Take state out of resort business

Thinking Right’s weekend free-for-all. Pick a topic:

● Georgia should sell taxpayer-owned Brasstown Valley Resort at Young Harris. The AJC’s Sunday story about a former state employee’s unchecked spending while managing a modest spa project, the cost of which jumped 434 percent to $2.6 million, is enough to make taxpayers’ blood boil. Example: The now-fired employee, Michele D. Bonner, while overseeing the renovation as acting director of the North Georgia Mountain Authority, dined 59 times over 15 months with a consultant, enjoying a 150-year-old liqueur purchased just for them. It costs $37 per glass. Total cost for the 59 meals: $9,892. Two points: 1) government should not tote suitcases and operate resorts and 2) regional government entities and development authorities lack public scrutiny and accountability. They’ll always be magnets for the kinds of dealings expected when the unsupervised are spending free money.

● GOP state school Superintendent Kathy Cox, who left office Wednesday, performed a major disservice to Georgia and to her party by resigning after qualifying. She leaves a weak field of potential replacements. Maybe it is time to have governors appoint the superintendent and the labor commissioner and possibly others now elected statewide. Governors and legislators drive major education decisions. Labor commissioners process federal money.

● Perfect legacy headline for U.S. Sen. Robert Byrd (D-W.Va.) who died this week: “Longtime senator brought home pork.” If Guam tilts from military bases, West Virginia will surely sink from domestic pork.

● Republican candidate for secretary of state Doug MacGinnitie, a former Sandy Springs city councilman, has rightly taken a hit for a dumb piece of campaign literature. In it, he wrote earnestly about protecting the voting rights of a “Captain Basnett” who was recovering from battlefield wounds. My reaction on reading it was that it was far-fetched, one-in-a-million. And it was, too, an odd parallel to Democrats’ efforts to block photo ID and other reasonable voting rules with far-fetched allegations that somewhere at some time somebody will be denied the ballot. Later in the piece MacGinnitie reveals the scenario to be pure fiction. Dumb. He should have hired former Georgia Christian Alliance chairman Sadie Fields two weeks earlier — before it left the printing press.

● Brilliant. Chisel it in stone. Make it part of the oath of office for the next governor. It’s the policy position declared by Gov. Sonny Perdue’s mouthpiece, Bert Brantley. Said he, in reference to a decision not to sign on to a federal-state consortium to put windmills off the coast: “Before we join up with something, we want the full details in terms of time and effort and money.” Wind is unreliable and more costly than coal and nuclear alternatives.

● The possible setup involving Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister, charged by a sheriff’s deputy with driving drunk, though he registered zero on an alcohol breath test; and, the witch hunt by Clayton County Sheriff Kem Kimbrough, who’s administering polygraphs to 40-50 employees to find the source of media leaks about his management of the office, prompt questions about the need for, and roles of, urban sheriffs. Bannister’s DUI arrest is the fifth by the Sheriff’s Department this year; most all DUI cases are made by police. Urban sheriffs should pretty much be limited to serving courts and running jails.

● No illegals here, colleges report. Maybe an outside auditor running Social Security numbers would help ease the minds of skeptics, like state Senate Rules Chairman Don Balfour of Snellville and others. His comment on the report: “Maybe none of the illegal students are saying they’re illegal.”

Jim Wooten, an Opinion columnist, writes for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. His column appears Friday. Reach him at wooten.jim@gmail.com.

56 comments Add your comment

retiredds

July 1st, 2010
8:02 pm

Nice eulogy to Sen. Byrd, Jim. The guy isn’t even in the ground yet and that’s all you can say. Absolutely classless, but coming from you, expected.

Ragnar Danneskjöld

July 1st, 2010
8:16 pm

Good evening all. The only question about Ms. Bonner is, “why is she not being criminally prosecuted for theft?” Inquiring minds want to know.

Every elected government position presents an opportunity for graft. Georgia has plenty of opportunities for graft.

The jbmlaw solution for politicians who use public funds for ego gratification comes from the private sector: mandate that every government building named for a politician sell the naming rights. I’ll bet you could get $50 for the naming rights at the Robert Byrd Federal Building. Use it to reduce the national debt.

Mr. MacGinnitie sounds like a typical politician to me – making up an important problem, then offering to solve it for us.

