Wednesday, July 02, 2014

The wrong side of history.

Today is the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and white Americans like Tom Brokaw are still trying to figure out "how far we have come" on matters of race in this country.


Most Americans will tell you that we have come a long way, and that the country is nothing like it was 50 years ago. Most Americans.


I am sure that quite a few Americans wish that it could go back to the way it was. All this civil rights and political correctness talk is making hard for some people to cope. (BTW, it's called political correctness for a reason: because it's the correct thing to do.) The Civil Rights Act changed the laws, but sadly, it did not change the attitudes of many in the majority population, particularly conservatives who want to conserve this particular part of America's history.


Let's not forget that conservatives were against the Civil Rights movement (even though they will try very hard to rewrite history since they were on the wrong side of it) and their leaders at the time, like Barry Goldwater, spoke out strongly against the passing of the Civil Rights Act. They are still trying to twist historical truths today, and every time you see an article written about the republican party and Civil Rights, you will find a   conservative writing about the democratic party of old before white Southerners bolted for the other major political party.


 “It so happens that I am in agreement with the [anti-racial segregation] objectives of the Supreme Court as stated in the Brown decision,” writes Goldwater.  “I am not prepared, however, to impose that judgment of mine on the people of Mississippi or South Carolina. . . . That is their business, not mine.  I believe that the problem of race relations, like all social and cultural problems, is best handled by the people directly concerned . . . [and] should not be effected by engines of national power.” 


That is a stunning quote from the hero of the conservative movement.  But not surprising.


Ironically, the leaders of that movement are just as backwards on matters of race and civil rights in 2014. And a quote such as that from a current conservative member of congress, or tea party representative, would not even cause us to raise an eyebrow.


Finally, since we are speaking about conservatives, I want to talk about the black conservative sister who had her face painted white on a billboard, recently.


This was not cool. The sister should have a right to declare her political allegiance to whatever party she chooses.


"Glo Smith, an African-American Republican challenger for the House of Representatives, has been subjected to the unfortunate trend in which there are racist attacks on African-American Republicans. The Florida Republican candidate has had her campaign sign vandalized with white paint over her face. The incident occurred last week in her district. 


Her district is overwhelmingly comprised of Democratic voters via details of the area’s voter registration. According to the National Review publication on Monday, this vandalistic attack on Smith is the latest in a long line of incredibly racist attacks on African-American Republicans.


Glo Smith and her vandalized campaign posterBeyond the whitewashed campaign sign, Smith – whose full name is Gloreatha Scurry-Smith - has said that many of her campaign signs have also been stolen. Last Tuesday, she was told of the racist defacement of her campaign sign. The costly signage to promote her candidacy for congress stands eight feet tall and four feet wide. The sign that was destroyed was placed in a very visible location for maximum exposure. The sign was on private property along Interstate 10 in Jacksonville, Florida. In the vandalism, it is apparent that the criminal vandalized the campaign property by spray painting white over Smith’s face. The work of the vandal was carefully calculated."


What a shame. I would like to personally contribute to help get a new billboard up as soon as possible for this poor conservative black sister.


If anyone reading this knows the aforementioned Ms. Smith or anyone in her campaign, please have them reach out to me.


I will send them a check in the mail as soon as possible.   











 


 

85 comments:

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...

How painfully ironic that you bring up the anniversary of the civil rights act...

Its extremely painful and ironic that people Died for the right to vote for a Black President who REFUSES to do anything for Black people.

Here are the consolation prizes...

1. One mention about being a "Mutt" because his father was Black , and his Mother was White.

2."I'm Not The President of "Black America"
(sound byte)

3. A talk down speech to graduating Seniors at a HBCU

4. A lowered expectation from politicians. The Best example of this would be what to expect in 2016

Sure cant expect a White Candidate to do anything regarding Black Folks especially when we let Barack go without doing anything in return.....

Yayyy... Civil Rights Anniversary...

Quid Pro Quo Field .....
Come on... you know how this works....


At least your showing some Fairness to the Black Conservative who had her pic defaced... I dont know what her positions are , but this was foul...

Anonymous said...

"Let's not forget that conservatives were against the Civil Rights movement (even though they will try very hard to rewrite history since they were on the wrong side of it) and their leaders at the time, like Barry Goldwater, spoke out strongly against the passing of the Civil Rights Act."

Any objection Barry Goldwater had to the Civil Rights Act was based upon an understanding that the Act violated the Constitution.

On the other hand...

...far more Democrats than Republicans voted against the Civil Rights Act.

