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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The More You Know... Caroline

Is she qualified to become Senator of New York? You be the judge.

WARNING: This is so painful only a Democrat could watch it in its entirety!

Personally, I think, you know, like Hannah, you know, Montana, would make, you know, a better Senator.


Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Happy Birthday Jesus

Merry Christmas To All And A Happy New Year

If you go to this web site, you can pick out a thank you card and Xerox will print it and it will be sent to a soldier that is currently serving in Iraq . This is a FREE service and only takes a few seconds of your time. Let them know how much we appreciate their dedication and sacrifice for being away from friends and family at this time of year.
You can't pick out who gets it, but it will go to a member of the armed services.


Saturday, December 13, 2008

Obama...The Reincarnation of the Teflon Don?

Someday, like in the year 2061, this plate might fetch $50,000 dollars on the Antique Roadshow. The first President-Elect... never to become President!

BHO and his associates:
Guilt by association..... Because you can't come out smelling like a rose, after walking through shit.

Rev. Wright: Obama sat in the United Trinity church for 20 years. Never heard any disparaging remarks. Either 1, Obama didn't go church, 2 he is deaf, 3 he is a liar!

Tony Resko: Sold Obama his house and the property next door. Rezko was a big story in Chicago, accused of influence-peddling in the Blagojevich administration.

A federal judge sent Illinois political fixer Antoin "Tony" Rezko to jail after federal prosecutors accused him of violating his bail terms by a convoluted series of financial transactions with Mideast banks.

Rezko has become an "Achilles heel" for Illinois Sen. Barack Obama after disclosures he and people associated with him had raised almost $200,000 for Obama and that Obama sought Rezko's "help and advice" in

the purchase of their new home.

He had a close relationship with a convicted felon who is now behind bars!

William Ayers: Another pal of Obama's, like's to blow things up. It is said Obama couldn't qualify to become an FBI agent because of his close ties with Ayers. President is OK though!

Gov. Blagojevich: Another close friend of Obama's just opened a new can of worms by trying to sell Obama's senate seat. Jesse Jackson Jr.pops up as
"Senate Candidate 5". He hires a lawyer even though he claims he is not the target of the investigation. Investigators want to know what Jackson knew about allegations that a Jackson "emissary" offered to raise at least $1 million in campaign contributions for Gov. Blagojevich in exchange for appointing the Democratic congressman to a U.S. Senate seat. Could the "emissary" be his old man? I'll tell you one thing. Blagojevich will sing like a canary since he's facing the slammer. I wonder where this is going, and who will be implicated?
When you piss your pants you only stay warm for so long.


Sunday, December 7, 2008

What Johnnie Cochran Really Thought About O.J.

By Mark Fisher

It was late, nearing midnight, during O.J. Simpson's murder

trial in Los Angeles. Simpson's lead attorney, Johnnie

Cochran, had promised me an interview but had

warned that we'd have to squeeze it in during off

-hours. There weren't many off hours during the

insanity of the Trial of the Century.

"Meet me at the office late," Cochran said.

How late, I asked.

"Doesn't matter," Cochran replied. "No matter how

late you come, I'll be there."

Forty midnights in a row at the office had left the

lawyer in a contemplative mood. The spectacle

of the Simpson matter had long since ceased to

impress or appall. Every bit of legal strategy

and media manipulation had been combed over

so incessantly that there really weren't many

questions left to ask. So I asked the only

question I was really curious about.

Cochran by this point was well past ritual. So he

dished, off the record, of course. Cochran died in 2005,

so, by tradition of the craft, those comments are now

fair game.

"There's something wrong with him," Cochran said,

and he talked about other clients he'd had who somehow

managed to persuade themselves that they hadn't

done what they actually had done.

Simpson was a big star, a hero to some, a talented

person. But, said Cochran, "I wouldn't believe him

if he told me the sun was coming up again tomorrow morning."

And then the lawyer went back to work

on a defense so wonderfully constructed that it got

off a guy who had done a truly terrible deed.

PS: I'll never forget that look on Kardashian's face

when the verdict was read......

