Bill Cosby Compares Republicans at State of the Union to Segregationists

Dr. Bill Cosby has never been shy about letting his views be known. He responded to former Florida Rep. Connie Mack (R) who expressed ‘surprise’ at the racial unrest that existed in the 1960s, saying, that attitudes from years ago are still visible today.

Referring to President Obama‘s State of the Union Address, Cosby continued, “To see people sitting down and then there are others [standing and cheering]. I think we have people sitting there who are as bad as the people who were against any kind of desegregation. And then in place of a better America, they want their own sick feelings put across, and it’s — it isn’t — it isn’t a good time, but I think, also on our part as professors and presidents of colleges all over, and in public schools, we need to get the education of the correct history that happened so people can say, ‘Yes, this really did happen.’”

  • Janet:

    Here is what is “brilliant” about you.

    Even though Cosby – a native of Philly can witness that his city in PA has adopted many of the ways of Philadelphia Mississippi – the “Enemy of my Enemy is My Friend” theory works with you so you don’t blast the absurdity of that claim.