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Friday, October 31, 2008

Jason Whitlock: Reality Check

The NFL's discipline problems won't go away, so why not cash in? Here's a TV pitch for Roger Goodell

McCain Gave Funds to group co-founded by Khalidi

But organization pro-Western, Obama supported Professor's anti-Israel efforts

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Obama's Antie Found Living in the "ghettos" of Boston

It appears that Obama's "Spread the Wealth" Theory is not working in his own family. First a half brother in Kenya is living in a shack and now we find Uncle Omar and Auntie living in the slums of Boston. Meanwhile, affirmation action educated Obama is living the "American Dream" the white part that is, because according to some blacks, we are living the "American Nightmare."

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The Continued Hallway Pass Given to Obama

The Continued Hallway Pass Given to Obama:

And that's what it is, it's a pass given by angry and sad ass blacks, who look at him like he's some black Jesus and a pass given by white guilt ridden whites, who feel they need to show their liberalism by apologizing to everything and not making claims made by Obama be answered, Only in liberal America is where a candidate who is running for president led us to believe that he didn't know Wright made such speeches as the one below, led us to believe that he wasn't an angry half black man and according to his book, said that in order to be around whites is to show that he's not an angry black man, non-intimidating to whites and what happened? it was ate the ef up! Look, I respect Obama's path to history and I also thought he was something special, when he spoke at the 2004 Democratic Convention. I thought him to be an independent and saw him in a high office. But time has passed and 2004, was just that, 2004. He is a tax and spend democrat, he has a past and associations that he has neither answered or truthfully responded too and yet, if it were a white candidate democrat or republican, they would be done and finished from the political scene. So, the continued Hallway Pass is does not expire for Obama. I hope it's revoked on the 4th of November.

Barack Obama speaks of Rev. Wright (You Tube): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh7xMhsLnac

Barack Obama: And, uh, who is -- who is my pastor, and, uh, he is a wonderful man, and I think, uh, that's an example of he's a pastor of a -- of a large congregation in Chicago, and one of the interesting things that I discover in my journey to discover what my identity is and who my father is -- is also discovering sort of, uh, my own faith, which -- which is not necessarily a traditional faith. I don't come out of an institutionalized religious setting.

What becomes important to me as I work with churches, uh, in the south side of Chicago in low-income neighborhoods, uh, is to realize that, you know, all the stories and songs of the church, you know, that -- that -- the hope that is embodied in the church, the sense of -- of -- of liberation that is embodied in the African -- historically African-American church, uh, is really something that -- that -- that moves me deeply, and I think, uh, is probably the main pillar around which a lot of inner cities communities are going to be built, and Reverend Wright, uh, my pastor who I -- I speak about in a chapter in the book, I think represents the best of what the black church has to offer.

The Best of Jeremiah Wright: Barack knows what it means to be a black man living in a country and a culture that is controlled by rich white people! [snip] Hillary ain't never been called a nigger! [snip] Bill did us just like he did Monica Lewinsky! He was riding dirty. [snip] In white America, US of KKKA: black men turning on black men. [snip] I am sick of Negroes who just do not get it. [snip] Not God bless America, God (bleep) America! It's in the Bible. For killing innocent people, God (bleep) America! [snip] (screaming) And now we are indignant because of stuff we have done overseas is now brought right back into our own front yards!

America's chickensssss are coming home to roost.

L.A. Times: Anaheim Policeman Shoots Innocent Man

This is just a sad story all the way around, you have a man in Alexander looking to see what the hell was going on around his house, looking to proctect his wife and mother in law. And then you have a police officer pursuing the sorry saps who were looking to victimize a unsuspecting family shoot and kill an innocent man. What makes it worse, is that the man is black. Just sad.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

WSJ: Obama's "Redistribution" Constitution

The courts are poised for a takeover by the judicial left.

A Good Example of Wealth Redistribution

Blogger Think and Grow Rich added this Joseph C. Phillips' website:

Today on my way to lunch I passed a homeless guy with a sign that read "Vote Obama, I need the money." I laughed.

Once in the restaurant my server had on a "Obama 08" tie, again I laughed as he had given away his political preference--just imagine the coincidence.

When the bill came I decided not to tip the server and explained to him that I was exploring the Obama redistribution of wealth concept. He stood there in disbelief while I told him that I was going to redistribute his tip to someone who I deemed more in need--the homeless guy outside. The server angrily stormed from my sight.

I went outside, gave the homeless guy $10 and told him to thank the server inside as I've decided he could use the money more. The homeless guy was grateful.

