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Tuesday, July 13, 2004
"Uncle Tom" catcalls start up again.

Queasy Mfume decided to take time to bash black conservatives today.

Awl.  Isn't it nice that he took the time to think about us for a change?

All quips aside, Mfume is no different than Michael Moore, Ted Rall, and the rest of the cesspool of leftist demagogues.  This fool has a nerve to talk about someone being a puppet.  The NAACP has been puppets for the Democratic Party for decades.  They talk about legacies of slavery, well they need to start looking back into the legacy of the Democratic Party.

Mfume killed two birds with one stone today.  The first was to warn Cosby about his attitude, which the Washington Post duilfully noted.  The second was to stem the tide of blacks that are taking off the shackles of the Democratic Plantation.  It won't work.

Lowlifes like Mfume and others that take potshots against black conservatives are the reason why Rall and Greg Palast can run around making bigoted comments towards Powell, Rice, Thomas, and any other black conservative.  I personally am sick and tired of these fascists trying to ostracize and intimidate independent thinkers within the black community.

Posted at 05:20 pm by Expertise
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Some Cosby notes...

Here is a great column by Jeff Dickerson for the Atlanta Business Chronicle from a month ago.  I stumbled upon it while conducting some searches for debates on a discussion board.

Dickerson is right on the money in his assessments.  As I said before, what Cosby has said is no different from what others, black and white, have said in the past.  And his timing is quite off considering the social and economic prosperity of black people in America is getting better, not worse.

Also, prepare for Cosby Part III tonight.  I'm surprised they would give him another mic to rant on, but then again maybe they're trying to call his bluff.  I wouldn't be surprised to hear some well-orchestrated boos coming from the galley.  Nevertheless, the press hounds will be there with their cameras clicking and their recorders running.  We'll see what happens.

Posted at 11:12 am by Expertise
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Edwards and Kerry are getting served.

Ugh.  I hate that movie, but it's very appropriate when you see this article.

According to USA Today, Bush and Cheney leads Kerry and Edwards by 15 points....IN NORTH CAROLINA.

I think that crushes Kerry's hopes of picking up even one Southern state, which was what John Edwards was expected to do.  It goes to show that polls taken among Democrats is definitely not a relative sample of the rest of the country.

It also shows John Edwards as a failed U.S. Senator for North Carolina.  As most pundits have said, the man would have probably lost his reelection bid had he taken it, unless Richard Burr and the Republicans are just hopeless (and considering these Republican spats, this isn't farfetched). 

But Edwards pulled a good one on the Democrats.  He made them think he was a viable running mate on nothing but good looks and good bullshit.  And now the Democrats will suffer because of it.  As you probably know by now, there was no bounce, and Kerry is actually still behind on a number of polls.

The Democrats are getting what they deserve.

Posted at 10:55 am by Expertise
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Friday, July 09, 2004
....but there's no leftist media bias.

So I check out Yahoo, and on their front page they posted an article of their poll results.

"The poll found Bush slightly leading Kerry 49 percent to 45 percent with independent candidate Ralph Nader at 3 percent. The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points. 

"The Bush-Kerry matchup was tied a month ago. Nader has slipped slightly since May, when he had 7 percent."

But the name of this article?  KERRY SOLIDIFIES BASE.

You see, Bush gaining a 4 point lead in the wake of Kerry announcing his running mate for VP AND both candidates being tied in last month's poll isn't significant enough to lead off the article with.  However, Ralph Nader actually losing ground to Kerry is.

But...there's no leftist bias.  Right.

Posted at 06:57 am by Expertise
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Thursday, July 08, 2004
Ted Rall's bigoted cartoon.

This is simply par for the course.

Have you heard of Ted Rall?  Well, this is the same jerk who stated that "Ronald Reagan is turning crispy brown right now" and also derided late NFL-player-turned-fallen-soldier Pat Tillman as ignorant.

Well he's on the warpath again, and this time he shows he's nothing but a lowlife piece of scum.

In this cartoon he jumps on the Bush Administration - again -, talking about what should be done once they have "given us back our soverignty".

Well, he had an interesting punishment for Condoleeza Rice.  He has Rice in an "inner-city racial reeducation camp" being forced to say "I was Bush's beard!  His house nigga!  His -".

Yeah.  A white leftist cartoonist...depicting the black U.S. National Security Advisor in a reeducation camp admitting to be a "house nigga'.

Oh, it gets better.  After she states this, a black man tells her she has to give up her "hair straightener", and is wearing a t-shirt saying "You're not white, stupid".

You're just going to have to excuse my language, but what a fucking prick.

This isn't the first concept of bigotry white leftists have displayed towards minority conservatives.  In fact, Greg Palast was featured on Dennis Miller's CNBC show just after the Abu Gharib story broke out, and he stated there will be more outrage once the pictures showing George Bush with a leash around Colin Powell's neck comes out.  Digusting.

