Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Maybe Donald Trump doesn't need any of my money

Well it's official, Donald Trump is a racist. First the Birther nonsense and now the Islamaphobic smear. Now I don't care what religion the POTUS is but it looks like Donald wants to send out a dog whistle to all of his racist friends. It looks like the only people that are wanted at Trump Towers are Klansmens. Well I guess billionaires and bigots stick together. Donald you shouldn't have done this. People will not support any of your projects anymore. Not the TV show, your charities, or your businesses. Also you're not too smart. Your Birth Certificate list you as being born in Jamaica and having a Scottish mother. Now I know that Jamaica refers to New York but since you're a birther I'm going to say that you're a "Yawdie" and black at that. Maybe you'll see how it feels to be black if just for a second.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Fair and balanced my a@@

Well it looks like Bill Sammon was caught with his hand in the cookie jar. Bill is the head propangandist at Fox News. He's the guy that sent the memo out on using the words Socialism during the election. He's caught saying that he KNEW he was lying about Sen. Obama during the election. Now for some of you that may not know this Bill is a former Clevelander. There's a special hate for the guy here. He's was the one that said that he knew of voter fraud in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. He was the one that interviewed Freddie Johnson the guy that registered to vote 72 times (how many virgins in paradise again?).Freddie was thrown out of his home and lost his job. Someone needs to interview Freddie and Sammon preferably the FBI. The only time we had voter fraud in Cleveland a Republican by the name of J.Kenneth Blackwell did it. Also check out the books written by "fair and balanced" VP of Fox News Bill Sammon:

At Any Cost: How Al Gore Tried to Steal the Election Fighting Back: The War on Terrorism from Inside the White House Misunderestimated: The President Battles Terrorism, Media Bias and the Bush Haters Strategery: How George W. Bush Is Defeating Terrorists, Outwitting Democrats, and Confounding the Mainstream Media

No this is not a joke, those are real titles. The term is called hagiographic, which means portraying a person like a saint. Yes Bill was riding Bush's jock really, really hard. Now you know where Oreilly , Greta, and Hannity get their marching orders on what to say from.

Friday, March 25, 2011

What if he was looking for Sarah Palin?

You should see all the comments at this site. People have a lot of jokes posted there. If this brother was strapped at a Palin rally, he would be dead. One of those Tea Baggers or 5-0 would have "regulated". Maybe his "friend" Jared seen this and decided to visit a Congresswoman in Arizona. Yup this is Arizona. Now most of the people I associate with know black men get shot for holding a cell phone. Yes this guy get a "pass" because the gun is for the POTUS. What this guy just did was to give people on the left a "get out of jail free pass" when they bring their gun to a right wing rally. Here's the thing, the guy could have went down there and promoted peace and love but Republicans don't understand that do that do they? Guns should not be brought to ANY political rally.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Even England hates Murdoch

Looks like America's favorite fascist is trying to make his empire a little larger. England hates Rupert Murdoch too. BTW, fox IS still illegal in Canada. They really enforce their hate crime legislation.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Oi vey !

what a trip !

While the POTUS goes on one of his $200 million trips to Carnival in Rio (Carnival was over two weeks ago and the trip doesn't cost $200 million) spunky Sarah Palin spent $1.38 and sat on the wing of a plane and flew to India and Israel. She is overseas giving speeches and getting PAID for them. Couldn't ya'll have done something good with your money? To the folks of India and Israel foreign companies can donate money for our elections. You too can set up a O.F.A. office in your country. Just a hint Israel, her religion believes that when you are destroyed God will come back. Now to you Muslims in India, her friend Pat Robertson and many people in her denomination believe that you pray to the Devil. Sarah don't like Hindus either. So remember you got until November of 2012 to get about $650 million for the POTUS reelection.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Cavuto claims that Dr. King was anti-Union

Neil Cavuto claims that Dr. King was really anti-Union and would be against the march that the teachers and their supporters are having in Wisconsin. In steps Lisa Fritsch of Project 21 a Conservative "think" thank if you can call it that. To her Dr. King was marching for all the oppressed white billionaires who can't get justice from those oppressive militant minorities.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself Lisa. Two Black sanititation workers died and you go on TV and lied about it. I guess Project 21 is a group that want to keep blacks in the projects in the 21th Century.

Dr.King died helping unions and was supported by unions. What’s next? Maybe you claim that Emmitt Till committed suicide.

From Wikipedia:

Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The Lorraine Motel, where King was assassinated, is now the site of the National Civil Rights Museum.On March 29, 1968, King went to Memphis, Tennessee in support of the black sanitary public works employees, represented by AFSCME Local 1733, who had been on strike since March 12 for higher wages and better treatment. In one incident, black street repairmen received pay for two hours when they were sent home because of bad weather, but white employees were paid for the full day”.
Did it feel good to get those 30 pieces of silver after you LIED about something that black people were MURDERED for?

You, the Republican Party, the Tea Party, Conservatives, and the rest HAVE NO CREDIBILITY,YOU ARE ALL LIARS !