At the end of my rather unscientific redistribution experiment, I realized the homeless guy was grateful for the money he did not earn, but the waiter was pretty angry that I gave away the money he did earn even though the actual recipient deserved money more.

I guess redistribution of wealth is an easier thing to swallow in concept than in practical application.

REDISTRIBUTION OF SOMEONE ELSE'S WEALTH, A GREAT IDEA .............. or just a fools game?

[democrat] Led Congress Grew 13% more richer

Maybe a [Democratic] led Congress should pay more taxes

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/226/story/54838.html

Monday, October 27, 2008

Sell Before Obama Gets In...

Wayne Huizenga a racist? He will be after folks see this in the national papers or ESPN.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Fanz23 - Sports Take

Hey Sports Fans, I know the Fanzster did not post my weekly sports report and I apologize, but my paying occupation took a lot of my time. Of course there is a lot to cover and I won't hit on every item, but these are my takes that I thought of, on the top of my head. So without further delay, lets get to it:

ALCS: Did I or did I not mention that I love the Red Soxs and their "Heart of a Champion" mentality. The Red Soxs forced a game 7 and made the Rays step up and prove to the former WS Champs that the AL Representative, won't be the scrub team the NL sent up last year. Yeah, I know I picked those same scrubs to be in this position earlier in the year, but I'm only human. It could be worse, I could've picked the Detroit Tigers.

Oh, excuse me..

Me: Hey baby, huh? what?! you bullshhh 'in? Show me! oh Lawd!

Okay, I'm back, I was just told by one of my Fanz Mates, Beyounce. That I did pick the Detroit Tigers. Anyway, props to the Rays for showing some heart and go get 'em and good luck in the World Series

and speaking of the World Series:

World Series: This years World Series better have some pop to it, because, yeah everyone feels good about a team that lost 96 games last year and now playing in the WS, does not mean that everyone is feeling that good to see Philadelphia and Tampa Bay in the WS. Trust me, a few boob tube executives was licking their chops to see L.A. v. Boston or L.A. v. Rays or Philly v. Boston.

The Game: Last night Game 1 was played and I'm looking to see what the ratings were. Anyway Chase Utley found a way to stop the noise in Minute Maid Park. Blast a bomb over the wall and send your shut down pitcher in there to keep the fans sitting on their hands and cow bells. Philly up one.

Boxing: 'Ol Man River...

On Saturday, Bernard Hopkins did what I thought he couldn't do and beat a favorite boxer of mine in Kelly Pavlik. If you all remember, I was questioning why such a fight was happening, since the last few opponents Pavlik fought, came into the ring on two feet and left needing assistance. Hopkins found a way to beat Pavlik and made what should have been his last fight, a boring one. Thanks Bernard.

BCS:

You all remember the BMW'ing I was doing last year about the BCS and polls. Well, this year, don't expect me to do the same. There is no argument I can make to counter Les Miles and other coaches campaigning for bigger BCS Bowls. So if Texas loses, they'll have a valid argument as to where they're placed. If LSU loses again, they might have a valid argument since they got beat by Florida and if they lose to Georgia this Saturday. But if USC loses again, what argument can they make?

There used to be a time, when SC fan can look at the schedule and go, win , win, win, tough one, win, win, oh oh CAL. But based off losing to Stanford last year and now losing to Oregon State. SC fan can't take for granted a sure enough win. Now when SC fan looks at the schedule, its Washington? Win. Washington State? Win, UCLA? wait until the fourth quarter.

The Trojans could win out, but I don't think there's enough wins to get them in the BCS Championship game. Not when the Big 12 and SEC is battling within it's own division with 3 or 4 top ten teams.

Mixed Martial Arts:

Kimbo got sliced in the ring a few weeks ago, but CBS executives sliced all of ELITE XC, leaving two err! one big name fight out there. Slice losing was the swan song for the ELITE XC, but I don't think it's the end of Slice. Because regardless of his weakness on the ground game, folks will pay duckets to see this man fight. Don't believe me, let Mike Tyson come back.


NFL: "Momma, Don't Let Your Baby Grow Up to be a Cowboy"

Because they're breaking my freaking heart! The Cowboys, who were Dennis Green annointed to play in the Super Bowl is imploding in front of our very eyes. Losers of 2 straight, the Cowboys find themselves with a depleted defensive secondary, a quarterback not playing because of his pinkie, a volatile wide receiver and a coach who is chillin' like a villain. Meanwhile, while he's chillin', the owner is sharpening his axe. The Cowboys better find a way to get it together or..."Turn off the lights...The party is over."