And, let us remember that Martin Luther King, Jr was a Republican and Bull Conner was a Democrat.

FN...history (and truth) are not something you accept.

And there ends your history lesson for today, children.

The Purple Cow said...

"And, let us remember that Martin Luther King, Jr was a Republican "

No. He. Was. Not.

Anonymous said...

Field, have you seen the survey from USA Today re: the worst Presidents since WWll? Here's the chart...it's quite telling...It ends all arguments about Obama:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/theoval/2014/07/02/obama-george-w-bush-quinnipiac-poll-reagan-clinton/11985837/

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile In Chicago it looks like the more lead less dead scenario is being played out. 24% fewer homicides for the month than a year ago but !0% more shootings. Is it the YT invented/supported trauma system or have the bangers just lost their gun jones? BTW money says few of the shooters are Republicans. Go figure.

QLB

Anonymous said...

BIB, thank you for facing and telling the truth. You spoke the words I have felt about Obama since he was 'first' elected.

Obama doesn't want to be Black. He has proven that again and again. Yet, there are some Blacks like Field and PX who worship O. Go figure...

I'm sure there is some deep psychological stuff going on that makes someone still love an abuser. I don't know. There seems to be some twerk inside that is so dysfunctional that it keeps us from facing reality, let alone 'honesty' with ourselves.

Anyway, thank you. It's good to know there are a few Blacks out there who aren't delusional.

teh stupid stupid said...

Well since Barack Obama is a conservative, does this mean he is also on the wrong side of history?

"written about the republican party and Civil Rights, you will find a conservative writing about the democratic party of old before white Southerners bolted for the other major political party."

Speaking re-writing history, most of the segregationists stayed home with the Democrat party, and white southerners didn't start voting Republican in mass till 1984, the year Democrats nominated leftwing wacko Walter Mondale.


Fn loves taking 'conservatives" out of context and feigning outrage.

Fn never quotes progressives of that era or anytime.

Keep jigging.

Thousands of blacks are still without water in Detroit and fn has yet to pin a post.

Shame....




Anonymous said...

Thousands of blacks are still without water in Detroit and fn has yet to pin a post.

It's amazing what paying your water bill will get you.

QLB

Anonymous said...

"Her district is overwhelmingly comprised of Democratic voters via details of the area’s voter registration. According to the National Review publication on Monday, this vandalistic attack on Smith is the latest in a long line of incredibly racist attacks on African-American Republicans."

Field, the Democratic Party is very much a PC party. Therefore, the vandalism and defacing of the Black Republican HAS GOT to be done by a Republican.

That is very obvious.

Anonymous said...

anon said,

Field, the Democratic Party is very much a PC party. Therefore, the vandalism and defacing of the Black Republican HAS GOT to be done by a Republican.


Really? Compare da hood to a YT neighborhood and tell me which one has more graffiti and vandalism.

QLB

teh stupid stupid said...

FN, you failed to mention in latter years Goldwater denounced conservatism, Republicans and supported the Democrat party.




Bill said...


FN said...
Barry Goldwater,
...
That is a stunning quote from the hero of the conservative movement.


I wish democrats could keep their talking points consistent.

I thought rush was the leader.

And before him, hannity.

And before him, coulter.

And the super official leader, st. reagan.

field negro said...

BLACK IS CLUELESS, are u working on Ms. Smith's campaign?

field negro said...

Yes Bill, all of the above.

Bill said...


The Purple Cow said...
"And, let us remember that Martin Luther King, Jr was a Republican "

No. He. Was. Not.


Interesting.

I would have thought that in the 60's when the democrats were still the racist party and working hard to keep black people from civil rights MLK wouldn't have been supporting the party that lynched black people.

Trollonymous Burgundy said...


"Its extremely painful and ironic that people Died for the right to vote for a Black President who REFUSES to do anything for Black people."

So true. He has openly tried to do more for the Latin community and their self entitled illegal population. I would like to ask black folks, what did you get for having a blackish president? Nada.

Anonymous said...

Trollonymous Burgundy said, "So true. He has openly tried to do more for the Latin community and their self entitled illegal population. I would like to ask black folks, what did you get for having a blackish president? Nada.


9:33 PM
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Too bad we didn't listen to Tavis and Cornel, instead of chastising them.

Hmmmm. I wonder if Field will do a post of apology and acknowledgement to them as being right while he was wrong?

I wonder what the odds would be in Vegas on this one?

Speedy Gonzalez said...

