Sunday, July 29, 2012



"Monday" is a racist word

Can "Black Friday" be far behind?

 A Massachusetts mayor on Thursday fired a white police officer accused of using a racial slur to taunt Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford, saying the officer had "brought discredit" on himself and the department.

"You have demonstrated through your racist comments that you cannot continue as a patrol officer," Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella wrote in his termination notice to officer John Perrault.

"He was criticizing Crawford for being a bad player, not because he was a black man," Sandulli said.

Perrault had been on paid leave since he called Crawford a "Monday" before a July 5 minor league game in Manchester, N.H.

The word can be used as a derogatory term for blacks, and is often associated with Mondays being one of the most-hated days of the week, such as in the common phrase, "I hate Mondays.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

If a white has anything except love for ALL members of a different race, he is obviously a racist.

Anonymous said...

List of words considered racist by the left.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/

More and more the left makes the case that whites should distance themselves from other races. Just don't say anything while you are doing it.

Dean said...

1:36 AM Groan. I actually went to the address you provided before catching on.

I'll leave now (hangs head in shame).

Anonymous said...

Reminder to liberals, if only 38% of whites vote for Obama, then it's because whites are racist. But if 97% of blacks vote for Obama, that's not racist.

Anonymous said...

Asshole mayor....p.c. pos.

Bird of Paradise said...

The stupid mayor needs a swift in in the rear right out of the city

Go Away Bird said...

But GARFIELD hates mondays

Anonymous said...

Seriously? I have NEVER heard the word "Monday" used for..... well anybody. Must be a tightly kept Boston secret

Uno Hu said...

ROFL, I am in my 60's and was raised in the deep South as a descendant of a civil war veteran and slaveholder, with no shame attached to either. I was there for the turbulent '60's, and thought I had heard every perjorative term for members of the Negro race, at least as employed in America. But "Monday", really . . . Monday??? I guess that gives a whole new meaning to the advice never to buy a car whose manufacture date indicates it was built on the first day of the workweek.