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Quoted: Jesse James says being called a "racist" makes him really sad

The contrition tour starts in the bike shop: Jesse James with ABC correspondent Vicky Mabrey at their taping of his "Nightline" interview on May 12 in Long Beach, Calif. The interview airs on Tuesday at 11:35 p.m. (Patrick Wymore/ABC via AP)

"Dealing with losing my marriage and my son and embarrassing everyone and decimating my life, but to be called a racist on top of that -- it makes me really sad."

-- Jesse James to ABC News, on the photo of him giving a Nazi salute -- a "joke" at the time, he said, but now "it's not funny."

By The Reliable Source  |  May 25, 2010; 8:30 PM ET
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I'm glad Jesse is getting the help he needs to overcome the self-destruction set up by an abusive childhood. It's true what he says how the early childhood blueprinting can set the course for lifes decision and until the awareness light is turned on in the mind, the old pattern continues. Sad as the abuse was that set the blueprint, the awareness starts to end it and the self-destruction that follows. I know, I've been through it in a different way than Jesse. The abuse and pain are the same, the acting out may be different but the healing that begins from awareness is a life changing mission that takes place in the heart and moves to the mind. Jesse's journey into honesty and becoming the soul man Sandra always believed him to be will be a healing process that will bless all those around him and especially Jesse. My best to you Jesse.

Posted by: MissClarty | May 26, 2010 10:45 AM | Report abuse

Cry me an effing river, Nazi boy. This guy cheats on his wife and he gets a Nightline interview?? Why are we even talking about him; he's a nobody. I could care less if he's sad, mad, glad, or even still breathing.

Posted by: 7900rmc | May 26, 2010 3:20 PM | Report abuse

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