Tuesday, March 31, 2009
After reading Chauncey’s latest appeal to define Shelby Steele as a Coon, Tom, or Respectable Negro, I’ve determined that none of those categories are right for Steele and his ilk.
What do they have in common?
Yes, they’re all successful black men and they would all define themselves as conservatives (except for Crouch, who is very different from the rest of these characters. I’ve included him here because he shares their M.O.).
But what else? Be honest.
They’re all goofy-looking, goofy-sounding nerds.
It’s clear that they were socially awkward kids. Their childhoods in a nutshell:
They were laughed at and beaten up by black boys.
They were ignored and rejected by black girls.
They were never fully accepted by black people (They attributed this to their intelligence and uniqueness, when really it was due to their social ineptitude).
They were called punks, chumps, simps, and wimps.
They spent many lonely nights crying into their pillows.
They did all they could do: they buried themselves in their studies.
They worked hard, promising themselves that they would get back at the black people who cast them out.
They bided their time, waiting, stewing in their self-hatred and resentment.
They made it into the upper echelons of popular conservative thought.
The once timid nerds are now stentors spewing racial nonsense from their giant platforms.
They have (in their minds) enacted their ultimate revenge on the black people who clowned them.
Behold—the birth of the Black Supervillain!
I like to post silly Negro shit to educate you white folks on just how combative Negros can be towards each other.
This is old news but this is just another or countless examples of liberal darkies and their insistence on demonizing any black folks who don’t subscribe to “Nigga mentality.”
It’s not enough that they disagree, it is important that they try to bully Negros into conformity.
I long ago rejected Negro doctrine and have told more than a few ignorant ass black folk that they could take their liberal stupidity and ignorance and shove it up their ass.
This is why I am so grateful for blogging because now you white people those of you who are smart enough to track this particular blog… LOL! - can track first hand the divisions that divide black America both spiritually and intellectually.
This is why I actively seek out this sort of dumb shit so you can read for yourself the mentality behind the election of corrupt, intellectually/politically dishonest, conniving, and thieving jackass Democrat Niggas. Example: Rangel Spent $777 A Month On Cadillac.
Silly niggas like these folks love promoting rampant Nigganess.
These are the type of individuals who teased young black kids about “talking white” or chastised those individuals who put education first or resisted indulging in risky nigga behavior.
This is the mentality of the type of brothas I knew growing up that would come up to me every fucken day asking “can a brotha get a dolla” or “can a brotha get a ride.”
I’ve said it many times, sorry if you have heard before, I love being black, I wouldn’t trade my skin color for anything. I don’t hate myself; I grew up in a solid black family with solid parenting. I have some great hard working true good black friends who have raised some good and decent kids and they were never the type to subscribe to stupid nigga shit otherwise I would never call them friends.
As Chris Rock said, I love black folks BUT I HATE ME SOME NIGGAS and as long as I can I will continue to blog about and speak out about stupid nigga shit.
Since I have linked to their site hopefully they will be sufficiently outraged at my blog title and complain to other dumbass niggas. Hopefully they will visit and learn something.
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Bill Ayers Invited to Speak to Illinois High School Students
NYTimes Killed Story on Crooked Obama Donor
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Obama courts West-haters - Plans to attend conference seeking Islamic interests
Why Doesn't Communism Have as Bad a Name as Nazism?
The making of a suicide bomber - By Abaceen Nasimi
How and why children from large families become weapons against the West
Michael Steele said that he’s “done” reaching out to President Barack Obama, adding that America's first black president seems to have a problem with him in his role as the first black head of the Republican National Committee. Speaking to CNN, the moderate-conservative Republican said President Obama "has got a little thing about me that I haven't quite figured out."
When asked whether he had any professional jealousy over President Obama’s meteoric rise to the White House, Mr. Steele said, “What would I be jealous of? I’m chairman of the RNC, so, what’s your point? We both have leadership responsibilities and roles. I’m not equating the two. My point is, you are on your track; I’m on my track. You do your thing. I do my thing.”
Folks I want to apologize, I know the title of this blog is Magic Negro Watch and I have been posting a large number of shit about Michael Steele, but I can’t help it, I have as much contempt for him as the I do the Magic Negro. I swear this man is fool. I don’t understand why he can’t keep his fucken mouth shut. I realize this is turning into a mild obsession for me. I’ll try increasing the meds.
As for this post, why would the Magic want to reach out to a GOP Lawn jockey with zero credibility?
Magic is on top of the heap and Steele is just leasing GOP airspace until the whiteys that run the GOP get tired of his antics.
Isn’t there somebody out there who either knows Steele or someone from his office that can talk to him. Hell I would even be willing to volunteer some time for one on one counseling with dude.
If there is anybody out there with Steele’s ear, for God sakes tell him to shut the fuck up!
I know some of you out there may like Steele so you are torn between liking a seemingly nice faux conservative Negro and having to read such scathing rants aimed at him.
For you Steele fans out there I apologize. But when I see and read stupidity my consciousness forces me to respond.
by Norman Liebmann from The New Republic
The Negroes finally got their own President and the President finally got his own Negroes – of whom, paradoxically, many are white, and whose attitude can be described as “blacker than thou”. It is time to lift the dark overcast hovering over the nation called the Obama Administration, which is, in fact, not an Administration but a Usurpation.
One does not need any great access to subtlety to appreciate the fact that Barack Obama’s Cabinet appointments suck. With a little more incompetence the Obama Cabinet will be indistinguishable from a Harvard football team. Somewhere in his musings about the economy it occurred to Obama that both the word trillion and the word toilet begin with the letter “t”. He found the connection compelling. His appointment of Timothy Geithner as Secretary of the Treasury is like giving Bob Cratchit the keys to Fort Knox and a barrel of methamphetamines. Straining all the faculties of his pygmy mentality, Geithner proceeded to mongrelize the markets and make America into a banana republic that is rapidly running out of bananas. Geithner created a Brain Dead Economy having convinced Obama Americans would never want to use their brains someday. Apparently, Geithner contemplates making the economy into a reverse Monopoly game in which he confiscates Broadway, Park Place, and whatever square he decides is too big to fail.
Obama is busy tarring and feathering the economy. His program is not the distribution of wealth but the dissemination of poverty. The Obama Stimulus plan is like trying to add a cargo hold in a canoe. Obama claims his stimulus package is for all Americans. In fact, the stimulus is about as non-denominational as basketball. The disastrous economy notwithstanding, Obama’s is absorbed with that game, in which people in their shorts try to stuff an inflated cowhide sphere through an embroidery hoop. Numerous blacks believe that basketball found its roots in the jungles of Africa and not on the hardwood floors on which the Harlem Globetrotters dribble. (Like Obama, black athletes are often identified by their peacock demeanor. Though America’s economy is in the dumper, it has not stopped them from celebrating in the end zone.)
