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have gotten angry and has decided not to give any more.
Brian J. Antal, president of the Mahoning County St. Vincent De Paul
Society, confirmed that donors have begun an exodus in
protest over Ryan's embarrassment. The monetary losses have been
big. "It appears to be a substantial amount," Antal said. "You can
rest assured there has been a substantial backlash."
Monday, October 22, 2012
Philadelphia: Although the voter ID law was denied in Philadelphia, today, Monday, October 22, 2012 they are
running ads that say that voters must have a voter ID
Florida, Dade Country: A man said he has been living in the same house for the past 36 years and was sent a
letter telling him to verify his address, age etc
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Thursday, October 25, 2012
Friday, October 26, 2012
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
supports Obama. I was floored. Alternatively, I have
never heard of No Doubt, but as an one who is eclectic when it comes
to music, I feel it is my duty to listen to their music and pass it on to my
Oh and as a Trekkie, I must be sure to pass on the information about
Leonard Nimoy to my Trekkie brother, Rob. (Do not forget the Vulcan
salute: "Live long and prosper!")
Although I watch Revenge, I do not recall Amber Valletta. Hmmm.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
|Monday, September 17, 2012
GDP has been growing since 2009
Americans net worth is up $10 trillion dollars since 2009
Both Auto and Retail sales are up, along with Home sales
Under President Obama, Bin Laden is dead and GM is alive
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Thursday, September 20, 2012
jobs for our veterans in federal land and both the fire and police department. The Bill began as a Bill with several
Republican sponsors and it did not add to the national debt. However, majority of the Republicans blocked the Bill.
A Few More Facts:
were Mexican so that he too could take advantage of America.
When the hidden video of Mitt Romney first aired, you can hear him talking about negatively about Mexicans.
Today, he tried to clean it up during the Univision Q&A, but he STILL messed up by calling them "illegal aliens." They
are NOT illegal aliens, but instead "Undocumented Workers."
When the hidden video of Mitt Romney first aired, you can hear him saying that people on welfare abusing welfare.
But today, after he finally realized that his parents were on welfare, he said that everyone needs help…and said that his
Dad was on welfare.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Friday, September 28, 2012
covered by most media news except for one: Fox News.
The rally was held in Beallsville, Ohio, thick with miners from the
Century coal mine, owned by Murray Energy, a major donor to
Republican causes. Within days of the rally, Murray employees
contacted a nearby morning talk radio host, David Blomquist, to say
they were forced to attend the August 14 event at the mine.
Murray closed the mine the day of the rally, saying it was necessary for
security and safety, then docked miners their pay for those hours.
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"the biggest fairy tale I've ever seen." (2008)
Buck Burnette, the Texas Longhorn lineman Buck Burnette was booted from the university's football team
after posting as his Facebook status, as quoted by NCAA Football Fanhouse, "all the hunters gather up, we
have a #$ &er in the whitehouse." (November 2008)
Chaffey Community Republican Women, Federated, a California women's GOP group, put out a newsletter
with an image of "Obama Bucks" – food stamps with Obama's head on a donkey surrounded by fried chicken,
watermelon and ribs. (October 2008)
Former Florida GOP Leader and former chairman of the Hillsborough County Republican Party, David Storck
forwarded an e-mai written by GOP volunteer Ron Whitley that said, "I see carloads of black Obama
supporters coming from the inner city to cast their votes for Obama. This is their chance to get a black
president and they seem to care little that he is at minimum, socialist, and probably Marxist in his core
beliefs. After all, he is black — no experience or accomplishments — but he is black." (October 2008)
Virginia GOP Leader Bobby May, then treasurer of the Buchanan County Republican Party, wrote a column
for the Virginia Voice shortly before Obama's election questioning whether Obama would change the American
flag to include the Islamic symbol or divert more aid to Africa so "the Obama family there can skim enough to
allow them to free their goats and live the American Dream." (October 2008)
As Obama's presidential bid heated up in April 2008, U.S. Rep. Geoff Davis (R-Kentucky) said, "That boy's
finger does not need to be on the button," according to a blog in the Lexington Herald-Leader, referring to the
country's nuclear arsenal. (April 2008)
The one-time Democratic vice presidential candidate, Geraldine Ferraro made headlines while working on
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's presidential bid for saying Obama's candidacy wouldn't have been so
successful if he weren't black. "If Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position," Ferraro told
reporters. She left the Clinton campaign shortly after. (March 2008)
Settling down to watch the annual showing of "A Charlie Brown Christmas," Mayor Russ Wiseman (Arlington,
Tenn.) was irked to find the Christmas favorite had been pre-empted by Obama's speech announcing efforts to
send more troops to Afghanistan. He took to Facebook, lashing out at Obama for being a "Muslim president."
