Wednesday, March 02, 2011

The FOX NEWS Panthers, and more on Beyonce and Mike.


I will start this post by acknowledging that one of my recent House Negroes, Beyonce, has apparently donated the millions in "blood money" given to her by the Gaddafi crew to perform for them to the people of Haiti. Beyonce, if this is true, good for you. You are still in the house, but at least you can see outside now.

Also, last night I posted about Mike Huckabee and his little birther binge the other day. Well, apparently Mike took exception to all the reports that he knew that his O ness wasn't raised in Kenya. Mike is crying foul. He claims that the media is blowing things way out of proportion, unlike they did when his O ness said that there were 57 states. ---Actually Mike, the media made a pretty big deal about that as well. In fact, FOX NEWS is still making a big deal of it,but I digress.----

So Mike, what about your statement about his father and grandfather, and the whole Mau Mau thing? "Anti British"? OK, so even if you meant to say he grew up in Indonesia and not Kenya, how do you square that with all the other crap you said to that stark raving lunatic on his radio program?

Sorry Mike, if you were thinking about running for president, now might be a good time to reconsider.

Finally, Eric Holder went before congress on this New Black Panther (non) story, and one wingnut pol (from Texas of all places) tried to claim conspiracy on the part of DOJ to let the Negroes go. (Clearly these wingnut politricksters take their marching orders from Beckkk et al.)

Fortunately, Holder had a little field in him and let the wingnut have it:

"Think about that,' Holder said. 'When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people,' said Holder, who is black. "'

Yes, he is black. And I think we will keep him.







203 comments:

1 – 200 of 203   Newer›   Newest»
Ernesto said...

Priceless. You know there's nothing these confederate state wingnuts like worse than a negro sassing them. At least someone in this administration isn't afraid of putting a bit of well-needed perspective out there.

South Park Conservatives said...

Holder should want to seek justice for all people not just "his people".

Abstentus said...

@ SPC. There will NOT BE one people in America until we are all something brown. And have been for at least half a dozen generations.

We are way the hell (meaning many decades) away from that, still. Shame that it will take that long.

As ever. Field. love your work.

Thatsmr2u said...

I Applaud Mr Holder. Now,lets see how the wingnuts attempt to associate him as a "undercover brother" that supports African American "Militia's. I bet you! I can hear beckkk and Rush a Pill Limbaugh already plotting the story.

Joshua Davis said...

The thing is, weren't Americans outraged at British colonialism not so long ago? I don't get why Africans being outraged at the same thing is any different (especially considering the worst treating Africa received).

Dr said...

Huckabee represents the segment of our population that woke up on the morning of November 5, 2008, turned on the television, and thought to themselves, "OMFG!!! WTF JUST HAPPENED!!!!!"

South Park Conservatives said...

Its a non-story because it doesn't fit the liberal template.

The message has been sent.Blacks and other minority groups have been given a free pass to intimidate,commit violence against,and be racist towards white voters.

If this had been 2 tea party members armed with a nightstick,racist insults and threats,would Holder have dropped the case?

Rev. Right said...

"I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people,' said Holder, who is black."

Isn't that special.

Eric Holder's "people" are the American people, for which he has the privilege to serve as their chief law enforcement official. Eric Holder's job is to enforce the law as it it written, not based on whether or not the offender looks like him. This is the most politicized DOJ in the history of this Republic, and Eric Holder will be remembered for his sterling contribution to the incompetence and corruption of the Obama administration.

PilotX said...

Rev Right and SPC missed the point of AG Holder's statement. Anyone here surprised? He did not say he would not protect everyone's rights he simply stated, rightfully so, that it is not a fair comparison to say what happened in Philadelphia is in anyway comparable to what happened in the south in the 60's. Do you disagree with that statement SPC and Rev?
As far as Huckster, he is the typical GOP candidate, short on intelligence and long on good old downhome religion. Huck ins't smart enough to recite the D'Souza article he skimmed. It was cute of him to try though. Only Pawlenty and Romney seem to be bright but they aren't polling that well in most polls. Conservatives like their candidates stupid. Explains why most think what happened in Philly,PA is the same thing that happened in Philly, MS. Sad.

mellaneous said...

Field you know I agree with you as I said on the last thread his whole interview with that radio host was just wild.

It's hard to believe that any working class folks would take him seriously.

mellaneous said...

@ Josh Davis said:
"The thing is, weren't Americans outraged at British colonialism not so long ago? I don't get why Africans being outraged at the same thing is any different (especially considering the worst treating Africa received)."

Well Josh I guess not ALL Americans were outraged about British colonialism. There was a kind of colonial atmosphere goin on here at the time.

And of course the US ruling class had no problem with colonialism since they were doing a little of their own. However they specialized in creating lackey states that were beholden to them.

Huckabee is crazily trying to infer that Obama supported the Mau Mau or that the president would sell out US imperialism for African aspirations for freedom. And of course there is no chance of that.

I'll go on record to say that attempting to get rid of British colonialism by any means necessary was a good thing. The Mau Mau's were brought into existence by British thievery, cruelty and barbarism directed toward their Kenyan subjects.

Roderick said...

South Park Conservatives 11:01 PM

It's a non-story because:

1) the Panthers were in a overwhelmingly black precinct.
2) No witnesses testified before the Bush DOJ that they felt intimidated.
3) The Bush DOJ downgraded the case before Holder took office.
4) If you go to youtube there is a video of the 'incident' and a white women on a cell phone not a few feet away from the thugs and she doesn't seem afraid.

PilotX said...

But but but Roderick those were scary Black men with bats and everything and we have to have false equivalencies so we can all be equal ya know? Whites harassed Blacks and now Blacks harass good white folks. Ya know if they had been Klan members and blah blah. Funny, I don't remember the Klan going to all white voting districts to do their intimidating. Note to the New Black Panthers, if you want to intimidate white folks go to a white district.
On a serious note, they weren't there to intimidate white people, they were theree to protect th eelderly Black voters against Republican dirty tricks same as we did here in Chicago. Though I don't agree with their tactics I do agree with their intentions.
http://motherjones.com/mojo/2010/11/tea-party-black-voter-intimidation-south-carolina
I know this article is from 2010 but we all remember hearing such stories in '06 and prior and these guys made sure it wasn't going to happen to our most vunerable voters that fought for our right to vote because if I'm not mistaken didn't this happen at a retirement home?

mellaneous said...

Field you may have a point about Huckabee reconsidering. Was Huckabee suggesting that Obama's grandfather made up his story of torture and abuse?

According to him he was tortured by the British and confined for almost two years in a British concentration camp.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1091499/Barack-Obamas-grandfather-tortured-British-Kenyas-Mau-Mau-rebellion.html

Anonymous said...

PilotX said...
But but but Roderick those were scary Black men with bats and everything and we have to have false equivalencies so we can all be equal ya know


Bullshit, what they did was illegal. Why are Black Panthers at a polling station with batons blocking entrance and yelling at white people that "you about to be ruled by the black man, cracker"

If any of you can't put your racism on hold for one minute and be fair and just, then damn you the next time YOU are in a situation expecting justice.

It's ok to break the laws of the nation...when you THINK it benefits you. Because you equate with events in history, ok, then history will repeat itself the next time the boot is ready for your ass. The cycle needs to stop.

mellaneous said...

This is the kind of barbarism those who resisted or were accused of resisting British colonialism in Kenya.

A British officer describes his actions after capturing three known Mau Mau:

"I stuck my revolver right in his grinning mouth and I said something, I don’t remember what, and I pulled the trigger. His brains went all over the side of the police station. The other two Mickeys [Mau Mau] were standing there looking blank. I said to them that if they didn’t tell me where to find the rest of the gang I’d kill them too. They didn’t say a word so I shot them both. One wasn’t dead so I shot him in the ear. When the sub-inspector drove up, I told him that the Mickeys tried to escape. He didn’t believe me but all he said was 'bury them and see the wall is cleared up.'

Anonymous said...

Brought over from the last post as this is apparantly very relevant to this one


field negro said...
"Isn't it a shocker to have a racist attorney general who does not follow the rule of law of the country?"

Let me know when you find him. That Panther story was a non-story.It was manufactured by Megyn Kelly to drive up her ratings over at the FAKE NEWS Network



Really, I guess the video, with subsequent police report, eyewitness testimony, congressional hearings with testimony from insiders, dismissal of "GUILTY" charges, not the case but the Guilty Charges, DOJ stonewalling congress for over a year, Malik Shabizz repeatedly visiting the white house during this period....all these items were made up, especially the original act that was FILMED of voter intimidation where two Black Panthers blocked entrance to the polling place to white voters and told them "You are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker!"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIrKtoHYPsE

all the while with baton in hand.

Then again the DOJ stonewalled congress investigating the racism, lied to congress, attempted to block whistleblowers from telling the truth to congress all done by your pal Eric Holder.

We also know that Malik Shabizz the leader of the Black Panthers, defended Minister King Samir Shabazz the criminal in the voter intimidation case -he was found guilty (Really - Maurice Heath) again the same guy who says if you want freedom you have to kill a cracker, Malik Shabizz defended him on one of his many recorded visits to the white house to confer with the Justice Department on this issue. Not to mention his tour of TV doing the same.



http://www.thenewamerican.com/index.php/usnews/politics/6535-holder-reveals-underlying-racism-in-doj-treatment-of-black-panther-case


Now somehow all of this is FOX's fault for having the nerve to report that Eric Holder said it was denigrating to "his People" for having to answer to his breaking the law when he confessed that the Department was lax in the voter-intimidation case against members of the New Black Panther Party because they are African American.

You know this does you more harm, people are not stupid or should I say crazy liberals.
No. He can’t possibly be a criminal and there was no voter intimidation even though it was filmed. Sure it's all FOX's fault.

King SHaMear can't possibly be a racist, because he’s a member of a historically oppressed group, and only members of the privileged elite oppressive majority can be racists.

If his organization succeeds in its goal and destroys white people, leaving the surviving remnant a minority in the land, perhaps then his program would become “racist”.

Amazing how shameless you are.

Anonymous said...

Ernesto said...
Priceless. You know there's nothing these confederate state wingnuts like worse than a negro sassing them. At least someone in this administration isn't afraid of putting a bit of well-needed perspective out there.



Talking points ernesto. Do you say anything original? How about sticking with what was said and what it means instead of the over oft used generalizations that are nothing but childish rants.

Rottnkid said...

Off topic..I think Rhode Island is not on protests

mellaneous said...

More gorry details about the British efforts to curtail African aspirations of freedom.

"Settler groups, displeased with the government's response to the increasing Mau Mau threat created their own units to combat the Mau Mau. One settler with the Kenya Police Reserve's Special Branch described an interrogation of a Mau Mau, suspected of murder, which he assisted: "By the time I cut his balls off he had no ears, and his eyeball, the right one, I think, was hanging out of its socket. Too bad, he died before we got much out of him."

Just curious, how could Americans view this as any thing else but barbarous. What position on this could Americans have that Obama would not have?

Hopefully Huckabee is not suggesting that working folks in the US see British colonialism as a good thing, esp in Kenya in which tens and thousands were murdered in detention (concentration) camps from about 1952 to 1960.Clearly one would have to be outraged. Or wouldn't they.

