Sunday, January 13, 2008

I told you this would happen.


I have a confession to make, I haven't watched BET in almost five years. And please believe me when I tell you that I am proud of that shit. In fact, I suspect that there are quite a few black folks out there who feel the same way that I do about A-merry-ca's minstrel network. - Bob, looks like you sold it to the white man just in time-


But now comes word that A-merry-ca's first black billionaire and founder of minstrel T.V. has actually come out and slammed the "O" man for having the audacity to think that his peeps, the Clintons, aren't down with MLK and the civil rights movement. Boy I swear the hits just keep coming from these folks, and I suspect that they will be trotting out quite a few more surrogates and house Negroes to tell us black folks how we should be thinking before this is over. But I told you all this was going to happen, so you shouldn't be surprised.


Now I understand that politics is a blood sport, and that the stakes are high . Believe me, I come from a country where that shit is literal, and where people kill motherfuckers who are their political opponents on a regular basis. But something about this slimy kind of back door dealing and nefarious plotting is very unseemly to me. I think it's the hypocrisy that bothers me. Just the thought of you sending out your surrogates and henchmen to do your dirty work, and then appearing with the main stream media and declaring that you are above that sort of dirty politics. I mean if you run your election that way how will you lead when you are the president? I would respect you more if you just came out and said: "yes I said all that shit, and I believe every fucking word of it. Hell I am trying to become president of this bitch. I will be damned if some half and half mother fucker whose father wasn't even born here is going to take away my rightful place in history." I still wouldn't vote for your triangulating ass, but at least I would respect you.

So Bob Johnson has decided to come out and lead the house Negro parade. And why not, he made quite a lot of his billions when his benefactor, blow job Bill, was in office. So it seems only natural that blow job Bill would call in some chips now. And not a moment too soon for Hillary's campaign. She needs the boost. That uppity Negra is acting like he really wants to win this bitch.


What, he didn't get the memo? Nope, it seems that uppity Negra is starting to believe his own damn press clippings. But those press clippings are starting to change: "Obama smoothly,strategically and subtly mines the well of white guilt. In his acceptance speech after his Iowa sweep-Which sounded an awful lot like the speech of a president, or at least a nominee, rather than the pick of a few sturdy Iowans-Obama liberated his inner Martin Luther King. Launching into the singsong cadences of King's 'I have a dream' speech, Obama crooned: They saaaad. They saaad...Obama's speech was grandiose prose and inspiring rhetoric. But what does it mean?It means nothing..."


~~Kathleen Parker~~Washington Post.


I told you "O" man. I told you the shit wouldn't be easy. But just wait, you ain't seen nothing yet.
There are quite a few more Bob Johnson types to come.










63 comments:

rikyrah said...

He's a Handkerchief Head, Bootlicking SAMBO.

Plain and simple.

Trotting out the MOFO who peddled POISON to our community for 20 years.

He's a SELLOUT.

justice58 said...

After I picked my jaw from off the floor, I had my best choice words for Bob Johnson. How dare him!

I'll lay money down the Clintons are laughing their @ss off behind closed doors at these slave catching negroes!

Hathor said...

Yes, Obama was channeling MLK, but MLK's speeches all had a similar tone. Almost conversational, too bad all anyone remembers is his speech at the March on Washington. I recommend Eye on The Prize for Kathleen Parker. Martin Luther King was trying to inspire the inner goodness of people and hope for a better America, which I think Barack Obama was doing. If she thinks its guilt, she must be guilty.

Anonymous said...

I'm trying to imagine what Fannie Lou Hamer would say about this. It ain't pretty.

justice58 said...

"He's a Handkerchief Head, Bootlicking SAMBO"
-----------------------------------
ahahahahahhaha

Well. It's funny to me!

before the mayflower said...

'Martin Luther King was trying to inspire the inner goodness of people and hope for a better America, which I think Barack Obama was doing.'

hator, how right you are!

'Obama smoothly,strategically and subtly mines the well of white guilt...'

Is she suggesting that Obama is using "white guilt" to get elected?