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wasssamatta wid ju eh?

I Tol ju to leaf usalone men! Obama not help us cross de border!

We got our ways an means committee men!!

Ayayayayyyyyyyy!
Viva Zapata! Viva Mejicoooooo!

Anonymous said...

Take a look at a nasty confrontation between Whites and immigrants in California. This is headed for a MAJOR catastropy.

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/index.html

Trollonymous Burgundy said...


Anon said: "Hmmmm. I wonder if Field will do a post of apology and acknowledgement to them as being right while he was wrong?

Don't hold your breath, he still hasn't done that naked run he promised almost seven years ago. He did a total 180 over the years. He couldn't beat the Obamaholics (and he didn't want to do that run) so he joined them. Have you noticed?

I don't blame him though, those Obamaholics are vicious. Never mind they still don't have jobs or enough money to pay their rent/mortgages, just leave their 'black' prez alone!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Field, have you seen the survey from USA Today re: the worst Presidents since WWll? Here's the chart...it's quite telling...It ends all arguments about Obama:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/theoval/2014/07/02/obama-george-w-bush-quinnipiac-poll-reagan-clinton/11985837/

7:50 PM
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Damn! Obama is in the toilet and the worst President of these United Divided States. This is quite a surprise, considering he is a brother.

Brother Field, what are your thoughts on this?

Bill said...


FN said...
I want to talk about the black conservative sister who had her face painted white on a billboard, recently.


Who do you believe did the defacing?

I only ask because you didn't mention it and your first reaction when I mentioned this story a couple days ago was-
field negro said...
Bill, have u considered the possibility that the woman's face was painted white on her billboard by a member of her own party who thinks that she is the wrong color to represent said party?

Of course not. You are, after all, Bill.

Carry on.

7:35 PM

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=23428832&postID=5147940325903055459&isPopup=true


I was wondering if you still believe it was republicans defacing the republican billboard or if you might believe the white KKK segment of the democrat party had something to do with it?


Let's not forget how PurpleCow feels about it-
The Purple Cow said...
"She's not a democrat so it's not important."

True dat.
3:52 PM

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=23428832&postID=5147940325903055459&isPopup=true


P.S. I sent her an email with a link to your words about sending her a check.

Anonymous said...

I am praying Tavis and Cornel will do a write up on Field for all the rotten shit he said about them on FN. I hope they expose his wrong ass. The man has no moral values...no sense of right or wrong. No desire to do the 'right thing.'

focusedpurpose said...

Trolly tell it.

please.

BIB, you, too.

PC = folk will tolerate you and pray their pure, unfiltered convos never see the light of day. or their Boehner looking @ BO moment is never caught on tape.

in Cali foreigners will move into an area then hold meetings in their language like they are still in their country. that's NOT just the spanish speakers either.

what troubles me about pale folk complaining 'bout immigration is they fixate on the Black/Brown. white skinned folk need to get some of that also. reform all the way around.

Black folk acting like immigration is the best thing eva, kill me. let's unite! lol. then they turn right around and complain about the employment situation. lol. what's not connecting, really?

PC= nonstop lying and pretending.

those that believe the lies go around acting like they are being accepted where they are in fact being exploited + tolerated.

just as it is PC to pretend the naacp was not created by white folk for the advancement of white folks' agendas. using Black folk as the battering ram to get the Gentile door open. the OTHER white folks' agendas, who were being lynched, too, prior to successfully intermarrying with the non attention paying white folk called by them "goys".

it is PC to pretend that the true revolutionaries throughout history did not call this ALREADY re: the naacp.

it is PC to pretend that the movement by Blessed Blacks in this land was about "civil rights" when in Truth, it was a matter of HUMAN rights.

it is PC to pretend there is ONE WHIT of difference between the Dems and Repubs.

i could go on but time does not permit.

______________

FN if you REALLY wanted to help that lady you could find her. attorneys have access to networks that locate EVERYONE. stop being PC. you know Good and well you could not care less. it is just not PC to say it.

Doing the white thing said...

I can assure you fn has the desire to do the white thing.

Like many black men do.

Anonymous said...

Bill said, "P.S. I sent her an email with a link to your words about sending her a check."
10:03 PM
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I bet Field just pissed on himself. Now we have TWO Negroes pissing on themselves due to BS: Obama, and now Field.

It is fitting that they go down together, seeing how much Field loves Obama.

focusedpurpose said...

and no, i don't see an apology post...

didn't folk read where FN was holding out hope that BO would give Blessed Blacks some Love in the last two, lame duck, you "mongrels" have supported me for NOTHING in return years...

