Thursday, August 25, 2011

A New Low? “Its Free Swipe Yo EBT” Video Hits Web, Links, Almost Everything We're Taught Is Wrong, Remember when Obama said "adding $4 trillion to debt is unpatriotic" Kerosene Maxine, IDIOT Tea Party Rep Passes Facebook Joke about Killing the Obamas

SHOCK CLAIM: 49% of all babies born receive federally funded food supplements

COPS: Mom validated parking after throwing infant from hospital garage

UPDATE: Baby dies

16-Year-Old Arrested For Raping 68-Year-Old At Chicago Train Station

Obama says adding $4 trillion to debt is unpatriotic - Via the PJ Tatler

“The problem is, is that the way Bush has done it over the last eight years is to take out a credit card from the Bank of China in the name of our children, driving up our national debt from $5 trillion dollars for the first 42 presidents — number 43 added $4 trillion dollars by his lonesome, so that we now have over $9 trillion dollars of debt that we are going to have to pay back — $30,000 for every man, woman and child,” Obama said on July 3, 2008, at a campaign event in Fargo, N.D.

“That’s irresponsible. It’s unpatriotic,” said candidate Obama.

However, in less than three years in office, Obama has driven up the national debt by $4 trillion himself.
Kerosene Maxine to Tea Party: "Go to Hell!" - Townhall

By Larry Elder
"I'm not afraid of anybody. ... And as far as I'm concerned, the tea party can go straight to hell." -- Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif.

Waters' list of insults, vulgarities and blame-whitey scapegoating easily makes her the Al Sharpton of Congress.

Let's go to the videotape:
Waters once said of the then-sitting president: "I would like to ... say ... very clearly that I believe George (H.W.) Bush is a racist." She routinely refers to the Republican Party as "the enemy." She also referred to Republican former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan as a "plantation owner."

She called the 1992 Los Angeles riots a "rebellion," and bellowed, "No justice, no peace!" She defended looters: "There were mothers who took this as an opportunity to take some milk, to take some bread, to take some shoes. Maybe they shouldn't have done it, but the atmosphere was such that they did it. They are not crooks." Waters said: "One lady said her children didn't have any shoes. She just saw those shoes there, a chance for all of her children to have new shoes. Goddamn it! It was such a tear-jerker. I might have gone in and taken them for her myself."

In 1973, the former Black Panther Joanne Chesimard shot and killed a New Jersey state trooper. Found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison, Chesimard escaped from a New Jersey penitentiary and fled to Cuba. Congress passed a resolution urging Castro to extradite her to this country. But Waters wrote Castro a letter, urging him to keep the "persecuted ... political activist" and likened the cop killer to Martin Luther King, since Chesimard had been "persecuted for her civil rights work"!

Waters wrote a foreword for a book, "Dark Alliance," that accused the CIA of playing a prominent role in the Los Angeles area drug trade. Never mind that practically every major newspaper -- The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and The Washington Post -- all examined and rejected the charge. She even pressured former CIA director John Deutch into coming to Los Angeles to explain the CIA's alleged role. During a town hall meeting, Waters bellowed, "If I never do anything else in this career as a member of Congress, I am going to make somebody pay for what they have done to my community and to my people!"

Almost Everything We're Taught Is Wrong

By John Stossel
We grow up learning that some things are just bad: child labor, ticket scalping, price gouging, kidney selling, blackmail, etc. But maybe they're not.

What I love about economics is that it can show that what seems harmful is actually good for society. It illuminates what common sense overlooks.

This is all covered in the eye-opening book "Defending the Undefendable" by economist Walter Block.

Most people call child labor an unmitigated evil. David Boaz of the Cato Institute and Nick Gillespie of say that's wrong.

"If we say that the United States should abolish child labor in very poor countries," Boaz said, "then what will happen to these children? ... They're not suddenly going to go to the country day school. ... They may be out selling their bodies on the street. That is not an improvement over working in a t-shirt factory."

In fact, studies show that in at least one country where child labor was suddenly banned, prostitution increased. Good economics teaches that as poor countries get richer and freer, capital investment raises the productivity of labor and child labor diminishes. There's no shortcut through government prohibition -- unless you like starvation and child prostitution.


If You Want To Purchase A Home, You Should Act Your Own Wage
It seemed like another regular day in the life of the Mack family. It was Saturday morning, and my mother had just cooked breakfast for my brother and me. After cleaning the apartment, it was time for her to take us on the normal Saturday errands. The post office, the dry cleaners, and the grocery store were among the places that we had to pay a visit to. However, this Saturday called for a slightly different change of plans. The lease on the apartment was getting close to expiring, and Carol had been having dreams of owning her own house. So, instead of driving straight home, my mom took out her paper of previously circled properties, and drove past two or three of them to inspect the neighborhood. As she tapped on the window towards properties of preference, being only nine at the time, I remembered becoming increasingly more impatient as she prolonged my snack time. My mother had the dream that millions in the US have…the dream of owning your own home.

