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Jul 21 2013

Open Thread


Via I Am the Tea Party, on tips from G. Fox and Chris W.

31 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. RadioMattM says:

    Oh, that is good!

  2. Berlet98 says:

    Obamacare Union Shockers

    The poor babies at the Laborers International Union of North America, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the United Food and Commercial Workers and Unite Here, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers are upset!
    It seems that those labor unions, along with the rest of us, are about to be screwed by the fine print in Barack Hussein Obama’s legacy legislation, aka Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act, which most unions enthusiastically supported back in 2009, along with Obama in 2008 and 2012, and will require their membership to cough up a ton of money to help make the deeply flawed ACA solvent.

    Welcome to Obamacareworld!

    In a letter to the president sent with copies sent to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, LIUNA President Terry O’Sullivan whined that “some factors” could directly impact unionized construction workers who are typically covered by employer plans and noted that costs are rising for such plans because of the law’s mandates.

    He complained that “a tax under the law would cost those health plans $63 per individual, or $630,000 for a plan covering 10,000 people” and “In effect, ACA takes money from the pockets of each laborer covered by a health and welfare fund and gives it to for-profit insurance companies.”

    Actually, . . . (

  3. Lefty Mongtard says:

    Ben Ghazi? Was he in the classic Kelly’s Heroes war movie?

  4. IslandLifer says:

    He’s got a list of names he could choose.
    Saul Lyndra

  5. Kauf Buch says:

    BREAKING NEWS: Obama has changed his name to “Trayvon’s Pulse”
    to more closely align with his poll numbers.

  6. John Knoefler says:

    Hispanic family is gunned down in Brooklyn NY.
    The paper feels it’s perfectly fine to mention the race of the victims but no mention is made of the race of the attackers. Only that they were teenagers or youth and they all wore white t-shirts. Anyone want to bet which race of teens did this? Oh, BTW, it was in retaliation after the father filed a complaint when his daughter was assaulted after rejecting one of the gang members advances.

  7. […] The most recent post at the time of my first visit was a meme-style picture of George Zimmerman captioned with, “George Zimmerman changes his name to Ben Ghazi so that the Obama administration will never mention him again.” Here is the permalink to that post if you are interested (I encourage you to peruse the comment sections, they are filled with colorful references to things very foreign to my left-of-center consciousness): […]

  8. Ummah Gummah says:


    NYC has devolved to the point where anyone with serious hopes of becoming mayor now has to kiss the criminal race-baiter Al Sharpton’s ring:

    Too bad all the juicy pictures of all the candidates in their temporary new digs have been removed from this version of the article.


  9. Steve says:

    Kate Middleton Goes into Labor (Live Coverage and Hospital Cam)

  10. DJ says:

    The cause of Detroit’s demise is not due to failed liberal policies or 50 years of Democrat rule as the PC crowd contend; it is a direct result of demographic change. Its demise is due to its Blackness.


    “Detroit Is A Microcosm Of Black America”–Black Studies Professor’s 2010 Op-Ed Says What Conservatism Inc. Won’t

    By Paul Kersey on July 21, 2013 at 11:13pm

    One man understands what the bankruptcy of Detroit represents—in an op-ed, he has cut to the heart of what the Motor City symbolizes.

    read more>>

  11. DJ says:

    Barack Obama, Trayvon Martin and the Four Dirty Little Secrets of Black America

    Pull quote:

    “For generations, it’s always been the same “conversation”: blacks lecture, hector, and demand that whites agree that 2 + 2 = 5.”

  12. octa bright says:

    Until the Afro-American leadersip and community acceppts the responsibility that comes with political power the result of their achieving that power will be disasterious.
    Efective government requires power and resposibility be linked. It may not be “good” government but it will be effective government.
    THAT is why Detroit failed.

  13. DJ says:

    Obama’s Department Store Humiliations

    by Laura Wood

    IN HIS remarks yesterday about the Trayvon Martin case, Obama spoke of the times he has been profiled as a black man. The New York Times reports:

    But in the most expansive remarks he has made about race since becoming president, Mr. Obama offered three examples of the humiliations borne by young black men in America: being followed while shopping in a department store, hearing the click of car doors locking as they cross a street, or watching as women clutch their purses nervously when they step onto an elevator. The first two experiences, he said, had happened to him.

    “Those sets of experiences inform how the African-American community interprets what happened one night in Florida,” Mr. Obama said. “And it’s inescapable for people to bring those experiences to bear.”

    These incidents in which black men who have done nothing wrong are questioned or are under suspicion are, of course, fairly common and real. But imagine if they happened less. As Heather MacDonald has written, the granting of leeway to police in stopping suspected criminals has dramatically reduced crime in New York City, and since blacks are overwhelmingly responsible for that crime they are more likely to be stopped.

