"Conservative activist Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani, chairman of the right wing blog RagingElephants.com, called the Democrats a racist party of the Klu Klux Klan at a Houston rally.
"They're the racists, not us," he said alluding to the Democratic party's past affiliation with Jim Crow and segregation." [Source]
Yes, the Democratic party was affiliated with Jim Crow and segregation back then. But that is until they allowed the tent to get too big. Guess which party they all ran to?
Anyway, my man was not finished with you black liberals:
"Kamau-Imani continued with his comments, name-calling prominent individuals.
'Somebody needs to get in Al 'Shakedown' Sharpton's face and call him a liar. Somebody needs to get in Cornell West's face and call him a bald face gap tooth liar.'
And that's not all.
'Somebody needs to get in front of Jesse 'castration' Jackson and call him a liar.'
Cain was not in attendance while Claver was speaking and his spokesman said he does not think the presidential hopeful was aware of Kamau-Imani's contentious remarks."
Herman, give that Negro a chill pill. You don't want him to be your Jeremiah Wright.
Speaking of "chill pill". I think that the po po in Oakland could take a few of them. Tear gas,flash grenades, and a US veteran in critical condition for taking to the streets to exercise a right he fought for. WTF?
And the republicans are saying that this 99% movement and Occupy Wall Street is all O's fault.
"Instead of appealing to the hope and optimism that were hallmarks of his first campaign, he has launched his second campaign by preying on the emotions of fear, envy, and resentment..."
Someone should tell Paul Ryan that the reason that these people are in the streets is because politricksters like himself have been bought and paid for by the 1% in this country.
Finally,I see that republicans on the Hill are still not serious about reducing the deficit.
"Democrats on the so-called "super committee" proposed during a closed meeting Tuesday a $3 trillion plan designed to slash the federal deficit but Republicans swiftly and decisively rejected it because it relied heavily on tax increases, according to several congressional sources from both parties.One top Republican aide described the Democratic offer as "outrageously absurd" and a "non-starter," and a sign the super committee may ultimately fail." [Source]
Failure is always good in these days of O if you are a republican. It's how they plan to return to power. Or, so they hope. Sadly for them, there are some people in the streets who might have something to say about that.