Raiders: Next

SF 49ers: It's been a while since, well, I've never talked about the 49ers. Well anyway, they fired Mike Nolan and hired on a Interim basis, Mike Singletary. I guess on a interim basis, I could say I'm happy about that. But memo to Singletary, feel free to not yell out, "Now That's the Kind of Party I Like" out loud. Remember you are in San Francisco.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Worldwatch: Would The Last Honest Reporter, Please Turn on the Lights?

Interesting piece in this magazine, I'm hoping it made it's rounds in every news rag in the nation...Nevermind.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Dolemite Dead

Rudy Ray Moore aka Dolemite dead...

Monday, October 20, 2008

Another Reason, Why Powell endorsed Obama

Here is another reason why Powell endorsed Obama, he couldn't be wrong twice.

1. He was, along with the Bush Administration wrong on WMD.
2. And now, it turns out he was wrong about the surge and its effectiveness.

Powell Opposed Surged 12/17/2006:

Today on CBS’s Face the Nation, former Secretary of State Colin Powell said he did not support surging tens of thousands more troops in Iraq, a plan that Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) supports and that President Bush is expected to carry out. “I have not seen a case that persuades me that [Iraqi security] would be better” with more forces, he said.

Powell also pointed out that the military has no more troops to send. “There are really no additional troops. All we would be doing is keeping some of the troops who were there there longer and escalating or accelerating the arrival of other troops.”

Colin Powell Endorses Obama

When former General and Secretary of State Powell endorsed Barack over the weekend, it was like someone yelled fire in a theatre. However, when conservatives black and white suggest that Powell's endorsement is because of "race".

Foul.

I would like to believe that his endorsement is because he believes in the policies that Obama has articulated across the country, but I find it hard to believe. In that case, I minds well drop my political principles and hit the lever for Obama and call it the day.

If I were to do that, it would be for the same reason a good majority, not everyone, because some, like Obama can articulate why they're voting for him and make valid points, however there are good number of blacks, white and whatever voting for him because he's black. And on the flip side to be fair, a few white folk voting for McCain because he's white. Either way, anyone who is voting for racial reasons are wrong and doing a disservice to both candidates.

So Powell endorses Obama. I guess since leaving Washington DC, Powell's income is under $249,000.00. He needs some wealth redistributed his way.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Whitlock: Tony, Adam, Jerry oh my!

Jason Whitlock gives him humorist takes and of course brings it..

Joe Biden: Three Letters - J-O-B- S?

This reminds of his case for democrats to take over the house and senate, when he was asked, what the democrats will offer and he said: Easy, three words: We - can - do - better.

And the president is dumb. and Palin is a ditz. Please

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

NY Times on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

Alarm, worry in 1999, did anyone hear it? nope.

FBI: Justifiable Homicides at Highest in more than a decade

"Beware of Dog?" Beware of Owner.

Fanz23 Commentary - Keeping It Real with No Testimony

Contrary to another poster on a different blogsite, I was the first to talk about the Michael Irvin Show on ESPN 103.3 (Dallas) and I was the first to say, that his show is not like any other show.

Don't believe me...check out this quote from the Hall of Famer, when asked about his past by one of the callers..

"Look, I don't mind talking about my past, because it happened. To me, it's when they stop talking to me about my past, because it stops the testimony that God has given me to show where I came from and where I am now. AND I DON'T WANT TO STOP TALKING ABOUT IT!!"

You see, men, like Irvin and Sanders, got it and owned it. I imagine down the road, Moss and Owens will do the same in regard to their actions or inactions as representative of the NFL, but mainly role models to their communities.

However, unfortunately, there will be guys who will never own up to their own demons. Adam Jones is one of those players. He missed or may miss a golden opportunity to soak in and listen to the testimony of players who were down his road. He missed the opportunity to be a living example of a man who got 1 through 13 chances to prove his naysayers wrong.

Like an incomplete pass. Jones is incomplete in life.

Now don't get me wrong, I don't expect him to talk about politics, the environment and so on. But what I do expect from him is some accountability and at his age, recognize right from wrong.

And today on the Michael Irvin show, fans from ALL OVER!! the world were calling in to express their support: Because if the brother has an alcohol issue and he's sick. Then by all means, he should get the help needed to exhaust himself of those demons, but fans called in to express their disappointment and anger at a guy who wasn't really playing well, didn't dedicate himself to the playbook to make himself the shut down corner, we all thought he was/is and seemingly can't control himself in public.

Maybe Jason Whitlock was right, he is out of control and maybe going down the path of Tupac and not Sean Taylor, the Washington Redskin safety, who was murdered last year. Taylor got it, Taylor prioritized his life in this order: God, Family and Career.

We all thought, Adam Jones would see the picture for his own child and woman who chose him to spend her life with.

