Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Heatwave!


Whoever said global warming was a hoax can kiss my black a%#! It must be 110 degrees all up and down the least-coast. Anyway, the blog must go on.

Right about now I am feeling Reggie. The little dude, who in true Philly fashion, went on stage and jammed with the Goo Goo Dolls. Definitely a YouTube moment. And, I am not feeling this church lady. Girlfriend sued her church for $250,000.00 large because they allowed Gay marriages. I don't agree with her, but that is not my issue. This is a free country, she can believe anything she wants.

My issue with "church lady" is that she dropped $250,000.00 in the offering plate over a 37 year period. Thirty Seven years ago $250,000.00 would have bought her a really nice house. And it would have been paid for by now. Instead, the good Reverend got it. Man I sure hope she worships in a very nice building.

Hey, did I read this right? They sentenced a woman to death by stoning in Iran? WTF?

"Human rights activists are rallying the international community to stop an Iranian woman being stoned to death. In 2006, Sakineh Mohammadie Ashtiani was convicted of having extramarital relations with two men, who subsequently killed her husband according to Huliq.

While she initially received 99 lashes for adultery, during an appeal of her case, the court sentenced her to death by stoning. Her sentence has caused widespread outrage because there is no conclusive evidence that she actually committed a crime. Ashtiani's attorney, Mohammad Mostafaei, an acclaimed human rights lawyer, told the Guardian, "This is an absolutely illegal sentence. Two of five judges who investigated Sakineh's case in Tabriz prison concluded that there's no forensic evidence of adultery." For a case of adultery to be punishable by stoning, four witnesses must be able to confirm the act, according to Article 74 of the Iranian penal code. In Ashtiani's case, there are no witnesses .

Additionally, the trial was conducted in Farsi, while Ashtiani, from Northwestern Iran, speaks Turkish. Ashtiani's children, son,Sajad and daughter Farideh, are leading the campaign for her freedom. Sajad told the Guardian, "She's innocent, she's been there for five years for doing nothing...Imagining her, bound inside a deep hole in the ground, stoned to death, has been a nightmare for me and my sister for all these years." Women executed by stoning are buried up to their necks (men are buried up to the waist) and a crowd throws stones at their head, which slowly leads to death. Sentences are commuted if one is able to dig oneself out of the hole"...[Article]

Unfortunately for you, Sakineh, this did not happen in Israel, so there will be no real International outcry. Certain bloggers won't take up your cause. And there sure as hell won't be any denouncing of the evil Iranians.

Finally, speaking of evil; I know I touched on this in an earlier post, but I can't let it go just yet. Besides, I saw an excellent article in HuffPo by Stanley Kutler that brought my thoughts around to the subject all over again:

"Elena Kagan's confirmation is likely if no other reason than the emptiness of the Republican case against here. Her hearing had, in her own well-chosen words, "an air of vacuity and farce." Nevertheless, the Republicans scored electoral points and solidified their appeal to those whose hostility toward President Barack Obama is rooted in racial basis.

Kagan, as is well known by now, clerked for Justice Thurgood Marshall, the Supreme Court's first African-American. Apparently, there is no statute of limitations on the kind of attacks Marshall endured in life, and which continue 17 years after his death.

At the first day of Kagan's hearing, the Republicans seemed bent on projecting Kagan as Marshall's clone, one who would follow his "activist" judicial philosophy. Sen. John Kyl (R-AZ) laid the cards clearly on the table when he charged that "too often, it sounds to me like Ms. Kagan shares the view of President Obama and Justice [Thurgood] Marshall that the Supreme Court exists to advance the agenda of certain classes of litigants." He insisted that Kagan had the burden to demonstrate she can be "a fair and impartial Justice, rather than one who would have an outcome-based approach."

Kyl and fellow Republicans Sens. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions (R-AL), Charles Grassley (R-IA), John Cornyn (R-TX), and Orrin Hatch (R-UT) invoked Marshall's name nearly forty times in two days, nearly three times more than President Obama's. They repeatedly referenced Marshall's judicial philosophy as "evidence" of Kagan's intentions. Sessions, the ranking member of the Committee, made it perfectly clear, calling Marshall "a well-known activist." The Republicans offered no examples of how Marshall's rulings twisted the Constitution to achieve that sinister-sounding "outcome-based approach."

