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‘You are just a vote’ ad by former Dem calls for African Americans to wake up

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This is from BizPac Review.

 

I’ll have those n*ggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.” — Lyndon B. Johnson

 

 

In what Fox News called one of the tightest and most expensive races in the country, Louisiana state Sen. Elbert Guillory blasted Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu in a new ad that’s spreading like wildfire.

Guillory’s switch to the Republican Party last year tells a bigger story. He said African Americans across the nation need to wake up and realize that Democrats may not be adequately representing them.

In the ad, Guillory criticizes Landrieu’s lavish lifestyle and lack of connection with the African American community.

“While you scrounge together food stamps to buy Kool-Aid, she sips champagne at cocktail parties,” Guillory said in the ad. “While you dig through the couch looking for gas money, she flies around in private jets funded by taxpayer dollars. But Mary Landrieu knows she doesn’t have to do anything for our community, because no matter what she does, 95 percent of us will line up and vote for her every single time.”

Guillory told “Your World” host Neil Cavuto that African Americans voters should be wary of Landrieu’s narrative and make conscious decisions while voting or risk facing another “one-night stand.”

“A part of it is the propaganda machine that the Democrats have, but the truth is that we are like victims of a one-night stand every six years,” Guillory told Cavuto. “Every six years, Mary comes and says, ‘We’re going to turn your community into Eden, we’re going to bring jobs, and then we’re going to schools — the schools are going to work. We’re going to make it safe.’”

The ad has gone viral since its release Tuesday, hitting roughly 25,000 websites and exposing a growing rift in the Democratic Party.

“Republicans don’t know us, and they don’t know us because we’re not sitting at their table,” Guillory said to Cavuto. “Or very few of us are sitting at their table. It’s an unfortunate thing, but the good news is that more of us are crossing over and sitting at the Republican table, understanding and telling our community that we cannot put all of our eggs in one basket.”

Read more about Guillory’s political change of heart here.

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Joe Piscopo’s confessions of a disillusioned Democrat

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This is from The Washington Times.

Joe you do not know a thing about history.

Lyndon Johnson was a racist and did not favor civil rights, but used civil rights as a way to keep blacks on the DemocRat Plantation. 

‎”These Negroes, they‘re getting pretty uppity these days and that‘s a problem for us since they‘ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we‘ve got to do something about this, we‘ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.”

“I’ll have them niggers voting Democratic for the next two hundred years.”

~Lyndon B. Johnson (Democrat).

Franklin Roosevelt was an unabashed socialist and never gave a damn about anything but more power.

I am not a member of any organized political party. I am a Democrat.

Will Rogers

 

– – Thursday, August 14, 2014

I’m a Democrat. I’ve been a Democrat my entire life.

I used to utter those two sentences with pride and would shout them from the highest rooftops. Now, I’m almost embarrassed to say those words.

 

I almost can’t articulate my political affiliation in public (or on the radio) without immediately offering an apology and an explanation.

How did I get here?

I’ve been asking myself that question a lot lately. The more I ask it, the more I come to the realization that I haven’t changed all that much. Sure, I’m a little older OK, a lot older. I have a few more children (one at every exit in New Jersey). I am also a little closer to collecting Social Security than I might’ve been a few years ago. However, in examining the current state of world affairs and the political landscape, the more I realize that the Democratic Party has changed far more than I have.

Contrary to popular belief, my first exposure to Democratic politicians wasn’t when I played Jimmy Carter in my first episode of “Saturday Night Live.” I’ve always been a political junkie and followed politics, the way my friends followed sports. My parents never told me where they were politically or where I should be. They encouraged an independent streak, a healthy skepticism of authority, coupled with a large dose of common sense and a love of country that was all-consuming.

My father was a proud Italian-American, but the American was second to no other nationality. “Pop” was a World War II veteran and a brilliant lawyer who devoted his professional life representing the working class, particularly new legal immigrants.

I was a Democrat because I believed in civil rights, like Lyndon Johnson. I was a Democrat because while it was clear to me that the Republican politicians were out of touch and cared for only the upper class, Democrats like Franklin Roosevelt cared for the masses and helping the working man. I was a Democrat because I believed in a strong defense and opposed communism, like John F. Kennedy. And I was a Democrat because I loved the fact that Kennedy understood we needed lower marginal tax rates.

