Jesse Jackson

NOUN
  1. United States civil rights leader who led a national campaign against racial discrimination and ran for presidential nomination (born in 1941)
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  • Haley Barbour on Monday issued his strongest language yet on … Video: Jesse Jackson rallies with Ohio Teamsters … Report Abuse Union "collective bargaining" is a term straight out of Communist philosophy. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Anyone else think Jesse Jackson Jr is a punk? treeofliberty Kill The Bill. | RedState
  • When I said the word nuts, which is what Jesse Jackson actually did say that we knew at that time, I was not bleeped. CNN Transcript Jul 22, 2008
  • Michelle grew up knowing useful people: she was chummy with Jesse Jackson's daughter and even baby-sat his son when she was a teenager.
  • That's not a question but if you can make one out of it I think it would make for a freakin 'dynamite opportunity to slam Jesse Jackson good. 02/21/2005
  • He was an infant when Jesse Jackson ran for president and during the anti-apartheid mobilizations of the late 1980s.
  • At first the plan backfired -- with Richard Gephardt, Al Gore, and Michael Dukakis dividing the white vote, the surprise beneficiary of the first Super Tuesday was Jesse Jackson -- but it did succeed in cramping the hopes of Carter-style insurgents by denying them time to capitalize on early successes in the small states. The Elite Primary
  • Jesse Jackson descended upon Hollywood to protest the almost total absence of black and minority nominees.
  • Grandmaster Melle Mel was so enamoured of the idea of a black president he recorded Jesse to boost Jesse Jackson's ill-fated run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1984.
  • The Reverend Jesse Jackson apologizing to Senator Barack Obama for making what he calls crude comments that were picked up by a live television microphone. CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2008
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