Beck can give out dogwhistles for five Policemen to get shot and three died in Pittsburgh. You hold up your fist, and nothing is said. If Jesse Jackson held up his fist at the end of a interview, Sean Klannity would want him tried for treason.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Crazy Train

Look what Michelle Malkin put on her blog. While her cousin is missing in Washington State Michelle still has the time to send out dogwhistles to harm the POTUS. Notice the upside down photo and the letters R.I.P.

I'm sending out this song to all the crazy Michelles in the Republican Party from Malkin to Bachmann (yes I know Bachmann spells her name different).

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Election season has started

Looks like they brought out a oldie but a goodie, Rev. Wright. Let's hope that people stay on the issues like Union busting, jobs, and the economy, instead of swallowing the "Southern Stragety." Just last week my mother went to see the new minister of Trinity United, Rev. Otis Moss III. His father Otis Moss Jr. was one of Dr. Martin Luther King's best friends. He had to endure seeing his son go through what Dr. King went through, threats against the church and himself. Let's us pray (those that are religious) that America won't fall for 'da Okie Doke again. Do we need any more Scott Walkers and John Kasichs ?

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Is this girl a brain donor?

Alexandra Wallace can't understand why she's getting death threat. No one should make threats to harm anyone, but it doesn't give you a license to be stupid. She posted this anti-Asian You Tube up while we have the problems going on in Japan. I guess future Sarah Palin's and Michelle Bachmann's have to come from somewhere.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Koch Brothers Exposed

Robert Greenwald has made a series of films on the Koch Brothers. Now all their influence and greed will be seen by the world.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Nobody gets a free lunch (unless you're a Billionaire)

Do he have to compare what teachers get paid to what a Wall Street excutive gets? Well some people think that teachers asking for more is Communism.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Puerto Rico has a Republican Governor too

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Puerto Rico National Chapter
While the world celebrates the democratic revolution in Egypt, major violations of basic human rights

are occurring in our own backyard. Since Governor of Puerto Rico Luis Fortuño (R) came into power two years ago, free speech has been under all-out assault. The following events have taken place recently:

* Thousands of public workers have been laid off and had their union contracts terminated, leading to tens of thousands of people peacefully protesting over the past year. One event turned out over 100,000 peaceful protestors and while in NYC hundreds marched on May Day, in Puerto Rico May Day turned out an estimated 30,000 citizens.

* At a protest at the steps of the Capital Building over the closing of access to legislative sessions,

access that is constitutionally mandated, protesters were beaten mercilessly, pepper sprayed and shot at by Puerto Rico Police. The same has occurred at other locations.

At most events young women are the first to be targeted for police violence. At the University of Puerto Rico, female students, many of whom were beaten, were also sexually harassed, groped and assaulted (touched) by police. Students have been mercilessly beaten, mazed and shot at with rubber bullets. Citizens have accused, which images captured confirm, police of applying torture techniques on immobilized student protesters. In the past two years, there have been several riots at protests in and around the University of Puerto Rico. Many protesters have accused the police of causing the riots, which some videos also seem to confirm.

Since taking the oath of office, the current administration, which controls all three branches of government, has set out to quash Freedom of Expression. In Puerto Rico, Expression has been in the form of protests against government policies, such as the firing of approximately 26,000 workers in total, privatizing government, closing off access to public information and legislative sessions, attempting to close down the university FM radio station during periods of civil unrest and going after the Puerto Rico Bar Association, which was a mandatory integrated Bar and is Puerto Rico’s oldest institution. The 171 year old Puerto Rico Bar Association (Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico) has historically been a known focal point for liberal dissent against government policies.

Puerto Rico Governor Fortuño, who is considered a rising star in the Republican Party, has publicly committed to not allowing what he calls “extreme left” protests and expression. On Friday, February 11, 2011, Governor Fortuño spoke about his administration’s policies while speaking at a Conservative Political Action Conference of the American Conservative Union (ACU) in Washington, DC, an activity attended by members of the National Rifle Association, the Tea Party and the John Birch Society.

* At the University of Puerto Rico all forms of expression have been prohibited, through a Resolution issued by UPR Chancellor Ana Guadalupe; a resolution which Governor Luis Fortuño ordered armed police officers to enforce. On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, a group of students participated in civil disobedience on campus, consisting of a paint-in. During the paint-in, students peacefully and without interrupting the educational process painted messages of protest in a limited area of the street at the front of the main library, in defiance of the Chancellor’s absolute prohibition on any form of protest. Students immediately came under extreme physical and violent attack by members of the police force’s elite and heavily armed SWAT and Riot Squad teams.

While the ACLU is looking to file charges on Human Rights violations and evaluating other legal options, the Puerto Rico Daily Sun, a conservative English language newspaper, published a damming editorial in which it called for the resignation of the university’s president, chancellors and the Board of Trustees. On Friday, February 11, 2011, President Ramón De la Torres’ resignation was unanimously accepted by the Board of Trustees. However, the Board Chairperson, Ygrí Rivera, immediately stated that she will not be removing armed Puerto Rico Police officers from the University of Puerto Rico campus.

