the Apollo, and my man can actually carry a tune. (No hook for you Mr. President) O man, if the A-merry-can people do decide to vote you out of office, you might want to give my homie Kenny Gamble a call.
Still, there was a certain irony to him singing "Let's Stay Together". There are, after all, some folks in A-merry-ca who don't want to stay with him anymore. They think that he is destroying their country, and that their future is uncertain with this "European" style of government. (This is where him singing "Chain of Fools" becomes prophetic.) "Yes, so the N*&&^r can sing, but why does he hate America?" It's funny, when W was running up the nation's deficit by sponsoring his war on terror in Iraq and cutting taxes for the uber rich, A-merry-cans didn't seem to be worried about their future. But now, with this singing Negro in office, there is no telling what our country will become.
I bet Newt can't sing. But he might want to sing after the election results in South Carolina tomorrow. Newt was in rare form last night. My man put a verbal smack down on John King for asking him about his freaky ways.
“I think the destructive, vicious, negative nature of much of the news media makes it harder to govern this country, harder to attract decent people to run for public office,”
Newt, you are not a decent person. And, make no mistake, no one cares about your twisted love life. We just don't like are hypocrites. You led the charge to impeach Bill Clinton while you were getting your whistle wet by your assistant, the current Mrs. Gingrich.
If John King had half of a brain he would have framed the question a different way. It shouldn't have been about your ex giving a sit down interview and telling the world what a bad husband you were. It should have been about you being a first class hypocrite and liar.
Finally, it's time to attack black.
While most cops protect and serve, former East St. Louis police chief Michael Baxton apparently likes to play.
Baxton pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing four Xbox 360 consoles from the FBI, reports St. Louis news station KSDK.
To be clear, the 360 is not standard issue equipment for the Feds these days. Officials had them in the car as part of a sting operation after suspicions arose about the chief's conduct.
Baxton, who faces up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $500,000, came under suspicion of offering preferential treatment to some suspects and stealing/selling items from the evidence locker. That's when the FBI decided to test him.
Agents bought five Xbox 360s, put them in the trunk of a car, then reported the car as being stolen. Baxton and another officer responded to the call -- and sure enough, when they saw the Xboxes, the chief ordered the officer to put four in his car and keep one for himself.
"Unbeknownst to Baxton, the unnamed officer voluntarily came forward to report other acts of misconduct occurring in Alorton and had been assisting the federal investigation from its inception. The unnamed officer was equipped with covert surveillance devices at the time of the theft -- and he audio and video recorded the entire incident," reads the court record.
Officials tracked one of the Xboxes and found it being used in Baxton's basement. But the U.S. Attorney overseeing the case said Baxton lied and tried to frame another officer when confronted.
Baxton's attorney calls the incident a "monumental lapse of judgment." [Source]
I am glad that this Negro was prosecuted and kicked off the force. Sorry Michael, you won't get to play with the Xbox in your cell.