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Showing posts with label Obama. Show all posts

Friday, February 13, 2009

Stokely Carmichael In A Designer Dress.

That's Juan Williams description of first lady Michelle Obama last month on The Bill O'Reily show. Because of his comment and some listeners complaints NPR is speaking out about Mr. Williams. Thank you NPR!

This is my opinion of Juan Williams he's a typical self-hating black Republican and I am so tired of black Republicans being warriors against the black race for their white counterparts. Too many black Republicans are choosing to use their voices as a tool to stroke the egos of white America.

First Lady Michelle is not just a mother, but she has her Juries Doctorate which really pisses your typical Fox Viewer off who believed that somehow America is rightfully theirs simply because they are white. Michelle Obama has shown nothing but class for the past year and deserves better than what the press and media are portraying her as. She is a well educated person which is threatening to most of the establishment because she speaks her mind and is able to defend her position with facts.

Monday, February 9, 2009

You Need A High IQ To Be President.

Since Obama has become our new president people are looking at the issue of IQ. I looked at the researched article by Dean Simonton who seems to do a pretty careful job. He uses multiple ratings by multiple experts with multiple methods to estimate the IQs and the leadership performance of 42 Presidents. Bush II was a failure because he wasn't smart and didn't really have a well thought out philosophy. He mostly thought and spoke in slogans. I don't know what to say about Bush 43 Yet.

They are saying that within the range of IQs that we've seen among presidents, differences in IQ are not that critical. From the lowest estimate of 107.8 (Harding) to the highest of 175.0 (J.Q. Adams), the range is high enough for other factors to become important. What really matters in a leader is not being smart, but being right. In my judgment, Obama is smart as hell. Therefore I wonder what his IQ is? While we're at it, the study puts G.W. Bush's IQ somewhere between 111 and 138.5, with a mean of 125. This is close to the 125-130 range. There is a rumor circulating that George W. Bush's IQ is 91. Well, I did some research and found that to be a number made up by some fake organization. Data Here! As a leader of the free world you need smarts plus a high IQ.

Saturday, January 31, 2009

"The Spook Who Sat By The Door"

The worst possible outcome for Republicans is for Limbaugh to become the voice of the new Conservatism. But by picking Steele was a poor attempt to color the republicans as inclusive. We no that Steele is the crab they will use to compete against Obama and the Democrats. Picking people based on there color took place alot during the late sixties. Do the republicans think we don't remember? That was around the time most all the fed agencies needed a dark person after the civil rights movement. Jesus Christ, I did not realize that this party was in that much trouble, but after this move it is quite obvious. You chose a man who has no creditability in the black community, he has zip, none. If you were going to front an African American, you should have chosen one with pull in the minority communities. The Republican Party now wants to get black people to think it's suddenly different because a black man is now the chair of the RNC? Please we "ain't" stupid!

We no that the overwhelming majority of Republicans are white, middle-class, suburban and scared to death of anything beyond their , gated-community but yet they pick a black man to be the head of the RNC. Yeah, they may think it's great and feel all good inside that a black man is head of the RNC --now let that same black man move into their neighborhood, and all you're here is how far the value of their house will drop now that "the neighborhood is going to hell". Micheal Steele is no more than Hannity in black face.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Bible Study (Wednesday ) Question?: Why Is It So Hard For Christian To Believe God?

Gospel singer Donnie McClurkin defended himself against attacks on his view that homosexuality is a choice at Sen. Barack Obama’s gospel concert Sunday.

More than 2,000 black evangelicals waved their hands and sang in support of the Grammy winner as he took the stage in Columbia, S.C. McClurkin said his past statements on homosexuality had been twisted and he was unfairly criticized, according to The New York Times.

The gospel superstar sang a hymn about standing up for one’s self and thrust his fist into the air. McClurkin gave a short pitch for Democratic presidential hopeful Obama as a candidate who stands for change.

“But the greatest change a person can have is not in politics,” he said. “There is only one King.”

Last Monday, McClurkin had said during an interview with The Associated Press: “I don’t believe that it is the intention of God…Sexuality, everything is a matter of choice.”

The award winning artist said he was gay for nearly 20 years after being sexually molested by an uncle, but was “cured” through prayers.

Gay activists had strongly criticized McClurkin for his statement and demanded Obama to cancel his appearance.

The Illinois senator did not remove McClurkin, but instead added an openly gay South Carolina pastor to the same concert. The Illinois senator also told the gay community about his strong disagreement with McClurkin and his commitment to gay rights.

As the concert was about to end, McClurkin – who was one of the final acts – became more bold about the controversy and cried out, “Don’t call me a bigot or anti-gay when I have suffered the same feelings,” as reported by CNN.

“Don't call me a homophobe, when I love everybody … Don't tell me that I stand up and I say vile words against the gay community because I don't. I don't speak against the homosexual. I tell you that God delivered me from homosexuality."

The crowd sang and clapped in full support of McClurkin’s word, according to the New York Times. What do you think? If God can do anything but, fail why is it so hard for us to accept it when someone with a questionable life style says that He change them we have a hard time believing it?