In its editorial, the Puerto Rico Daily Sun, stated that “[t]he indiscriminate aggression of police riot squads against students, who are exercising their constitutional rights in public areas without interfering with any academic or administrative activity, is a gross violation of their rights and an act comparable only to the acts of the dictatorships we all denounce and reject”. The Daily Sun added that “[w]e do not want this new order, neither for our university, the Capitol, La Fortaleza or our neighborhoods. We reject it with all our might, exercising our freedom of speech, or freedom of association, is not a crime”.

As we say in Puerto Rico, “mas claro no canta un gallo” (it could not have been more clearly stated). On Sunday, February 12, 2011, just four days after students were mercilessly beaten by Puerto Rico Police agents, over 10,000 alumnus, parents, grandparents, family members and other citizens took to the streets and marched over to reclaim the UPR campus, demanding that the PRPD be immediately ordered off campus. See news video:

In addition to the debacle and related violence at the University of Puerto Rico, in the past two years legislation has been passed that would prohibit protests at construction sites and most recently at any government building that renders educational services and other locations providing government services, under penalty of criminal prosecution.

The Puerto Rico Bar Association was recently de-certified through legislation which the governor signed into law, which all but shut down its operations. Several lawyers aligned with the views of the current administration pushed for de-certification and had previously sued the Bar Association in federal court alleging that the Bar was forcing them to purchase an unwanted insurance policy; its $78.00 per year cost was paid from Bar Association dues. Bar members were never informed of the particulars of the lawsuit and Federal Fudge José Antonio Fusté issued a GAG order prohibiting the disclosure of important aspects of the case to Bar class members.

The Puerto Rico Bar Association is not being allowed to inform and counsel Bar members about their right to opt out of the lawsuit. Thousands of lawyers are not even sure why they are a part of this lawsuit. It is believed that an English language notice on the right to opt out of the lawsuit may not be sufficient guarantee that Bar members will fully understand the ramifications of their actions. Many members of the Bar have limited English skills, particularly lawyers in the smaller and rural towns. The newly elected President of the now voluntary Puerto Rico Bar Association (Colegio de Abogados de Puerto Rico), Osvaldo Toledo, was jailed on Friday, February 11, 2010, at a federal detention center in Puerto Rico, where he remains on contempt of a court charges for refusing to pay a $10,000 fine imposed on him for having counseled Bar members who insist that they have a right to know the particulars of the suit and procedure for opting out.

Federal Judge José Antonio Fuste’s GAG order extends not only to the President of the Puerto Rico Bar Association, but also board members, administrators, agents and servants. The Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union in Puerto Rico, William Ramírez, had previously been warned by the Bar that he may not be able to speak out against what is held to be an injustice and First Amendment infringement. Speaking out in defiance of the federal court order may result in the arrest of anyone covered by the court’s GAG order and further fines imposed against the Puerto Rico Bar Association.

After studying the court’s order, we at the ACLU do not, at this time, believe that the federal court order reaches class members or other members of the Bar, including the staff and cooperating attorneys of the ACLU in Puerto Rico. However, we do believe the order to be unjust and believe it should be set aside.

The ACLU will continue to fight for the right to free speech and peaceful assembly in Puerto Rico and fully intends to take on any challenges that it may face.

View WAPA America TV interview with ACLU Puerto Rico director:

Some links that may be helpful to you as background can be found below.

News footage of some of the protests:

Friday, March 4, 2011

Mike Tobin just makes stuff up

mike tobin

Why look it's palm trees. That don't look like Wisconsin in the winter. What else has Fox lied about ?

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Black Reporter saves White Supremacist

When we have so much hate and racial tension in this country it good to know that there are people who want to stop it. When you have people who claim to be a Christian, Jewish, Muslim, or anything else it's good to see someone stop violence. People claim a relationship with God and go out and do violence. Shomari Smith did what he was taught to do, stop violence. Wouldn't it be good if people all over the world everywhere would just stop violence when they see it? The guy he's saving is a White Supremacist. He didn't ask his race, sex, or anything, he just went and help. What would happen if more Americans would stop someone from burning a Torah, a Koran, or a Bible? Too many people are taught to hate like that song in "South Pacific".

If Democracy can spread in the Middle East and Africa, maybe peace and love for our fellow being can sperad too.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Fox Lies and so does Mike Tobin

There seems to be a lot of Republicans lying on T.V. lately. Firsst Huck goes Birther and his retraction is a lie. He said the POTUS hate the British. The POTUS grew up in Indonesia which was under the Dutch so that doesn't makes any sense either.

Now Mike Tobin is claiming that he got a beat down and was punched. In this world of You Tubes and camera phones everywhere he was caught lying. How long will Fox keep making things up?

Tuesday, March 1, 2011