"Try to convince me that wasn't done on purpose," Wiseman posted, according to the Memphis Commercial
Appeal. "Ask the man if he believes that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and he will give you a 10 minute
dissertation (sic) about it .w.hen the answer should simply be 'yes.'" (December 2009)
U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, (R-Kan.) congresswoman raised eyebrows when she told a public forum
"Republicans are struggling right now to find the great white hope." (August 2009)
Dr. David McKalip, a Florida neurosurgeon and healthcare reform opponent sent out an e-mail containing an
image of Obama as an African witch doctor, dressed in a loin cloth and with a bone through his nose. Underneath
the picture were the words "Obama Care: Coming Soon to a Clinic Near You." (July 2009)
Glenn Beck, former host of "Fox and Friends" said the president was racist. While discussing the arrest of
black Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr., Beck said Obama had repeatedly shown that he is "a guy who
has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture. I don't know what it is." When it was noted
that Obama's administration was largely white, Beck continued, "I'm not saying he doesn't like white people,
I'm saying he has a problem. This guy is, I believe, a racist." (July 2009)
The Merced Sun-Star newspaper revealed that Atwater, California Councilman Gary Frago sent several
racist emails, including a comparison between Barack Obama and O.J. Simpson and a crack about Michelle
Obama posing in National Geographic. (July 2009)
Rusty DePass, the longtime South Carolina GOP activist responded to a Facebook post about an escaped
gorilla at the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia when he wrote, "I'm sure it's just one of Michelle's ancestors –
probably harmless." He later confirmed that he was referring to First Lady Michelle Obama. "I am as sorry as
I can be if I offended anyone," he said. "The comment was clearly in jest." (June 2009)
Tennessee State GOP Staffer Sherri Goforth, the legislative aid for Republican State Sen. Diane Black was
reprimanded for forwarding an e-mail image showing all the presidential portraits, with Barack Obama appearing
only as a set of white eyes on a black background. She later told the online publication NashvilleisTalking.com
that she only felt bad about sending it to the wrong list of people. (June 2009)
Marilyn Davenport, an elected official in the Republican Party of Orange County, California, circulated an
email depicting Obama and his parents as chimps, she initially defended the image as "political satire." (2009)
GOP activist Mike Green, the South Carolina businessman, whose communications company worked on the
gubernatorial campaign of U.S. Rep. J. Gresham Barrett, was caught by the Indigo Journal tweeting, "I just
heard Obama was going to impose a 40% tax on aspirin because it's white and it works." (June 2009)
Rush Limbaugh, the conservative radio host has been cited for a series of remarks that liberal Media Matters
for America has concluded are racially charged statements. Among them, are Limbaugh saying in June Obama
was "behaving like an African colonial despot" and calling Obama an "angry black guy" a month later. Early
on in Obama's White House bid, Limbaugh was flamed for playing "Barack, the Magic Negro" to the tune of
"Puff the Magic Dragon" on his show. (June 2009)
Texas GOP Leader Diann Jones and vice president of the Collin County Republican Party in Texas, forwarded
an e-mail to area Republican clubs calling a state-sponsored firearm tax "another terrific idea from the black
house and its minions." (May 2009)
Sean Delonas, the cartoonist caused a firestorm after his cartoon appeared in the New York Post depicting
two police officers, one with a smoking gun, standing over a dead chimpanzee with the words, "They'll have to
find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." The cartoonist was inspired by the mauling of a Connecticut
woman by a pet chimp which was shot and killed by police officers. (February 2009)
One of several high-profile politicians to merit a mention in the controversial book "Game Change," Harry
Reid, a Democrat and longtime Obama ally, was cited in the book for describing the president before his election
as a "'light-skinned' African American, 'with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.'" (January
Mike Parry, then a GOP Senate candidate, was found to have scrubbed several tweets from his Twitter
account, including one that described Obama as a "power hungry arrogant black man." Neither Parry nor his
campaign manager returned calls or e-mail seeking comment, but later said, "My opinion is that our president
is arrogant and angry. The fact is that he is a black man." (January 2010)
As Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews" reflected on Obama State of the Union
address, he dropped the line, "I forgot he was black for an hour," while discussing the apparent lack of racial
overtones during the speech. Later, Matthews tried to clarify his comments on "The Rachel Maddow Show" by
explaining that he was delighted to see race had no place in the State of the Union address after growing up in a
country divided by race. "It wasn't even in the room tonight," he said. (January 2010)
Pat Buchannan refers to President Obama as "boy." (August 2011)
Representative Doug Lamborn (R-CO) said dealing with President Obama in the debt ceiling negotiations was
"like touching a tar baby". (August 2011)
Pat Buchanan responded to Al Sharpton's comment regarding tax cuts: “Please don’t throw me under the
briar patch!” The term Briar Patch, is a saying typically meant to indicate reverse psychology that happens to
come from “Uncle Remus and Legends of the Old Plantation” fable that gave us the term “tar baby”. (The terms
“Br’er Rabbi” and "tar baby" seem to be more common now that Barack Obama is leading this Nation.) (2012)
Newt Gingrich has reported several times that Obama is pretending to be "normal" but actually seems to be
engaged in "Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior". "Following a Kenyan, anti-colonial worldview." Gingrich has also
asked, "What if [Obama] is so outside our comprehension, that only if you understand Kenyan, anti-
colonial behavior, can you begin to piece together [his actions]?" Another quote from Gingrich about
President Obama, "This is a person who is fundamentally out of touch with how the world works, who
happened to have played a wonderful con, as a result of which he is now president." He goes on to say, "I
think he worked very hard at being a person who is normal, reasonable, moderate, bipartisan,
transparent, accommodating -- none of which was true," Gingrich continues. "In the Alinksy tradition, he
was being the person he needed to be in order to achieve the position he needed to achieve . . . He was
authentically dishonest." (Date Unknown)
During the healthcare reform debates, the Tea Party and Republicans accused the President Obama of
"stealing white Americans’ money to pay for his homies health insurance." (Date Unknown)
When President Obama instructed the DEA to back off medical marijuana users, the chatter was that he was
repaying the “bros” in the ghetto for their votes. (Date Unknown)
Former President Bill Clinton was one of many politicians called out in Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's
new book "Game Change." In the book, they said Clinton caught flak from Obama's campaign for reportedly
telling the late Sen. Ted Kennedy of Obama, "A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee."
highest priority was making President Obama a one term president. (2008)
South Carolina Republican Rep. Joe Wilson yelled, "You lie" during the State of the Union
Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner said first lady Michelle Obama "has a large posterior,"
a comment critics called racist and sexist. (2010)
During the summer Tea Party rallies, there was a plethora of derogatory and racially
tinged signs. (2010)
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer was seen wagging her finger at Obama while on a Phoenix
airport tarmac during his visit there. (2012)
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|Thursday, November 1, 2012
However, when she went to vote, they said her voting rights have been taken away due to her felony. Before Rich
Scott, this wasn’t a problem but now that he's governor, things have changed. For ex-felons, it takes five years on a
nonviolent crime to appeal to the clemency board to have your voting rights restored. For a violent crime, it is 7
years. The people at 1-866-My-Vote1 suggests that people in this situation, to call the Secretary of State in Florida
and tell them your situation.
Louisiana: A young girl said she has not received her voter registration card. This young lady has the legal right
to vote. The people at the 1866-my-vote1 hotline suggests that in a case like this, it is best to call and stay on the
line with the Secretary of State as well as call 1-866-MY-Vote1 for instructions on voting by provisional ballot.
Ohio: An older man called 1-866-My-Vote1 and reported that Ohio's Secretary of State Jon Husted is in a
commercial TV ad telling people they can cast their ballot via telephone. THIS IS NOT TRUE! It has been
reported that this LIE is going on in Virginia and Indiana. Indiana is under investigation.
Florida: It has been reported that the lines are extremely long.
Iowa: You do NOT need a photo ID to vote.
Wisconsin: You do NOT need a photo ID to vote.
