Tagged With "Democrat"

Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

Kocolicious ·
He wants a race war so bad he can't see straight! He want to go back to the days of the Swedish Viking/Pirates and the stronghold Norway, Denmark and Holland had on the African Slave Trade. He wants to go back to that day.....when being evil Neanderthals stalking/preying/spreading disease on the sea/ocean/rivers were the height of their deadlypower. That's what he wants. But!
Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

sunnubian ·
He's not the only one. Racist White people in America are literally sitting around waiting on the "go ahead" for the " Race War" they are planning . Unfortunately, it is only Black people who are not getting " the memo" , even though it is being shoved in their faces and/or down their throats every day. African Americans better WTFU! and get the hell off 'D'Nile' about what is really being setup in this country. Harrassing and mistreating Latino asylum seekers is only a front to disguise...
Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

Kocolicious ·
Yup you are sooooo right sista Sunnubian. Folks act like they are "brain" dead. Even the kids. In school, they are so busy on their cellphones-not listening. So irritating. And the grown folks? Sad. But! Dude can get in front of you and "try" to boss you around when he's too wrong. And when you call him out on it...wanna get loud...trying to intimidate. Hey! Do that to the po po...not me. I'm a woman. But the minute a shoe that may look like it belong to a policeman appear....dude scatter...
Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

Norland ·
You know what?? If we turn into the Gorillas they think we are, they'll leave us the fuck alone. Turn those guns their way, aim, shoot and hit them in their body parts like they do us. None of them have the strength black men have; our brain wiring is royally fucked. Who'd they have, Arnold Swartzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. Arnold has more titties than I have at the moment and Sylvester's face is dragging the ground. Get those viral men OUT OF THE GHETTO and take a few visits to the...
Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

Kocolicious ·
Now someone in his office is telling EVERYTHING. And he's mad. But he did the same thang in regards to not wanting to tell what/who the sources were. Talk about executive privilege. Now the shoe's on the other foot. He doesn't like it one bit. But I can tell he's gon fall within the office not outside it. Its acoming!@ But!
Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

Norland ·
I'll bet you there's more than "someone" blabbing shit. White folks tell all their business. You can go into your bathroom at school and on the job and there will be some white girl(s) more than willing to tell you who she/they fucked last night, how long and what he/she looked like. Omarosa's not the only one talking about this Orange Marmalade Dumbbell. More than likely, the entire administration, Congress, the FBI, CIA, Pence and all the rest have jaws flappin' aplenty!!!!! Someone knows...
Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

RadioRaheem ·
Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress
Reply

Re: Trump Warns of “Violence” If Democrats Win Control of Congress

Kocolicious ·
Great post my brotha! And that's exactly how white folks think. Watched Dr.Phil on Thrusday about racism and a white woman had the nerve to say that Blacks are given everything without acknowledging the 350 year head start whites have had in this country. Not to mention the 100 plus years of Jim Crow that deliberately prevented Black people from social and economic progress. Oh no, we can't mention that cuz that's not part of white history..oh but it is. Look back at the end of slavery and...
Reply

Re: The top 10 most racist remarks of 2011

Cholly ·
Add one more: Brent Bozell, the president of the Media Research Center, appeared on Fox News and said the President of the United States "looked like a skinny ghetto crackhead." Bozell was talking with Mark Steyn -- filling in for Sean Hannity -- about MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, who said in March that GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich looks like a car bomber. After Steyn joked that Gingrich just looked like a "big, ugly, slightly older Winnie the Pooh," Bozell wondered how long Hannity’s...
Reply

Re: The top 10 most racist remarks of 2011

Huey ·
You know what? My dad hated Jimmie Walker's character J.J. on "Good Times" because he was buffoonish as hell on the show. And seeing him in that photo with Ann "The Tran" Coulter (and her huge adam's apple), makes me realize that, my dad was right! He was ahead of his time.
Reply

Re: The top 10 most racist remarks of 2011

sunnubian ·
Yeah Huey, and what is wrong with is face, his skin?
Reply

Re: The top 10 most racist remarks of 2011

Huey ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Yeah Huey, and what is wrong with is face, his skin? I would say the blotches on his skin is from years of trying to wipe the "blackface" minstrel makeup off his face, for acting like a ghetto Stepin Fetchit, but I digress.
Reply

