Georgia Democrats in full retreat

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

● Horror of horrors, I may have been wrong. I blamed President Barack Obama, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid for the massive election defeat their party suffered last week. They swear it wasn’t them. It was, said Pelosi in a USA Today op-ed, “the genuine frustration of the American people, who are justifiably angered by the continued high unemployment rate.” Frustration, not their policies. Got it. Proceed, now, to the 2012 campaign on that long black train.

● The Pelosi-Obama-induced implosion of the Democratic Party in the South continues with the decision by three veteran legislators to switch parties. State Rep. Alan Powell’s switch means that outside metro Atlanta only two House districts north of I-20 are represented by Democrats: Rick Crawford of Cedartown and Barbara Massey Reece of Menlo, one just south and one just north of Rome. The other two party switchers are from Sanford Bishop’s congressional district in the southwest part of the state. Whites so thoroughly abandoned Bishop this year that but for a part of Columbus, where black voter registration is 70 percent and he won by 19,277-4,887, he’d be toast.

● U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson’s quick endorsement of Pelosi for minority leader is a reminder that, with defeats and defections, the Georgia party moves further left — no place to be. It’s OK, though, for black incumbents. The Voting Rights Act protects them — and will save Bishop from redistricting that could defeat him in 2012.

● State House Democrats here, trying to make virtue of the reality that whites outside Atlanta-Decatur are increasingly opting out, plan to reinvent their party as the party of “women.” With some amusement, though, it is noted here that the election victory that party activist Amy Morton touts is the defeat of state Rep. Jill Chambers of DeKalb County, a strong advocate of ethics and MARTA accountability whose public service should be an example to women everywhere. Ah, but she’s a Republican and she was defeated by a Democratic woman.

● The state House Democratic caucus, like the Republican caucus before it, made one smart move. Republicans made the visionary state Rep. Larry O’Neal of Warner Robins their majority leader. Democrats gave that honor to state Rep. Stacey Abrams of Atlanta, a 36-year-old tax attorney who is one of the emerging stars of Democratic politics in Georgia — and somebody who’s smart enough to help guide this party back into the competition.

● Cobb County would do well to get out of the amphitheater and golf course business, something it’s considering. Taxpayers have lost $4 million on the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre and $2 million on the golf course in Acworth.

● If I get a chance to review Aimee Michael’s 50-year sentence for causing wrecks that killed five, I’m reducing it. If my family had been victimized, I’d want a pound of flesh, too. But 50-year sentences ought to be for truly bad people.

● The signs of cultural collapse that most depress this week are contained in three stories, all of which point to the disintegration of the two-parent family. The first was the story of the “Nine Trey Blood” Atlanta gang whose members killed casually and for frivolous reasons. The second was the stomping and beating death of 124-pound Bobby Tillman in Douglas County. The third story was the latest finding that 72 percent of black children, 53 percent of Hispanics and 29 percent of whites are born to unwed mothers. You can’t rescue the children, fix schools and the criminal justice system, or reweave the social service safety net until you fix the family. Boys aren’t born to be gang members and predators.

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November 11th, 2010
9:49 pm

First. And the world say whoop tee doo.

Asheville Dawg

November 11th, 2010
10:05 pm

It’s a shame the Democrats can’t figure out why Georgia, and the south in general, have left the sinking ship. The politicians are the same conservative types, just party affiliation has changed. No longer the Sam Nunn democrats. In fact who is the most conservative now?


