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Oct 03 2011

Smoking Gun on Obama’s Association With New Black Panthers

No wonder Obama’s Injustice Department squashed the prosecution of New Black Panther Party thugs for intimidating voters during the catastrophic 2008 election — they are close allies, as these photos from his campaign trail make clear:

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NBPP leader Malik Shabazz spewing race hate in Selma.


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Barack Hussein Obama at the same podium.


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The two set off to march together.

Preposterous claims that the Malik Shabazz who appears on the White House guest log is some different guy who just happens to have the same name as the head of the NBPP aren’t getting any more credible.

In case the extreme hostility of these maniacs to America in general and Caucasians in particular isn’t clear, here’s some video of King Samir Shabazz — a top figure in the movement who was let off the hook for voter intimidation by Eric Holder — calling for the killing of white babies:

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Obama is in bed with the black equivalent of the KKK. He made it quite clear in Dreams From My Father that he shares their intense hatred of Caucasians by proclaiming his desire to expunge the white blood from his veins.

Try to imagine what the media would do with these photos if it weren’t on the side of Obama and the New Black Panthers.

On tips from Hail The Amberlamps!, Shawn, Midnight Rider, and J.

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  • lao’s flat rotting colon

    Oh, big deal. So Obama appeared at a rally where there happened to be some Black Panthers. So what? It’s not like he ordered the Justice Department not to prosecute them for voting rights violation.

    Besides, the source is Breitbart, and that automatically means no one on the left has to consider the evidence seriously because we don’t like him.

  • ROFLCOPTER DOWN

    In an effort to avoid death, I am now a transgender person of aboriginal heritage.

    Anyone touches or yells at me has committed a hate crime.

    Dont even try it, I have Eric Holder on the line right now.

  • StanInTexas

    ROFLCOPTER DOWN says:
    October 3, 2011 at 11:51 am In an effort to avoid death, I am now a transgender person of aboriginal heritage.
    Anyone touches or yells at me has committed a hate crime.

    Lighten up, Francis!

  • lao

    Well we could consider another source that explains what the event actually was, a fact that Blount didn’t think was important.

    Clintons, Obama Cross Paths in Selma

    The bridge to voting rights was crossed Sunday by the Democrats’ top two vote seekers. Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator Barack Obama marched over the infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., site of “Bloody Sunday” in 1965, an historic moment in the civil rights battle.

    A shirt-sleeved Obama pushed Birmingham civil rights legend Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth along the route in a wheelchair. On the opposite side, Hillary and Bill Clinton linked arms with Al Sharpton and Congressman John Lewis, a civil rights leader who annually organizes the Voting Rights March reenactment.

  • lao’s flat rotting colon

    And if you stick around, I’ll point out more irrelevant details that I picked up from Media Matters that make no difference whatsoever to the facts of the story.

  • http://sheikyermami.com/ sheik yer’mami

    The KKK is a community service compared with these guys.

  • lao

    And if you want a picture of who is “marching together” here you go.

    Bloody Sunday March

  • AC

    Anyone touches or yells at me has committed a hate crime.

    Any person, maybe, but PETA might disagree.

    It’s just not PC anymore to be a human oppressor of Mother Earth.

  • son of a preacher man

    Politicians participating in a symbolic march in commemoration of the real thing that happened over 40 years ago, they are so brave.

  • SR
  • SR

    New book calls out ‘racial agenda of the Obama Justice Department’

    http://dailycaller.com/2011/10/03/new-book-calls-out-racial-agenda-of-the-obama-justice-department/

  • http://www.cpusa.org/ lao always

    Oh and by the way……..it looks like you’re drawing CROSSHAIRS!

  • lao

    Here’s a couple videos of that march and other events that day. You can see how many people and how many different groups were represented.

    In the second video is a glimpse of podium in the brick doorway with a statue of Martin Luther King out front.

    video 1

    video 2

  • StanInTexas

    LaoZee, are you trying to make some insipid point by claiming there were other people besides Obama at the “march”?

    SO WHAT?

    There were people of many colors and faiths at the ORIGINAL March they are commemorating.

    If you have a point, MAKE IT OR SHUT UP!

  • Uncle Lao’s Fried Chickenliver

    Is anyone really surprised? He went to the church of hate whitey for 20 years!

    BTW, lao you’re an idiot!