Re: The top 10 most racist remarks of 2011

Cholly ·
Ann Coulter and Jimmie Walker at the 5th Annual TV Land Awards on April 14, 2007, in Santa Monica, California . EUR Exclusive: Jimmie Walker on Relationship with Ann Coulter. *In a recent interview, Jimmie Walker went on and on…and on about the love he has for his best friend Ann Coulter. Let’s take a moment to let that marinate. “Ann is Ann,” the “Good Times” star told EUR’s Lee Bailey. “She’s a great woman, I have nothing but good things to say about her.” Using words like “adorable” and...
Reply

Re: The top 10 most racist remarks of 2011

EbonyRose ·
I think .... yep, I'm pretty sure ..... that's just gonna make me puke!!!
Reply

Re: Best Quote About Democrats V. Republicans

Xumbrarchist ·
They are both stupidly nuts. Xum
Reply

Re: Melissa Harris-Perry

Yemaya ·
I don't see anybody talking crap now. . . Yeah what I thought, silence.
Reply

Re: Melissa Harris-Perry

MaynardJ ·
The obsession with so called "light-skinned" black people is the problem of liberals. Fox News doesn't seem to have that problem. Look at the black people who appear on Fox. Fox News doesn't have a problem with so called "dark-skinned" blacks being experts in their fields such as law, police investigations, health care, etc. They don't have a problem with so called "dark-skinned" blacks being shown as business owners and members of upper management. Fox News doesn't mind having them on as...
Reply

Re: Melissa Harris-Perry

NSpirit ·
" Also, my gripe with Melissa is the same I’d have with any black person who allows herself to be propped up by the Democrats to do their dirty work against Cornel West as he spoke on behalf of black, brown and poor people. Harris never proved that Dr. West was wrong – she only sought to discredit him and dismantle his voice. In that regard, she was no different from a slave using the master’s gun to kill the leader of the negro rebellion." I agree with this segment of Watkins' assessment.
Reply

Re: Melissa Harris-Perry

sunnubian ·
I'm pretty sure that these "five reasons" are excerpts from shows or articles where a specific topic was being discussed. Side Note: White people talking about light-skin/dark-skin is like men talking about labor pains.
Reply

Re: When you control the media, you can tell any lie you want:

Norland ·
The ONLY thing that keeps President Obama's approval ratings low is his AFRICAN FATHER. That side of him that "rules" goes against the European grain. If he was in a cotton field picking cotton, they'd all be happier than pigs in shit.
Reply

Re: When you control the media, you can tell any lie you want:

anotha ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: As Obama’s Approval Falls, Majority of Voters Want GOP in Charge of Congress April 29, 2014 | Posted by Nick Chiles The midterm elections are still six months away, but President Obama’s approval numbers have dipped to a new low, raising fears among Democrats that he could pull down the party in November and possibly even help Republicans take control of the Senate, in addition to the House. In the new ABC News/Washington Post poll, in addition to Obama’s...
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

James Wesley Chester ·
Professor Walters certainly has 'been there, done that'. It is clear the 'divide' begins even at the very early point of what the name of any organization addressing the issues of African Americans, should be. I don't believe a political party for this purpose is viable. Too many, and too diverse a selection of, issues. A PAC would allow the organizers to specify the focus of the organization. I say that because the organizers are likely to be the ones who bring the 'seed money'. Those who...
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

sunnubian ·
I agree James. The Right and the Media would have a field day with it being called The Black Party in the first place. It would be mischaracterized by the right in the media and the media would be more than happy to get the ratings they would receive by airing the misinformation. I think that a Peoples party would be more in order considering that it was they people of America that elected President Obama, it was people of all races, all incomes, all walks of life here in American that...
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

EbonyRose ·
There was something I didn't like (or maybe couldn't agree with ) about this article ... but I just can't place my finger on exactly what that is ....
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

James Wesley Chester ·
I think that a Peoples party would be more in order considering that it was they people of America that elected President Obama, it was people of all races, all incomes, all walks of life here in American that elected our president, so it should be those same people to come out in support of President Obama and in opposition to racist America trying to camouflauge itself under to guise of ' tea party.---sunnubian I hear you, but.... I think the focus of the organization should be clearly on...
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

EbonyRose ·
Okay ... I re-read this article - again - because y'all seem to understand what he is talking about. And me ... I seem to continue to end up mired in confusion about his intent. I can't figure out if what he's talking about would be best served by a PAC, a political party, or some sort of (non-political) Black-focused committee/council/think tank/organization of 'leaders' or "Talented 10th"-type people (for lack of a better description at the moment). These are three entirely different...
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

James Wesley Chester ·
Together is, indeed, good. What we call things we associate ourselves with always results in a confusion. I think...I think...it is in the naming process...,and our personal and collective confusion with naming...ourselves. Hopefully sooner, rather than later, we will figure it out. PEACE Jim Chester
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

EbonyRose ·
Mr. Walters was part of the panel that convened at Tavis' recent forum on "the Black Agenda" that aired on C-SPAN last night. He discussed in greater detail his ideas on a "Black Party" and at the end, essentially said that the 'naming' of such a group was not nearly as important as what the 'mission' of it should be. After his explanation, I understood his perspective .. and couldn't have agreed with him more. Unfortunately, it still seemed like he was talking about what would be a...
Reply

Re: Why Not a Black Party?

