The rule of law is not negotiable

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

● One terrorist down. One to go. And then one more until all of those who actively conspire to kill us are defanged or dead. It ain’t over yet.

● The White House says the terrorist was unarmed. Not so on 9 /11 when America consummated the contract with Osama bin Laden that was done on 5 /1.

● Sometimes, now being one of them, sports metaphors are inappropriate. “We don’t need to spike the football,” said President Barack Obama in explaining the decision not to release the bin Laden death photos.

● With every ounce of energy Gov. Nathan Deal and legislative leaders can muster, they should work to eliminate the practice of public officials pocketing fees paid to them personally for performing public duties. Not even the tiniest burgh in Georgia should allow individuals operating under the color of law to do it. The AJC reports that Fulton County Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand pocketed $342,000 last year, most by collecting a personal charge of $1 per parcel to collect property taxes for Atlanta, Sandy Springs and Johns Creek. Georgia really does need to clean up the fee systems and while doing it, route all of them, including the special-levy add-ons to fines and filings, into the general funds of state and local governments.

● Headline: “Bully for Hawks,” a reference to the team’s success in the playoffs. Question: Is it politically correct to use the word “bully” as a positive? As soon as the language police rule on whether “Geronimo” can be used as code for a bad guy, the full committee will meet on all uses of “bully.”

● Roles in public education are getting hopelessly blurred. First, there’s the unwarranted intervention of the federal government in k-12. Then, there’s the constant temptation of mayors and other non-school elected officials, especially in Atlanta, to busy themselves in school board business. And now Cobb County Superintendent Fred Sanderson, a short-timer, is telling his bosses how they should perform their jobs. The board, with three new members, “should have recognized their first priority on being sworn in was to become acclimated to and informed about district operations, and trained in the basics of school board leadership and effective governance,” writes the hiree of his bosses. Everybody go back to your corners. Parents, quit attempting to use the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools organization for political leverage. Everybody else read your job description.

● Those who oppose all efforts to contain illegal immigration have asserted all along that the problem lies with a business community that didn’t want to know. After seeing its reaction to House Bill 87, I’ve begun to believe that “rule of law” is a negotiable concept with large segments of the business community. The latest group to oppose the law is the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. When opinion leaders are willing to look away from certain classes of wrongdoing, we are on the slippery slope. What is wrong, then, with cheating on taxes? Or smoking a little dope? Or making a little liquor?

● Libya is an example of what results when national security policy dilettantes play at war. When the decision to go to war is not made to advance this country’s national security, and when it targets a head of state for death on behalf of an international committee and for the purpose of empowering a collection of rebels whose governing agenda is unknown, you have to be wary. The first casualty is this government’s credibility. The greater threat to world peace, meanwhile, is Syria, which is brutally murdering civilian protesters. At least 550 civilians have been killed; the U.S. “deplores” the violence and the U.N. Secretary-General thinks the situation there should be investigated.

116 comments Add your comment

Cutty

May 5th, 2011
7:54 pm

Same $hit. Different day. Please retire, for real this time.

Not Blind

May 5th, 2011
8:01 pm

On HB87. Luckovich had that cartoon that showed Deal giving business a black eye. The cartoon I want to see is some big bruiser with a name tag that says ‘business-federal government-Mexico’ with his right fist labeled ‘illegal aliens’ and his left fist labeled ‘14th Amendment’ and his victim looks like Beetle Bailey after the sarge has laid him to waste. The victim’s name would be ‘American Taxpayer’. The American taxpayer has gotten much more than a black eye from the illegal alien enablers.

TRUTH

May 5th, 2011
8:03 pm

@Cutty 7:54 pm, I agree, agree, agree!!! Jim, please go sit down and BE retired, already. The Republicans, can’t become fiscal conservatives EVER again after the years of the Bush administration and control of the congress (o.k. save the last 2 years), couldn’t find Bin Laden and wasn’t interested, deregulated the banking industry and look at us now, etc., etc., etc. RETIRE AGAIN!!!

