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  posted on 8/24/2015 at 08:31 PM
Five Stars....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yG2eqnaJ1w

 
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  posted on 8/24/2015 at 09:21 PM
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Five Stars....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yG2eqnaJ1w

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Exactly right.

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  posted on 8/24/2015 at 09:23 PM
Dr. Ben Carson says what many will not: The Truth

Ben Carson: #BlackLivesMatter misfire
Ben Carson 7:05 p.m. EDT August 24, 2015

Our righteous anger misdirected at politically convenient targets, not real culprits.

The idea that disrupting and protesting Bernie Sanders speeches will change what is wrong in America is lunacy. The "BlackLivesMatter" movement is focused on the wrong targets, to the detriment of blacks who would like to see real change and to the benefit of its powerful white liberal funders using the attacks on Sanders for political purposes that mean nothing for the problems that face our community.

The notion that some lives might matter less than others is meant to enrage. That anger is distracting us from what matters most. We're right to be angry, but we have to stay smart.
Of course, the protesters are right that racial policing issues exist and some rotten policemen took actions that killed innocent people. Those actions were inexcusable and they should be prosecuted to deter such acts in the future.

But unjust treatment from police did not fill our inner cities with people who face growing hopelessness. Young men and women can't find jobs. Parents don't have the skills to compete in a modern job market. Far too many families are torn and tattered by self-inflicted wounds. Violence often walks alongside people who have given up hope.

I grew up in neighborhoods most Americans were told to never drive through. I saw bullets, drugs and death in the same places I played tag and ball with my friends. Both of my older cousins died on the streets where I lived. I thought that was my destiny.

But my mother didn't. She changed all of that. She saved my brother and me from being killed on those streets with nothing but a library card.

My mother knew what the problems were and she shielded me and my brother from them. I can tell you she wasn't worried about Socialist senators from tiny rural states. "BlackLivesmatter" could learn from her to focus on the real sources of our hopelessness.

This is where we should march:
Let’s head down to the board of education.

Teaching is a tough job and thank God there was a teacher who convinced me that I was not dumb, but our schools are failing and we have no power to abandon them. The actions of rogue police officers take black lives one at a time. Our public school system has destroyed black lives not in the ones and twos, but in whole generations.The schools don’t teach and our children don’t learn.

Too many public schools are controlled by teachers unions focused more on the convenience and compensation of adults rather than the education of children who started out far behind. Their failures don't kill as quickly, but they do kill as surely as a bullet.

Let’s confront the entertainment industry that lines its pockets by glamorizing a life where black men are thugs and our women are trash. Let’s tell them we plan to start talking with our wallets.

It is time for them to pick on someone else because we have had enough. Demeaning women is not art, and it shouldn’t be profitable. Neither is glorifying violence and equating prison time with authenticity. Straight Outta Compton, #1 in movie theaters, is just the latest example. You only have to watch the trailers.

Let’s go down to city hall. Living behind a door with three deadbolts is not living in freedom. Being too scared to walk around your block at night is not the pursuit of happiness we were all promised.

Let's go over to the crack house. We need to tear it down. Profiting from selling poison to our children and destroying lives must not be the ambition of our children. These monuments to our destruction deserve our active scorn not our silent acceptance.

We should go to Washington. For decades they have fought the "War on Poverty." Poverty won. We lost.

Over 19 trillion dollars has been wasted, but can anyone identify a single battle won as a result? We certainly have not helped the poor “lift themselves out of the ruts of poverty” as Lyndon Johnson promised — far from it. These programs have been a great American failure.
We should have a talk with the Democratic Party. Let's tell them, we don’t want to be clothed, fed and housed. We want honor and dignity.

We don't want a plan to give us public housing in nice neighborhoods. We want an end to excuses for schools that leave us without the means to buy our own houses where we choose to live. We want the skills needed to compete, not a consolation prize of Section 8, Food Stamps and a lifetime of government paperwork.

Finally, we need to go over to the Republican Party. We need to tell them they have ignored us for too long. They need to invite us in and listen to us. We need to communicate and find a different way.