The problem with the economy is that Barack Obama found himself in the woodpile. Obama is a bad President and an even worse precedent. It is a financial policy he learned in Harvard called Affirmative Distraction.
The American left can’t get over the novelty of this first Tar Baby President - or is the appropriate word Potentate? After all, the blacks haven’t found so compelling a role model since Rodney King. America is a land where you are supposed to make the most of your opportunities, not of your pigmentation.
America could not have chosen a more expeditious path to national suicide than the election of this Ivy League Idi Amin. The last election connected the dots and the dots were all black. Obama is rendering to the “gimme” population the most significant giveaway to the black population since, at the end of the Civil War. The government gave the former slaves forty acres and a mule. Wisely, Lincoln put the mules in charge.
The Obama Administration is preparing shovel-ready projects which ironically are directed to benefit a segment of the population for whom a shovel has too many moving parts. The public may return to the convenience of assuming all blacks look alike, think alike and vote alike. It enables the Obama Karma - or as his policy is sometimes called, “trickle down stupidity”.
The Bureau of Prisons reports that the number of blacks in “The Big House” is not as shocking as the number of blacks in The White House. They ought to put convenience stores inside prisons to cut down on the inmates travel time to the scene of their crimes. (The only relevant question in modern penology possibly posed by Charles Manson on his 74th birthday when he asked “Where did all the broads go?”)
The history of the Civil Rights Movement in America is a non-stop Blackathon. Unfortunately, this constituency cannot raise children as easily as their leaders can raise money. Minority politics is an exercise in The Black Imperative -otherwise called “Gimme”.
Wealth distribution notwithstanding, the have-nots and what-nots will remain discontent. Civil Rights leaders are still not in synch. They are bickering over whose bad idea it was to make cotton white, although any color would have caused resentment. Their disagreement seems to devolve on how black is black. His people are counting on Obama to blackmail America on their behalf, and it could not be in a more appropriate color.
Black racial sensitivities are overstated. The re-establishment of segregated toilets is a small enough humiliation to endure for sending Barack Obama to Washington to destroy the entire nation. Some are still smarting because it was reported that Kunte Kinte was not allowed to drink leftover lemonade he found on the porch at Tara. The blacks have found every racial designation objectionable. It is safer to just point at them.
Obama has called for increased oversight over all financial institutions. Hussein, The Hip Hop Hitler, strikes again. Der Führer was also given to excessive harangues but without a teleprompter. Obama is now a warmonger - which is a step up for him.
Some of the leading financial institutions are telling Obama to put his money where the sun don’t shine, which is sufficient reason for depositors to have renewed confidence in them.
Seeing Obama in the White House evokes the same sensation as seeing Idi Amin getting off a Marine One helicopter.
The Obama Health Care Program could be the beginning of a medical program called Black Quackery.
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Just a couple thoughts: I was talking to a friend of mine and we were discussing the Magic Negro and his policies and other stuff and he made an interesting point. (Keep in mind he is white). He said he is witnessing more racial hostility towards blacks than ever before.
When he is with other folks with obviously no black people around, he said whites are speaking with far more hostility towards blacks than ever before because of their hatred for Obama. Now keep in mind this is in Lawrence Kansas “the” most liberal of places in the country.
Now while I have my issues with the Magic Negro I can see clearly the animosity building towards black folks in many of the sites I visit, and even those community sites like Facebook and MySpace and I often think more and more each day as the Magic Negro fails and he fucks up the country more and more will I one day pay for the Magic Negro’s political transgressions.
No matter how conservative I am, no matter how right leaning, no matter what I say here to many white folks I’m just another nigger who voted for Obama.
White people as things unravel can claim either ignorance or just fucken lie. “Oh fuck no I didn’t vote for that nigger, with the remnants of the Obama bumper sticker still on their car.
But no matter what I’m tied to the dude, I’m guilty by color association and more and more ignorant ass rednecks will work hard to see that I’m tied to him too.
This post also reminded me of another conversation I had with a “prominent” Democrat operative who said to me even before the Iowa caucuses that Obama is destined to win the presidency and the Republicans were going to help him get elected.
Many knew and understood full well his “socialist” leanings and this individual said point blank that the combination of high dollar socialists who indeed want to tinker with the U.S economy and fight capitalism combined with your typical blue haired country club racist right wing types that want to put a “black” face on US social and economic failure, that Obama was the right person at the right time.
I remember after hearing this I said to myself naw this sounds way too clandescent. Back to my friend I mentioned above he said the exact same thing almost word for word. Now I think I’m a pretty smart dude and I wonder does this line of thinking have any legitimacy?
The entire time I had my previous blog and now my new rant channel I have not mentioned my place of employment specifically. I don’t mention it because although the content is mostly political I’ll just say that many of the people I rant about I have the opportunity to meet.
I have the perfect job. While I don’t make shit loads of money I work in a fun and very interesting environment.
My job balances my techno, video production and presentation background experience with my love of politics.
Although I could be a mole and provide insight on the people who visit but I choose not to because I care more about the mission of our entity rather than revealing small tidbits about political insiders.
Let me just say this, one thing I have realized since my time here is that the people you see on TV, the television talk show pundits and the myriad of political talking heads is that most of what you see on TV is all an act, it’s all bullshit. They play a paid role; they are just actors in the real life world of politics. The liberals are not nearly as “Liberal” as they portray on TV and the right leaning folks frankly are not quite as partisan as they come across either.
Hell look at me, although I come across as pissed off most of the time I’m more of a teddy bear my political bark is worse than my bite.
In a recent conversation I described my blog as a “bar conversation.” I don’t say anything here that I wouldn’t say if we were at a bar talking about the political world over some adult beverages. Damn imagine me ranting about the shit I do after a couple of Long Island Ice Teas, scary!
Anywho I wanted to provide this tidbit of details to preface what I’m about to say.
Those of you who knew about my old blog know that I was very excited about Sarah Palin. I in fact predicted more than a month before that McCain was going to pick her to be his running mate.
I HAD a very good vibe about her and the whole small town, rural state, outside Washington persona. However since the end of the campaign I don’t like what I have seen or read from her. All of the adulation and support she received frankly went to her head. She now feels entitled to the presidency as did Hillary.