The Michael Irvin Show is known for being "Real Talk" Radio. Keeping it real and talking about your past, so it will be testimony for God to see where you come from.

If given another chance. Jones, needs to grasp his testimony and tell somebody, anybody about the chances and give it to God!

Monday, October 13, 2008

ESPN: Fallout over 91-0 Final Score affects two Florida High School Teams

After Reading: This is a place where wussifying lives. The losing side, is cracking jokes, while the winning side, is receiving e-mails from parents who are angry that the score was so high or why their kid was taken out. If I'm on the end of such a beating, I'm padding the stat book in regard to penalties, until ejected. There's no way, a football team that is supposed to be playing for team pride and get beat like eggs. Quite frankly, as a coach, I would take my starters out, because of people like me, who will be looking to hit someone hard enough, that it would like a felonious assault. But if the losing team couldn't stop the scrubs, the coach should have forfeited the game due to lack of performance. If you're a parent of the child who was on the losing team and you're e-mailing the coach...stop. hit delete and send one to your child's coach, athletic director and principal and get his backside out of there! Unbelievable.

TV - Food Network: The Chef Jeff Project

Did anyone catch the premiere of the "Chef Jeff Project" on the Food Network?

If you didn't, you missed a good program and a program that will hopefully help the seven young people who are looking to turn their lives around from whatever background they come from.

I think the Food Network hit the nail on the head on his real reality show, where there are no elimination challenges, except, for the young people themselves. How's that?

With the chance of getting a two year swing at a highly credited "chef's school and a stint under the tutulage of "Chef Jeff." It's up the to the individuals to choose a different lifestyle than the dangerous path they were on.

I urge everyone to take a look at the Chef Jeff Project and this time, pull for the young people.

A Little Something about Chef Jeff Henderson: http://www.nationwidespeakers.com/speaker/971/chef-jeff-henderson/award-winning-chef-and-best-selling-author

Business- Posh Urban Cuisine: http://www.kaleidoscopeconsulting.net/clients/pu/index.php

[Black] Radio Host Threatened After Addressing Sen. McCain

[Black] Radio Host Threatened after addressing Sen. McCain.

Link: http://www.bookerrising.net/2008/10/radio-host-threatened-after-mccain.html

The hate mail started pouring in after James Harris, a radio host for Newsradio 620 WTMJ, addressed Senator John McCain at a Republican rally on Thursday in Waukesha, Wisconsin. "You know this is sort of a sampling of the emails that I've been receiving," Mr. Harris said, "Hey Sambo, maybe Master McCain will let you shine his shoes since you did such a good job licking his boots."

During Thursday's rally, Mr. Harris urged Senator McCain to step up his attacks on Sen. Barack Obama's character. Mr. Harris said in the next presidential debate, "It's absolutely vital that you take it to Obama, that you hit him where it hurts," because "we have all of these shady characters that have surrounded him." Mr. Harris added, "I am begging you sir, I am begging you. Take it to him."

Mr. Harris's comment made heavy rotation on national talk shows, and was discussed in national newspapers. Mr. Harris says he's heard from blacks from across the country now accusing him of being a sellout. "Most of the stuff that I got in the email was like, 'How can a black man stand up and say that?' Well you know what? I happen to be an American of African descent, but I am a conservative."

The conservative Republican said he has no regrets. "I realize that I'm speaking for millions of people. It just so happens that in this racially charged election, the people who look like me happen to be on the other side of the aisle."

ABC News: Congressman's $121,000 Payoff to Alleged Mistress

Wow, this is the same congressman who ran against embarrassed former congressman, Mark Foley. And now look at this: $121,000 grrrr hush money to his ho'err!! mistress

Friday, October 10, 2008

Magic Outraged at Fake HIV Claims

Okay, let's be real here, Who has not heard the claim that Magic is a paid sponsor of the AIDs campaign or he just doesn't have HIV. Who does not remember Magic and Cookie saying that he was cleared of his HIV? I remember all that stuff from Magic taking herbs or seeing the Pope for healing. Yet, Magic is upset that a couple of white guys, conservative white guys, as the article reports, says he is faking his HIV.