Recently the Brits have been doing some soul searching about the terror campaign the rulers launched against the Mau Mau, who of course committed acts of terror as well in their efforts to be free from British domination and exploitation.

But they were just playing compared to the British atrocities and violation of international and moral law.

Caroline Elkins has written a great book on the subject,titled; "Imperial Reckonings: The Untold Story of Britains Gulag in Kenya"

I read it about a year ago and it puts a different light on the idea of British colonialism in Kenya as benign and beneficent!

CAROLYN MOON said...

"Think about that,' Holder said. 'When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people,' said Holder, who is black. "'

"Yes, he is black. And I think we will keep him."
********************
Field...Do you think Fannie Lou Hammer, Medgar Evers, Vernon Dahmer, Goodman, Schwerner, Chaney, (4 angels)(Denise McNair,Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley, Addie Mae Collins, Dr. King, et al heard those words as well. How symbolic and reality based. Yep...he's a keeper!!!

I think I'll sleep pretty good tonight.

mellaneous said...

Field you gotta admit that Holder's statement while he hasn't done much else to relieve black suffering was bordering on Field Negro behaviour.

SickupandFed said...

@SPC...blow it out of your ___! You are a child. With all the brain power of a jar of paste.

SickupandFed said...

BTW, I have real mixed feelings about The reporter in Seattle. Well the camera was rolling so I guess he thought it was the best thing to do. I had a similar situation some years ago.

I was working as a News Photographer at the time. I was sent to cover a "Stop the Racism" rally. Skinheads had been acting up. By the time I got there the skinheads had shown up to challenge folk. But what ended up happening was everybody attacked them instead. I got some really great shots of one getting his ass handed to him. There was a cop there too. He watched him get his ass kicked for a good minute and a half.

Were we bad people? I doubt it. The life lesson that guy got that day may have saved his life.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Field, after listening to Mr. Beck's radio show that you linked to, there is no doubt that he had some good points about Holder's racial attitude. For the US Attorney General to use the term "my people" is inappropriate and smacks of racism. Holder is supposed to be for ALL Americans.

Of course, for racists like most on this blog, you are delighted and want to see more discrimination in your favor. Tell me, Mr Field, in what direction do you think your racist attitude- and your FN disciples like mellaneous and PilotX- will take our beloved country?

I'll answer the question for you: it will cause more racism and more hate and ill-will between the Blacks and Whites.

Field, you and your devoted students such as Mack Lying, mellaneous, and the rest who chime in with you like a bunch of monkeys and parrots need to STFU. You are making things hard for us Blacks who are trying to make in America. My God, man wake up!

Anonymous said...

you ought to lay off huckabee, he has already apologized, which is more than eric holder has done for his outrageous remarks.

why can't holder just be attorney general without getting all caught up with racial politics? who wants a DOJ like that?

never before in the history of this country has there been a racially biased DOJ.

Shady_Grady said...

@Mell,
Thanks for the book title.

Wesley R said...

Field,

Huckabee is trying to go for the voters on the right who are nuts. He's a moderate and he's looking to capture the Palin crowd. In the long run though he screwed himself, because he'll lose the Independent vote.

field negro said...

"1) the Panthers were in a overwhelmingly black precinct.
2) No witnesses testified before the Bush DOJ that they felt intimidated.
3) The Bush DOJ downgraded the case before Holder took office.
4) If you go to youtube there is a video of the 'incident' and a white women on a cell phone not a few feet away from the thugs and she doesn't seem afraid."

Thanks Roderick.

And if I may, I would like to add No. 5

I personally spoke to (white) people who were there and they said that the clowns acting as NBP members were a joke. A joke. They were NOT intimidated in any way.
Folks, this is Philly. A bum on the street is more intimidating than those clowns. One day we will all find out that the group was fronted by Rupert Murdoch. :)

"you ought to lay off huckabee, he has already apologized, which is more than eric holder has done for his outrageous remarks."

How were his remarks "outrageous"?
(Please see what Pilot X wrote.)
BTW, SPC you did not answer Pilot X's question. I am curious to know if you people equate the actions of the NBP clowns on that Election Day to what people went through during the civil rights struggle in this country.

Huckabee is leading the republican straw poll for Prez. "Houston, we have a problem." :)

field negro said...

"Field you gotta admit that Holder's statement while he hasn't done much else to relieve black suffering was bordering on Field Negro behaviour."

Yes Mell. it was.


"Of course, for racists like most on this blog, you are delighted and want to see more discrimination in your favor. Tell me, Mr Field, in what direction do you think your racist attitude- and your FN disciples like mellaneous and PilotX- will take our beloved country?"

The RIGHT one.

BTW, there is someone on line one for you: Something about a "DROP SQUAD." :)

chicago dyke said...

Haiti? not the revolutionaries in Libya? it's their frakking money, after all. Gaddafi is worth ~130Billion, and all of that should be in the treasury of the Libyan people.

that's the problem with taking big checks from the super rich to play private parties. Elton recently sang for some gig Rush hosted, so disgusting for a gay artist to do. a performer would be hard pressed to find a really rich person from whom to take money that didn't have some blood on it. it's how most of today's rich got and stay rich; by oppressing the poor somewhere in the world and stealing resources. oil, pension funds, weapons...

no_slappz said...

field, seems like you missed a story.

Serena Williams has a serious health condition

Greg Couch

The good news is that they found it, they discovered it.

Serena Williams underwent "emergency treatment" Monday, Feb. 28, 2011, days after doctors discovered a blood clot in her lungs, People magazine reported.

“Tough day,’’ Williams wrote on her Twitter account about midnight Pacific on Tuesday.

This is a big deal. Williams had a major medical issue. But she also avoids what could have been a disaster: If she had taken the court for, say Wimbledon, with an undetected blood clot in her lungs, it is possible she could have just dropped right there.

It is manageable from here, and presumably she’s now on blood thinners, and will be for six months or so.

If her health is stabilized, and the immediate danger avoided, you still wonder how much more we will see of her on the tennis court the way we know her.

She is 29 now, the start of old age in tennis. To be honest, she has rarely kept herself in the best of shape. And now this. She is being monitored.

People Magazine reported that Williams was seen several times in recent days at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. The funny thing, and so typical of Williams, is that she also was seen at red carpet Academy Award parties, apparently looking fabulous.

She hasn’t played on tour since July, when she won Wimbledon. After that, she suffered a mysterious foot injury. She has given conflicting explanations for what happened, and even whether her foot surgery was absolutely necessary.

Now she has been out for eight months.

Throughout her career, Williams, and to a lesser extent her sister, Venus, has been the face of American tennis, and also of women’s sports.

She has been her sport’s most polarizing figure, with an incredible mix of highs and lows.

She has been a role model to young girls, maybe the best example in the history of sport of a strong woman. I once suggested that she would be the perfect new model for Miss America, strong, smart, athletic, beautiful and not the size 0 dangerously promoted as the ideal to girls in magazines, movies and TV. She has been an amazing story of a black girl who grew up in the tough town of Compton, Calif., and dominated a sport historically made up of wealthy white people.

Who would have thought her career would end so strangely, if that’s what’s happening here?

I called my own doctor, James Cunnar M.D. in Naperville, Ill., to get a grasp of how serious this is, and what might have happened.

He said -- without having seen Williams -- that it all adds up. The pulmonary embolism, the clot, likely was the result of her foot surgery. The surgery could have left “a clump of pooled blood.”

He said she likely felt chest pains and was tired, short of breath and possibly dizzy.

“This is serious,’’ he said. “She’s not coming back in two weeks.’’

Is it life-threatening?

“Oh yeah,’’ he said. “It can be life-threatening.’’

It can work like a clogged pipe. And then, as more things keep getting pushed into the pipe, the clog grows. Eventually, in a body with a clot, it is hard to get the blood through.

Next up, is the U.S. Fed Cup team in April, and that would seem unlikely now. If she doesn’t play, and the team ends its season with a loss, then Williams will not be eligible to compete in the 2012 Olympics.

Forget about that now. Forget about any of the polarizing things.

This is real. This is serious.

Anonymous said...

Rev Wite, how soon you forget. bush had the most politicized DOJ...ever. This from R sources.
And they did intimidate and cage voters. And decline to prosecute. And write memos that torturing brown people was OK.
How dare Holder identify with those uppity AfAm citizens who sought redress for wrongs! How dare he call persons beaten for the crime of voting while Black...his people!
Funny, I don't hear Napolitano on FOX apologizing for 'his people'. Does this great weepiness mean that no person should march in the St Patrick's Day Parade?
Maybe it's because the last beat-downs of whites were during union efforts...and we just know those folks were uppity and icky and should have been hit. Right?
Ummm...this is the same crew that told you Brietbart was honest...that Lila Rose is honest. And we are supposed to beleeve them...why? Call me a Philly gal wit Attytood...but if you lie to me twice..you a liar. I don't thinkerate that this time you telling the truth.
FOX can't get licensed in Canada because they can't meet minimal standards for broadcasting. Since when do WI Capitals have palm trees?

MOld

Anonymous said...

Oh, if you-all want to compare voting fraud...there are OCD bloggers who track the issue. Dave Niewart is one. Seems you piddle over ScaryBlackDudes(tm) in Philly and overlook the caging of your own vote. Yes, the bush DOJ had a concerted effort to remove your entire economic class from voting rolls. Although you may thinkerate your 1/4 acre is property...think...what constitutes property and what would be the entrance requirements. You may feel free to use the ones our Found Fathers did...and then overlay it to our time.

Mold

no_slappz said...

This kerfuffle is a non-story.

Holder said:

When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people,' said Holder, who is black. "

In one sense it's a non-story. What happened in the Civil Rights Era South, mainly in the 1960s, was experienced by only a small number of people -- white and black -- who are voters today.

Like WWII, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, the era is now part of the past, which means people younger than 50 know about it only because they have read about it or learned something about it at school.

Meanwhile, the New Black Panther story was a story about an event that had no impact on anything that mattered. Were a couple of people intimidated? Who cares?

However, I have been on the scene when blacks play the intimidation game. In the early 1990s in Brooklyn, a Korean Deli became the object of black protest because the owner caught a black woman shoplifting and got into a tussle with her. The surrounding black population was outraged that a black woman was accused of shoplifting and the fun began.

Sonny Carson, a despicable anti-white leader in the black community got involved. He's known for leading protests of the NYC public school system in the late 1960s that resulted in changes that led to the stunning failure rates of black students.

Anyway, during the boycott of the Korean Deli, blacks stood on the sidewalk outside the deli, more or less forming a wall blocking people from entering.

There was media coverage. Blacks ranted about asians making money in the black community and asserted the deli should be a black-owned and operated business.

David Dinkins was mayor at the time and he was unwilling to challenge the obviously unlawful behavior of the black protestors. Meanwhile the deli owner was going broke so Dinkins empowered the city to move his business to Queens.

The deli site then closed down and remained closed for at least six months. Maybe longer. When it reopened, it was again, a Korean deli, and it is still a Korean deli today. No blacks stepped forward to open that black business they ranted about when the reporters and cameras were present.

That's how it goes every time. All talk. No action.

no_slappz said...

mellaneous, you wrote:

I'll go on record to say that attempting to get rid of British colonialism by any means necessary was a good thing. The Mau Mau's were brought into existence by British thievery, cruelty and barbarism directed toward their Kenyan subjects.