By and large, none of these values are represented in the Democratic Party today. From where I’m standing, the party has largely abandoned its commitment to civil rights and instead allows race-baiters to be national power brokers. As spokesman for the Boys and Girls Clubs of New Jersey, I am hurt that there is not one Democrat in Washington who cares enough about the great inner cities of this country to help those in dire distress from poverty and crime. These cities are in worse shape than those countries from which all those illegal “children” crossing our borders daily are coming.

In my home state, if I can walk the streets of Camden to try to help the disenfranchised, why can’t the Democrat in the White House walk the South Side of his hometown and do the same? In terms of caring for the working class, it seems as though Democrats are more interested in catering to the special interests, such as the trial lawyers, lobbyists and George Soros who fund their campaigns — rather than fighting for small-business relief to allow a higher minimum wage or (God forbid) middle-class tax relief.

Most disheartening, though, is the Democrats’ weak commitment to a strong defense and maintaining America’s place in the world as the only superpower. All I see is an American foreign policy led by a Democratic administration that is floundering when it comes to things like dealing with Iraq, Russia and Syria, inept when it comes to crises like Benghazi, and weak at the knees when it comes to protecting our strongest Middle Eastern ally, Israel.

I guess a big part of the reason I’m a Democrat has to do with who I am. I grew up idolizing the larger-than-life-personas I’ve encountered over the years in music, sports, movies and business. Which, of course, explains my fondness for “The Old Man,” as we affectionately called Frank Sinatra. I grew up believing that all of the rock-star personas were Democrats — no bigger star in the world than Kennedy. Lyndon Johnson had a Texas swagger that got things done, and Ed Koch could host “Saturday Night Live” as well as any other politician.

In politics today, where are today’s larger-than-life figures, ready to inspire the next generation of public servants to “ask not what your country can do for you”?

When I met President Reagan, I felt inspired. I want to feel inspired again. Like Reagan, I think the time has come for me to leave the party I’ve been a member of my entire life — not because I want to leave it, but because it has already left me.

I don’t think I’m ready to become a Republican yet (although despite their lack of solutions, I still find myself rooting for the Republicans in the midterm elections for the first time I can recall).

In good conscience, however, I can’t continue to call myself a Democrat.

In becoming an independent, I think I’m maintaining the independent (dare I say, libertarian?) mindedness and patriotism that my parents endowed me with. For the country’s sake and for their own, I hope the Democrats wake up.

I am also hopeful that we, the people, will wake up and strongly feel, with heart and soul, what my family always instilled in me and what is sadly absent in many of today’s political leaders: the love, the appreciation and an unapologetic pride of being an American.

Joe Piscopo is an actor, comedian and host of “The Joe Piscopo Show” on AM 970 The Answer in New York.

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Lies, Damned Lies, and LIE-berals

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Hat Tip To Bullets First.

 

 

For most of you I don’t need to tell you that liberals love to lie in order to get their way.  They lie with misleading statistics, they lie with overblown rhetoric, they lie with dogs and rise with fleas.

If you listen to the gun hating liberals lie you would think that you could go to a gun show and buy a nuclear weapon, that there is such a thing as “assault” weapons, and that blood has been running in the streets since the invention of gun powder.  Fortunately their Nazi-esque “Big Lie” has been so soundly refuted by little things like reality and logic that it has trans-morphed into little more than mouth foaming background noise.

But one of the most disingenuous lies that liberals like to spout off, and too often gets traction, is the lies against people they wish to destroy.

 

There cause celebre of the moment are comments made by Cliven Bundy.  You may have heard of Clive, he had the AUDACITY to stand up against a criminal government entity that was cattle rustling him in a ploy to bankrupt him off his land.

See, unlike our “fearless” president Obama, some people like Bundy don’t believe that it is very audacious to sit around “hoping” that someone will come along and save you.  Bundy and the grassroot militia of patriots that stood with him took action and drove of the cattle rustling and wild horse slaughter criminal organization, the Bureau of Land Management.

While some raised Bundy to the level of folk hero, it didn’t take long for the liberal media elite to manufacture a non story into a character assassination by taking edited a Bundy interview in order to make him seem racist.