Damn! What a presumptive and foul statement; and to suggest, too, that MLK used that tatic as well, is to be downright disrespectful of his memory, and the vastly elevated nature of his cause.

I haven't read the whole article by Kathleen Parker, but this excerpt, in the guise of praising both Obama and King fell short, but, perhaps, achieved it's intended goal--to cast both Obama and King as masterful manipulators of "white guilt."

jose said...

Bob Johnson's feet must be tired from all the shuckin' and jivin'. Maybe Mario Cuomo should come after him. And Obama's lucky Republicans are going after themselves right now rather than him; I have a feeling we haven't seen a g_ddamn thing yet.

before the mayflower said...

Update: I've now read Kathleen Parker's entire article.

It's everything I thought it would be: caustic, sanctimonious, condescending.

She wrote:

"What he brings to the table no one quite knows. But what he delivers to the couch is human Prozac.
He may or may not be the right man to fill the Oval Office, but Americans will feel too good to notice."

I never call a lady a "bitch." But, then, she's no Lady.

My God, is she on Hill-Billy's payroll?

New Black Woman said...

I'm wondering what Richard D. Parson thinks...

Jimbo said...

Kathleen Parker isn't the only one.

I saw Shelby Steele on Bill Moyers the other day, basically saying the same thing: Obama is a 'bargainer' type black politician; he makes an unspoken 'deal' with whites: I won't make you feel guilty about racism if you don't hold my blackness against me.

This mantra that Obama plays off 'white guilt' will be repeated many times before the day is done.

Thing is, there's probably some truth to that. I have no doubt alot of well-meaning whites will vote for him for anti-Hill sentiments, like his policies, see him as electable unifier... but this 'white guilt' thing does have legs. I'd like to see Field take it on.

MacDaddy said...

"The Black, old guard, civil rights folks like Andy Young and John Lewis, by supporting a white woman that's dissing a brother at every opportunity, are playing into the hands of Republican strategists, that is, helping to make the least electable candidate for president (Hillary Clinton) the democratic nominee. Even worse, they are showing us how they are becoming increasingly irrelevant they have become to our lives, how ridiculously far they have gone from being true advocates for us.

Pretty soon, the field negro is going to have a hard time figuring out what Hillary-supporting black "leader" or celebrity
to put on his sidebar as "House Negro of the Day."

Good luck with that, field."
MacDaddy, December 18,2007
--------------------------

Good luck with that, field.

NSangoma said...

~
GOTT Day-Um!!; Punk, Gott Day-um.

Can't we all get along?

My man is a genuflecting, shuffling, head-scratching, bootlicking, handkerchief-head, shine, coon-negroe because he disagrees with you.

You'd expect a billionaire to be a republican; arguing that he does not want to be taxed in order to pay for the medical care of trifling, lazy black folke.

What does Obama bring to the kitchen table? So far, he is all sizzle and no turkey bacon.
`

Christopher said...

Now, here's some strange shit to ponder on this Monday morning. Bob Johnson doesn't get it but, John Edwards does?

On Sunday, John Edwards waded into a dispute between his rivals, criticizing comments by Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband that some have considered disparaging to Barack Obama and black people generally.

"I must say I was troubled recently to see a suggestion that real change that came not through the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King but through a Washington politician. I fundamentally disagree with that. Those who believe that real change starts with Washington politicians have been in Washington too long and are living a fairy tale.” Edwards said.

Stay strong, Barack. Like Field says, this is only the beginning and Queen Hillary and her team of uppity, racist white ladies, have only just begun to hurl garbage at you.

The Christian Progressive Liberal said...

Rikyrah will back me on this, I wrote about the first Handkerchief Head that jumped on the Borg Queen's bandwagon on my own blog:

http://www.getridofthedlc.blogspot.com

The first Sambo was Magic Johnson. Guess he won't be content until he owns all the Starbucks in Black Neighborhoods...

