Black Republicans Take on Leftists

The overt ridiculousness I saw from white liberals towards black conservatives on 8/28 was unbelievable.

Great video from Marooned in Marin via P/O’ed Patriot shows powerful speaker Michael Warns and black republicans take on white liberals who condescend to ask them where their African religion went:

I interviewed Warns for PJTV; this fellow in this shot is the one who told Warns and the black republican group that they were “disgusting” and that he would “pray for them.”

I interviewed him as well; both will be up shortly.

What is so hard to believe about black conservatives? Why are they treated so scornfully treated by the liberal community?

Screw the Polls: Harry Reid Doubles Down on Identity Politics

Uber klass!

Reid supports the Obama administration’s lawsuit against Arizona over its immigration law, but 63 percent of Nevada voters oppose the lawsuit, according to a Rasmussen poll.

Reid voted against a measure to complete a 700-mile fence along the Mexican border in May, but 68 percent of voters nationally support building a border fence, according to Rasmussen.

Reid’s “negro dialect.”

Reid believes if he says it enough the action will Jim Crow minorities into staying with a political ideology that works against, rather than for their interests, such as freedom and opportunity.

Ben Jealous, NAACP Refuse to Condemn Own Racial Invectives


Will Ben Jealous call upon the NAACP to repudiate the racist elements in ITS organization?

These conservatives think it should:

I Condemn the NAACP: It Has a Selective Memory on Race

I Condemn the NAACP: Call Me a Racist!

I Condemn the NAACP: It Should Stand With Tea Parties

I Condemn the NAACP: It Is Grossly Out of Touch

I Condemn the NAACP: Screaming ‘Racism’ Discredits the Organization

I Condemn the NAACP: It Needs to Wake Up!

I Condemn the NAACP: It Has Lost its Way

I Condemn The NAACP: They Are Obsessed With Identity Politics

I Condemn the NAACP: The New Black Panther Party Are the Real Racists

I Condemn the NAACP: It Has Been Taken Over by the Hard Left

I Condemn the NAACP: Get Back to Freedom

I Condemn the NAACP

Chicago Machine Democrats Deserve NAACP Condemnation, Not Tea Party

NAACP Is Not At All Serious: They’ve Missed the Real Issues

The NAACP Acting Stupidly (Again)

I dare the NAACP and other hustlers for the DNC to get behind an NAACP sign-clad lectern and call these accomplished black conservatives names like they did Gladney.

Unacceptable: Shields Removes Purgason for Not Bowing to UAW Pressure


Unable to convince a fellow Republican that offering $150 million in tax incentives is a good way to keep Ford Motor Co. from cutting 4,000 jobs in the state, the leader of the Missouri Senate has decided to drive around the one-man roadblock.

Two weeks ago, Sen. Chuck Purgason, R-Caulfield, blocked the key bill in the special session called by Gov. Jay Nixon, criticizing the state’s use of tax incentives for economic development.

On Monday, Sen. Charlie Shields, R-St. Joseph, removed Purgason as chairman of the committee where the bill is stalled. Instead, Shields, the president pro tem of the committee, will lead a meeting today in which it is expected the bill will be voted out to the Senate floor.

Tax cuts across the board or none at all. No preference due to special interest pressure. If Shields and other RINOs are concerned about creating jobs, then make incentives available for all. Pinning the blame on Purgason to deflect from Shields’ caving to UAW is a joke – this from the same man who fought to block the Health Care Freedom Act.

Obviousville: Obama Debt Commission: “Debt is Bad”

Oh yes.

The co-chairmen of President Obama’s debt and deficit commission offered an ominous assessment of the nation’s fiscal future here Sunday, calling current budgetary trends a cancer “that will destroy the country from within” unless checked by tough action in Washington.



“We can’t grow our way out of this,” Bowles said. “We could have decades of double-digit growth and not grow our way out of this enormous debt problem. We can’t tax our way out. . . . The reality is we’ve got to do exactly what you all do every day as governors. We’ve got to cut spending or increase revenues or do some combination of that.”

I’m so glad that we have people in Washington creating commissions to tell us things that we already know are royally screwed up. I mean, all of these small business owners who are now out of business, all of these unemployed people, they were probably still scratching their heads and trying to figure out what had gone wrong.