There are many things to be angry about when you are consumed by hopelessness. Bernie Sanders isn’t one of them.




 

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  posted on 8/24/2015 at 10:49 PM
BY LEONARD PITTS JR.

This is a column about three words of moral cowardice:

“All lives matter.”

Those words have risen as a kind of counter to “Black lives matter,” the movement that coalesced in response to recent killings and woundings of unarmed African Americans by assailants — usually police officers — who often go unpunished. Mike Huckabee raised that counter-cry last week, telling CNN, “When I hear people scream ‘black lives matter,’ I’m thinking, of course, they do. But all lives matter. It’s not that any life matters more than another.”

As if that were not bad enough, the former Arkansas governor and would-be president upped the ante by adding that Martin Luther King would be “appalled by the notion that we’re elevating some lives above others.”

“Elevating some lives.” Lord, have mercy.

Imagine for a moment that you broke your left wrist. In excruciating pain, you rush to the emergency room for treatment only to run into a doctor who insists on examining not just your mangled left wrist, but your uninjured right wrist, rib cage, femur, fibula, sacrum, humerus, phalanges, the whole bag of bones that is you. You say, “Doc, it’s just my left wrist that hurts.” And she says, “Hey, all bones matter.”

If you understand why that remark would be factual, yet also, fatuous, silly, patronizing and off point, then you should understand why “All lives matter” is the same. It’s not about “elevating some lives” any more than it would be about elevating some bones. Rather, it’s about treating where it hurts.

And as for Dr. King: I cringe at his name being invoked by yet another conservative who has apparently never heard or read anything King said with the possible exception of the last few minutes of the I Have A Dream speech. No one with the slightest comprehension of what King fought for could seriously contend he would be “appalled” at a campaign geared to the suffering of African-American people.

Whose rights did the Montgomery bus boycott seek to vindicate? For whose freedom was King jailed in Birmingham, punched in Selma and stoned in Chicago?

In his book Why We Can’t Wait, King answered complaints that we shouldn’t be doing something special for “the Negro” by noting, “our society has been doing something special against the Negro for hundreds of years.” Does that sound like someone who’d be “appalled” by “Black lives matter?”

No, that cry would likely resonate for him for the same reason it resonates for so many others. Namely because, while police abuse is not unknown in other lives, it is disproportionate in black lives. This is what Huckabee and the “All lives matter” crowd quail at recognizing. To treat where it hurts, one must first acknowledge that it still hurts, something conservatives often find hard to do because it gives the lie to their self-congratulatory balloon juice about how this country has overcome its founding sin.

That sort of willful ignorance has, unfortunately, become ubiquitous.

Which is why, for me, at least, the most inspiring sight to come out of Charleston following the racial massacre there was not the lowering of the Confederate battle flag, welcome as that was. Rather, it was a march through town by a mostly white crowd chanting, “Black lives matter! Black lives matter!”

To see those white sisters and brothers adopt that cry was a soul-filling reminder that at least some of us still realize we all have access — connection — to each other’s pain and joy by simple virtue of the fact that we all are human.

God love them, they did not slink guiltily from that connection. Instead, they ran bravely to it.

And you know what, Mike Huckabee? Martin Luther King would have been pleased.

http://www.miamiherald.com/opinion/op-ed/article31827543.html

 

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  posted on 8/24/2015 at 11:06 PM
Three words of moral courage:

"Some lives matter?"

 

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BY LEONARD PITTS JR.

This is a column about three words of moral cowardice:

“All lives matter.”

Those words have risen as a kind of counter to “Black lives matter,” the movement that coalesced in response to recent killings and woundings of unarmed African Americans by assailants — usually police officers — who often go unpunished. Mike Huckabee raised that counter-cry last week, telling CNN, “When I hear people scream ‘black lives matter,’ I’m thinking, of course, they do. But all lives matter. It’s not that any life matters more than another.”

As if that were not bad enough, the former Arkansas governor and would-be president upped the ante by adding that Martin Luther King would be “appalled by the notion that we’re elevating some lives above others.”

