Sunday, January 31, 2010

Obama Polarization Front

Obama's latest foray into appearing to make nice with the Republican Opposition resulted in a dismal failure. Quite frankly they like the American Public aren't buying it anymore. Watch as Obama's frustrated anger turns postal towards the American People as they realize the Emperor has no cloths. Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. He is a phoney and a liar greatly concerned that his image is what he wants you and his staff to think he is, but similar to Bill and Hillary Clinton when time and fatigue set in they can no longer hold on to this false face and the warts start showing through and the true nature of the beast reveals itself. Republicans should face the facts that the only way to stop this Progressive freight train is to impeach the criminal, break the strangle hold control of the legislature from the Progressive radical Democrats and return the power to the people.

Bush delusionally old school tries the old approach of keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Unfortunately today's enemies are far more dangerous and lethal to the survival of America. They like the Croc on the lake transporting the his delusional lunch accross the lake only to eat him in the end have no intention of changing their agenda or listening to the will of the people. The main goal of these progressives is power OVER the people and ENSLAVEMENT of the people. These Elitists have theirs and don't want any of the low life populous to have the opportunity to achieve the same successes. Like Planned Parenthood's founder Margaret Sanger they believe in a hybrid Eugenics if you will on the American Dream for the ignorant throng who don't deserve to reproduce the fruits of such a dream. Oh they like the Croc will talk the talk of how they care for us and only want to remake American into some kind of redistributed utopia in which no one is sick or hungry. But folks this OZ will be more like the OZ on the cable network show. A prison of our own making if we buy into this. If I were the Bushes I would decline every invitation to make Obama and the Clintons look like the great Messiah. None of the American people would think less of you. They seem to ask for your help out of one side of their mouth and then crucify you out of the other blaming all the world's ills on you. Quite frankly I think the Bushes are being far nicer than God would be. Stop it.

Duplicity is king in the Obama Administration in which they criticize corporate America for rewards for jobs well done and at the same time take expensive frivolous trips on the taxpayers dime when we are in the "Greatest economic crisis since the great depression." He criticizes the control and influence of lobbiests, but employs more lobbiests than any other president and regularly consults and recruits union bosses for election help and rewards them with cherry tax payer dollars and federal legislative support.

Finally the American Public is waking up to the reality of this flim flam artist and the scales are falling from their eyes. Republicans take the lead of the people and stop trying to pick up what crumbs these dictators dain to toss your way from the scraps at their table. Better yet grab them with your teeth in their rear and drag them out from the table and out the door. Stop being the slave to the Master. Take the pack leadership back and represent the People instead of being flattered and conjolled into what these delusional nuts think is best.

Don't agree to allow this poser in the people's house make your fiscally responsible prosperous state pay for corrupt irresponsible states. Decentralize governance. Return the checks and balances back to the Federal Government and follow the documents of the founding fathers. Do not allow this phoney baloney community organizer to polaraize your efforts to return America to it's former glory before the advent of Woodrow Wilson and the Progressive Charge. Return the power to the people. I think the FBI and the Supreme Court will be more than willing to help you now.

I had a friend the other day asked me if I ever had anything nice to say about Obama and Clinton and would I. I honestly told him no. These guys have a long history of being duplicitous liars and con artists of the highest level. The fruits of anything they have done is rotten. The district Obama represented in Chicago has public housing so bad the rats are leaving. The crime and unemployment there have increased so much that police are scared to walk the streets. Clinton's State Arkansas had the lowest national income and the lowest education level for it's people. He was being investigated for and found guilty of drug trafficking and drug use. However his Arkansas mafia threated the life of the government investigation leader so much she left town and didn't finish the investigation to prosecution. Much like the legislature's dropped cases on Clinton and his wife on Travelgate, Sexual Harassement of Staff etc. Following the Clinton debacle of the community reinvestment act mandate to banks,choosing to watch golf games on TV rather than finishing a mission to get Bin Lauden we were left with terrorists attacks on American shores and a crippled economy. These guys can white wash themselves as much as they want, but sooner or later the truth of who they really are and have been will surface. Will I ever say anything nice? No because I know that they will never do the things they say they will and all they are after is personal wealth and power. They couldn't give a rat's butt about you or me. As a matter of fact they hate everyone. Like Nero playing the violin as Rome burned. These guys are despots to the end.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Civil Rights Lesser Known Heroes

Martin Luther King became the face and the speaker for the civil rights movement and later the best known martyr. We know much about Dr. King such as his emphasis on peaceful resistance inspired by Ghandi,the personal attacks meant to defuse the civil rights movement by then President Kennedy and the FBI and the later same allegations brought up again by the same Democratically controlled states to stop the drive for MLK day. We know that Ronald Reagan finally able to sign the bill for MLK Day said, "But traces of bigotry still mar America. So, each year on Martin Luther King Day, let us not only recall Dr. King, but rededicate ourselves to the Commandments he believed in and sought to live every day: Thou shall love thy God with all thy heart, and thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself. And I just have to believe that all of us -- if all of us, young and old, Republicans and Democrats, do all we can to live up to those Commandments, then we will see the day when Dr. King's dream comes true, and in his words, ``All of God's children will be able to sing with new meaning, `. . . land where my fathers died, land of the pilgrim's pride, from every mountainside, let freedom ring."And we know that later President George Bush would sign a proclamation making MLK Day a Federal Holiday saying,"But we must recall them daily, for while he did so much, there is much that remains to be done, in particular -- and I know how strongly Reverend Hooks feels about this -- particularly when we hear of bombings, obscene phone calls, hate mail. Each one of us must speak out. And there is no place for the baggage of bigotry in the United States of America."