November 12th, 2010
2:17 am

While world-wide Stimulus Package got positive review generally, why is the D.S alone critical of it ?
1. Audacity of Nope extracted exceedingly low possible jobless rate compared with the extremely critical market situation, while D.S. economy was held hostage by Audacity of Nope, and time was running out.
Prior to the full recovery, the Stimulus Package was all about Lehman Brothers or not of D.S. economy.
2. Last year, Warren buffet warmed in an interview with NBC that the D.S. economy was in free fall. Plus, tragically, the Japan economic leader committed suicide before the strong export report, last year.
As we know, blocking Free Fall From Cliff requires multiple efforts.
3. Global austerity policy dealt a harsh blow to the burgeoning economic activity. By ruling out this critical factor, Power-only party of objection for objection & Almost Dead Media led Independents to Fuel the reps Gains.
For example, Japan export recently took a hit from the low demand world-wide.
4. As a groundwork, the Stimulus Package alone can’t complete a perfect building. Sadly, extension of oil wars displaced Energy Independence or A Jobs law, empowering the war party and leaving healthcare law near demise before survival. Accordingly, the Stimulus Package lost momentum creating Synergy.
5. The most efficient deficit-cut way of government would be slashing the destructive war & military waste.
Slashing the destructive war & military waste alone supposedly could be enough to balance the budget.
Regrettably. opponents are instead critical of sound investments. ( Depression : New Deal = Great Recession : Stimulus Package (Groundwork) )
Weapon Sell = Mexican Drug Trafficking = Destroy all, driving global economy in a destructive direction.
Even Overall US intelligence budget tops $80 billion annually.
6. I think Corrupt Money & Almost Dead Media led Independents to Fuel the no idea’ Gains. That explains why Moneycracy & Money-driven media call for urgent overhaul.
7. Amid Massive Lay-off Panic, Change & Healthcare for all, After Stimulus Package, Opposition from lots of the Ungrateful.
Taking advantage of benefits from Stimulus Package, Corrupt Money & Almost Dead Media & Power-only party turned U.S. into D.S.
8. Over the duration of healthcare debate, using the preliminary cost analysis of CBO, the reps opposed the public option stubbornly, but
after the release of final score, they have been defiant on the referee.
** Chanting deficit :
a. Amid chanting deficit, the same old failed policy.
b. Amid chanting deficit, hands-off approach over huge trade deficit from oil money spill & trade imbalance with China from remorseless health care premium.
c. Unfortunately, as a direct consequence of remorseless health care premium, numerous folks have no choice but to hang onto affordable offerings, since one in two households is said to face a hard decision between necessity & drug.
d. Inaction cost in relation to health care reform totals $9trillion over the next decade.
e. Over the next 10 years, total Bush tax cut costs will equal $3.9 trillion, …. the tax cuts would increase deficits by nearly $4 trillion between 2005 and 2014.
9. Title : A businessman is angry at his lost cash bag.
A businessman is drowning in the ocean.
Stimulus : we should rescue him immediately.
Power first : Nope ! How do we pay for it ?, Just let him go under much like Lehman Brothers.
Stimulus : He is dying right now.
Power first : Nope ! You can’t save his money bag.
Stimulus ( clock is ticking ) : : We can do everything.
Go under : We are serious about jobs. Where are jobs ?, echoed by the angry businessman.
10. Former President Bill Clinton said “It took me four years to balance the budget, then I gave you four surpluses, paid $600 billion down on the national debt,”
And I’d say : It took 8 years for the Bush mishandling to get a final verdict.
Let’s not fall for the outrageous claim : Heal the 8 year-long chronic disease quickly, but do not see a doctor, adding to the deficit.


November 12th, 2010
6:03 am

STRIVE to be SMARTER than the ORIGINAL ‘party’ of SLAVERY, the democrackkks WANT you to BE!


November 12th, 2010
6:23 am


You are correct about Jill Chambers but your double standard regarding party politics continues to be puzzling. Jill was a hard working, effective legislator who was also a dying relic within the republican party – a moderating voice to the reactionary wing that now controls the party. Her only sin was she was not a democrat, therefore she lost. Jim Marshall was a hard working, effective legislator who was also a dying relic with the democrat party – a moderating voice to the radical wing that now controls the party. His only sin was he was not a republican, therefore he lost. You bemoan one and celebrate the other, just as other republican newspaper writers have reacted.

You are correct about the changing face of party politics in Georgia. The republican party is the party of white voters in Georgia. Nathan Deal and the rest of the Constiutional officers of the state understand they were elected without significant nonwhite support and can be re-elected without significant nonwhite votes. They will also govern likewise.

Yosemite Sam

November 12th, 2010
6:40 am

Wooten should change the name of the column to “Thinking White”

Churchill's MOM

November 12th, 2010
7:00 am

I think we need to end ALL foreign aid.


November 12th, 2010
7:16 am

Georgia’s all Republican now, just like the USA was after Bush was elected. And we all know how well that turned out.


November 12th, 2010
7:17 am

Yep, the Democrats just don’t get. Unfortunately, neither do the Republicans.

Americans are fed up with Washington and unless some politicians grow a pair and become true statesmen instead of political party hacks, they’re going to get voted out next election.

Remember when the Jena Six thugs jumped the white boy? The politically correct pathogens went through pc contortions to somehow blame the victim. Now we have four more black thugs who jump another black and this time, the result is death. At some point, a black leader must emerge (besides Bill Cosby) and talk about the black problem of the breakdown of family. Whites can’t talk about it because we will immediately be labeled “racist”.