On my last visit to Dear Leader’s purported birth state (as Foghorn Leghorn would say, “that’s a joke, boy”) we made a trip to the gorgeous southernmost point in the US, a picture that now graces my computer screen. To get to that scenic point one passes a windfarm, of perhaps 50 mills. I think about 15 of them were turning, the rest in a state of advance disrepair, sorta third-worldish. Change we can believe in.

As a libertarian, I note that I can remember the days before MADD, when drunk driving was a bad habit, not one of the world’s three greatest evils. (The other two are disbelieving global warming, and doubting the wisdom of Chauncey.) I would repeal drunk driving laws. Prosecute the consequences as manslaughter, when appropriate, and criminal assault otherwise. Quit wasting police time. Lest the loons attack, I had an aunt who died as a victim of an opposing-drunk driver. Does not affect my calculus. Drunk driving laws are nothing more than an “impoverish the alcoholic’s family” legislation. No, I’ve never driven drunk, and nobody in my family has ever suffered the humiliation of DWI charges. It is a bad law, on a par with the drug possession laws.

I would repeal the illegal alien laws, while we’re at it. No, what I really want to do is increase the numbers who can be admitted legally, to around 10 million per year. How else can I get my lawn tended?

Lawrence

July 1st, 2010
8:42 pm

Retiredds…You are classless, yourself

Dave

July 1st, 2010
9:08 pm

retiredds – somehow I think you wouldn’t know class if it hit you between the eyes, maybe it’s too much Obama “cool aid” has blurred your vision. Jim now on the other hand, who I’ve know for over 30 years is a man of class and an officer and a gentlement.

go post on on CT’s blog she needs all the help, no matter how weak it may be, she can get.

Aquagirl

July 1st, 2010
9:40 pm

Wind power is unreliable? With a surplus of dimwits like Doug MacGinnitie we have a blast of hot air capable of lighting the Western Hemisphere. The noxious gases emanating from Sadie Fields alone outstrip the potential of ANWAR.

I didn’t see flaming sea turtles in the Gulf drilling plans. I wonder if Mr. Brantley would apply the same standards to other sources of energy as he does to wind power?

SellItToZell

July 1st, 2010
11:05 pm

Jim says “Georgia should sell taxpayer-owned Brasstown Valley Resort at Young Harris.”. Good idea. Suggest you sell it back to Zell Miller, that bastion of conservatism responsible for this north Georgia moneypit. Remember back when Jim?

The Cynical White Boy

July 1st, 2010
11:20 pm

If we sell Brasstown back to “Zig-Zag” Zell….can we “sell” the big a$$ fishing ramps (”Go Fish!”) back to Sonny?

Can we sell a portion of I-85 back to (the late) Ernie Vandiver?

How ’bout selling the (soon to be urban ghetto ‘hood) Atlantic Station back to Gov. Bobby Kahn? Oops, I mean King Roy.

Mid-South Philosopher

July 2nd, 2010
4:59 am

Good morning, Jim,

No doubt about it, the “false” arrest of Gwinnett County Commission chairman, Charles Bannister, stinks to high heaven. Seems as though “Butchie” and his boys might need a bit of “in-service training”?!? Of course, I am sure that “investigating mongol”, Danny Porter will soon put things to right.

It is adieu to Kathy Cox as state school superintendent. She didn’t do a half bad job considering that the real power is shared between the totally unconstitutional U.S. Department of Education and the inept fiefdom known as “local control.”

Bert Brantley’s admonition concerning the federal consortium of windmills off the coast…I can’t think of anyone or anything that knows more about “wind” than a supporter of Silly Sonny’s administration.

Bhorsoft

July 2nd, 2010
5:27 am

Emotionally, I want to agree with you selling Brasstown Valley Resort. There are some things taxpayer dollars shouldn’t pay for. But… Where do we draw the line? Do we sell Jekyll Island (state owned)? How about the state owned golf courses? Lodges at state parks (although budget cuts have forced the closure of the lodge at Red Top Mtn. and other parks)? How about selling of all of our State Parks in their entirety? It seems a slippery slope. I don’t have the answers, but it does seem to me that often the public gets the gov’t run recreational facilities that it wants.

jconservative

July 2nd, 2010
8:25 am

“Wind is unreliable and more costly than coal and nuclear alternatives.”

This is actually incorrect. Wind will not “run out” and eventually coal will. Wind farms are 10 times cheaper to build than nuclear plants.