It has been reported that there are voter suppression tactics going on in Florida and Pennsylvania.
Although the voter ID law in Pennsylvania was struck down, State-sponsored ads are still telling residents they
have to show ID.
Seniors in Florida, Indiana, and Virginia are getting phone calls falsely claiming that they can vote by phone.
Voters in Florida are receiving fake letters saying that their citizenship is being investigated.
Friday, November 2, 2012
families,educate themselves enough to edit the Harvard Law Review, and work hard enough to become
President of the United States, only to threaten to assassinate them when they do?
2.) Have son, Tagg Romney to invest in ADDITIONAL voting machines
3.) Have pollsters to put voting ballots in trunk of car
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Monday, November 5, 2012
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Since the Word of God began
to be preached to the
gentiles, men have tried to
guide the ship or path that
Christians should take or
what laws they should obey.
No matter who they claim to
be, men have come and gone
from this world, many
claiming to be working in the
name of God and few
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My experiences with the
police in Colorado is
somewhat memorable. From
what I can remember, there
was the time when I was
either driving to or coming
from work, and I was
driving near Curtis Park
when I noticed a policeman
giving this guy a ticket.
While I was watching
someone else get a ticket, I
rolled-stopped through a
stop sign, and before I knew
it, there were red and blue
lights coming up from
behind me. What made me
think that there would only
be one officer in that area, is
beyond me. The Curtis Park
area was known for some
type of criminal activity, so
I should have been aware.
|Keeba's Health Care
Just like most Politicians,
Community Leaders and
Activists, I am so egotistical,
that I felt I could write a
healthcare reform bill better
than any Democrat or
Republican. Here’s mine...
I always deemed him to be
an intelligent man that
could see the forest before
the trees. But… hmmm. I
feel differently. He’s not
as smart as I thought he
When the Dems first began
pushing healthcare reform, I
kept watching the
opponents and I could not
help but to think that they
are a bunch of dumb
protesters. Now don’t get
me wrong, I could have
easily been one of them.
Yes, I could have. I say that
because 99% of them do not
have a clue what they’re
|Bellow is just my political notes that where jotted down over the past few weeks.
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|The Democrats Get A Swift
As for the People not
supporting their own rights
by voting, I need to kill off a
few of these people inside my
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give no one a pass. I do not
care the color of your skin or
the position you may have,
you will NEVER receive a
pass or any excuse for your
actions from me. NEVER!
Not now, not ever!
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|Democrats Need To Get
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As I listen to the news and
read the newspapers, I have
many complaints against the
Democrats. I’m tired of
them. But make no mistake,
I will always vote. Yeah,
yeah, I’m tired of all of
them, but I keep casting my
ballot. Yada, yada, yada!
My complaints continue. I
really dislike them for not
have the guts to stand up
against their opponents.
Often times, they sicken me
and often wonder if it's time
to kick both them and the
Republicans out as neither
seem to do much to make
sure that happens. Ugh!
|Six years after its collapse, economists believe the housing market has turned a corner. Two separate reports on
Tuesday showed that home prices rose in July, though the gains were not as strong as the previous month. That
follows recent data that home resales and ground-breaking on new properties rose in August, while business
sentiment among homebuilders hit a more than six-year high this month.
|To the amusement of Mitt Romney's critics, a Google Image search for the phrase "completely wrong" on Wednesday
returned a page nearly full of images of the Republican presidential candidate.
A Google spokesman said the gallery of photos is the unintentional result of normal Google analytics, which produce
images associated with popular phrases in news headlines and search terms, and not the result of any effort to skew
In this case, Google's algorithms picked up on news coverage of Romney saying last week he was "completely
wrong" when he made controversial statements last spring that 47% of Americans were "victims" and dependent on
government. Romney took some political heat for the original comments, which were captured by a hidden camera at
a private fundraiser in May and made public last month.
Although the story was released on
Thursday, October 25, 2012,
this video was not created until
Friday, October 26th.
