Racists are really trying my patience this week. Stop and Frisk was struck down in NYC and the last person I’d think who’d be sad about it would be a minority, Democratic Obama Administration employee and actor, but that’s exactly who is sad – Kal Penn. Kal Penn, Orson Scott Card, and Peggy Noonan are some scared white people. Except that no one has told Kal Penn that he isn’t white lately.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul is continuing to build his political brand out in these streets. He spoke at Howard University (an historically Black university in Washington, DC) today and from what I gleaned from the speech (taken from direct quotes and summaries), it seems that he proposed some solutions I could pay attention to. He […]
Last night, President Barack Hussein Obama II delivered the first State of the Union Address of his second term. Overall, honestly, I was “meh” with the speech. He highlighted some things that are moving the country forward (thanks in no part to the Republican party), and I liked some of his proposals. I just wish […]
Read this, then read below: 1. STOP THE LIES. The Republican party did not want blacks to be free. They wanted the country to be united again. It had nothing to do with blacks being free. Even Lincoln blamed blacks for the war and told freed blacks to leave the country because he didn’t like what had […]
The title is a quote from a friend of mine when we were talking about sex once. I won’t go into the story, but it was funny and that quote was shade directed my way. I apply that title to Conservatives, Republicans, Racist White People, and Evangelical Christians who all voted for Romney and heralded his […]
This is an interaction between a friend and I on Facebook concerning Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, and the direction of the country. All of this stemmed from me accurately stating that Mitt Romney’s appearance in front of the NAACP was nothing more than a show of force to prove to his white detractors that he […]
Dear Democrats, While I left your party in 2004 to pursue Independent interests (having voted for several GOP candidates in 2002 and 2004 in Baltimore, Maryland, and Bowie, Maryland, and feeling that the party was becoming more liberal than centrist), I must say that the GOP is beating you soundly in many areas. They are […]