When it comes to commentary on how other people live, there's more than enough hypocrisy to go around. Whether we're talking about symbolic or literal fathers, it's important to take a closer look at what we view as both "fit" and "unfit". On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri examine controversy surrounding a symbolic father acting out and a literal father of 11, who's just trying to take care of his family.

Topics discussed include Dick Gregory calling Spike Lee a "punk" and a "thug", refuting the extreme nonsense Dick Gregory pushed about the movie "Django Unchained", theories why Black folks are supporting Spike Lee, desire for controlling Black images in the media, cancellation of Shawty Lo's "All My Babies' Mamas" reality show, stigma of the phrases "baby momma" and "baby daddy", hypocrisy of criticizing Black men who actually take care of their kids, the hypocrisy of people who take time to protest a show and don't protest the actual ills of society, the cycle of poverty victimhood, absentee mothers and fathers, the show "Scandal", people not wanting to see the gruesome results of U.S. military action, being more critical of TV programming, and more!