Are white people more worried about what they said than people of other races?

It seems alot of white people are more worried about what they and their people say than people of other races are worried about what they and their people say. In America, we have something called freedom of speech (I know I'm p*****g off liberals here) too many Americans have died defending it too for it to be wasted just because it makes some people cry. Alot of white comedians will censor what they say whereas black and latino comedians will go all out. Isn't that called hypocrisy? Why do people allow themselves to be swayed and peer pressured?

Asked By: - 12/18/2010
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The countless ignorant whites who defend anti-black verbal abuse with "Freedom of Speech": Freedom of Speech refers SOLELY to the U.S. government being banned from throwing people in jail for verbalization of any sort. Freedom of Speech does NOT mean people are allowed to go around saying whatever they want, however... More
Answered By: Equal rights for blacks brotha A - 12/18/2010
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It's the anti-White society we live in.
Answered By: Dugara - 12/18/2010
uh no
Answered By: *I used to love H.E.R.* - 12/18/2010
According to liberals, free speech includes data theft.
Answered By: HEY YOU - 12/18/2010
I totally agree with you! I have noticed that. George Lopez doesn't care about who he pisses off. Where as Adam Sandler will be a little more careful. I do think that white people worry about what they say because they are afraid of offending someone. I believe that they are way more careful because of the past, slaves... More
Answered By: Miss Samantha - 12/18/2010
Maybe the P.C's ones but I know of white ppl who will say whatever they feel around whoever... More
Answered By: Martha Focker the Non-Kitty - 12/18/2010
I dont think so, at my high school white kids used to go around making all the racist comments out loud and if anyone else stood up to them, they'd threaten to kill.
Answered By: Olive the other reindeer - 12/18/2010
Just cause. malcom x....
Answered By: minnie - 12/18/2010
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