Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Obama cult members cry at gathering.

Obama addressing his crying cult members. Maybe they were crying because Obama didn't provide free koo laid for the event. When you look at his ears, don't you just want to grab on tight and just YANK those bad boys?




My thoughts on his hapless zombie cult.




They're were actual people crying for a person they know nothing about. Being intelligent in this country has now become a serious liability. I better watch my back. I still don't know why they were crying though. Did Obama already break his campaign lie on giving middle class people tax cuts. Oh say it isn't so oh great "Messiah of Change". Now I know why I don't watch American Idol.

16 Comments:

Blogger p. anthony allen said...

What in the hell was that Tyrone??

Don't tell me that this Democratic win has suddenly caused you a loss of your thought process, or a lapse in expressing coherence when you speak. You didn't suffer a "stroke", did you?

Seriously, I believe 99.9% of blacks in this country could not help but feel a sense of elation, and even more so -"pride"- in the accomplishment of Barak Obama. President-elect Obama has done something that most, if not all blacks in this country, once thought of as an impossibility.

I watched several prominent black elected officials, television personalities, athletes, scholars, business people, ect... shed a tear. A tear spawned directly from the spirit of those who had fought so bravely just to allow blacks (LIKE YOU)in this country the right to vote.

It is the memory of those brave souls, many of them who died just for the right that YOU now enjoy, for who those tears are shed.

Condellezza Rice, Juan Williams, Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell and almost "every" black commentator and/or news personality held back tears when commenting on this historic event.

Yes indeed, there were many "souls" at that "Black Mans" acceptance rally. But "hapless" is an adjective that definitely does "NOT" apply.

Those "souls" include the souls of; Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Denmark Vessy, Dred Scott, George Washington Carver, Fannie Lou Hamer, Nat Turner, Marcus Garvey, Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr...just to name a few!

You are a conservative, and that's fine. Yet, those Blacks I have named are directly responsible for you having the right to vote the way you do and hold the political views you do.

Not agreeing with Barak Obama's politics is fine and dandy. That's your choice and your right. But it has become obvious (by watching your YOU TUBE thingy) that you have taken absolutely no joy in the race barrier being broken in the highest office in the land.

Tyrone, being "proud" of Barak Obama does not have to mean that you're just proud of his, or your own color. Being proud of Barak Obama (as a Black man) means being proud of the history of this country.

The fact is Tyrone, you were born a descendant of slaves, and a descendant of segregation and discrimination. Sure, it no longer exists, yet it's a history this country has, and cannot deny. It is the "HISTORY" that we must (you and I as black men) be proud of. The history that brought us out of bondage. A history that no longer exists because of "CHANGE"!

Now we must look to the future for our children and theirs. When they look back upon this time they will be able to say that it was not so much the color of the man, but the accomplishments of the man AND HIS COUNTRY, OUR COUNTRY, OUR HOME, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!

Tyrone, I can change my "political views" at any time and for ever reason I please. Hell, I could become a conservative tomorrow. But I will never be able to change my race. For that reason I, like every other black person in this country, must pay respect, and honor those who fought and died for our right to change those "political views"....

1:30 AM  
Blogger Conservative Black Man in the ATL said...

Too many people bought into the hype of the "Annointed One." As a Black man, I am happy to see a Black President in our country. It proves our country is not as racist like some people (i.e. Jackson, Sharpton) wanted you to believe (although there will always be racism of some sorts). However, I just wish that is could have been someone else without extremist views, someone who at the least is moderate. Once Obama names his who staff, we'll see it is not change but Democrat politics as usual.

My concern for the Republican party is image. I was a bit uncomfortable to not see any people of color in the audience for Senator McCain's concession speech. Even at the RNC, there were very few faces in the crowd that look like us. My liberal friends and family members can point to that ask why and it is a legitimate question. I believe there are a lot of Blacks with conservative views who would completely agree with the Republican ideology. Most Hispanics are hardcore Catholics and have conservative views. However, the Republicans need to change immediately. The demographics are changing. There are more Hispanics and Asians coming into this country and Whites will soon be the minority. If the Republican party does not actively reach out to people of color, they will continue to be unfairly branded as a racist, rich only party.

What the Republicans need to do is to actively put high profile people of color front and center. I would start with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (of Indian descent), Lynn Swann (Hall of Fame NFL player and brilliant speaker), Ken Blackwell (former Secretay of State in Ohio), Michael Steele (former Lt. Governor of Maryland) and Danny Vargas (the chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly). Of course the Dems will attack, but we stand on our principles, the Dems will look bad for attacking.