You see, it's okay for minority conservatives, particularly black ones, to be the brunt of racist jokes and bigotry.  They aren't really "black" anyway, and no "real" black public figures will say anything about it.  And during this whole Bush term, it's been getting worse and worse, especially in the last year or so in regards to Iraq.

And this is because not only has minority leftists allowed these statements to slide, but they encourage them and participate in these characterizations themselves.  Clarence Thomas has been called everything but a son of God.  Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Larry Elder, John McWhorter, etc. are derided the same way, and all of them by other black people.  So white leftists say the same things, thinking they can get away with that tripe.

And they will.  According to Michelle Malkin, Rall is featured on over 140 papers with Universal Syndicate, including the Washington Post,   Oh sure; they probably won't publish this comic today.  But you won't see Ted Rall get what other comic strip writers would get if they did this to a black leftist public figure:  Fired and losing their syndicate.

We'll see if anyone in the media bites on this story other than Drudge.  But I wouldn't count on it.

Posted at 05:33 am by Expertise
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Iraq strikes back.

Well it's about damn time someone stepped up in Iraq and said they won't put up with Al-Zarqawi's garbage anymore.

Although I don't necessarily like the vigilantism in this threat, at the very least it shows that the people of Iraq are growing weary of being subject to suicide bombing, car and roadside bombings, and kidnappings by Abu Al-Zarqawi, and they want to do something about it.  Al-Zarqawi generally kills no more than a few soliders with his attacks while dozens of Iraqis are killed or wounded. 

Has anyone realized that Al-Zarqawi isn't even Iraqi?  He's Jordanian, and Jordan wants his head over there as well for several incidents, including that bombing plot that was foiled a few months ago.  He moved to Iraq after September 11th, and is a key ally to Al-Qaeda.  But of course, that's only "alleged" (as the author of the first link states in the article.  what a bunch of garbage.)

Also, something else that surfaced, but I never saw reported by anyone but the Drudge Report, is the fact that U.S. officials found hundreds of tons of radioactive material in Iraq last month and was partially shipped out of the country.  Now, why hasn't this been reported on more than it has?  According to the New York Times, this stuff could be used for dirty bombs that would kill thousands, and the plant it was found in was looted during the invasion.  Instead, most media outlets were reporting on a statement made by the 9/11 commission claiming they've seen everything Dick Cheney has seen in regards to an Iraq/Al-Qaeda link, in which both the press and the commission is looking dumber and more partisan as time goes on.

People that are determined to bring stability to Iraq are having to fight this front on two sides; one by the terrorists in Iraq, and the leftist political machine that consists of the Democrats and the media.  It is absolutely crucial to the future of the global landscape as well as the future of this country that conservatives stay diligent and see this through.

Posted at 03:11 am by Expertise
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Wednesday, July 07, 2004
My thoughts about John Edwards.

Aiight, I'm off of my short blog vacation, so let's get back to work:

Well,  it looks as if Lurch decided on John Edwards (audio), the ambulance chaser from Raleigh (actually he now resides in D.C.)  turned one-term U.S. Senator. 

You got to give it to Kerry; he milked this VP hype for all it was worth, and it might give him a slight lead in the polls.  But let's be realistic about the reasons why John Kerry picked Edwards to be his running mate:

- Edwards is young.

- Edwards is good-looking (supposedly).

- Democrats wanted Edwards...because he is young and good-looking.

Now pay attention to that last point.  Kerry didn't want Edwards.  Hell; Kerry was trying to expose Edwards' youth and inexperience, and was annoyed that Edwards stayed alive in the primaries as long as he did.  Now, I'm sure some of those feelings have cooled, but I guarantee you if Kerry had a chance to get Hillary, McCain, or possibly Richardson, he would have (and as for Richardson, he probably didn't try hard enough).

The only thing in Edwards's political cap is the fact that he won the Senate in 1998.  That's it, that's all.  In the 5 years he's been in Washington, he has not passed any kind of legislation he has sponsored.  He's spent more time running for president than he has representing the people of North Carolina.  He KNEW he had no choice once it was time for him to file for reelection for the Senate, because he would have had an uphill battle to be reelected.  His favorable ratings were at the lowest since he took office, and polls showed as late as January that if the election were held, Bush would defeat him in North Carolina by double digits.

Now the two pluses he'll be able to bring to Lurch's campaign? 

1.  Edwards will make Kerry look more energetic and less boring. 

2.  Edwards vs. Cheney will be one helluva debate.  That nice, sitdown Cheney and Lieberman had in 2000?  Throw that out the window.  Expect Gore vs. Quayle from 92.

Speaking of Quayle, this will be a good time to check out Brent Bozell and The Media Research Center to see how the mainstream media portrays Edwards.  Dan Quayle was depicted as young and dumb by the media and the armchair quarterbacks.  Edwards is younger than Quayle and has less experience than Quayle did. 

Will they depict Edwards the same way? 

Yeah right.  Good luck with that one.

