Sunday, September 30, 2012

Univision is asking questions Mr. Obama

When Nixon resigned for lying to the American people nobody got killed in Watergate. When Obama lies to the American people and hundreds get killed, nothing happens.

Bishop E.W. Jackson

A short message from Bishop E.W. Jackson to fellow black Christians about the evil being done by the Democrat party.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The ugly face of hate

The one wearing the "pink" outfit.

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The poor people Obama left behind



From The Washington Examiner:

Four years after Barack Obama's historic election as president,
little seems to have changed for the African-American communities
on Chicago's South Side.
The lack of change -- or the sense that these neighborhoods are getting
 worse-- is eroding the president's standing among African-Americans in his
hometown.
In 2011, Chicago suffered the third-highest black jobless rate among the
nation's major metropolitan areas, at 19 percent, according to the liberal
Economic Policy Institute.
Chicago still lacks enough affordable housing. Not only did the city demolish
25,000 public housing units in the previous decade, it also experienced more
than 80,000 foreclosures, mainly in low-income neighborhoods.
Chicago "black nationalist" Eddie Read contends Obama has never fought
 for the black community. "I would not honestly tag Obama as a fighter for
black people, black agenda or black issues," Read told The Washington Examiner.
After Obama's election, Read said, "I hoped that it would change."
But four years later, as he looks around Chicago's neighborhoods, he said
things haven't improved under Obama."I don't see where the quality of life
or the quality has changed," he said, "except that it's worse."
Dr. Conrad Worrill is an African-American educator, activist and former
radio talk show host on Chicago's African-American-oriented station
WVON. He told the Examiner that Obama was an inspirational speaker
who moved people. But in the end, he became just another Chicago politician.
"His rise in politics, his trajectory in politics has led him to make adjustments in
his political decisionmaking. And that's the case with many politicians. So he's
no different from many others in that regard. He's a politician," Worrill said.
Cheryl Johnson and her mother, Hazel, lived in the economically deprived Altgeld
 Gardens housing project when young Obama was a community organizer there.
Her late mother also was an organizer at the housing complex and often
welcomed Obama into her kitchen. "He's everybody's president," Cheryl
Johnson told the Examiner, saying she is proud she knows him. But has he made
a difference? "We, as poor people, don't feel it and don't see it," she said. Read
believes Obama's problem is that he does not understand the unique needs of
Chicago blacks. "Obama came through Chicago through Saul Alinsky organizing,"
he said. "The Alinsky piece seemed to have had an agenda about what it thought
was in the best interest of black folks, from the white liberal perspective."
Obama instead allied himself with Chicago's MacArthur Foundation, local housing
nonprofits and real estate developers. Valerie Jarrett and Allison Davis,
Martin Nesbitt and Tony Rezko -- all Obama friends -- were at the epicenter
of that powerful coalition.
Obama's low-income-housing campaign still resonates among Chicago's poor
today. Deborah Taylor, a public housing tenant in the Kenwood section of
Chicago, also told the Examiner things are as bad as ever for poor tenants.
"The residents at the end of the day still suffer here," she said. "A lot of times
a lot of people start out idealistically thinking they are helping," Taylor said.
"I don't think any of them are in favor of the tenants," she said. "Everybody's
in it for the money. It's all about profit now. So the residents lose, lose, lose."
D'Anna Carter, a neighborhood activist in Chicago's Woodlawn section,
singled out the Habitat Co., which was run by Jarrett, now Obama's closest
White House adviser. "They were never interested in poor people,"
she told the Examiner. "They would sell poor people a bill of goods," she said
bitterly in an interview.
Wardell Lavender has been a Woodlawn resident since 1951. His was the
first black family to move into the neighborhood. He also blames Habitat.
"Habitat was bad landlords at the time. They didn't care too much about
the blacks," he told the Examiner.
According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development,
the enticement to the poor to buy condos they could not afford caused
widespread losses in Chicago. Foreclosures fell hard on Chicago's poor
residents. The Urban Institute reported in May 2009 that most were
displaced or homeless, credit ratings were damaged and violence
increased as empty units remained vacant.Worrill said he still supports
Obama but adds that the lack of progress in Chicago's black community is
palpable.
"He has been supported, but the position he's in now, he's in a heck of a predicament."

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Monday, September 24, 2012

For the slumlord's defense, Barack Obama, Esq.

Chicago slumlord defended by Obama in court, reduced charges to $50 fine.
Please read the story here:

Chapter IV




Excuse me, do you KNOW who Barack Obama is?


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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

KNIGHT: Trashing the Constitution - Washington Times

First, let’s dispense with a persistent media trope, which is that President Obama was a constitutional law professor in Chicago. Former University of Chicago Law School Dean Richard Epstein blew a hole through that recently with his recollection that New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor’s claim that Mr. Obama was offered tenure is false. Mr. Obama was never even a law professor, just a part-time lecturer.“[U]nder no circumstances would an offer to Obama be tenured,” Mr. Epstein told the Daily Caller. “The thought that the law school could have made a tenure offer to a person with no academic writing was out of the question.” please click on the link bellow for the full article. KNIGHT: Trashing the Constitution - Washington Times

Secretary of State: 4K noncitizens on voter rolls

From The Detroit News: How many Michigan Votes will Obama get? Lansing — One day after being sued over a controversial ballot box citizenship question, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson said Tuesday there are an estimated 4,000 noncitizens on Michigan's voter rolls. story continues  here

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Most sheeple don't know the difference

Acts and statutes are not laws. They are rules that have force of law if you consent to them. It is not illegal if you do not consent. By contrast, if the activity one does is UNLAWFUL -actually against the law, such as if you defraud, or harm somebody or their property- then a policeman can act...

See here from Wiki thingy:

  ...to be continued...



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