I hope Obama wasn't that naive to think the Borg Queen would allow him to cakewalk to the nomination. If you ask me, I'd rather have balance in Government (ReThug pres, but a Dem Congress with overriding veto votes to get shyt done). The last time we had a Democratic Congress and a Democratic President (the Borg Queen's spouse), that's when the shyt went to hell because in 1994, the ReThugs took over this bitch and things haven't been the same since.

You got the uprising of congressional Sambos like Harold Ford and Artur Davis - the "Non-Threatening" Negro, and we all saw how the grand state of Tennessee treated Harold when he decided he wanted to be their Senator.

The Dark Sith (Harold) got played like an eight-track tape. So if he got that treatment, Obama better turn South-Side and get dirty like the Clintons are.

The Christian Progressive Liberal said...

Pretty soon, the field negro is going to have a hard time figuring out what Hillary-supporting black "leader" or celebrity
to put on his sidebar as "House Negro of the Day."


Mac, the Field can call all of them "Desperate House Niggers" and create a new category for everyone toting the Borg Queen's water.

MacDaddy said...

"Mac, the Field can call all of them "Desperate House Niggers" and create a new category for everyone toting the Borg Queen's water."
-Christian Progressive Liberal
------------------------------

Desperate House Niggers...I like it. What about it, field?

Amy Lee said...

As much as I'd like to see a woman as President of the U.S. I'd never vote for Hillary. Hillary is not a woman true feminists should rally around. I find it insulting that she'd be sitting in a church, laughing it up with Bob Johnson. BET peddles some of the most degrading images towards black women I've ever seen.

NSangoma said...

~
Negroes, Gott Damn!!

Now Magic Johnson is a sambo.

Whom next?

Mayhap it is the Johnson name yall do not like?

I'd too expect Majic Johnson to be a republican, trying to shield his earnings from taxes; and not a democrat.
`

FunkyBlackChick said...

The irony of Bob Johnson licking the boot of Hillary is pretty funny. I mean seriously? What has Bob Johnson done towards the image of black society in general? While he's out golfing it up, we were left to see half naked women being called bitches & whores on tv. While his daughter was taking equestrian lessons, the only thing we were left with was Rap City. Even for Hillary to sit besides him shows just how little she actually 'knows'.

Divide & conquer...Talk about black on black crime.

nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

I am so glad you posted about this. I was in shock when I saw his comments. WTF?

This man made his billions by showing videos 24/7 that have nothing to do with who we are as a people and he has the nerve to talk shit about Obama?

Now HRC is blaming Obama for the controversy. This is crazy.

a4L said...

maybe the more money you makes one go color blind...because I see a lot Latino Republicans that act like Bob Johnson. Act like their hand has never eaten with a tortilla.

Mes Deux Cents said...

Hi FN,

I guess Hillary figured if Barack can have a billionaire "Negro" stumping for him, so can she.

NSangoma said...

~
Hey, Hillary has some black females in her crew, where are the Aunt Jemima epithets?

http://images.google.com/images?q=Aunt+Jemima&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENUS254&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&oi=images&ct=title

And lest we forget, Unca' Ben, too:

http://images.google.com/images?svnum=10&um=1&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENUS254&q=Uncle+ben&btnG=Search+Images
`

Anonymous said...

"The Black, old guard, civil rights folks like Andy Young and John Lewis, by supporting a white woman that's dissing a brother at every opportunity, are playing into the hands of Republican strategists, that is, helping to make the least electable candidate for president (Hillary Clinton) the democratic nominee. Even worse, they are showing us how they are becoming increasingly irrelevant they have become to our lives, how ridiculously far they have gone from being true advocates for us."

WORD!!!

And may I add step-and-fetch-it-niggas (and I sure don't mean that in no nice way) to the list of epithets that should be hurled like nukes at these fools.

Thanks Field. You 'Rack' (the little o has been officially replaced since the big "O" stepped up in this piece).

field negro said...

Macdaddy I will have to seriously consider that new category :)

kimberlei said...

I'm commenting here without reading the rest of the comments... but as far as what Christopher mentioned regarding Edwards getting it when Johnson didn't...

