Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Wanna Know Why Black Youth Are So Fucked Up? (Read) - Rising black social pathology - Looks like all young people are fucked up - The Jersey Shore-ification Of Our Young People - Obama On Failed Promise To Cut Deficit In Half - A Majority of Catholics Got What They Voted For - The ‘Progressive’ Legacy - Chimichanga is the new macaca

Ok I know many of you white people have no fucking clue who Too Short is and if you don’t no biggie. But I know as right wing Negro blogger many of you white people seem flabbergasted by some of the shit coming out of the black community, and you can’t say what I can say or else you would be labeled RACISTS! Shit like saggy pants, rampant crime, voting for Obama and some might think where are the role models? Well people the role models are Too Short, M.I.A (the idiot chick that flipped the bird during the Super Bowl halftime show), Rihanna or jewel thief Alan Iverson. Ignorance, pure silliness, ghetto fabulous decadence and this fake ass thug culture stupidity that compels an over the hill rapper advocating to young boys in an interview sticking their finger up the dresses of young black girls who are already under daily assault. Think I’m exaggerating? Check out the Valentines card below the story WRITTEN BY AN 8TH GRADER! There are no positive role models and we wonder why black youth can’t read or write, have children while they are children, don’t finish school and celebrate the election of a president because he is black and claiming that they don’t have to worry about paying their mortgage or putting gas in their cars.

 Outrage Continues In Wake Of Too Short “Advice” Video - The Grio was one of the first news outlets to break the story. Twitter has been afire with chatter about the video, and an online petition has been circulated calling for the firing of XXL editor Vanessa Satten.
The Too Short interview was transcribed by TheGrio:
“When you get to late middle school, early high school and you start feeling a certain way about the girls… I’m gonna tell you a couple tricks,” Too Short said in the video. “A lot of the boys are going to be running around trying to get kisses from the girls… We’re going way past that. I’m taking you to the hole.”
Then, the 45-year-old rapper, whose real name is Todd Anthony Shaw, asks women off camera to “cover their ears” to avoid being offended. Short then describes a scenario in graphic detail. “You push her up against the wall,” he continued. “You take your finger and put a little spit on it and you stick your finger in her underwear and you rub it on there and watch what happens.”
Yesterday, published an apology in which Satten claimed ignorance of the video prior to its publication:
Many readers found the tone and content of the interview to be offensive and were angered that it was allowed to post on the website. “I agree with their perspective,” says Vanessa Satten, XXL Editor-in-Chief. “I do not see all content before it goes live. When I saw this video, I was truly offended and thought it crossed the line. I had it taken down immediately. I am disappointed that an employee decided to post it and I am putting internal procedures in place to make sure content like this does not go on the site. The video goes against my value system and represents poor judgment on behalf of the individual who posted it.”
XXL apologizes to anyone who was offended by the video and assures readers that the brand does not condone this type of content posting on the site and it is making internal changes to avoid any similar content being posted in the future.
XXL also relayed an apology from Too Short:
I want to apologize to anyone I may have offended with the XXL video interview I recently did. When I got on camera I was in Too $hort mode and had a lapse of judgement.I would never advise a child or young man to do these things, it’s not how I get down. Although I have made my career on dirty raps, I have worked over the years to somewhat balance the content of my music with giving back to the community. Just coming from a man who wants to see young people get ahead in life, I’m gonna do my best to to help and not hurt. If you’re a young man or a kid who looks up to me, don’t get caught up in the pimp, player, gangster hip-hop personas. Just be yourself.
Jerry Barrow, senior editor of NewsOne’s sister site, TheUrbanDaily, spoke to Too Short for the site on the same day the rapper gave his XXL interview.
“He was very respectful,” Barrow said. “Even during the interviews he kept asking, ‘Do you want me to do it ‘Too Short’ style or do you want me to do it straight?’ It was a very chill vibe in the office. Too Short had us doing Soul Train lines in the hallway.”
One moment in TheUrbanDaily’s interview with Too Short did give Barrow pause: “When he said that he likes younger women, as an older man. Obviously, we know his history. The last thing we expencted was what we read on the XXL site.”


Rising black social pathology - Human Events

By Walter Williams
 The Philadelphia Inquirer's big story Feb. 4 was about how a budget crunch at the Philadelphia School District had caused the district to lay off 91 school police officers. Over the years, there's been no discussion of what has happened to our youth that makes a school police force necessary in the first place. The Inquirer's series "Assault on Learning" (March 2011) reported that in the 2010 school year, "690 teachers were assaulted; in the last five years, 4,000 were." The newspaper reported that in Philadelphia's 268 schools, "on an average day 25 students, teachers, or other staff members were beaten, robbed, sexually assaulted, or victims of other violent crimes. That doesn't even include thousands more who are extorted, threatened, or bullied in a school year."
I graduated from Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin High School in 1954. Franklin's students were from the poorest North Philadelphia neighborhoods -- such as the Richard Allen housing project, where I lived -- but there were no policemen patrolling the hallways. There were occasional after-school fights -- rumbles, we called them -- but within the school, there was order. Students didn't use foul language to teachers, much less assault them.
How might one explain the greater civility of Philadelphia and other big-city, predominantly black schools during earlier periods compared with today? Would anyone argue that during the '40s and '50s, back when Williams attended Philadelphia schools, there was less racial discrimination and poverty and there were greater opportunities for blacks and that's why academic performance was higher and there was greater civility? Or how about "in earlier periods, there was more funding for predominantly black schools"? Or how about "in earlier periods, black students had more black role models in the forms of black principals, teachers and guidance counselors"? If such arguments were to be made, it would be sheer lunacy. If white and black liberals and civil rights leaders want to make such arguments, they'd best wait until those of us who lived during the '40s and '50s have departed the scene.


