Sunday, January 10, 2010

Al Sharpton defends Harry Reid surprise surprise.

These are the comments by racial racketeer and poverty pimp Al Shartpon in regards to the comments made by Harry Reid

Al Sharpton "I have learned of certain unfortunate comments made by Senator Reid regarding President Barack Obama and have spoken with Senator Reid about those comments. While there is no question that Senator Reid did not select the best word choice in this instance, these comments should not distract America from its continued focus on securing healthcare or creating jobs for its people. Nor should they detract from the unquestionable leadership role Senator Reid has played on these issues or in the area of civil rights. Senator Reid's door has always been open on hearing from the civil rights community on these issues and I look forward to continue to work with Senator Reid wherever possible to improve the lives of Americans everywhere."

Al Sharpton is nothing less then a piece of human garbage, and you can quote me on that. It's odd that Al didn't have the same kind hearted approach to Trent Lott and Don Imus when they made their "unfortunate comments". Liberals use race as a political weapon just like they use other divisive issues such as gender, religion and class envy. Since the NAACP didn't come out and take Harry Reid to task over his remarks, it was only natural to suspect that Al Sharpton was going to protect Harry Reid. This is how stupid and gullible Al Shartpon is. Al Sharpton represents the type of black person that Reid claimed that doesn't have a chance of becoming president. Shaprton is a" dark skinned man with a negro dialect". Like the blue dog loyalist Al Sharpton is, it's more about serving a party over exercising common decency and morality. Al Shartpon is a disgrace as a black man and as a supposed man of god. What would have been the result if a Republican in congress would have made the same comments Harry Reid made,and Micheal Steele would have came out and defended them like Al Sharpton did? What would Michael Steele be called by liberals? He would be called a loyal, boot licking, Uncle Tom. So what exactly is Al Sharpton? Harry Reid in essence said that Sharpton wasn't worthy of being president not based on his policies, but based on the type of black man that he is, and he defends him.

9 Comments:

Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Harry Reid in essence said that Sharpton wasn't worthy of being president not based on his policies, but based on the type of black man that he is, and he defends him".

Any reference to a human being's "race" is a reference to all other human beings of that same race, no matter the context of the reference.

If I say; "you're not like others of your race", doesn't that direct imply that I believe people of your "entire race" behave a certain way?? Of course it does!

I believe Harry Reid stated exactly what he believes. However, the difference between, let's say Reid and Rush Limbaugh, is that Reid offered and apology for what he see's as an insensitive comment. Therefore Reid knows what he said was wrong. Whereas, Limbaugh either doesn't know or doesn't care (I believe that latter is the the case) about his insensitivity.

So Harry Reid and folks like Limbaugh harbor these beliefs about you also Tyrone. But Reid came down off the high horse and apologized. So that leaves you, and other Black supporters of Limbaugh, to defend his "Parody of Blacks and Magic Negroes." Yet, I'm always surprised (better still "baffled") when you defend Limbaugh's racist antics.

And no, this has nothing to do with "political correctness." It's about right and wrong!

A punk rock band by the name of "The Prima Donnas" recorded a song in 1993 entitled Reagan's Dead. When Reagan died in 2004 a caller ask a popular DJ here in Detroit to play the song. Of course the DJ refused to play it based on the obvious "insensitivity" of the lyrics and title.

Limbaugh, being "media" person, and "popular" talk radio personality, knew the intent of the David Ehrenstein piece on the Senator Obama. Limbaugh and writer, Paul Shanklin, chose to distort and "racialize" Ehrensteins opinion piece.

As with the "Reagan's Dead" song, the DJ here could have simply explained as Limbaugh did by stating, "I'm just repeating what someone else said or done." His listeners (particularly those who were Reagan fans) would have understood...right?

I'll be the first to admit that I was neither a supporter, fan or voter of Ronald Reagan. Frankly, I despised most of if not all of his policies. Yet I would never be so "insensitive" to mock his death, nor disrespect his surviving families thoughts or cares for him.

Tyrone, I've seen quite a few post on your blog where the comments might have been not to kind in their opinions of you. "Tyrone the _____ ______ ______ ___." ???