They need to be front and center in a national recruiting effort. They should also hire the best marketing firms to help get the message out of who we are and what we stand for and to disspell the myths that the Dems and the media put out about us.

If they don't actively reach out, they will slowly fade away. I reached to the Republican party, they did not reach to me. That has to change. We lost the election because the Dems actively reached out to the younger voters and minorities (and that McCain ran a poor campaign). I'm not saying pander, the Dems wrote the book on that, but they need to sit down and explain what the Republican brand is all about.

The Republicans are the only hope we have from becoming a Socialist nation over time. America has to be re-educated about how the government works and how the two parties differ on government.

The Republicans also need to get rid of Republicans who do not hold conservative values. Mainly the ones in Congress who helped Bush grow the government to the ridiculous size it is now and spend like Democrats.

12:29 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Conservative In Atlanta says;"I reached to the Republican party, they did not reach to me. That has to change. We lost the election because the Dems actively reached out to the younger voters and minorities (and that McCain ran a poor campaign). I'm not saying pander, the Dems wrote the book on that, but they need to sit down and explain what the Republican brand is all about."

You're exactly right Atlanta. I am a 50'ish year old Black male working class professional. I have a college degree and consider myself a liberal thinker with somewhat "conservative" (thats right conservative) views. Free market capitalist, a strong belief in personal responsibility, country first defense minded (for the right reasons), and very strong on law and order. Yet I believe that there should be "freedom of religious choice" and freedom of "personal choice"...which includes a womans right to choose.

It is only the latter two of my beliefs that separates my beliefs from the Republican party. It's also my opinion that it's those two issues is where the Republican party loses it's appeal for many young Whites, and Blacks in general.

At the base of the Republican party is a stead-fast hard core religious faction which now demands control over the entire party and it's platform. It was that faction (evangelicals) who "forced" McCain's hand to choose a running mate that would appeal to their satisfaction, without regard of an overall appeal to the entire voting populous. Many "higher-ups" with the Republican party even questioned McCain's choice.

Although I believe that Mitt Romney was, and is the ultimate flip-flopper, I believe we would have had a totally different outcome had he been the nominee. Even with all the negatives that Rudy Gulliani has, I think he would have fared better than McCain.

I think the Republican party is going to have to take a long hard look at who's controlling the ship. There might come a time when the Repub's and Evangelicals could consider parting ways.

11:53 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

P Allen "Don't tell me that this Democratic win has suddenly caused you a loss of your thought process, or a lapse in expressing coherence when you speak. You didn't suffer a "stroke", did you?"

Na allen, I was just goofing on the idiots at the Obama victory rally. My skit was better then Tina Fey mocking Sarah Palin. It was funny!


P Allen "
Seriously, I believe 99.9% of blacks in this country could not help but feel a sense of elation, and even more so -"pride"- in the accomplishment of Barak Obama. President-elect Obama has done something that most, if not all blacks in this country, once thought of as an impossibility."

Hold up a second allen. Did you tell me that most blacks didn't vote for Obama based on race? Now you are saying " 99.9% of blacks in this country could not help but feel a sense of elation, and even more so -"pride"- in the accomplishment of Barak Obama. President-elect Obama has done something that most, if not all blacks in this country, once thought of as an impossibility." Am I suffering a disconnect or did I miss something in the translation allen? So did most blacks vote for Obama based on race or not allen. You Obama cultist are all over the map when it comes to why you all voted for Obama. This goes right back to the whole Collin Powell discussion. I guess I have to count myself in the 1% group that always thought it was possible for a black man to become President. Lord knows I didn't expect such a radical one to have been "the one".

P Allen "I watched several prominent black elected officials, television personalities, athletes, scholars, business people, ect... shed a tear. A tear spawned directly from the spirit of those who had fought so bravely just to allow blacks (LIKE YOU)in this country the right to vote."

I shed a few tears when my favorite show "misfits of science" was canceled! That was a very traumatic experience for me allen lol, The reason why they were crying was because they seen American in a different light then I have allen. It's hard to explain,but I will give it a go. They feel they have somehow as a race overcome adversity by Obama being elected.My point is that that in modern time there was no adversity preventing a black person from running and eventually winning the white house. Hell many people thought 10 years ago that Collin Powell had an excellent shot at winning the white house. He was all but assured the Republican Nomination. The only person that stopped him from "making history" was his own wife. She didn't want thim to run. If blacks thought America was actually a just and good nation, they wouldn't have thought that a black man couldn't have been elected President of it allen. It actually says more about their racial hangups then the nation as as a whole.