And life in Kenya has been paradise since the British departed. The population is 40 million in a country the size of Nevada. The median age is less than 19 and life expectancy is 58.

Approximately 7% of the population has AIDS.

The risk of contracting a major infectious disease is high. Typical diseases are hepatitis, typhoid fever, malaria and rabies.

Ten percent of the population is muslim and another 10% are still worshipping the old tribal spirits.

Islamic law is part of the new Kenyan constitution. So we know where this country is headed. Moreover, leadership roles -- president, for example -- are not well defined. In other word, Kenya is ripe for a dictator. Hardly a new development for this country since its independence from Britain.

The economy is as corrupt as they get in this part of the world and it shows in the country's GDP. On a per-person basis, the GDP is $1,600. Dirt poor.

The unemployment rate is estimated at 40%, but it's probably worse.

Kenya is another shining example of black leadership.

no_slappz said...

chicago dyke writes:

a performer would be hard pressed to find a really rich person from whom to take money that didn't have some blood on it. it's how most of today's rich got and stay rich; by oppressing the poor somewhere in the world and stealing resources. oil, pension funds, weapons...

Let's see. The list includes Gaddafi, who has stolen virtually all the money paid to Libya for its oil AND you must keep in mind that Libya is an Islamic country, which means the women are actual slaves. Thus, it is remarkable that Beyonce performed there. On top of that, it was even dumber that she's giving the money to Haiti, where a different group of thugs and criminals will steal it. Suffering Haitians will see NONE of it.

Anyway, all middle east oil shieks steal all the oil money for themselves and put virtually none of it into the betterment of life in their countries.

Yes, there are lots of leaders of nations around the world who live to oppress their hapless citizens. Every African nation is run by an oppressive regime. The corrupt leaders are rich beyond measure and the people in their nations live in sewers.

However, it appears you are implying that American business leaders are the oppressors. If that's your belief, then how about an example?

no_slappz said...

Ah, those suburban white kids and their mischief...

Teens Arrested After Flash Mob Incident At Liberty Place
March 3, 2011 6:57 AM

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Police say five teenagers are in custody after a flash mob gathered at Liberty Place in Center City Wednesday evening.

It all started about 5:30 in the area of 15th and Chestnut Streets. Central Detectives received a radio call of a large flash mob in the street. Arriving officers found 30-to-40 teens in the street weaving in and out of traffic, and pushing pedestrians on the sidewalk.

The group of teens then entered Liberty Place, knocking over promotion signs outside of stores, and then went into the food court and began flipping tables. Police say all the activity inside was caught on surveillance video.

The flash mob then exited Liberty Place on the Walnut Street side, where some of them were apprehended by police.

The teens in custody are charged with rioting, conspiracy, criminal mischief, reckless endangerment, and disorderly conduct.

All of the defendants deny knowing the others involved. Police say all five teens attend different high schools in Philadelphia.

uptownsteve said...

SPC grunts

"The message has been sent.Blacks and other minority groups have been given a free pass to intimidate,commit violence against,and be racist towards white voters."

Evidence of intimidation and violence by Panthers toward white voters.

Take all the time you need asswipe.

uptownsteve said...

"1) the Panthers were in a overwhelmingly black precinct."

17th and Hunting Park???

Uh yeah.

The only white folks you see around there are cops.

South Park Conservatives said...

Why did the civil rights division dismiss a lawsuit they had already won?

Why did Holder,DOJ,CRD, stonewall anyone who tried to look into the reasoning why the case was dropped?



Holder has said its ok to shout racial threats and insults at white people.

Obama and Holder has green lit white people.

Don't be suprised in 2012 if white voters are beaten and murdered while trying to vote.


Obama continues to be the most polarizing president in the history of Amerkkka.

alicia banks said...

fn:

yes

i love eric

but those nigs disgraced huey and the original BPP as nearly all of those "new bpp" fools do



bottom line=

pookies rule all now
even the new "bpp"
shame!!!!!!!


eric and all bm like uts and lack and retarded kid etc must learn to defend their ills with more than "someone else is worse than us/them" etc

shame on eric!!!!!

alicia banks said...

as always, i am FAR more fair than most of the mareally blind hobama nazis on this blog...shame!!!!

alicia banks said...

memos to eric holder:

tell hobama about HIS starving jobless homeless black people!!!!

&

free mumia!!!
http://aliciabanks.xanga.com

alicia banks said...

rodprick:

u would never list such bs to defend 2 wms with baseball bats at a black poll.

EVER!

got hypocrisy much????

alicia banks said...

hey fn:

why is it ok for lack to make racist references to the mau mau
but not hickabee???????

why????

both lack and hickabee are equally racist and arrogantly ignorant as they both revise african history, spew ahistorical racist slurs, and erroneusly engage wholly irrelevant afrocentric references to that corp/bankster money green demon hobama!!!

uptownsteve said...

SPC

"Holder has said its ok to shout racial threats and insults at white people."

You can provide evidence of this as well.

Not that I expect any.

South Park Conservatives said...

If the Wisconsin state employees hate the Koch brothers so much why does their retirement plan invest in Koch Industries Bonds?


Question from GatewayP



uptownsteve said...
SPC

"Holder has said its ok to shout racial threats and insults at white people."

You can provide evidence of this as well.

Not that I expect any.

9:26 AM



By dismissing a case that had already beeen won,it sends the message that Obama/Holder/DOJ is ok with this kind of racist behavior.

The case that had already been won, was dismissed because the racist thug black panthers are "his people".

maria said...

let's pretend context matters, shall we?

what holder said was that this incident was clearly NOT the worst incidence of voter intimidation, compared to the the past.

and he's RIGHT.

"The Attorney General seemed to take personal offense at a comment Culberson read in which former Democratic activist Bartle Bull called the incident the most serious act of voter intimidation he had witnessed in his career.

"Think about that," Holder said. "When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people," said Holder, who is black."

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

mareally excuses all black men:

it is not the worst.

and THAT is not a valid defense.

it was STILL wrong!!!

they should still be prosecuted!

and u r still a wigga whore that should send them care pkgs on jail!!!

maria said...

what is wrong, if you could ever stay on topic and answer a direct question. his statement is CORRECT.

i excused nothing. you are the worst sort of person. you work constantly against your own best interest. i guess its part of your diagnoses, the self-loathing, etc.

alicia banks said...

spc:

ditto

it was a hostile racist action.

a bona fide classic case of voter abuse.

and it should be prosecuted.

alicia banks said...

mareally a swirled brazen bitch:

like hobama
u lie u bitch!!!!!!!!!

i do not hate myself

i adore myself

that is why i refuse to pretend that hobama can be black when he comes from the womb of a wf like YOU!

see?

and i love black people.

that is why i will not love hobama as he betrays and slays them

see wigga?

see???

maria said...

and as usual, FUCK you. you have no cause to constantly insult me. you know NOTHING of my personal behavior as i have stated OVER AND OVER AGAIN. because i post on a blog written by a black man DOES NOT MAKE ME A WHORE, or INTERESTED IN BLACK MEN.

you're an alleged lesbian, so by that measure, what the fuck are you doing on this blog if it's really a dating site? and you're a conservative, so again, what the fuck are you doing on this blog? HUH? stupid bitch! i have had enough of you. ENOUGH. you're a female clayton bigsby!

alicia banks said...

mareally lumping all black men:

like hobama u lie!!!!!!!

u excused eric for his sorry excuse u liar!!!

those thugs and hobama have nothing to do with civil rights era heros/huey etc

and u NOR eric associating them with irrelevant heroes will EVER make one of them heroic!!!

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

mareally deeply digging a bigger hole for herself/kim k:

i have never phoned any woman at home on this blog as u do rk

i never woo any woman on this blog as u do uts

u insult me daily u silly bitch and i will never allow u to do so unchecked as your black mammy maids mr and the vdlr do

get over that like u did your last std bitch!!!!

unnerved much????

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

mareally geeked into her fatal descent:

and

u blatantly lie about every thing i post to this blog daily in addition to your endless insults

u r a rabid wigga

and i will continue to slay u and
NEVER take your incessant racist trolling trifling nicole bs in silence

bet!!!

u buffonish black stud loving bitch!!!

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

mareally inept and envious:

i am an actual lesbian

that is why i am not waiting on a child support check for a bastard brat/alimony for a man who dumped me as u r now...

i am not a neocon
that is why i hate that rabid blackish repub elitist neocon mf hobama

and

where is your easy blog u keystone kim k kkkop?????

police that u dizzy bitch!!!!

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

mareally a homohater bm lover:

start here u trick bitch!!!!

this is a stellar lesbian site that is not a dating site!!!

http://aliciabanks.xanga.com

alicia banks said...

mareally a gaybashing whore:

"dating sites"???
wtf????

got google?

see MILLIONS of gay sites that are NOT dating sites

u facebook floozy for black studs!!!!

Anonymous said...

uptownsteve said...
SPC

"Holder has said its ok to shout racial threats and insults at white people."

You can provide evidence of this as well.

Not that I expect any.


Your racism makes you either really, really dense or you are just a liar. EIther way a man you cannot trust.

Bloodhound said...

Give it up, Maria.

AB is even uglier on the inside than she is on the outside.

IF that's even possible.

alicia banks said...

bh/maria:

both of u illiterate faceless fugly bitches have rabies.

and i could not care less...

alicia banks said...

uts:

get your stray white bitch.

she needs shots and she is collecting stray pals herein...

Anonymous said...

FN SAID.....

I personally spoke to (white) people who were there and they said that the clowns acting as NBP members were a joke. A joke. They were NOT intimidated in any way.
Folks, this is Philly. A bum on the street is more intimidating than those clowns. One day we will all find out that the group was fronted by Rupert Murdoch. :)

Really, now why in the hell would Rupert Murdoch front the Black Panthers - remember this is the group who committed the illegal actions and Eric Holder is the one who dismissed the already guilty verdicts despite congressional protests and inquiries.

Really, so despite the guy filming it being a poll watcher and telling the Black Panthers they were intimidating with a weapon in their hand yelling out "you about to be ruled by a Black Man, cracker" and blocking the entrances to vote for only white people, no one was intimidated including the eyewitnesses to this event?

OK then by your logic, your racism is justified because the site where the illegal poll activity took place was dominantly Black and I guess in your mind this made them more secure in blocking whites and calling them cracker and telling them they were about to be ruled by a Black Man, because the Whites just shouldnt have been there in an mostly black polling district.

All this coming from the man who faints at the merest hint of someone having an honest discussion if they even think of using the word Black but are not Black. Racism chaser...chaser upper is more like it.

I guess when your double standard is applied you wont have much to chase, after all when brothers are sunjected to racism in ALL white neighborhoods, then as you said its ok for whites to be racist. Just like its ok for Blacks to be racist in all Black neighborhoods.

Are you really sure you want to set this despicable double standard and not follow the rule of law protecting everyones rights in this country? Ignoring every bit of evidence including video and simply playing the race card?

How vile is it when you have a lawyer who does not understand what the rule of law has done for civilization in the US and who issues blatant passes because of his racism.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or are wite folks scared chickenpoo that AfAms will do what their wite GOP Daddies did to AfAm voters? Sounds like some bullies don't like 'payback'.