I would imagine that Edwards sees his chances of becoming the candidate for the Dem party slipping away - if I were him, I'd align myself with Obama too. If Obama wins the nom, it's highly likely that Edwards will be his running mate.

Soon enough, Edwards will be backing Obama too!

nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

There is no way there will be a Obama/Clinton or Clinton/Obama ticket. Having two sitting senators on the same ticket would be a big mistake. Also, like another comment said earlier, the two camps dislike each.

Edwards had his shot at being VP. He doesn't help the top of the ticket.

I really don't know what I will do if Hillary gets the nomination. I am furious about this Bob Johnson situation and how the Clinton campaign has operated since Iowa.

Billy said...

Been a lot of talk of Edwards serving as Attorney General in an Obama administration, which I for one think would be fantastic.

Connecticut Man1 said...

I have said this before. The only thing that a Clinton presidential ticket would bring to the left's cause is the fact that they have a formidable campaign machine that would smear the hell out of the right wing candidates. She would win the White House without our support in an election.

Right now, unfortunately, that machine is subtly, and not so subtly, smearing Obama in the primaries.

Which makes her strongest suit a huge liability for the entire left wing, IMHO.

As side note, and a more positive not, I thought some of you might enjoy this:

Willie O'Ree - A Little Black History On Ice

On the upcoming 50th anniversary of Fredericton, New Brunswick's native Willie O'Ree, who followed in Jackie Robinson's barrier breaking footsteps with his entrance into the ranks of the National Hockey League's Boston Bruins on on Jan. 18, 1958. A tip of the hat to Willie O'Ree, the first black man to play in the NHL 50 years ago, the adversities he overcame (he was also blind 1 one eye) and for the work he still does as the NHL's ambassador for diversification with today's youth.

Connecticut Man1 said...

OOPS! should have read: "As side note, and a more positive NOTE,"

Christopher said...

I guess I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.

After the Borg Queen spent an hour yesterday on NBC's Meet the Press attacking Barack Obama, today she had the fucking audacity to say the following to a predominantly black audience in South Carolina:

"I am so proud of my party, I am so proud of my country and I am so proud of Sen. Barack Obama.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! The Borg Queen must think we're stupid.

Anonymous said...

i've sorta, kinda been out of the loop re. this hillary & Obama thing. Can someone nutshell this thing for me?

west coast story said...

Hey Jimbo: Bill Cosby was on talk radio over the weekend and he was asked to respond to Shelby Steele's iconic Negro comment. He said anyone who knows him and his work, understands that he's been involved in black issues for a long time. He also questioned how anyone could say the same thing about Oprah, which I also question. So much of what Oprah has done has been related to being black and female. Only an uninfmormed house negro, which Shelby Steele is, would accuse her of being oblique on where she stands on issues affecting black people. He has apparently never watched her show or seen her TV specials. What a maroon. Oprah has dealt with racial issues more than Bob Johnson, of all people. He has some big fat nerve.

I watched Steele on CSPAN during an extended interview and I've never seen a black person so tortured by the color of his skin in my life.

kimberlei said...

**There is no way there will be a Obama/Clinton or Clinton/Obama ticket.**


True story NYC - and I'm pretty sure Edwards knows this too. I believe at this point, he feels Obama may get the nod - besides, his chances of being VP are greater with the O-man - so mine as well get a running start for that jump on the bandwagon!

John B. said...

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Christopher said...

The Nevada state teachers union -- really a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Clinton campaign, is suing the Democratic Party, declaring as unfair the existence of nine at-large caucus sites along the Vegas Strip.

These sites would allow potential voters -- many black and hispanic, but whites too, who work at the casinos and can't get time off work to otherwise vote.

The Borg Queen opposes these nine at-large caucus sites. I think it's a very telling comment on her character that she's content to disenfranchise thousands of casino voters who support Barack Obama.

But dirty, Rovian-style politics are what the Clintons are all about.

Woozie said...

What the fuck nerve does Bob Johnson have to be offended at anything? It's like Hitler being offended at Don Imus' radio show.