This is the part of an interview that Bundy gave that has been widely edited out of liberal media circles:

So what I’ve testified to you — I was in the Watts riot, I seen the beginning fire and I seen that last fire. What I seen is civil disturbance. People are not happy, people are thinking they don’t have their freedoms, they didn’t have these things, and they didn’t have them.

We’ve progressed quite a bit from that day until now, and we sure don’t want to go back. We sure don’t want the colored people to go back to that point. We sure don’t want these Mexican people to go back to that point. And we can make a difference right now by taking care of some of these bureaucracies, and do it in a peaceful way.

Seems like Bundy is talking about all people coming together for their rights.  That all people deserve them in this country of ours.  And if someone wants to point out that he uses the term “colored” people, cry me a river.  I think African-American is a racist term that people created in order to further seperate blacks from whites.  That is why you won’t see it used in context on this site.  We are all Americans.  Unless you are an actual immigrant from Africa (like our president…haha I kid i kid…maybe?) then you are not an African American…you are just an American, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

But I digress, back to Bundy.  Through malicious editing that is the liberal medias hallmark the only part of the Bundy interview that was getting any airtime was this:

Let me tell, talk to you about the Mexicans, and these are just things I know about the Negroes. I want to tell you one more thing I know about the negro. When I go, went, go to Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and I would see these little government houses, and in front of that government house the door was usually open and the older people and the kids — and there’s always at least a half a dozen people sitting on the porch. They didn’t have nothing to do. They didn’t have nothing for their kids to do. They didn’t have nothing for their young girls to do.

And because they were basically on government subsidy — so now what do they do? They abort their young children, they put their young men in jail, because they never, they never learned how to pick cotton. And I’ve often wondered are they were better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things? Or are they better off under government subsidy?

You know they didn’t get more freedom, they got less freedom — they got less family life, and their happiness — you could see it in their faces – they wasn’t happy sitting on that concrete sidewalk. Down there they was probably growing their turnips — so that’s all government, that’s not freedom.

To be honest, I don’t have a problem with what he said on the second part either.  BUT, if that is all there was perhaps some race baiter could claim that Bundy lacked racial tact.  But get past the word negro and what do you have, a rather astute posit of the plight of Americans who are black.  In Bundy’s youth how far had Blacks come from the Emancipation Proclamation?  Were they living the dream or had them been bamboozled into exchanging one set of chains for another?  With the second set all the more nefarious because they couldn’t be seen or felt on the outside…but rather only on the inside.

Of course the liberals can’t imagine actually have a dialogue about how they have hijacked black society in order to create a perpetual dependency on the governement and in so doing a solid voting bloc for their party.

But to say that Bundy was disparaging non-whites as lazy by nature is silly once you hear the rest of the interview…the other part that the liberals lie about in order to create their own version of events to destroy a man’s name who happened to stand up for himself.

Now, let me talk about the Spanish people. You know, I understand that they come over here against our Constitution and cross our borders. But they’re here and they’re people — and I’ve worked side by side a lot of them.

Don’t tell me they don’t work, and don’t tell me they don’t pay taxes. And don’t tell me they don’t have better family structures than most of us white people. When you see those Mexican families, they’re together, they picnic together, they’re spending their time together, and I’ll tell you in my way of thinking they’re awful nice people. And we need to have those people join us.

So after exposing the liberal lies of character assassination, what can they really critizice Bundy for?  Not using the PC terms?  Good for him, political correctness is tyranny with manners.  As his actions have shown, Mr. Bundy does not take kindly to tyranny.

Here’s a few comments from blacks who side with Mr. Bundy.  First is a Marine who goes by Charlie Delta:

Just because Picasso’s view of the world was abstract, does it negate the fact that his art was genuine? Furthermore, if you take the time to do your own research, you’ll find that his statements about some black Americans actually hold weight. He posed a hypothetical question. He said, “I wonder IF” … Hell, I’m black and I often wonder about the same about the decline of the black family.  

You can read Delta’s entire comments at The Black Sphere

Jason Bullock, 6 year army veteran, was asked by CNN if he, as a black man, now felt betrayed by Bundy’s comments:

Mr. Bundy is not a racist. Ever since I’ve been here, he’s treated me with nothing but hospitality. He’s pretty much treating me just like his own family. I would take a bullet for that man if need be. I look up to him just like I do my own grandfather. I believe in his cause and after having met Mr. Bundy a few times, I have a really good feel about him and I’m a pretty good judge of character.”