After the first day of hearings, a Utah newspaper asked Hatch if he would have voted for Marshall when his confirmation came up in 1967. "Well, it's hard to say," Hatch replied. Hatch projects himself as an ordinary fellow (listen to his YouTube rendition of his "Eight Days of Chanukah" song) with an upright Mormon world view, and the Senate's moral voice. Some moral voice.

Had Hatch opposed Marshall's confirmation in 1967, he would have had had interesting bedfellows for 10 steadfast segregationists rejected Marshall, joined by one newly-minted future of the Republican party - the never-repentant J. Strom Thurmond. There are two contexts here: the present moment of Kagan's hearing, and the historical one of Marshall's travail in his confirmation hearings.

Kagan appeared with impeccable credentials, and with smarts and savvy for running essentially a seminar with the senators. Robert Bork foolishly tried to take the lecture senators as if he were in a classroom, but only succeeded in alienating them. Kagan not only demonstrated a learned and supple mind, she showed herself to be a very human, warm individual, with a sense of humor that provided a few spontaneous moments.

So, why the Republican hostility? Their not-so-subtle uses of the Marshall analogy amounted to stump speeches for the electorate back home. The senators well know their constituents' hostility toward President Obama has powerful racial overtones that fuel the public anger so calculated for the evening television news. The Thurgood Marshall references amounted to a purposeful, well-orchestrated strategy to fire up the "base." [Article]

Can someone please convince me why I should become a conservative? I promise I will keep an open mind.









72 comments:

THE MAN-FRIEND said...

You should become a conservative so that you could show that all black conservatives are not as dumb and vacuous as Michael "Hip Hot" Steele!

ch555x said...

You'd think living in the Appalachian hills would offer some cooler weather...lmao! It's not as hot, but dry as a bone and the grass is looking like shredded wheat...pour some milk and frosting on it!

Anonymous said...

Conservatives have to have a bogeyman. They have to have their supporters mad, scared and ignorant. They don't have to believe in the power of splitting atoms, or the rights of the minority disenfranchised, or a skeptical belief in global warming. These things are complex, and complexity and abstractions are the hallmark of effete bi-coastal liberals that think that they are better then everybody else, not real Americans that don't worry about the things that the good lord provided for us. You don't have to think when you have faith. And everyone knows that Americans, especially conservative Americans, are god's chosen people.

The conservative believes in simple things; Small towns. Budweiser. Ronald Reagan. The 1950's. The distance between those memories only making the heart fonder without the need to think about sidebar issues like segregation, woman's rights, war and suffering.

Down here, in the south, there is a perverted form of conservative populism that is more race-based than anything else. Black people and their very existence, has the result of girding the white conservative MORE into conservatism.

No more hand-outs. When poor white people get welfare, because a black or a Mexican took their job, it sad, but the easiest thing to do is to end it all, since that is the only way blacks wont benefit from it.

No more unemployment compensation, because we know, for the most part, that the blacks really don't want to work, so we aren't going to allow anyone to get unemployment if blacks will benefit. (but we can't say that, so we'll say that it has to be paid for.)

They never have a plan for anything. But they know what to say when challenged on the merits.


Q. Why are there no jobs here?
A. Because the President is a Muslim.

Q. Why did you accept Oil company money in the last election?
A. I want my country back!!!

Q. Why did the plant close last year?
A. Because Jeremiah Wright said God Damn America.

Q. My school is Failing. Why?
A. Because we bailed out wall street.

Q. Why did my stock lose all of it's value?
A. Because they let the gays get married.

Q. Why is oil washing up on the beach?
A. Street Pirates.

Q. Why is the polar ice melting?
A. Socialism.

Trapped in SC said...

Aw shit, that was me @ 9:38. Didn't mean to hit Anon.

Val said...

There is a film about a stoning in Iran, Mr. Field. It's called The Stoning of Soraya M. In the film Soraya was framed as an adulteress by her husband and men in her community. It's based on a true story.

Here is a link to info about the film: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Stoning_of_Soraya_M.

maria said...

stoning also happens routinely in Afghanistan, our "ally," in areas where the taliban is still under control.

you're not going to read about that, either. women have it bad in most parts of the world.

personally, i can think of two adulterers i'd happily stone. but i'm gonna sit back and watch the karma rocks fly all on their own.

Timothy Fitz said...

What's the difference between stoning a woman to death on Iranian soil, and beating a woman to death in America? Not a damn thing. Dead is dead. Woman. Men. Children. Animals. Are all beaten and or killed, everyday. I guess the usage of stones makes this case special.