  • SR
  • Uneducated Moonbat

    THAT’S RACIST HYPERBOLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Fiberal

    Lao-Z,

    How does this “neutralize” BO marching alongside and speaking contemporaneously with a hate group? (Contemporaneously – note the woman in white with the pulled-back cornrolls).

    BO apparently didn’t even make the effort to try and avoid these scumbags. Keep in mind, we are talking about someone who is ostensibly the POTUS.

    Holders dismissal of the Black Panther voter intimidation case now makes perfect sense.

    I would go further and say that the Panthers are BO’s allies in his war against the U.S.

    Neutralization is a fool’s logic. Moreover, not every situation can be sufficiently neutralized bc there is simply no adequate balance or counter-part incident– as any idiot could see in the present case.

    Lao-Z..you’re doing even worse than usual.

    Give it up, go back and continue your quest to try and neutralize muslim atrocities.

  • lao

    Poor stanwee and fibby, why do you have such a tough time being confronted with reality?

    The claims made by Blount and Breitbart are specious and absurd.

    The only “smoking gun” on display here is far right stupidity.

    The videos show Obama embracing lots of different people. Show me a video or photograph from that day of Obama embracing Shabazz. If they are such “close allies” that should be easy.

    I didn’t see anybody with black berets marching near Obama on that bridge. Give up on the absurd claim that some blurry blow-up of a photograph is “proof” that Shabazz and Obama “set off to march together”.

  • StanInTexas

    So LaoZee,

    What you are trying to say is that Obama attended a racist event, run by an overtly racist, but because there were a few white folks there, it’s not racist?

    And you also beleive Obama when he says he sat in Rev. Wright’s church for 20 years and never once heard him say anything bad.

    This is a stretch even for you.

  • Fiberal

    Lao-Z,

    BO is speaking contemporaneously with the Panthers, he is marching with them and Eric Holder dismissed charges against them.

    What level of proof do imbeciles need?

    …BO in a beret hitting you over the head with a Panther-style nightstick?…

    Of course, you would probably like that.

  • Fiberal

    And BTW, could you imagine a situation in which BO right after a hate speech (not allowed by whites) would get up at the same podium, speaking to the same crowd and then start talking about supporting capitalism?

    BO is rotten to the core and he’s associated with scum from all walks of life.

  • AC

    Lao, have you ever seen Klansmen on Klan business at a Tea Party rally?

    Would you be okay with hooded Klansmen at a rally for a conservative politician?

    If Obama were truly a post-racial politician then he would want to be nowhere near those revolting racist thugs. Even if he were a moderate politician he would recognize the inappropriateness of the appearance given off.

    The Black Panthers are a racial supremacist organization. Politicians of all races and parties should be denouncing the Panthers’ racist rhetoric.

  • Hail The Amberlamps!

    Coincidentally (or not), a new book:

    In “Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,” former Department of Justice Civil Rights Division attorney J. Christian Adams describes how racist radicals have hijacked the DOJ and rarely enforce laws when it’s not politically beneficial for them to do so.

    Adams said resumes from the 130 newly hired lawyers in Eric Holder’s Civil Rights division indicate they “were deeply steeped in left-wing activism” before they got what are meant to be apolitical careers at the DOJ. Politically motivated pushes like the one to drop the case against the New Black Panther Party are inevitable moving forward, Adams argues, if nothing is done to stop racists and left-wing extremists from populating the DOJ. Adams also argues that these extremists will allow corruption like what happened in Noxubee to fester if they’re allowed to stay in unchallenged positions of power.

    “Personnel is Policy.” –indeed

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/10/03/new-book-calls-out-racial-agenda-of-the-obama-justice-department/#ixzz1ZkmUCxXj

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    AC @ October 3, 2011 at 1:42 pm

    Spot on, yet again.
    Desperation makes for entertaining mental gymnastics among true believers. Truly sad to witness, but amusing.

  • SR

    Surprise! Guess who visited White House

    http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=114727

  • Mickey Shea
  • JoeS

    I’m sorry, but according to solid conservaatives like Medved, Hewett, and Ace of Spades, this is simply not true.

  • Zim

    Can you imagine of Perry shared the stage with a KKK member?

  • Fiberal

    What’re you talking about JoeS?

    Here’s the transcript from a gleeful Juan Williams:

    http://m.npr.org/news/front/7708261?page=1

  • lao

    AC says: Lao, have you ever seen Klansmen on Klan business at a Tea Party rally?