But don't worry.  Bush and Cheney were ready for this, and within an hour they had posted on their website a comprehensive critique on John Edwards.  I dont necessarily like playing the experience factor, although that should be a point in a selection of a running mate from the two parties, but all in all it is a very good piece.  In fact, Bush will be in Raleigh today, to meet with judicial nominees for the 4th Federal Circuit, and then to attend a fundraiser.  Hey, want some dinner?  It'll cost you $25,000.  So today should be a good day for soundbites from Bush in response to Lurch picking Edwards.

So, keep your ears open today.  It should be interesting.

Posted at 08:37 am by Expertise
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Friday, July 02, 2004
Cosby's cutting up again.

Okay...what's the deal with Cosby?

I really don't know what to think about this.  This is the second time in, say, about a month that Cosby has used public venues to display anger towards blacks.

Is this Cosby's new gimmick?  To live his life as Hilton Lucas, his character on his CBS version of "Cosby"?  Just staying angry and grumpy all the time?  That's what it seems like.

That's not saying his rants don't have merit.  They do.  There is significant problems within the black community in regards to anti-achievement and anti-intellectualism.  But Cosby just points fingers - you, you, and you - and saying they are the reason why black people can't advance and why there are so many problems.

Sorry, but it's much more complicated than that.  As John McWhorter stated in Losing the Race, these problems aren't just isolated within a certain demographic of the black community.  It's widespread, and it encompasses rich and poor, urban and rural. 

And another thing that really irks me about these rants of Cosby is how the age factor comes into play.  According to Cosby. the civil rights leaders are the messiahs of the black community, but the young masses aren't willing to follow in their footsteps and build upon what they've created. 

Sorry, but that shit doesn't work for me.  These problems didn't just start in this generation.  It started in the same generation that Cosby claims did all of this for black people.  While the civil rights movement focused on political issues, the fact remains that self-sufficiency and aspiration went neglected, at least to the point where everything focused back on community.

Their policies and ideals snowballed into what we see today.  Rap music/hip hop didn't just start in the 90's.  Neither did gangs and high crime.  Members of the black community kept their mouths shut about these things in the 60's, and felt it was more important to confront the government rather than address these issues and confront the ones behind them locally.  Well, you should have done a little of both, and not be afraid to "air dirty laundry" just because of what white people might think.  The simple fact remains that black leaders have been more worried about style, rather than substance.  And the bad part is, people were no more fooled about what's going on in the 60's than they are in the new century. 

Cosby and others must be aware of the roots of degeneration of morals and degradation within the black community.  It didn't start during slavery.  It didn't start 10 years ago.  It started with the emphasis of political activism and the subsequent neglect of individual responsibility and values.  Only when we correctly surmise the roots of the problem can we actually start fixing it.

Posted at 04:12 am by Expertise
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Thursday, July 01, 2004
I'll believe it when I see it.

Sorry...I aint with you this time, Drudge.

Not to say it can't happen.  But I don't see that woman being second banana to anyone.  Period.  She wants all the power and prestige.  And the fact is that he's running a very weak campaign.  Any other president that received the media attack that Bush has gotten would be dead in the water.  Instead, he's running neck and neck, and a building economy and the Iraq handover is NOT good news for the Democrats.

But then again, maybe she realizes that her little run in New York is about to be over.  Whether it's against Pataki or Guiliani in 2006, it's going to be a dogfight for her to be reelected, and she can't afford to lose that race.  If she is able to put Kerry over the top, then she would get accolades for becoming the first woman vice-president.  But, if she loses, least she still has her job, and she and her lackeys can blame Kerry for being inept.

One good thing about this?  Bush and Cheney would not play games like Rick Lazio did.  Lazio let her and the NY media intimidate him after that first debate.  That won't work for Dick Cheney, especially with his "silent aggression" technique where he dismantles opponents with a soft voice.  And we possibly get to hear about those Rose Law Firm Billing Records, along with Pardongate, that Hillary slimed her way out of. 

Bush and Cheney need to realize they are at dire straits right now.  The Democrats smell blood, and they are starting to bring out the heavy weapons.  The media has been wacking down Bush's popularity ratings, and they aren't going to let go of the onslaught anytime soon.  Moore's propagandist fictional movie is out, and it made $21 million over the weekend.  More than likely that DNC convention will allow Kerry to help take a solid lead in the polls.  This is not the time to try to be the better man.  It's time to be the winning man, and the only way you're going to do that is to let the people know who Kerry and the Democrats really are.

"The Coalition of the Wild-Eyed" was cute, but you're going to have to do better.  As much as you probably still cringe at the 92 Convention, you're going to have to rely on some of that rhetoric in order to win this election.  Stop holding back and get it done.

Posted at 01:06 am by Expertise
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Sorry folks, but while ole girl shouldn't be cursed out for it, I really don't see why Fox got her to speak about Tupac.  It would be quite interesting if I saw the segment, but I doubt if Malkin is a hip hop fanatic and has extensive knowledge on the issue.  I could be wrong, of course.

But hey; I guess they couldn't find any black people at the last minute. *shrugs*

Posted at 12:33 am by Expertise
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