P Allen "It is the memory of those brave souls, many of them who died just for the right that YOU now enjoy, for who those tears are shed."

If that black person was a Republican running for President allen, those same blacks you speak of so kindly would be doing everything in their power to vote for the white Democrat to stop him. So don't take offense that I laugh at what you just said, It was never about race. This wasn't about celebrating that a black man was elected allen, no no no. It was about celebrating that a black liberal democrat was elected. I am way ahead of the curve on this. You might as well admit it, you know I'm right.

P Allen "
You are a conservative, and that's fine. Yet, those Blacks I have named are directly responsible for you having the right to vote the way you do and hold the political views you do."

I respectfully have to burst out laughing uncontrollably allen. This is better then Comedy Central. The right to vote is suppose to be powerful because, a person has the ability to "choose" who he or she wants to represent them in office. Blacks fought for that right allen as you know, however being able to vote as a black person is way different then that of whites being able to vote. Whites have the luxury of voting for whoever they want regardless of party affiliation allen. They don't have to worry about other whites labeling them a "sellout" or "trader" for exercising their right to "choose". As a black man, I am called a sellout, uncle tom, by blacks and white liberal Democrats for daring to exercise the same freedom of chose that whites enjoy allen. So think about that. Because I am black, my vote is suppose to be a given to the Democrat Party. So excuse me if I don't jump up and down about my franchise to vote. When a political party and people that support that party feels that because of the color of my skin I am obligated to vote for them. Is that freedom allen or servitude?

P Allen "Tyrone, being "proud" of Barak Obama does not have to mean that you're just proud of his, or your own color. Being proud of Barak Obama (as a Black man) means being proud of the history of this country."

There is so much history in this country that nobody ever talks about allen. Like I said earlier allen, if a black republican was running for president, blacks would care less about "making history" for this country.


P Allen "The fact is Tyrone, you were born a descendant of slaves, and a descendant of segregation and discrimination. Sure, it no longer exists, yet it's a history this country has, and cannot deny. It is the "HISTORY" that we must (you and I as black men) be proud of. The history that brought us out of bondage. A history that no longer exists because of "CHANGE"!"

Your right about one thing allen. We both are descendants from the era of slavery and Jim Crow, Barack Obama on the other hand is neither. His fater was born in Kenya. Obama is an American of 1st generation African Descent. He doesn't have one single drop of slaves blood in him allen. Did I leave anything out?

P Allen "Not agreeing with Barak Obama's politics is fine and dandy. That's your choice and your right. But it has become obvious (by watching your YOU TUBE thingy) that you have taken absolutely no joy in the race barrier being broken in the highest office in the land."

What barrier did Obama break in order to ascend to the White House allen? That is simple question. I told you a long time ago that I don't see things through the lens of race. I don't have race on the brain 24/7. I know he is the first black person to make it to the White House even though very few blacks have actually tired in the first place., Dr. King said "I have a dream that one day a man will not be judged by the color of his skin but by the content of his character". It seems that I am among a few that is actually up hearing to what Dr. KIng said. I judging Obama based on who he is as a person, I'm not overlooking that to focus on the color of his skin allen.

P Allen "Tyrone, I can change my "political views" at any time and for ever reason I please. Hell, I could become a conservative tomorrow. But I will never be able to change my race. For that reason I, like every other black person in this country, must pay respect, and honor those who fought and died for our right to change those "political views"...."

That would be very interesting to see allen. See how free you are as a black man in this country if you become a conservative and liberals find out. lol Funny how you say blacks died for us to be able to change our political views, can someone tell the Democrat establishment that little tidbit allen?

2:01 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

conservative black man from atlanta "Too many people bought into the hype of the "Annointed One." As a Black man, I am happy to see a Black President in our country. It proves our country is not as racist like some people (i.e. Jackson, Sharpton) wanted you to believe (although there will always be racism of some sorts"

Thank you conservative black man, you were reading my thoughts. People like us always knew what apparently the Obama cult is just now figuring out. America is a great country and that there has not been some "great white bogeyman" trying to hold blacks back for a long time now.

conservative black man from atlanta ", I just wish that is could have been someone else without extremist views, someone who at the least is moderate. Once Obama names his who staff, we'll see it is not change but Democrat politics as usual."

I agree so much. A first black president is ok and all, but why it had to be a freaking full blown radical Marxist!! I wish it could have at least been Harold Ford from Tennessee or someone in his mold.

conservative black man from atlanta "My concern for the Republican party is image. I was a bit uncomfortable to not see any people of color in the audience for Senator McCain's concession speech."

