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Jun 29 2012

PolitiChicks Capture Runaway Slave

It isn’t easy to free slaves who don’t know that they are slaves — or worse yet, like being slaves. But former NAACP chapter president and guest of the PolitiChicks Reverend C.L. Bryant is doing his best:

Runaway Slave will be in theaters this summer.

On a tip from G. Fox.

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  • Jodie

    There are four beautiful conservative women in that video. One can tell that they have that inner beauty that lefty women can never attain.

  • Alxandro

    And to think,Obama would never qualify for reparations.
    It will be interesting to see how this film will be criticized by the poverty pimps.

    Btw, is there a video about Runaway Sex Slaves?

  • TonyD95B

    Wow….Morgan Brittany is holding up pretty well!

    All kidding aside, this is a serious film with a message that needs to be HEARD.

    It;s about time, too. There is a lot of denial about the black conservative movement, but it’s there……as it should be.

    Thunder in the distance indeed.

  • TonyD95B

    From Sonnie Johnson’s site:

    “My Politics:

    Pro Life, Gun, Bible (and) Freedom

    Anti Generational Poverty, Ineffective Education, Irrelevant Regulation, (and) Eexcessive Taxation

    Quiet NO MORE Agitate, Agitate, Agitate”

    Like I said, IT’S ABOUT TIME!!! That’s a good description for most Conservatives, and sums it up nicely.

    She goes on:

    “I’m judged by our men for not giving In

    to their pressure for sex

    I’m judged by women for being to(o) thin

    and not letting In all their drama and mess

    I’m judged by black people for trying to stress

    “We can do anything.”

    But I don’t give in and I have been

    called a bitch once or twice

    I might roll my eyes at another sister

    not caring if she’s nice

    Black people don’t want to hear what I’ve got to say

    I’ll amplify the mic

    In that aspect, I know who I am.

    What I don’t know is my place in this world

    I know I’m not just another black girl that can’t make it

    I don’t want to fake it

    I want it to be real

    So I can instill lessons in my daughter

    That were never taught to me

    About looking inside and discovering

    “WHO YOU WANT TO BE.”

    And letting the entire world see

    You picked a destination

    It wasn’t without complications

    But was reached by pure determination

    So, What am I?

    A strong black woman who loves words

    To think racism could stop me, I find absurd

    We need to stop the excuses

    And start en-acting verbs

    GET a job

    BUY a house

    TEACH your children

    INVEST in your future

    CLEAN out our neighborhoods

    VOTE our principles

    I guess that’s who I am!!

    TO BE CONTINUED……………………..”

    Read more at: http://didshesaythat.com/

    I look forward to hearing more from Sonnie….

  • LMMA

    Tony, try being conservative in your spacing. We can still read it.

  • dan

    We are the thunder of the impending storm….

    yeah : goosebumps

  • Mr Evilwrench

    Jesse and Al have just figured out how to make big money exploiting the misfortunes of those they’ve identified with, and it doesn’t do them any good to uplift those people from these misfortunes. That would cut off the meal ticket.

  • Dr. 9

    The sad truth is, generally speaking, blacks will follow, and give their political support to, whomever delivers the most free govt. “goodies” to them. That’s why one of the biggest crooks, con-artists, and liars to ever stand in the halls of congress, NY’s Charlie Rangel, was just re-elected to serve yet another term.

    Thanks to their White enablers on the Left, blacks are a totally addicted race, not only to illegal drugs, but to a “responsibility-free” life. And there is no politican alive who has the strength or the will to change that. Blacks would rather burn the country to the ground than give up one single thing they have been given. Whether it’s drugs or govt. handouts, the longer people stay addicted, the more impossible the “cure”.

  • chuck in st paul

    Lots of luck getting them out of their comfort zone. It’s so much easier to sit on your ass taking someone else’s money while complaining that Teh Man is keeping you down.

  • Sweep the leg

    Anyone else tired of this nonsense? Anyone else tired of pretending that blacks are not what they appear to be? That “we” can reach out to them, and bring them to the pursuit of Liberty and Freedom? I know I am.

    Just a few days ago, our country ended as a representative republic, all because we never stop pandering to blacks. Because we elected a black guy who openly hates whites and america, and did exactly what he said he would do. As an added bonus, blacks approval of him is still in the 90′s.

    So, please stop with this stuff, the notion that blacks can be changed from what they are. They want STUFF, that is GIVEN to them. They most definitely do not want the opportunity to do it on their own.

    As I said, the country ended a few days ago, so how about we stop already with the black thing, and focus on our survival?

    I can’t imagine, after all the damage they have done to this failed country, why anyone still cares what they think about anything. BRA has us on our knees, and we still can’t stop making the same mistake, over and over…

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