School Teacher

November 12th, 2010
7:43 am

Jill Chambers WAS my representative. She was horrible. That is why she lost. Imagine being the only Republican that could not get elected November 2. That should tell you all you need to know about Jill.


November 12th, 2010
7:48 am

BitterEXdemocrackkk, the cleaners called. Your sheets are ready.

Eight years of failed GOP leadership in Georgia. Virtually all of the problems exacerbated and amplified. Scandal after debacle after inept governance.

Tens of thousands of Georgia business owners who illegally profited from using Mexicalis, laugh all the way to the bank, and get a completely free pass from the anti-law & order types in the GOP. Corporate wh0res by the bevvy and NOTHING of importance accomplished on behalf of the struggling Georgia working class family.

And now with the election of Nathan “Crooked” Deal, we have finally reached the mountaintop – as the greatest laughingstock in the republic.

Prepare for a boatload more of the same.

You’re doing a heckuva job connies…

Dust Devils

November 12th, 2010
8:03 am

There you go again, Mr. Wooten: spinning data like a dust devil. Truth Gone (with the wind).

So Mr Wooten notes that 72% of black babies are born to single mommies (his source was his own sponsored AJC news article earlier this week). This nostalgically-derived data was the first observation the new Republican Majority made in the wake of their landslide. (no, Hitler did not move that fast). Persecuting blacks with page-three legislative preambles like this is the norm in the Wootonian Utopia. Today, Mr. Wooten quickly and proudly notes that only a barely discernable 29% of white E-trade babies have single moms. Wooten stretches the Truth like the spandex these women use to hold on to 16 with.

In the Wootonian Paradise, genetically inferior blacks, and their godless culture of rebop and hiphop, ( not to mention that all black men do is stomp the yard, and Fiddy-Cent each other all day), seem to be the primary contributor to the “cultural collapse” of America.

Luckily for the world, I can think. Wooten’s data is absurd; why, it’s like saying that that sunshine is comprised of 72% alpha rays so you can’t blame the beta rays for your sunburn. Well, Wooten must have been staring too long into that sun, because white babies born to single moms far outnumber black babies by a factor so large, that if you piled their diapers one on top of the other, they would stretch to the moon and back 74 times, as opposed to glass ceiling that the black diaper pile would reach.

That’s the Truth.


November 12th, 2010
8:25 am

Jim’s one smart Georgia cracker. All black or white for him. No gray (except Confederate gray of course).


November 12th, 2010
8:40 am

The laughing stock of the republic, really? How about California or New York which are bankrupt. You say Ga. is in bad shape, how much dept is Ga carrying? I will answer for you, it is $ 0. Republicans in Ga. have made tough choices the last 3 years to keep our books balanced. Sure not everyone is happy about it, but that is life. We can’t have our cake and eat it to. These choices were forced on them due to the national economy and decisions made by others. I just wish we could send them to Washington and get the country back on track.

We have to make tough choices to cut spending, otherwise the country will go bankrupt and the Chinese will just come claim their dead. It would be something for China to takeover the US without ever having to fire the first shot. Don’t tell me it’s not possible.


November 12th, 2010
8:50 am

jman, I admittedly am no economic expert, but I think the figure for Georgia’s debt (I presume dept was a typo) you cited is off by about $44,000,000,000.


November 12th, 2010
9:21 am

Being that Wooten’s lily white klan makes up almost half of the U.S. population, if he dropped percentages and used raw numbers be would find that his klan has the largest number of children born to unerring mothers. But since that would go against his white is right them, why would he do that?


November 12th, 2010
9:42 am

“The third story was the latest finding that 72 percent of black children, 53 percent of Hispanics and 29 percent of whites are born to unwed mothers.”

We were warned in 1965 by Daniel Patrick Moynihan that this was, and would continue to be, a national problem that called for immediate national action. Both the Democrats and Republicans choose to ignore his warning.

And so we have what we have.

Ragnar Danneskjöld

November 12th, 2010
10:03 am

testing – my 200 word post was blocked, and I think there is no objectionable language

Ragnar Danneskjöld

November 12th, 2010
10:04 am

Good morning all. Our genial host quotes Ms. Pelosi advising us that the electoral disaster is due to “effect” and not “cause.” We would broadly agree that a substantial portion of the electorate is dumb – witness the elevation of a community organizer to what was once the most powerful political position in the world – but they are not too dumb.

The party-switching, by rational conservative politicians, is further proof that republicans have a serious problem, in that they are becoming the party of rational people. The cure, of course, is more pandering to the non-thinkers, as that is the growth area of the population.

