Monday, November 11, 2013

Hoodwinked.

When I first heard the story of a white republican politrickster fooling a predominantly black district into electing him by pretending to be black I was angry. But then I realized that my anger was directed at the wrong person people.

"Dave Wilson is white. But to win a seat on the Houston Community College Board of Trustees in a district that is predominantly composed of African-American voters, Wilson, a conservative Republican, led voters to believe he was black.

According to CBS affiliate KHOU-TV, Wilson's direct mail campaign included a flier with smiling black faces he says he found on the Internet. "Please vote for our friend and neighbor Dave Wilson," the accompanying text read.' [Source]


I should have been angry at the uninformed voters who elected him. If we all did our due diligence as voters and actually looked into the backgrounds of some of these people we elect to public office, maybe there wouldn't be so much dysfunction in Washington.

Of course there is another angle to this story, and it is one that I am sure that trolls everywhere will try to point out: That it shouldn't matter what color the candidate is, and if black people did not vote in such a lockstep monolithic manner, the candidate, Dave Wilson, would not have to lie about his identity.

This, of course is a myth. Black people do not vote in lockstep because of a candidates color; they vote along ideological lines. Wilson did not only lie about his race, he misrepresented his ideological affiliation.

So anyway, ask people like Michael Steele, Herman Cain, and Artur Davis. Those Negroes would not beat the whitest man in America if he ran as a democrat in a black district.

I bet the Negro who ran as a republican in Gary, Indiana against a white Democrat though that he had a shot. He did not. In Memphis, Steve Cohen, who the last time I checked is white, represented a predominantly black district in congress. And he beat a black candidate to do it. We could go on and on. O'Malley in Baltimore, Ed Rendell here in Philly, and places like New Orleans, where Harry Connick, Sr., kept getting elected as DA in that very "chocolate city" for 30 years.

The meme that black people just vote for black candidates is just wrong, but clearly Dave Wilson didn't think so, and he didn't want to take a chance.

"He also included a line on the mailer that said he was endorsed by Ron Wilson, the name of a longtime African-American state representative from Houston. The Ron Wilson mentioned on the mailer, however, is Dave Wilson’s cousin, he wrote in fine print.

“Every time a politician talks, he’s out there deceiving voters,” David Wilson told KHOU, which described him as a “gleeful political troublemaker.”

Ok, I take it all back. Maybe most of my anger should be directed at David Wilson.











  

62 comments:

Republicans:Helping Slaves Off The Democrat Plantation said...

What Democrat plantation?

Field tells us that's just a myth.

The election of Dave Wilson tells us otherwise.

Kanye Bush said...

"I should have been angry at the uninformed voters who elected him."

You should have been mad at the racist voters who elected him.

It is obvious that all that matters to black voters is the race of a candidate.

He didn't hide his ideology: the blacks who voted for him agreed with his positions. Had they realized he was white, they would voted against their beliefs, because being racist is more important to black people than anything.

Cold busted.

Embroglio said...

Things ain't going so well for Miami in Tampa tonight. I bet pretty soon the Dolphins are going to bring Richie Incognito into the game disguised in blackface.

Anonymous said...

Field Negro said in a previous thread:
"Well, MLK AND Malcolm X liberated you, but I get the point."

Me:
How did the ex-con, felon Malcolm X liberate anyone?

The true legacy of Malcolm X is that every black male criminal today thinks he's a "victim of the system". And the masses of black people today seem to agree with this view. Law abiding black men today who have CLEAN RECORDS are considered punks, Uncle Toms and sell-outs. You can't condemn a black thug/crack dealer today (Jay Z anyone) because, after all, he might be the next Malcolm X.

Malcolm X is totally overrated. He talked back to white people in the 1950s/early 60s when talking trash to white people could get a black man killed but other than that what did he accomplish? Nothing. Oh he "wrote" his autobiography (Alex Haley really wrote it). Nothing else. And he changed his name a lot. lol

FN: Seriously, what did Malcolm X accomplish that has any actual lasting value?

Anonymous said...

Me again:

This veneration of bad boy Malcolm X has led directly to this "no snitching" thing we have going on in black neighborhoods.

