Barack Obama, our next President

"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ... Full Story

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#852376 Feb 1, 2013
Truth is no SIN wrote:
OBAMA BLACK HISTORY DIDN'T START WITH you GET YOUR SELF A LITTLE MORE HUMBLE WHEN IT COMES TO BLACK HISTORY YOU JUST GOT HERE AND YOU HAVE NOT DONE MUCH FOR BLACKS OUR HISTORY MADE YOU POSSIBLE BARAK OBAMA Thurgood Marshall (July 2, 1908 – January 24, 1993) was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, serving from October 1967 until October 1991. Marshall was the Court's 96th justice and its first African-American justice.
Before becoming a judge, Marshall was a lawyer who was best known for his high success rate in arguing before the Supreme Court and for the victory in Brown v. Board of Education. He served on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit after being appointed by President John F. Kennedy and then served as the Solicitor General after being appointed by President Lyndon Johnson in 1965. President Johnson nominated him to the United States Supreme Court in 1967.
And George Herbert Walker Wimpet replaced a giant like Marshall with an affirmative-action light-weight, "Long-Dong" perjurer like Clarence 'cause, well, they all looked alike to him and both their wives were fat white drunks...?
Truth is no SIN

Bronx, NY

#852380 Feb 1, 2013
Aaron Henry (July 2, 1922 – May 19, 1997) was an American civil rights leader, politician, and head of the Mississippi branch of the NAACP. He was one of the founders of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party which tried to seat their delegation at the 1964 Democratic National Convention Henry was born in Dublin, Mississippi to Ed and Mattie Henry who were sharecroppers. He enlisted in the Army after high school and later attended Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans on the GI Bill. He graduated with a degree in Pharmacy, and opened a drug store in Clarksdale, Mississippi, OBAMA DOESN'T HAVE ANY BLACK HISTORY IN HIS FAMILY
Truth is no SIN

Bronx, NY

#852381 Feb 1, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>And George Herbert Walker Wimpet replaced a giant like Marshall with an affirmative-action light-weight, "Long-Dong" perjurer like Clarence 'cause, well, they all looked alike to him and both their wives were fat white drunks...?
THANKS FOR TEARING DOWN ANOTHER REAL BLACKMAN BECAUSE HE IS A REAL BLACK AMERICAN WE KNOW HIS STORY WE STILL DONT KNOW OBAMA LILLY LIB PUT UP SOME BLACK HISTORY OR F OFF xyz
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#852382 Feb 1, 2013
Eman wrote:
<quoted text>
Well yours did. It was an ex"honey" and bringing home $200 a night was not unusual l. It was by no means the minimum she brought home and I never said it was.
Not sure what you proxy rant is supposed to mean.
Is an ex honey anything like a previous honey?

A grand per week, some tax free in CA may not be a big deal given the cost of living in much of that state. A grand per week around here for serving in a mid scale restaurant would definitely be a big deal particularly if it was a restaurant that offered benefits including health insurance. Here a beginning school teacher's pay is around $30,000, a beginning cop less than that__see where I'm going here dummy?

There was no proxy rant__certainly you have come to grips with the fact that many posting on this thread are trolls/flame warriors using multiple IP proxies? Hide my ass-TOR etc .
forks_make_us_fa t

Oklahoma City, OK

#852384 Feb 1, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>And George Herbert Walker Wimpet replaced a giant like Marshall with an affirmative-action light-weight, "Long-Dong" perjurer like Clarence 'cause, well, they all looked alike to him and both their wives were fat white drunks...?
How many cups of coffee powers your spastic behaviour?
TSM

El Paso, TX

#852386 Feb 1, 2013
After NRA chief Wayne LaPierre suggested putting arm guards in schools the Liberals attacked him viciously- Newtown Sides with NRA: Votes for Armed Guards in Schools!! Ouch
shrimpOntreadmil ls4obama

Oklahoma City, OK

#852387 Feb 1, 2013
Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>Pay your taxes, be a patriotic American, we're broke and can use every dime. Because you didn't pay your fair share now we'll have to cut defense spending.
Ya damn skippy....

Or all my 'running' on this stupid treadmill is just a waste of time...
Truth is no SIN

Bronx, NY

#852388 Feb 1, 2013
Viola Fauver Gregg Liuzzo (April 11, 1925 – March 25, 1965) was a Unitarian Universalist civil rights activist from Michigan, who was murdered by Ku Klux Klan members after the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches in Alabama. One of the Klansmen in the car from which the shots were fired was a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) informant.[1]

Liuzzo's name is one of those inscribed on a civil rights memorial in the state capital. She died at the age of 39.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#852389 Feb 1, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Is an ex honey anything like a previous honey?
A grand per week, some tax free in CA may not be a big deal given the cost of living in much of that state. A grand per week around here for serving in a mid scale restaurant would definitely be a big deal particularly if it was a restaurant that offered benefits including health insurance. Here a beginning school teacher's pay is around $30,000, a beginning cop less than that__see where I'm going here dummy?
There was no proxy rant__certainly you have come to grips with the fact that many posting on this thread are trolls/flame warriors using multiple IP proxies? Hide my ass-TOR etc .
No one but management got 5 days a week. Being promoted to shift manager meant a cut in pay but added benefits.
richard_simmons