"My God, .....these idiot's actually believe... he didn't do it!"


Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Rielle Hunter's Sister Comes Forward

As I stated in a earlier post (Failing The Smell Test 8/14/08) Edwards got together with Hunter and it went down something like this:

"Look I'm going to go on ABC and have a
softball interview with Bob Woodruff, plead my case, and say I'm willing to take a paternity test."

"When they ask you to take one, you say not now, or in the future. This way I can deny the kid is mine and still come out smelling like a rose."

OK fine. But since he is so willing lets call his bluff. Perform a DNA test on him and the baby. That should provide conclusive evidence who the father is. Since he claims the kid is not his I would also like to know the answers to these questions.

1. She is living in 3 million dollar home in a gated community in southern California. She has no job. How is this possible?

2. She is receiving a payment of $15,000 a month. Why is she receiving the money? And most importantly where is the money coming from?

3. If he broke off the affair in 2006 like he said he did what was he doing in her hotel room at the Beverly Hilton at 2:40 in the morning on July 21st 2008?

4. Have all the campaign contributions been accounted for from the idiot's that voted for him?

5. Since the cat is out of the bag,
and if there is nothing else to hide, (the kid's not his... right?) why is Rielle Hunter getting such special treatment?

This is what Edwards had to say in 1999 about the Clinton affair with Monica Lewinsky: .....Oh, this is rich.

"I think this president has shown a remarkable disrespect for his office, for the moral dimensions of leadership, for his friends, for his wife, for his precious daughter. It is breathtaking to me the level to which that disrespect has risen."

The real kicker to the story ....... He could have blown his own party out of the water! Let's say for example he was the Democratic nominee and he selected Obama for the VP spot. One week before the Presidential election the National Enquirer breaks the story. Man, I would have paid to see that happen!

Watch him here try to lie his way out of it.

Heeere's Johnny

To see the entire interview with Hunter's sister click here. You won't be sorry.

(You will have to watch a 10 second commercial. Nothing I could do about it)


Monday, December 1, 2008

National Black Republican Association

Frankly, I never knew the National Black Republican Association existed.
During the presidential campaign I thought this billboard would have sent a powerful message to the Black community. Whites as well.

Judging by the results no heed was paid to it.

I thought to myself.....should this be the end of welfare as we know it?

Will Obama's presidency mark the end of Affirmative Action?

After all, a Black man has attained the most elite position in the world. Therefore they are on a level playing field. Right? White people made a Black man president. It really didn't matter how Black's voted. Can anyone deny that? 

Look I'm not naive enough to believe racism is dead and buried. But it would be nice to see the twin race baiters, Jesse and Uncle Al, go out of business.

Shelby Steele is an author, columnist and senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution.

This is what he had to say:

