It's not the vile, obscene, disgusting words uttered by Wayne "Dog" Chapman in a "private" phone conversation with his son, it's that someone was able to tape record the call and blast it to the world.
Chapman is a walking, talking dictionary of obscenity as well as a Bible-thumping hypocrite. Not that there isn't a bit of the hypocrite in all of us.
This man, who is possibly the king of white trailer park trash, has an extremely popular and successful show on A & E, which doesn't have to follow FCC rules, says a lot about the American mentality and lust for the absurd in televised entertainment.
After Chapman the "Bounty Hunter" gits his man he Biblically lectures him or her on how to mend his wayward ways. In the same breath he liberally sprinkles every sentence he utters with obscenities and/or the gross, racist "N" word.
Chapman is probably rubber-room-qualified for his basackwards reasoning to his son in a phone conversation taped by someone, sent to the "National Enquirer" and now broadcast to the world.
My favorite morning guy played a ranting excerpt that was laced with bleeped expletives. This man, Chapman, can't say three words without throwing in gratuitous "F" bombs or other bleepables.
Chapman's taped insane rambling reasons for wanting his son to break up with his black girlfriend went something like this: Your girlfriend is black. I use the "N" word all the time. I will not tolerate anyone interpreting that as racist. I'm making too much money and having to much success. I will not have it be used to take that and my TV show away from me. I'm not an F-ing, N-hating' racist.
Ergo: You must break up with you "N" girlfriend to preserve my rep, my bank account, my TV show.
There are no words to describe how disgusting his base use of the English language is, or the fact that there no reason in the world to use the "N" word...EVER!
As abhorrent as Dog and his words are, it's even more vile that our most cherished right, PRIVACY, is DEAD!!!
Spying on us has become an obscene art, just as "Don't Tread On Me" has become extinct. The current powers that be are trampling on all of us. No one, no matter what position in life they occupy, is safe.
Those "powers that be" don't yet realize that they are every bit as vulnerable to the will of the "more powerful powers that be" as we peons are.
How dare someone record a private conversation between a father and son, not matter how vile that discussion is and then release it to the world? What part of "private" in "private conversation" don't they understand?
Since the phone call was probably made on cell phones or wireless phones of some variety, it's easy to forget that those calls go out over radio waves, and with that electronic convenience any right to privacy goes out the window.
Even I forget. But that doesn't excuse others from tapping into private cell phone calls to give out to anyone they want.
The question of who taped the call and leaked it to the "Inquirer" looms large. In a bit of gross speculation, it could have come from the son, who was so pissed at his dad, he did it in an act of familial retribution.