James Wesley Chester ·
PAC, a political party and a grassroots organization...'---EbonyRose I am willing to join a PAC...today. I am willing to join a Political Party...today. I am willing to join a 'grass-roots organization'...today. But... Only if the organization is dedicated...first...to the issues of African American PEACE Jim Chester
Reply

Re: The President's Democratic Convention Speech

Kocolicious ·
Very intelligent speech. No, folks weren't jumping up and down at every word....but! He designed the speech to speak directly to the voters...which I found very brilliant. Cuz a lotta times speeches talked down to audience as if the speaker is doing the audience a favor. My president brought every one into his fold like teammates working on solving a solution. His speech was realistic as well. No fuzzy promises. No out of the reach propaganda. He spoke the language of all Americans. He said...
Reply

Re: The President's Democratic Convention Speech

EbonyRose ·
Well .... originally, I came in on the end of the President's speech ... about the last 15 minutes or so ... and wasn't all that impressed with what I was hearing!! I really wasn't sure who he was talking to ... whether he was 'singing to the choir' ... or talking to 'somebody else' who wasn't in the room!! Maybe trying to entice Independents or Republicans that might be watching to vote for him. But .... after I watched the recording of it from start to finish ... I rated the speech much...
Reply

Re: The President's Democratic Convention Speech

Kocolicious ·
I'm witcha on most of what you say my sista...except that I think it's black people's fault that we are NOT in it together like we used to be in my day when the government was the ENEMY or the establishment was the enemy and they MADE it known America didn't give a sweet damn about blackfolks. But! We gave a damn. Protect our community as much as we could; raise our children the best way in our limited ability and try to teach 'em as much as we knew how. But today? Our disunity is our fault.
Reply

Re: The President's Democratic Convention Speech

EbonyRose ·
Okay!!! I definitely hear ya talkin', Ms. Koco!! Loud and clear!! But, I think that maybe we are talking about two slightly different points here!! And correct me if I'm wrong about that!! As to your first point .... the "we" I'm talking about in "we're all in this together" is not the "we" as in us Blackfolks ... but the "we" as in ALL Americans!! As Black people ... I definitely agree that WE are "all in this together"!! And couldn't agree more that we damn sure don't act like it ...
Reply

Re: The President's Democratic Convention Speech

Kocolicious ·
I got it! I totally misinterpreted you meant and probably what my presidet said in terms of theword :we:. Oooops. No more coffee for me As far as the sense of belonging, I never ever felt that as an American. I always felt I was an outsider on so many levels in the political place as a so-called minority. Like they i.e. "politicians" were talking at me instead of to me as being part of the American platform. It has always been "us" against "them" sort to speak-black and white. So...from a...
Reply

Re: The President's Democratic Convention Speech

Kocolicious ·
I hate this computer...here are the corrections: I totally misinterpreted what you meant and probably what my president said in terms of the word "we". Oooops. No more coffee for me!
Reply

Re: What’s the matter with white people?

Xumbrarchist ·
When are people going to figure out that HARD WORK is nearly obsolete? A lot of so called hard work is artificially created. There were things at IBM that I found difficult to understand. I was doing a lot of reading that wasn't explaining anything. Years of stumbling around to find an explanation of von Neumann machines and it's simple. We are propagating 19th century ideas about economics designed to maintain control of the White lower classes when the technology has made that thinking...
Reply

Re: What’s the matter with white people?