Without going into details I had been in correspondence with her office and her staff trying to invite her to a number of speaking events and this started long before her VP run.
I found it amazing that her staff went from nice, helpful to being a bunch of jackasses who got to the point where they would not even return e-mails or phone calls.
Nothing pisses me off more than fucks who won’t return phone calls.
Let me just convey that I don’t work at some no named bullshit entity, but obviously Mrs. Palin is now even too big to even entertain the notion of visiting a very Republican state.
Now let me be clear, people get busy and sometimes scheduling the best and the brightest is difficult, I’m not complaining about that, what I am pointing out is a dramatic change in attitude of her entire operation.
When I decide who to vote for I first check with my gut, I’m not just looking at their “conservative credentials” because no matter how conservative you are if you are an asshole or if you are an inarticulate boob or some weasel voiced dunderhead, or if you are just an ugly bastard you can’t get elected.
Now I’m not posting this to say that I won’t vote for Palin because of some e-mail exchanges or phone calls with her fucking idiot staff and PAC folks but what I am saying is I am noticing a profound change in attitude. I’m not going to support any mutherfucker who thinks that he or she is entitled to be elected to anything or they mistake new found candidate excitement with automatic blind loyalty.
I know I’m just one ranting dude on a blog but over the coming years I better see more of what made her a new fresh face on the political scene rather than just another arrogant fuck politician who thinks that flashing a cute smile or wearing some hooker boots is enough to sway voters.
We don’t need another celebrity politician.
If a Palin campaign staff person happens to read this ignore me at your own risk. If someone who was as excited as I was about your candidacy can turn on your ass so quickly imagine how many more will turn on you people.
Like many Republicans, I was heartened by the January election of the former Maryland lieutenant governor as chairman of the Republican National Committee.
I had been impressed with his Senate run in 2006. Though falling short, 44 percent to 54 percent, to Democrat Benjamin L. Cardin (still a fine showing in deep-blue Maryland), Mr. Steele had garnered impressive margins among African-Americans and women, two constituencies stubbornly resistant to Republican candidates. And I had been impressed with his subsequent poise as a television commentator, finding his defense of GOP principles measured, effective and delivered with wry good humor.
Still, I had worries. One, that the election of the first African-American head of the RNC so soon after the Democrats had elected the first black president would be seen as tit-for-tat identity politics (Republicans who think they can compete with Democrats in this game will be forever disappointed). And two, legitimate questions were raised about Mr. Steele's grass-roots organizational and fundraising skills.
What I never anticipated was the public relations meltdown wherein the chairman has, among other things, trivialized the abortion issue by absurdly laying claim to both sides and publicly insulted Rush Limbaugh before outrage in the ranks forced him to apologize.
Now comes the latest kerfuffle - an interview given last week to CNN's Don Lemon, wherein Mr. Steele told the correspondent that he might "think about" running for president because, he claims, many Republicans are urging him to do so.
Incredible. What is this man doing answering such a baited question? Why is he on TV so often in the first place? Mr. Steele is no longer a commentator; the task of rebuilding a party district by district is hard, screwdriver work, the bulk of which is accomplished behind the scenes. And despite his assertions, I know of no Republican clamoring for him to run for president.
Many of us are instead, regrettably, asking ourselves if he is even up to his current job.The Lemon interview is a study in confused thought. One minute, Mr. Steele waxes that he "cannot plan" his political future because all is up to God. The next minute he poses as a Machiavellian strategist, claiming his dust-up with Mr. Limbaugh was all part of his grand scheme to "see what the landscape looks like" and understand his "position on the chess board." Delusion so plainly stated is alarming.
The GOP faces its first crucial post-Obama test Tuesday in New York's 20th Congressional District, with Democrat Scott Murphy running against Republican Jim Tedisco in a special election to replace Kirsten Gillibrand (appointed to take Hillary Clinton's Senate seat).
Mr. Steele has publicly staked a lot on this contest, which polls have shown tightening in recent weeks. If Mr. Tedisco loses in this historically Republican district, with all the money the RNC has thrown behind him, it will be a devastating blow to the party and to Mr. Steele's shaky position therein.
Mr. Steele's tenure has not been without its bright spots. His fiscal stewardship is thus far promising - $5.1 million raised in February, with $24 million cash on hand and (unlike its Democratic counterpart) zero debt. And Mr. Steele retains considerable charm as well as the necessary goal of making the Republican Party a "big tent."But his recent behavior has put that goal in jeopardy. In many ways, he has become a mirror of the party he represents: once robust, now conflicted and unsure. If he is to steady the Republican ship and bring focus to its course, he must first do unto himself.
Matt Patterson is a Montgomery County author and commentator whose books include "Union of Hearts:
The Abraham Lincoln & Ann Rutledge Story."
Monday, March 30, 2009
President Obama Gives BLACK MEDIA Unprecedented Access To The WHITE HOUSE
Muslim women told: For family's sake, commit suicide
Al Gore ignores 'Earth Hour' - Driveway to Nashville mansion flooded with electricity
Obama’s Katrina - by Ted Nugent
Internet Goons Attack 'Tea Party' Web Site
Magic Negro Derangement Syndrome
Frankly this guy can go fuck himself but hey I'm about passing on the 411 in case you give a shit.
I am already so sick of this fucken crazy bastard I can’t see straight.
Talk about apologizing for slavery why don’t the idiot liberals who voted for the Magic Negro apologize to the rest of America for voting for this mutherfucker…
I’ve been told by a few people that my disdain for the Magic Negro is unfair, UNFAIR!?
I never thought I would say this but I wish we would have supported HILLARY!?
"This is a step toward racial healing," said the measure's sponsor, Rep. Brenda Gilmore, a Nashville Democrat.
The measure passed its first vote Wednesday in a state House subcommittee. One representative, Chattanooga Republican Gerald McCormick, opposed the measure, saying that it would cause division within the state.
"There's no one left alive today who either had slaves or was a slave," McCormick said. "I just feel like we're opening up a wound, and I'd rather move forward rather than look backward."
Five former slave states — Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama and Florida — have passed legislation in recent years apologizing for slavery. New Jersey has also passed legislation apologizing for its role in the slave trade.
Reparations not in bill
Gilmore said her resolution, HJR 7, is not meant to be a step toward reparations.
Instead, the measure calls on the legislature to "express its deepest sympathy and solemn apology" for its acts, but Gilmore said it stops short of directly apologizing in order to assuage objections that the resolution could be taken as an admission of guilt by the state.