The key question is who will pay for the building and who will guarantee the power line rights of way. These two questions have not been addressed.

jconservative

July 2nd, 2010
8:35 am

“Urban sheriffs should pretty much be limited to serving courts and running jails.”

I agree with you on this one Jim. But the problem is Sheriff’s are Constitutionally elected officers. So things will remain the same.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 2nd, 2010
8:36 am

Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister is the kind of citizen that all Americans can be proud of in this case. Omitting the unusual circumstances that led to his arrest, a deputy sheriff had reason to believe Bannister was driving under the influence of alcohol in a county vehicle, and pulled him over after Bannister almost caused an accident. There was no abortion laden integrationist African American ‘wench’ found in Bannister’s vehicle that repeatedly disobeyed the directives of the deputy sheriff. Bannister was asked to exit the vehicle and the deputy smelled alcohol. Bannister was given a field sobriety test. After the deputy sheriff judged Bannister to have failed the field tests for sobriety three times, he arrested Bannister without any physical resistance.

Because Bannister did not physically resist, the deputy sheriff did not strike him about the head etc to affect the arrest. He was taken to the Gwinnett County jail and asked to take a breath test for alcohol; Bannister consented to the test. The test registered .000. It did not detect alcohol in his system. Bannister was asked to take a blood test. Again Bannister consented and was taken to Gwinnett Medical Center.

Bannister was exonerated three days after his arrest when a second alcohol test came back with the same result as the first, .000: The chairman did not have alcohol in his system on the night he was arrested and was not driving under the influence of alcohol when a deputy sheriff pulled him over.

Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway has apologized for mistakenly charging County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister with DUI, and he scrambled to explain how his department mishandled the case.

The system has run its course and the ball is in the court of Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister and his attorneys. Provided there are no extenuating circumstances surrounding this case, Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister has set a perfect example of an American that we all can be proud.

Kay

July 2nd, 2010
9:25 am

MacGinnitie’s mailer clearly said “hypothetical” and was an attempt to illustrate a real problem, that “nearly 80 to 85 percent of military voters were unable to cast an absentee ballot that counted during the 2008 presidential election” per a study conducted last year by The Heritage Foundation.

redweather

July 2nd, 2010
9:31 am

“There was no abortion laden integrationist African American ‘wench’ found in Bannister’s vehicle that repeatedly disobeyed the directives of the deputy sheriff.”

I assume the sentence quoted above is an attempt at humor. Is there some racial angle to the Bannister case that I’m missing? And what does “abortion laden integrationist African American ‘wench’” actually mean?

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 2nd, 2010
9:54 am

Abortion laden integrationist African American wenches are those who aborted over half the babies they should’ve birthed since 1973, Roe vs. Wade. And if one had been riding along with County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister, most likely she would have been promiscuous and had several abortions.

It’s a play on the disorderly wench the Bulldogs’ athletics director had riding along with him at midnight.

AtlNative73

July 2nd, 2010
9:55 am

I have to say that I agree with your paragraph about urban sheriffs. Having witnessed firsthand the wisdom of having a countywide police department with a sheriffs office running the jail and serving warrants (Athens Clarke-County is a great example), I believe that this system works best. In fact, I think that every county should adopt this system – this would limit politics in law enforcement and reduce the political power of rural sheriffs. That means no more Tom Poppel types (for all you newcomers, Google McIntosh County and Tom Poppel).

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 2nd, 2010
10:27 am

“Because Bannister did not physically resist, the deputy sheriff did not strike him about the head etc to affect the arrest.”

It’s a play on the African American young women in Seattle who physically resisted arrest and directives of a police officer. The physical resistance resulted in one young woman being punched in the face by the police etc

Bannister is an American we can be proud of.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 2nd, 2010
10:34 am

“He was taken to the Gwinnett County jail and asked to take a breath test for alcohol; Bannister consented to the test. The test registered .000. It did not detect alcohol in his system. Bannister was asked to take a blood test. Again Bannister consented and was taken to Gwinnett Medical Center.”

Georgia Bulldogs’ Athletic Director Damon Evans refused to take a breath test for alcohol when requested by the Georgia State Patrolman.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 2nd, 2010
10:38 am

“Bannister was exonerated three days after his arrest when a second alcohol test came back with the same result as the first, .000: ”

University of Georgia Athletic Director Damon Evans was meeting Friday with an Athens attorney, a day after Evans issued a public apology for a DUI arrest.

