Much Ado About Kanye

September 15, 2009 at 11:01 am | Posted in Celebrities, Children, Hollywood, Kanye West, Racism, Regginocracy, Social Media, Twitter | 7 Comments
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Kanye West at the VMA's

Kanye West at the VMA's

There’s a lot being said recently on Twitter about Kanye West and his shenanigans on the Video Music Awards on Sunday Night.   Personally, I didn’t hear about it until Monday, because I opted instead to watch something else on TV that evening.  Frankly, I’m not a huge fan of Hollywood type award shows – they often come off to me as a huge circle jerk where all the Hollywood/Entertainment types just sit around and suck each other off.  Not my cup of tea.

I’m glad I had it recorded, because I would’ve never, EVER believed that a music awards show would be so STUPID as to allow this jackass (Obama’s words, not mine) to do this AGAIN.  Back in 2006, Kanye jumped the stage at another awards show to cry about things not going his way. Continue Reading Much Ado About Kanye…

Racism: Alive and Well in your Local Schools

August 26, 2009 at 7:07 am | Posted in Children, Government, Propaganda, Racism, Regginocracy, Schools, Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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A reader sent me the following form.  For privacy purposes, their personal information has been redacted.

Are your local schools promoting racism?

Are your local schools promoting racism?

What’s disturbing about this form is that the reader’s local school system finds it necessary for parents to declare their children as a specific race.  WTF?

We’re spoon-fed a lot of rhetoric by the Government, mass media and idiot politicians about the evils of identifying people by their race.  There are even unnecessary Hate Crime statutes across the country which add penalties to crimes which are motivated solely by race. (crime is crime, folks) Continue Reading Racism: Alive and Well in your Local Schools…

Let’s set the record straight on Healthcare Opponents

August 7, 2009 at 11:11 am | Posted in democrats, disinformation, healthcare, Politics, Regginocracy | 2 Comments
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Here’s an email I got today from the ‘we always have our hand out because the other one is in your pocket‘ idiots at Moveon.org :

On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 11:56 AM, Justin Ruben, MoveOn.org Political Action <moveon-help@list.moveon.org> wrote:

Dear MoveOn member,

It’s getting ugly out there.

All across the country, right-wing extremists are disrupting congressional town-hall meetings with venomous attacks on President Obama’s plans for health care and clean energy.

  • Last night in Tampa, Florida, a town hall meeting erupted into violence, with the police being called to break up fist fights and shoving matches.1
  • A Texas Democrat was shouted down by right-wing hecklers, many of whom admitted they didn’t even live in his district.2
  • One North Carolina representative announced he wouldn’t be holding any town-hall meetings after his office began receiving death threats.3
  • And in Maryland, protesters hung a Democratic congressman in effigy to oppose health-care reform.4

We’ve got a plan to fight back against these radical right-wingers. We’ve hired skilled grassroots organizers who are working with thousands of local volunteers to show Congress that ordinary Americans continue to support President Obama’s agenda for change. And we’re building new online tools to track events across the country and make sure MoveOn members turn out at each one.

But we need to scale up our efforts quickly to make sure this plan works. To really swing into action during this month’s congressional recess, we need to raise at least $250,000 immediately. Can you chip in $20 to support our work?

[link deleted because the idea of giving these morons any money is just too pornographic]

If the shouts of the right-wing mobs are the only voices our senators and representatives hear over the recess, we’ll have a hard time passing health care and clean energy legislation.

That’s why we’re launching our Heat Up Congress campaign so quickly to fight back, using new technology to implement rapid response town hall turnout, organizing personal phone calls from small business leaders and donors to their representatives, running new ads, and activating an energized network of on-the-ground organizers and volunteers.

This month could decide the future of health care and clean energy in America—and we’re already one week in. If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines, now’s the time to get involved. Talk to your neighbors, go to a town hall meeting—and today, please chip in $20 to support our work.

First Lie: These aren’t right-wing extremists. They’re US Citizens.

You don’t get a chance to tell me another lie, so I stopped reading after that. Nice try though. Next?

-Mobius-

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