I think Hank Johnson feared that Ms. Pelosi was so tilted that she might sink.

Ragnar Danneskjöld

November 12th, 2010
10:08 am

Overlords believe amphitheaters and golf courses are essential public services.

Only good people kill five folks and conceal the crime. That is the best proof of disintegration of the family values we once prized.


November 12th, 2010
10:49 am

“The state House Democratic caucus, like the Republican caucus before it, made one smart move. Republicans made the visionary state Rep. Larry O’Neal of Warner Robins their majority leader. Democrats gave that honor to state Rep. Stacey Abrams of Atlanta, a 36-year-old tax attorney who is one of the emerging stars of Democratic politics in Georgia — and somebody who’s smart enough to help guide this party back into the competition.”

Wow! When even the “Thinking Right” column has nothing bad to say about her, I think Stacey Abrams has a chance to be the positive influence on the State Legislature that it so desperately needs — even with the weakest caucus (by numbers) in Georgia history.


November 12th, 2010
12:38 pm

@DustDevil – 72% born out of wedlock and you don’t consider that a significant problem?? In ATL the number is likely over 90%.

Ironic that the Home Page of the AJC today has a black-woman joking about where are all the good men in ATL. Sounds like in the AA community you only have a 10% chance of finding one.


November 12th, 2010
2:21 pm

Georgia’s Republicans are the SAME PEOPLE with the same values and “ideals” as the old Jim Crow Dixiecrats. What a joke trying to claim that things are “different’ now that the state has broken the 100-year Dem rule and “turned” Republican. Good ol’ boy redneck white men who refuse to move forward… How is that different? The only thing new is their alliance with Carpetbagging crooks like yankee congressman Tom Price who’s here to show ‘em how money always wins.

NOTHING NEW here. Mr. Wooten. NOTHING.

Churchill's MOM

November 12th, 2010
2:24 pm

Went to lunch with my UGA friends today and all they could talk about was the fact that Cam Newton was a crook and should not be allowed to play against UGA. I asked how they could have voted for Deal because he is a crook and should not be allowed to be Governor. The subject rapidly changed to Athens Academy football.


November 12th, 2010
2:41 pm

Churchill’s MOM,

Heh…. That was awesome. War Eagle!

Michael H. Smith

November 12th, 2010
5:06 pm

ATLANTA – Georgia Democrats won’t regain control of most elective offices until they address the racial tensions in their party, Athens native and outgoing state Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond said Thursday.

“Bottom line: We need more white folks,” Thurmond told a handful of reporters called to meet with him at an Atlanta restaurant.

Yep, after reading a few comments on this blog, I think it’s a safe bet the socialists Demwit Dunkeys will remain out of power in this state for about 100 years.


November 12th, 2010
7:36 pm

GaBlue @ 2:21, terrific comment regarding Georgia’s Republicans. I said something similar on Jim’s previous attempt at relevant discourse, but you stated it much better.

Yeah Jim, how dare the blacks vote their interests and hopes. They should vote just like the majority of the whites, who are constantly voting in people who will continue to screw them over for the foreseeable future, right?

Regarding your first comment Jim, yes, you’re most certainly wrong. If you bothered to look at the Democrats running for Congress who lost, you’ll see that 26 of them were Blue Dogs, who were very open about opposing Jim’s bogeywoman, Nancy Pelosi. In contrast, only 3 members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus were defeated in this cycle. So, the message is, if you act like Republican Lite, you’ll be rejected for the real deal. Hank Johnson is doing the right thing.


November 12th, 2010
10:07 pm

Georgia Banks are in full retreat…how many Georgia Banks have failed under Republican Rule ?

Georgia Schools are in retreat……… many Georgia schools cheated under Republican Rule ?

Unemployment Rules in Georgia under Republican Rule.


November 12th, 2010
10:10 pm

Looks like democracy is dead in IRAQ…… if it was there to start with ……Some much for the Billions of American money wasted there.

Thank you Republicans !


November 13th, 2010
7:55 am

The Democrats lost because the Republicans have a large number of dumbed down voters who will beleive anyting their propaganda experts tell them. If the party tells them to hold up four fingers and see three, they will do it.