    I’ve never attended a Tea Party rally.

    However, David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the KKK has claimed that thousands of Tea Party activists have urged him to run for the Republican nomination for president.

    Does that count as an “association”?

  • lao

    fibby, I already presented a link with a photo of Bill and Hillary Clinton marching in the same row as Obama.

    Is it safe to conclude that you also condemn them for “marching with” the New Black Panthers?

    Do you condemn Congressman John Lewis for “marching with” the New Black Panthers?

    Do you condemn every other person in that march for “marching with” the New Black Panthers?

    stanwee says: What you are trying to say is that Obama attended a racist event, run by an overtly racist, but because there were a few white folks there, it’s not racist?

    No stanwee, that’s what YOU are trying to say. I said nothing even remotely close to that.

  • Jodie

    Hillary Clinton. Sheeze! Great example from dummy dumb dumb aka lao.

    “On the March 6 broadcast of his 630 KHOW-AM show, Peter Boyles accused Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) of speaking in “a blackface voice” during a March 4 speech commemorating the Selma, Alabama, civil rights march. Boyles played audio clips of Clinton addressing an African-American audience at First Baptist Church, then stated, “She’s doing blackface. And I’m thinking, ‘Is she going to get called on this?’ It was, like, bizarre.”

    Prior to making his “blackface” comments, Boyles played a spliced audio excerpt from Clinton’s speech in which she said, “That pulse that you found so faint, you have brought back to life. And the chair of all the mayors in the country, Mayor Palmer, from Trenton, New Jersey.” Boyles then commented:

    BOYLES: Is that bizarre? It’s Hillary Clinton. … I watched that yesterday afternoon on cable, and now they’re playing it. It’s — Hillary Clinton is campaigning, obviously, for president. Goes to this black church, starts talking like that. That was — that used to be called “blackface.” … And that’s like a blackface voice. I don’t know what the hell she’s doing.

    Later in the show, Boyles played another excerpt from the same speech in which Clinton quoted Rev. James Cleveland’s hymn “I don’t feel no ways tired”:

    http://colorado.mediamatters.org/items/200703060008

  • AC

    I’ve never attended a Tea Party rally.

    You do use Internet postings to form an opinion, which hasn’t been too positive thus far.

    Since you’re using your non-attendance as an escape from this debate, in the future, kindly dispense with the Koch brothers conspiracy theories. Having never been to a Tea Party rally, how would you know if they’re acting as TPM puppetmasters?

    Duke said this:

    He believes that he has the support of the rank and file Tea Party Movement

    It’s safe to assume that he’s not operating on any plane of reality. The rank and file do not support that odious racist.

    Forget about a “few thousand”

    His supporters might number a few thousand in total, and might show up at rallies from time to time, but they aren’t what the Tea Party stands for. They aren’t taking the podium like the Panthers, and if they did, their racist hate would be quickly shouted down.

    If the Clintons were legitimizing the Panthers then they are also at fault.

    If a Tea Party chapter brought Klansmen to the podium I would immediately denounce that chapter as being out of touch with what the Tea Party stands for, which is liberty and justice for all.

    The Tea Party’s approach to race is enshrined in men like Allen West and Marco Rubio, not David Duke and Don Black.

  • JoeS

    The thing to remember is that, although some blacks like Obama, Holder, Michelle, or shabik mulazzim-el (whatever), may be, er racist, OUR good blacks, like Herman Cain, are AMERICANS first, and see no color!!

    Wiat what? Cain played the race card against Rick Perry? Yeah, but…Cain is OUR black guy, right?? Right?! Now what??

    Stop the fantasy world stuff people. Just stop already…

  • JoeS

    @ AC

    Not to quibble but West said on his vote for me website that Harry Reid should be fired for using the word “negro”. Also, Cain just played the race card on Perry.

    We’d be much better off if we stopped trying to bang square pegs into round holes, so that we won’t be accused of being “racist” – even though we all know that nothing will ever stop that – and simply kept to our conservative ideals. Any blacks who want to join are a-ok, as long as they leave ALL of their stupid racial grievances behind.

    Can we please stop bending over? For once?