Anonymous said...

Just saw that old bitch John Lewis on Jim Leher shilling for Hillary and straing up LYING on Barack. Man, fuck these old bitch ass niggas!

Joseph Lowery was on there calling his ass out and making Lewis look like the old cooning fool that he is. John Lewis is a true house negro. I've never been a fan of him anyway. What has he done since he got his ass beat back in the day. He's another civil rights hustler who lost all his courage and righteousness a long time ago. Fuck John Lewis.

I hope after Barack gets elected, he freezes out all these evil coons who's lied on his name and his record and his blackness.

Admiral Komack said...

"I have said this before. The only thing that a Clinton presidential ticket would bring to the left's cause is the fact that they have a formidable campaign machine that would smear the hell out of the right wing candidates."

-I don't believe this at all.
She'll probably be civil to them, you know, like Nancy & Harry

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul seems to be the only candidate with any balls! All the others follow the script!

Aracely said...

Connecticutman1, no my friend, you are deluded if you think that Hillary's smear tactics would get her to the WH. You never win the WH when you enrage your own base so much against you that they actively work to bring you down.

Like people are saying, minorities are not stupid-- we know that if Hillary is allowed to push these tactics against Obama and still be rewarded with our votes in November, it means that in the future, it would upon up the sluice gates to allow the same type of campaigning against Blacks, Latinos, native Americans and other minorities.

IOW, if the Clintons (or the KKKlintons as some are calling them, I find that appropriate) were to be allowed to win in November, it would be the worst setback for minority rights since the Dred Scott Decision.

Because it would basically intimidate minorities out of ever seeking higher office, since they'd know that race-baiting and even voter suppression would be used against them, be forgiven and not cause harm to the white candidates using them.

No, I'm starting to agree with the consensus here-- if the Democrats nominate Hillary, then Hillary Clinton must go down to an unprecedented defeat in November.

In fact, I'm totally fine having a somewhat less crazy Republican like McCain or Huckabee in the White House for 4 years, but having Democrats rule Congress esp. the Senate where appointments are made, and even controlling the states and city offices. Like someone said, the last time the Clintons were in office, Democrats suffered grave damage at all levels of office.

Much better to have a McCain or a Huckabee in for 4 years, hold on to Congress as a check, and then get the added satisfaction of not only controlling Congress and the states but even taking the White House in 2012, quite possibly with Obama. (The USA is not going to tolerate more than 12 years of Republican misrule, especially with the economic damage and the Iraq War as they already are.)

BTW I'm one of the Latinos that the Clintons are trying to pit against African-Americans, and I'll say to all of you:

Todos nosotros estamos hermanos y hermanas, y un ataque contra una de nosotros es verdad un ataque contra nosotros todos.

We're all in this together, and we Latinos have our own experience out in the fields right outside you, and whatever the divisive tactics of Desperate Shit-Wallowers like the Clintons to divide us and the naivete of some in the Latino community, ultimately we stand together.

My advice for the Obama campaign: Take the gloves off and get down and dirty, but be smart and subtle about it. The Clintons try to disenfranchise voters in Nevada? Every time they make such an attempt, make it look clean, but do things to disrupt and frustrate the Clinton campaign. Hit their own hot buttons, don't make it too obvious, but do things to annoy and harass them. Get in their faces, delay them, get in their personal space, humiliate Hillary at her rallies in ways that embarrass the Clintons but don't fire them up, and by all means, above all:

CARRY CAMERAS TO PHOTOGRAPH AND RECORD everything the Clinton campaign tries to do. Whenever they pull their shite, post it up on Youtube, dress it up and add some style, and encourage it to go viral, to humiliate the Clintons to the maximum extent. Also, as people are suggesting, look at lists containing the names of Clinton campaign contributors who don't contribute to other campaigns-- and boycott them. It's simple, make them feel the pain in their pockets, and they'll think twice about ever writing a check for the Clinton campaign again. They need to know that if they think they can sling mud and now have to take it, that they're about to reap the full fury of the Democratic Destruction Machine unleashed against the Clintons. We must never tolerate what they are attempting.

field negro said...

ct.man1, thanks for that history lesson. I was kind of up on Willie O'Ree. Bruins no?