FN is clearly going to publicly ride this BO madness ALL the way out.

i get it though.

plain talk = not PC + rather dangerous;) drones, irs, etc.

lol!

Bill said...


field negro said...

Yes Bill, all of the above.


Considering the only one voted to be leader was st ronnie.
Looking at those 1984 election results... st ronnie winning 49 states, 525-13 electorial votes.

It looks like it was more than just right-wingers wanting st ronnie as leader.

FN, have u considered the possibility that rush/coulter act like "leaders" just to make more $?
Of course not. You are, after all, FN.
Carry on.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that survey of Obama was dismal. I am surprised that FN fans remain quiet about it.

Anonymous said...

focusedpurpose, would you be nice enough to explain the black man's love of white things?

Trollonymous Burgundy said...

Anon said: "Damn! Obama is in the toilet and the worst President of these United Divided States. This is quite a surprise, considering he is a brother."

Oh and Anon, he might as well have gone all out for black folks seeing how his popularity still ended in the toilet anyway. At least history would have looked back to give him THAT respect.

FP said: "what troubles me about pale folk complaining 'bout immigration is they fixate on the Black/Brown. white skinned folk need to get some of that also. reform all the way around."

Exactly. I have a problem with ALL illegal immigrants... white, Latin, Asian, black etc. For a country that is so quick to put up the "terrorist" alerts, and scream "crime" stats... funny how some turn a blind eye to the growing number of illegal/undocumented white Europeans flooding America while still harboring their dangerous criminal and racketeering ways.

And some black people really need to stop with the "they are with us" mentality. When you board a plane, you are told to put your own oxygen mask on before you even attempt to help others with theirs. This should be common sense. But let me stop before Pontius PilotX comes by to regulate what I'm allowed to say or not.

PilotX said...

PC is correct, Dr. King was not a Republican. He made it clear he was non-partisan as he believed he could work with either party to help his people. He did however support LBJ in 1964 because he didn't like the direction the gop was heading. Go to the King Research Institute's website and search the term non-partisan and read his own words on the subject.
His father was a Dem because Bobby Kennedy got his son out of jail and kept him safe.

PilotX said...

"But let me stop before Pontius PilotX comes by to regulate what I'm allowed to say or not."

I know you won't believe me but I kinda don't care what you write. Have at it sis, don't let me rain on your parade. Ha! As Tupac said "it's all about you".

PilotX said...

Field, speaking of revisionist history I was at the state building downtown and a Chicago cop walked up to the Civil Rights display which had the story of the Freedom Riders and mumbled "lies, all lies". I wondered what he meant. I should have asked but he kept it moving. Now I'm wondering if he is a tea party/conservative type who thinks the civil rights struggle was a lie or something. Missed opportunity.

As far as the sista in Florida I would hold off for a minute before donating to her cause because Florida breeds a particular strain of blah Republican. Witness Alan West and Franciss Rice. They make your boy Jesse Lee look like Huey Newton.

PilotX said...

BTW, QLB. Did you graduate from college? What do you do for a living?

Anonymous said...

Trollonymous Burgundy said, "And some black people really need to stop with the "they are with us" mentality. When you board a plane, you are told to put your own oxygen mask on before you even attempt to help others with theirs. This should be common sense. But let me stop before Pontius PilotX comes by to regulate what I'm allowed to say or not."

10:42 PM
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I think 'put on your own oxygen mask first' is a foreign concept to some of our folks like Field and PX. Nope...Negroes are 'nice' people who will do anything for everyone else first in the hopes they will share a little bit of their oxygen mask with us....just a little bit...

Like when Field begged Obama to give us his last two years in office. That's what I call Black FN Hope. Let's see....when was the last time that worked? Hmmmmm....I'll get back to you on that.

Re: Pontius PilotX: I heard there was a lot of gang banging on the South Side of Chicago in PX's neighborhood today...(they're gearing up for the fourth.) So either PX is hiding out in his basement for protection, or he got shot. Either way, I don't think PX will feel like commenting much tonight. Flying bullets tend to lower one's enthusiasm for aggression.

PX will need time to get himself together again. This is good news for some folks on FN....some Whites too. I bet Kinky and Bill are rejoicing and doing the Twerk over this.:)

Anonymous said...

Damn Anon11:18pm, you are too late.

focusedpurpose said...