Kocolicious ·
Good analogy my brotha!
Reply

Re: Why Nobody Cares About Congo

Muhammad Cipher ·
There are two statements that make me wonder about this. The first I don't disagree with, the second (in light of the first) makes me wonder about good intentions and genuine concern being used. A commonality I've found among those who seriously discuss those issue continent wide are concerns (and outright distrust of most) of what's called R2P. The question raised is does R2P mean, Responsibility to Protect or Right to Punish? Whenever there's a call for U.S. (read formal colonial powers)...
Reply

Re: Why Nobody Cares About Congo

sunnubian ·
"Thus, there's' talks of a 'recolonization' of Africa............and it ain't by the Chinese ." ************************************************************** Can you elaborate on this?
Reply

Re: Why Nobody Cares About Congo

Muhammad Cipher ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: "Thus, there's' talks of a 'recolonization' of Africa............and it ain't by the Chinese ." ************************************************************** Can you elaborate on this? Give me a few days to revisit this. I'll try and dig up some articles/lectures on this issue. Every now and again, the subject comes up in a much more clear fashion, (ie the invasion of Libya and then Secretary of State Clinton's "warning" while in Africa about Chinese...
Reply

Re: Why Nobody Cares About Congo

Yemaya ·
Let's face the facts, white people by and large don't care about the Congo. Speak for them, don't speak for me.
Reply

Re: Democratic Monopoly on Black Voters May Be Evaporating, As Seismic Political Shift Is Predicted

Norland ·
500 years of all this hatred bullshit has to eventually take a toll on someone or another. If none of us vote, there WILL be a YT in the Whites' House, and we'll still be beggin' and pleadin' like we've always been beggin' and pleadin' and the ignorin' will continue. The bullets will continue to fly. Someone could make a mint making bullet-proof clothing from head to toe for Africans in America. Only requirement: Make 'em stylish.
Reply

Re: Democratic Monopoly on Black Voters May Be Evaporating, As Seismic Political Shift Is Predicted

DennisKalita ·
All KKK are GOP. Mediocre liberals, yes , but why vote for the Nazis-in-waiting GOP? Vernon Jordan said when LBJ signed off on the Voting Act he did so knowing that the Democrats would lose the South. GOP is opposite. That’s when George Wallace got southern whites to switch to the GOP. Now, GOP is drumming up racist hate again “the browns”. Uncle Ruckus, the GOP would be dead without its racism platform. Seriously believe this? Then vote GOP.
Reply

Re: Democratic Monopoly on Black Voters May Be Evaporating, As Seismic Political Shift Is Predicted

Norland ·
Dr. Ben thinks these ex-cave men dwellers like his black ass. Doctor or no doctor, he'll find out the real deal soon enough. And then again, maybe he'll NEVER find out. There are heaps in the same category as he. I digress. Ole Uncle Tom was a merry ole soul, a merry ole soul was he!!!!!
Reply

Re: Democratic Monopoly on Black Voters May Be Evaporating, As Seismic Political Shift Is Predicted

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: All KKK are GOP. Mediocre liberals, yes , but why vote for the Nazis-in-waiting GOP? Vernon Jordan said when LBJ signed off on the Voting Act he did so knowing that the Democrats would lose the South. GOP is opposite. That’s when George Wallace got southern whites to switch to the GOP. Now, GOP is drumming up racist hate again “the browns”. Uncle Ruckus, the GOP would be dead without its racism platform. Seriously believe this? Then vote GOP. Yes Obama Care...
Reply

Re: Democratic Monopoly on Black Voters May Be Evaporating, As Seismic Political Shift Is Predicted

Norland ·
He should to be content when he performed those brain surgeries, parents were well off enough to pay his black ass. God, damn near everyone breathing all over the world is at various levels of Off the Heazy. No sane folks anywhere. I wonder how the Syrian refugees are doing today. Some old camera woman was tripping and kicking folks over there a day or so ago. Old bullying asshole. Lost her job. Folks hurting folks all over the planet, non stop. It's obvious no one reads anymore; too busy...
Reply

Re: Tell Congress: No sweetheart deals for exploitative for-profit colleges

DennisKalita ·
No sweetheart deals, okay! But look at what the Rulers want and dictate! The Feds, under the thumb of the Global Rulers, already looted the Treasury to bail out the corporate rulers. Nowhere else on Earth has any nation brazenly given hundreds of billions of public funds to big business. And what is foreign aid? You take taxpayer money, give it to some country under the condition that they must contractually hire Halliburton or Boeing and then all that taxpayer $$ goes right into their...
Reply

Re: Democrats Hope to Bury Black Lives Matter Under Election Blitz

NSpirit ·
This article reminds me of the things GoodMan frequently says about blacks and the DEMOCRATIC party.
Reply

Re: Democrats Hope to Bury Black Lives Matter Under Election Blitz

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by NSpirit: This article reminds me of the things GoodMan frequently says about blacks and the DEMOCRATIC party. It does, and I actually get where GoodMan is coming from but, it is even more detrimental when Black people stay away from the polls during elections; Barack Obama's presidency is proof of that. It's really going to take African Americans to unify politically and seek out and support candidates to replace the spineless democrats [who are re-elected year after...
 
×
×
×
×