    However, the incidents Obama mentioned are laughably minor compared to the humiliations of crime victims. He has never been detained by the police or even frisked. His experiences are trivial inconveniences. They are nothing compared to the hardships that are imposed on millions daily by the realities of black savagery. It would be nice if just one American political figure had the honesty and courage to say in response to Obama something like this:

    I’m sorry that the president has had to be inconvenienced in this way even though he has never committed a crime. But I would like to share my experiences too. For much of my life I have had to restrict my movements as a result of black criminality. I have never really been a free man in my own city. I never see certain neighborhoods because of the possibility of being attacked. My daughters are especially limited in the places they can go. I know of an old man who was beaten to death, a cab driver who was shot and a woman who was brutally raped just blocks from my home. I’ve been mugged three times and each time the man was black. I spend lots of money on cab fares because it is too dangerous to walk home at night.

    Obama complains about being stopped by security men in department stores. I assure him it is much worse to be stopped by a thug with a gun. But I am lucky. Many others have had their movements confined much more. Those are the tens of thousands of people who have been injured or killed by black criminals. I suggest that the president be considerate and understanding of others when they are trying to protect themselves and that he acknowledge that in order to be “a full part” of a free society one must condemn anti-social behavior. The necessary corollary of freedom is responsibility.

  14. Katya Kakhov says:

    Had he a used one of the Fast and Furious 5.7FN pistols , he would be sipping rum from a coconut in Bermuda right now .

  15. Glorious Rainbow Hopetopia says:

    NYC food stamp recipients send groceries to Haiti, Jamaica, Dominican Republic:

  16. Anonymous says:

    Detroit failed simply because blacks are, among a myriad of other undertakings, totally incapable of governing themselves in Detroit, New Orleans, Haiti, Liberia, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, the whole African continent, etc., etc., etc…

    To assuage White-guilt or to not coming across as racist, Whites are always searching for excuses, euphemisms and subterfuges to sugar-coat the real cause aforementioned and of course, automatically blame liberals.

    San Francisco is an über, recalcitrantly liberal town and is a very vibrant (economically)city and will be that way for time to come. But is not governed by blacks. Of course they probably have their fair share of token negroes. But the city is not governed by them.

  17. DJ says:

    God help America if The Treason Lobby gets its way.


    THEY COME to AMERICA II: The Cost of Amnesty (2013)
    The most action-packed, eye-opening documentary ever made about illegal immigration has many people saying it’s the film that can KILL the IMMIGRATION BILL. But it’s not in theaters because Hollywood and the mainstream media reject Dennis Michael Lynch (DML). “It’s a must-see.” – Sean Hannity, FOX NEWS

    THEY COME to AMERICA I: Cost of Illegal Immigration (2012)
    DML’s first film is a riveting, non-partisan doc that exposes the true costs both human and financial. It’s a film the open-borders advocates don’t want you to see because it tells both sides of the issue. “Amazing film.” – Andrew Wilkow, THE BLAZE

  18. Ross Footage says:

    Meanwhile outside the temple of immaculate Saint Trayvon:

  19. Inept Kakistocracy says:

    Pelousy on Shillary/Bite Me 2016 what a blessing of riches we have:

  20. M.Wilson says:

    First Detroit blamed poor and middle-class whites for all their problems, saying that their racism and discrimination drove crime and poverty in black neighborhoods.

    The poor and middle class whites left, and Detroit’s problems got worse.

    Then they blamed white small-business owners for their problems, saying that they refused to hire blacks because of their race.

    White small-business owners left, and Detroit’s problems got worse.

    They then blamed government officials for their problems, saying that the city did not do enough to help their poor.

    The city opened its coffers, and Detroit’s problems got worse.

    Then they blamed rich people for their problems, accusing them of hoarding their wealth, sucking money out of the city and giving nothing back.

    So the rich people left, and Detroit’s problems got worse.

    Then they blamed the teachers, claiming their high expectations hurt students’ “self-esteem” and led them to poverty and crime.

    The teachers with high expectations left, and Detroit’s problems got worse.

    Then they blamed the police, accusing them of profiling and unfairly arresting people who actually were committing crime.

    The police closed their eyes as they were told, and Detroit’s problems got worse.

    Finally they have nobody left to blame but themselves, and still they rage. Still they search desperately for someone else to blame while at the same time they look up from their desolate, blood-soaked streets to all the people they had persecuted and driven off, crying “Please, save us!”

    Why should we not look down and answer “No”?

  21. Logic_Mine says:

    BEN – GHAZI now that is clever.

  22. Star Chucker says:

    Why not make it a twofer?

    Mr. Ira S. Benghazi

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