Slappy, it isn't just Kenya...and you forget that we (US) deposed any leader who showed a hint of spine. Mossadegh, Uncle Ho, Allende...long list. Essentially, the Powers set up the rulers, gave them arms and advisors, and watched as TeaBagger Palinites 'took back' their countries.

Funny how the weeping willies of wimpdom had to be imports...not local Philly voters. Speaking of imports, Governor Weasel of WI had a group brought in to riot over counting votes...ummm...to applaud his manly manliness and the brave heroism of refusing to collect taxes off the rich. They also cheered his stealing from widders and orphans.

Mold

maria said...

washington post

What the right won't tell you about the Black Panther case
By Adam Serwer
Yesterday the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights released the final version of its interim report on the New Black Panther voter intimidation case, complete with the dissents from the Democratic commissioners.

Some on the right, such as Post blogger Jennifer Rubin, are very excited about this report, insisting that it vindicates their claim that this is a real live scandal. But it doesn't do anything of the kind. Quite the opposite.

The dissents reveal a number of salient details about the case and the investigation that have been ignored, but that shed light on the mindset of the attorneys who filed the case and the original case itself. Even the original, infamous video of the two NBPP members standing outside the Philadelphia polling place was edited down, omitting a cryptic conversation between Republican poll watchers concerned about "[expletive] up the story."

As I've written before, former voting section attorney J. Christian Adams has found celebrity as a "whistleblower" among conservatives for testifying that the voting section dismissed a "slam dunk" voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party. In reality, in the weeks before the original complaint was filed, Adams was deeply worried that he didn't have enough evidence to go forward. "Under the statute, a black poll watcher for you being abused or insulted is critical, and thus far, I don't have one," Adams wrote in an e-mail, apparently to Republican political consultant Mike Roman.

The dissent notes that Adams apparently settled on an "account" given to them by Roman, who operates Election Journal, the website that initially posted the infamous video of the two NBPP members standing outside the polling place.

On December 11, 2008 -- eleven days before the J Memo was issued -- Mr. Roman offered to provide Mr. Adams with a "definitive chronology" and informed Mr. Adams that he planned to "make contact with each [Republican voter in the precinct] to determine if they felt any intimidation at the polling location." Mr. Adams described Mr. Roman's offer to interview witnesses for him as "fantastic."

It's beyond strange that Adams, who is accusing the Justice Department of politicization, would rely on a Republican political consultant to do his job for him. Although, as the report notes, Adams doesn't seem to have been able to cut it on his own. Fortunately, now Roman and Adams are colleagues of sorts, both contributors to Andrew Breitbart's website Big Government, where Adams weaves his grand tales of black racist conspiracies concocted by the Obama administration.

Having been unable to find any actual voters who were intimidated, Adams and his colleagues settle on the witness accounts of Republican poll watchers.

The J memo (or justification memo) arguing that the case should be brought forward states that two Republican poll watchers, Larry and Angela Counts, were so intimidated by the two NBPP that they were afraid to go outside, that they had their lunch brought to them as a result, and that Angela Counts had expressed the fear that someone might "bomb" the polling place.

maria said...

When they were deposed by the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, neither recalled ever actually seeing the NBPP members at all. Larry Counts expressed surprise that the NBPP even existed, mentioning that they were "dead," presumably referring to the actual Black Panther Party of the 1960s and 70s.

It's unclear why discrepancies between the depositions of the poll watchers and the J memo exist, as Adams and another attorney personally conducted those interviews. They appear to have mistakenly assumed that the Countses were Republicans -- in fact they were Democrats who were looking to make a little extra cash working as poll watchers. Perhaps the belief was that as Republicans, they'd go along with the narrative being constructed.

The report identifies other errors in the original J memo, including the proposition that both NBPP members were "armed" (only one possessed a baton) and refers to the NBPP as a "well organized group" that had planned to deploy 300 members at polling stations around the country. Which, as the report notes, because there were no other reports of NBPP members anywhere else in the country, that means that the party's plan for deployment "had a 99% failure rate."

The two conservative "whistleblowers" deposed by the commission have used the fact that the attorneys who evaluated the case recommended going forward as proof the case had merit. In fact, as one of the attorneys mentioned in an e-mail, "The most difficult case to make at this stage is against the national party and [NBPP leader] Malik Shabazz." But the recommendation was premised on the obviously inflated evidence in the J memo, with its "narrative" framed with help from an outside political consultant, and with only Republican poll watchers as witnesses.

Of course, when the case was reviewed by the Obama administration, the weakness of the case the case against the national party became apparent, so they pursued an injunction against the one NBPP member with a baton, a decision that has been the basis of the unparalleled waste of time and resources that is this investigation, not to mention elaborate conspiracy theories about the anti-white racism of the president and attorney general.

Again, this story has really been about two things -- attorneys associated with the politicized leadership of the Bush Justice Department taking revenge for having been exposed by the internal investigations conducted by the Justice Department, and discrediting the work of the Civil Rights Division itself. The next time a Republican President takes office, Republicans will use this single, trumped up incident to allege that "politicization" of arguably the most important function of government, upholding the rule of law, is mere business as usual.

Jennifer Rubin, (who, apparently lacking confidence in the credibility of her argument, refers to Heritage Foundation's Todd Gaziano as a "political independent") refers to the report as "a blistering rebuttal of the statements of Democratic commissioners," but the report is notable for its precise lack of such a rebuttal. There are twenty-two pages of dissent from Democratic Commissioners Michael Yaki and Arlan Melendez included in the report. The conservative commissioners do not refer to them at all. Instead they train their fire on the apostasy of Republican Commissioner Abigail Thernstrom, who first identified the investigation as an effort to "topple" the Obama administration and offered a brief, one-page dissent the conservative commissioners dismiss as lacking "specifics."

I suppose if one pretends the specifics don't exist, then they don't exist. After all, you don't want to "[expletive] up the story" with facts.

Roderick said...

SPC:Why did the civil rights division dismiss a lawsuit they had already won?

Why did Holder,DOJ,CRD, stonewall anyone who tried to look into the reasoning why the case was dropped?

The lawsuit was brought by the Bush DOJ. It was downgraded by the Bush DOJ.
Explain to me why one administration should enforce something another administration did?
SPC:If the Wisconsin state employees hate the Koch brothers so much why does their retirement plan invest in Koch Industries Bonds?

Do you honestly believe that the union members personally have input into where their retirement money is invested. My guess is there is an office in the state of WI that determines where those funds are invested.
alicia banks: rodprick:

Bitch my name is Roderick. Don’t forget it next time because I ain’t your mammy and I will snatch that weave off your head.

alicia banks:u would never list such bs to defend 2 wms with baseball bats at a black poll.EVER!
got hypocrisy much????

Alicia, I have read from posters who live in Philly and those two guys are attention-seekers and everyone knows not to take them seriously. The guy who had the stick is about 5’6 and 130 according to one guy who lives there,but if you want to follow Bush and his trash go right ahead.

maria said...

New Black Panthers: The Fox Cycle Bears Fruit
March 01, 2011 3:20 pm ET by Simon Maloy

Politico reports this afternoon that Attorney General Eric Holder showed real exasperation today at a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing when he was asked about the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) case. After being told by Rep. John Culberson (R-Texas) that a poll watcher had said the New Black Panther incident -- in which two members of the fringe group stood menacingly outside a Philadelphia polling station and produced exactly zero reports of voter intimidation -- was "the most serious act of voter intimidation he had witnessed in his career," Holder fired back:

"Think about that," Holder said. "When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, to compare what people subjected to that with what happened in Philadelphia, which was inappropriate....to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line for my people," said Holder, who is black.

Holder noted that his late sister-in-law, Vivian Malone Jones, helped integrate the University of Alabama.

"To compare that kind of courage, that kind of action, to say some Black Panther incident is of greater concern to us, historiclally, I think just flies in the face of history," Holder said with evident exasperation.
This followed, according to the report, Culberson saying to Holder: "There's clearly overwhelming evidence that your Department of Justice refuses to protect the rights of anybody other than African-Americans to vote."

That the attorney general should have to remind a congressional panel of America's tragic history of race-based disenfranchisement is nothing short of remarkable. Also remarkable is the fact that these questions are being posed by a member of Congress to the attorney general in the first place. And for that we have the Fox Cycle to thank.

The New Black Panther "controversy" was investigated by the Bush administration and settled by the Obama administration, which obtained judgment against one of the defendants. But it never died in the right-wing blogosphere and talk radio, and the story found new life after DOJ "whistleblower" J. Christian Adams (a GOP activist hired by a Bush political appointee who was found to have improperly politicized DOJ hiring) claimed that charges against the NBPP were dropped because Holder's Justice Department refuses to prosecute cases in which black defendants are accused of civil rights violations.

The whole "controversy" was manufactured as a weapon to damage the Obama administration politically, and is fraught with contradictory and unsupported allegations of wrongdoing. But Adams' accusations were reason enough for Fox News to beat the voter intimidation drum for weeks on end and host Adams' for softball "exclusive" interviews. Pressured by Fox News and the familiar accusations of "liberal bias," other cable and print outlets picked up the story, and even credited Fox News for being ahead of the curve.

Now this same "controversy," which owes its very existence the right-wing media's persistent disregard for the truth, is occupying the time of the House of Representatives and the attorney general.

alicia banks said...

mareally desperate/mareally dimwitted:

are u pasting too u name caller?????

and???

still!!!:

ERIC NOR U CAN EVER EXCUSE WHAT IS INEXCUSABLE!

deal with that u trifling trick troll!!!

alicia banks said...

castrated bald fugly limp rodprick:

why r u playing like maria???

really????

my long lovely silky soft nappy dread locks are all natural.

can u say the same for your s curl???

or for maria's ratty weave u pissy lil beta male bitch????

alicia banks said...

rodprick:

just because u r the baby bastard in maria's nig boy stable...

does not mean i will not crush u just like i do misse anne and her bigger dogs boy...bet

watch where u woof nig!!!

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
LAER said...

In reviewing the shameful way that Eric Holder has politicized the Department of Justice to a degree never seen before, it is useful to revisit the man's history. The LA Times did some serious reporting on Eric Holder back in 2009 when he was the nominee for Attorney General:

"Attorney general nominee Eric H. Holder Jr. repeatedly pushed some of his subordinates at the Clinton Justice Department to drop their opposition to a controversial 1999 grant of clemency to 16 members of two violent Puerto Rican nationalist organizations, according to interviews and documents.

Details of the role played by Holder, who was deputy attorney general at the time, had not been publicly known until now. The new details are of particular interest because Republican senators have vowed to revisit Holder’s role during his confirmation hearings next week.

This pardon, outrageous as it was, was overshadowed at the time by the Rich pardon. But in our post-9/11 world, it is clearly the most controversial item in Holder’s record. Even at the time, Congress howled in protest and called Holder to the carpet, but he refused to answer their questions about why Clinton and Holder ignored the cries of the FBI, federal prosecutors and other law enforcement officials, who were vehemently opposed to the clemency grants."

The LAT report goes on to show how Holder squashed all opposition to granting clemency to the FALN terrorists:

"New interviews and an examination of previously undisclosed documents indicate that Holder played an active role in changing the position of the Justice Department on the commutations.

Holder instructed his staff at Justice’s Office of the Pardon Attorney to effectively replace the department’s original report recommending against any commutations, which had been sent to the White House in 1996, with one that favored clemency for at least half the prisoners, according to these interviews and documents.