Anon 10:27 PM-

in fairness and Truth...

it is not just Blessed Black men.

there is a LOT of that also on the Blessed Black woman side- down to the thinly veiled hatred of Black women. it just looks different.

i think it is the making of Messiah and ALL things Goodin this wicked land of our historical enemies...

white.

folk are mentally shackled and only knowing the Truth will make folk free...

as it is written.

that and walking with Him/His Word.

____________________

UNIVERSAL LAW:

2 Chronicles 7:14

14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

_____________________

those that lead US cause US to err.

so effectively, Blessed Blacks are out of our Right minds...

not knowing WHO we are.

loving the land of our enemies. worshiping their idols. picking up their heathen ways of operating. as our forefathers did and were punished for doing.

we are the Ancients. how shameful it is for US to emulate the babes. this is why i am not offended to see others copy US down to calling each other hateful slurs that were once reserved for US by the forefathers.

it is fitting + poetic justice.

we are the Yahuthim, those of US that fit the Genesis 15:13-14 description in this nation. from the tribe of Yahudah. to even call US who we are...

folk must call the name of Most High Yah.

may Messiah Yahushua aka Jesus around the world Bless the first family and keep them. it can NOT be easy to Stand under such world wide negative energy.

considering they are playing parts/roles rather than actually running the show...

i cannot do anything other than pray that NONE of US be lost.

it is my prayer that the Blessed Blacks and all of humanity will awaken and turn back to Him/His Word. He will not be mocked...

nor does He lie. as it is written, so shall it be done.

focusedpurpose said...

Trolly-

tell it!

white skinned people come here and do.the.most.illegal.mess.of.all.time.

white supremacy has folk acting like they can't see.

america is CLEARLY that land that is set for judgment as written of in Scriptures. folk can scapegoat the nice White lady's baby, that became potus as a direct result of this fact, if they want to...

lol. i got jokes. it's the best way for me to deal with stuff that makes me want to cry, really.

Blessings all!

back to work i go;)

Kinky.Con said...
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Kinky.Con said...

PilotX said...
"Why don't you and Kinky communicate? I have seen Kinky make comments to you."

Dude likes to make up lies. Did it one too many times.

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I feel like i must defend my good name from such slander. So i had to go back and review this alleged lie.


http://field-negro.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-reverend-and-bride.html#.U7TLupRdWSo


Turns out this "lie" was more of an astute observation. I could see how you would be easily confused, pilotx.

I never claimed you posted on the said topic-i gleaned from your history on this blog- what your reaction would have been. And i was right.

I simply do not lie in the fields.

My arguments are based in fact.

Reality.

Since i outsmart most of the fields, i can understand you not responding to me. Save yourself the embarrassment. I get it.

But don't make stuff up. Don't call me a liar.

As you were.

Anonymous said...

KC, I agree with you when it comes to PX. "He" is the liar who acts self-righteous. The man is a nut and cannot keep up in the field with people like you, QLB, Bill and the sisters.

That only leaves Purple Cow in the UK who gives out purple milk. Hey, maybe Prince should do a song called "Purple Milk".

focusedpurpose said...

Anon 10:27pm-

if we Blessed Blacks only knew what was written...

http://focusedpurpose.blogspot.com/2014/06/midnight-brain-drain.html

i pray this helps you to better Understand what you see.

i Love my Blessed Black people- the Kings and the Queens.

i Love humanity- all colors.

it is my fervent prayer that none of US will be lost.

He put this post on my heart in response to your inquiry...in Obedience i share.

The Purple Cow said...

"Next, we sought historical expertise, including by asking Thomas Jackson, a history professor at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and author of From Civil Rights to Human Rights: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Struggle for Economic Justice, for his take on the video.

He told us that Alveda King's description of the Republican Party's history was on the mark. "The Party of (Abraham) Lincoln defended black rights most vocally in the 1860s and 1870s, then abandoned the cause when the Democrats and the (Ku Klux) Klan defeated Republican state governments in the South. Blacks started their historic switch to the Democrats during the New Deal," which were economic programs implemented in the 1930s under President Franklin Roosevelt in response to the Great Depression.

But Jackson said that he would not consider King a Republican, calling him instead a " 'tax and spend' democratic socialist."

"He wanted the nation to spend billions of dollars directly to employ the unemployed when the private sector failed, and a vigorous mixture of affirmative action and anti-poverty programs championed by the liberal-left, and targeted federal spending in impoverished areas, especially the nation's slums," Jackson said.

David Garrow — author of Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, which won the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for biography — advised against assigning King to either party. "It's simply incorrect to call Dr. King a Republican," Garrow told us.