  • JoeS
  • lao
  • http://libertyatstake.blogspot.com/ LibertyAtStake

    Keep looking. Eric “My People” Holder must be in there somewhere.

    d(^_^)b
    http://libertyatstake.blogspot.com/
    “Because the Only Good Progressive is a Failed Progressive”

  • hiram

    Nice try, lao. I didn’t see David Duke speaking to the Tea Party. I saw Duke speaking to a camera… and I’m sure Tea Partiers aren’t bothering to listen. I for one only caught a total of about 15 seconds of his crap before closing the tab on that nutjob.

    Your side’s nutjobs, however, get spots at the podium.

  • lao zedong

    …and what evidence do you have that any tea party member gives a crap about David Duke?

  • lao

    fibby says: note the woman in white with the pulled-back cornrolls).

    Yes, she seems to have been beside the podium in those pictures of both Shabazz and Obama. Perhaps she was the M.C.

    Now, look at the photograph at the link I provided @12:26.

    There she is again, arm in arm with Bill Clinton. Same hair, same white top, same yellow dress.

    Not positive about that? Stop video #1 I provided @ 1:00 at about the 1:36 mark. You get a glimpse of her from behind and can see the blue printing on the back of her shirt that is visible in the photo at the top.

    Well, by gosh, what are we to make of this? This woman was standing right BESIDE the Panthers, and later on she was linked arm in arm with Bill Clinton!

    The front of her shirt commemorates the anniversary of the Pettus Bridge march. I suspect she was one of the original marchers.

    The only link I have discovered that references what Shabazz said that day is this one.

    Also present at the march was a contingent of the New Black Panther Party, who as the crowd marched through Selma and across the bridge, raised their fists and chanted “Black Power!”

    “This is a new generation of struggle,” said Malik Z Shabazz, chairman of the New Black Panther Party, “For the Black community, it is not just Bloody Sunday, but Bloody Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.” Shabazz added, “Yesterday there was Vietnam, today there is a war led by a warmonger named Bush,” before his microphone was grabbed by one of the organizers.

    How about that? The Black Panther attempt to impose their own agenda was cut off.

    Was the woman in the white shirt the one who grabbed the mic from Shabazz? That photo certainly places her in the right position to do so.

    The fact that she was beside the podium with both Shabazz and Obama and then arm in arm with Bill Clinton at the march pegs her as “one of the organizers” and a very important one at that.

    Here’s another picture of her marching with Clinton.

  • Festivus

    That’s a good rib tickler there, lao. “David Duke speaks to the Tea Party, uploaded and posted by David Duke.” Let us know if the Tea Party responds and you might have a post worth making. lol

    Unbelievable (sort of).

    Just curious – did you go seek that out yourself or did you find it on HuffPo?

  • http://kurlander.blogspot.com GoY

    That’s a good rib tickler there, lao. “David Duke speaks to the Tea Party, uploaded and posted by David Duke.” Let us know if the Tea Party responds and you might have a post worth making. lol

    Even for lao, that was pretty pathetic.

  • lao’s flat rotting colon

    STOP PICKING ON MY BOYFRIEND YOU RACIST WINGNUTS!

  • lao

    My point is very simple.

    Any flake, be it Duke or Shabazz, can attend the same public events as a politician or political group.

    Any flake, be it Duke or Shabazz, can claim to support a politician or political group.

    Any flake, be it Duke or Shabazz, can claim that they themselves are supported by a politician or political group.

    BUT, unless you get those politicians or political groups, on tape, indicating their direct support for the flakes, then fatuously claiming that those politicians or political groups are “associated”, are “close allies”, are “in bed with them” or they “share their intense hatred”, is profoundly stupid.

    Thanks for playing.

  • Fiberal

    lao-Z shrieks in his high-pitch, castrada voice:

    fibby, I already presented a link with a photo of Bill and Hillary Clinton marching in the same row as Obama.

    .

    What- does- that- have- to- do- with- anything? You trilobite.

    First of all, did you read my Juan Williams link, who gleefully explained how Hildabeast was not going to be there but for BO?

    Secondly, you are comparing apples to apples— These are all democrats, numbskull. Of course they don’t give two centavos who they genuflect to if they can pander. That’s what liberals do: they pander.

    Thirdly, Bill Clinton was the first black president (sic). It makes perfect sense that he’s there. Liberal; check. Panderer;check. Without any moral compass whatsoever?; check.

    So what is your point? You hermaphrodite.

    .

    Is it safe to conclude that you also condemn them for “marching with” the New Black Panthers?

    Definitely.

    Do you condemn Congressman John Lewis for “marching with” the New Black Panthers?