And after Pardon Attorney Roger Adams resisted, Holder’s chief of staff instructed him to draft a neutral “options memo” instead, Adams said."

The options memo allowed Clinton to grant the commutations without appearing to go against the Justice Department’s wishes, Adams and his predecessor, Margaret Colgate Love, said in their first public comments on the case.

“I remember this well, because it was such a big deal to consider clemency for a group of people convicted of such heinous crimes,” said Adams, the agency’s top pardon lawyer from 1997 until 2008. He said he told Holder of his “strong opposition to any clemency in several internal memos and a draft report recommending denial” and in at least one face-to-face meeting. But each time Holder wasn’t satisfied, Adams said.

Adams is right about the heinous crimes: the 16 FALN operatives were convicted of crimes including bank robbery, possession of explosives and participating in a seditious conspiracy. The FBI linked FALN to more than 130 bombings, several armed robberies, six slayings and hundreds of injuries.

What does the Obama transition team do in light of these charges? Blame Clinton! Here’s the quote, from transition spokesmouth Nick Shapiro:

“President Clinton made the ultimate decision to commute these sentences ….”

True. But....

Eric Holder will be remembered as a stain on the pages of the history written on the most corrupt adminstration ever.

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
uptownsteve said...

SPC doing FOX TV softshoe

"By dismissing a case that had already beeen won,it sends the message that Obama/Holder/DOJ is ok with this kind of racist behavior."

What racist behavior? What insults? What violence?

What white people in North Philly?

There IS NO CASE here.

alicia banks said...

nig kid rodprick:

once more with feeling:

when u grow up
u may be less racist and dumb

"they scared no one/were just jokes/joking..."

is a bs excuse for what those nig thugs did

and only their nig thug cousins like u defend it!!!

pick a better battle fool
ie
fret over freeing
mumia mf!!!!

u captain-save-a-weaved-cave-bitch fool!

alicia banks said...

froggy toad rodprick:

not u or any other young racist bm fool/mareally a blind wigga fan of all bm....

would defend 2 booted wm skinheads if they had done the EXACT same bs osd any black polling place...

not one.

never!!!

shame nig!!!!....shame!!!!!

alicia banks said...

bald faceless niglet rodprick.

i have never worn a weave in my life.

ditto for millions of black females

shame oj nigs like u date so many marias that u assume we all do/have worn weaves like her and kim k and paris h etc always do/have...

tragic!

Anonymous said...

I did not know that Holder worked for the bush Regime. But then when one uses the term 'corrupt' to stand in for 'migger' in the White House...I suppose Truth takes a rest.
As far as FALN, would it surprise you that readers can look up just how much you spread falsehoods?


Mold

alicia banks said...

uts:

today u r being as dishonest as lack and molded.

we know u saw all the videos too.

we see u fyi!

maria said...

rue. But....

Eric Holder will be remembered as a stain on the pages of the history written on the most corrupt adminstration ever.

12:00 PM

again, it's a fake story, and holder NEVER said the case was dropped because of race. he objected to the comparison of this case and black voter intimidation throughout history. FAKE STORY.

and as far as a "stain," sorry, i believe alberto gonzales holds that prize. or maybe cheney. or could it be ashcroft. the REAL list is endless.

Eastsider said...

uptownsteve said...There IS NO CASE here.


This from a guy who wets his pants if a white person looks at him funny!

LMFAO!!!!

alicia banks said...

mareally clairvoyant:


i am an ultra liberal rebel independent anti-gov/elitist/hobama/bankster...

but after a few more yrs on this cursed earth with pookies like the vdlr/ rodprick/turbo bred/retarded kid/section 8 terrorists etc...


i may very well become a staunch neocon...bet!!!

Anonymous said...

J christian Adams. Heritage Foundation.
Why does this have every odour of a fake crisis? One invented by the wingnuts. Brietbart is not a singular event...it is SOP.
Here's a help...J christian was telling the rubes how spectacular a lawyerinator he was and that the eveel Libruls done him wrong. They did not grasp his Glorious Greatness and General Superiority. J christian got an unofficial from 'peers' that he should STFU or all his lawyerliness would be 'public'. Seems he had the Goodling talent....craven bootlicker for Rs...no legal skills other than 'carrying the briefcase'.

What is with these creeps? Can't make a case without lying...can't tell a story without lying...can't meet minimum standards for employment without 'lying' (Affirmative Action for inadequate wites was SOP for bushies)...

Mold

Anonymous said...

"As far as FALN, would it surprise you that readers can look up just how much you spread falsehoods?


Mold"


As far as you are concerned, it would surprise me if you could look your name up in the phone book.


Mildew

Anonymous said...

AB, you already are a con...conservative...and otherwise.
The video reveals only the bias and intent of the videographer.
Sort of the same blather from Liar Rose and Brietbart.
And, for an alleged AfAm who lived in Chicago, you act exactly like a pasty, pudgy wite fratboy who only knows AfAms as stereotypes. A Hint...there are those who dwell in large urban areas who are scary...and folks who live in cities learn who the scary folks are. However, bloated rioters for bush who live in gated suburbs with Moms...might not be able to discern the difference.

Mold

Anonymous said...

Maria, good choices for stains. The wingnuts remind me of Ted Haggard...warning me about the eveel gay agenda...or conservative Catholic priests warning me of eveel women.

Mold

alicia banks said...

uneducated molded:

u have clearly never been to any college...

why the greek lies???

like hobama u lie!!!

millions who are not wm frat boys despise hobama just as i do!

pledge this:

http://blackagendareport.com/

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Ernesto said...

"How about sticking with what was said and what it means instead of the over oft used generalizations that are nothing but childish rants."

This coming from a wingnut...how rich.

mellaneous said...

@Shady Grady- you're welcome I hope you get a chance to read that book it puts a different light on the propaganda and exposes the real cruelty of British colonialism.

@ Chicago Dyke- good point about money being dirty, but it would be nice if artists who ultimately have working class roots would not support the backward, the fascists, and exploiters of the poor in general.

Really folks what is all the excitement about with the Holder decision. He did the right thing on a non issue. Even if these nuts were trying to intimidate folks they should have been dealt with.

But the problem lies in the fact that the Justice Department did not prosecute or look into the larger problem that was cited in major cities of conservatives running around intimidating folks by challenging their credentials and their right to vote.

When I was in Florida during the 2006 and 2008 elections I actually witnessed this kind of thing. In fact cops were parked at some polling stations in clear violation of Florida law.

Personally I think the most interesting thing that Field raised were the thoughts of Huckabee.

I mean what does he mean when he says he wants everyone to be afraid of the US. What is the US doing that contradicts the way these capitalists have acted recently?

alicia banks said...

uts:

what is this swirled magic u have with old white hag whores like molded and mareally-your-top-bitch... that they will defend u even when u r blatantly feigning etc???

YOU uts would be the first to bash 2 skinheads who did the same herein....shame!!!!

oj player/pimp uncle ruckus play on!!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes...and there are whole Lefty blog sets who point out Obama's failures of policy and politics. However, they use Fact and valid sourcing. By using Regnery you revealed yourself. Only wingnuts use Regnery. Among the Reality-based community, the firm is a Vanity House for mental defectives and is noted for straw buying their print runs to sell the scam that people are doing the purchasing. This is well-known to the publishing, political, and academic communities. That leaves paid Trolls or wingnuts who want to Troll.
Sort of using Answers in Genesis as a source for a Bio paper. Or trying to lie that IntelligentCreationismDesign isn't religion-based.

Mold

alicia banks said...

mareally faking EXTRA stupidity:

u damn well know why eric made that erroneous reference!...

to diminish the severity of the same racist bs...FAIL!

and u r failing at the same sorry racist excuse!!!

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

illiterate mold:

like hobama u lie

i read all truths everywhere

and i paste all sources always

and no matter how u 2 old racist black gang banged up white hag whores...1 molded moron + 1 wigga paster/name caller...lie about that

i will continue to do so....

deal with that like you do the dead cars in your dirt yard u
trailer pk troll!!!!

Anonymous said...

Mell, I have problems with forcing artists to only take 'worthy' money. It sounds good to have all these morals and such...but you go where the paying gigs are. 'Pure' artists tend to have Trust Funds, in my experience...and are strident and boring...
Sit through christian music or other 'pure' genres...and you'll realize how much you miss talent and skill and being entertained.

Excellent point on the actual intimidation of voters during bush..and documented by more objective sources..such as reporters, neutral foreign observers, and Civil Service Employees. Odd that the victimhood of bushies and wingnuts is only seen by themselves.

Mold

alicia banks said...

mell

ditto

elections were blatantly stolen in 2004 and 2000 by king shrub/hobama's kinder gentler less racist warmongering elitist cuz...

so to defend eric
whom i love even as he GROSSLY errs
at least he is being consistent...

the upside is
this grave racist error will make it harder for hobama to steal his own 2012 election...kudos eric!!!!

uptownsteve said...

AB

"YOU uts would be the first to bash 2 skinheads who did the same herein....shame!!!!"

You who claim to love Huey Newton are not attemptint to compare the Panthers to skinheads are you?

And I'm still waiting for one of the clowns here to tell me what the BPP did in North Philly that remotely approached violence and intimidation???

Maria,

why do you keep letting AB get your goat?

She's obviously jealous of you.

Anonymous said...

What racist behavior? What insults? What violence?

What white people in North Philly?



You really are dense, keep repeating it and maybe you will convince someone that because "it dont matter to me, it was whitefolk" that it didnt happen. It did. The evidence was filmed presented and enough to result in a GUILTY verdict. Enough already with the "I be stupid" routine.

Anonymous said...

politishuns play for green beans. gibbedly gobbldy goo. wite people be stupid. bush put white panthers in my bedroom so now i sleeps in the refrigerator. everybody knows what i know is everybody an what you know is wrong. regenery peccary and calvin coolidge too. sarey palin would and did. common sense makes me dizzy. shoes? ha retarded christians wish. hate.


Mildew

Anonymous said...

I suppose if one pretends the specifics don't exist, then they don't exist. After all, you don't want to "[expletive] up the story" with facts.

Maria, did you see the video? Are you aware that it is a crime to attempt to intimidate voters and anyone assisting voters, which would include poll watchers?

From the same testimony you reference only without the edits:

HILL: [Shabazz] immediately started with ‘What are you doing here, Cracker?’ And he and Mr. Jackson attempted to close ranks. I went straight between them through the door to find our poll watcher, who was inside the building at the time…he was pretty shaken up…he was visibly upset.

QUESTION: What did he tell you?

HILL: He was called a race traitor for being a poll watcher, credentialed poll watcher for the Republican Party as a black man, and that he was threatened if he stepped outside of the building, there would be hell to pay.


QUESTION: How were third parties reacting to the presence and the actions of the Panther members?

HILL: People were put off when – there were a couple of people that walked up, a couple of people that drove up, and they would come to a screeching halt because it’s not something you expect to see in front of a polling place. As I was standing on the corner, I had two older ladies and an older gentleman stop right next to me, ask what was going on. I said, ‘Truthfully, we don’t really know. All we know is there’s two Black Panthers here.’ And the lady said, ‘Well, we’ll just come back.’ And so, they walked away.

