Monday, June 6, 2011

Liberal Media Hates Uppity Negros, Don’t Quote the Bible to Score Political Points, Dean: Palin Can Beat Obama, Fifth Grader Already Picking Out Jail Cell – Parents Proud, Democrats Are All Weiners, Obama’s Internet Takeover

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Are Time and Mark Halperin Racist? Herman Cain Omitted Twice in GOP Oddsmaking
Twice in the last two weeks has Time magazine devoted a page to Mark Halperin's oddsmaking on who will be the Republican nominee -- the May 23 issue (page 35) and the June 6 issue (page 16). Twice, there's been no mention of Herman Cain. The GOP cast of contenders is lily-white. This seems odd, since Cain participated in the first presidential debate on May 5 to high praise and formally announced on May 21. Are Time and Halperin racists? They can't say they're unaware that Cain is running.

They can't say that Cain is too much of a long shot. In the first set of odds, Halperin put Michele Bachmann at 1,000-to-1. (The best odds in order were to Romney, Huckabee, Daniels, Pawlenty, Huntsman, Gingrich, and Palin, second to last at 60 to 1.) In the second set, Huckabee and Daniels were removed from the list, and Santorum (at 500 to 1) and Ron Paul (at 2,000 to 1) were added. Bachmann was still at 1,000 to 1. Halperin also added "Mystery Candidate" -- but named those (Rick Perry, Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, and Jeb Bush.)

Time magazine should really have to explain this remarkable (double) oversight of a black Republican.

I’m still amazed that this Negro conservative bashing and media avoidance still goes on.


Herman Cain taking aim at other Christian conservatives
After our interview, Cain asked me about the other candidate speeches I’ve seen covering FFC this year. There was no indication that Cain had seen them. I mentioned that Bachmann had highlighted her remarks with a prayer —she led the crowd in a long, politically-tinged prayer ending in “Amen” at the end of her remarks Friday.

In a similar vein, former Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-MN) recited a Bible verse during his speech Friday night, while many in the audience spoke the words from memory along with him.

Cain is no stranger to leading prayers — he’s an associate minister at Antioch Baptist Church North in Atlanta — and there’s little doubt he will be warmly greeted by the evangelical audience here.
But Cain said that the prayerful moments, which were well-received when Bachmann and Pawlenty delivered them yesterday, smacked of candidates trying a little too hard.

“Well, that sounds like the ultimate pander,” he said, dismissively.

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Hill Howard Dean: Yes, Palin could beat Obama

Nice try Howard... but we all know that any political insider who knows better knows that Palin could not beat Obama unless dude is caught in the bathtub with Bin Ladin.
However I do believe that Democrats want her to join the race as soon as possible. The sooner she enters the race the faster she will pour through the money, be more open to political and personal scrutiny and she will no doubt take the spotlight from candidates who have a better chance at beating Obama and will dry up the money train earlier for those candidates.

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Fifth grader breaks teacher’s nose

A fifth grader at Adelanto Community Day School was taken into custody on Thursday after he punched his teacher in the face over a classroom seating dispute.

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WEINER WEEK: NEW PHOTOS? NEW DRAMA? WILL HE SURVIVE? DEVELOPING...

More Weiner Messages to Young Girls? Evidence the Media Was Duped into Dropping the Investigation
Wasserman-Schultz on Weinergate: It's Okay, He's a Democrat
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Radical Anti-First Amendment Group Consulted With FCC To Push Obama's Internet Takeover
Judicial Watch has obtained documents that show that Free Press, a progressive group funded by George Soros and other leftist benefactors was colluding with the FCC to push through its plan for the government control of the internet known also known as net neutrality.

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Bringing Home the Wrong Race
I had never realized how widespread the issue was and how many families had had that same hidden conversation with their children about who was worthy of their love and who, specifically, was not.
Parents who taught their children that all people should be given the same opportunities in education, real estate, business and friendship, but who later, around the time their children hit puberty, started amending and tarnishing those values with an exception that went something along the lines of: “But you can’t love one of them.”

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Kansas City Containing Minorities

Democrats are implementing what they call a “pilot program” to step up police controls. This new program is being trumpeted as a way to curb violence in certain neighborhoods. But as with all things that Liberals attempt to do “to help,” you have to investigate the meaning behind the meaning.

As this article explains:
“In recent years, a 16-block area along Armour Boulevard has racked up seven homicides, 74 aggravated assaults and more than 100 robberies.

Those statistics from 2008 through 2010 made the neighborhood one of the highest-crime areas in Kansas City.

Let me translate for you, in case you missed it: This is a black “area.”

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