Naahhhh, I'm to classy to go there...

12:01 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

I saw the 60 Minutes piece tonight on the Mark Halperin and John Heilemann book.

Can someone tell me why almost every person who had "direct" contact with Sarah Palin within the McCain campaign reflects upon her negatively?

I think I know why....

Everyone within the campaign admits that Palin was not picked because of her experience, knowledge of the issues, personal or political abilities or overall intellect. McCain chose her because of the "persona", a personality that could energize the ticket.

Basically, Palin was "used."! McCains people played her cheap...like a dollar store harmonica.

I cant remember if it was a movie or a "sit-com", where a guy wanted to date girl who walked her dog daily in a park exclusively for dogs and their owners. The guy went out and picked up a stray mutt in an alley. He fed, cleaned and groomed it just to get into the park to meet the girl. When the girl showed no interest in the guy, he threw the dog back alley.

The guy never cared about the dog, as with McCain and his people, never cared about Palin. They only had one use for her. That was to help win the election. When the election was lost, she was no longer any good to them!

With the first Black ever to receive the Democratic nomination, (and a very popular one at that) McCain's political advisers knew they needed more than just a "run of the mill" politician to challenge Barak Obama's popularity. The needed a "gimmick" and Palin was perfect for their efforts.

What they didn't count on was the truth coming out that Palin was really a "mutt." (politically and intellectually speaking that is)
Palin couldn't explain why N. Korea and S. Korea were separated, didn't know what the Fed Reserve did, and believed Saddam attacked on 9/11. She claimed that Katie Couric posed a "trick" question when she asked her "What do you read?"

Another thing the McCain folks didn't anticipate was that the "mutt" would appeal to a certain segment of the conservative movement. Some conservatives really took a shining to Palin. To them, the "Sarah persona" out weighs the fact that she's dumb as a bag of rocks.

2:03 AM  
Blogger Plumpudding81 said...

Al Sharpton is a butt kisser to his liberal white puppet masters. He's a tool and I'm not shocked by his pathetic attempt to cover for them. He makes me sick. I wish everybody would quit treating this roach like he has some authority on "black issues"!

12:35 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "Any reference to a human being's "race" is a reference to all other human beings of that same race, no matter the context of the reference. "

Do I dare ask what is your point allen? Did Eric Holder give you the talking points already or what? Reid said that whites wouldn't accept a dark skinned black man as president who has a negro dialect. It is as simple as it is stated allen. Really what it comes down to is that he was saying that white liberals wouldn't have voted for Obama if he was dark signed and had a negro dialect like AL SHARPTON, JESSE JACKSON AND CAROL MOSLEY BRAUN.

P allen "I believe Harry Reid stated exactly what he believes. However, the difference between, let's say Reid and Rush Limbaugh, is that Reid offered and apology for what he see's as an insensitive comment. Therefore Reid knows what he said was wrong. Whereas, Limbaugh either doesn't know or doesn't care (I believe that latter is the the case) about his insensitivity."

Didn't I tell you allen to send your resume in to the DNC for their open spin doctor position? If there ever was a loyal foot soldier for the DNC and liberals in general,you are it allen. You'll try and justify the unjustifiable 99.99% of the time, and you would have to think really hard about condemning that .001% Also the Alinsky deflection doesn't work here allen. This isn't about Rush Limbaugh. There is also a difference between making a racist comment and making an insensitive comment allen. I guess with liberals they are interchangeable.

12:55 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "What they didn't count on was the truth coming out that Palin was really a "mutt." (politically and intellectually speaking that is)
Palin couldn't explain why N. Korea and S. Korea were separated, didn't know what the Fed Reserve did, and believed Saddam attacked on 9/11. She claimed that Katie Couric posed a "trick" question when she asked her "What do you read?"

Your comment is that of a mutt allen. All bark and no bite. Palin since you want to inject her name into this is a former mayor, first female governor of alaska,and first female republican to run for vice president. She is also now one of the most sought after persons in America and she is now a multi millionaire. Can your accomplishments as a person eclipse that of Palin's allen seeing that you claim you are smarter then her.

p allen "
Limbaugh, being "media" person, and "popular" talk radio personality, knew the intent of the David Ehrenstein piece on the Senator Obama. Limbaugh and writer, Paul Shanklin, chose to distort and "racialize" Ehrensteins opinion piece."