Chaka Khan's favorite memory of Whitney Houston: 'Getting high together'


 CPAC: The Jersey Shore-ification Of Our Young People —  MelissaBlog
Erick Erickson wrote a must-read piece to the young men of the conservative movement. It’s good stuff and especially important considering men are to be future leaders at home, at church, etc.
Women will be future leaders, too, and I was dismayed to see how many of them either looked frumpish or like two-bit whores.
First, are these young people being taught anything by their parents? I was at another service-oriented gathering of young women where the girls were in tight bandeau-skirts (you know, the kind of tube-top skirts that hookers wear on street corners?). They were sitting with their mothers. What is going on here?
Second, have women so internalized feminist dogma that they see themselves in only two ways? Butch, men-lite wannabes or 3rd wave sluts who empower themselves by screwing every available horndog man?
Neither path is a way to self-love and respect, mind you. Both tracks will inhibit future success.
Women, if you’re at a conference where you’re learning to be a future politician or wish to succeed in the business of politics, dress the part. No, you don’t have to be in a business suit with pearls. However, modesty is a minimum.

Obama On Failed Promise To Cut Deficit In Half: "Recession Turned Out To Be A Lot Deeper" - RCP 
 In an interview with Atlanta's local Fox affiliate WAGA-TV Preisdent Obama explains why he was unable to cut the deficit in half in his first term, a promise he made as a candidate. Obama was lobbed the question by a sympathetic reporter who said he is getting "pelted in the media" for making a campaign promise he did not keep. "Well we're not there because this recession turned out to be a lot deeper than any of else realized," Obama said about his inability to cut the deficit in half. "Everybody who is out there back in 2009, if you look back what their estimates were in terms of how many jobs had been lost, how bad the economy had contracted when I took office everybody had underestimated it. People thought that the economy contracted 3%, it turns it was close to 9%. We lost 8 million jobs just in a year's span, about half a year before I took office and about a half a year after I took office," Obama said.
 The cost of Obama’s presidency: $17,000 per person — or about $70,000 for a family of four.

 An economy drowning in Obama's 'fairness.'

 In the world according to Obama, not raising taxes is a form of government spending.

 The final cost of Obama’s grand stimulus plan: $831 billion.

Just a Taste of a Second Obama Term - Canada Free Press

First, he came for the General Motors bondholders, but the religious leaders were not GM bondholders, so they did not speak up. Then he came for the oil companies, but they were not oil company executives, and again they did not speak up. Next, he came for control of the nation’s health care system, and again they saw no threat — in fact, many of them supported his plan.

We were told we had to pass the plan to could find out what was in it. Then he came for our freedom of religion, and we found out what was in it: pure, unadulterated tyranny.
In a stunning exercise of raw, unconstitutional power, Barack Obama now tells people of faith that their rights do not come from God, as guaranteed by the Declaration of Independence and the First Amendment to the Constitution, but rather from him. The right to practice one’s religion is now codified in the so-called Affordable Care Act of 2010, otherwise known as Obamacare.

Last week, Obama announced that religious organizations would be required to include birth control and abortifacient devices and medications in the health care plans they provide for their employees. When it became clear that America’s Christian leaders would not stand for this, Obama is said to have “backed down.” In reality, he did no such thing.

 A Majority of Catholics Got What They Voted For - Godfather Politics via What Bubba Knows

 Yup. EXACTLY what they voted for. And more on the way.
Now that the chickens have come home to roost, the Roman Catholic hierarchy are in shock that they’re going to have to pay for mandated medical procedures. They knew mandates were part of the legislation when they pushed their fellow Catholics to support it. In fact, they knew about them when it was HillaryCare.
The Catholic Bishops, it serves them right. They’re the ones who were really hot for Obamacare, with a few exceptions. But they were all in favor of this. And this is what it looks like when the government decides it’s going to make your healthcare choices for you.

Payroll tax cut, unemployment benefits: Tentative deal reached  
$100 billion cost would be added to the deficit.

BUDGET BUST: Obama's deficit spending $17k per person, $70k per family...  

Mitt Romney attempts to convince Sarah Palin he's 'conservative enough'
Mitt Romney on Wednesday defended his conservative bona fides following doubts expressed by Sarah Palin.  The former Alaskan governor and vice presidential candidate told Fox News Sunday that she is "not convinced" by Romney's conservative instincts, indicating he may not be conservative "enough" for her. "And I don't think that the majority of GOP and Independent voters are convinced, and that is why you don't see Romney get over that hump," she said.

Chimichanga is the new macaca


 The ‘Progressive’ Legacy - Townhall (Thomas Sowell) 
 Although Barack Obama is the first black President of the United States, he is by no means unique, except for his complexion. He follows in the footsteps of other presidents with a similar vision, the vision at the heart of the Progressive movement that flourished a hundred years ago.

 Many of the trends, problems and disasters of our time are a legacy of that era. We can only imagine how many future generations will be paying the price — and not just in money — for the bright ideas and clever rhetoric of our current administration.

 The two giants of the Progressive era — Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson — clashed a century ago, in the three-way election of 1912. With the Republican vote split between William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt’s newly created Progressive Party, Woodrow Wilson was elected president, so that the Democrats’ version of Progressivism became dominant for eight years.

What Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson had in common, and what attracts some of today’s Republicans and Democrats, respectively, who claim to be following in their footsteps, was a vision of an expanded role of the federal government in the economy and a reduced role for the Constitution of the United States.

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