Obama Sued Citibank to make bad loans

UPDATED: Obama Sued Citibank Under CRA to Force it to Make Bad Loans
Posted on 03 October 2008

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In­­ th­ese law­su­its, ACORN­­ makes a b­ogu­s claim of Red­lin­­in­­g (d­en­­yin­­g poor people loan­­s b­ecau­se of th­eir eth­n­­ic h­eritage). Th­ey protest an­­d­ get th­e local med­ia to raise a b­ig stin­­k. Th­is stin­­k mean­­s th­at th­e b­an­­k faces th­ou­san­­d­s of people closin­­g th­eir accou­n­­ts an­­d­ get local politician­­s to lob­b­y to stop th­e b­an­­k from d­oin­­g some fu­tu­re b­u­sin­­ess, expan­­sion­­s an­­d­ mergers. If th­e b­an­­k goes to cou­rt, th­ey w­ill w­in­­, b­u­t th­e d­amage is alread­y d­on­­e b­ecau­se w­h­o is goin­­g to lau­n­­ch­ a b­ig campaign­­ to get th­e b­an­­k’s repu­tation­­ b­ack?

It is importan­­t to u­n­­d­erstan­­d­ th­e n­­atu­re of th­ese law­su­its an­­d­ w­h­at th­eir pu­rpose is. ACORN­­ filed­ ton­­s of th­ese law­su­its an­­d­ ALL of th­em allege racism.

T­ha­n­ks t­o­ t­he­ ISU­B V­ision Weblog for provid­in­­g­ d­eta­ils­ of this­ s­tory.

To read more: http://www.mediacircus.com/2008/10/obama-sued-citibank-under-cra-to-force-it-to-make-bad-loans/

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Jemele Hill: No Closure with Simpson Verdict

Jemele Hill: No Closure with Simpson verdict

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=hill/081008

I'm supposed to believe the O.J. Simpson guilty verdict is a purging. It supposedly represents America collectively issuing a makeup call for 1995 by rendering a judgment that could send the 61-year-old Simpson to prison for much of the rest of his life.

But I don't believe any of that was accomplished last week in Las Vegas. All this verdict does is prove that race, wealth and celebrity are just as relevant in 2008 as they were in 1995, when Simpson was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.

In response to the guilty verdict, David Cook, the attorney who represents Goldman's father Fred, said: "Is this closure for Fred Goldman? No. Is this closure for America? Yes."

Sowell: The Real Obama, Part I and II

Thomas Sowell: The Real Obama, Part I

Critics of Senator Barack Obama make a strategic mistake when they talk about his "past associations." That just gives his many defenders in the media an opportunity to counter-attack against "guilt by association."
We all have associations, whether at the office, in our neighborhood or in various recreational activities. Most of us neither know nor care what our associates believe or say about politics.

Associations are very different from alliances. Allies are not just people who happen to be where you are or who happen to be doing the same things you do. You choose allies deliberately for a reason. The kind of allies you choose says something about you.

Jeremiah Wright, Father Michael Pfleger, William Ayers and Antoin Rezko are not just people who happened to be at the same place at the same time as Barack Obama. They are people with whom he chose to ally himself for years, and with some of whom some serious money changed hands.

Some gave political support, and some gave financial support, to Obama's election campaigns, and Obama in turn contributed either his own money or the taxpayers' money to some of them. That is a familiar political alliance-- but an alliance is not just an "association" from being at the same place at the same time.

Link: http://townhall.com/columnists/ThomasSowell/2008/10/07/the_real_obama



Thomas Sowell: The Real Obama, Part II

A recent Republican campaign ad sarcastically described as Barack Obama's "one accomplishment" his supporting a bill to promote sex education in kindergarten.

During an interview of a Republican spokesman, Tom Brokaw of NBC News replayed that ad and asked if that was something serious to be discussed in a presidential election campaign.

It was a variation on an old theme about getting back to "the real issues," just as Brokaw's question was a variation on an increasingly widespread tendency among journalists to become a squad of Obama avengers, instead of reporters.

Does it matter if Barack Obama is for sex education in kindergarten? It matters more than most things that are called "the real issues."

Seemingly unrelated things can give important insights into someone's outlook and character. For example, after the Cold War was over, it came out that one of the things that caught the attention of Soviet leaders early on was President Ronald Reagan's breaking of the air traffic controllers' strike.

Link: http://townhall.com/Columnists/ThomasSowell/2008/10/08/the_real_obama_part_ii

Zane is coming to Cinemax

Well folks, who are into erotica...Get prepared for Zane Sex Chronicles to premiere on Skin a Max aka Cinemax on Friday, October 10.

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Missing SNL Skit on the Soros and the Democrats

Hat tip: Rush Limbaugh.com

Update: Video Skit has been removed...I wonder why?

Monday, October 06, 2008

RF23 - Yay! and Whew!!

RF23 - Yay!! and Whew!!

Ay sports fan, I hope you all had a good sports weekend and if you're up and breathing, you should be blessed to hopefully see another sports night. The sports weekend for the RF23 aka 'The Sarge' was luke warm. So without further adieu, lets get busy!