But I am not here to recount every accomplishment of Martin Luther King today. I am relating to you about three brave young men. Martyrs not so well know from the Civil Rights Movement. From the website I reprint their story:

Civil Rights Workers: Death in Mississippi
Murder of 3 civil rights workers leads to FBI manhunt

A 44-day search discovered the bodies of the murdered civil rights workers Andrew Goodman, James Chaney and Michael Schwerner.

A 44-day search discovered the bodies of the murdered civil rights workers Andrew Goodman, James Chaney and Michael Schwerner.
This article is excerpted from the book Free At Last: The U.S. Civil Rights Movement, published by the Bureau of International Information Programs. View the entire book (PDF, 3.6 MB).

By: Philip Dray
The author of Capitol Men: The Epic Story of Reconstruction Through the Lives of the First Black Congressmen, Dray is also the co-author, with Seth Cagin, of We Are Not Afraid: The Story of Goodman, Schwerner, and Chaney, and the Civil Rights Campaign for Mississippi.

The murders of civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner by a conspiracy of police and Ku Klux Klansmen in Mississippi on June 21, 1964, was one of the pivotal events of the civil rights movement. Because two of the victims were white — and their disappearance baffled investigators for almost the entire summer of 1964 — the case became a national preoccupation, bringing the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and world press attention to tiny Philadelphia, Mississippi, the town where the young men had disappeared.

Mississippi was historically a conservative state(FRG's note. Revisionist code language suggesting Republican control. Nope. Democratically controlled and run by Democrat Governor Paul B Johnson who said he knew some of the klansmen that did it and in fact they had backed him in his bid for governor. where whites exercised considerable control over the majority black population; over the years, it had developed a strong distrustful attitude toward outsiders or anyone who threatened “the southern way of life,” meaning segregation and the denial of many basic rights to black people. As early as 1961, civil rights workers had targeted Mississippi for efforts to encourage expanded voting rights, for in its repressive environment, few blacks were allowed to vote. The voter registration work was difficult, however, with volunteers frequently being beaten and arrested.

Fearing that the rest of the United States did not fully understand the importance of these events, the civil rights movement hatched a plan to create the Mississippi Summer Project, later known as Freedom Summer, in which 1,000 northern college students, mostly white, would flood the state to help with voter registration and, by their presence, make Mississippi’s situation better known. At the prospect of such an “invasion,” local resistance stiffened; belligerent state leaders vowed opposition, and the Ku Klux Klan, a white vigilante group that historically had employed violence and intimidation to enforce regional racial customs, was revived.

In 2005, 41 years after the deaths of Goodman, Chaney and Schwerner, Edgar Ray Killen was convicted of the murders.

In 2005, 41 years after the deaths of Goodman, Chaney and Schwerner, Edgar Ray Killen was convicted of the murders.On the very first day of Freedom Summer, June 21, the three civil rights workers — Chaney, a local black Mississippian who was 21; Goodman, a 20-year old New York college student; and Schwerner, a social worker from New York’s Lower East Side who at 24 was already a veteran activist — drove to the remote black hamlet of Longdale to investigate a recent Klan assault. They had visited previously in the hope of opening a class to teach blacks how to register to vote.

After meeting with their contacts there and viewing the charred remains of a church the Klan had set on fire, the young men were heading west toward the county seat of Philadelphia when Deputy Sheriff Cecil Ray Price stopped them for speeding. He placed them under arrest and escorted them to the Neshoba County jail. The civil rights workers, while naturally suspicious of the local police, did not resist. Like everyone in their movement, they believed in the power of nonviolence and nonconfrontation to attain They had no way of knowing that Price was part of a Klan conspiracy to hold them in jail until a mob could be assembled.

Later that night the deputy released the three boys, who immediately returned to their car and began driving toward Meridian, where they were based, about a half hour’s drive south. Out on the dark rural highway, however, a Klan posse of vehicles, including that of Deputy Price, chased down the civil rights workers. Removing them to a secluded area nearby, the Klansmen pulled their victims from the car, shot and killed them, and secreted their bodies in an earthen dam being built on a neighborhood dairy farm.