However, he said he wouldn't call King a Democrat, either, because he had "very positive feelings" about Republican Richard Nixon in the late 1950s and "extremely positive feelings" about Republican Nelson Rockefeller, the New York governor who later served as vice president. Also, Garrow said, King became "a very harsh critic" of Democratic President Lyndon Johnson over his escalation of the Vietnam War and "wouldn't necessarily have backed (Democratic presidential nominee) Hubert Humphrey in '68 had he (King) lived."

We asked Garrow about the 2006 Post article's statements that King had voted for Democratic presidential candidates John F. Kennedy in 1960 and Lyndon Johnson in 1964. He said there is little doubt that King did so."


(source: politifact.com)

The Purple Cow said...

"The Republican Party geared its appeal and program to racism, reaction, and extremism. All people of goodwill viewed with alarm and concern the frenzied wedding at the Cow Palace of the KKK with the radical right. The “best man” at this ceremony was a senator whose voting record, philosophy, and program were anathema to all the hard-won achievements of the past decade.
Senator Goldwater had neither the concern nor the comprehension necessary to grapple with this problem of poverty in the fashion that the historical moment dictated. On the urgent issue of civil rights, Senator Goldwater represented a philosophy that was morally indefensible and socially suicidal. While not himself a racist, Mr. Goldwater articulated a philosophy which gave aid and comfort to the racist. His candidacy and philosophy would serve as an umbrella under which extremists of all stripes would stand. In the light of these facts and because of my love for America, I had no alternative but to urge every Negro and white person of goodwill to vote against Mr. Goldwater and to withdraw support from any Republican candidate that did not publicly disassociate himself from Senator Goldwater and his philosophy."


(source Martin Luther King Autobiography Ch:23)

Anonymous said...

Leading up to the 4th: Gang-bangers in Chicago getting it on with sticks of dynamite.
I'm still confused:
Exactly WHAT did we expect Barack Obama to do FOR black people?
They - white men - used to lynch black folk; usually accompanied by the "live" castration and removal of other body parts before torching and roasting the victims. Today, the white male republican, tea-party descendants of these white male lynchers have effectively "lynched/castrated" our President, Barack Obama. The final immolation should be spectacular.

agentX said...

Those people in the poll mentioned above thought Reagan (pronounced RaaaYY-GUUUNN) was the best president. Yeah, that shows you how smart they really are. http://gawker.com/breaking-if-you-conduct-a-poll-made-up-of-73-percent-w-1599205371
BREAKING: If you conduct a poll made up of 73 percent whites, 61 percent Midwesterners and Southerners, 66 percent non-college grads, 69 percent non-Democrats and 56 percent land-line users, you can get a Politico headline proclaiming Obama the worst president since World War II. Also, 53 percent over the age of 50, with a margin of error of +/-10% in the under-30 sample. Niiiiiiice.

We're having an immigration problem at the border because of actions taken by the Reagan administration.

field negro said...

Thank u PC, facts are always good.

I know I should have protectd that word "Obamaholics". I think I was the first to use it.

That poll is nonsense. Iin 10 years it will be upside down. Most people are not politically sophisticated enough to realize that. But hey, this is America.

field negro said...

I really want to sent that lady a check. Does anyone have her mailing address?
It doesn't matter who did it, it was wrong. The Koch Bro...I mean that lady spent good money for that billboard.

anotherbozo said...

Tell me where I went wrong here.

You mentioned Ms Smith was Republican in an overwhelmingly Democratic district. My first reaction was (a) to speculate that many, if not most, of those Democrats were black, and (b) that the defacement most likely was a complaint that as a Republican she was a House Negro, that she was really serving Whitey and acting White and they were helping her to look the way she acts.

No? Out of the question? Then it's a disconnect in my knowledge and I need to take either Empathy 101 or The Way People Act 1A.

Tell me where I went wrong with that thesis.

anotherbozo said...

Not that my thesis means that the defacement was anything but wrong or that she doesn't desrve a new sign.

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...

BLACK IS CLUELESS, are u working on Ms. Smith's campaign?


No... I dont just support candidates because they are Black...

I dont know what her position is on anything.

I dont roll with ALL Black Conservatives...nor with ALL Black Democrats...

You just cant seem to bring yourself to the fact that O Bomber is largely a symbolic President for Black folks

...Nothing else...

Kinky.Con said...

Now we have poll truthers? Shows how smart and desperate the left really is.

