NOTE: A winter snow storm knocked out power and forced SBPDL to enjoy the snow yesterday. Delayed posts will be coming later today!
Tiger Woods, everyone's favorite Black PGA golfer, had this to say about the historic election of Mein Obama.
Tiger Woods is a Black guy. He is a great golfer, but he doesn't represent the true aspect of the game: being a sportsmen and a gentlemen (neither does John Daly).
Take a look at this interview with MSNBC where Tiger Woods has a virtual orgasm over the election of Mein Obama:
Tiger Woods is a Black guy. White people liked Tiger Woods because he didn't represent a physical threat to them in the clubhouse. He tried desperately to be a white guy, as he acted white and was the token Black at nearly every golf course he went to in America.
"I think it's absolutely incredible," Woods told CNBC. "He represents America. He's multiracial. I was hoping it would happen in my lifetime. My father was hoping it would happen in his lifetime, but he didn't get to see it. I'm lucky enough to have seen a person of color in the White House."
When asked by the cable news outlet how his father Earl would have reacted to Obama's election as the 44th President of the United States, Woods didn't hesitate.
"He would have cried. Absolutely. No doubt about it."
Stuff Black People Don't Like has no problem pointing this out, although many Black people our shocked by Tiger's indiscretions:
For all the love Tiger showered Mein Obama with when he elected president of failing nation, he sure doesn't have the same love for his "colored" women, as Tiger has the eye; the eye of the Tiger.
"Amid all the headlines generated by Tiger Woods' troubles — the puzzling car accident, the suggestions of marital turmoil and multiple mistresses — little attention has been given to the race of the women linked with the world's greatest golfer. Except in the black community.
When three white women were said to be romantically involved with Woods in addition to his blonde, Swedish wife, blogs, airwaves and barbershops started humming, and Woods' already tenuous standing among many blacks took a beating.
On the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner radio show, Woods was the butt of jokes all week.
"Thankfully, Tiger, you didn't marry a black woman. Because if a sister caught you running around with a bunch of white hoochie-mamas," one parody suggests in song, she would have castrated him.
"The Grinch's Theme Song" didn't stop there: "The question everyone in America wants to ask you is, how many white women does one brother waaant?"
As one blogger, Robert Paul Reyes, wrote: "If Tiger Woods had cheated on his gorgeous white wife with black women, the golfing great's accident would have been barely a blip in the blogosphere."
This quote is important for all to understand the monolithic view that Black people have of race (and an extremely healthy one at that):
"There is a call for loyalty that is stronger in some ways than in other racial communities," said the author of the study, George Yancey, a sociology professor at the University of North Texas and author of the book "Just Don't Marry One."Remember, SBPDL continues to be on the cutting edge of nearly every major story in America, for when you look at any news story through the prism of race, truths appear that some call hateful. We just call them facts.
The color of one's companion has long been a major measure of "blackness" — which is a big reason why the biracial Barack Obama was able to fend off early questions about his black authenticity.
"Had Barack had a white wife, I would have thought twice about voting for him," Johnson Cooper said.