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|"I hope you make it very clear to your employers… uh what you believe is in the best interest of… of your
enterprise and therefore their job and their future …ah in the upcoming elections. And whether you agree
with me or with President Obama or… or whatever your political view, I hope … I hope you pass those along
to your employees. Nothing illegal (light chuckle) about what you believe is best for the business. Uh
because I think that will figure into their… their election decision."
|Slate magazine, whose staff are "unabashed fans" of the "ascendant auteur" and her "adorable" campaign ad, noted
that Dunham was born on May 13, 1986, making her 18 years old in 2004. That means she was of legal voting age
when John Kerry faced George W. Bush in the election that year.
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|Paul Ryan sat down for an interview on Monday with ABC 12 in Flint, Michigan, and things didn't go quite as
planned. In the clip, which was removed from ABC 12's website but captured and posted by BuzzFeed, the station's
reporter asks Ryan, "Does this country have a gun problem?' The GOP vice presidential candidate responds that "this
country has a crime problem." When the reporter asks for clarification, Ryan explains that "good, strong gun laws"
are currently on the books, "but we have to make sure we enforce our laws."
He goes on to clarify: "We have lots of laws that aren't being properly enforced. We need to make sure we enforce
these laws. But the best thing to help prevent violent crime in the inner cities is to bring opportunity in the inner cities,
is to help people get out of poverty in the inner cities, is to help teach people good discipline, good character. That is
civil society. That's what charities, and civic groups, and churches do to help one another make sure that they can
realize the value in one another."
ABC 12's reporter then offers a somewhat odd retort, asking, "And you can do all that by cutting taxes? By...with a
big tax cut?"
"Those are your words, not mine," answers Ryan. A voice off-screen then implies that the interview is over, telling
the reporter, "thank you very much, Sir."
Ryan then abruptly stands up and removes his microphone, immediately ending the interview and telling the reporter,
"That was kind of strange. You're trying to stuff words in people's mouths?"
Brendan Buck, a spokesman for Ryan, provided the following statement to BuzzFeed regarding the interview: "The
reporter knew he was already well over the allotted time for the interview when he decided to ask a weird question
relating gun violence to tax cuts. Ryan responded as anyone would in such a strange situation. When you do nearly
200 interviews in a couple months, eventually you're going to see a local reporter embarrass himself."
The Wisconsin congressman's reaction to the "strange" moment aligns with his previously stated belief that the media
has "inherent" bias. Earlier this month, he told Fox News' Chris Wallace that "as a conservative, I've long believed
and long felt that there's an inherent media bias. And I think anybody with objectivity would believe that that's the
case." He also stated that he and his running mate Mitt Romney "expected" media bias going into the campaign.
|During Romney’s tenure as a Marriott director, the
company repeatedly utilized complex tax-avoidance
maneuvers, prompting at least two tangles with the
Internal Revenue Service, records show. In 1994,
while he headed the audit committee, Marriott used a
tax shelter known to attorneys by its nickname: “Son
A federal appeals court invalidated the maneuver in a
2009 ruling, siding with the U.S. Department of
Justice, which called Marriott’s transaction and
attempted tax benefits “fictitious,” “artificial,”
“spectral,” an “illusion” and a “scheme.” Marriott had
argued the plan predated government efforts to close
|"Mother Jones Romney Video Won't Change Anything" - In the video he insults Mexicans, people facing financial
hardship, Hispanic Americans, black Americans, and basically anyone receiving public assistance (even though we
pay taxes and are, despite Romney's hate for the word, entitled to something we paid for). That's not the worst part
of the situation, though.
Average Americans who are Romney fans probably won't waver from supporting him, though. The right wing draws
strong support from the very biases Romney expressed in his video. Conservative pundits may well commend
Romney for sticking to his core principles even when he thought nobody was watching.
Lower-class and middle-class Republicans have been so thoroughly hoodwinked that when Romney dumps on the
citizenry their reaction will be to support him. That, in the end, is the tragedy.
|June 2012, Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Mike Turzai said that a recent voter ID law
passed in his state "would allow Governor Romney to win Pennsylvania." He included this
statement in a list of his party's accomplishments, which critics of the legislation—including a
Pennsylvania state senator—say unintentionally revealed the true intentions behind the law. "Pro-
Second Amendment? The Castle Doctrine, it's done. First pro-life legislation -- abortion
facility regulations - in 22 years, done. Voter ID, which is gonna allow Governor Romney to
win the state of Pennsylvania, done."
|A spokesperson for General Motors told the Detroit Free Press that the ad was, more or less, crass and misleading.