Anon. 5:09PM, check out the link from my post for some background.

anon.7:35PM, don't be so hard on Lewis, he is actually one of the few people from that era that I still have some respect for. The guy got his skull cracked open fighting against those Southern storm troopers back in the day. But I understand your frustration with the old guard. It is really kind of sad.

"What the fuck nerve does Bob Johnson have to be offended at anything? It's like Hitler being offended at Don Imus' radio show."

Leave it to woozie to give us a classic quote :)

Aracely said...

To elaborate on my statement:

"Todos nosotros estamos hermanos y hermanas, y un ataque contra uno de nosotros es en verdad un ataque contra nosotros todos. Y cuando Ustedes deben luchar para sus derechos, vamos a estar a su lado!"

Again, we've worked in the fields beside you and we have plenty of bitter experience with the exploitation that Whites like the KKKlintons try to undertake. Ultimately we stand with you, and when you need to right to protect your rights, we will be at your side!

Phillip M. Bailey said...

The Clinton Dynasty has shown such contempt for black voters. Not since big Bill's Sistah Souljah moment have I seen this --- and this is the Democrats.

At every blog or paper I see there's another racial low blow. Besides recruiting every dusty, irrelevant civil rights Negro they could find, they trot out the biggest and original hopin' Bob. Johnson's legacy is the biggest profiteer of coonery since D.W. Griffith. Seriously I'm at the point now that if Hilary wins I'm at the very least registering Independent.

Found another great blog though, peace fieldnegro.

BC Planning said...

I wonder if the old guards of the civil rights movement will permanantly lose their connection with the younger hip hop generation with their criticisms of Obama. We grew up belieiving in change and the past leaders of the civil rights movement preached change.
So to see past leaders stand up for Hillary and Bill (a very moderate democrat who is far from liberal)and go out their way to try to destroy Obama's imae is mind boggling to me.
And then I am hearing more talk that Obama doesn't speak about race enough. Well, if he did then he would lose some of the white vote which would in turn make him lose some of the black vote because they would not think that he is electable. And since he does not talk about race you get people like Andrew Young saying Bill might be blacker than Obama because he may have slept with more black women?!?
It's like these past leaders think Obama is running to be the king of black people instead of the President of the U.S.

Fahay said...

HOUSE NIGROW....WEEZE GON' WIN MASSA...WEEZE GON' WIN.
WEEZE GON' WHUP DAT NIGGAS HEAD !

I am appalled !

BET was the tip off....with all of the coonin'....

That fool actually got on nationwide television and did a minstrel act........LAWN JOCKEY !

field negro said...

"wonder if the old guards of the civil rights movement will permanantly lose their connection with the younger hip hop generation with their criticisms of Obama. We grew up belieiving in change and the past leaders of the civil rights movement preached change"

bc planning, I think that horse has already left the barn. The young heads are tuning them out already :(

Thanks phillip! And keep coming back my man, it's all good here.

"Again, we've worked in the fields beside you and we have plenty of bitter experience with the exploitation that Whites like the KKKlintons try to undertake. Ultimately we stand with you, and when you need to right to protect your rights, we will be at your side!"

Thank you "aracely". Now let us get together (black and brown) and do this damn thing.

The Christian Progressive Liberal said...

It's getting hot in here:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080115/ap_on_el_pr/campaign_rdp

The Borg Queen is catching our heat for her attacks on Obama and enlisting House Negroes like Champagne Charlie Rangel - she's dialing it back a few notches.

This doesn't mean we quit being vigilant; if anything, we need to watch that cow like store clerks watch us in Saks or Lord and Taylor's.

Anonymous said...

Lets not talk shit...everyone knows that febuary 5th is the date. Black people have the political power to slow her roll all over the east coat and dirty south.

With 50% of the electorate being african american in many of the upcoming primary's Hillary should get her ass handed to her in a paper bag.