For the first time in human history, a largely white nation has elected a black man to be its paramount leader. And the cultural meaning of this unprecedented convergence of dark skin and ultimate power will likely become -- at least for a time -- a national obsession. In fact, the Obama presidency will always be read as an allegory. Already we are as curious about the cultural significance of his victory as we are about its political significance.
Does his victory mean that America is now officially beyond racism? Does it finally complete the work of the civil rights movement so that racism is at last dismissible as an explanation of black difficulty? Can the good Revs. Jackson and Sharpton now safely retire to the seashore? Will the Obama victory dispel the twin stigmas that have tormented black and white Americans for so long -- that blacks are inherently inferior and whites inherently racist? Doesn't a black in the Oval Office put the lie to both black inferiority and white racism? Doesn't it imply a "post-racial" America? And shouldn't those of us -- white and black -- who did not vote for Mr. Obama take pride in what his victory says about our culture even as we mourn our political loss?
Answering no to such questions is like saying no to any idealism; it seems callow. How could a decent person not hope for all these possibilities, or not give America credit for electing its first black president? And yet an element of Barack Obama's success was always his use of the idealism implied in these questions as political muscle. His talent was to project an idealized vision of a post-racial America -- and then to have that vision define political decency. Thus, a failure to support Obama politically implied a failure of decency.
Obama's special charisma -- since his famous 2004 convention speech -- always came much more from the racial idealism he embodied than from his political ideas. In fact, this was his only true political originality. On the level of public policy, he was quite unremarkable. His economics were the redistributive axioms of old-fashioned Keynesianism; his social thought was recycled Great Society. But all this policy boilerplate was freshened up -- given an air of "change" -- by the dreamy post-racial and post-ideological kitsch he dressed it in.
This worked politically for Obama because it tapped into a deep longing in American life -- the longing on the part of whites to escape the stigma of racism. In running for the presidency -- and presenting himself to a majority white nation -- Obama knew intuitively that he was dealing with a stigmatized people. He knew whites were stigmatized as being prejudiced, and that they hated this situation and literally longed for ways to disprove the stigma.
Obama is what I have called a "bargainer" -- a black who says to whites, "I will never presume that you are racist if you will not hold my race against me." Whites become enthralled with bargainers out of gratitude for the presumption of innocence they offer. Bargainers relieve their anxiety about being white and, for this gift of trust, bargainers are often rewarded with a kind of halo.
Obama's post-racial idealism told whites the one thing they most wanted to hear: America had essentially contained the evil of racism to the point at which it was no longer a serious barrier to black advancement. Thus, whites became enchanted enough with Obama to become his political base. It was Iowa -- 95% white -- that made him a contender. Blacks came his way only after he won enough white voters to be a plausible candidate.
Of course, it is true that white America has made great progress in curbing racism over the last 40 years. I believe, for example, that Colin Powell might well have been elected president in 1996 had he run against a then rather weak Bill Clinton. It is exactly because America has made such dramatic racial progress that whites today chafe so under the racist stigma. So I don't think whites really want change from Obama as much as they want documentation of change that has already occurred. They want him in the White House first of all as evidence, certification and recognition.
But there is an inherent contradiction in all this. When whites -- especially today's younger generation -- proudly support Obama for his post-racialism, they unwittingly embrace race as their primary motivation. They think and act racially, not post-racially. The point is that a post-racial society is a bargainer's ploy: It seduces whites with a vision of their racial innocence precisely to coerce them into acting out of a racial motivation. A real post-racialist could not be bargained with and would not care about displaying or documenting his racial innocence. Such a person would evaluate Obama politically rather than culturally.
Certainly things other than bargaining account for Obama's victory. He was a talented campaigner. He was reassuringly articulate on many issues -- a quality that Americans now long for in a president. And, in these last weeks, he was clearly pushed over the top by the economic terrors that beset the nation. But it was the peculiar cultural manipulation of racial bargaining that brought him to the political dance. It inflated him as a candidate, and it may well inflate him as a president.
There is nothing to suggest that Obama will lead America into true post-racialism. His campaign style revealed a tweaker of the status quo, not a revolutionary. Culturally and racially, he is likely to leave America pretty much where he found her.
But what about black Americans? Won't an Obama presidency at last lead us across a centuries-old gulf of alienation into the recognition that America really is our country? Might this milestone not infuse black America with a new American nationalism? And wouldn't this be revolutionary in itself? Like most Americans, I would love to see an Obama presidency nudge things in this direction. But the larger reality is the profound disparity between black and white Americans that will persist even under the glow of an Obama presidency. The black illegitimacy rate remains at 70%. Blacks did worse on the SAT in 2000 than in 1990. Fifty-five percent of all federal prisoners are black, though we are only 13% of the population. The academic achievement gap between blacks and whites persists even for the black middle class. All this disparity will continue to accuse blacks of inferiority and whites of racism -- thus refueling our racial politics - - despite the level of melanin in the president's skin.
The torture of racial conflict in America periodically spits up a new faith that idealism can help us "overcome" -- America's favorite racial word. If we can just have the right inspiration, a heroic role model, a symbolism of hope, a new sense of possibility. It is an American cultural habit to endure our racial tensions by periodically alighting on little islands of fresh hope and idealism. But true reform, like the civil rights victories of the '60s, never happens until people become exhausted with their suffering. Then they don't care who the president is