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Where’s the outrage? Progressive libs want to “string up” and “hang” Black Supreme Court Justice

Posted in Left Wing, Racism, Radicals with tags , , , , , , , , on February 3, 2011 by saynsumthn

Demonstrators at “progressive” rally in Palm Springs call for Clarence Thomas be hanged, stringed up, tortured, sent back to the fields, etc.

“Uncloaking the Kochs” rally sponsored by Common Cause, AFFCE, The Ruckus Society, 350, Greenpeace, Code Pink, the Progessive Democrats of America, and others. Staged outside venue of Koch Brothers conference in Palm Springs.

Rules were made to be broken: White Elitist Progressives, on Obama “Light Skinned, Negro, Black Boy, Getting us coffee”

Posted in Black Victims, Censorship, Harry Reid, Health Care, Hillary clinton, Left Double Standard, Left Wing, Liberal, Media Bias, Obama, Politics, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 12, 2010 by saynsumthn

Liberal White Elitist Progressives Make the Rules so they can Break the Rules !

After Vice President Joe Biden suggested before a BLACK Audience that Republicans want to put voters in “chains,” triggering a fierce war of words between the rival campaigns, Obama is standing by Biden’s side. In an interview with People magazine from Dubuque, Iowa, Obama called the vice president an “outstanding” figure who is “passionate about what’s happening in middle-class families.” He shrugged off the controversy over Biden’s remark, defending and clarifying the overarching argument Biden was trying to make. Biden was saying “you, consumers, the American people, will be a lot worse off if we repeal these [Wall Street reform] laws as the other side is suggesting,” the president said, backing up his No. 2. “In no sense was he trying to connote something other than that,” Obama told the magazine.

Evidently, Libs seem to give a pass when RACISM and HATE are expressed by one of their own:

Joe Biden, “You cannot go to a 7/11 or a Duncan Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent”

And this was only the tip of the iceberg:

Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid went into damage control after be was caught describing President Obama as “light-skined Negro” , mobilizing a raft of supportive statements both in Washington, D.C., and Nevada after news broke that during the 2008 presidential campaign he said Barack Obama had an advantage because he’s “light-skinned” and has “no Negro dialect” unless he wants to employ it.

Clinton about Obama, “A Few Years Ago He Would Have Been Getting Us Coffee”

NY Daily News Bill Clinton told Ted Kennedy that Obama ‘would be getting us coffee’ a few years ago: ‘Game Change’

Former Democratic president, Bill Clinton, allegedly claimed during the hard-fought Democratic primary race: ‘A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee.’

He is said to have made the racist remark in a phone call entreating Senator Teddy Kennedy, the party’s vastly influential elder statesman, to endorse his wife, Hillary, in the delicately balanced 2008 nomination battle. But the call so offended Senator Kennedy that it backfired and helped make up the veteran Washington power broker’s mind to throw his complete support behind Mr Obama’s historic bid for the White House, according to a new book.

Mr Clinton was once lauded by African-American admirers as America’s ‘first black president’. But the ‘coffee’ controversy has opened old wounds from the campaign trail when Mr Clinton was accused of being racially dismissive about the underdog who went on to derail his wife’s White House dreams.

According to POLITICO: One of the enduring mysteries of the 2008 campaign was what got Ted Kennedy so mad at Bill Clinton. The former president’s entreaties, at some point, backfired, and the explanation has never quite emerged.

I’ve finally gotten my hands on a copy of Game Change, in which John Heliemann and Mark Halperin report:

[A]s Hillary bungled Caroline, Bill’s handling of Ted was even worse. The day after Iowa, he phoned Kennedy and pressed for an endorsement, making the case for his wife. But Bill then went on, belittling Obama in a manner that deeply offended Kennedy. Recounting the conversation later to a friend, Teddy fumed that Clinton had said, A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee.

In 2008, Democratic President Jimmy Carter referred to Obama, as “Black Boy!” . Isn’t the term “boy” when referring to an African American considered racist?

Then in 2009, Carter says that opposition to President Obama is Racist, because people especially from the South think Blacks are “not qualified.”

But, before Obama was the Democrats nominee, Carter stated that Obama, “doesn’t yet have proven substance or experience to be the President.” – TRANSLATION – HE IS NOT QUALIFIED !

JIM LEHRER: And do you think that — if it happens that he is elected, or even just being nominated, is — will send positive ripple effects throughout the country on the race issue?

JIMMY CARTER: Around the world. Around the world. And I think it already has sent a wave of approbation and admiration in many countries around the world, just knowing that this black boy who grew up with just a loving mother and grandparents — and that was about all he had to start with — does now have a chance to become the nominee of the Democratic Party for president.

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Jimmy Carter: Opposition to Obama is Racist

Carter: Obama – Doesn’t yet have proven substance or experience to be the President

Carter: Government of Which we can be Proud-“Washington” Jimmy Carter 4President 1976 TV Ad

Jesse Jackson Apologizes to Obama After His Cut His Nuts Off Rant

Al Sharpton – I think Bill Clinton needs to “Be Quiet”


Democrat Geraldine Ferraro, ” If Obama was a White Man he would not be in this position”

Obama Campaign, “When you wink and nod…you send the message that anything goes.”

Barack Obama Responds To Geraldine Ferraro

Democratic Geraldine Ferraro, “Last time the Obama campaign will be able to play this type of race card.”

Joe Biden, “You cannot go to a 7/11 or a Duncan Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent”

Sen. Biden Brags: “My State Was A Slave State”


Democratic Senator Robert Byrd part of the KKK

Democratic Senator Robert Byrd says “white niggers” during an interview with Tony Snow


Washington State Democrats released an offensive and racist web video attacking gubernatorial challenger Dino Rossi. After an Italian-American group wrote the Governor, the video was pulled, with no comment or apology from Gov. Christine Gregoire.