Oklahoma City, OK

#852391 Feb 1, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Is an ex honey anything like a previous honey?
A grand per week, some tax free in CA may not be a big deal given the cost of living in much of that state. A grand per week around here for serving in a mid scale restaurant would definitely be a big deal particularly if it was a restaurant that offered benefits including health insurance. Here a beginning school teacher's pay is around $30,000, a beginning cop less than that__see where I'm going here dummy?
There was no proxy rant__certainly you have come to grips with the fact that many posting on this thread are trolls/flame warriors using multiple IP proxies? Hide my ass-TOR etc .
'Flame'

You rang?
Truth is no SIN

Bronx, NY

#852392 Feb 1, 2013
THIS WHITE WOMAN WASN'T A LIB SHE WAS MORAL F OFF FEOSANA,SHE GAVE HER LIFE DOING THE RIGHT THING BIG RESPECT TO THIS BRAVE WOMAN THANK YOU AND YOUR FAMILY LADY TRUE FREEDOM FIGHTER xyz
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#852393 Feb 1, 2013
History101 wrote:
<quoted text>
Was in the band so couldn't be a cheerleader. Had several friends on the squad who taught me all the cheers though.
The Obama Team Cheerleaders...just easier to call them Cheerleaders...for future reference.
Kissimmee Kowboys iirc, back in the days when Kissimmee actually had real cowboys, the Partins for instance and the Bronsons. Not too many black families back then eh Carol, the Rivers family comes to mind but when you went to HS the blacks had their own "separate but equal" schools which lasted through the sixties and in many Central Florida counties well into the seventies.

But of course you're very well rounded right? LMAO!

I think that, currently, you're about as well rounded as Jimmy Lee Dykes.
Truth is no SIN

Bronx, NY

#852394 Feb 1, 2013
Liuzzo was horrified by the images of the aborted march on March 7, 1965 at the Edmund Pettus Bridge which became known as "Bloody Sunday." Nine days later, she took part in a protest at Wayne State. She then called her husband to tell him she would be traveling to Selma, saying that the struggle "was everybody's fight."

After the march concluded on March 25, Liuzzo, assisted by Leroy Moton, a 19-year-old African American, helped drive local marchers to African American colleges and to their homes in her 1963 Oldsmobile. As they were driving along Route 80, a car tried to force them off the road. A car with four Klan members then pulled up alongside Liuzzo's car and shot directly at her, hitting her twice in the head, killing her instantly. Her car veered into a ditch and crashed into a fence.[3]

Although Moton was covered with blood, the bullets had missed him. He lay motionless when the Klansmen reached the car to check on their victims. After the car left, he began running for the next half hour looking and searching for help, and eventually flagged down a truck driven by Rev. Leon Riley that was bringing civil rights workers back to Selma.

Liuzzo's funeral was held at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic church on March 30 in Detroit, with many prominent members of both the civil rights movement and government there to pay their respects. Included in this group were Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; NAACP executive director Roy Wilkins; Congress on Racial Equality national leader James Farmer; Michigan lieutenant governor William G. Milliken; Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa; and United Auto Workers president Walter Reuther.

Less than two weeks after her death, a charred cross was found in front of four Detroit homes, including the Liuzzo residence.

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#852395 Feb 1, 2013
Truth is no SIN wrote:
<quoted text>THANKS FOR TEARING DOWN ANOTHER REAL BLACKMAN BECAUSE HE IS A REAL BLACK AMERICAN WE KNOW HIS STORY WE STILL DONT KNOW OBAMA LILLY LIB PUT UP SOME BLACK HISTORY OR F OFF xyz
"REAL BLACKMAN"??? More in the mold of Herman Cain, no doubt?(From 2010)"n leaving an early-morning voicemail for Professor Anita Hill, insisting that she apologize to Clarence Thomas for "what you did with my husband", Ginni Thomas has re-ignited scrutiny into Thomas’ testimony at his confirmation hearing. That scrutiny does not leave the Supreme Court justice in a flattering light. In fact, yet another credible witness has come forward today, adding one more person relating a nearly identical description of Thomas’ outrageous behavior toward women (pdf) and his obsession with pornography. With multiple victims of Thomas’ inappropriate behavior coming forward, the question now must be asked why we allow a Supreme Court justice to remain on the bench when it is clear that he committed perjury in his confirmation hearing by categorically denying confirmed events.

Today’s Washington Post carries a long article about Lillian McEwen, who met Thomas in 1979 and dated him from 1981 to 1986. McEwen confirms to the Post Thomas’ obsession with pornography and his objectification of women in the workplace:

"He was obsessed with porn," she said of Thomas, who is now 63. "He would talk about what he had seen in magazines and films, if there was something worth noting."

