill’s accuser with Anita Hill, and it’s history repeating.

    • daveburton says:

      No, it’s not. Anita Hill was a single accuser, with severe credibility problems, and the accusations were of workplace harassment, not rape. In that case, many people knew both the accused and his accuser, and, as far as is known, not one of them believed her over him.

      In Cosby’s case, there are more than a dozen accusers, and the accusations are far more serious. Most of them are of rape, or attempted rape.

  9. Obviously only Bill Cosby and those women know the truth, just like only Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill know the truth.
    But when you don’t report a crime, when you wait years or decades to come forward it does cause a lot of doubt.
    Anita Hill claimed that she came forward because Clarence Thomas was up for an important job. And that due to his behavior he shouldn’t get it. If someone commits a crime against you it’s a crime then, not when they change jobs.
    Bill Cosby was up to create a new show (a new job). And his message in recent years is about blacks having to be responsible for their education and success. Not a very popular message in some circles.
    A good way to keep him on the side lines?

    • Gail Combs says:

      It is purely political.

      The statement released by Mr. Cosby’s attorney over the weekend was not intended to refer in any way to Andrea Constand. As previously reported, differences between Mr. Cosby and Ms. Constand were resolved to the mutual satisfaction of Mr. Cosby and Ms. Constand years ago. Neither Mr. Cosby nor Ms. Constand intends to comment further on the matter.
      http://billcosby.com/

      I am glad he is fighting back and not folding. The black community needs his message.

  10. iurockhead says:

    Moral equivalence implied between the two, Tony? Innocent until proven guilty, I believe, is a principle in our country. Don’t buy into the hype to destroy someone who takes a realistic view of problems in the black community. Cosby may or may not have done what he is accused of, but because of his views, the left believes he must be destroyed.

  11. rah says:

    Well now it seems even more women have come out making allegations and Cosby has had a TV comedy project canceled.

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