“We've clearly entered some parallel universe during these last few days,” GM spokesman Greg Martin said.
“No amount of campaign politics at its cynical worst will diminish our record of creating jobs in the U.S. and
repatriating profits back to this country.”
The day before, meanwhile, Chrysler Group LLC CEO Sergio Marchionne penned a letter to the Detroit News
insisting that there was no validity to the idea that the company was shipping Jeep production overseas. Instead, he
noted, the company was looking to open new factories in China to meet increasing demand there.
|February 1981: Barack Obama (pictured on
the right) delivered his first public.
|The clip above was flagged by HuffPost blogger, Eric Zuesse.
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|When Are WE Going to Get Over It?
For much of the last forty years, ever since America "fixed" its race problem in the Civil Rights and Voting Rights
Acts, we white people have been impatient with African Americans who continued to blame race for their
difficulties. Often we have heard whites ask, "When are African Americans finally going to get over it?
Now I want to ask:
"When are we White Americans going to get over our ridiculous obsession with skin color?
Recent reports that "Election Spurs Hundreds' of Race Threats, Crimes" should frighten and infuriate every one of
us. Having grown up in "Bombingham," Alabama in the 1960s, I remember overhearing an avalanche of comments
about what many white classmates and their parents wanted to do to John and Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther
Eventually, as you may recall, in all three cases, someone decided to do more than "talk the talk."
Since our recent presidential election, to our eternal shame we are once again hearing the same reprehensible talk I
remember from my boyhood.
We white people have controlled political life in the disunited colonies and United States for some 400 years on this
Conservative whites have been in power 28 of the last 40 years. Even during the eight Clinton years, conservatives
in Congress blocked most of his agenda and pulled him to the right. Yet never in that period did I read any headlines
suggesting that anyone was calling for the assassinations of presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, or either of the Bushes.
Criticize them, yes.
Call for their impeachment, perhaps. But there were no bounties on their heads. And even when someone did try to
kill Ronald Reagan, the perpetrator was non-political mental case who wanted merely to impress Jody Foster.
But elect a liberal who happens to be Black and we're back in the sixties again. At this point in our history, we
should be proud that we've proven what conservatives are always saying -- that in America anything is possible,
EVEN electing a black man as president.
But instead we now hear that school children from Maine to California are talking about wanting to "assassinate
Fighting the urge to throw up, I can only ask, "How long?"
How long before we white people realize we can't make our nation, much less the whole world, look like us?
How long until we white people can - once and for all - get over this hell-conceived preoccupation with skin color?
How long until we white people get over the demonic conviction that white skin makes us superior?
How long before we white people get over our bitter resentments about being demoted to the status of equality with
How long before we get over our expectations that we should be at the head of the line merely because of our white
How long until we white people end our silence and call out our peers when they share the latest racist jokes in the
privacy of our white-only conversations?
I believe in free speech, but how long until we white people start making racist loudmouths as socially uncomfortable
as we do flag burners?
How long until we white people will stop insisting that blacks exercise personal responsibility, build strong families,
educate themselves enough to edit the Harvard Law Review, and work hard enough to become President of the
United States, only to threaten to assassinate them when they do?
How long before we start "living out the true meaning" of our creeds, both civil and religious, that all men and women
are created equal and that "red and yellow, black and white" all are precious in God's sight?
Until this past November 4, I didn't believe this country would ever elect an African American to the presidency. I
still don't believe I'll live long enough to see us white people get over our racism problem.
But here's my three-point plan:
First, everyday that Barack Obama lives in the White House that Black Slaves Built, I'm going to pray that God
(and the Secret Service) will protect him and his family from us white people.
Second, I'm going to report to the FBI any white person I overhear saying, in seriousness or in jest, anything of a
threatening nature about President Obama.
Third, I'm going to pray to live long enough to see America surprise the world once again, when white people can
"in spirit and in truth" sing of our damnable color prejudice,
"We HAVE overcome."
It takes a Village to protect our President!!!
|Romney's path: Win indies, stoke base, no errors
By KASIE HUNT | Associated Press – 3 hrs ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney's plan for victory boils down to this: Convince independent voters he'll
change Washington, stoke Republican enthusiasm and avoid unforced errors.
The Republican nominee's path to reaching the necessary 270 electoral votes cuts straight through Rust Belt states.