Senator Burris supporters attacked racist Dick Durbin and other racist democrats who are asking Senator Burris to resign. They say there are racial motives involved.

2010- Bigoted Progressive Icon of the White House Press Corps, Helen Thomas, tells Jews to Go back to Germany –

May 2010:

HBO’s Bill Maher makes a racial stereotype about Obama: “I thought when we elected a black president, we were going to get a black president. You know, this [BP oil spill] is where I want a real black president. I want him in a meeting with the BP CEOs, you know, where he lifts up his shirt so you can see the gun in his pants. That’s — (in black man voice) ‘we’ve got a motherfu**ing problem here?’ Shoot somebody in the foot.”

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And the golden calf of the Progressives – the Abortion lobby. The nation’s largest chain of abortion clinics is PLANNED PARENTHOOD.

Planned Parenthood’s founder: Margaret Sanger admitted in her autobiography that she met with the Klan and received many speaking engagements to talk with them. In addition Sanger and MANY on Planned Parenthood’s board were in fact Members of the RACIST American Eugenics Society and also the current anti-immigration group: FAIR. Planned Parenthood even admitted they receive RACIST donations. Get the facts in a powerful documentary called MAAFA21 (clip Below)

Broadband plan: Net effect – Info Control?

Posted in Czar, free speech, Mark Lloyd, Net Neutrality, Obama with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 28, 2009 by saynsumthn

Obama’s Media Control Strategy

By Cliff Kincaid
Cliff Kincaid is the Editor of Accuracy in Media, and can be contacted at

You may not have noticed that the Obama Administration, in addition to trying to seize control of the health care and energy sectors, is implementing a national “broadband plan” to redefine the media and transform America’s system of government. It’s designed, they say, to provide “open government and civic engagement.” But it looks increasingly like an excuse for the federal government to control the Internet and access to information and even tell us what is truth.

Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute recently explained at a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) “National Broadband Plan Workshop” that it is necessary to have “a common space with shared facts.” Armed with $7.2 billion of “stimulus” money, the federal government is going to provide this. It looks like various progressive groups are lining up at the public trough for their share of the loot. They have in mind what the George Soros-funded Free Press calls “an alternative media infrastructure.”

If you think we already have that, with public TV and radio, think again. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which has received $8 billion in federal tax dollars since it was created in 1967, is not considered radical enough by these folks. The Free Press favors an additional $50 billion “Public Media Trust fund” financed by a tax on home electronic devices. It also wants the federally-funded AmeriCorps to finance jobs for journalists.

A new national broadband plan, combined with the just-announced FCC plan for “net neutrality,” or regulating access to the Internet, provides the opportunity for the federal government to define a “new public square” with a “common space with shared facts,” as Ornstein put it at the August 6 FCC event. He explained, “It’s something that was easier when we had three broadcast channels and virtually everybody in the society tuned into them.”

Those were the days, you may remember, when Walter Cronkite claimed “That’s the way it is,” and many people believed him. We know better now. But Ornstein seems to be pining for the “good old days” when Cronkite and other liberals dominated the dissemination of news and information.

These days we have conservative talk radio, Fox News, and alternatives to the “mainstream” media on the Internet. It is obvious that the Obama Administration and its progressive backers don’t appreciate this new state of affairs.

Ornstein contrasted what can be, under federal direction, to what we are witnessing “now on health reform,” when so many dissenting voices are being heard. He added, “It becomes much more difficult when you have a cacophonous system with fragmented areas of communication.” And that “cacophony and fragmentation” is most apparent on the Internet, he said.

In other words, those naughty conservatives are standing in the way of Obama’s health care reform plan.

While the Internet is apparently confusing people with too much information, Ornstein said that the Internet also offers “multiple opportunities” to “develop a public square.” He made these remarks at an event presided over by Obama’s FCC chairman Julius Genachowski. The assumption of the exercise was that the federal government, under the cover of a national broadband plan, should not only regulate the Internet but provide new media for the public.

Assisting Genachowski is Mark Lloyd, Associate General Counsel and chief diversity officer at the agency. Lloyd used to work at the Benton Foundation, which is assisting this effort and previously issued a report recommending that the Obama Administration “s\should adopt policies to ensure that all Americans” have the ability to:

· “Know when you need information to help resolve a problem;

· “Know from whom, when, where, and how to seek that needed information;

· “Know how to differentiate between authentic and unauthentic information;

· “Know how to organize information and interpret it correctly once retrieved; and

· “Know how to use the information to solve the problem or make the decision.”

The idea of the federal government telling people how to “differentiate between authentic and inauthentic information” is frightening. But this is part of Benton’s “Action Plan for America.”

Not surprisingly, the Benton home page features a tribute to the late Walter Cronkite from President Obama. Like Ornstein, it longs for the days when the liberal media dominated the news business.

Once Mark Lloyd left the Benton Foundation for the Center for American Progress, the two organizations collaborated on a letter demanding that the FCC require that broadcasters meet “public interest” obligations, provide access to the media by various groups, and “enhance political discourse.” All of these measures are designed to give left-wing “progressives” more access to the media.

Now Lloyd is in a position to bring this about through federal regulation.

What we really need in this country,” Lloyd says, “is… a competitive alternative to commercial broadcasting” that would be supported by the public and “fully financed.”

It sounds suspiciously like the “new public square” is the “public option” for the media. But so far there seems to be little debate or even discussion over what they have in store for us, and how they have already obtained $7.2 billion for this extreme makeover not only of our media but our system of government.