Purple cow has mad cutting and pasting skills. Makes up for his lack of original thought.

uptownsteve said...

I see the anon idiots are still drooling all over Field's blog.

One claims that the Civil Rights Act "violated" the Constitution.

Please detail how.

And for the millionth time, MLK Jr. was NOT a Republican.

Even the dumbest rightwinger will not say with a straight face that King supported Nixon and Goldwater over JFK and LBJ so why do you continue with this very provable bullshit?

Bill said...


field negro said...

I really want to sent that lady a check. Does anyone have her mailing address?



https://secure.piryx.com/donate/LHGt9xzX/GLO-FOR-CONGRESS/

As if you couldn't find it if you were serious.

Bill said...

field negro said...

Thank u PC, facts are always good.
I know I should have protectd that word "Obamaholics". I think I was the first to use it.


No according to google.

Back in the old days.
But listen to me folks: when you do decide to kick the "O" addiction, just remember, the field is here.

Where did the "cynic" as you called yourself go?

Why now the lapping up of the Obama Flavor-Aid.

The Purple Cow said...

"Purple cow has mad cutting and pasting skills."

It's called 'research' little boy, it's how you learn about stuff like 'reality' 'the truth' and 'the real world.

You should try it some time.

Bill said...


BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...
You just cant seem to bring yourself to the fact that O Bomber is largely a symbolic President for Black folks


He already did.

I actually think the symbolism of a Barack presidency would be good.
http://field-negro.blogspot.com/2008/01/obamaholics-anonymous.html#.U7VorLHWh8E

Strange how 6 years of Obama turned an Obamaholic into a #ObamaDefender.

Bill said...


The Purple Cow said...

"Purple cow has mad cutting and pasting skills."

It's called 'research' little boy,


All that copying and pasting and you couldn't include the actual link to your pasting?

Something you don't want us to read?

Anonymous said...

BIB, "You just cant seem to bring yourself to the fact that O Bomber is largely a symbolic President for Black folks

...Nothing else..."

8:15 AM
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So true. But FN Negroes can't see it, or don't want to see it.

At one time, Field DID see the truth. He once said to his fellow Field Negroes:

"But listen to me folks: when you do decide to kick the "O" addiction, just remember, the field is here." (thanks to Bill for reminding me. You have soul).

However, 'something' happened to Field. He lost all rationale and logic and ended up drinking the Obama kool-aid and has been drinking it ever since.

There's something in that kool-aid that blinds a bm to the "fact" that Obama doesn't give a damn about Blacks and never will. But, he will gladly USE Blacks for his own benefit.

Not only is it depressing to be a bm in America, it is unsafe to be Black among Blacks. Very few are"TRUSTWORTHY"....

But as I reflect on trustworthy Blacks FOR Blacks, that is a 'rare' quality among Blacks in America.

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL said...

I just get so incensed when Field focuses all this energy towards people who AREN'T currently In power and refuses to address the guy black folks voted for... its absolutely appalling that he focuses so intentently on these political NOBODY'S that really shouldn't have a bearing on what the White House does or does not do... My comments will continue to be this way until 2016.

Kinky.Con said...

"Now repeat after me: My name is [_________] and I am an Obamaholic."


Priceless!!!!! There was much to love about field before he sold out to the Democrat man.

Now, in 2014, field's name belongs here [_________].




parvenu said...

Field wrote: "Today is the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and white Americans like Tom Brokaw are still trying to figure out "how far we have come" on matters of race in this country."

Field just a note to update you that TOM BROKAW is of American Indian parentage, which does not make him exactly the white American you cite in your post.

The Purple Cow said...

"All that copying and pasting and you couldn't include the actual link to your pasting? Something you don't want us to read?"

I always post my sources. You however, do not.

Anonymous said...

@parvenu

huh? where are you getting this info about brokaw? where is this american indian heritage?

Bill said...


The Purple Cow said...
I always post my sources. You however, do not.


Old school troll trick.

Cite your "source" but don't avoid providing links so you always have the "that wasn't my sources" excuse.

So predictable.

field negro said...

Bill, thanks for that address. Writing check now. Who do I make it out to?

Bill said...


field negro said...
Bill, thanks for that address. Writing check now. Who do I make it out to?


I'm sensing you're preoccupied with other things going on in your busy life right now.

Only to help you, feel free to write the check to cash and sign it. I'll get in touch with Flo and figure out a good amount to fill in for you when I get your check.