This must be silly Negro shit day, I’m reading an unusually high amount of Negro nagging, bitching and complaining today, it's giving me a headache.
For the record I would like to take this time to apologize for my great-grandparents and other assorted crackas in my family and their role in slavery. I unfortunately had a couple of cracka ass crackas in my family who shacked up with black folks which unfortunately for liberals and the Magic Negro lead to me being here blogging about how dumb liberals are and how dumbass Negro liberals fuck over black folks by wasting time trying to bully the current crop of white people into apologizing for shit they had nothing to do with!!
When these idiot Negros take their asses over to Africa and point the finger at those black folks to have them come clean about their role in helping Mr. whitey slave trader by PUSHING HELPLESS NEGROS ONTO THE DAMN BOAT IN THE FIRST PLACE!!
Then I’ll give a shit!
Sorry folks I’m a bit cranky today…
A pitiful Teamster official who practically crawled to the table on his knees expressing profuse respect for this disrespectful body was battered by both the crowd and the council.
(Conyers) assailed the whole state and by implication Governor Granholm, as racist and part of a racist plot.
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This ignorant nigga bitch reminds me.... Ignorant ass Niggas!
I have yet to meet a single liberal who has actually listened to him enough to “get him.”
I think it is amazing how liberals can be “persuaded” and or bullied into not listening to conservative points of views whether that be from someone like Rush or reading a conservative book or some other media source.
I just don’t get how you could live your life consciously denying yourself other points of view because you are so entrenched in your particular belief system.
I know, I know who cares… bla bla bla
By Andrew Klavan - LA Times - Link
If you are reading this newspaper, the likelihood is that you agree with the Obama administration's recent attacks on conservative radio talker Rush Limbaugh. That's the likelihood; here's the certainty: You've never listened to Rush Limbaugh.
Oh no, you haven't. Whenever I interrupt a liberal's anti-Limbaugh rant to point out that the ranter has never actually listened to the man, he always says the same thing: "I've heard him!"
On further questioning, it always turns out that by "heard him," he means he's heard the selected excerpts spoon-fed him by the distortion-mongers of the mainstream media. These excerpts are specifically designed to accomplish one thing: to make sure you never actually listen to Limbaugh's show, never actually give him a fair chance to speak his piece to you directly.
By lifting some typically Rushian piece of outrageous hilarity completely out of context, the distortion gang knows full well it can get you to widen your eyes and open your mouth in the universal sign of Liberal Outrage. Your scrawny chest swelling with a warm sense of completely unearned righteousness, you will turn to your second spouse and say, "I'm not a liberal, I'm a moderate, and I'm tolerant of a wide range of differing views -- but this goes too far!"
There is more untruthfulness in that statement than in a speech by President Obama. Even the commas are self-deceiving. You're not a moderate or you wouldn't be reading this newspaper. You're not tolerant of a wide range of views; you are tolerant of a narrow spectrum of variations on your views. And, whatever you claim, you still haven't listened to Rush Limbaugh.
Which leads to a question: Why not? I mean, come on, the guy's one of the figures of the age. Aren't you even curious? I listen to all your guys: NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, The Times, the New York Times, the New Yorker -- I check out the whole left-wing hallelujah chorus. Why are you afraid to spend a couple of hours listening to Limbaugh's show and seriously considering if and why you disagree with him?
Let me guess at your answer. You don't need to listen to him. You've heard enough to know he's a) racist, b) hateful, c) stupid, d) merely an outrageous entertainer not to be taken seriously or e) all of the above.
Now let me tell you the real answer: You're a lowdown, yellow-bellied, lily-livered intellectual coward. You're terrified of finding out he makes more sense than you do.
I listen to Limbaugh every chance I get, and I have never heard the man utter a single racist, hateful or stupid word. Do I always agree with him? Of course not. I'm a conservative; I think for myself. But Limbaugh, by turns insightful, satiric, raucously funny and wise, is one of the best voices talking about first principles and policy in the country today.
Therefore, I am throwing down my gauntlet at your quivering liberal feet. I hereby issue my challenge -- the Limbaugh Challenge: Listen to the show. Not for five minutes but for several hours: an hour a day for several days. Consider what he has to say -- the real policy material under the jokes and teasing bluster. Do what your intellectual keepers do not want you to do and keep an open mind. Ask yourself: What's he getting at? Why does he say the things he says? Why do so many people of goodwill -- like that nice Mr. Klavan -- agree with him?
The mainstream media (a.k.a. the Matrix) don't want you to listen to Limbaugh because they're afraid he'll wake you up and set you free of their worldview. You don't want to listen to him because you're afraid of the same thing.
Don't believe me? Well, then, gird your loins. Gather your courage. Accept the Limbaugh Challenge. See what happens.
I dare you.
I’ve written about this many times and I have had numerous conversations with liberals and their unhinged hatred of the dude.
I’ve never understood why some people who claim to have a strong intellectual belief system are downright afraid of listening to other viewpoint.
I read quite a bit of leftist content because I have always believed that the better you are at articulating opposing viewpoints the better you will be at articulating your point of view.
Really? For the moment, it’s a “false choice” mainly in the sense that he’s not offering it: “a chaotic and unforgiving capitalism” is not on the menu, which leaves “an oppressive government-run economy” as pretty much the only game in town. How oppressive is yet to be determined: To be sure, the official position remains that only “the richest five percent” will have taxes increased. But you’ll be surprised at the percentage of Americans who wind up in the richest five percent. This year federal government spending will rise to 28.5 per cent of GDP, the highest level ever, with the exception of the peak of the Second World War. The 44th president is proposing to add more to the national debt than the first 43 presidents combined, doubling it in the next six years, and tripling it within the decade. But to talk about it in percentages of this and trillions of that misses the point. It’s not about bookkeeping, it’s about government annexation of the economy, and thus of life: government supervision, government regulation, government control. No matter how small your small business is — plumbing, hairdressing, maple sugaring — the state will be burdening you with more permits, more paperwork, more bureaucracy.
MORE HERE ON NATIONAL REVIEW
Sunday, March 29, 2009
A convicted sex offender due to be released Saturday from prison after serving 11 months warned in letters that if set free, he would reoffend, even against children. In the letters, Michael McGill begged authorities to keep him locked up for life.
"Please throw the book at me ... I'm harmful to others I should be locked up for life," he wrote in block letters that resemble a child's writing. "I will sexual abuse men. Do this for the safe (sic) of others then I be able not to hurt anyone else. Judge I'm begging you to put me away."