    Definitely.

    Do you condemn every other person in that march for “marching with” the New Black Panthers?

    Most definitely. They are all racists in my book and they have one message: white guys of my generation are supposed to take responsibility for past racism -real or imagined, (no way to tell today)- feel guilt and pay up.

    Now Lao-Z, do you condemn the ostensible POTUS for marching with a hate group?

    –Didn’t think so.

    So why do you care about David Duke? Either you don’t know what you’re talking about as usual (yes) or that’s just another of your brainless double standards you use to try and neutralize the stupidity of the left. You urinal.

    .
    .
    One more time Lao-Z….
    The woman in cornrolls places BO contemporaneously at the same podium as the racist hate mongers.

    .
    You panderer.

  • TonyD95B

    RE: lao at October 3, 2011 at 3:41 pm:

    “…..David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the KKK has claimed that thousands of Tea Party activists have urged him to run for the Republican nomination for president.”

    Yeah, and Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Spile Lee “claim” tawana brawley told the truth.

    Jeez…….Loud Angry Obfuscator is really, really reaching on this one.

  • hiram

    “lao says:
    October 3, 2011 at 7:17 pm

    My point is very simple.

    Any flake, be it Duke or Shabazz, can attend the same public events as a politician or political group.”

    Um, yeah, sure… I have a feeling David Duke might have some… um… DIFFICULTIES if he showed his idiot face at a Tea Party event. I’m pretty sure I’ve never seen him sharing a podium with Romney or Bachmann.

    “Any flake, be it Duke or Shabazz, can claim to support a politician or political group.”

    True. They can also claim to be from the Planet Nibiru, as one of the Democrats in my old neighborhood did.

    “Any flake, be it Duke or Shabazz, can claim that they themselves are supported by a politician or political group.”

    Yes… Duke does it by speaking to a camera, all alone in a room. Shabird-brain does it at a podium, in front of a cheering crowd, which then goes on to cheer for Chairman Obama.

    You just MADE OUR POINT, lao! There are whackjobs on both sides; we tell ours to sit down and shut up (or better yet, we just ignore them). Lefties give theirs a spot at the podium & a free pass from the DOJ on violating the law. Probably a big fat subsidy, too.

    Thanks for playing.

  • Festivus

    lao, you can’t possibly be comparing the Duke videotaped monologue to the other event, right?

    There’s no association whatsoever between Duke and the Tea Party. It’s just an echoe in Duke’s head.

    As for the other event…

  • lao

    hiram claims Shabazz spoke “to a cheering crowd”.

    Feel free to link the video. I have not seen that one.

    I particularly want to see the part where his microphone gets grabbed by one of the organizers.

    By the way, here’s the video that supposedly demonstrates that Shabazz and Obama “set off to march together”.

    “Smoking Gun” or blowing smoke?

    At about 1:30 in the video, Hillary is shown speaking beside the brick wall and the woman in the white top is there too.

    Is it Shabazz? Beats me, it doesn’t look like the guy is wearing a suit top, but I could be wrong. In any case there’s several people between him and Obama.

    As for the “uniformed NBPP member”, that’s a joke. There is very definitely NOT a prominent white circle on the front of the guy’s hat. The hat itself is very definitely NOT a black beret, it’s a black baseball cap.

    Answer? Blowing smoke.

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  • TED

    Of course Obama is Association With New Black Panthers, secretly Militant Moosehell is their leader!

  • TED

    lao is a FAKE, NO ONE can be that STUPID!

  • TED
  • TED

    Is it possable? Did Benjamin know lao? When he said:

    “Half wits talk much, but say little.”

    -Franklin, Benjamin

  • Winston Smith

    Black Panthers and KKK are 2 sides of the same coin. They both should be put inside a large THUNDERDOME in batches of 100. 100 idiots enter, 1 idiot leaves (with forehead tattoo commemorating the event).

  • Fiberal

    Oh, so now nothing to say Lao-Z?

    You just can’t follow up bc you don’t have the juice.

    Superior logic and brainpower will always prevail over left-wing sputter.

    You can’t debate. You can’t win here because you can’t yell, you can’t sputter in someone’s face, you can’t cry, you can’t threaten, you can’t gang up on someone, you can’t slap anyone.

    You, as are all liberals, intellectually bankrupt and morally corrupt to the core.