A 44-day search ensued, as FBI agents dispatched by President Lyndon Johnson scoured the state. All summer long the world read reports of the mystery, while Mississippi officials refused to even investigate the case, insisting that the disappearance of the men was likely a hoax. When, on August 4, the FBI finally located the dead civil rights workers, a national outcry demanded that those responsible for so heinous a crime be caught and punished.

In the U.S. justice system, murders are normally prosecuted under state law, in the courts of the state where the crime took place. When Mississippi declined to press murder charges, the federal government sought alternatives. Beginning in the 1940s, Washington had tried unsuccessfully to prosecute southern lynch mobs under old Reconstruction-era civil rights laws. It had never done so successfully, but the Justice Department resolved to try again. In early December 1964, the FBI arrested 21 men in the case — local Klansmen and several police officers, among them the Neshoba County sheriff and his deputy — and charged them with conspiracy to violate the three activists’ civil rights. Prosecutors were forced to go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court to have the laws clarified and validated for use in this case. But in 1967, in a landmark verdict, a federal jury of Mississippians found seven of the defendants guilty, and the federal court handed down sentences of up to 10 years.

The murders of Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner proved a tipping point in overcoming the dogged resistance of “Fortress Mississippi.” While some civil rights workers complained that it had taken the deaths of white men finally to bring national scrutiny on Mississippi, the powerful national reaction helped topple the state’s particularly vicious forms of racial discrimination once and for all. Today, black Mississippians vote in large numbers, sit in the state legislature, and have represented their state in the U.S. Congress.

In the decades after 1964, many Mississippians grew ashamed of their state’s conduct during the civil rights era, and there were calls for the state to come to terms with its mishandling of the affair. On June 21, 2005( state is governed by Racist Republican Governor Haley Barbour at the time, exactly 41 years to the day since the three young men had vanished, a Mississippi state court convicted Edgar Ray Killen, a Klan organizer of the conspiracy who had long escaped accountability, of manslaughter. Americans of all races and ethnicities hailed the event as a symbolic victory for justice and a partial resolution of a crime that had long haunted the nation.

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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

End of Politicians on Welfare

A friend sent this along to me. I can't think of a reason to disagree.

I am sending this to virtually everybody on my e-mail list and that includes conservatives, liberals, and everybody in between. Even though we disagree on a number of issues, I count all of you as friends. My friend and neighbor wants to promote a "Congressional Reform Act of 2009". It would contain eight provisions, all of which would probably be strongly endorsed by those who drafted the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

I know many of you will say, "this is impossible". Let me remind you, Congress has the lowest approval of any entity in Government, now is the time when Americans will join together to reform Congress - the entity that represents us.

We need to get a Senator to introduce this bill in the US Senate and a Representative to introduce a similar bill in the US House. These people will become American hero's..


A Fellow American

Congressional Reform Act of 2010

1. Term Limits: 12 years only, one of the possible options below.

A. Two Six year Senate terms
B. Six Two year House terms
C. One Six year Senate term and three Two Year House terms

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, serve your term(s), then go home and back to work.

2. No Tenure / No Pension:

A congressman collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when they are out of office.

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, serve your term(s), then go home and back to work.

3. Congress (past, present & future) participates in Social Security:

All funds in the Congressional retirement fund moves to the Social Security system immediately. All future funds flow into the Social Security system, Congress participates with the American people.

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, server your term(s), then go home and back to work.

4. Congress can purchase their own retirement plan just as all Americans.

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, serve your term(s), then go home and back to work.

5. Congress will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. Congressional pay will rise by the lower of CPI or 3%.

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, serve your term(s), then go home and back to work.

6. Congress looses their current health care system and participates in the same health care system as the American people.

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, serve your term(s), then go home and back to work.

7. Congress must equally abide in all laws they impose on the American people.

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, serve your term(s), then go home and back to work.

8. All contracts with past and present congressmen are void effective 1/1/11 .

The American people did not make this contract with congressmen, congressmen made all these contracts for themselves.

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, serve your term(s), then go home and back to work.

Another great piece sent to me

Subject: Retribution is less than 1 year away!

Take a look at this and just remember elections in Nov. 2010.

U.S. House & Senate have voted themselves $4,700 and $5,300 raises.
1. They voted to not give you a S.S. Cost of living raise in 2010 and 2011.
2. Your Medicaid premiums will go up $285.60 for the 2-years and
You will not get the 3% COLA: $660/yr. Your total 2-yr loss and cost is
-$1,600 or -$3,200 for husband and wife.
3. Over 2-yrs they each get $10,000
4. Do you feel SCREWED?
5. Will they have your cost of drugs - doctor fees - local taxes - food, etc., increase?

NO WAY . They have a raise and better benefits. Why care about you? You never did anything about it in the past. You obviously are too stupid or don't care.
6. Do you really think that Nancy, Harry, Chris, Charlie, Barnie, et al, care about you?

It is ok to forward this to your sphere of influence if you are finally tired of the abuse.
Maybe it's time for the........

Amendment 28

"Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United
States that does not apply equally to the Senators or Representatives,
and Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators or
Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the
United States ."