Funny how liberals need to take comments out of context in order to make people seem racist.  I mean, it is so easy to just look at actual racists:

“Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”

“The Klan is needed today as never before and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia …. It is necessary that the order be promoted immediately and in every state of the Union. Will you please inform me as to the possibilities of rebuilding the Klan in the Realm of W. Va …. I hope that you will find it convenient to answer my letter in regards to future possibilities.”

– Former Klansman and US Senator Robert Byrd, a man who was referred to by many Democrats as the “conscience of the Senate”

“I’ll have those n*ggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

– Lyndon B. Johnson to two governors on Air Force One according Ronald Kessler’s Book, “Inside The White House”

“You f*cking Jew bastard.” — Hillary Clinton to political operative Paul Fray verified by Fray and 3 witnesses.

“You cannot go to a 7-11 or Dunkin Donuts unless you have a slight Indian Accent.” -then Senator Joe Biden

So what if the liberal party is full of racist klan members who think they are better than minorities?  It’s not like the media will ever report THAT.

LIE-berals are good at protecting other LIE-berals and will bury their opposition regardless of what the truth may be.


The manufactured lies of the left can only find purchase if we buy into it.  Don’t feed the trolls.
Read more at http://bulletsfirst.net/2014/04/27/lies-damned-lies-lie-berals/#vF4QepZP3mJEmPW5.99

These Presidents Told Lies

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Hat Tip to Current Opinions of News.

 

LBJ:

We were attacked (in the Gulf of Tonkin)

Nixon:

I am not a crook

GHW Bush:

Read my lips – No new taxes

Clinton:

I did not have sex with that woman… Miss Lewinski

GW Bush:

Iraq has weapons of mass destruction

Obama:
I will have the most transparent administration in history.
The stimulus will fund shovel-ready jobs.
I am focused like a laser on creating jobs.
The IRS is not targeting anyone.
It was a spontaneous riot about a movie.
If I had a son.
I will put an end to the type of politics that “breeds division, conflict and cynicism”.
You didn’t build that!
I will restore trust in Government.
The Cambridge cops acted stupidly.
The public will have 5 days to look at every bill that lands on my desk
It’s not my red line – it is the world’s red line.
Whistle blowers will be protected in my administration.
We got back every dime we used to rescue the banks and auto companies, with interest.
I am not spying on American citizens.
ObamaCare will be good for America
You can keep your family doctor.
Premiums will be lowered by $2500.
If you like it, you can keep your current healthcare plan
It’s just like shopping at Amazon
I knew nothing about “Fast and Furious” gunrunning to Mexican drug cartels
I knew nothing about IRS targeting conservative groups
I knew nothing about what happened in Benghazi
I never met my uncle from Kenya who is in the country illegally and who was arrested and told to leave the country more than 20 years ago.
And, I never lived with that uncle. (He finally admitted today, (12-05-2013) that he DID know his uncle and that he DID live with him.)

And the biggest one of all:
“I, Barrack Hussein Obama, pledge to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America.”

Now—who do you think is/was the biggest liar of them all?

The first black president. It is truly a shame the first black president has turned out to be the biggest crook, the biggest fraud, and the most unqualified ever to be sworn into the office of the POTUS (President Of The United States).

Civil Wrongs: Lyndon B. Johnson

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This is from The Black Sphere.

The DemocRats are the people that fought against civil rights.

The DemocRats like George Wallace,Bull Connor, Strobe Talbot

Orval Faubus and Bill Clinton’s mentor J.William Fulbright.

But the history revisionist have rewritten history to make

The Republicans look bad instead the DemocRats

The DemocRats are not on the side of the angles.

 

Not only did Lyndon B. Johnson most likely steal the 1948 Senatorial election, he was also WRONGLY attributed for championing civil rights laws!

civil wrongs lbj

Another exclusive graphic of Civil Wrongs…

It was the Republicans who fought for and were responsible for the passage of civil rights laws, not LBJ. Revisionist history, taught by Liberal dogma saturated educators, has propagated lies about the civil rights movement for almost 50 years!

Lyndon Johnson remarking on civil rights in 1957:

“These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference. For if we don’t move at all, then their allies will line up against us and there’ll be no way of stopping them, we’ll lose the filibuster and there’ll be no way of putting a brake on all sorts of wild legislation. It’ll be Reconstruction all over again.”