John Doe

November 13th, 2010
9:03 am

I lost a daughter to a drunk driver over 7yrs ago. She was 28 when she was taken from us. The man who took her away from us did 34 months of a 81 month sentence. Walk in my shoes for a day. My family has been ruined. After 32yr of marriage we were divorced. My wife drank herself to death after this happened. Now my other daughter has lost her sister and her mother. I’m sorry you feel that the sentence was excessive. Don’t worry. She’ll do about 5yrs and get out and resume her life with her family and live happily ever after. While the family with victims will live on in misery every holiday,every birthday, and the day marking their death. You are to be held responsible for your actions.

Not So Casual Observer

November 13th, 2010
9:59 am


What could I possibly say about your comments that do not come flying thorugh to any one with a brain. You are wrong today and have always been so.

Not So Casual Observer

November 13th, 2010
10:01 am

Amvet @ 7:48am,

More bitter opinion from a sad case. No facts just more ranting from a negative, uninformed shut-in.

Not So Casual Observer

November 13th, 2010
10:06 am

carlos @ 7:55am,

Actually the Democrats are losing because of the 2008 voters who, in your words are, “voters who will beleive anyting their propaganda experts tell them. If the party tells them to hold up four fingers and see three, they will do it.”

I left the misspelling and disjointed phrasing of your comment intact.

Not So Casual Observer

November 13th, 2010
10:08 am

John Doe,

I am sorry for you loss and I agree, 50 years was not long enough.

Not So Casual Observer

November 13th, 2010
10:10 am

GaBlue and Hurst

Racist to the core are the two of you!


November 13th, 2010
10:55 am


Weve only just begun…

Hide and watch..

Oh, and watch Fox News, the ONLY news….

George Soros controls CNN, NBC , ABC…………

Look mim up and investigate who he is….

It will scare you..


November 13th, 2010
11:23 am

Not So Casual Observer

My misspelling and “disjointed phrashing” notwithstanding, I don’t see you actually disagreeing with what I said.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

November 13th, 2010
11:46 am

Amen on reducing Aimee Michael’s 50-year sentence for causing wrecks that killed five people and injured others. 50-year sentences ought to be for truly bad people. But as expected, there are George Soros funded opinions out there designed to negatively exploit and agitate most unfortunate mishaps in communities throughout the United States…

George Soros in a consummate liberal atheist integrationist! Because of the Nazi Hungarian experience, he shows favoritism to other races of people instead of his own and teaches other liberal integrationist leaders to do likewise for profit…

You never let a serious crisis go to waste; agitate, agitate, agitate.

The George Soros like funded liberal integrationist African American leaders and their minions, especially on talk radio, are responding as if Aimee Michael with malice and forethought caused the deadly wreck that killed five people and injured others. The liberal integrationist African American radio hosts are telling their audience, largely emotional African Americans, Aimee Michael should have received 50 years to serve in prison for causing the unfortunate accident…and to empathize with the dead instead of Aimee Michael.

You never let a serious crisis go to waste; agitate, agitate, agitate.

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

November 13th, 2010
1:29 pm

It should be easy to see how the New World Order integrationist African American leaders and their minions via their perverted mandatory integrationist ideology for profit caused the death of Bobby Tillman in Douglas County. They teach African Americans it is racist for black people to love black people; and it is racist for white people to love white people…It better to be a mongrel.

Prior to the George Soros mandatory integrationist liberal ideology in the south, 1970, 76% of African American women were married. In 2010, 28% of African American women are married.

You can’t fix the African American family, schools, or the criminal justice system until integrationist African American leaders and their black minions are eradicated from American politics, the media, and you know…


November 13th, 2010
2:47 pm

Sheesh! Would y’all just please chill out the cynicism for a season? You talk about partisan counterpunches as though they were our cherished SEC rivalries. They’re not. The stakes are astronomically higher. Actual blood ‘n’ bone.

We all should root for both parties to show themselves at their very best next season. Jim Wooten’s a rare one for paying tribute to rising stars in the party he opposes. Two years ago, when it was the GOP which got shellacked, for the most part the mood here was vindictive and vaingloriously as hell. Many commentators boasted that Barack Obama had hammered the last nail into the GOP’s coffin.

The historical reality is that neither party is ever truly down and out; its leaders usually are expendable but the party reforms [sic] and survives. Perhaps this is insipid, but it seems best when each major party goes full strength against the other at a moment when differences are defined. The general election, in 2012, is shaping up that way, I hope.

Should that be the case, then the country will witness the rare spectacle of Democrats-as-Democrats versus Republicans-as-Republicans, each arguing for the life of this country. For me it would be a once-in-lifetime spectacle, and an unforgettable ballot on Election Day. In any case that’s what I want. Let each party show itself at its best for the next ~23 months.