Connecticut Man1 said...

"Connecticutman1, no my friend, you are deluded if you think that Hillary's smear tactics would get her to the WH. You never win the WH when you enrage your own base so much against you that they actively work to bring you down."

I agree. What I meant was that in a general election it is her machine that could win it... and Why I also said this: "Which makes her strongest suit a huge liability for the entire left wing, IMHO." 'Cause she is using that machine to tear the left apart right now.

I have never been a supporter of either Clintons. Triangulation is capitulation. And right now Hillary seems hell bent on making everyone in the left have to do a serious gut check IF she were to win the nomination.

And Field... Yeppers on the on big bad Boston Bruins. As a lifetime Montreal Canadiens fan I knew that he played his first game against my team('58), and later ('61) scored his first goal against my team as well.

BC Planning said...

Harlem Pastor says untrustry negores are leaving the Clintons

http://youtube.com/watch?v=OgtIqeV-6mk

Fahay said...

Hell....Armstrong Williams is lookin' kinda' good to me about now......WAIT...give him a minute...he'll crank his coon neck !

We need to start anonymously slangin' as well....don't we have any friends in the media....we need to get a hold o' some o' these internet savvy geek teenagers of all colors and put their behinds to work....

Remember when HRC (Hillary Rodham Clinton) went into Mr. Foster's office after he died and removed his briefcase...or HRC"s BLACK secretary / aide / sidekick did ?
Remember Whitewater ? Remember Jennifer, Monica, and all them other girls "Mr. Almost close to Black" was humpin' on ?

South Side needs to organize and get some hard core, street campaigning going....The Senator can't do it by himself...there is a role for everyone in this campaign....

Remember how in "Soul Food" , Vanessa called her thug cousin...I ain't mad at her ! White thugs are ok as well !

I know you all heard that "Will Smith" is endorsing Senator Obama...

Look...Nevada is next...I'm going to help them with their caucus...it's Saturday, January 19, 2008....please come help him...then South Carolina....Now I'm sure there's gonna be some fights there..

Peace

Fahay said...

This is it I promise....Did'nt Andrew Cuomo come out talkin' about "Shuckin' & Jivin'"....and Robert Johhnson came out in black face ? I bet they really did strategize to the effect....sick, just sick, the lot of them....just like "Rosemary's Baby"

Do ya'll get what I'm talkin' about ?

Peace

field negro said...

fahay, LMAO of your Armstrong reference :) But I feel you!

field negro said...

Ahhh Les Habitants :)

Beliveau,Lafleur,and Richard...

Hey, you didn't know this field Negro knew a little hockey now did you :)

Seattle Slim said...

Jimbo said: "This mantra that Obama plays off 'white guilt' will be repeated many times before the day is done."
=================================
And this is why I am losing hope for him to win. He hasn't even hit Sharpton/Jackson levels of rhetoric and they are discrediting him.

I'm disgusted with the Clintons but as far as Bob Johnson and his ilk go, I am TEN times more disgusted.

The problem is Obama could change the way people see themselves and that puts them out of money.

God have mercy on their souls.

Dani said...

I didn't read all 50+ comments, please forgive me if this was said all ready. :-)

I think what bothers me the most about this whole race "issue" between Clinton and Obama is that rather than actually discussing some very real issues in America when it comes to race and racism, they are fighting for the title of "Who is the bigger anti-racist!"

It's counter-productive because the rest of (white) America eventually changes the channel, and once again we miss a great opportunity for the "change" both of them speak of.

I am not Star Jones said...

This is a question to Field and the commenters...
I'm horrified by the level of vitriol being lobbed at Barack Obama by African Americans in politics and business and I don't understand it.

You would think that he let a city be decimated by a hurricane or something, you know?

Can anyone explain it?
I mean what did Obama do to engender this kind of irrational hate.

Anonymous said...

George Bush and Bob Johnson:

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,223677,00.html

2_pro_black said...

Can't believe you called Hillary a bitch. LMFAO! That was golden fam!

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