Yay!!
Los Angeles Dodgers: Props to the "Blue" Crew for getting it done and putting the cubs and that goat to hibernation. If you all remember, I once described the playoffs as a separation between little kids and big kids bedtime. When I described that, I had the Dodgers in the little kids category, ready to call it the season, because at the time they were down 3 or 4 games behind the immature Arizona Diamondback, who got into baseball trouble and got sent to bed early and the Dodgers were rewarded with their hard work and game leadership of Manny Ramirez. Well with all that was mentioned, the Dodgers did the Cubs and they're gulliable fans and advanced to the National League Championship Series.

The playoff series monkey is off the back of the Dodgers. They now have a good series match up with the Philedelphia Phillies. Good Luck Blu Crew!

and now to the...

Whew!!

The Angels avoided being swept from the playoff and is still in critical condition in the baseball playoff ICU. After looking like the "Bad News Bears" in the second inning, they found a little offense, mustered okay pitching and beat the Red Sox. Now if they can, without dumb errors in the field and on the bases do it again, two more times. Right now the Angels look like the Kansas City Royals.


Convicted:

OJ Simpson was found guilty on Friday for robbery and kidnapping charges in Las Vegas. *Editorial - This morning while making my way to work, I heard two women talk about the conviction and one of them said, 'they tapped danced and shouted.'

Why? Nicole and Ron are still dead. And Simpson is not going to prison for their murders. So why? dance a jig or tap dance as they put it.

Easy.

Because thirteen years ago, a good number of blacks danced a jig, shouted and tapped dance because he was acquitted of those two murders. So we thought. It wasn't until Johnnie Cochran died, that the real reason, why black folk shouted, danced and partied, was because of Johnnie, not OJ.

"No disrespect to you, OJ, but we wasn't shouting and dancing because of you..It was because Johnnie Cochran exposed years and years of misjustice on African Americans and he beat them at their game." - Al Sharpton (Cochran's funeral)

I guess that's nice to know..So when the attorney for Michael Jackson dies, I wonder if Al is going to say the same thing. What about R-Kelly?

So why dance? There was no justice for Ron and Nicole. There was no justice for their families. None, but yet you want to dance as if it had healing powers. I get joy, that an alleged killer is off the street. But who does that benefit?

OJ! All he had to do was "go away" not be seen, not been heard from, show a little remorse or just be angry like Fred Goldman! that someone, if it wasn't him! killed the mother of his children while they were upstairs sleeping! that's all he had to do. But this wasn't OJ. He had to be seen, he had to be heard from and he showed no remorse or grief that a good majority of people, black and white! thought he killed two people, 13 years ago! So him going to prison for 15 years or life is what he needed..

Why?

TMZ.com, National Enquirer, NY Post, EXTRA do you see where I'm going with this? It's print and it's camera and OJ is for sale to tell his story, give his documentary and get fan mail from even sicker people.

Still want to dance and sing?

Now that the Yay and Whew is done, lets get to the "Man!"

Kimbo Slice: On Saturday, MMA superstar, Kimbo Slice was beaten in 14 seconds, by a stand in, after MMA legend Frank Shamrock couldn't go because he had a cut on his eye. Slice unprepared, but got his reputation for taking all comers in backyard and warehouses, got beat when he charged the understudy and was caught with a short right and down he went, all 265 pounds fell to the mat.

Quick Hits:

SC went up one place, after beating Oregon. UCLA did what they were supposed to do by beating Washington State. The Raiders looked good, oh wait! they had a bye. The Chargers fell to the Dolphins, I blame Tomlinson for not having the spunk and drive to get just one doggon' yard. Rivers should have faked it to the fullback and took it himself. The Cowboys got by the Bengals, The Seahawks were mugged by the Giants, The Redskins triumphed over the Eagles. Is Herm Edwards still pulling a check? KC got beat down. Pittsburg beat the Jaguars in Jacksonville and if you didn't see, the Colts with help of the Texans back up quarterback came back to beat the Texans, after two back to back Rosenfeld fumbles. The Colts are not a good football team.

Friday, October 03, 2008

Stereotypes of black athletes, effect on youth is discussed

Sarah Show: Huge early ratings for Palin-Biden debate

33% more viewership than the Messiah and the Maverick!!

This is Why The Left Hates O'Reilly...

Never mind being wrong on his take on big oil. Never mind giving Jesse Jackson a pass on his "Nigger" blast toward black people and Never mind that he hangs out with Al Sharpton like they're tea buddies.