Bartle Bull, one of the other poll watchers who came to the precinct after the black poll watchers who were stationed there reported they had been threatened, testified on this point also:

BULL: One of them was waving a baton like that, slapping against his hand, pointing at people. And several people – I was more or less at the end of the driveway, and several people began to walk up the driveways, saw these guys, and then went back and didn’t go on to vote.

QUESTION: Did the individuals that you saw turn around, those were people that you believed were coming to vote?

BULL: Oh, yes, yes. That’s the only reason you walk along that long block on the pavement, and then go in the long driveway. And several walked in, saw this at the door, and walked back out the drive.

After she heard Hill’s testimony, Commissioner Thernstrom admitted that those people “were intimidated…I mean I take seriously when anybody is intimidated, and I’m not dismissing that experience of theirs…but nevertheless, it seems to me the case of the New Black Panther Party actually blocking people from voting would be stronger if there were more than three people that we’re talking about here.”

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I did not know that Holder worked for the bush Regime. But then when one uses the term 'corrupt' to stand in for 'migger' in the White House...I suppose Truth takes a rest.
As far as FALN, would it surprise you that readers can look up just how much you spread falsehoods?


Mold



Every day, every comment showing more and more how incapable of coherent thought you are. Give it up, your a waste of life. Yeah, that is Bush's fault too.

Must have sucked being a kid and not being able to connect the dots in the coloring book.

uptownsteve said...

Ass-non

"It did. The evidence was filmed presented and enough to result in a GUILTY verdict. Enough already with the "I be stupid" routine"

WHAT did? What evidence?

Stop drooling and describe what happened.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
politishuns play for green beans. gibbedly gobbldy goo. wite people be stupid. bush put white panthers in my bedroom so now i sleeps in the refrigerator. everybody knows what i know is everybody an what you know is wrong. regenery peccary and calvin coolidge too. sarey palin would and did. common sense makes me dizzy. shoes? ha retarded christians wish. hate.


Mildew

Anon, great job. You had me, I really thought it was more of the Moldshit, damn you got the impression of him perfect .Note he wants you to think he is an old aging woman who wears depends and drives a scooter and is published author, radio station owner, DJ, teacher, department head of a large corp and on and on - but he really is a guy who works for the county) and is a government employee.

Want me to tell everyone which county MOLD? How is your bush fever?

Anonymous said...

uptownsteve said...
Ass-non

"It did. The evidence was filmed presented and enough to result in a GUILTY verdict. Enough already with the "I be stupid" routine"

WHAT did? What evidence?

Stop drooling and describe what happened.


If you want to act like your not very bright, then ok you have suceeded, you convinced me your not very intelligent. Good job.

But I will throw you a bone, read the posts in between the race baiting. Evidence and the entire history and facts are detailed. Not liberal op-eds, not opinions, just plain facts with witness testimony along with irrefutable video.

Anonymous said...

Why yes...two Philly guys standing and being recorded is EXACTLY the same as years of bush appointees removing the ability of citizens to vote. At least, that's what lying wingnuts want you to beleeverate. Thousands of eligible citizens prevented from voting...on the off-chance they would vote D...and this is equal to nobody intimidated from voting in Philly. Guess 3/5 was too much for them.
Oh, J christian and Thernstrom are paid wingnuts. You can track the money on the Intertubes.
I do have to admit that I agree with Thernstrom in that private profit should NEVER be used as a rationale for eminent domain.

Mold

Anonymous said...

Sideways Steve Said..

why do you keep letting AB get your goat?

She's obviously jealous of you.

Did you really just call Maria a goat? I know Eyetalians are hairy but that shit aint right.

Anonymous said...

Umm...just so you know...the number of indicted and charged persons of an administration are public records.
st reagan and bush are clear 'winners' in the category of most criminal.
Obama...well...if one is delusional and thoroughly racist. Makes you feel good about Addison Graves Wilson...and all those 'urban fake tales' of how 'those people' just eat up all the money. Strange...in the Fact-based world...it is other areas that eat up the welfare. And, if we include the military as a form of welfare...it gets real clear who produces wealth...and who does not.
If AfAms are shiftless, lazy moochers...how do you explain Bristol 'Two Babies' Palin? Still hasn't held a job..so who pays for DownsBaby and the spare?

Lie all you-uns want to...WI pulled back some of the curtain and folks didn't like the wingnut.

Mold

uptownsteve said...

I guess anonymous can't describe what happened with the BPP in Phillu unless Fox TV hands him a script.

Eastsider said...

uptownsteve said...

"WHAT did? What evidence?

Stop drooling and describe what happened."

dumbassteve needs everything spoon fed to him, he can't figure anything out himself. When you do slap him down, he pretends he doesn't get it and demands an ever increasing amount of proof. What a freaking joke! LMAO!!!!

Anonymous said...

wite people get welfare through vacuum tubes. Bristol 'Two Babies' Palin caused 911. DownsBaby was a pilot.

Lie all yalls wants to...WI cheese tastes better than gubmint chesse an st. reagan had all the crackers.

Mildew

friends of ron mexico said...

mold...
Umm...just so you know...the number of indicted and charged persons of an administration are public records.
st reagan and bush are clear 'winners' in the category of most criminal.


Once again mold lies.Clinton hold the record.Its all public records.

Whats up with your sexual obession with a dead man?I'm starting to think reagan is your messiah, not obama.

alicia banks said...

uts:

the new bpp has nothing to do with huey or your beta male bitch assed evasions herein?

u envy maria for her hair and skin...that is why u bleach and conk nig!...that is why oj nigs like u rush to breed hobama babies.

coddling your rabid stray bitch mareally-your-mangy-battered dog will do nothing to help her digest poison biscuits or save her spayed face...bet!

the thugs at the poll are as different from huey as you are from any real black potent man you lost limp ole slave nig!

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

uts:

mareally-a-wigga-female-court jester is almost as much of a joke as u r nig.

why would i envy a dimwitted black maytag who is glaringly illiterate and unable to muster a modicum of a defense of hobama/comprehend a basic simple valid point etc...or even pay her bills and rear her brats without a check from a man who dumped her???


why????

only oj nigs like u envy white peasants like mareally-a-pale hoodrat!!!

yap for yourself u beta male bitch

PilotX said...

Wow, this is really good. I think this HAS to be the white conservative ploy to make everything in this country equal. This meme that we all exist on the same plane is interesting. No_Slappz is exhibit A, it asked a few days ago why didn't Mrs. Recy Taylor just go to the sheriff and seek justice in 1940 Alabama and now the idea that all that bad stuff is in the past and we would be better to just forget it. I get it, this is the same thing Haley Barbour attempted when he defended the White Citizens Counsel, conservative whites want to remove the stain of racism that has been on them for decades. I see this happening on two fronts, one is to rewrite history and make it more egalitarian as if whites had it just as bad or Blacks had it just as good. Hell, even Bachmann got in on that act stating the "Founding Fathers" fought against slavery. Anyone with half a grain of sense or a half-assed history book knows this is B.S. The second front is to make racism into a term reserved only for acts, even imagined acts, against whites. This attempt to tag Obama and Holder in particular and Black people in general racists seems to help their cause but in reality it hurts them. This is the boy that cried wolf syndrome. If the best they can come up with is two goofballs in Philly who were in a majority Black voting site as evidence of "Obama racism" then I really feel sorry for them.

Anonymous said...

st reagan and bush...number one with the criminal element!
But, don't believe me...look it up.
Or lie about Clinton.
Oh, most of the allegations make about Clinton's crew were shown to be politically motivated. That is, someone lied to make it appear that Bill was just as sleazy as st reagan. While st reagan's cronies had to depend upon pardons to avoid the pokey.
Sorry, Troll.
I did note that you used the never show proof method...must be because you have none.
If you want my sources...start with the MSM NYT..then Philly Inquirer...WaPO. Then you can look at the .gov lists.
Clinton...well if you beleeverate all his appointees were Satan worshiping babee-killin' persons who read THE WHOLE PAPER!!! and were therefore guilty under gawd and sech...then wingnut Troll is...still not being honest.


Mold

alicia banks said...

hey useless turd sambo!!!:

stop slandering huey and the ONLY real bpp mf!!!!!!!

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CBQQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blackpanther.org%2F&ei=i_NvTYyoGsmjtgeKhaHrDg&usg=AFQjCNHD4Pi8MBEmfUApt3xnoPIR8TIBKg

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&sqi=2&ved=0CBcQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2F41central.com%2F&ei=xPNvTdGBFpK5tgf93LCEDw&usg=AFQjCNEmcplL1CtDReCQxzWu8x0RFqFT3w

Anonymous said...

PilotX, funny you should bring that up. The lead on the Philly OMG DARKIES!!! case was Thernstrom...who strongly believes that AfAm citizens did not encounter discrimination and that we should do nothing to ameliorate the problem. She also likes wite-only 'skool choice'. Oddly enough her wingnut welfare orgs are funded by the Koch brothers, who are tied to Birchers.
It's enough to make you think there is a conspiracy, a Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy...
Unlike the piddle-pants one of Beck and others...this one seems to be based on Reality. And would explain why all the wingnuts say the same drivel...at the same time...using the same words.

Mold

PilotX said...

SEIU Protester to Black Tea Partyer: Do You Have Any Children That You Claim

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YiPsNYvntKE


This is from a post by SPC and fits my hypothesis about conservative whites. On this youtube video there was a poster that called the actions of some of the SEIU protesters "racist". After watching the video all I saw was SEIU protesters debating an obvious Tea Partier who happened to be Black. No racial epithets were used and no one even commented on his race but they were called racists. Why? More attempts to make others seem the same as you. I think since many conservative whites either harbor racist attitudes or know others like them who do they assume everyone else does. Thus when Holder didn't pursue the NBPP he was doing so not based on his expertise in the law but because he harbored some racist intent.
I don't blame them though. If I were a member of a party that was 90+% white, had no Black congressmen for decades, had the least diverse convention in recent history while the other group elected a Black man and was very diverse I would look for chinks in their armor too. My only advice is to find real examples and not blow things like the NBPPs and Shirley Sharrad out of proportion and wend up looking foolish in the end. Anon accused me of driving this country apart but I seriously doubt that Fox News, J. Christian Adams, Glenn Beck and all the conservative whites pushing for "justice" in the NBPP case are interested in unity with the likes of me, ya think anon? I will go on the record that NO ONE SHOULD BE INTIMIDATED OR PREVENTED FROM VOTING BASED ON THE COLOR OF THEIR SKIN but by the same token I won't go along with blowing things out of proportion unnecessarily.
Final thought, i don't think the NBPP cats were trying to intimidate white voters as much as trying to protect elderly Black voters in an historic election. Think about it, many of our older Black voters were excited about voting for the forst Black president and they wanted to make sure nothing was going to happen to stop that. I agree with their sentiment but not their actions. He was punished but he dod not intend to intimidate anyone. Can't prosecute someone for something they didn't do right?

Anonymous said...

UTS, why is AB channeling their inner 'blackface'? After encountering college-educated AfAms for decades, I find the writings of one to be the equivalent of the old 'blackface' done by fratboys.
What, they think we can't read the works of Anita Hill? Or that there are writers of darker hue?

Asking wingnuts for proof upsets them. They either hate the Fact-based world...it makes them very low on status and income....or they know that Facts show them to be liars.

Mold

Puking At Your Picture said...