I don't believe Arizona has a large black population to start with conservative unlike Illinois.

conservative black man from atlanta "Even at the RNC, there were very few faces in the crowd that look like us.

I saw more blacks at the convention then what liberals would like to portray. Most blacks are monolithic in nature when it comes to politics, they run in a pack, and that pack is the Democrat Party. Nothing can be done about that conservative black man. When blacks give all their political capital to one party, it gives people like Howard Dean the ability to call the Republican Party the "white party"? It's not your fault, my fault or even the Republican Party's fault. I have no problem with the diversity in the party. The party is represented by all nationalities and races.
My liberal friends and family members can point to that ask why and it is a legitimate question

conservative black man from atlanta "My liberal friends and family members can point to that ask why and it is a legitimate question"

Just tell them the truth conservative. Most black people don't have a clue about the histories of the two parties. Most blacks believe the Democrat Party is the party that is looking out for them, but in reality it isn't and that the Republican Party has gotten a bad rap.

conservative black man from atlanta "hat the Republicans need to do is to actively put high profile people of color front and center. I would start with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (of Indian descent), Lynn Swann (Hall of Fame NFL player and brilliant speaker), Ken Blackwell (former Secretay of State in Ohio), Michael Steele (former Lt. Governor of Maryland) and Danny Vargas (the chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly). Of course the Dems will attack, but we stand on our principles, the Dems will look bad for attacking."

I have a strong feeling the GOP is going to be pushing Jindal very hard to run in 2012. Jindal originally was the rising star of the party before Palin came on the scene. If Palin does run for the nomination and win, I wouldn't doubt for a second that Jindal would be her VP Pick. Jindal might win the nomination himself. The diversity is in the party, it just has too be tapped the right way conservative.

conservative black man from atlanta "If they don't actively reach out, they will slowly fade away. I reached to the Republican party, they did not reach to me. That has to change. We lost the election because the Dems actively reached out to the younger voters and minorities (and that McCain ran a poor campaign). I'm not saying pander, the Dems wrote the book on that, but they need to sit down and explain what the Republican brand is all about."

McCain shouldn't have never been the nominee from the start to be honest conservative. We had to make due with the cards we were dealt. After this defeat, the long overdue Republican civil war is underway. The number on objective is to kick out the neocon new age psuedo conservatives like McCain, Hagel, Graham, Whitman etc. The Republican brand has to be rebuilt from the grassroots, In order for blacks to win in congressional races, they have to run in districts that aren't mostly black and democratic. I can't figure out why they keep repeating the same mistake over and over and over and over. Take Jindal for example. Before being elected governor, he was a congressman representing one of the most conservative districts in Louisiana. If he would have run in heavily liberal democrat district, he would have lost. If I wanted to run for congress here in Maryland, I would run in Anrundel County instead of Batlimore City. Anrundel County is a mostly conservative area of Maryland where as Baltimore City is heavily Democrat and liberal.

2:34 AM  
Blogger DarkStar said...

My mother cried. She's 76 years old.

She lived through segregation.
She lived through helping her mother wash clothes for white people.
She lived through being a maid for white people.
She lived through being called "nigga girl" by white teenagers and adults.
She lived through MLK Jr.'s assassination.
She lived through getting hand me down books that were years out of date when she was in school.

My mother cried because she didn't think she would see the day and she did.

I extend my middle finger to you, you ahistorical jack ass.

8:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tyrone the "Messiah" approves of same sex marriages, but black women who voted for him don't. Why do gays continue to use civil rights as a means to their end. What will black gays use? When gays are told to help people who want to wed boys they refuse. If sex became a civil right, why do dogs have sex. I thought sex was for all life. Marriage is a religious affair, not a civil right. I can not change my color, but a gay can stop putting his projectile inside the cavitity of another man. The female can stop finding orifices for her release of the sexual urges. Marriage was established in all countries as a religious affair and all of them did gay life. Marriage is under attack. It behooves us all to hel protect marriage or why will heterosexuals ever neeed to do it. Civil rights is not for gay sex. Sex is for everything. Fishes do it, birds do it, apes do it, flowers do it and humans do it. Why dont the same gays want civil right for the men of NAMBLE, beastiality, pedophiles, threesomes,polygamy, palandry, familial marriage. Gays will make a mockery of Marriage. Another Satanic attack on God's laws. Afterall, Satan is the DECEIVER John 8:44 and the Quran says Allah is the DECEIVER Sura 3:54.

12:27 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

I don't know where to begin...

