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The creator of the infamous bumper sticker that reads “Don’t Re-Nig” has spoken out as if she did something noble! Forbes landed an interview with Paula Smith who seems over-elated about her contribution to the 2012 presidency campaign. She does not believe the bumper sticker is racist. “I do find it amazing and entertaining that one of our stickers has become a racist thing,” said Ms. Smith.

The Forbes writer then said her if she thought the word “n***er is a bad word?” “No,” she responded, ” because I don’t use it. I have kids here around me that are black kids. I call them my own kids. I’ve helped black families…to guide them in the right direction. Paintball is one of these things. We like to laugh and have a good time. That’s our way of life.”

“According to the dictionary [the N word] does not mean black. It means a low down, lazy, sorry, low down person. That’s what the N word means,” she continued.

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