.comment-link {margin-left:.6em;}

American Values Under Attack Image by FlamingText.com
Image by FlamingText.com

"Fighting the world wide web of wicked wrong doers."

Welcome. The aim of this site is simple - to rail against the slow, but steady chipping away of traditonal American values by a host of groups & individuals bent on destroying them.

“We know the race is not to the swift nor the battle to the strong. Do you not think an angel rides in the whirlwind and directs this storm?" - John Page 1776

And crown thy good with brotherhood.... ....from sea to shining sea line07-b.gif Your commentator - Francis Lynn...MySpace Profile...E-mail

Wednesday, August 10, 2005

And They Wonder Why Dems Lose Elections

So they had a march in Atlanta commemorating the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act & Harry Belafonte, the has-been entertainer & now a decrepit, current "activist", was a featured speaker. Here's what Harry-bats-in-his-Belafonte had to say:

He referred to prominent African-American officials in the Bush administration as "black tyrants." Recall that 3 years ago he referred to Colin Powell as a "house slave" , comparing Powell to a slave who will say only "what the master wants to hear."

Brilliant political anal yst that he is, Belafonte went on to compare the Bush administration to Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany (move over Dick Durbin). He was asked about the impact of prominent blacks in the Bush administration & he answered, "Hitler had a lot of Jews high up in the hierarchy of the Third Reich (wrong Harry, Hitler had none-ed.). Color does not necessarily denote quality, content or value. If a black is a tyrant, he is first and foremost a tyrant, then he incidentally is black. Bush is a tyrant and if he gathers around him black tyrants, they all have to be treated as they are being treated. "

A Cybercast News Service reporter who interviewed Belafonte asked him who was a "black tyrant?" Belafonte, whose only claim to higher education was to play a gig at Yale, said, "You." When the reporter reminded Belafonte that he, the reporter, was Caucasian, Belafonte ended the interview. We can only conclude by his answer that Belafonte is either color-blind or has gone Stevie Wonder on us. Belafonte is "way-o" out in space.

Then there was Dick Gregory, a former "comedian", who looks like he should be selling Famous Amos cookies. Another graduate of College Entertainment University, Gregory said, "They (black conservatives) have a right to exist, but why would I want to walk around with a swastika on my shirt after the way Hitler done messed it (the swastika symbol) up?" ("Done messed it up"? This from a college entertainer?!). Gregory went on calling the USA "the most dishonest, ungodly, unspiritual nation that ever existed in the history of the planet." But that didn't stop Gregory from staying in the USA so he could earn a good living on his comedy.

About Bush 2004 election, Prof. Gregory said, "They didn't win, and I got that from the white press. At four o'clock [on Election Day 2004], that evening, the white press said from the exit polls that [Democratic presidential nominee John] Kerry had won by a landslide and then three hours later something funny happened." Whatever happened that was funny, it was a hell of a lot funnier then his old comedy routine. He should have dropped comedy & been a political science professor. We all could have learned so much from him. And what's all this "white press" stuff? He doesn't trust the black press? Or is he prejudiced?

Next up to the podium was Judge Greg Mathis, the star of the syndicated television program "The Judge Mathis Show." "(Republicans) all need to be locked up because they are all criminals and they are all thieves. " (Howard Dean move over) "It is indeed criminal to steal an election and within two years run up a federal deficit of half-a-trillion dollars, send our young people over to Iraq to die for an unjust war. What they are doing is criminal." "[The] Supreme Court was an accomplice to the biggest election crime in history in 2000. And I call it a crime because indeed that is exactly what it was."

"They shot and missed when they enslaved, segregated and oppressed our people. They shot and missed when they stole the past two presidential elections. They shot and missed when they denied our right to vote," Mathis said. (No Judge, ya got it backwards - it was the Southern Dems who did all that to your people). But we gotta believe the judge because...well because he's a tv star!

Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who is as intelligent as a message in a Chinese fortune cookie, put her 2-bits in. "Some changes have to be made so we don't have a repeat of 2000 and 2004 where there was intimidation and discrepancies at the polls." Hush, Nancy! Didn't you read the latest report of the 2004 election? It seems the Dems were in the forefront of intimidation & discrepancies.

Then there was Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.): "The last two elections were stolen. They were stolen and so we will not rest until we reclaim our democracy and this is what today is all about." Lee also called the war in Iraq "unnecessary, immoral and illegal" and added "our nation was lied to in order to justify this invasion and occupation." To think, your tax dollars pay her salary.

Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) declared that the president's "record against human rights, civil rights, economic rights, is absolutely terrible." Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) said America was being ruled by the "Bush mentality," where "crony capitalism" was supreme.

Only Stevie Wonder came closest to sanity: "At this time we have a choice to make. Father God is watching while we cause Mother Earth so much pain. It's such a shame. Not enough money for the young, the old, the poor, but for war there is always more." Could he be the black Michael Jackson?

Naturally, the crowd in the audience fell over each other in cheers & applause for the gathered wisdom of their leadership.

Folks, this is all the Dems have to offer: wild accusations with as much thought behind their statements as they can avoid. You see it with the rants of the Hollywood crowd, the screels of Howard Dean & the moaning of the Liberal media. They offer nothing concrete for legislation, no plans, no ideas. They are devoid of them & can only resort to the smart-ass, brainless comments that prove that they are indeed stupider than they look.

This is why Democrats will continue to lose elections. Maybe we should thank them.


Blogger Mark said...

That is the modus operandi of the Democrat party. Attack, accuse, lie, and engage is name calling. Oh, and don't forget, always compare Republicans with Hitler and the Nazi's. Then there's this gem:
Gregory went on calling the USA "the most dishonest, ungodly, unspiritual nation that ever existed in the history of the planet."

I wonder if that includes the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, Ancient Rome, or any of the hundreds of other empires and nations that have murdered their own citizens by the thousands, sometimes millions.

Clearly these people don't think.

11:58 PM  
Anonymous Revened K said...

It was organized by the Rainbow/PUSH coalition not the Democrats. Republicans also need to speek on racial issues. The invitations to President Bush (REFUSED) by the NCAAP would be a good start.

MARK - You complained about name calling. Why don,t you take Mr. Lynn up on this??? His articles are full of name calling. And what did the US do to the American Indian except engage in Genocide?

1:18 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

And they wonder why we call them the Lunatic Left!

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Reverend K said...

Marie, It would be nice if you could say something of substance.

3:00 PM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home

Free JavaScripts provided
by The JavaScript Source