Mail it to me at my office, Mr. William F. Raud, Room 332, 207 N Garfield Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101. (You'll see my address matches the IP I post from)

I have to admit, I am surprised you are going to give you own money to help someone. I might have to rethink my repeated calling you a democrat.

Anonymous said...

Who still.writes checks in this day and age ? Lol!

PilotX said...

Make it out to ku klux klan Florida c/o Glo Smith. Ha!

PilotX said...

To verify what PC has written I would recommend the King Institute web site part of Stanford University. Search King Research Institute and you should find it pretty easily. On a moble so can't link to it. Well maybe I can but I don't feel like trying to figure out how to do it.

Linda F Raud said...

Jusr make an electronic transfer to me. I'll make sure she gets it, don't worry :)

field negro said...

Bill, now I feel bad. For the record, I do give to causes that I care about.

Thanks for the info. The check is in the mail.

Anonymous said...

Okay, personally, I think that knocking down or defacing campaign billboards is wrong, on account of being juvenile, and undemocratic, and a violation of general rules of decorum. Plus, it's a petty crime.

But is it, in fact, racist to make mean comments about black Republicans? I'm going to go with: No.

The GOP has, increasingly in recent years, made it very clear that they are an anti-black party. (To be more accurate, they're actually an anti-black, anti-Latino, anti-Muslim, anti-gay party. And possibly an anti-female party as well. But who's counting all the groups they hate? It's a long list.)

I really don't think it's bigoted to point out the buffoonishness of joining a political party that hates you for who you are.

Anonymous said...

MLK was a Republican. Don't believe me? Here's MLK announcing his support for the Republican party.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ

So stop trying to rewrite history.

Smarten up and join the Republican party-like King did.

Anonymous said...

Field, I am very disappointed that you didn't mention President Lyndon B Johnson who signed the Civil Rights Bill. Let me make it clear, that bill would have NEVER made it through(even today) if it weren't for him. Blacks owe LBJ a debt of gratitude.

If you read what he had to do to get the necessary votes you would appreciate him. I am always amazed at the lack of historical knowledge that has impacted us positively that our folks know nothing about.

Instead, you put up a picture about Barry Goldwater who had NO impact on the Civil Rights Act...LBJ DID!

I swear. You need to learn about what's important, and what's not.

PilotX said...

Dr. King in his own words told us he was non-partisan. Stop it, just stop it.

Anonymous said...

Unlike you px, video doesn't lie.

Anonymous said...

Uh, no. That link was to a Rick Astley video. So in essence you made up some shit per usual. Conservative lies.

PX

Anonymous said...


July 28, 1960
King advocates political nonpartisanship Next entry


In a televised conversation with CBS, King comments that nonpartisanship creates a ''better bargaining position...the Negro will not be inextricably linked to any political party.''

Anonymous said...

"The Republican Party geared its appeal and program to racism, reaction, and extremism. All people of goodwill viewed with alarm and concern the frenzied wedding at the Cow Palace of the KKK with the radical right. The “best man” at this ceremony was a senator whose voting record, philosophy, and program were anathema to all the hard-won achievements of the past decade.
Senator Goldwater had neither the concern nor the comprehension necessary to grapple with this problem of poverty in the fashion that the historical moment dictated. On the urgent issue of civil rights, Senator Goldwater represented a philosophy that was morally indefensible and socially suicidal. While not himself a racist, Mr. Goldwater articulated a philosophy which gave aid and comfort to the racist. His candidacy and philosophy would serve as an umbrella under which extremists of all stripes would stand. In the light of these facts and because of my love for America, I had no alternative but to urge every Negro and white person of goodwill to vote against Mr. Goldwater and to withdraw support from any Republican candidate that did not publicly disassociate himself from Senator Goldwater and his philosophy."

(source Martin Luther King Autobiography Ch:23)


A repost from PC earlier. In case you didn't read it.

PX

ThatDeborahGirl said...

That's some bullshit field. A black woman running with the GOP is serious house negro behavior.

Any black woman that damned delusional shouldn't be elected for dog catcher let alone any responsible office.

Bobby Brown for president said...

Field, why do you have Christopher Walken as fnotd?

Unknown said...

There are more crackers on this thread than in a Costco size box of Ritz.

Anonymous said...

What pissed me off was no mention of the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act in either the Sarasota or Bradenton newspapers.

They both did front page stories about how "sad" people were that the "soccer team lost".

Wow. This too, sucks:

http://www.tampabay.com/news/courts/criminal/appeals-court-sends-bail-issue-for-accused-movie-theater-shooter-back-to/2188116