“Elevating some lives.” Lord, have mercy.

Imagine for a moment that you broke your left wrist. In excruciating pain, you rush to the emergency room for treatment only to run into a doctor who insists on examining not just your mangled left wrist, but your uninjured right wrist, rib cage, femur, fibula, sacrum, humerus, phalanges, the whole bag of bones that is you. You say, “Doc, it’s just my left wrist that hurts.” And she says, “Hey, all bones matter.”

If you understand why that remark would be factual, yet also, fatuous, silly, patronizing and off point, then you should understand why “All lives matter” is the same. It’s not about “elevating some lives” any more than it would be about elevating some bones. Rather, it’s about treating where it hurts.

And as for Dr. King: I cringe at his name being invoked by yet another conservative who has apparently never heard or read anything King said with the possible exception of the last few minutes of the I Have A Dream speech. No one with the slightest comprehension of what King fought for could seriously contend he would be “appalled” at a campaign geared to the suffering of African-American people.

Whose rights did the Montgomery bus boycott seek to vindicate? For whose freedom was King jailed in Birmingham, punched in Selma and stoned in Chicago?

In his book Why We Can’t Wait, King answered complaints that we shouldn’t be doing something special for “the Negro” by noting, “our society has been doing something special against the Negro for hundreds of years.” Does that sound like someone who’d be “appalled” by “Black lives matter?”

No, that cry would likely resonate for him for the same reason it resonates for so many others. Namely because, while police abuse is not unknown in other lives, it is disproportionate in black lives. This is what Huckabee and the “All lives matter” crowd quail at recognizing. To treat where it hurts, one must first acknowledge that it still hurts, something conservatives often find hard to do because it gives the lie to their self-congratulatory balloon juice about how this country has overcome its founding sin.

That sort of willful ignorance has, unfortunately, become ubiquitous.

Which is why, for me, at least, the most inspiring sight to come out of Charleston following the racial massacre there was not the lowering of the Confederate battle flag, welcome as that was. Rather, it was a march through town by a mostly white crowd chanting, “Black lives matter! Black lives matter!”

To see those white sisters and brothers adopt that cry was a soul-filling reminder that at least some of us still realize we all have access — connection — to each other’s pain and joy by simple virtue of the fact that we all are human.

God love them, they did not slink guiltily from that connection. Instead, they ran bravely to it.

And you know what, Mike Huckabee? Martin Luther King would have been pleased.

http://www.miamiherald.com/opinion/op-ed/article31827543.html

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“recent killings and woundings of unarmed African Americans by assailants — usually police officers”

Right from the start the black activist Leonard Pitts Jr. lies.
Over 90% of black people are murdered by other black people.

And if Leonard Pitts Jr. wants to go political, why doesn’t he mention the fact that most of the blacks are killed in cities run by Democrats?

After 50 years of trillions of dollars in hand outs by the Democrats poverty is roughly the same and under Obama black unemployment continues to rise.

The clown is a perfect example of why so many black people continue to languish in ghettos and die by a gun in the hands of another black or the needle.

Political?
Okay. The Democrats have failed the black community.

Fortunately more and more black people like Ben Carson, Peggy Hubbard, Niger Innis, David Webb and Kevin Jackson are gaining influence.
Even though the left-wing media either tries to destroy them or simply never reports the hopelessness so many blacks experience, the light is beginning to shine on the root causes.
When is the last time you saw a newspaper article or a piece on the evening news about the epidemic of black violence?

The “Black Live Matter” hash-tag evolved after “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” rant was proven to be a lie.

If “Black Live Matter” why aren’t the Black Lives Matter militants in the ghettos where almost all of the black murders occur?

Martin Luther King Jr. would be appalled by the conduct of the black radicals and even more sickened by the Pitts types.

All Lives Matter.



 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 11:12 AM
Point taken. Still, we have to wonder what the underlying motive is here. Smells like Whippin Post bait to me. Wolves howling in the distance, afraid to come in for the kill.