The Left doesn't like O'Reilly because at times, he'll do this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAuOEdttjZQ

Thursday, October 02, 2008

My Conversation with a Barack Supporter on Black Planet

My Conversation with a Barack Supporter on Black Planet
Posted October 02nd, 2008 at 08:48pm


Recently I shot a note to a black planet member in regard to her page. You see she was rightfully advocating that folks get out to vote and said it was important for folks to vote.


That's cool and I applaud that type of activism, but..and there's always one I have problems with the black planet member.


One, I approached her and expressed my being impressed with her "get out to vote" statement and just asked a few questions about who she was supporting, oh! wait I didn't need to do that because her statement of "we can't have 4 more years of the same administration," was a dead giveaway of her support of Obama. So I asked her, what she thought the issues were and what her issues were and got this:

Me: I get your message (her blog site), but unfortunately a good number of our brothers and sistas are voting for Obama, because he's black and not because of the issues. So having said in your opening that you're voting the issues. Help me out? Prior to housing crisis and financial crisis... What was the issue in the race.. Iraq: The surge has worked and the Iraqis are talking troop reduction.. War on Terror: This country has not been attacked again since 9/11, this is after 70% of the american public thought we would be... So my hopeful new friend..What are the issues?...what are your issues?


Her: I hardly have time to go over the entire list of issues currently going on in our country that need immediate attention, so I will paraphrase.. Iraq was a conflict that NEVER should have happened! Ever! There was NO terrorist threat there my friend. You bought the hype. So since there was NO terrorist threat EVER there why did we risk our troops lives AND spend billions of money we did NOT have? Which btw has helped our economy to get to the awful place it is now... Our economy is at the WORST its been since the depression!!!!! We are at most ONE day away from a depression. Our dollar's value is wayyyy below market. the employment rate is LOWER than its been in yearssss. Food and gas are sky high! And record number of folks have lost their homes!!!! HOW can you say there are no issues? And I have not even begun to really finish the list here, but I have to run... Also I talk to people every day. I wish you had read my blog on this...BUT I have not talked to one person that is NOT voting for Obama. AND the majority of the people I speak to are NOT Black. So Obama will win because he is the ONLY qualified candidate.


Me: Oh this is going to be fun..I have a blog or two and my friend, we disagree. Now if you are a debator, who can be civil and be prepared to take points..we can debate...But from your response, I don't have enough room. But I'll ask you this: If Obama is "qualified" what is McCain? Does he not have enough experience, Does he not or has he not gone against the President and his own party on more than 5 occasions? So explain how Obama is qualified, when he has flip flopped on drilling off shore, waiting to see what the American people are thinking on this bail out. Either he doesn't understand NAFTA or he's saying one thing to farmers and another to suits in San Francisco...Oh! wait he did that. What about taxes? How much more taxes do the rich have to pay? all or half what?!


Her: This is an EASY one. You asked what is McCain???? He is an OLD has been , whose time is longgggggggggg gone. He's a hothead who is known for that in Washington..talking smack loudly without backing chit up! He cheated on his wife, and married the bimbo right after divorcing his long term wife..He is RICH, and that is WHY he is angry about taxing the rich!!!!!!!! He , like his buddy Bush, preach the same B.S. that has landed us after 8 years of a STOLEN , crooked Presidency , is hand in hand with oil investors(which is WHY we are in Iraq!) and is willing to pay 700 cazillion dollars to bail out the financial institutions!!!! When is the LAST time that you got FREE taxpaying help to pay off your BAD debts??? You or I ,my friend would have no option but to file bankruptcy. Miss me with the McCain stance..even HE isn't confident on his own behalf..which is WHY he tryed to "wuss" out of the debate and Obama had to get him to man up!!! And thennnnnn ALL he talked about was things he alledgely did 25 yearsssss ago.No one cares what he did in the past..he better fast forward to what he can do right now to bail this country out of the worst shape its been in since the Depression..And while his thumb is stuck up his azz trying to figure out what he has to offer banks are closing by the dayyyyyyyyyy..


Me: Wow! you said a mouthful and you had me fooled, I thought you were baller, but you are spewing the same leftist talking points without backing it up...