He must stop President Barack Obama from sweeping Ohio, Iowa and Wisconsin — or win Democratic-tilting
Pennsylvania, where he's making a last-ditch effort while prevailing in most other competitive states.
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|The email, titled "What's really at stake this Tuesday ..." came from Gingrich Marketplace and went out to people
who'd given their contact information to the Gingrich campaign when the former speaker of the House was still in the
presidential race. Bygone candidates, such as Gingrich and Herman Cain, regularly rent out their email address lists
Stansberry & Associates is run by Porter Stansberry, who in 2003 was the subject of an SEC lawsuit in which the
court found he participated in an online newsletter scheme that defrauded investors out of $1 million. Stansberry was
ordered to pay $120,000 in damages.
|BOYCOTT THE NEW YORK POST
FOUND THIS ARTICLE AFTER A TIP FROM FB FRIEND DIANE GLOVER
President Obama Mocked As A Runaway Slave?
Pro-Romney Cartoon in Fox News Mogul's Tabloid Might As Well Have Been Signed By The KKK Imperial Wizard
SEE ATTACHMENT FOR PHOTOS Cartoon recently published by New York Post - [Click to Enlarge]
Nationwide (October 31, 2012) -- Fox News mogul Rupert Murdoch's New York Post published last week what
some are calling the most profoundly disrespectful and racist cartoon ever about President Obama. The cartoon
depicts an angry white man on horseback (Mitt Romney) chasing down a terrified skinny black man fleeing on foot
(President Obama) - and the Romney figure is aiming an assault rifle and attached bayonet at the Obama figure's
"The cartoon clearly evokes an image from the Old South of an overseer or slave catcher chasing down a runaway
slave," says a report by two interpreters of code language and political cartoons at
"Don't believe the Post if they claim this is just payback satire on the President's quip about horses and bayonets that
exposed Romney's ignorance of defense issues," said Dennis King, one of the authors of the report, referring to the
final Presidential campaign debate on Oct. 22.
"This goes way, way beyond satire. For one thing, Obama's quip didn't refer to assault rifles or to using horses to
chase down black people. The dog whistle in this cartoon is so loud that anyone can hear it if they aren't in deep
The report said that the Post cartoon was an example of "the knee-jerk hatred of Obama by so many Republicans
[that] goes back to group fantasies of the Rebellious Slave, or in this case of the uppity educated n___, who must be
put back in his place."
The cartoonist, Sean Delonas, was accused of racism in 2009 when one of his cartoons depicted a rabid chimpanzee
dying on a sidewalk after being shot by New York cops. The caption strongly implied that the chimp was meant to
represent President Obama. The Post said it was sorry people were offended, but never fully apologized. (Both
cartoons are included with the report.)
Mr. King is a journalist who has written extensively on coded forms of bigotry. His co-author of the report, Geraldine
Pauling, is an independent scholar and long-time member of the International Psychohistorical Association, which is
noted for its analyses of political cartoons.
This Cartoon is as bad as the Gorilla Cartoon
Notice in Both Racist Cartoons Obama is in trouble because some white man has a gun. Black people in general
should Boycott the post because of their long entrenched racism
BUT SHOULDN'T HOLDER BUST THEM FOR PHONE TAPPING OR DO YOU THINK THE
MURDOCHS ONLY DID THIS IN THEIR NEWSPAPER IN ENGLAND????? GO TO LINK BELOW FOR
INTRODUCTION TO THE STORY
|President Obama as a runaway slave?