CB says;"So did most blacks vote for Obama based on race or not allen."

You have said that on more than one occasion.

So, you believe most blacks voted for Obama "simply" because he is black... Even though he is a Democrat, and blacks have for years voted Democratic any way...?

Then CB says;"Like I said earlier allen, if a black republican was running for president, blacks would care less about "making history" for this country."

You've also said that many times before.

So, you believe that blacks "will not" vote for black PRESIDENTIAL candidate "simply" because he black.... In this case because he's a Republican...

This is what you're saying? Blacks will vote for a black PRESIDENTIAL candidate because he's black, yet, blacks "will not" vote for a black because he's black. (duhhh?) And your only explanation for this "blatant contradiction" is because of the 2 different political parties??

THAT MAKES ABSOLUTELY NO SENSE!!

CB;"This goes right back to the whole Collin Powell discussion."

Yet again, you believe that Colin Powell switched his vote because of race. If Powell switched, why wouldn't other blacks, REGARDLESS OF THE PARTY???? So, what is it that makes Powell different from other blacks?

YOU'RE NOT MAKING ANY SENSE TYRONE!

CB;"They feel they have somehow as a race overcome adversity by Obama being elected.My point is that that in modern time there was no adversity preventing a black person from running and eventually winning the white house."

What are you talking about, "they have overcome adversity" and "adversity preventing blacks from running"??

I'M TALKING ABOUT THE PEOPLE THAT CAME BEFORE THEM! I GAVE YOU THE HISTORY...THE NAMES OF THE HERO'S, THE STRUGGLES...OBAMA'S WIN IS FOR FREDRICK DOUGLASS, HARRIET TUBMAN, MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.! THEY ARE THE WINNERS IN ALL OF THIS!

That in itself is "American History"! Dr. King was an American, an American that fought and died to insure FREEDOM of a people, Black people....of which you are ONE!!

CB says;"They don't have to worry about other whites labeling them a "sellout" or "trader" for exercising their right to "choose". As a black man, I am called a sellout, uncle tom, by blacks and white liberal Democrats for daring to exercise the same freedom of chose that whites enjoy allen."

Where is your mind at Tyrone? What's wrong? Has something or somebody hurt you by calling you names? Sticks and stones man...sticks and stones...

In fact Tyrone, you're not exercising the same freedoms that whites enjoy. Throughout American history, most "Whites" have been able to exercise the right to vote. You're exercising a freedom that those blacks that came before you, fought and died for.

You mentioned Dr. King. What do you think King was doing...selling wolf tickets? No...! He fought for a constitutional amendment that makes "SURE" that you have the right to vote.

Are you a sellout? No, not in my opinion. You vote the way you see fit...that's what Dr. King fought and died for.

Are you an "Uncle Tom"? Not in my opinion. I've never thought that (and I'm not just saying it because it's your blog).

But are you WRONG? On this subject you are. You're totally missing the point! You're so tied up in "partisan hacking" you're not taking the time to recognize what Obama's win means to blacks and all Americans as a whole...WHICH INCLUDES YOU ON BOTH ISSUES!!!

Remember the "Bradley Effect" Tyrone? Well, as far as I can tell, I was wrong! Although I do now embrace a new theory. Remember I mentioned "The Spiral of Silence"? The spiral of Silence theory states that an individual is unwilling to publicly express their opinion if they believe they're in the minority. I do believe there were area's around the country where "Whites" may have not let it be known, but were "quiet" Obama supporter's and "silent" voters. Yet again, I could be wrong! But it's not me who decides if I am. As it was with the Bradley Effect, I can be proven wrong by those who don't allow themselves to be taken in by the so-called "popular opinion".

CB;"What barrier did Obama break in order to ascend to the White House allen? That is simple question. I told you a long time ago that I don't see things through the lens of race."

Oh my God... The sound barrier Tyrone... And you must be the only human being in the entire universe that doesn't notice a person race. You wouldn't make a very good "eye-witness"...

CB;"That would be very interesting to see allen. See how free you are as a black man in this country if you become a conservative and liberals find out. lol Funny how you say blacks died for us to be able to change our political views, can someone tell the Democrat establishment that little tidbit allen?"

That fact is, "YOU CAN KEEP, CHANGE OR BE STEAD FAST IN YOUR POLITICAL VIEWS"! No matter what anyone else says or thinks! Dr. Kings' efforts made that possible for you also!

Look Tyrone, it's a very simple idea. "You play the game with the cards you're dealt", and according to the rules of the game!