And concerning LBJ’s civil rights record:

Lyndon Johnson, who represented the [former] Confederate state of Texas and had been installed in his position by Southern Democrats precisely in order to block civil rights legislation. Until the 1950s, Johnson’s record of opposition to all civil rights legislation was spotless. But he was ambitious and wanted to be president. . . .

After dragging his feet on the civil rights bill throughout much of 1957, Johnson finally came to the conclusion that the tide had turned in favor of civil rights and he needed to be on the right side of the issue if he hoped to become president. . . .

 

Please! No More Bush Presidents

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This is from Godfather Politics.

I say not only no more Bush President I also say no more Clinton 

Presidents either and Oh Hell no to any more Obama’s.

We need more Ronald Reagan’s and no more Bush ,Clinton,

Obama and Johnson Presidents.

 

Jeb Bush is considering running for President in 2016. Please spare us. It’s just what the Republicans need. The second Bush barely eked out his 2000 and 2004 wins. It was his policies that created the Obama refrain, “It was Bush’s fault.” And much of it was, although the fault was created long before either Bush got into office. The media will have a field day.

What does Jeb Bush have to offer? He does speak Spanish.

Last month, Jeb Bush said that he would govern like Lyndon Johnson if he were ever elected as President. It would be worse than a Mormon from Massachusetts. I can see the conservative opposition now:

“Jeb Bush said that he will govern like Lyndon Johnson. You remember President Johnson. As Ronald Reagan said, Johnson’s Great Society started a war on poverty, and ‘poverty won.’”

Johnson was a smooth-talking bully. He was the guy who helped pass a law that prohibited churches from speaking out on politics. In addition to his expansion of the federal government, his policies ended up creating a multi-generational poverty class. The once-intact black family has been fragmented and made dependent on the government creating a perpetual voting class.

Tony Lee explained the nature of Jeb Bush’s fascination with President Lyndon Johnson’s governing style:

“He vowed to approach the presidency as ‘master of the Senate,’ as biographer Robert Caro described Johnson.

“‘He went and he cajoled, he begged, he threatened, he loved, he hugged, he did what leaders do, which is they personally get engaged to make something happen,’ Bush said of Johnson. Bush cited Caro’s latest book about Johnson, The Passage of Powerwhich covers the first part of Johnson’s presidency.”

I would rather he had mentioned Ronald Reagan’s governing style, especially how he took his policy initiatives directly to the people. Reagan didn’t try to smooth talk the Senate. The Democrats hated him and his policies. Reagan told the truth to the people who put him into office. The pressure of the people forced the Senate to act.

The shining and long-term effect of Reagan’s legacy was his stand for truth in the face of opposition from members of his own staff. “Truth before friendship,” as the saying goes.

It was under Reagan that the former Soviet Union began its slide toward collapse without a shot being fired. I’ll take Reagan’s methods any day rather than cajoling and begging the opposition.

It was Reagan’s foreign policy “experts” who wanted him to be more “loving” toward the leader of the Soviet Union. They were the same people who wanted Reagan to remove the line “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” from his speech at the Brandenburg Gate near the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987.

Here’s the important part of the story. Even Reagan’s administration officials wanted him to cut the line from his speech because they believed it to be an “outright affront to the Soviet leadership.” Here’s what Peter Robinson, Reagan’s speech writer, says happened:

“[T]he speech was circulated to the State Department and the National Security Council. Both attempted to squelch it. The assistant secretary of state for Eastern European affairs challenged the speech by telephone. A senior member of the National Security Council staff protested the speech in memoranda. The ranking American diplomat in Berlin objected to the speech by cable. The draft was naive, it would raise false hopes. It was clumsy, it was needlessly provocative. State and the NSC submitted their own alternate drafts — my journal records that there were no fewer than seven, including one written by the diplomat in Berlin. In each, the call to tear down the wall was missing.

The Berlin Wall came down, East and West Berlin reunited, and the Soviet Union collapsed. The Eastern Bloc nations regained their sovereignty and borders.

We need another Reagan, not another Lyndon Baines Johnson. Mr. Bush, please spare us another electoral disaster.

Read more: http://godfatherpolitics.com/9732/please-no-more-bush-presidents/#ixzz2OxGRKGkH

 

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