Aquagirl

July 2nd, 2010
10:50 am

@ Kay; the “hypothetical” appeared on the back of the flyer. And as someone who has done more than hypothetical service in the military, MacGinnity can shove that flyer up his hypothetical bum. He has Sadie Fields to assist in the removal operation, she has a long history of shoving her nose into such places.

Kay

July 2nd, 2010
11:28 am

@Aquagirl, Actually seen the flyer? “Hypothetical” appeared on the same size side of the mailer as the rest of the copy, in the same font size. There was no attempt to deceive. Finally, your hate-filled speech is not a constructive part of any dialogue.

Knuckling Under

July 2nd, 2010
12:22 pm

It’s the 4th of July. Do you know what place your Braves are in?

FIRST!

The late Mr. Byrd must have struck out with Wooten when he apologized one too many times for his innings with the KKK. K. Cox managed to leave her base in a pinch running off to DC like that. Funny how windmills have so few fans.

Cutty

July 2nd, 2010
12:49 pm

I wonder what they will write on the tombstone of Wooten:

Here lies a douche!

Hillbilly Deluxe

July 2nd, 2010
12:55 pm

Jim says “Georgia should sell taxpayer-owned Brasstown Valley Resort at Young Harris.”. Good idea. Suggest you sell it back to Zell Miller,

Maybe “Shirley’s little bank” can loan him the money.

Aquagirl

July 2nd, 2010
1:26 pm

@ Kay, yes I have, here is the front “size” to the mailer.

http://www.wsbtv.com/2010/0623/24012252_640X347.jpg

And drop the highfalutin’ concern troll attitude. MacGinnitie’s pathetic attempt at using the Purple Heart to buy votes deserves nothing but contempt. I personally despise chickenhawks who only notice the military when they think they can buy some votes. You seem okay with it. Folks like you are a dime a dozen, forever harping on their support for the military while simultaneously showing utter disrespect.

If hate speech in your direction offends you, avoid lying about what’s on the front “size” of your boy’s mailer, you leg-hugging fake conservative. Lying and snooty blather are not dialogue, period.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 2nd, 2010
1:43 pm

“Provided there are no extenuating circumstances surrounding this case, Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister has set a perfect example of an American that we all can be proud.”

I simply mean it is possible that Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister could be working in concert with one or more members of the Gwinnett County Sheriff department to induce an unlawful arrested.

Such a ploy would strike a serious blow at Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 4th, 2010
11:34 am

Mine eyes have seen the glory
Of the coming of the Lord;
He is trampling out the vintage
Where the grapes of wrath are stored;
He hath loosed the fateful lightning
Of His terrible swift sword;
His truth is marching on.

Glory, glory, hallelujah
Glory, glory, hallelujah
His truth is marching on.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 4th, 2010
11:35 am

I have seen Him in the watch fires
Of a hundred circling camps;
We are building Him an altar
In the evening dews and damps;
I can see His righteous sentence
By our dim but flaring lamps;
His day is marching on.

Glory, glory, hallelujah
Glory, glory, hallelujah
His truth is marching on.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 4th, 2010
11:37 am

He has sounded forth the trumpet
That shall never sound retreat;
He is sifting out the hearts of men
Before His judgement seat.
O be swift, my soul, to answer Him
Be jubilant, my feet
Our God is marching on

Glory, glory, hallelujah
Glory, glory, hallelujah
His truth is marching on.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 4th, 2010
11:38 am

In the beauty of the lilies
Christ was born across the sea,
With a glory in His bosom
That transfigures you and me:
As He died to make men holy,
Let us die to make men free;
While God is marching on.

Glory, glory, hallelujah
Glory, glory, hallelujah
His truth is marching on.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 4th, 2010
11:45 am

Many thanks go out to Rita G.

Dusty

July 4th, 2010
2:08 pm

Well, thanks, Jim Wooten, for being your purely honest self. I don’t believe “politically correct” has ever entered your mind. Reading your thoughts brings us to the happy conclusion that we can believe what we are reading.