Regarding butch-dike Kagan: She didn't hire a single black person while working as dean of Harvard and she almost broke her fat, stubby neck avoiding Obama's kiss. She sounds like a winner and an asset to the black community, to me! :-)

LACoincidental said...

Anonymous said...

Conservatives have to have a bogeyman. They have to have their supporters mad, scared and ignorant. They don't have to believe in the power of splitting atoms, or the rights of the minority disenfranchised, or a skeptical belief in global warming. These things are complex, and complexity and abstractions are the hallmark of effete bi-coastal liberals that think that they are better then everybody else, not real Americans that don't worry about the things that the good lord provided for us. You don't have to think when you have faith. And everyone knows that Americans, especially conservative Americans, are god's chosen people.


True Dat!!
As for the mercy killing, I'm saddened but not shocked. Fundamentalism of any stripe is no friend to women.

Speaking of women -- what's up with the church lady suing her church because she don't like no queers? How many other crimes against God has she witnessed over the years in her congregation but said nothing? But 'those damn faggots' were the last straw? SMH.

Anonymous said...

well you asked why the REPUBLICAN hostility? For those of us who think DC is a game among the people who play, it doesn't matter whether you have a D or an R after your name. Specter says some sh&t with an R after his name and Democrats say he's a rightwing nutter. Now with a D after his name, the Republicans think he's a lefty wacko.

macklyons said...

I have my own issues with tithing. I was raised to believe that if you gave back to God (via that little plate that gets passed around), God will in turn bless you many fold. On the other hand, I see so-called "Prosperity" churches with pastors driving Bentleys and living in houses more expensive than the vast majority of their congregation and I think "Gee, the flock are getting fleeced and they don't even know it".

I guess that's why I prefer my pastors humble and stay away from the mega churches.

macklyons said...

And since when did people start tracking how much they left in the collection plate?

coffee and cigarettes said...

The Islamic Republic of iran is evil. Stonning someone to death is absolutely disgusting. The fact that governments can do this in this day and age is outrageous. Irans prisons are also notorious. for torture and abuse, both sexual and physical, and many activists who went on the streets to protest against the regime ended up in these prisons.

Statistics show that women suffer disproportianetly from sentences such as stoning. Go figure. As Maria pointed out stonings happen other parts of the world, sometimes government sanctioned as sometiems community based. I don't know if you saw it field, but there was a video captured of a Kurdish girl who was stoned to death by the men in her village in Iraq. She was Yezedi and her crime was that she fell in love with a Muslim outside of her community. The evil, disgusting men who stoned her to death also took videos and pictures and it ended up on youtube.

I also watched a documentary about a young girl in Iran who was hung because of adultary. She was only 16, while the man who she had the supposed affair with was in his 50s. And he got away scot free.

The reason that nobody seems to be protesting this case and many others, in my mind anyway, could be something to do with the fact that these atrocities affect women. Abuse of womens rights is paraded off as "part of the culture," and no one makes a fuss.

In countries like Iran, Saudi Arabia, and too many others; women are treated as absolute second class citizens and human rights abuses occur on a daily basis.
When King Abdullah met Obama, they talked about Palestine which is fair enough..but why didnt the president also ask him about women being banned from driving in his country..about the fact that all women-young or old-have to have the permission of their male guardian to do just about anything, from working to travelling to even basic medical procedures..why didnt we ask him about child marriages, and that there is no legal minimum age for marriage in Saudi..that there are 10-11-12 year old girls being married off to men in their 50s and 60s..that a womans account is worth half that of a mans in courts..Why are we ignoring this???? And why isn't there international talk of sanctions when these flagrant abuses of women occur? If this was happening to a group of people that involved men, somehow I dont think the silence would be so deafening.

Sorry for the long rant, this topic makes my blood boil just a little bit!

coffee and cigarettes said...

Conservatives and republicans using racism to gather votes. Why am I not surprised?! Anybody who can say that the some of the hostility towards Obama isn't race based is either lying or lives on another planet. And i'm sure there are some repubs who are only too happy to milk this racial hostility for all its worth! Afterall, they probably think along the same lines.

And the Islamic Republic of iran is evil. Stonning someone to death is absolutely disgusting. The fact that governments can do this in this day and age is outrageous. Irans prisons are also notorious. for torture and abuse, both sexual and physical, and many activists who went on the streets to protest against the regime ended up in these prisons.

