Bobby Burack, Dan Dakich Talk College Grads vs. Blue-Collar Workers, Stay At Home Wives, Term ‘Racist’

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I joined Dan Dakich’s Don’t @ Me program today on the OutKick digital channels.

During the discussion, I defended Cam Newton for saying that he wants his woman to learn how to cook and let her man work:

Dakich and I agreed that while society sells college as a must, it’s not. Blue-collar workers, not gender studies majors, are in-demand.

Trucking companies don’t promote and demote you based on your skin color either. Those jobs do still exist.”

We also discussed the following:

— “Don’t Say Gay.”

— How nutty Keith Olbermann is.

— Not letting Twitter mislead you.

— How I handle angry tweets.

— Why no one watches CNN+.

— The fading meaning of the word “racist.”

Listen and watch the full conversation below:


Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.


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  1. God Bless KimmyCat for staying home with our kids…

    I came home from work one day and my bride-turned-new mom was not dressed for work… she was in the floor playing with our 6-week old daughter; she had turned in her 2-week notice the day before and they had called earlier that day and fired her. Her FEMALE boss fired her for wanting to be a mom. She would “stay home” until our youngest started 1st grade, then only worked during school hours.

    My salary was good enough to pay the mortgage and the payment on HER car. I was floored. I knew we’d go broke. She had decided — in some maternal, majestic moment — that being “MOM” was more important than being “Assistant Manager.”

    We struggled for a few months, but I worked more hours. I got better than my colleagues at the job; I had no choice. I started getting commission checks. I got promoted. The checks kept getting bigger… we racked up a ton of credit card debt that year, but paid it all off in less than 5 years.

    SHE, my fabulous bride, gave me the the the “push” I needed to find manhood and fatherhood the RIGHT way. Once SHE committed, I had no choice but to commit, also. Man, what a wild ride it’s been for the last 25 years. My kids’ accomplishments check almost every “dream-box” a dad can have — academically, athletically, socially and spiritually.

    I give all the credit in the world to my wife, who chose her kids OVER her career. God smiled on us, but that’s kinda what happens when you follow HIS plan.

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