So I wish you a happy fouth of July. Long may you continue your good work. It is always a pleasure to read and the source of a most reliable opinion..

jm

July 5th, 2010
12:30 pm

Funny thing about wind power, Denmark generates almost 20% of their power by wind. As for who will pay for the construction? The rate payers. Georgia Power will ask the PSC for a “temporary” rate increase to finance the construction (just like they would do with a new nuclear or coal plant) and the PSC will approve it. Naturally, over time that temporary rate increase will become permanent.

dennis

July 5th, 2010
3:32 pm

If Mr. Wooten is sincere on getting the state out of the resort business, he should convenience the Jekyll Island Authority to stop the unnecessary development they intend on Jekyll Island. Thousands of Georgians have protested against it and the Jekyll Island Authority has refused to listen to them. And in addition to that, it was all a shady operation by the Authority from the beginning.

But then, those folks are all Wooten’s Republican buddies.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 6th, 2010
11:43 am

And when Jesus had come near Americans prior integration, he beheld the people, and knew the devil, The New World Order, would deceive them to integrate and he wept over them, Saying, If they had known, even you, at least in this day, the things which will bring you peace! But now they are hid from your eyes.

For the days shall come upon you, that your enemies shall cast a trench, and circle you, and keep you in on every side, And shall lay you even with the ground, and your children within you; and they shall not leave in you one stone upon another; because you knew not the time of your visitation.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 6th, 2010
2:12 pm

There is no doubt Thurgood Marshall has to share responsibility with other civil rights leaders, and their sycophants in the media, for the genocidal conditions, (fratricide, prisons, confusion, lawlessness, abject ignorance, etc), visited upon the masses of African Americans today.

The integrationist leaders cherish Thurgood Marshall’s legacy because they are at liberty to focus the attention of the ignorant on ‘successful’ individual integrationist figures like Oprah Winfrey, Bill Cosby, and similar sycophants.

Oh my, the civil rights leaders have been good for America, especially African Americans. Oh yes, don’t forget about our first black President of the United States; and he’s a mongrel.

Rahm Emanuel and I are ‘requesting’ that President Barack Obama bestow upon all of the criminal integrationist civil rights leaders and their sycophants employed in the media, the highest civilian medal; the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

They have really stupefied African Americans; and some Americans too.

DebbieDoRight

July 6th, 2010
2:45 pm

Jim: Maybe it is time to have governors appoint the superintendent and the labor commissioner and possibly others now elected statewide. Governors and legislators drive major education decisions.

What about the right of the people to choose their elected officials in a fair voting process, instead of the right for the Governor to choose one of his unqualified political buddies or a high ranking “donor” to his campaign in a job that is too important to let partisan politics play with?

Jim: Urban sheriffs should pretty much be limited to serving courts and running jails.

Yes, let’s hope the Sherriff’s Dept. where you live takes that into consideration when you need them and they’re the closest on call to you – they can just tell you that since you are not at court or in jail, they can’t help you. Wait for your local under funded, under staffed, police department to come to your aid.

No illegals here, colleges report. Maybe an outside auditor running Social Security numbers would help ease the minds of skeptics

That’s BRILLIANT!!! THat’s exactly what we need – another tax payer initiative to add to the yoke already strangling us!! Thanks Jim!!

Jim: Said he, in reference to a decision not to sign on to a federal-state consortium to put windmills off the coast:

Naturally you’d like anything that would help Georgia Power put a strangle hold on the State. Do you own stock in Georgia Power?

DebbieDoRight

July 6th, 2010
2:47 pm

Dr. Stan – seek help. Only someone who is obsessed with race would identify themselves the “insert color here” one.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 6th, 2010
3:26 pm

I warned you before she exposed herself. The integrationist civil rights leaders and their sycophants have really stupefied African Americans; and some Americans too. Look at 28-year old Courtney Fuhrmann who was in Evan’s car. Please Debbie. Don’t allow the integrationist civil rights leaders to deceive you too. Do right!

I’m a black man and the stupefied have a problem with me being able to recognize it; not to mention say it.

I wonder what the confused would say about this one. In the 1500s-1960s, it was acceptable for people to refer to separatist-segregated African Americans as Nig…s. But the characterization was definitely a lie. They had God Almighty on their side, honor, class, and dignity. I had the pleasure of knowing many of them.

Thanks to the civil right leaders, it is unacceptable to refer to today’s integrationist African Americans as Nig…s. But unfortunately, it’s a reality today. I have the displeasure of associating with some of them. The integrationist African American that we see today is epidemic of a Nig…r; Look at the Godlessness, fratricide, prisons, confusion, lawlessness, abject ignorance, etc.