Statistics show that women suffer disproportianetly from sentences such as stoning. Go figure. As Maria pointed out stonings happen other parts of the world, sometimes government sanctioned as sometiems community based. I don't know if you saw it field, but there was a video captured of a Kurdish girl who was stoned to death by the men in her village in Iraq. She was Yezedi and her crime was that she fell in love with a Muslim outside of her community. The evil, disgusting men who stoned her to death also took videos and pictures and it ended up on youtube. I also watched a documentary about a young girl in Iran who was hung because of adultary. She was only 16, while the man who she had the supposed affair with was in his 50s. And he got away scot free.

The reason that nobody seems to be protesting this case and many others, in my mind anyway, could be something to do with the fact that these atrocities affect women. Abuse of womens rights is paraded off as "part of the culture," and no one makes a fuss.

In countries like Iran, Saudi Arabia, and too many others; women are treated as absolute second class citizens and human rights abuses occur on a daily basis.
When King Abdullah met Obama, they talked about Palestine which is fair enough..but why didnt the president also ask him about women being banned from driving in his country..about the fact that all women-young or old-have to have the permission of their male guardian to do just about anything, from working to travelling to even basic medical procedures..why didnt we ask him about child marriages, and that there is no legal minimum age for marriage in Saudi..that there are 10-11-12 year old girls being married off to men in their 50s and 60s..Why are we ignoring this???? And why isn't there international talk of sanctions when these flagrant abuses of women occur? If this was happening to a group of people that involved the XY chromosone, somehow I dont think the silence would be so deafening.

Sorry for the long rant, this topic makes my blood boil just a little bit!

coffee and cigarettes said...

hahaha sorry, i dont know what just happened..my post didnt go through at first so i tried it twice!

Gregory said...

I would like to beat CF to the punch and blame the Street Pirates for the heatwave.

It looks like you have a new wingnut admirer, Field.

The Purple Cow said...

[quote:gregory}..Why are we ignoring this????[/quote]

At a guess I would say that it's because America couldn't survive without Saudi oil.

kid said...

Timothy Fitz said...

What's the difference between stoning a woman to death on Iranian soil, and beating a woman to death in America?
___________________________________

I don't know maybe we can ask Charlie Sheen.

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Timothy Fitz said...


Regarding butch-dike Kagan: She didn't hire a single black person while working as dean of Harvard and she almost broke her fat, stubby neck avoiding Obama's kiss. She sounds like a winner and an asset to the black community, to me! :-)

___________________________________

Being a bigot isn't funny.Justice Kagan can take it .Didn't Larry C. Johnson , ex-CIA agent and PUMA founder call the President gay too.

That was a Christopher Walken "Deer Hunter" move.You just pissed off any Log Cabin supporters who might have been on your side. You and CF keep up the bad work being bigots.

field negro said...

Did Destructive Wingnut change his name to Timothy? :)

Trapped...you were en fuego tonight my friend. I co-sign with everything you said.

"I would like to beat CF to the punch and blame the Street Pirates for the heatwave."

You are probably too late.

Val, thanks for the info on that film.

agape2010 said...

@ FN:

Just peeked in...Great post!

And...

So you're finally experiencing some heat...lol,lol,lol

And...

Trapped said it all :)

Tips on how to stay cool:

1. Walk slow if you're outside.
2. Drink plenty of water-does not have to be cold...just not hot.
3. Don't eat anything sweet.
4. Freeze a bottle of water to put at pulse points if you work outside.

And...

5. Ask a woman who gets hot flashes what she does to stay cool :)

Peace.
~agape2010~

The Purple Cow said...

Sorry I wrongly attributed 'Coffee and Cigarettes' quote to Gregory in my last post - my apologies Gregory (if you noticed).

But to elaborate on my point, if you want to understand why no American President is willing to raise the issue of human rights with the House of Saud, you have to go back to February 14 1945.

On that date F.D.R. invited King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud and his entire retinue (that included 70 slaves) on to a U.S. Navy battle cruiser to discuss the future relationships between the US and Saudi Arabia.

The USA had used up one third of it's entire crude oil resources in winning WW2. (America had produced 6 of the 7 billion barrels allied forces had used). So in 1945 F.D.R. quickly grasped the problems that lay ahead, and had taken the strategic decision to base America's entire foreign policy on securing access to foreign strategic oil reserves.