McEwen added that she had no problem with Thomas’s interests, although she found pornography to be "boring."

According to McEwen, Thomas would also tell her about women he encountered at work. He was partial to women with large breasts, she said. In an instance at work, Thomas was so impressed that he asked one woman her bra size, McEwen recalled him telling her."
Truth is no SIN

Bronx, NY

#852397 Feb 1, 2013
Gloria Johnson-Powell, MD (born Gloria Johnson, c. 1937) is a child psychiatrist who is also an important figure in the American Civil Rights Movement (1955-1968) and was one of the first African-American women to attain tenure at Harvard Medical School,She grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. She received her B.A. in economics and sociology from Mount Holyoke College in 1958 and her M.D. in 1962 from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. She completed her residency at UCLA and was on the faculty there for fifteen years before joining the Harvard Medical School (where she was on the faculty for ten years).

She is currently the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health associate dean for cultural diversity and a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics [2].

AMERICAN BLACK HISTORY DIDN'T START WITH THE WHITE WOMANS and KENYANS BABY
forks_made_leo_f at

Oklahoma City, OK

#852398 Feb 1, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Can't help but notice your obsession with cheerleaders, dumb carol...couldn't make the squard, huh? Maybe if you could have completed those splits without sticking to the floor?(Old Michigan joke, forgive.)
How many cheeseburgers can you down before you get 'gassy'?

Since: Oct 08

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#852399 Feb 1, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>And George Herbert Walker Wimpet replaced a giant like Marshall with an affirmative-action light-weight, "Long-Dong" perjurer like Clarence 'cause, well, they all looked alike to him and both their wives were fat white drunks...?
Leo do you talk that way in front of you students? Hell of a teacher??? Marshall couldn't put to cognitive sentences together, The only thing giant about him was... absolutely nothing.

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#852400 Feb 1, 2013
History101 wrote:
SAN DIEGO — A Marine Corps survey found that about 17 percent of male Marines would likely leave the Corps if women move into combat positions. The number jumped to 22 percent if women were assigned involuntarily to those jobs, according to the survey.
Both sexes surveyed mentioned intimate relationships between Marines and feeling obligated to protect female Marines among their top five concerns about allowing women into ground combat jobs.
Women Marines listed among their top three concerns enemies targeting women as POWs, the risk of sexual harassment or assault and hygiene requirements.
...valid concerns.
As well they should..."Some have also suggested that the ban is partially to blame for a spate of sexual assaults that have plagued the military. Last year, Panetta suggested that the number of sex assaults in the U.S. armed forces could be as high as 19,000 a year.

“The military has long been a culture of misogyny. As long as military women did not have equal treatment from the top – the Pentagon – they were often treated as second class at best, sexual prey at worst,” Helen Benedict, author of “The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving in Iraq” and a journalism professor at Columbia University, told IPS.

“Disrespect lies at the root of misogyny, and misogyny lies at the root of sexual assault. A culture takes a long time to change, but officially recognising women as equal will help to change it.”

Speaking with Panetta at the public announcement on Thursday, General Martin Dempsey, the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, which spearheaded the new policy change, acknowledged that the U.S. military has an “ongoing issue with sexual harassment and sexual assault”.
Truth is no SIN

Bronx, NY

#852402 Feb 1, 2013
Born Essie Mae Moody, she was the oldest of nine children. After her parents split up, she grew up with her mother, Elmira aka Toosweet, in Centreville, Mississippi, while her father lived in nearby Woodville. At a young age she began working for white families in the area, cleaning their houses and helping their children with homework for only a few dollars a week, while earning perfect grades in school and helping at church. In the community she often heard stories of interracial sexual abuse, miscegenation, lynching, arson and other acts of racial intimidation. After graduating with honors from a segregated, all-black high school, she attended Natchez Junior College (also all black) in 1961 under a basketball scholarship.

Then she moved on to Tougaloo College on an academic scholarship to earn a bachelor's degree. At Tougaloo, she became involved with the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. After graduation, Moody became a full-time worker in the Civil Rights Movement, participating in a Woolworth's lunchcounter sit-in and protests in Jackson. During Freedom Summer, she worked for CORE in the town of Canton.
IT SEEMS ALL THE REAL BLACK CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS SHARE A COMMON BACKGROUND EXCEPT OBAMA HE SHARES NOTHING WITH THE BLACK COMMUNITY HE IS JUST ANOTHER AMERICAN PRESIDENT NOTHING TO DO WITH BLACK AMERICANS HISTORY

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#852403 Feb 1, 2013
History101 wrote:
<quoted text>
Was in the band so couldn't be a cheerleader. Had several friends on the squad who taught me all the cheers though.
The Obama Team Cheerleaders...just easier to call them Cheerleaders...for future reference.
Couldn't be a cheerleader if you were in the band? Anybody actually believe that lie? Don't tell me--you went to Angel Beach High in the fifties? Lassie or Ballbreaker?

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