In another place he wrote that he had told his two 7-year-old male victims, "I will do more sex crimes with boys 4 to 14. I will molest with boys 15 to 18."
Neither the Polk County attorney's office, which prosecuted McGill and distributed his letters to other agencies, nor the Iowa Board of Parole, nor the attorney general's office, which handles civil commitments for sexually violent predators, says it can do anything to prevent McGill's release.
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A digital war has broken out, and the conservative movement is losing. Read the comment sections of right-leaning blogs, news sites and social forums, and the evidence is there in ugly abundance. Internet hooligans are spewing their talking points to thwart the dissent of the newly-out-of-power.
We must not let that go unanswered.
Uninvited Democratic activists are on a mission to demoralize the enemy - us. They want to ensure that President Obama is not subject to the same coordinated, facts-be-damned, multimedia takedown they employed over eight long years to destroy the presidency - and the humanity - of George W. Bush.
Political leftists play for keeps. They are willing to lie, perform deceptive acts in a coordinated fashion and do so in a wicked way - all in the pursuit of victory. Moral relativism is alive and well in the land of Hope and Change and its Web-savvy youth brigade expresses its "idealism" in a most cynical fashion.
The ends justify the means for them - now more than ever.
Much of Mr. Obama's vaunted online strategy involved utilizing "Internet trolls" to invade enemy lines under false names and trying to derail discussion. In the real world, that's called "vandalism." But in a political movement that embraces "graffiti" as avant-garde art , that's business as usual. It relishes the ability to destroy other people's property in pursuit of electoral victory.
Hugh Hewitt's popular site shut off its comments section because of the success of these obnoxious invaders. Breitbart.com polices nonpartisan newswire stories for such obviously coordinated attacks. Other right-leaning sites such as Instapundit and National Review Online refuse to allow comments, knowing better than to flirt with the online activist left.
During the Clinton impeachment scandal, a new group out of California called MoveOn.org employed a plan to get its members to dial into right-leaning talk radio shows with scripted talking points falsely claiming that they were Republicans. They said they would never vote for the GOP again if the case against Bill Clinton was pursued.
Rush Limbaugh was the first to isolate these "seminar callers," whose mission during the Lewinsky mess was to fool the listening audience into believing they were outraged conservatives willing to cut their ties to the Republican Party if the GOP-led Congress continued down the impeachment path.
Eleven years later, "seminar callers" abound and call screeners are trained in the art of weeding them out. But the filtering does not always work.
"This is nothing more than the Internet version of Soviet disinformation," Human Events editor Jed Babbin told me. "MoveOn.org and the little boys from 'Lord of the Flies' who run Media Matters want to make it appear that there's huge dissension within conservative ranks on issues on which we're most united."
The left also uses disinformation to inundate the advertisers of conservative-leaning talk shows to intimidate them from financially supporting popular mainstream shows.
Media Matters even offered its services to an autism support group in its attempt to bring down talk-show host Michael Savage. It had nothing to do with Mr. Savage's underlying offense. Would Media Matters go after Keith Olbermann if he made a tirade against the afflicted? David Brock and company certainly didn't raise a peep when President Obama made a joke at the expense of the Special Olympics.
So now that the right is vanquished and thoroughly out of power, why doesn't it learn from its conquerors and employ similar tactics?
The answer is obvious. The right, for the most part, embraces basic Judeo-Christian ideals and would not promote nor defend the propaganda techniques that were perfected in godless communist and socialist regimes. The current political and media environment crafted by supposedly idealistic Mr. Obama resembles Hugo Chavez's Venezuela more than John F. Kennedy's America.
The Huffington Post, Daily Kos and other left-leaning sites benefit from the right's belief that there are rules and decorum in political debate and civic engagement. Of course, every now and then, a curious right-winger will go in and engage in discussion at a left-wing site, but rarely under purely disingenuous and mass coordinated means.
David Brock, John Podesta, am I missing something?
As a prolific consumer of online content, I value nothing more than the sincere expression of opinion that differs from mine. Sometimes I am even moved or swayed from my dogma. But that was not the type of communication that got Mr. Obama elected.
The American right is in a heap of trouble in a media age that doesn't shun the goons and liars that have poisoned the political process and won the American presidency by breaking the rules of fair play. It is time to fight back, but it won't be easy. The enemy is willing to do and say anything in order to win.
c Andrew Breitbart is the founder of the news Web site www.breitbart.com and is co-author of "Hollywood Interrupted: Insanity Chic in Babylon - the Case Against Celebrity."
Related: Breitbart Reflects on Obama's Left-Wing Internet "Trolls"
Older: Team Sarah Infiltrated
Administrators of Team Sarah have uncovered evidence on a left-wing online thread that some Internet trolls sought to discredit the organization by posing as conservative racists on Team Sarah's forums.
Seriously off the radar...
Liberal fucks won't infiltrate and draw attention to a blog called Magic Negro Watch... LOL!
Personal Computers Could Be Open to Government Access Under New Magic Negro Copyright Plan
Senate Votes to Allow ACORN Funding in Youth Brigades Bill
Magic Negro on troops in Pakistan: Never mind
Is the Magic Negro A Racist?
As Senator, Barack Obama was all over Pres. Bush about his response to Hurricane Katrina. Now, with another natural catastophe going on under his watch, President Obama is nowhere to be found. Could it be that there aren't enough people of color in North Dakota for the savior to care about?
The Magic Negro gets list of top Muslim Americans (In a bid to get more Muslim into the admin)
CHICAGO — In a bid to get more Muslim Americans working in the Obama administration, a book with resumes of 45 of the nation's most qualified — Ivy League grads, Fortune 500 executives and public servants, all carefully vetted — has been submitted to the White House. The effort, driven by community leaders and others, including U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., was bumped up two weeks because White House officials heard about the venture, said J. Saleh Williams, program coordinator for the Congressional Muslim Staffers Association, who sifted through more than 300 names. "It was mostly under the radar," Williams said. "We thought it would put (the president) in a precarious position. We didn't know how closely he wanted to appear to be working with the Muslim American community."
Notre Dame Honor for the Magic Negro is Part of a Collapse in American Institutions and their Leaders
(Manassas, Virginia) - The decision by the University of Notre Dame to honor Barack Obama is "part of the general collapse in American institutions and the failure of America's leadership class," Richard A. Viguerie said.
President Obama is scheduled to speak in May at Notre Dame's commencement, at which he will receive an honorary doctorate.