    You stink at debate. You would be nothing without the ability to troll for inadequate comparisons, false analogies and cutting & pasting someone else’s work or point of view.

    Your presence here has become thankfully, more rare. Due, I imagine, to the dim and slow realization that you have nothing.

    You belong in the streets with your troglodyte comrades protesting for the right to be stupid.

    Granted.

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    Obama was at the marches, but never listened to what was being said. Sheesh!

    [/sarc]

  • StanInTexas

    SO here is what we have learned from LaoZee in this exchange…

    President Obama can make a choice to attend a Black Panther Rally or sit for 20 years in a racist church; but that does not mean that he in any way supports or should even be associated with those groups.

    On the other hand, David Duke can make a video directed at the Tea Party, with no knowledge or support from the Tea Party; and now the Tea Party is tied to David Duke and must answer for the video.

    If Liberals didn’t have double standards, they’d have no standards at all!

  • lao

    Re fibby and stanwee and the amazing Mr. Duke.

    You both obviously failed to understand my post @ 7:17.

    The simple version: The connection between Duke and the Tea Party seems to be in his own mind.

    The connection between Shabazz and Obama in Selma in 2007 seems to be in the far right mind.

  • lao

    Here’s what we have learned from stanwee.

    An annual event commemorating the “Bloody Sunday” march in Selma in 1965 somehow, in 2007, morphed into “a black panther rally”.

    Equally amazingly, to date, nobody has managed to produce a video showing what Shabazz, the leader of the panthers, had to say at that “black panther rally”.

    Equally amazingly, there are lots of videos of prominent Democrats speaking at that “black panther rally”. Every one of them mentions the incidents of 1965 and not one of them mentions the black panthers.

    Equally amazingly, there are an abundance of photographs and videos of prominent Democrats, like primary contenders Clinton and Obama and president Clinton, embracing and linking arms with all kinds of people, BUT, not one of them is shown doing this with any black panthers at the “black panther rally”.

    Equally amazingly, a screen-grab from a video of a crowd of people claims that a guy walking several people behind Obama is a “uniformed MBPP member”.

    A look at the picture, let alone the video, shows that guy is wearing a black baseball cap. Amazingly enough, people on the far right can apparently “see” that the guy is wearing a black beret with a prominent white circle badge on the front.

    More examples of the far right creating their own reality are bound to be forthcoming.

  • SR
  • Festivus

    It was just the “Open Mic” hour of the event when Malik Shabazz was at the podium.

  • StanInTexas

    LaoZee, you are pathetic. There is obviously nothing that Obama could do that you would not defend, while at the same time criticizing the Right for it!

  • lao

    Was it a “black panther rally” stanwee?

    Was the “uniformed MBPP member” some guy wearing a baseball cap stanwee?

  • StanInTexas

    LaoZee, why don’t you try posting on a current thread. Or do you just enjoy getting slapped down so much that you want to continue your stupidity.

    You are defending Obama sharing the stage with the Black Panthers. That alone makes you an idiot!

  • lao

    stanwee, @6:28 am you made an absurd claim that the event was a “black panther rally”.

    Feel free to acknowledge your own stupidity.

    I have also pointed out that part of the photographic “evidence”, concocted by Breitbart and supported by Blount, is bogus.

    Feel free to comment on that too.

  • StanInTexas

    I already did, you idiot.

    You may feel free to piss off.

  • lao

    You already acknowledged your own stupidy stanwee? I must have missed it.

    You certainly did not comment on the phony “MBPP member” and his ball cap.

    By the way “sharing the stage” is what you see at Republican debates when all the candidates are shown together in one picture, all standing side by side.

    Like poor demented fibby, I suppose you denounce everyone who walked in that march because (supposedly) some black panther walked in the crowd as well.

    Goodness knows there was likely a Muslim, an atheist, a hippie, a bunch of gays and maybe even some conservatives marching in that crowd.

    Do people at tea party rallies demand card checks and loyalty oaths to ensure their ranks are pure?

    The “smoking gun” claim is more hog swill concocted by someone who has a demonstrated history of playing fast and loose with reality.

  • Noelegy

    lao said, “However, David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the KKK has claimed that thousands of Tea Party activists have urged him to run for the Republican nomination for president.”

    One can claim whatever one wants. Without facts to back up that claim, however, the claim is meaningless.

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  • Barack Obama

    Lao is an excellent minnion and gives a great rimjob, he’s already on it before I can even wipe.

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