If you're dealt "Kings" and the other guy has "Aces", sure, you can change your bet, but when the deal is done, you can't suddenly change the rule's just to claim the victory...

In kind, you can change your political views any time you want. But you'll never be able to change your race!

You know the history of blacks in this country. That history has now and forever been "CHANGED"! This country has it's very first president (who is of a race) who's descendants were slaves. He is of a people who once were victims of "legal" discrimination, segregation, lynchings and deprivation. He, indeed is JUST LIKE YOU!

Don't hate the player Tyrone, hate the game!

3:07 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Cb says;"I have a strong feeling the GOP is going to be pushing Jindal very hard to run in 2012. Jindal originally was the rising star of the party before Palin came on the scene."

I'll make you a bet right now Tyrone. If the Evangelicals are still in control of the the Republican party in 2012, Jindal (nor no other "person of color") will get the Republican nomination... Wanna take me up on it?

3:28 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

Gee Darkstar, I thought you liberals were so "compassionate and tolerant". What a joke right?lol I'm glad you stuck your finger up at me, because I am extending it right back at you plus one. For how you Obama suporters and the media treated Governor Sarah Palin, I extend my middle finger to you Darkstar. Governor Palin's name and reputation was smeared, trashed, manipulated and insulted, and you have to nerve to get mad at me for what I said?!! I don't think so dark. Those same people that were "crying" were the same people that disrespected and called a mother of 5 children and a wife some of the most vile, repugnant, distasteful words I have ever heard in my life!!! I extend my middle finger to all of the Obama supporters and the media for how LOW THEY HAD TO SINK because they feared that a woman was going to still Obama's show!!Sarah Palin did nothing more then try to help McCain win the election, and she did NOT DESERVE THE BS you pitiful excuses for Americans leveed against her. I'm going to cut myself off right now before I really say something I may regret! Correction, I do have last thing to say. Michelle Obama said "For the first time in my life, I'm proud of my country". All I have to say is "for the first time in my life, I am ashamed of how my countrymen acted towards another person just for having different viewpoints". That's all I have to say. So it looks like we both part ways with middle fingers fully extended towards each other Darkstar.

5:59 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

P Allen "So, you believe most blacks voted for Obama "simply" because he is black... Even though he is a Democrat, and blacks have for years voted Democratic any way...?"

It wasn't that at allen, its what you said about "pride". Blacks voted in higher numbers then in recent memory out of "pride" for voting for Democrat allen? Time to be honest.

P Allen "Then CB says;"Like I said earlier allen, if a black republican was running for president, blacks would care less about "making history" for this country.You've also said that many times before""

The reason I repeated it again and again is because I'm right. If something is true and accurate, why should I change it allen?

P Allen "This is what you're saying? Blacks will vote for a black PRESIDENTIAL candidate because he's black, yet, blacks "will not" vote for a black because he's black. (duhhh?) And your only explanation for this "blatant contradiction" is because of the 2 different political parties??"

If that black candidate is a Republicans, blacks will not vote for that candidate, because in their odd mentally duped mind, they believe that candidate is a "sellout". Come on allen.

P Allen "Yet again, you believe that Colin Powell switched his vote because of race. If Powell switched, why wouldn't other blacks, REGARDLESS OF THE PARTY???? So, what is it that makes Powell different from other blacks? "

I know he switched his vote because of race. It's just a fact allen. Why would other blacks switch allen? Obama is a Democrat and most blacks are democrats, so what do you mean by swtich? Armstrong Williams and JC Watts were compelled to vote for Obama because of race and they are both Republicans as well. So once again my point is valid,

P Allen "
Where is your mind at Tyrone? What's wrong? Has something or somebody hurt you by calling you names? Sticks and stones man...sticks and stones..."

Oh please allen, you know I don't care what mentally brainwashed, intellectually challenged people think about me. I was making a point about how as a black person, my vote really isn't suppose to be my own according to others unlike whites.

p allen "
That fact is, "YOU CAN KEEP, CHANGE OR BE STEAD FAST IN YOUR POLITICAL VIEWS"! No matter what anyone else says or thinks! Dr. Kings' efforts made that possible for you also!"

The question is though allen is "why blacks think this crap in the first place"? A political party believes that I'm suppose to surrender my franchise merely because of the color of my skin and other blacks go along with it. I can't understand their mindset.

P Allen "In fact Tyrone, you're not exercising the same freedoms that whites enjoy. Throughout American history, most "Whites" have been able to exercise the right to vote. You're exercising a freedom that those blacks that came before you, fought and died for."

