Friday, July 11, 2008

Jackson Hopes Comments Will Distract Media From “That Hooker I Killed”

New York, NY – “Sometimes you say stupid things because you weren’t thinking,” said an apologetic Rev. Jesse Jackson. His apologies were in regard to comments he made about Presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama when he thought his microphone was off.

Earlier this week, Jackson was asked to explain the motivation behind his comments.

“I spoke inappropriately. God, I hope this keeps them from finding that hooker I killed. I just believe that Senator Obama is getting more credit than he deserves. That b***h totally deserved it, threaten to go to the media, you see where blackmail gets you. He ran the last lap of a 54 year race.”

Many have suggested that Jackson’s comments were fueled by jealousy, as he has twice failed to attain the presidential nomination.

“I’m not a jealous man,” explained Jackson. “My concerns with Senator Obama are not personal. I’m gonna go pick up a hooker as soon as the interview is over. The truth is, I just wasn’t thinking. I’ll probably kill her too, b***hes. I don’t intend to let it happen again.”

Jackson was shortly thereafter made aware of the fact that his microphone had been continuously on during the interview.