Viguerie, Chairman of ConservativeHQ.com, pointed out that, "Barack Obama is a pro-abortion extremist. He supports elective abortion at any point during pregnancy, and even afterward; he opposes protecting children who survive abortions. He supports using U.S. taxpayers' money to pay for elective abortions, in our country and in other countries. He is working to strip medical professionals of their right not to perform abortions."
"Obviously, it is a gross violation of Catholic moral principles for Notre Dame to honor Barack Obama," he said.
"Notre Dame is one of many Catholic institutions that are C.I.N.O. – Catholic in Name Only. From honoring pro-abortion politicians to hosting 'The Vagina Monologues,' many Catholic colleges and other Catholic institutions are walking away from Catholic values. As a result, many Catholics are walking away from the Church."
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By Michael Bates on Newsbusters
The Washington Post's 44 blog today carries the item "Obama Town Hall Questioners Were Campaign Backers." Authored by Garance Franke-Ruta, the article notes:
But while the online question portion of the White House town hall was open to any member of the public with an Internet connection, the five fully identified questioners called on randomly by the president in the East Room were anything but a diverse lot. They included: a member of the pro-Obama Service Employees International Union, a member of the Democratic National Committee who campaigned for Obama among Hispanics during the primary; a former Democratic candidate for Virginia state delegate who endorsed Obama last fall in an op-ed in the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star; and a Virginia businessman who was a donor to Obama's campaign in 2008.
After that come details of the connections between the questioners and His Messiahship.
The Post being the Post, of course, the item had to begin with a slap at the previous president (Obama "is taking a page from the Bush playbook"), but it's still refreshing to see part of the mainstream media acknowledge some of Obama's shadier tactics.
The question, then, is whether many other news outlets will pick up on the story. I'm not holding my breath
Saturday, March 28, 2009
It's easy for even the most worthless psychopathic loser to be a popular guy among Obama's base in the Bay Area — just murder four police officers, like Lovelle Mixon.
We must not have groveled enough, or handed out enough special privileges and handouts. Otherwise these animals would no doubt be conducting themselves like civilized human beings.
Timeline: Lovelle Mixon's parole record
In October 2007, Lovelle Mixon was released on parole after serving five years of a six-year sentence for assault with a firearm. Within months the 26-year-old Oakland resident was in trouble again, authorities said.
In February, Mixon was placed on a parole hold as a possible suspect in a homicide in Alameda County, according to Scott Kernan, undersecretary of operations for the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Prosecutors declined to file charges in that case, saying there was not sufficient evidence, but Mixon was detained on various parole violations and sent back to prison for nine months, Kernan said.
Here is a look at Mixon's interactions with the parole department since his Nov. 1 release from the California Correctional Center in Susanville, as reported by the department :
Nov. 3: Mixon reports to his parole agent for an initial interview and undergoes his first mandatory drug test.
Nov. 5: Mixon reports to Parole and Community Team, a state program that offers a broad range of services to parolees. The agency provides job placement, drug treatment and other services. During the visit, he met with his parole agent and again was tested for drugs.
Nov. 7: Mixon's parole agent makes an initial residential visit, meeting with Mixon at his mother's home in Oakland. The agent also met with relatives of Mixon to evaluate his living conditions and who he was interacting with while on parole. During the visit, Mixon is referred by the agent to America Work, an employment service.
Dec. 17: Mixon's parole agent makes a residential visit, also meeting with one of Mixon's cousins as part of their continuing effort to assess his family situation.
Dec. 19: Mixon reports to the parole office and takes a drug test.
Jan. 6: Mixon reports to the parole office and takes a drug test.
Jan. 23: Mixon's parole agent makes a residential visit and refers Mixon to another employment service, Project Choice Employment.
Feb. 6: Mixon reports to the parole office and takes a drug test.
Feb. 18: Mixon's parole agent makes a residential visit but cannot locate him.
Feb. 24: Mixon's parole agent makes another residential visit but Mixon cannot be located. The agent talks with his mother.
Feb. 26: After another residential visit, the agent still cannot locate Mixon.
Feb. 27: The parole agent prepares a parolee-at-large report and a warrant is issued for Mixon's arrest. The state Board of Parole Hearings suspends Mixon's parole effective Feb. 19, the day after his parole officer first failed to find him. The case is referred to the corrections department's Fugitive Apprehension Team.
March 6: The Fugitive Apprehension Team and members of the Oakland Police Department visit three Oakland addresses, including Mixon's mother's home, his address of record. The following week, they distribute a bulletin to the Oakland Police Department. The case is also referred to the U.S. Marshals Service to check on reports that Mixon might have been in the Auburn, Wash., area. They are unable to locate him.
March 21: Mixon is pulled over by Oakland motorcycle officers for a traffic violation shortly after 1 p.m. Authorities said he began shooting at the officers, killing Sgt. Mark Dunakin, 40, and fatally wounding Officer John Hege, 41. After trying to hide in a nearby apartment building where his sister lives, Mixon kills Oakland SWAT sergeants Ervin Romans, 43, and Daniel Sakai, 35, before he is shot and killed by police.
Barack Obama continues adding troops to afghanistan.
In 2007, Democrats with a fever pitch condemned Bush's additional troops in Iraq, and passed a non binding resolution 246-182 against him, they condemned General Petraeus with the "General Betray Us' ad.
After the vote, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called it a historic day: "Congress gave the American people an opportunity to hear, in a bipartisan way, why the president's escalation is not the way to go, and heard in a strong, strong voice that we all support our troops."
Liberals still bitching and whining about us making fun of the Magic Negro's girlfriend - "The Teleprompter"
Thursday, March 26, 2009
In a move that will likely get California's consumers in a huff, impending legislation may soon restrict the paint color options for Golden State residents looking for their next new vehicle. The specific colors that are currently on the chopping block are all dark hues, with the worst offender seemingly the most innocuous color you could think of: Black.
What could California possibly have against these colors, you ask? Apparently, the California Air Resources Board figures that the climate control systems of dark colored cars need to work harder than their lighter siblings – especially after sitting in the sun for a few hours. Anyone living in a hot, sunny climate will tell you that this assumption is accurate, of course.
In fact, legislation already exists for buildings that has proven successful at reducing the energy consumption of skyscrapers.So, what's the crux of the problem... can't paint suppliers just come up with new, less heat-absorbent dark paints?
According to Ward's, suppliers have reportedly been testing their pigments and processes to see if it's possible to meet CARB's proposed mandate of 20% solar reflectivity by 2016 with a phase-in period starting in 2012, and things aren't looking good. Apparently, when the proper pigments and chemicals are added to black paint, the resulting color is currently being referred to as "mud-puddle brown." That doesn't sound very attractive, now does it?