How can you deny it? It’s crystal clear.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 6th, 2010
3:42 pm

Guess who wants to solve the almost impossible problems facing integrationist African Americans today? It’s the very ones that created it; the integrationist African American leaders and their integrationist sycophants.

You’ve got to laugh at that one. Aint that a hush your mouth Dr. Stan, the black one.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 6th, 2010
9:27 pm

Oprah Winfrey had better be careful. Americans are waking up and that could be dangerous. They might snap to their senses and discover that Oprah has been stealing their money and entertaining them, laughing in their faces, at the same time.

Oprah Winfrey earned a billion dollars via Ponzi Scheming in concert with the in- crowd on Wall Street, the plunge protection team, the working group on financial markets. Remember, she didn’t create or sell widgets of one sort or another to become wealthy. She played the Wall Street Ponzi Scheme ala Bernie Madoff style.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 6th, 2010
9:48 pm

African American leaders in the media are attempting to teach police officers the lessons they’ve taught the average African American that works for a company etc.

If they see employees or people stealing and breaking the law in one way or another, look the other way. It’s not your business.

Logical Dude

July 7th, 2010
2:41 am

Dr. Stan,
Oh my Freakin God. Get off the integrationist hyperbole. You sound like someone stuck in the middle of the 20th century.
Please, come over to the 21st century where everyone is equal and race is not the most important quality to look at.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 7th, 2010
6:29 am

Dude, there is no exaggeration here. You have erred like integrationist African American leaders and their sycophants in the media not knowing the scriptures, or the power of God in heaven and on earth.

Do you know that God will never forsake his people Israel, and how it is the most important quality to look at?

For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 7th, 2010
6:36 am

And what logical dude would reprove God Almighty, the God of the Bible? And who is able to restrict God Almighty to one century or another? Have you not heard that his word endures forever?

Or have you ever heard the house of Israel say, the way of the Lord is not equal. But the truth of the matter is God’s ways are always equal from creation until the end of time; and the 21st century ways are always unequal.

Then how can you ask me to come over to the 21st century where everyone is equal and race is not the most important quality to look at?

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 7th, 2010
6:39 am

Dude, you should be offended at Oprah Winfrey and the plunge protection team, the working group on financial markets working in concert to steal your money etc.

Instead you say, “Oh my Freakin God. Get off the integrationist hyperbole. You sound like someone stuck in the middle of the 20th century. Please, come over to the 21st century where everyone is equal and race is not the most important quality to look at.”

You strain at a gnat and swallow a camel.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 7th, 2010
6:46 am

Or you should empathize with the plight of the masses of African Americans etc. A people who once had God Almighty on their side, honor, class, dignity and self respect in the 20th century, but in the 21st century thanks to the integrationist African Americans and their sycophants in the media, African Americans are in the throes of fratricide, abortions, prisons, lawlessness, abject ignorance etc.

But logical dude says, “Oh my Freakin God. Get off the integrationist hyperbole. You sound like someone stuck in the middle of the 20th century. Please, come over to the 21st century where everyone is equal and race is not the most important quality to look at.

You hypocrite, first cast the plank out of your eyes and then you will see how to take splinter out of you brother’s eyes.

It’s obvious the civil rights integrationist leaders and their minions have deceived some Americans too.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 7th, 2010
6:49 am

I’ve got to go everyone. No doubt the traffic on I-20 is starting to shift in full gear.

I’ll talk to everyone later; God willing.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 7th, 2010
10:14 am

I arrived at work safely and I-20 was a doozy as usual. Let me plug my laptop into a safe connection and check on a few things.

Who does Gayl King think she’s talking too; her partner in Ponzi Schemes, Oprah Winfrey? You don’t tell Americans what to say in conversation and or how to say it. Take that horse dung back to Hollywood.

As for me, I learned my lesson. I would never call those corporate talk shows with criminal corporate employees at the helm, ready to cut you off if something significant is alluded to.

Thank God for the internet. For the most part, you can say exactly what you mean without being rudely interrupted by some integrationist abortion laden African American wench on the other end.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

July 7th, 2010
10:43 am

I’ve heard some integrationist African American New World Order minions say they have their pass ports at the ready in case the American people are awakened to the international integrationist Ponzi Scheme to rob and destroy the United States of America.
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As my main man Bob Chapman of the International Forecaster would say, they have another thing coming.