It's only a freedom when I can openly support who I want as a chose without people condemning me because of the color of my skin thinking they have a right to my vote.

P Allen "Are you an "Uncle Tom"? Not in my opinion. I've never thought that (and I'm not just saying it because it's your blog)."

I appreciate that allen, for a liberal your not that bad, don't tell anyone I said that, I'll deny it. lol

p allen "In kind, you can change your political views any time you want. But you'll never be able to change your race!"

You mean the Michael Jackson skin bleaching kit doesn't work allen? :-( lol. I'm just a black man that believes in the freedom of chose not enslavement allen.

P Allen "Oh my God... The sound barrier Tyrone... And you must be the only human being in the entire universe that doesn't notice a person race. You wouldn't make a very good "eye-witness"

You misunderstand allen. I notice race, everybody does unless that person is psychically blind. I just don't "obsess" over it like many blacks do. Race has it's place in my life, it's just not at the top of my list in everything I do allen. You have to admit that there are a large amount of blacks that only see "race" everywhere they go and do.

P Allen "Don't hate the player Tyrone, hate the game!"

Knowing me, I would rather change the rules of the game and have people play by my rules.lol Your right allen. Obama won the game, now it's time to change the rules for the next game.

6:37 PM  
Blogger DarkStar said...

Tyrone, once again your ignorance shines bright.

Here is how I voted.

And here is a conversation I had with a relative.

On illegal immigration.

On economics

Finally, On terrorism.

P.S. Check out the cheese grin on Condi Rice.

12:21 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

Darkstar "Tyrone, once again your ignorance shines bright. "

And once again Darkstar, your ignorance to comprehend what I say continues to surpass my already lowered expectations of you. Be that as it may. You voted for Bob Barr, good for you. One day I just might be impressed, just not today. You fail to realize that my angst wasn't directed at you for who you voted for. My angst was directed at the people that attacked Sarah Palin. Time for a quick education lesson Darkstar. Not everybody at the Obama cry fest were part of the civil rights movement of the 60's. You claim to be a smart guy dark, so do the math. Many of the people there were people in their 20's, 30's and 40's which means that they were born in the decades of the 60's, 70's, and 80's. Once again the translation is "THEY WEREN'T APART OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. I can relate to events that I have taken part in, I can only read about events that have taken place before my time. It's really just the simple darkstar.

2:35 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Darkstar;"P.S. Check out the cheese grin on Condi Rice."

Condi Rice 2012! Con-dee, Con-dee, Con-dee!!

Truthfully guys, is there anyone out there that thinks that Palin can compare with Rice in the area's of intellect, professional personality, intellect, credibility of foriegn policy issues, intellect, political astuteness and over-all governmental policy experience...and ohhh..did I forget to mention intellect?

Would Rice ever defer to, that she would "get back to a reporter" when asked a question about her idea on a foriegn policy?

Would Rice repeatedly give the wrong answer when asked what a vice President does, let alone ask the question herself?

Would it even be possible for someone to accuse Rice of not knowing that Africa is a contitnent?

The doors wide open now for blacks and women in the Republican party. Lets see if they are really serious about 2012. Obama has shown them where the country is politically. It's up to the Repub's to cut ties with the evangelicals if they want to have a "breath" of a chance in 2012.

5:25 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

P Allen "Condi Rice 2012! Con-dee, Con-dee, Con-dee!!Truthfully guys, is there anyone out there that thinks that Palin can compare with Rice in the area's of intellect, professional personality, intellect, credibility of foriegn policy issues, intellect, political astuteness and over-all governmental policy experience...and ohhh..did I forget to mention intellect?

Spare me about the pseudo intellectual prowess of the stuttering mutt known as Barack Hussein Obama allen Oddly enough people think Obama is intelligent yet his grades have yet to be released Occidental College, Columbia or Harvard. Bush and Kerry both attended Yale, and neither one is bright as a tack. A person can be book smart yet common sense stupid. Liberals are prone from suffering from that flaw.

P Allen "Condi Rice 2012! Con-dee, Con-dee, Con-dee!!"

I know your joking about that and rightfully so, it will never ever happen, thank godness.

P Allen "
Truthfully guys, is there anyone out there that thinks that Palin can compare with Rice in the area's of intellect, professional personality, intellect, credibility of foriegn policy issues, intellect, political astuteness and over-all governmental policy experience...and ohhh..did I forget to mention intellect?"

Not everybody is looking for an ivy league book smart brain for President allen. Some people like their president to have morals an values, good heart and a good head on their shoulders and where he or she stands on the issues that reflect my core values and beliefs. As for Rice, she has been a disaster in foreign policy, she has come off sounding unsure of herself and timid.