Windshields, backlights and sunroofs are also slated to get reflective coatings starting in 2012.When we first heard of this issue, an internal debate immediately began as to whether this might be an elaborate early April Fool's joke, but it isn't. Read through CARB's complete Cool Cars Standards and Test Procedures here (PDF link) for more.
Folks I have a co-worker who use to be in the Kansas Legislature who point blank told me that she would love if gas rose to be over $5 per gallon so it would force us to take energy consumption more seriously and force people (like me who drives a truck) to drive hybrid vehicles.
She actually believes that the American people need to be forced into energy conservation, mandatory recycling, mandatory water reduction ect.
Now I know this has nothing to do with this particular article but individuals like her are beginning to dominate school boards, city councils, county commissions, state legislatures and so on across the country.
If people don’t wake the fuck up and start speaking out about this stupid shit and stop electing these crazy mutherfuckers one day it will be too late.
What is it going to take for folks to be outraged at this nonsense?
To hear GOP Chairman Michael Steele tell it, his recent donnybrook with radio host Rush Limbaugh - and his subsequent apology - were all part of a grand "strategic" plan.
"I'm a cause-and-effect kind of guy," Steele told CNN’s Don Lemon on Wednesday. "So if I do something, there's a reason for it... Even it may look like a mistake, a gaffe. There is a rationale, there is a logic behind it," he said.
Asked by Lemon to explain the strategy behind his statement that Limbaugh remarks were "incendiary" and "ugly," Steele said: "I want to see what the landscape looks like. I want to see who yells the loudest. I want to know who says they're with me but really isn't."
Doing so, he told Lemon, "helps me understand my position on the chess board. It helps me understand, you know, where the enemy camp is and where those who are inside the tent are."
Steele added, "It's all strategic."
Steele’s criticisms of Limbaugh ignited the ire of the Republican base, and drew counter fire from Limbaugh.
"Why do you claim to lead the Republican Party when you seem obsessed with seeing to it President Obama succeeds?" Limbaugh asked on his program.
Steele later backed down, telling Politico: "My intent was not to go after Rush - I have enormous respect for Rush Limbaugh. I was maybe a little bit inarticulate . . . There was no attempt on my part to diminish his voice or his leadership…."
Steele added: "I went back at that tape and I realized words that I said weren't what I was thinking. It was one of those things where I thinking [sic] I was saying one thing, and it came out differently. What I was trying to say was a lot of people … want to make Rush the scapegoat, the bogeyman, and he's not."
Asked by if he were trying to apologize to Limbaugh, Steele replied, "I wasn't trying to offend anybody. So, yeah, if he's offended, I'd say: Look, I'm not in the business of hurting people's feelings here . . . My job is to try to bring us all together."
In the CNN interview with Lemon, Steele also said he “would think about” running for president if the opportunity arose. But he said he would have to think long and hard before he did.
Is he fucken retarded, president… PRESIDENT I wouldn’t vote for Steele for dog catcher. Someone please explain to me why the fuck he keeps opening his mouth?
Folks on the right are giving him the same affirmative action treatment they are giving the Magic Negro. Dude is a fucking idiot and it appears that even the white folks on the right are too scared to call him on his stupidity because he is a Negro.
I know I can’t be the only right leaning dude irritated by his stupidity.
(Cedricmuhammad.com) The news that online revenue for the NCAA’s basketball tournament -March Madness - this year will grow by 30 percent, to an estimated $30 million (as part of an overall near $700 million in TV ad revenue); along with the reports of horrendous college basketball graduation rates makes it clear to me that this cultural exercise – which eventually engrosses and captivates everyone from schoolchildren to boardrooms – has got to be one of the greatest demonstrations in the history of sharecropping, or maybe even pimpery (or might that be pimpology) that I have ever seen.
To think that academia – the home of so many tenured economists and debate champions – gets away with the twisted logic that ‘student-athletes’ that don’t graduate are rewarded for their blood, sweat, and tears with a rich and rewarding campus experience and free education is stunning.
That so many get enjoyment out of the tournament has to be the major reason that otherwise activists, loud mouths, investigative journalists, and social justice advocates turn ‘fans’ - unable to bring the NCAA to its knees on what in any other circumstance would be called exploitation, or a violation of child labor laws, or evasion of the minimum wage.
Now, I understand that the reference to sharecropping is a bit graphic or too much for some, but the analogy fits in the sense that sharecropping was a cash-less society, where the needs of the workers were ‘taken care of’ by those for whom they generated money.
The sharecropper worked, produced a crop that generated cash (that’s why they are called ‘cash crops’) and in exchange they would receive food, clothing, and shelter…but none of the cash they generated.
How soon we forget the report from none other than Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who – with great surprise visited an Alabama plantation in 1965, where he personally encountered sharecroppers who had never before seen U.S. currency.
Now, fast forward to 2009: the coaches get sneaker contracts and million dollar salaries; the TV networks get millions in ad revenue; companies use the imagery of the tournament and its athletes to sell billions in products and services; the universities see their admission levels rise, and get increased revenue for their faculty, facilities, and academic scholarships; whole athletic departments get subsidized in sports that generate next to no revenue (yes, that would be Lacrosse, softball, and fencing); and the basketball teams get….a free education, right?
Well, not really.
Boston Globe columnist Derrick Z. Jackson informs us in his recent “Foul Play On Black Athletes’ Graduation Rates” that:
- Memphis (my pick to win it all) has a 44 percent graduation success rate for its Black basketball players.
- UConn has a graduation rate of 22 percent for its African-American players and only 33 percent for the whole team.
- Missouri has a 25 percent graduation rate for black players and only 36 percent overall.
Jackson writes, “On paper, the top 16 seeds have an average graduation rate of 53 percent for black players. But eight of those 16 are so bad, their average graduation rate for black players is 32 percent. Those teams include five of the top eight seeds: UConn, Louisville, Oklahoma, Michigan State, and Memphis.”
He would like for the teams with poor graduation rates to not be eligible for participation.
I understand where Mr. Jackson is coming from, but his logical expectation grows from a sincere belief that these athletes are being brought to college – by the college – to be students.
Some of us know better.
The athletes masquerading as students are being brought to attend college to do exactly what they are doing – play a sport and generate cash for everyone: TV networks, Fortune 500 corporations, universities, athletic departments, coaches, and talk radio programming…everyone except themselves.
I don’t want these young men out of the tournament because they don’t go to class (or adhere to a training schedule that makes real study unrealistic.)