Damn, AB.....you cricize other folks for not posting their pics along with their comments. Every time I scroll through this blog, all I see is your fat, bug-eyed face.

Why don't you do us all a favor, and remove YOUR picture from your comments?

Fix that - asap!

alicia banks said...

faceless assnons/molded schizos:

where are your fugly mugs???

what frats did u pledge at the imaginary colleges u attended?

when did u kkk fools earn sheets with badges that declare u race police???

alicia banks said...

molded lard assed vomiting varmint/nell on meth:

what facts do u spew along with your lsd rants????

ever????

alicia banks said...

fugly faceless envious fools:

i am a beautiful black queen
so is my wife
it is all in our dna...

do not hate me for that

hate me for the HIDEOUSLY UGLY ASS WHIPPINGS I DISPLAY UPON YOU HEREIN DAILY...

fix that show asap u cowardly hidden fool!

Anonymous said...

I thought of posting a pic. But then MalkinStalkers bravely heroically stalked a 10 yo. Why put my family through that? Having work-averse blowhards on my street? Having my neighbours questioned by self-appointed Guardians of Morality? Getting calls from giggling Lila Rose 'investipompous reporterators'?
No thanks.

Oh, if you are interested in the 'quality' of charges laid upon Clinton crew..look up Don Siegelman, WhiteWater and Susan McDougal. Oh...do the math on the Whitewater deals...seems wingnuts are mathematically illiterate.

Mold

Puking At Your Picture said...

"alicia banks said...


i am a beautiful black queen
3:22 PM"


Well, they say "beauty is in the eyes of the beholder".

Unfortunately for you, I've beheld more beauty in a baboon's butt over on the National Geographic website.

uptownsteve said...

Mold,

"Asking wingnuts for proof upsets them. They either hate the Fact-based world...it makes them very low on status and income....or they know that Facts show them to be liars."

That is SO obvious.

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
alicia banks said...

fugly fecal fuzzy lying racist assnon:


all little pesky lipless rimming monkeys like you see beauty in their hairy beastly mammies asses...

TMI u incestuous simian simpleton!!!

PilotX said...

Hope my other posts don't magically show up but JIC I'll try again. We heard and read about voters being intimidated and disenfranchised in 2000 and 2004 and many of us didn't want to see a repeat. Rightly or wrongly many of us signed up as poll watchers or even volunteered our services to the NAACP to give advice to voters because 2008 was an historic election. There were reports that our elderly and students were going to be targets and like most there was no way we were going to let the people who had dogs sicced on them and risked their lives so we could vote be intimidated. I believe the dudes from the NBPPs thought the same thing. Their voting place was a retirement home so there were older Black voters and they wanted to protec ttheir franchise. I truly believe this. Thing was there was an eager person with an agenda and a camera, gee sound familiar?, that wanted to show that whites were just as vulnerable and these Blacks were doing something untowards to elect "their" president. As Mold pointed out the other side has plenty of accusations of voter intimidation and voting machine irregularities ect and they needed to continue this new meme of everybody being equal and doing the same thing. No Fox viewers will stop to think about the real reason about why those guys were there and they don't get it or even care. If they are successful at wiping the history of intimidation of Black voters from the books their case looks even better. I get it but a better tact may be to just admit their past and work to ensure it will never happen again instead ofthis silly tit for tat game.

Anonymous said...

uptownsteve said...
Mold,

"Asking wingnuts for proof upsets them. They either hate the Fact-based world...it makes them very low on status and income....or they know that Facts show them to be liars."

That is SO obvious.



Man, but uts sure is a bitch, aint he? Hiding behind mold's skirt! you wouldnt know proof if I branded it on your fat ass!

The Germinator said...

PilotX said...
"Rightly or wrongly many of us signed up as poll watchers or even volunteered our services to the NAACP to give advice to voters because 2008 was an historic election. There were reports that our elderly and students were going to be targets "

How ironic that it was white people who were actually disenfranchised by black panther intimidation at the polls, and by illegal alien voter fraud. I hope the klan sends some people to stand outside polling places with batons in their hands for the 2012 election. That's how it's done in Eric Holder's Amerikka. "Change" indeed.

PilotX said...

@Germinator, who were these voters that were intimidated? Can you provide a link to this? As far as I understand there were NO voters of any color intimidated. Put up or shut up!
Please, conservatives don't understand irony.
"I hope the Klan sends some people to stand outside polling places with batons in their hands for the 2012 election" stay classy conservatives, stay classy.

South Park Conservatives said...

Why did Holder,DOJ,CRD, stonewall anyone who tried to look into the reasoning why the case was dropped?

If this is a nothing story,why has Holder,and anyone in the Obama Regime, had to be draged kicking and screaming before they would release info releated to this case??

What did the regime have to hide?

PilotX said...

What evidence of staonewalling are you referring to SPC? Please provide the link.
@Germinator, if you want send those Klan members with the batons to my voting district here on the southside of Chicago. It would really send Obama a message. I will even bring them lemonade. I'm sure the good people of NYC, LA, Atlanta, Miami, Detroit, ect would extend the same courtesy.

South Park Conservatives said...

Anonymous said...
After encountering college-educated AfAms for decades,"

Mold

Please provide us with proof that you have encounted educated Afros for decades.

Or, is this something else you have made up about yourself.You know, like your a preacher,a treasurer,you've been published, work in HR for a major company,you know many tea partiers and Republicans, and your smart.


We'll be waiting.

South Park Conservatives said...

Like i said, the Obama regime has green lit white people.Its time "his people" get revenge on whitey........

Anonymous said...

alicia banks said...


i am a beautiful black queen
3:22 PM"

Well, they say "beauty is in the eyes of the beholder".

Unfortunately for you, I've beheld more beauty in a baboon's butt over on the National Geographic website.

3:32 PM
Anon wit cents

u funny u so very funny nucka put that nasty sow beast in its place sheeit buceta breaf moron that is...

alicia banks said...

equal opportunity flea vdlr:

i see you have a new monkey bitch herein...kudos!!

bite on u bama bugaboo!!!

but beware

mareally miss anne may lash u for your freelance infestations!

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
The Germinator said...

PilotX said...
@Germinator, if you want send those Klan members with the batons to my voting district here on the southside of Chicago. It would really send Obama a message. I will even bring them lemonade. I'm sure the good people of NYC, LA, Atlanta, Miami, Detroit, ect would extend the same courtesy.

Yes, that's what "Change" is all about. It's part of Obama's vision for Amerikka. If you want to make an omelette, you have to be willing to crack some eggs. Sounds like you are on board. Lock and load.

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
PilotX said...

"and your smart" says SPC. I for one will say that Mold is a bit smarter than you and your siilly racist comments.
BTW, I'll wait for YOUR evidence that Holder stonewalled any inquiry into the NBPP case.

Also, Germinator proved my point about certain people needing all things to be equal. When there is a problem with whites being intimidated from voting by Blacks then by all means call out the Klan to protect those poor white folks but in my lifetime, my dad's lifetime and my graddad's lifetime there have been no reports of whites being intimidated by Black people. In my great great great.........has anyone EVER seen a report, beyond this one highly questionable one, of white voters being intimidated? This Limbaughesque victim syndrome is amazing, if these guys ever had to deal with real racism they wouldn't know what to do. Imagaine if in the past our people had an entire news network highlighting their plight and the police actually protected them. Ah, false equivalencies reign in amerikkka.

PilotX said...

@ Germinator, so it's Obama's fault you want to send Klan members to intimidate Black voters? Typical conservative personal responsibilty huh? Yeah, we need more people whi think like you to run this country.....
ODS on display here, elect one Black man and these folks lose their collective minds. Sad but expected.

alicia banks said...

spc:

ditto!!!

molded's meth laced hallucinations waste even more space herein than the crackhead vdlr's ghetto porn upchucks...

ick!!!!

The Germinator said...

The country was out of their mind to elect this particular half black man.

Anonymous said...

alicia banks said...
spc:

ditto!!!

molded's meth laced hallucinations waste even more space herein than the crackhead vdlr's ghetto porn upchucks...



But not as much as your posts do. Get a life.

alicia banks said...

asnnon:

to each their own

fyi:

i am in awe of your faceless feckless stellar convo herein!!!

alicia banks said...

tg:

ditto

and that half black man is a whole nightmare to poor black fools who adore him like all the faceless/shameless hobama nazi nigs herein

Anonymous said...

Hating you does not equate to loving Obama. One can hate you and Obama simultaneously, you obnoxious, bug-eyed, black bitch!

PilotX said...

So Germinator, we should have elected the old guy who thought it was a good idea to make Sarah Palin his #2? Really? Or maybe we should have elected Cynthia McKinney instead?

alicia banks said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
South Park Conservatives said...

http://www.usccr.gov/NBPH/USCCR_NBPP_report.pdf

"After a year of DOJ's intransigence and baseless refusals to comply with our subpoenas, two Department attorneys bravely defied orders to testify before the Commission: the former Civil Rights Division Voting Section chief, Christopher Coates, and a lead trial attorney in the NBPP case, J. Christian Adams. Their testimony and the sworn affidavits from former DOJ staff portray a pervasive culture of hostility to race-neutral enforcement of civil rights laws in the Civil Rights Division. The detailed allegations include: a former section chief who doctored a memo to try to prevent a meritorious case from being filed against black defendants, racially offensive statements by several supervisors and staff, and repeated instances of harassment and intimidation directed against anyone willing to work on lawsuits against minority defendants.
"


"Although hampered by the Department's refusal to allow the Commission to interview DOJ trial attorneys or produce the exhibits, witness statements, and other evidence in the possession of DOJ, the Commission held its first hearing on April 23, 2010 relating to the facts on Election Day 2008 in Philadelphia and whether there was a sufficient basis to file the original charges. Three eye-witnesses, including the prominent civil rights attorney Bartle Bull, provided powerful and convincing testimony that the former defendants had engaged in intimidating conduct, and that voters had turned away from the polling place rather than walk within a billyclub swing of the entrance. Congressman Frank Wolf testified regarding his concerns about the case and his frustration with the lack of DOJ cooperation."

alicia banks said...

faceless fatherless fool assnon!!!

who asked u to stop loving hobama??????

who???

i only ask that u state why u love him!!!!
and?????
silence as always

u suicidal hobama loving mfs hate me because i hate hobama

ie

i know u need a daddy

and anyone who hates hobama has gotta love me u hobama nazi nig!!!

see more:

http://aliciabanks.xanga.com

alicia banks said...

px:

no one could have done worse and be cheered more as he did worse than hobama!

and i love cynthia!

even mccain could do no worse than hobama

ie

attack africa/egypt/libya via africom while their black cousins cheer him on!!!!

alicia banks said...

assnon/mareally a black bug eyed bitch collector:

were u talking to me or your beloved uts at 4:53

was that a slur for me or a seduction for him???

Anonymous said...

uptownsteve said...
I guess anonymous can't describe what happened with the BPP in Phillu unless Fox TV hands him a script.



Yeah, Mr Huffington Post Script reader himself. I already posted several times in extreme detail. Thats right you are not bright, you are shady, dishonest, untrustworthy. All the proof you need is linked in posts I just mentioned. Do what you wish with it. No sense in asking you to be a critical thinker at this point.

Keep playin your games, its like talking to a ten year old. Pointless. I prefer to speak with adults who reason.