Note: Remember Eldridge Cleaver? The man who revealed in his infamous book "Soul on Ice" that he began his "rape career" by practicing on black women before he "moved up" to raping white women? Mr. Cleaver is one of Malcolm X's spiritual sons. In the years to come, Malcolm X will be seen as the father of modern day black thugs/drug dealers. It is perhaps fitting that his own sociopathic grandson was responsible for the fiery death of his own grandmother (Malcolm X's wife).

NSangoma said...

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due diligence by North American Negroes??!!

due diligence by hoody mawchin' North American Negroes, is an oxymoron.

An enigma wrapped in a conundrum.

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Bill said...

FN said...
“Every time a politician talks, he’s out there deceiving voters,”


If you like your plan you can keep it. Period.

Bill said...

FN said...
Black people do not vote in lockstep because of a candidates color; they vote along ideological lines.
...
So anyway, ask people like Michael Steele, Herman Cain


Did wilson run his campaign on the planks of the democrat party? Promise to raise taxes?

I wonder why opposition didn't point out wilson was white.

You were on the right path about uninformed voters who elected him.

Anonymous said...

This, of course is a myth. Black people do not vote in lockstep because of a candidates color; they vote along ideological lines.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


Obama says thank you very much; it is all about his idealogy and not his skin color.

Tell me again, why have you given him a pass for everything he does?

Oh right, it isn't that blacks are worse of than they have been in 70 years unders Obama - it's that he SAYS he cares.

HAAHAHAHHA You don't vote monolithic. and you say this HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. On an post where a white guy won the vote by pretending to be black . Sure blacks don't vote monolithic HHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

The Purple Cow said...

"Black people will always rally around the criminals in their neighborhood. Black solidarity trumps everything. It's an extreme kind of racism that winds up hurting more blacks than it does whites."

The narcotics industry is the only industry that is recruiting in the ghettos these days. So if you are a young ambitious black kid that does;t want to rely on others to get on,a job selling crack is the only option available to you. It's pretty much the only intelligent choice.

What they need is alternatives, what they need is a choice.

The Purple Cow said...

"HAAHAHAHHA You don't vote monolithic..."


Yeah I know, African Americans refuse to voter for people who hate them!

How weird is that?


When was the last time you voted for a black man?

When was the last time any Tea-Partiers voted for a black man?

Josh said...

I agree that blacks aren't typically looking to vote based on skin color alone. Obama didn't get much more of a percentage than other Dems have got; he just got a larger turnout. Which is obviously understandable.

But there is "lockstep." No one "group" of people on the entire planet flock to the same damn party, despite any progress or regress, time and time again in such large numbers.

Voting D has turned extremely cultural.

There needs to be another option. R = racist. D = decided. Black America (specifically, but all America in general) needs more options.

I wish people would do their homework not about the skin color or ideals of a candidate, but rather their record of progress, their fields of study, what they did for a living and how well they did it, etc.

I can go pull a Jolie and adopt black children and say that I stand for X and Y if it's going to get me elected. But if people took the time to look at my entire record, they'd see the sham. But no one likes looking beyond the letter in a lot of instances. And in this instance, it seems as if something other than homework was done. Some metaphorical last-minute cramming, perhaps, voting for the dude they thought to be most like them.

Democrats blame Republicans, Republicans blame Democrats, blacks blame white, whites blame whites with ideological differences -- it's all a mess of herding people in together. There's too much lockstep across the board.

Do your homework, particularly on a local level, and maybe we can avoid more cities like Detroit.

field negro said...

PC, they want them in prison making license plates.

Josh, u made some good points.

Black Sage said...

Josh said: "But there is "lockstep." No one "group" of people on the entire planet flock to the same damn party, despite any progress or regress, time and time again in such large numbers. Voting D has turned extremely cultural."

You’re correct Josh! Large swaths of blacks are sadly within a state of political lethargy. Look no further than what took place with placing Obomber in office, who is essentially a moderate Republican dressed in Democratic garb.



Dr.Nǚwáng said...

Josh's point is well taken but how many Black folks on this blog have actually supported republican candidates other than me?

Interestingly, Black folks born before 1960 will tell you that the reason they voted for Pres. Obama the first time was because he was Black. And IMHO, that was understandable because many grew up in the Jim Crow Era.

But folks in my generation, born after 1960 had no experienced based recollection of these times in US history. So what was their excuse for voting for the highly under qualified Senator Obama over Senator McCain? I'd say 50-50, with about half of them voting based on color and the other half naively buying into the "hope and change" bullocks that propelled Obama to the presidency.