P Allen "Would Rice repeatedly give the wrong answer when asked what a vice President does, let alone ask the question herself?"

If Rice was so good in foreign policy, why didn't Obama "reach across the aisle to ask her to be his running mate for VP or ask her to be a holdover in his administration"?
http://www.lewrockwell.com/wanniski/wanniski54.html

p allen "Would Rice ever defer to, that she would "get back to a reporter" when asked a question about her idea on a foriegn policy?"

Palin answered the question wrong, but the question in itself was a joke. No governor of a state needs to have foreign policy experience or even have an actual stance on foreign policy and Palin is a governor. You can keep trying to pass of this BS as legit allen, but it won't work. If Condi Rice was asked her thoughts on the inner workings of governing a state, I wonder what she would say? Something else I noticed, Sarah Palin was never asked about her position as Governor and how she would govern as president if something was to happen to McCain. That was the question that should have been asked but of course never was.

P Allen "Would it even be possible for someone to accuse Rice of not knowing that Africa is a contitnent? "

First off, that is a rumor that McCain ads have put out, and it has been denied by Palin. If I recall right, Obama stated that the people in Afghanistan speak "arabic" which they don't.

Obama stated "He's been to 57 states"

Biden said "its a three letter words JOBS"

Obama said that "On this memorial day, we pay respect to a long line of falling soliders MANY OF THEM ARE IN THE AUDIENCE HERE TODAY"

Honsty would b nice allen, it really would. Palin has to defend herself against anonymous attacks with no way to verify how true they are, but just like the other jackals with Palin Obsession Destruction Syndrome, it doesn't matter. You can turn your head and whistle when Biden and Obama made mistakes but you just like other Obama supporters and the media don't see their wrong doing, but have high powered magnifying glass on Palin's. Thats why I dont hold Obama supporters and the media in high regards.


P Allen "
The doors wide open now for blacks and women in the Republican party. Lets see if they are really serious about 2012. Obama has shown them where the country is politically. It's up to the Repub's to cut ties with the evangelicals if they want to have a "breath" of a chance in 2012."

Wrong as usual allen. Why should the party "cut ties with evangelicals" They are the base of the Republican Party. Bush had heavy support among evangelicals and he was a two term president. McCain suffered because true conservatives didn't like McCain from the start. McCain was booed at CPAC. He was there trying to convince conservatives that he is a conservative. These are the facts. From 1980 to 2008, Republicans have controlled the white house 20 out of 28 years, and that is with evangelical support. When moderates and neo cons like Dole and McCain run, they lose. Republicans captured ongress in 1994 lead by conservative newt Gingrich and they held power in cogress for 12 years. They lost power because they started acting like liberals on many issues. Morality and family values was the core of the party and it served them well, it was when they did what you suggested and abandoned that platform is when everything went bad for them. With everything that has happened in this election. Sarah Palins popularity has not dropped. 64% of Republicans believe she should be the torch bear in 2012, Huckabee and Romney are at 12 and 11% , If anything the Demcorat Party needs to abandon the far left radicals in it's party.

P Allen "Would it even be possible for someone to accuse Rice of not knowing that Africa is a contitnent? "

I can take 100 people at random and ask them "Is Africa in the country of Kenya or somalia" I guarantee over 80% of them will chose between the two country not knowing that Africa is a country. Also those same people more then likely voted for Obama. Just like that video I posted of a person from the Howard Stern show interviewing people in Harlem.Most Americans can even name all the continents on the planet, so it will beyond sad that they would attack Palin over an anonymous rumor.

1:47 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"They are the base of the Republican Party. Bush had heavy support among evangelicals and he was a two term president."

Whether you know it or not, it was indeed the evangelicals who carried Bush over the top. Look at it this way; had they not voted at all, Bush would have surely lost Florida and Ohio in his first bid, those two states and the Carolina's in his second.

The proof is in the "puddin" Tyrone. There's an entirely new electorate in America now, and it's twice as large as the evangelical population.

Yet, I can't say it's the entire evangelical movement that's dragging the Repub's down. It's more so the "James Dobson, Jerry Falwell" faction of the group. This is the same faction that insisted that Sarah Palin be chosen as McCains running mate.

The hard line Evangelicals aren't willing to concede on any of their core principles, which in turn pushed a fairly noticeable percentage into the Obama camp. Look for a lot of younger and "ethnic" evangelicals to start to move away from the older sects over the coming elections.

8:26 PM  

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