At the meeting America agreed to secure the future for the House of Saud and the Saudi state for ever, in return for allowing American organizations to develop and exploit Saudi oil.

This situation has not changed, indeed the reliance on Saudi oil only increased when Venezuela went rogue under Hugo Chavez. That's why we got the two oil wars in 1991 and 2003 of course, and why you won't be hearing any serious criticism of Saudi Arabia's human rights record from any U.S. government, any decade soon.

Sarge said...

Field, I spent 1 - 5 July in Gettysburg, wearing wool, sleeping in a tent. The nights were pretty nice, but the days were... aaack.
There was a group of catholic kids, "The Father Corby Scouts", who were visitors to the reenactment, they wore shorsts and T shirts, the priets who were with them were wearing black, period- correct cassocks. They had to be hotter than WE were!

Our band often plays for religious services during reenactments, and the preachers are often of a rather, um, conservative stripe.
I have, on several occasions, heard John Calvin's Geneva extolled as the perfect place to live for a "true christian".
You might be surprised at how many people agree with this proposition.

Iran and the Taliban aren't a patch on us, really, they just took that step forward and are doing what I've heard a lot of people voice as "right".

msladydeborah said...

FN,

Get yourself a Mason Jar and fill it with ice and water. Sip on the contents during the day. It helps.

I think that Thurgood Marshall Sr. must of really struck fear in the hearts of many people with his open opinions. It is much easier to attack a dead person than it is to have at it when they can respond.

alicia banks said...

fn:

ditto to all!!!

and this hypochristian buybull toting holy hater shrew is probably lying about the total of her bs tithes too!

kudos to the church that is ignoring her homohatred and keeping her cash!!!

kagan is a blank slate corp drone clone of hobama...she will serve her master hobama and his corp rulers well

femicide and sexism are global sports...

shame!!!

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/video/6a0123ddb39306860b0123ddb69f27860b.html

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/post/ame-sex-marriage-same-stupid-hypocrisies.html

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/book/6a0123ddb39306860b01347efbb7fe860b.html

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/post/remember-deletha-word---public-execution-by-misogyny.html

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/link/6a0123ddb39306860b0123f1d65d77860f.html

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/link/6a0123ddb39306860b0137a582fe0c860d.html

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/post/wayne-williams-was-framed---every-single-atlanta-child-murder-is-still-unsoilved.html

alicia banks said...

kagan is a bankster peer...

hobama and his coddled banksters are ruling america & the world...

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/link/6a0123ddb39306860b0137a4c6af03860c.html

uptownsteve said...

Timothy Fartz

"She didn't hire a single black person while working as dean of Harvard and she almost broke her fat, stubby neck avoiding Obama's kiss. She sounds like a winner and an asset to the black community, to me! :-)"

Sorry racist but if Kagan didn't like black folks, seems that you would be an enthusiastic suppporter.

Charles Ogletree, a distinguished black attorney, Harvard professor and former colleague of Kagan tells why blacks should get behind her nomination.

http://www.theroot.com/views/your-take-why-elena-kagan-good-choice-supreme-court

alicia banks said...

uts:


kagan is a racist

and charles is a black lapdog

i have lost all respect for anyone

he is the clarence thomas of harvard now

shame!

her rabidly racist track record is revealing and indefensible!

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/link/6a0123ddb39306860b0123f1d65d77860f.html

see what a real black man and prof has to say about this racist shrew!

http://newsone.com/nation/boycewatkins/dr-boyce-obama-got-it-wrong-with-supreme-court-nominee/

dr. boyce watkins:

Kagan didn’t hire any black people when she served as Solicitor General, either: Randall Kennedy, a black law professor at Harvard, came out in defense of Kagan, attempting to help us realize that she is Harriet Tubman in disguise – that she will whip off the mask and come through for black people in the end. He also argues that Kagan didn’t have enough power as dean at Harvard to make any minority hires. Alrighty then. In my 17 years in academia, I’ve never once seen a dean who didn’t know how to make things happened if they wanted to. But let’s assume that this is the case – that somehow Kagan, a woman with enough connections to be nominated for the Supreme Court, was somehow a powerless flunky at the Harvard Law School. What did she do when she actually had hiring power as Solicitor General? Nothing….nada….zippo. Once again, she hired three white women, one white man, an Indian man and an Asian man. Not one single Black, Native American or Latino person in the bunch. I’m starting to see a trend here, are you?