Her: Let me give you a clue because you sound like the majority of probably medicated zoned out zombies that sat idle while BUSH STOLE 2 elections right under your noses and then LIED to you about WHO was responsible for 911 and bamboozled you into believing that Iraq was necessary when now finally folks have awakened from their slumber to realize Iraq was just about Bush padding his and his friends pockets! If a duck walks like a duck..smells like a duck and quacks like a duck what do YOU think it is??? Obama is going to be the next President whether people like you like it or not. And we will finally have a change from this MESSSSSSSSSSSS of a situation our country is in now. Think about it..There is NO part of this administrations affairs that are in order!!! WAKE UP. We are on the brink of a FULL depression. In our adult lifetimes we have NEVER been in this situation. SMART people who want it to end, want a change..and they will ALL vote for Obama. Do YOUR homework you are behind the wrong horse. And I am not wasting anymore BP ink with you. I feel sorry for you. You have nothing to say of essence on this matter..just like McCain doesn't. At the debate McCain showed his true colors. And he took a HUGE hit in the polls. As an American I am ashamed of him and Americans who are so racist they will vote for such an unqualified pair as McCain and Palin. They are a laughing stock in other countries .Shameful.


Me: With all due respect, you still have some homework to do. You're spewing leftist bullbleep and quite frankly it's sad..real sad that a person can be fooled over and over again. Again, I thought you were a baller, someone articulate enough to conversate and back up their point of view. But you're not. But since you're high in the sky over Barack Hussein Obama, let me tell you why he's going to lose this race.. THE HISPANIC VOTE! I could tell you why, but I wasted 2 minutes of my life already.


Take care or do whatever you do for "life"

Bush Lied - People Died: http://www.opinionjournal.com/extra/?id=110007540 ; http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200401/pollack

MSNBC - Ifill Dismisses Questions of Partisanship

MSNBC: Ifill Dismisses Questions of Partisanship (and prepares the "race card")
Link: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26978194/?GT1=43001

PBS journalist Gwen Ifill [Black American woman], moderator of the upcoming vice presidential debate, dismissed conservative questions about her impartiality because she is writing a book that includes material on Barack Obama [African American man].

Ifill said Wednesday that she hasn’t even written her chapter on Obama for the book “The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama,” which is to be published by Doubleday on Jan. 20, 2009, the day a new president is inaugurated.

“I’ve got a pretty long track record covering politics and news, so I’m not particularly worried that one-day blog chatter is going to destroy my reputation,” Ifill said. “The proof is in the pudding. They can watch the debate tomorrow night and make their own decisions about whether or not I’ve done my job.”

The day before the Joe Biden [White American man] -Sarah Palin [White American woman] debate, columnist Michelle Malkin [Asian American woman] wrote in the New York Post about Ifill’s book, saying, “She’s so far in the tank for the Democratic presidential candidate, her oxygen delivery line is running out.”

John McCain [White American man], though, spoke highly of the reporter in an interview with FOX News Channel. “I think Gwen Ifill is a professional and I think she will do a completely objective job because she is a highly respected professional,” he said Wednesday.
In its online description of the book, Doubleday says that Ifill “surveys the American political landscape, shedding new light on the impact of Barack Obama’s stunning presidential campaign and introducing the emerging young African American politicians forging a bold new path to political power.”

Ifill said Obama’s story, which she has yet to write, is only a small part of the book, which discusses how politics in the black community have changed since the civil rights era. Among those subjects is Colin Powell [Black American man], secretary of state in the Bush administration.

The host of PBS’ “Washington Week” and senior correspondent on “The NewsHour” said she did not tell the Commission on Presidential Debates about the book. The commission had no immediate comment when contacted by The Associated Press. A spokeswoman for John McCain’s campaign did not immediately return phone and e-mail messages.

Ifill’s resume includes jobs at The New York Times, the Washington Post and NBC News. She moderated the 2004 vice presidential debate between Dick Cheney and John Edwards [both White American men].

She said it was the publisher, not herself, who set the Inauguration Day release date. It will be released then whether Obama wins or loses.

Although Malkin raised the topic of Ifill’s impartiality the day before the debate, the PBS journalist said that Time magazine noted she was writing a book in August, and that it has been available for pre-sale on Amazon.com. The book also is mentioned in a Sept. 4 interview she gave the Washington Post.

Ifill questions why people assume that her book will be favorable toward Obama.

(Let the race card begin!)

“Do you think they made the same assumptions about Lou Cannon (who is white) when he wrote his book about Reagan[deceased White American man]?” said Ifill, who is black. Asked if there were racial motives at play, she said, “I don’t know what it is. I find it curious.”

My Response: I don't recall race being the issue in regard to the Ms. Ifill, from my understanding she is writing or have completed a book to be released on January 20, 2009, that is according to her, partially is about Obama. What she fails to see is that her business, what she does for a living has in the past few years, after Reagan, been under scrutiny for media bias! Now I don't know Lou Cannon and he may be a conservative/liberal columnist, but I don't recall ever hearing the term "media bias" in the 80's. Did it exist, probably so, but I don't think it was so blatant as it is today.