Enough with the little hints, either come out and say exactly what you think or just leave the subject alone. Am getting sick of people trying to leave just enough clues around so that the rest of us will get "the big picture". Like posting black on black criticism to support white racism.

Every thread about racial injustice is loaded with these pellets of poison.

 

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Point taken. Still, we have to wonder what the underlying motive is here. Smells like Whippin Post bait to me. Wolves howling in the distance, afraid to come in for the kill.

Enough with the little hints, either come out and say exactly what you think or just leave the subject alone. Am getting sick of people trying to leave just enough clues around so that the rest of us will get "the big picture". Like posting black on black criticism to support white racism.

Every thread about racial injustice is loaded with these pellets of poison.

Even though we disagree on most things politics, I have no reason to believe alloak is racist. But muleman, on the other hand, has showed us his racist stripes here on more than one occasion. On this issue, I think both of them, along with others, are getting too caught up in the political rhetoric and the reaction of some as a way to deflect attention from the real, underlying issues that are driving the reactions, in effect dismissing isues of race as race-baiting as if the issues are not real. Carson touches on some of these underlying issues in his column, but instead of suggesting how to address them, he mentions them in the context of an attack on those who are reacting to decades of institutional and societal racism as if their anger is something to be scoffed at, while like a true politician he point the finger of blame at his political foes which is anything but helpful.

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 11:56 AM
How is the black on black violence anything but a black problem?
(with a big assist by the Democrats)

Why won’t the left admit their policies and programs failed the black community?

Over 90% of black people are murdered by other black people but that fact is ignored by the Black Lives Matter militants and the liberal media.

Where is the outrage?
Peggy Hubbard gets it right. Why can’t the left see it?


 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 12:18 PM

Buckle up kids, it's time to ride with Captain Ty-D-Bowl down yet another racist toilet flush thread!

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 12:34 PM
Yup.
Just like when the people that disagreed with Obama’s policies the far left zealots called them racists.

Now, if someone agrees with the black people standing up and telling the truth the far left zealots called them racists.

The hypocrisy of the left is constant and continues while the bodies of dead black people pile up.

Why take responsibility for your failures when you can take the easy way out and blame someone else?


 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 01:12 PM
So all these threads talking about blacks killing each other and how the Republicans will do a better job with race issues aren't just racism lurking like an alligator in murky swamp water?

Let's get it out in the open, step right up folks and answer yes or no: Are you a racist?

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 01:19 PM
Black Lives Matter has replaced OWS as the winner of the Misplaced Anger Award.
 

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How is the black on black violence anything but a black problem?
(with a big assist by the Democrats)

Why won’t the left admit their policies and programs failed the black community?

Over 90% of black people are murdered by other black people but that fact is ignored by the Black Lives Matter militants and the liberal media.

Where is the outrage?
Peggy Hubbard gets it right. Why can’t the left see it?




Thank you for making my point for me.

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 01:43 PM
All lives do matter. Obviously, some matter more than others.

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 02:18 PM
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All lives do matter. Obviously, some matter more than others.

Exactly. As Charles Blow says, "All Lives Matter may be one’s personal position, but until this country values all lives equally, it is both reasonable and indeed necessary to specify the lives it seems to value less." God, I hate when I agree with Bhawk.

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 03:16 PM
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So all these threads talking about blacks killing each other and how the Republicans will do a better job with race issues aren't just racism lurking like an alligator in murky swamp water?

Let's get it out in the open, step right up folks and answer yes or no: Are you a racist?

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Well, two black people, Peggy Hubbard and Ben Carson are calling out black people to take responsibility for their own killing of black people.

Then the far-left ideologues call them racists.

The term has lost its true meaning to political correctness.



 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 03:27 PM
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two black people, Peggy Hubbard and Ben Carson are calling out black people to take responsibility for their own killing of black people


Ok, fine. The difference is that they actually give a d*mn about black people, and their views aren't a reason to justify white racism.

It is sad that we even have to see a catchphrase like "Black Lives Matter" these days. Still, you can learn a lot about someone's views by how they interpret this.