alicia banks said...

uts:

as all loyal hobama nazis

u and charles have to find a way to excuse what hobama has done

even though there is none

your blackish boy has chosen a rabid racist who one was a pleeb for a great black legend

thurgood would loudly check her racist sold out ass now just as he checked clarence thomas!:

kagan is not "chicken salad"
she is "chicken shot"
and so is hobama!!!
2 shitty sorry cloned corp chickens now nesting together!!!

alicia banks said...

she is "chicken shit"

alicia banks said...

i have lost all respect for anyone
at harvard!

i always prefered yale!

and henry louis gates allowed HOBAMA's racist harvard pal larry summers to run my idol cornel west away!!!

it has been an official think tank of house niggers ever since!!!

that is why they allowed kagan to betray blacks and now defend her too....shame!!!!

Shady_Grady said...

There are lots of evils in the world that get little attention. Some are committed by US enemies. Others are committed by US allies.

http://original.antiwar.com/vlahos/2010/04/12/a-deal-with-the-devil/

Gregory said...

Field,
Spain v Germany in a few hours. Despite their sub-par performance thus far, Spain is still considered by many to be the favorite. They have all the talent, or so they say, but Germany has a team.

FIFA announced that after this match the attendance figures will be over 3 million, making this the third best attended World Cup, following the US in 94 and Germany in 06. To put this in context, remember all the hand wringing and pearl clutching by the afro-skeptics who were predicting a disaster.

Miroslav Klose could tie or surpass Ronaldo's record for World Cup goals today. That's the Brazillian Ronaldo, btw, not the underwear model from Portugal. Klose has 14 to his credit and is tied for second with another German, Gerd Müller (West Germany 70 & 74).

Regards.

Anonymous said...

Finally, speaking of evil.

This is the thug Obama ordered set free. The New Black Panther Party is a cesspool of hate. Tell me now how Obama is not at war with America.

uptownsteve said...

Anonymous,

How about producing the name of ONE PERSON who said they were personally intimidated or impeded by the NBPP?

Take all the time you need.

La♥audiobooks said...

So what happen to all the black African women who get cut to pieces over "adultery" or beat/stoned to death and buried alive in the name of being a "witch" all because their husbands happened to drop down from a heart attack? I did a little research a few years ago on this bias. You hardly hear the Human Rights zealots yelling at the top of their lungs for these poor black African women. Who cares.

And Field, you think you're hot?

(Yo musta forget way pa area yo come from, wan come see wha sun we here dealin wid? Allyo ain feel dis kinda heat yet. Tings gettin worse an worse, ah tellin yo.)

Now how did I know it was an older black woman who was suing the church. Only black women like this would allow themselves to be enslaved and pimped by the good 'ol black church for so many years and then complain.

(Steve stop reading here).

So many black churches are built off the backs of black women while certain black males and others reap the benefits. Many of these black women are also struggling financially, but they are told Geezus will provide. And then they wonder why they never have any money for their health needs, small investments or simply to pass on to their grandchildren like so many Whites/Arabs/Asians. Stop investing in fairy tales.

(Now excuse me while I also protect my jugular from the Christ-stains due to that last comment).

Anonymous said...

laa hates everyone

uptownsteve said...

(Steve stop reading here).

I stopped reading a long time ago.

Some of you sisters are so self-righteous and vehement in your anti-bm hysteria no one can convince you otherwise.

I find it kinda sad.

alicia banks said...

laa:

"Some of you sisters are so self-righteous and vehement in your anti-bm hysteria no one can convince you otherwise."

this is akin to mj bashing lil kim for bleaching and mutilating her face...

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uts:

spare us!

charles o is no role model defending a racist wf like kagan and hobama who used her to blatantly betray countless superior bf judges!!!

so u keep your fake twisted one sided oj "bruhhood" to your demented self!!!!

alicia banks said...

laa:

ditto to all as always!!!

those fake homohating lying sinful buybull blaspheming thieving hypochristians are even faker than "bruhs" like charles o and uts!!!!

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/video/6a0123ddb39306860b0123ddb69f27860b.html

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alicia banks said...

assnon:

most people are evil and stupid and deserving of hatred

you are living proof of that

so kudos to laa

Anonymous said...

"most people are evil and stupid and deserving of hatred"adykeb

spoken like a true hater of people asinine cunt

Anonymous said...