NSangoma said...

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So what was their excuse for voting for the highly under qualified Senator Obama over Senator McCain?

Dr.Nǚwáng

If Senator Obama was highly under qualified to be the POTUS; then what in the FCUK did that make his predecessor George Bush?

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Anonymous said...

If Senator Obama was highly under qualified to be the POTUS; then what in the FCUK did that make his predecessor George Bush?
>>>>

What da' fcuk are you asking me for, I did NOT vote for either George Bush.

`DQAE

The Purple Cow said...

" So what was their excuse for voting for the highly under qualified Senator Obama over Senator McCain?"

As I said, they don't like voting for people that hate them.

Why is this so difficult a concept for you to understand?

Dr.Nǚwáng said...

The Purple Cow said...
Why is this so difficult a concept for you to understand?
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Let me see if I'm understanding your illogical statements correctly.

Is it that all Repubs hate Black people especially Black dems? Or are you dense enough to believe that Pres. Obama loves, THROUGH HIS POLICIES, ALL Black people?

The President was a RECIPIENT of affirmative action, yet I've never ONCE heard him say that it shouldn't be over turned.

Love is a ACTION verb and quite frankly, I haven't seen much of that toward Black people collectively by ANY politician.

Black Sage said...

Simly put, it all comes down to what Josj stated above. It's a lack of political party choices. To me, the caricature of a red, white and blue elehant. Or donkey didn't mean *ish to me in 1980. and it remains the same today.

Give the people something they could easily identify with like a Worker's Party or a Labor's Party. I never have and never will identify myself with either a donkey or an elephant.

the real jews are black said...

there's nothing wrong with voting for your own..

duet17:15 thou shalt in any wise set him king over thee, whom YHWH lord thy God shall choose. One from among thy BRETHREN shalt thou set king over thee: Thou Mayest Not set a stranger over thee, which is not thy BROTHER.

what is wrong is our people not seek our own political party. How can a Gov say we the people then deceive a people to conserve his Power. this is the beginning black man and women better wake up clean then stand and fight for our own sovereignty that YHWH gave you in the beginning

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...

Black Sage said...
Give the people something they could easily identify with like a Worker's Party or a Labor's Party


Black Sage ..Im down with the Tax Wall St party...

forget the donkey , and the elephant

http://www.taxwallstreetparty.org/

Eddie Munster said...

Clueless Cow said...
"When was the last time any Tea-Partiers voted for a black man?"

Herman Cain.

Please STFU about stuff you know nothing about, which seems to be everything except cricket.

Eddie Munster said...

Really Clueless Cow said...
"So if you are a young ambitious black kid that does;t want to rely on others to get on,a job selling crack is the only option available to you. It's pretty much the only intelligent choice"

So, if you have the unreasonable demand that you don't want to rely on others to get a job (?), it is the intelligent choice to deal crack.

That sounds reasonable.

Bojangles said...

field negro said...
PC, they want them in prison making license plates.
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The partisan hack mentality that keeps your people in chains.

Jig Field, jig!

Don't foget to vote dembocrat! Dems Republicoons wants to bring back slabery!

Bill Ayers said...

NSangoma said...
"If Senator Obama was highly under qualified to be the POTUS; then what in the FCUK did that make his predecessor George Bush?"
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Bush was woefully underqualified to be President, but at least he had some executive experience as a two tem Governor of Texas.

Obama in contract never had a real job in his life before being elected President. He did absolutely nothing as senator and was in the job for 6 months before he started running for president.

the real blacks are jews said...

the real jews are black said...
"there's nothing wrong with voting for your own.."
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Unless of course, you are white.

Black Sage said...

@BIB, I feel ya bro, a Tax Wall Street Party sounds good to me.

the real jews are black said...

Unless your white? funny you say that when all my 33 years on this earth all i see iss white face's.

Bill said...

US President Obama is a man of his word,” Kerry said

http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/general/john-kerry-in-abu-dhabi-major-powers-united-on-iran-deal-1.1253763

If you like your plan you can keep it. Period.

Bill said...

Bill Clinton believes that Obama should honor his commitment about letting people keep their insurance policies.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9yVy-RXhxQ

parvenu said...