Some folks immediately see it as "Black Lives Matter More Than"
Others see it as "Black Lives Matter As Much As"





[Edited on 8/25/2015 by BrerRabbit]

 

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two black people, Peggy Hubbard and Ben Carson are calling out black people to take responsibility for their own killing of black people


Ok, fine. The difference is that they actually give a d*mn about black people, and their views aren't a reason to justify white racism.

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White racism is the chant of the liberals when they can't justify their perpetuating black poverty and their refusal to admit their culpability in black violence.


 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 03:59 PM
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two black people, Peggy Hubbard and Ben Carson are calling out black people to take responsibility for their own killing of black people


Ok, fine. The difference is that they actually give a d*mn about black people, and their views aren't a reason to justify white racism.

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White racism is the chant of the liberals when they can't justify their perpetuating black poverty and their refusal to admit their culpability in black violence.




You are so full of tea bagging clownservative sh!t.

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 03:59 PM
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Well, two black people, Peggy Hubbard and Ben Carson are calling out black people to take responsibility for their own killing of black people.

I just re-read Carson's article and fail to see where he is "calling out black people" for anything. I see him calling out some of the societal institutions where institutional racism tends to be ingrained, but no where is he "calling out black people to take responsibility for their own killing of black people."

The only racism in this thread is coming from you, and you have you head too far up you own a** to realize it.

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 04:01 PM
Wott great timing.

Of course muleturd will be all butthurt about the source.

I doubt faux newz will bother to say a word about this endorsement.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/08/25/1415405/-Former-KKK-grand-wizard-D avid-Duke-Trump-understands-the-real-sentiment-of-America?detail=facebook


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And Donald Trump continues to rack up the endorsements.

David Duke, a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and self-described “racial realist,” says Donald Trump is the best Republican candidate for president because he “understands the real sentiment of America.”

There sure seems to be a theme going on here.



[Edited on 8/25/2015 by PhotoRon286]

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 04:51 PM
Yep. Down the rabbit hole... Curiouser and curiouser...

First you go on about blacks killing blacks, so it is all black peoples' fault, then it is white liberals' fault. So, doing the math here, black violence is all the fault of black people and the white liberals. Therefore, you are saying that the white conservative is the black man's best friend in this world.

So, since the white conservative is the savior of the African American, what are your suggestions for helping out your black brethren, since you as a white conservative obviously care so deeply you must have some ideas on this.

After all you are the Great White Hope, since blacks and white liberals have blown it.

Just list a few points, spare us the defensive standard responses, we all know you aren't a racist and that racism doesn't mean anything anyway. Just list a few things that the white conservative would do to make good on his abiding love and respect for the black man. A modest request, we are all ears, we are ashamed at how our liberal folly has ruined the lives of African Americans, please enlighten us.

 

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So, since the white conservative is the savior of the African American, what are your suggestions for helping out your black brethren, since you as a white conservative obviously care so deeply you must have some ideas on this.



There is no savior. The only savior to count on is the one that looks back at you in the mirror. Do the same things that other skin colors do to give themselves the best opportunity for success.

1. Stay in school. Apply yourself. Study and make good grades.

2. Don't hang around with criminals.

3. Learn to speak the language properly.

4. Wear clothes that fit properly.

5. Don't walk around with a bad attitude.

 

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  posted on 8/25/2015 at 07:30 PM
I'm good with that, other than saying your points are...

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the same things that other skin colors do to give themselves the best opportunity for success.


Plenty of white people, if not the majority don't follow those points. They can't read, they can't spell, and far from wanting to learn anything they make fun of intellectuals, can't speak English properly, hang around with criminals, drop out of school, and have bad attitudes and let their buttcracks show. So while I agree with your assessment, I can't go along with it being specific to African Americans. White people are probably at their most uneducated and ignorant level since the Dark Ages right now. It is unbelievable.

But I like your point of the savior being you. Very cool. Nails it, I think. And it is good the way it dodges the whole bogus left vs. right distraction, which is a pile of cr*p for us to buzz around like flies while the corporate elite laughs all the way to the bank.

 
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