"most people are evil and stupid and deserving of hatred"adykeb

spoken like a true hater of people asinine cunt

alicia banks said...

assnon:

i adore many people

admittedly, NONE are evil stupid invisible cowards like you though

and they ALL have VASTLY more impressive vocabs too you vulgar moron

just as i am sure laa loves many people who also bear no iota of resemblance to a regressive reject like YOU!!!

La♥audiobooks said...

"those fake homohating lying sinful buybull blaspheming thieving hypochristians are even faker than "bruhs" like charles o and uts!!!!"

Exactly.

Especially the ones who lay down with the married deacons, and the reverends and turn a blind eye to grown ass men who fondle and impregnate the little black girls in their communities. Yet these women have the nerve to peep an eye on gay marriages and call gay people "nasty".

I work with one of them, the more she goes to church, the more unstable and miserable she becomes. She once uttered that she don't blame men for molesting little girls because little girls these days are fast. Everytime she puts her fingers on a bible they should burn. I can't stand hypocrite sheeps.

Anonymous said...

"most people are evil and stupid and deserving of hatred"adykeb

spoken like a true hater of people asinine cunt

alicia banks said...

ditto laa!

and

TONS of gaybashing DL legally married het pastors spend sat night sexing gay choir directors etc before they pen homohating sermons and deliver them to foolish masochistic closeted members who tithe...

one such masochistic dl fool probably ate fried chicken with this grifter goon shrew before they hatched their botched scheme to bilk back her bogus tithes...

no payday this time!

i evade churches like the ebola virus because they are filled with sinners who doom my soul by spiritual infection via proximity!!!

the most evil people i know stay in church like the mafia!!!

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/post/holy-haters---dl-gaybashing-gay-church-folks-1.html

http://aliciabanks.vox.com/library/post/savage-sanctuaries---their-own-receive-them-not.html

Anonymous said...

"Blogger uptownsteve said...

(Steve stop reading here).

I stopped reading a long time ago.

Some of you sisters are so self-righteous and vehement in your anti-bm hysteria no one can convince you otherwise.

I find it kinda sad.

4:31 PM"


this is obvious
mo shit talkin from bitter females

alicia banks said...

assnons:

illiterate morons like you with limited vocab and even more limited comm skills must be perpetually decoded

ie
"bitter" = strong/wise/awake etc

thanks!!!

Anonymous said...

"i evade churches like the ebola virus because they are filled with sinners"adykeb

cuz it takes one to know one u just cant stand being around others just as evil as u
cunt

alicia banks said...

laa:

i have been a displaced yankee in red states/misnomered evil "bible belts" for decades...

and another phenom i have noticed in addition to the most ignorant and evil staying in church 3 days a week min is...

they listen ONLY to gospel music all day and night...compulsively/hynotically....ie i have lived in many small cities that have 0 black talk stations but 5 solid gospel stations on AM & FM with cloned fare....

like being an evil fool and abusing others all day and night can be absolved by a radio show/song/cd

tragic!!!

Anonymous said...

no bitter means the taste in someones mouth when theyre around ur toxicity

alicia banks said...

assnon:

you sound like the prez of the dunce deacon board...

got recycled gum?

chew on it!

it will give your moronic mouth something to do

Anonymous said...

u r a pathetic paranoid ocd having psycho that argue with ghosts online
it aint easy to push ur buttons

cunt

alicia banks said...

assnon:

good to know u r a ghost

now go scare up some gum to chew

that will keep u busy as you are too dumb to do more than one thing at a time

it will keep your ghostly goofy giddy ass from haunting the convo on thos blog

alicia banks said...

assnon:

nothing is more toxic than ignorance

and your invisible haunting of this blog is as lethal as arsenic!

alicia banks said...

hey deacon assnon:

it is wednesday!

take this poem to bible study wit cha!...amen?

FOR THE STRAIGHT FOLKS WHO DON'T MIND GAYS BUT WISH THEY WEREN'T SO BLATANT

by Pat Parker

You know, some people got a lot of nerve.

Sometimes I don't believe the things I see and hear.

Have you met the woman who's shocked by two women kissing and, in the same breath, tells you she is pregnant?

But gays, shouldn't be so blatant.

Or this straight couple sits next to you in a movie and you can't hear the dialogue because of the sound effects?

But gays shouldn't be so blatant.

