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OH NO HE DIDN'T: Harry Reid caught telling racist Asian jokes (VIDEO)

The self-proclaimed party of political correctness and inclusion proves once again that they do not live by their own standards. According to a story on, Reid spoke to the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce August 21 and proceeded to rattle off some jokes at his hosts' expense.  

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid apologized Friday for jokes he made about Asians during a luncheon of business leaders in Las Vegas earlier this week. "I don't think you're smarter than anybody else, but you've convinced a lot of us you are," he deadpanned, and responded to the mention of an Asian man's name with "One problem I've had today is keeping my Wongs straight." His comments were videotaped and released on YouTube, as seen below.

While attendees at the event laughed at his comments, Reid later apologized for his remarks in a statement. "My comments were in extremely poor taste and I apologize. Sometimes I say the wrong thing," he said. 

Reid's comments almost didn't see the light of day, as event organizers attempted to censor video recording of Reid's remarks. According to Asian Chamber of Commerce Director James Yu, an unidentified individual showed up to the event with a camera and was warned not to take video. Yu said the individual claimed he would only shoot stills, but that was not the case. "Someone is making an issue out of a nonissue," Yu told The Associated Press. You can watch the video and decide for yourself.

Obama denies he ended Iraq War: here's 16 times when he said he did

The Washington Free Beacon has crafted an epic response to President Obama's claim that he was not responsible for ending the Iraq War. With ISIS currently running rampant, his decision has plunged Iraq into turmoil, and the Free Beacon reminds us all of that.

Cartoon Network's blasphemous 'Black Jesus' triggers backlash

The premiere of the Cartoon Network/Adult Swim comedy "Black Jesus" Thursday night delivered exactly what it promised: a profane show that ridiculed Christ and the Christian faith and perpetuated every negative stereotype the black community has had to endure over the years. In response, the American Family Association (AFA) has asked supporters to complain about the show's content to advertisers, a move that has already caused one company to pull their ads.

"Black Jesus" is the latest series from Aaron McGruder, the creator of the comic strip and animated series "The Boondocks," which itself was a lightning rod of controversy for its frank approach to race. McGruder's new show, set in Compton, California, depicts Jesus returning as a black man to spread the gospel in the "hood." What has angered many Christians, however, is the portrayal of Christ drinking and smoking weed, all while dropping F-bombs and using the Lord's name in vain. The mostly-African American cast has been singled out for reflecting the very worst stereotypes about life in the "hood."

In an interview for, executive producer Robert Eric Wise justified McGruder's depiction of Jesus by saying “What Aaron has done, and I feel this in my heart—he's made Jesus cool. I don't feel judged by this Jesus. I actually want to hang with this Jesus. And I don't have to rush to church and throw on a suit and pray for forgiveness."