Pro-Romney cartoon in New York Post might as well have been signed by the KKK Imperial Wizard
By DENNIS KING and GERALDINE PAULING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2016
Alaska: favors Romney, no percentages given
Arizona: Obama 44 - Romney 52
Arkansas: Obama 35 - Romney 60
California: Obama 56 - Romney 39
North Carolina: Obama 47 - Romney 49
South Carolina: Obama 43 - Romney 52
Colorado: Obama 49 - Romney 47
Connecticut: Obama 54 - Romney 41
Florida: Obama 48 - Romney 48
North Dakota: Obama 41 - Romney 54
South Dakota: Obama 43 - Romney 53
Hawaii: Obama 62 - Romney 33
Idaho: Obama 30 - Romney 65
Illinois: Obama 57 - Romney 37
Indiana: Obama 42 - Romney 53
Iowa: Obama 49 - Romney 46
Kansas: Romney, no percentages given
Kentucky: Obama 39 - Romney 56
Louisiana: Obama 37 - Romney 58
Maine: Obama 53 - Romney 42
Maryland: Obama 58 - Romney 37
Massachusetts: Obama 57 - Romney 39
Michigan: Obama 51 - Romney 44
Minnesota: Obama 51 - Romney 44
Mississippi: Romney, no percentages given
Missouri: Obama 43 - Romney 52
Montana: Obama 44 - Romney 51
Nebraska: Obama 41 - Romney 54
Nevada: Obama 50 - Romney 47
New Mexico: Obama 51 - Romney 43
New York: Obama 60 - Romney 36
Ohio: Obama 49 - Romney 46
Oklahoma: Obama 32 - Romney 63
Oregon: Obama 50 - Romney 45
Pennsylvania: Obama 50 - Romney 44
Texas: Obama 39 - Romney 56
Utah: Obama 26 - Romney 70
Virginia: Obama 48 - Romney 47
West Virginia: Obama 39 - Romney 56
Washington: Obama 54 - Romney 41
Wisconsin: Obama 50 - Romney 46
Wyoming: Romney, no percentages given
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2016
|These are just SOME of the voting problems that have been reported:
(1-866-my vote 1 is receiving three calls every second)
Some people have been there since 6:30AM this morning. This report came in at 3:40PM. That is NINE HOURS OF
Machines are down
Having absentee ballot issues, so people are taking them to the board of elections
Ohio and Virginia
People are having problems with absentee ballots
People are being told that they are not registered
Did not open on time
A machine changed votes to Romney from Obama
Ohio Kihoga Sugar heights
Two out of the six machines malfunctioned
State mentioned but I didn’t hear it and/or they were talking too fast. Anyway...
No power at one voting precinct
State mentioned but I didn’t hear it and/or they were talking too fast. Anyway...
No election judge and no one is allowed to vote
More than 130,000 votes missing
People are being told they are not allowed to vote
If you were a registered voter prior to 2008, it does not apply to you when it comes to voter-matching
State mentioned but I did not hear it and/or they were talking too fast. Anyway...
The lines are long. Some people have been in line from 5:30AM till 8:30AM
Voters were given blue pens to fill in their ballots, but they are supposed to be black
There is an orange Democrat button (on the machine??? I'm not sure what this means)
State mentioned but I did not hear it and/or they were talking too fast. Anyway...
There is no signature line on the ballot
Texas City Texas
Galveston TX is having voter problems
One machine down
3 machines down
State mentioned but I did not hear it and/or they were talking too fast. Anyway...
Polls not open
People were told machines are down
Paper ballots are now being used
Ohio (Miami county ???????)
People were told that the voting people are not accepting ballots
Having troubles with machines
State mentioned but I did not hear it and/or they were talking too fast. Anyway…
Lawyers and NAACP is monitoring these problems and activities. People from MSNBC are there too.
Democrats sent a letter to the department of justice to make sure there isn't anyone at the poll intimidating minorities and
not allowing them to vote
Problems with absentee ballots and they are telling people they aren't registered to vote
People are being told they must have a government photo ID. But this is not true
Still having problems with long lines
Being told they aren't registered to vote
New York and New Jersey
If you are not able to vote, remember that Governors Cuomo and Christie said that you could vote at any county or
If you do not have anything that shows your original address (IE, phone, cable, electricity or water bill) verifying your
displacement, there are vouchers to sign to say that you are displaced
Cleveland Ohio, Florida and Virginia
People are being told that they can vote online or via the telephone
THIS IS NOT TRUE
A young Black boy was out canvassing in a influential neighborhood trying to get out the vote and he was ultimately
seized and searched by police. One officer had his hand on his gun and the youngster was detained until other workers
came to verify the boy's credentials
President Obama is not listed first on the ballot but is mentioned only after two other candidates
Although the voter ID law was denied in Philadelphia, today, Monday, October 22, 2012 Republicans are running
commercial ads that say that voters must have a voter ID
Florida, Dade County
A man said he has been living in the same house for the past 36 years, but was sent a letter telling him to verify his
address, age etc
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