And the woman in your office who spends an entire lunch hour talking about her new bikini drawers and how much her husband likes them?

But gays shouldn't be so blatant.

Or the "hip" chick in your class rattling like a mile a minute, while you're trying to get stoned in the john, about the camping trip she took with her musician boyfriend?

But gays shouldn't be so blatant.

You go into a public bathroom and all over the walls there's "John loves Mary", "Janice digs Richard", "Pepe loves Delores", etc., etc.

But gays shouldn't be so blatant.

Or you go to an amusement park and there's a tunnel of love with pictures of straights painted on the front and grinning couples are coming in and out?

But gays shouldn't be so blatant.

Fact is, blatant heterosexuals are all over the place.

Supermarkets, movies, on your job, in church, in books, on television every day and night, every place--even in gay bars--and they want gay men and woman to go and hide in the closet.

So to you straight folks I say, "Sure, I'll go if you go too. But, I'm polite so, after you."

Anonymous said...

uptownsteve said...
"Anonymous,

How about producing the name of ONE PERSON who said they were personally intimidated or impeded by the NBPP?

Take all the time you need."


Right, uppy. If a couple of white dudes in Klan hoods holding sticks in their hands stood outside your upscale voting venue, glaring menacingly at old ladies and your fat ass, you would be cool with that. You are such a douchebag.

MeandMyMicroscope said...

You know this convo would be much mo' better if there weren't so damn many comments from assnons!!!

Anonymous said...

"like being an evil fool and abusing others all day and night can be absolved by a radio show/song/cd

tragic!!!"
acuntball

u would know what evil is cuz u practice that shit every day with ur incessant diatribes

u r a worthless piece of spit out gum chewed by your pet fly mmm

Anonymous said...

"it aint easy to push ur buttons" anon about abutch

that is so true all

Anonymous said...

RIgmaiden always quotes people in bold. hmmm

Gregory said...

Field,
This World Cup continues to be full of surprises. Germany goes out with a whimper and Spain win with 1, rather than the 3 or 4 they deserved.

Spain v Netherlands on Sunday gives us several "firsts". It will be the first time a European nation have won a World Cup not played in Europe. Spain have never reached the finals and the Netherlands have never won at the finals. Klose may still break Ronaldo's record on Saturday, if those goals "count".

On to matters closer to the topic, I would recommend this article at MediaMatters:

Manufactured scandal: Right wing's phony allegations against the Justice Department

Kathy said...

I find Kagan's hiring practices to be very troubling, from what I have read at the link, she sounds like a fake liberal progressive, is she friends with Joel Stein? (snark)

Kathy said...

Blogger uptownsteve said...

(Steve stop reading here).

I stopped reading a long time ago.

Some of you sisters are so self-righteous and vehement in your anti-bm hysteria no one can convince you otherwise.

I find it kinda sad.

_____________
UTS,
You know, sometimes as a white person, I read things that make me feel uncomfortable, and it's almost always something that I need to learn or deal with, or something.
If you stop reading, you are losing out on some real opportunities.
just my 2ct.

uptownsteve said...

Ass-non

"Right, uppy. If a couple of white dudes in Klan hoods holding sticks in their hands stood outside your upscale voting venue, glaring menacingly at old ladies and your fat ass, you would be cool with that."

Sorry racist but there is no equivalence between the Klan and the Panthers.

The Klan are haters who have killed black people.

The BPP are activists who were murdered by cops.

Kathy said...

If a couple of white dudes in Klan hoods holding sticks in their hands stood outside your upscale voting venue, glaring menacingly at old ladies and your fat ass, you would be cool with that."
_____________
lol WHAT AN ASSHOLE, want some pictures of the "upscale" voting venue?

Kathy said...

The Klan are haters who have killed black people.

The BPP are activists who were murdered by cops.

9:11 PM
_____
True!

Anonymous said...

Kathy said...

"I'm a clueless, pathetic, borderline-retarded, fat ugly bitch!"
_____
True!

Anonymous said...

its not hot ever where so that global warming comment is wrong, im in ga and it nice here

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dan of steele said...

re the stoning of the Iranian woman. do you disapprove of the method the sentence is carried out or the death penalty?

can you not receive the death sentence in the US for accessory before the fact murder?

In Utah men sit in little rooms and shoot the condemned in the heart. If the Iranians choose to throw rocks at the head does that somehow make the death penalty less appealing?

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