Yeah, it’s disturbing that members of Georgia’s delegations, congressional and legislative, “rebadge” themselves as though selling MOPAR to Ford customers, but the proof’s in the pudding, either way the switch. As some of you have said recently, should an “elected” feel that her party has , for example, Georgia’s working class families, such that she wants to switch parties, then let’s all judge how committed the Fresher, the powerless party neophyte, has been to the constituencies she cited in the breach.

Naw, in American politics right now the only sustainability is political self-sustainability, and a good deal more of these perennials have crosshairs on them than realize it so. It’s like a shooting gallery at the fair: plink, plink, plink! Take out the phony pols and you get a giant stuffed bear!

Sheila Livingston

November 13th, 2010
8:38 pm

This week I was in the midst of 2 near tragic car accidents. Thew first was a gray jacked up pick up truck speeding and weaving wildly down 85. How he didn’t cause a major accident involving at least 6 cars, and tip over on one of them I just don’t know. As I swerved to miss the three cars swerving to miss him, all I thought was this is how it happened with Aimee, and who of us isn’t going to make it to work today?


November 14th, 2010
8:43 am

Make no mistake that the wave that went over democrats this election was the work of the Tea Party movement. The average Georgia voter was smart enough to know what was coming with Obama. Most of us had never heard of Reid or Pelosi until we saw the unethical process that they used to pass Obamacare. Never again will that be allowed to happen. With the Tea Party becoming a monitor and instant communications, the legislative process will be shut down by millions of voters who know a snow job when they see it . Whether it is democrat or republican, the days of shoving a 2,000 page bill that no elected official has read are over.


November 14th, 2010
8:50 am

GA Democrats have lost a reason to be. The party is lurching left, out of step with the people. Young politically active people are asking why waste their life in the democrat party of permanaent minority status. If the party does not get it together it wil shrink back to a few enclaves in Atlanta, Decatur Athens and Columbus with no power and no influence.
Roy Barnes will go down in history as the man who destroyed the party.


November 14th, 2010
10:16 am

We need to build more prisons and get the cancers of society off the street……..


November 14th, 2010
3:29 pm

Tens of thousands of Georgia business owners who illegally profited from using Mexicalis, laugh all the way to the bank, and get a completely free pass from the anti-law & order types in the GOP.

More bitter opinion from a sad case. No facts just more ranting from a negative, uninformed shut-in.

Clueless Observer, that is a fact, jack. Do you even know the definition of the term fact?

fact -noun
1. something that actually exists; reality; truth.
2. something known to exist or to have happened.

Otherwise show me the list of Georgia business owners prosecuted and held to justice for those crimes. You know actually countermand something with facts that you don’t want to know about.

Or just man up and acknowledge that you are a criminal coddler.

And stop the feces flinging. (Or not…)

Dr. Stan (The Black One)

November 15th, 2010
6:58 am

Over the past forty years, the integrationist African American leaders and their minions allowed George Soros like funded programs to socially engineer their children into American society in exchange for money, fame, status, plush jobs, materialism, etc…Independent African Americans and Americans warned them of the dire consequences, but they chose the doctrine of integration for black children and the accompanying material gains…

In 2010, African American children are literally shooting and killing each other for sports. Social engineering has reduced black children to Godlessness, gang members, predators, etc. And to conceal their complicity in the misery and suffering of black children, the integrationist African Americans leaders and their minions are shifting the blame to the birth of crack babies, rap music, racism, via their ill gotten gains, the media…

The integrationist African American leaders and their minions, generally transplants from the north, should ‘shut the f… up’ and enjoy their blood money…

Not So Casual Observer

November 15th, 2010
7:42 am


A “fact”, in your warped mind perhaps, but one that does not include factual content. Your fact was, once again, nothing more than the ranting of a senseless left-wing ideologue.

Please list the “tens of thousands of Georgia business owners”.

Your devotion to the Democrat left-wing only exposes your anti-American bent.

Not So Casual Observer

November 15th, 2010
7:47 am


Your reading comprehension skills are lacking. I disagreed with you clearly by indicating the “large number of dumbed down voters who will beleive anyting their propaganda experts tell them” are those who voted for Obama in 2008. Again the quote contains your spelling, not mine.

Ignorant=Democrat=Left-wing loon.

Not So Casual Observer

November 15th, 2010
7:52 am


I disagree on building more prisons.

We should send every person convicted of a violent crime to a Mexican or South American prison where the cost will be a small fraction to the American taxpayer. A dollar a day should cover the “no frills” approach.