The overwhelming glaring fact that emerges from this David Wilson fiasco is that NO ONE in the entire voting district called this trickster out on his "fool em and pull the wool over their eyes" game! It should be a heart breaking embarrassment to every person living in that district to know that that ignorance is so deep thereabouts that not a SINGLE VOICE was raised to alert voters to this man's contrived political travesty. Not only did he make utter fools out of you 'all, but he gets to POKE his funky finger in your eye while he laughs in your face.

Sadly this type of trickery against black voters in the south is not new. It happened in the 2010 Mississippi elections for U.S. Senator, where the Republican candidate pulled off some 11th hour ballot chicanery to win the election.

I know one thing, and that is this; when Mr. Wilson finishes his term, he will have made doubly sure that every black person knows his name, and they will curse the day that they voted him into office.

The Purple Cow said...

""When was the last time any Tea-Partiers voted for a black man?"

Herman Cain.

Please STFU about stuff you know nothing about, which seems to be everything except cricket."


Really? Herman Cain, huh!

Sooooo, how many votes did he get?

What political office did their votes lead to?

Go ahead and educate me Eddie....

The Purple Cow said...

Quote Eddie Monster

"So, if you have the unreasonable demand that you don't want to rely on others to get a job (?)..."

I said no such thing.

Go away and work on your English comprehension skills.

The Purple Cow said...

Quote Dr. Nuwang

"Is it that all Repubs hate Black people especially Black dems? Or are you dense enough to believe that Pres. Obama loves, THROUGH HIS POLICIES, ALL Black people?"

OK, I'm offering a €10 prize for anyone who can translate that paragraph into English. The judges decision is final, all entrants should be in by Midnight December 31st.

PilotX:Helping Slaves off the Republican Plantation said...

Seriously? Somebody wants to know why people chose a Harvard educated lawyer over a senior citizen who almost flunked out of the Naval Academy and chose the dumbest person on the planet as his running mate? Really?

PilotX:Helping Slaves off the Republican Plantation said...

The Dave Wilson situation reminded me of the Eddie Murphy movie Distinguished Gentleman. Most people aren't politically astute. There really isn't time to investigate every candidate. I love politics and was raised in a political household but even I would be hard pressed to give half a damn about the Community College Board of Trustees. That was a dirty trick but hey I'm from Chicago, you can't argue with success. His opponent ran a shitty campaign to lose to this fool.

Eddie Munster said...

Really? Herman Cain, huh!

Sooooo, how many votes did he get?


A majority of those identifying themselves as members of the Tea Party.


http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2012/04/herman_cain_remains_a_tea_party_favorite_even_as_a_failed_presidential_candidate_.html

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Elections/Tea-Party-Tally/2011/1013/Tea-party-fuels-rise-of-Herman-Cain.-So-how-can-it-be-racist


On second thought, you probably don't know anything about cricket either.

Whitey's Conspiracy said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Admiral Obama said...

U.S. government has just passed a new law entitled “The Affordable Boat Act” declaring that every citizen MUST purchase a new boat by April, 2014. These ‘affordable’ boats will cost an average of $54,000-$155,000 each. This does not include taxes, trailers, towing fees, licensing and registration fees, fuel, docking and storage fees, maintenance, or repair costs.

This law has been passed because, until now, typically only wealthy and financially responsible people have been able to purchase boats. This new law ensures that every American can now have an ‘affordable’ boat of their own, because everyone is ‘entitled’ to a new boat. If you purchase your boat before the end of the year, you will receive four ‘free’ life jackets (does not include monthly usage fees).

In order to make sure everyone purchases an ‘affordable boat,’ the cost of owning a boat will increase on average of 250-400% per year. This way, wealthy people will pay more for something that other people don’t want or can’t afford to maintain. But, to be fair, people who can’t afford to maintain their boat will be regularly fined and children (under the age of 26) can use their parents boat(s) to party on until they turn 27, after which date they must purchase their own boat.

If you already have a boat, you can keep yours (just kidding; no you can’t). If you don’t want or don’t need a boat, you are required to buy one anyhow. If you refuse to buy one or can’t afford one, you will be regularly fined $800 until you purchase one, or face imprisonment. If you cannot (or don’t want to) purchase an ‘affordable boat’ from a private business, you can buy a starter boat from the U. S. government ‘affordable boat exchange.’ Such a boat will have the basic necessities (hull, oars or paddles) and will only cost ‘slightly more’ than a similar boat purchased from a private business. Plus, since your tax dollars will subsidize the purchase of a boat from the U. S. government’s ‘affordable boat exchange,’ it will appear that you are getting a good deal.