No, I want them to get paid like everyone else, from the tournament.
Oh…did I mention that it is estimated that close to $3 billion is bet ‘illegally’ on the NCAA tournament? I guess that level of gambling is no big deal these days considering how a $1 quadrillion derivatives market goes unpunished and unregulated even after nearly bringing a global economy down.
[Even my Beloved President Obama has filled out his March Madness brackets, without yet giving a speech on the evils of the ‘derivatives traders,’ whom he is mentioning these days, for the first time.]
So, let the money flow – just give some of it to the “student-athletes” (wink, wink) here is how my system would work:
Every one of the 64 or 65 teams that makes the tournament would :
- get a percentage of the gate at each region where they play (this would provide a greater incentive to fill up the stadiums that looked so miserably empty this weekend). This means each of the 64 teams would get 1/16th of the available gate in the region where they play in week 1, then 1/4th of the available gate at each region would go to those who make it to the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight, and then 1/4th of the available share of the gate for those who make it to the Final Four.
- get a percentage of the TV advertising that is spent on the tournament. According to TNS Media Intelligence, TV advertising for the men’s Division I NCAA basketball tournament has grossed $4.2 billion from 291 different sponsors since 1999. The share could be in proportion to how long a team lasts in the tournament. I want 5 to 10% of that for the “PTP’ers, baby!” (see ESPN’s Dick Vitale for a translation)
The NCAA would have to put the athletes’ share each year in escrow or a trust fund.
Every athlete that participated in the tournament receives their share the year of their scheduled graduation (whether they graduate or not.)
This is not hard to iron out – a Committee of the best experts who worked out the revenue sharing agreements for professional athletes and the major leagues (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL) and those who have done the same with unions and corporations can be assigned the responsibility of working out the details.
The most important first step would be for all of us to take our heads out of the sand and not allow the ‘fun’ of March Madness to obscure the exercise in exploitation that it really is.
I still like Memphis…just not as much.
Folks for some reason today these articles are just leaping off the screen and punching me in the face but I’m just too out if it today to rant. First reparations because whitey exploited the Negros, now Negro athletes are being exploited by whitey so it’s like
“GIMMIE MY MONEY HONKEY”
This rant is not new: Black athletes are 'slaves': NY Times columnist
Panel: Are NU’s black athletes just “exploiting” their bodies?
Every fucken year at this time people post articles and opinion pieces on this topic and I’m thinking who cares. How many times will this issue get rehashed by people who don’t know what the fuck they are talking about processing this argument without processing all the facts behind the issue?
I found this article some time ago: The Logistics of Paying College Athletes and thank goodness I had it bookmarked. This piece processes many of the arguments behind the issue so if you are amongst friends and get drunk and start debating this issue between games it is a good resource.
Let me be clear, I understand why on the surface it looks like the athletes are getting screwed but as someone who played college sports briefly… very briefly, athletes who participate in programs like here at Kansas University are well taken care of.
Any of these kids who come to play for Kansas and I’m sure this applies to other big time programs as well are not just cast out like dirty laundry. They become part of the fabric of the community and are embraced (as long as they don’t do stupid shit.)
As the article points out how do you determine pay scales for athletes who play for lets say USC vs North Dakota State? How do you differentiate between the big time player on your team vs the kid who never gets into a game?
Something else none of these “should college athletes be paid” articles never consider:
How many divisions are going to have to pay players? Will I-AA football teams have to pay players too? What about the bottom of Division I basketball? Will Binghamton of the America East Conference have to pay as much as Wichita State of the MVC will? And will WSU have to pay as much as Duke will?
If the NCAA tries to make some sort of rule saying a program has to make a certain amount of money in order to pay players, there could be some interesting cooking of the books to avoid that threshold for schools that don’t want to pay players. Or, aspiring schools might fudge some numbers to appear above that threshold to get the recruiting benefits that come with paying players.
Folks feel free to Google “should college athletes be paid?” and pick any three articles and they all say the same shit every fucken year. This is the problem with Google University knowledge, you can read the same hollow logic on a topic over and over but few people after reading simply won’t process basic common sense logic, the big picture behind the issue.
College athletes will never EVER be “paid” EVER! So people stop writing these articles until you get you facts and information straight. Folks who write these articles only do so to make themselves feel good and they feel that they are being righteous and brothas who continue to bang out this nonsense are simply playing to their audience of a bunch of minions who see whitey greed as something that needs to be challenged at every turn.
Let me just say what nobody will say.
If black folks across the board were educated, minimizing all of the other issues that result from poor or non existent education that would result increased quality of life, growing up without violence or growing up in two parent households, better health, less drug use, reduced imprisonment staying of the Maury show looking for baby daddies, nobody would care about this issue.
I don’t hear white college athletes complaining about getting “exploited.”
President Obama's call for a post-racial political era apparently hasn't reached Georgia yet.
Frustrated black lawmakers staged a walkout Friday after the Georgia House decided to delay another vote on a resolution that would have honored Obama as a politician with an "uimpeachable reputation for integrity, vision and passion" and made him an honorary member of the black caucus.
Supporters of the resolution, who say it would have been the first such action in the country, claim white Republican legislators are trying to snub the nation's first black president.
"It drips with racism," said state Rep. Al Williams, a Democrat who joined about two dozen black lawmakers outside the chamber. "I call it just like it is."
But Republicans, who control the House and object to the resolution's wording, say the proposal to make Obama an honorary member of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus needs a slight revision.
State Rep. Austin Scott, a Republican who led the charge, said he took exception to language that read "no one could be more worthy of a special honor and recognition by the members of this body and the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus than this extraordinary leader."
Scott, who is running for governor, said if Democrats had taken out the wording "by the members of this body" he would have accepted the proposal. But he said its sponsors refused to budge.
You know folks I post this article and the other about the baggy pants amendment and I want to comment I have this urge to let off steam which would lead to my constant and consistent diatribe attacking Negro for doing more stupid ignorant ass shit, but I’m like fuck, what the hell. Other Negros obviously don’t give a shit and the Negro politicians are obviously too stupid to realize that they look like a bunch of watermelon chomping silly sambos to the rest of the world.
Is it because I’m black that I take these examples of Negro ignorance a little more seriously or the innate sensitivity we Negro have that no matter how much we try to distance ourselves from the “silly Negro” virus either politically or socially we are still effected by it.
Do all of us black folks see the stupidity but simply choose to either ignore it or turn the other way?
Or do I just need to get a cup of coffee and chill!?