To own your own home is not a small venture, and requires a lot of thought. I am sure that many would agree that the process is very long, tedious, time consuming, and perpetually costly. Whichever home you purchase, you must make that decision responsibly. The amount that you pay on your home, and the payments that you are required to make to retain your property will have a huge effect on your future financial state.
If you are not wealthy but want to be someday, never purchase a home that requires a mortgage that is more than twice your household’s total annual realized income. (The Millionaire Next Door- Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko)

While I believe that this over-simplifies the situation, the thought behind it is very true. If you want to purchase a home, you should act your own wage. Make sure that you purchase a home within the amounts that you can afford to pay. I have seen many people go out to look for a new home without any idea of exactly how much they can afford to pay. I urge every one of you to take some time to sit down and do the math before beginning the hunt to look for a home.

Ok I am reading this and laughing the entire time because this article apparently shows just how dumb society has gotten. Now consider this article was posted on a black website so I guess money logic is absent from the Negro mindset.
Now don’t get me wrong white people are far guiltier of the “keeping up with the Jones’s” mentality than black folks are.
Remember the commercial with the white dude on the riding lawnmower with his beautiful home and cars in the background, manicured lawn, white picket fence ect saying “I’m in debt up to my eyeballs, someone please help me’
Homes, cars and such are ego boosters and a way of building and maintaining some sense of importance and self-esteem.
Most Americans live beyond their means, it is the American way. If your debts were posted publically on the side of your big beautiful home people would think twice about biting off more than they can financially chew.
I hear people all the time talking about how broke they are and still will spend money as if it their last day on earth. So many people I see complaining about living paycheck to paycheck will be driving a car nicer than mine, with some high-tech device planted on the side of their face.
Have I been guilty of such, to an extent? Yes. When I did buy my two homes I did purchase decent homes but were within my financial scope.
My guilty pleasure is cars, frankly I had way too many cars, but bottom line I never purchased anything that put me in a significant financial burden.
I watched the other day on the news this lady talking about her dream of home ownership and how this financial crisis was about to put her out of her home. What disturbed me was she kept going on and on about “her right to home ownership.” When did owning a home become a fucking right?
Again consider this article, you mean to tell me that people are so stupid that you have to lecture them on common fucking sense when it comes to money and home ownership.
Owning a home is not just about the cost of a mortgage. Maintaining the home requires many thoughts. Things like the roof, furnace, air conditioning, your water heater, carpet vs no carpet, safety, security, maintaining the landscape and things like your water bill for maintaining a nice landscape and let’s not forget property taxes and where you purchase your home will it maintain value.
Was I taught this… not really. But this is no different than knowing that you have to wipe your ass after taking a shit and washing your hands after doing so.
How is it that some folks can be so dumb that they do not understand the basic concept of not purchasing more of a home than they can afford.
This is why we have this crisis, this is why our economy is crumbling and why so many Americans are drowning is debt; and all of this is driven by personal pride and ego while common sense is left by the waste side.


A New Low? “Its Free Swipe Yo EBT” Video Hits Web

For those of you who think I am overly harsh and critical of Negros this is another example of the kind of ridiculously moronic behavior that is disintegrating the minds of Negro youth and why if it does not change quick I guarantee you WE ALL will be paying the price. American is only as strong as its weakest link.


Tea Party Rep Passes Facebook Joke about Killing the Obamas

Shery Lanford Smith, the chairwoman of Sumter Tea Party in South Carolina has gotten the attention of the nation after circulating a joke about killing Michelle and Barack Obama. The joke involves a helicopter pilot stating that he could make 256 million people happy by throwing both of the Obamas out the window.

Smith claims that the joke has been circulating for a very long time, and has used the names of various political figures in the past. When asked about the joke, she simply said, “It’s just a joke…I had no idea it would be an issue.”

What makes Smith’s joke into an issue is that President Obama and his family are constantly receiving death threats, more than any president in the history of the United States. Also, some attribute the death threats to be driven by negative energy being created by the Tea Party.

What did I say in the previous post; apparently idiot rednecks lack common fucking sense too. I’m going to say it again, eliminate some of your so-called Facebook friends and stop posting stupid personal shit and opinions on Facebook you idiot bastards!!

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