You are trying to preach to the choir in this case allen, but the choir knows more then you being the preacher. I know why Limbaugh had the parody made. I even mentioned in my story. The focal point of the person signing "Barck the magic negro" was suppose to be AL SHARPTON. It is Sharpton who said Obama wasn't "AUTHENTICALLY BLACK". Once again read the sub headline to Ehrensteins article.

The Illinois senator lends himself to "white America's idealized, less-than-real black man".

Ehrensteins comment fits perfectly with Reid's comment on Obama being acceptable to whites because he is light skinned and doesn't have a negro dialect unless he wants to. Obama had the appeal because he wasn't a "real black man" as Al Sharpton said by Obama not being "authentically black", and by biden saying that Obama is a "mainstream black" which means that Obama is acceptable to whites. Put it all together allen, it isn't complex.

1:06 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"There is also a difference between making a racist comment and making an insensitive comment allen. I guess with liberals they are interchangeable".

How about a "racially insensitive" comment?? Isn't that what Harry Reid did?

Perhaps you didn't read what I said. I'll say it again....

HARRY REID'S COMMENT WAS RACIST AT IT'S CORE. WHAT REID SAID WAS RACIST.

So, in essence WE AGREE! The idea that Reid made a racist comment is something I truly believe. Although now I see that we came to the same conclusion, for entirely different reasons.

Contrary to what you've said about my being a "DNC party hack", I've never supported any politicians racist attacks against Blacks, Whites or any other race.

I support "BLACKS" for the improvement of the present state of economic, spiritual and political mayhem that we now have in the cities and towns when we reside in large numbers.

I don't care what the DNC or "white" liberals do. SCREW EM'! In that same vane, I don't care what the RNC or "white" conservatives do. SCREW THEM AS WELL!

Now I want all of you here to read the next statement and keep it in the simple context for which it is meant.

WHEN IT COMES TO WHITES (liberals, conservatives or otherwise) THERE'S ABSOLUTELY NOTHING THEY CAN OR SHOULD DO TO "HELP" BLACKS WHO ARE LAGGING BEHIND ECONOMICALLY AND SOCIALLY. IN ORDER TO IMPROVE OUR SOCIAL AGENDA WE [BLACKS] NEED TO FOCUS ENTIRELY ON OUR OWN!

If American Blacks as a whole were economically productive, astute and cohesive spiritually and politically, Reid could have never made such a statement!

If Black communities were thriving bastions of economic wealth, powerful political stability, and a large part of America's backbone of corporate business was owned and ran by blacks, Reids statements would have been ignored.

4:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You people are falling for the same game.. The so called "sell-out", "Uncle-Tom" games..

The point of the matter is that People, regardless of political affiliation stick by those that they work with or those that happen to be on their political party.

Sharpton, might I add is NOT in politics, he is a voice, he self representative per say. So to focus on him is to get distracted from what the focus should be..

When all is said and done.. It's about Policies and Actual legislation for and about the black community.. Mere "racial words" should not detract us from that focus..

If we let "words" and "apologies" sway and detract us, we are no different, than those we wail against.

12:54 PM  
Blogger JMK said...

"I believe Harry Reid stated exactly what he believes. (PAA)


Not only is it what Harry Reid believes, what he said was pretty much a fact - any candidate who spoke improperly, whether from the South Bronx or Appalachia, wouldn't stand a chance in hell of being elected in America.

Poor speech is usually an accurate predictor of the speaker's education and aptitude....so Reid's statement is fairly true, although his central fact cuts across all racial lines.

Americans won't vote for a poor speaker, nor one with a decidedly ethnic accent...and rightly so.

11:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Honorable Sharpton:
I applaud you on your civil rights movements for all. Racial/ethnic profiling can cause more harm than good. If Arizona is really only concerned with illegal immigration, why did they pass a law that limited the facts that can be tauch on latino, African-American and native American studies?
Respectfully,

Juan E. Molina

4:21 PM  

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