Anonymous said...

PilotX, nice retorts. Fact-based and asking for proof.

SPC, the answer is in my writing. Which is why I never say I am a pilot. Because I am not one.
Hope this helped.

Trollboy, can you provide any proof, other than your pants-wetting, of alien voting fraud? Do you even vote? Seems to me there are these sweet, elderly volunteers who check to make sure you are eligible. Which you would know...if you voted. Don't know about your ghetto...but I think hordes of illegitimate brown people escaping wingnut tyranny to live in a world with fewer wingnuts would raise Grannies' eyebrows.
Or, you could be lying.
Before you tell us how much better you are than Mexicans, Guatemalans, Salvadorans,etc...you might want to realize that some of us know that those folks left the Randian paradises that we helped create. Yes, the US supported the wingnuts in those countries and made it soooo wunnerful...that millions would rather uproot their families to live here...in fear of job loss, unpaid wages, thuggery, deportation, medical issues...
We already know what happens when wingnuts get political power...it sucks.

Mold

alicia banks said...

faceless eyeless fugly bifocaled blind assnons:

i thank god for my big sexy beautiful eyes daily...

they are a great asset that garner daily compliments...

especially since they can see beneath the blackish mask of that evil elitist dl repub sock puppet bitch hobama!!!

bet!!!


got envious squints?

Anonymous said...

Hating you does not equate to loving Obama. One can hate you and Obama simultaneously, you obnoxious, bug-eyed, black bitch!

4:53 PM

Anonymous said...

PilotX said...
So Germinator, we should have elected the old guy who thought it was a good idea to make Sarah Palin his #2? Really? Or maybe we should have elected Cynthia McKinney instead?



We could have elected a Gerbil and it would have done a better job you race baiting skin obsessed nincompoop.

Unemployment has just been reported as surging to 10.3% for Feb, with underemployment up to 19.9%. If history didnt teach you anything about insane liberal policies do you get in now? DO ya? I guess you wont get it until the whole country is Detroit.

Anonymous said...

We could have elected a Gerbil and it would have done a better job you race baiting skin obsessed nincompoop. obviously

alicia banks said...

stupid assnon:

why do u hobama nazi nigs love hobama so????

what has he done for you since 2008????

____

vdlr:

hobama has no yak
no black and milds
no ramen noodles
no henny
no beer
no nails
no weave
no section 8 cash
no WIC
etc!!!!

why do u love him so????

Anonymous said...

Trollboy, can you provide any proof, other than your pants-wetting, of alien voting fraud?

Listen Granpa, I don't believe in aliens you need to go get some help. Before dem nice yung men in der clean wight coats cum to take you uway.

alicia banks said...

lickless soupless vdlr:

hobama is like a fed soup nazi:

"NO SOUP FORRR YOU!!!"

WHY DO YOU LOVE HOBAMA LIKE HE IS A HUMAN EBT CARD??????????

PilotX said...

Uh anon, what liberal policies are responsible for unemployment? Taxes have been cut but yet unemployment is still high. We are still using discredited supply-side conservative economic policies that obviously don't work so tell me exactly what liberal policies you are referring to. Last I checked the economy tanked under a Republican president while it is recovering under a D. Funny also how Wall Street does better under D presidents. Many companies are making record profits so what exactly is Obama doing wrong? Please inform us all.

Anonymous said...

SPC, kudos for using more valid sources. Most .gov are quite good.
Let me add some data
Members for this Report
Gerald A Reynolds-bush appointee (smoking gun) and associated with Center for Equal Opportunity (wingnut welfare financed by the Kochs) and was part of a group that thought lynched AfAms didn't deserve an apology from whites. As they all dead and sech.
Abigal Thernstrom-Manhattan Institute Fellow, signed on with Hans Spakovsky in an amicus brief. Spakovsky is noted for his less than stellar legal work, political hackery and failure to abide by US law. She also supported removing all Democrats from the United States Civil Rights Commission. Thernstrom was accused of fabricating quotes in an editorial she had written for The New Republic magazine, allegedly concocting fictitious positions and quotes and attributing them to Lani Guinier. Harvard Law School professor Randall Kennedy took issue with the Thernstrom's purported neutrality:

'The authors try to place themselves at the vital center of racial politics: "We quarrel with the left--its going-nowhere picture of black America and white racial attitudes," but "we also quarrel with the right--its see-no-evil view." In actuality, however, they unremittingly berate "the left" but rarely challenge the settled understandings of conservative or neoconservative readers.'
Thernstrom first attracted the attention of conservatives with a thundering denunciation of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act in Public Interest magazine in 1978. She "distinguished herself with her hostility toward any method of promoting black and minority representation".
Peter Kirsanow- bush appointee (smoking gun). 'He is an ardent foe of basic worker protections, including the minimum wage and basic worker protections, including the minimum wage and prevailing wage laws, and is a vehement opponent of affirmative action,'.

So..you have bush appointees writing a 'report' on how bad it was that the DOJ no longer gave bush appointees free rein to be jerkholes to AfAms and how terrible it was that a scam built by their friends and colleagues and paid for by the Kochs was thwarted.
Must be tough for wingnuts when Truth and Honesty show up.

Mold

Anonymous said...

Pilot X, it is about the joy they feel when they can be jerkholes. Not just to Ds or Liberal/Progressives...but everyone. It is also good to place things like bushmoles and to get no-bid gubmint contracts under st reagan.
If we look at the data...the countries doing best are those with strong social safety nets and the willingness to nationalize banks. Or, at least to let banksters experience the Free Market. All the Austerians are having lowered incomes, financial ratings and tax bases.
It is odd that Liberal policies, which kept the US from imploding, are to blame for the bushMess. But, I do see where many wingnuts are averse to Science and Statistics.
And they thinkerate planes can stop immediately...on glide paths...just like unemployment can.;)

Mold

South Park Conservatives said...

mold said...
SPC, the answer is in my writing. Which is why I never say I am a pilot. Because I am not one.

The next post field's writes about planes, you will claim to be a pilot.

Delusions of grandeur, much?




PilotX said...
Funny also how Wall Street does better under D presidents.

Thats what happens when D'S embrace Republican ideas.

The Germinator said...

@PilotX: Taxes have not been cut by Obama. Taxes have been raised on businesses. Obamacare is a tax. The country has been looted to pay for the stimulus that didn't stimulate. Tens of thousands of jobs have been lost in the Gulf do to the drilling ban. Millions more will be lost as the effects of higher oil prices ripple out into the economy. Obama is a disaster that should have been avoided at any price, even if it meant Sarah Palin as VP.

South Park Conservatives said...

Must be tough for wingnuts when Truth and Honesty show up.

Mold

5:35 PM

What do you know about truth and honesty?


I will ask again.........

If there was nothing to this case,whan the stonewalling from Holder and the Obama Regime?

What did they have to hide?

The Germinator said...

SPC said..
PilotX said...
Funny also how Wall Street does better under D presidents.

"Thats what happens when D'S embrace Republican ideas."


No, that's what happens when the the President is owned by Goldman Sachs. Follow the money, it's the democrats who are the party of Wall Street.

Anonymous said...

Odd, I never claimed to be a pilot. You should read the post again.

Let me see...any benefit to those other than TeaBaggers is a tax...and having RomneyCare is a tax...and the stimulus is a tax.
If you say it enough, some goober will beleeverate it.
Odd that sane economists already discussed the stimulus and said it was too small. Odd that RomneyCare saves money...unless you are a company that takes in premiums...and then denies care. Must be terrible to be told by a modestly paid government employee that you have to fund medical care you agreed to...or you can go to jail.

Why is there only one..or less degree of separation in wingnut welfare? I've played the six degrees game...but less than one? Seems...fishy.

Mold

Anonymous said...

SPC, there was no stonewalling. If you read my post on the Commission you'd realize it was a nothingburger inflated but Commission members appointed by bush. bushmoles.
How does it feel to be aware they are lying to you? What is it like to know that these bushmoles are misusing your government? They are taking pay...and then trying to keep you from benefits you already paid for. What rationale are you being sold? Somehow you are better for giving them money...which they refuse to use for your benefit.
Mold

Anonymous said...

so eric holder shouldn't be black while AG?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
so eric holder shouldn't be black while AG?


Eric holder shouldn't be AG while black.

South Park Conservatives said...

If you read my post on the Commission you'd realize it was a nothingburger inflated but Commission members appointed by bush. bushmoles.
How does it feel to be aware they are lying to you? What is it like to know that these bushmoles are misusing your government?


Show me proof that they are lying.You won't,because you can't.

The Germinator said...

@SPC: Just a heads up reminder, you are arguing with an imbecilic crazy person; reason and facts will get you nowhere.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
errybody no u aint ha no job kuntlick so why bother lyin about it ya coohole?!! ure so phukkin stoopid and crazy that u cante even keep ur lies strate kunthead! buceta breaf banks!

and kuntlick why u keep talkin bout yaki and ramen ya ignit shit stain? perhaps u have more familiarity with those products then eye do cuz wtfuck are u talkin bout?

Hey Mold you should use this type of Ebonics more often, makes more sense then the other kind of gobbly gook you speak, get it grandpa?

I know its hard with your very low IQ but give it a try wont ya? Yes we are on to you.

gringosbuster said...

Hey Mold you should use this type of Ebonics more often, makes more sense then the other kind of gobbly gook you speak, get it grandpa?

I know its hard with your very low IQ but give it a try wont ya? Yes we are on to you.


This is a fail effort at racial insult whitey. More KKK orientation needed.

Anonymous said...

gringosbuster said...
Hey Mold you should use this type of Ebonics more often, makes more sense then the other kind of gobbly gook you speak, get it grandpa?

I know its hard with your very low IQ but give it a try wont ya? Yes we are on to you.

This is a fail effort at racial insult whitey. More KKK orientation needed.



Now MOld, see even that insult though silly was at least coherent, good job.

KKK? thats laughable as if that is supposed to make me say oh no, not me. Screw that, I think the KKK is just as much fucked in the head as racist fools you , you both possess no intellect and rely on primal fear going off base differences of color, how droll.

Anyway, again good work Mold!!

PilotX said...

@Germinator, what were the highest gas prices during the Bush administration? Weren't the oil companies drilling then? How about Bank of America and other companies that pay NO TAXES? Funny, why didn't the economy and jobs boom under 6 years of a republican prez and congress? Maybe because Republican ideas don't actually work? Hmmmm

PilotX said...

Also, I'm not sure the Republican idea of trickledown economics is really beneficial to the country. Focusing on the supply-side ignores what I think is the more important side. it is highly debatable that giving the wealthy tax cuts does anything to spur the economy. I would argue making sure the middle and lower classes have more money is more important because even if the job creation class can create jobs why would they need to if there is less demand? More money infused to the lower classes increases demand and thus a need to expand and hire. This is the basic difference between Dems and R's.

uptownsteve said...

ass-non

"Yeah, Mr Huffington Post Script reader himself. I already posted several times in extreme detail."

Yeah right.

I guess "detail" in your jaundiced mind is "Everybody saw it. So there. Nah Nanny Boo Boo!"

uptownsteve said...

I forgot to note:

Maria 11:43 AM

Great Job.

Case Closed.

«Oldest ‹Older   1 – 200 of 203   Newer› Newest»