Failure to use the boat will also result in fines. People living in the desert, ghettos, inner cities, or areas with no access to lakes are not exempt. Neither age, motion sickness, experience, knowledge, nor lack of desire are acceptable excuses for not using your boat.

A government review board (that doesn’t know the difference between the port side, starboard side, or stern of a boat) will decide everything, including when, where, how often, and for what purposes you can use your boat, along with how many people can ride your boat. The board will also determine if one is too old or healthy enough to be able to use their boat, and will also decide if your boat has out lived its usefulness or if you must purchase specific accessories(like a $500 compass) or a newer and more expensive boat.

Those that can afford yachts will be required to do so … it’s only fair. The government will also decide the name for each boat. Failure to comply with these rules will result in fines and possible imprisonment.

Government officials are exempt from this new law. If they want a boat, they and their families can obtain boats free at the expense of tax payers. Unions, bankers, and mega companies with large political affiliations ($$$) are also exempt.

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

In another twist, this guy found himself in a Dave Chappell skit:

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"A white supremacist who’s trying to set up a racist enclave in North Dakota received a shock during the taping of an upcoming daytime talk show. Craig Cobb submitted to a DNA test as part of an ongoing Race In America series on the syndicated “Trisha Show,” and host Trisha Goddard delivered some surprising test results to the 62-year-old hate crimes fugitive from Canada in an episode that will air Nov. 18. As her studio audience laughed with delight, Goddard, who is black, told Cobb that test results revealed his genetic ancestry was 86 European and 14 percent sub-Saharan African."
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When last heard from, Mr. Cobb had left his wife for sleeping with a black man, calling her a racial epithet as he departed.

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...

Hey Field...

I know its fun to skirt around the issues , to make it seem like theres absolutely NOTHING else going on ...LOL


Your gonna have to start gathering the water buckets again....

in other news...

Former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that the health care law should be changed if necessary to allow people to keep their health care plans that have been canceled as a result of the implementation of Obamacare.

http://www.ozy.com/c-notes/assessing-the-healthcare-rollout-with-bill-clinton/3639.article

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/12/bill-clinton-health-care_n_4260184.html

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

"This isn’t racist,’ but the federal debt is as bad as slavery", says Alaska’s half-term ex-governor.

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First, yes, it is racist. Anytime that you say that anything is as bad as slavery, unless it's slavery, you're being racist. Saying that you aren't being racist when you are being racist is called lying. Further, the federal debt, which republiklowns generally & tundra barbie in particular, only care about when a Democrat's in the white house, is a bookkeeping device -nothing more or less. Finally, if the rebubliklan tbaggers were actually worried about the debt, they'd be arguing for tax increases along with spending cuts because that's the only way to do anything about it.

The Purple Cow said...

Eddie, I note that you didn't answer either of my questions.

How many votes did Cain receive, and what position of power did he obtain?

Eddie Munster said...

You are ridiculous cow.

I believe vote totals are probably available on-line somewhere. Try "the Google".

Your original assertion: ""When was the last time any Tea-Partiers voted for a black man?" implied Tea Party members were racists who would not vote for a black man.

You of course were wrong, as you are on so many topics, including cricket.

Jason Whitlock said...

"Anytime that you say that anything is as bad as slavery, unless it's slavery, you're being racist."
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The Dolphins are as bad as slavery.

field negro said...

BLACKISCLUELESS , u don't deserve an answer from me when it comes to Obama. You have been exposed as a hater. Haters can't reason with logic so thus......

Admiral those have got to be some of the dumbest comments in the history of commentdom.

Did u waste 15 minutes out of your life to compose a diatribe comparing a boat to healthcare?

*backing slowly away*

Earthlings said...

Field the other candidate was black too. As far as the voters knew both guys are black. How's that voting because Wilson is " black"?

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...

Field says...

"You have been exposed as a hater. Haters can't reason with logic so thus....."

You cant respond to truth thats all ...

Looks like Bil Clinton is trying to put some distance between Hillary from O-bomber for 2016....

I could care less about being a hater... Im surprised you didnt pull out your usual..

