WASILLA, ALASKA -- Regarding Boondocks:
This cartoonist is clearly an angry black man, and his toons featuring "niggah" (repeated boondock dialogue)is self-defeating to equality.
In fact, has CN Management reviewed Adult Swim lately? Futurama and Family Guy are great, that's the only reason I tune in, but have you people actually watched Boondocks or "Tom goes to the Mayor"? These programs are THE worst programming I have ever seen, there is absolutely zero entertainment value involved in either of these programs.
Another thing that disturbs me is the evident political messages that Adult Swim espouses between commercials - if you are a admitted Liberal network, then proudly do it. You'll lose a large base of viewers, including myself, but at least you'll be honest - and I think anyone can respect a political position, whether or not they agree with it.
I will honestly say that I have been offended by deliberate political messages on Adult Swim. Right or wrong, I have been.
At 36 I think my attitude towards your programming seems bizarre; it seems to me that I am the old man railing against society - but I have discussed this with other electricians on the job and find that my view is completely normal - it's not just me, Boondocks is a prejudiced program that does nothing to promote equality or promote minorities to equality.
"Can't blame this on the white man!" "Damn, Nigga!"
These are phrases I just heard as I was typing this on
Boondocks. Real nice.
Please, Cartoon Network, show some leadership and stop this racial divisiveness that you are espousing. I allow my children to view your network during the day, and I enjoy catching Futurama and the occasional Family Guy during the weeknights.
I enjoy "Edgy" viewing, but there are limits. Boondocks and the political comments displayed on your Network during Adult Swim are clearly out of line and should be reined in - not all of your viewers appreciate it.