"Your White" or

"Your a Republican...

Yes.. I hate liars, cheats, and criminals... Dems & Reps included....


Anonymous said...

How did Alvin Greene win the democrat nomination?

Right. He had a black sounding last name and blacks live on the democrat plantation.

The Purple Cow said...

QUOTE: Eddie-The-Imbecile

"Your original assertion: ""When was the last time any Tea-Partiers voted for a black man?" implied Tea Party members were racists who would not vote for a black man."

Correct!!

Congratulations!!!!

Now....

...how many Tea Partiers VOTED for this guy Cain?

So that's VOTED as opposed to saying, "yeah that Uncle Tom is kind of acceptable to us" to some anonymous pollster at the end of a telephone.

Bearing in mind that we started by discussing the VOTING habits of African Americans, and NOT the discussing-with-anonymous-people-on-the-other-end-of-a-telephone habits of African Americans.

And I do believe that consistency is important, don't you, Eddy?

Eddie Munster said...

And I do believe that consistency is important, don't you, Eddy?

That's Mr. Munster, to you.

And I'd bet you do value consistency, seeing as you are consistently wrong about almost everything.

The answer to your burning question is many thousands. Cain won the straw polls of the Florida Republican Party, TeaCon, and the National Federation of Republican Women's Convention, and was polling very favorably until the Democrat smear machine publicized some of his personal life details, causing him to suspend his campaign due to his inability to lie like a Clinton.

field negro said...

Hey BLACKISCLUELESS and wingnut Bill, you forgot this part of the interview:

"The former president — who riled Obama’s re-election team in June 2012 by praising Mitt Romney’s “sterling business record” — came out on balance as strongly in favor of the health care overhaul.

'The big lesson is that we’re better off with this law than without it,' Clinton said."

Always glad to help u out with the FACTS.


Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

In your face, racist blacks! That’s what you get for voting by skin color, rather than considering the issues and evaluating each candidate on their merits!

Note to White Republican candidates in mostly-black districts: You’ve just seen how to win an election. Convince them that you’re black, and you’re in!

Logic Mine said...

And the story they are NOT TELLING is the blatant RACISM from the Black Community exposed in the sunlight that they vote only by COLOR and not content.

Yet, Wilson is the evil one.

UNBELIEVABLE!

Ron Brown said...

field negro said...
Always glad to help u out with the FACTS.
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In 2008, former President Bill Clinton said of Barack Obama:

“A few years ago, this guy would have been carrying our bags.”

http://nypost.com/2012/09/03/bill-clinton-made-insensitive-race-jab-about-obama-in-2008/

I guess now he could say:

"In a few years, that guy will be carrying our bags".

LMWAO!

field negro said...

Pssst, Ron, he is the most powerful man on earth. You and Bubba need to both get over it.

Sorry. :(

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...

'The big lesson is that we’re better off with this law than without it,' Clinton said."

You went right for the fluffy part of the interview.... Of course hes going to say that Field...He also said O-Bomber should stick to his word , allow people to "Keep their plans if they want to". The only way to do that is delay implementation , and re-write the plan. Your so wrapped up in being O-bombers "buddy" you cant even take constructive criticism.

Bill said...

field negro said...
Hey BLACKISCLUELESS and wingnut Bill, you forgot this part of the interview:


I believe you're missing the big picture.

Democrats are starting to distance themselves from Obama just like republicans did to bush.

And when an admitted liar under oath is advising Obama to keep his promise, you know Obama is in trouble.

What's next, advice for the choom gang leader from the toronto mayor?

ThatDeborahGirl said...

It happens to white folks too. That reminds me of when Rush Limbaugh thought Sherrod Brown was black and it wasn't just Libmaugh. Most of us thought Brown was black. I sure did.

A liberal from Ohio with a name like Sherrod Brown, we figured he had to be a brotha. Most black folks had no idea he was white until the Rush Limbaugh blow up. By then he'd already been voted in. We were lucky though, Sherrod Brown is cool white people

Anonymous said...

@That Deborah Girl
I live in Ohio and I never thought Sherrod Brown was black. This is the first I've heard that ANYONE thought SB was black.

Milagros said...

Dummys got just what they should have
Hoodwinked bamboozled and tricked Now watch the house negros come out of the creases In fact Field he had help from house negros Trust me