M

May 5th, 2011
8:32 pm

To answer one of your questions Jim, there’s nothing wrong with smoking a little dope.

Barry

May 5th, 2011
8:58 pm

Awe, how cute: “truth” and “cutty” want to silence opinions with which they disagree. Delta is ready when you are, fellas – but unfortunately it can’t take you all the way to North Korea. You’ll have to hoof it in.

Jim: I disagree with you on the “spike the football” metaphor. I thought it was apt, signalling as it did our unwillingness to gloat at our victory. Showing the bin Laden photos would have been the equivalent of the Iraqis hanging our soldiers from a bridge, or the Somalis dragging our dead through the streets. That’s barbaric; and that’s not us, or U.S.

Madison

May 5th, 2011
9:38 pm

Cutty, Truth, Are you forced to read this column? If not, then why punish yourself?

MrLiberty

May 5th, 2011
9:44 pm

The title of your piece confuses me. In the first two cases you clearly seem to support the actions of the president and the Seals that were unquestionably illegal from both a US and international law standpoint. OBL has never been charged with conspiring to commit or organize the 9-11 attacks. No evidence has been presented to this effect. There has been no grand jury indictment or trial in a court of law (even in absentia). The only people to act as judge jury and executioner in this were Bush, Obama, and the Seals. The real question is when exactly WILL THE RULE OF LAW not be negotiable in this country. From what I have seen over the past few days, there are almost no americans left who give any damn about the rule of law and it has been clear for at least a century that this country’s leaders only seem to care about the rule of the jungle.

And as I said in another blog post, it is far easier to spike the truth than show the pictures and have everyone realize that you never even left the end zone. Nobody cares about what the muslims think. In so many countries all over the middle east they can walk outside their doors and see the death and destruction that american bombs, missles, and bullets have rained down upon them. Abu Graib and the recent “trophy” photos didn’t result in any greater loss of life for our soldiers, and THEY were the ones directly committing the abuse. The photo is under wraps because Obama knows there is more photoshop tallent out in cyberspace than in the CIA and everyone will know the photo is a fake – just like the WMD’s and just like every lie we have been told about these horrible, unconstitutional, and immoral wars.

David Granger

May 5th, 2011
9:59 pm

My knee-jerk reaction is to spike the damn football. Where were Muslim “sensitivities” when Iraqis hung the charred bodies of truck drivers from a bridge and took photos of them, or when Muslim terrorists displayed the videotapes of captured prisoners being beheaded?

But though I disagree with President Obama on many things, I am glad (and a little surprised, frankly) that he had the gumption to order an attack across the Pakistani border. Contrast that to how screwed up our original handling of Afghanistan was by Bush and his stooges, eventually claiming that getting Bin Laden was “not a priority”. (Echoing his father’s “weasel words” about Saddam Hussein.) Just for that, I think that President Obama has earned the right to make this call…and I’ll support it for that reason alone.

But I do wish that President Obama had shown the same consideration for the feelings and sensibilities of Americans…fathers, mothers, wives, husbands, children…and had not ordered the release of all the photos of the flag-draped caskets of U.S. soldiers. A lot of people were in favor of that because it made Bush look bad, but things like that should be above the political fray. And it proves yet again that President Obama seems more concerned with the sensitivities of our enemies than of the people he was elected to serve.

TruthBe

May 5th, 2011
10:17 pm

What does President Obama and the corrupt Democrats know about the “Rule of Law”?
They constantly are breaking our Nations hightest Rule of Law the United States Constutition. That disgrace of a Attorney General Eric ( Waco / Ruby Ridge ) Holder as well.

Concerned

May 5th, 2011
10:44 pm

Unfortunately many Georgians – including legislators – see brown skin and Hispanic surname and ASSUME “illegal.” I’m tired of the “Hispanic Hysteria.” I’m tired of Bible waving Georgians spewing hate. And I’m tired of the games and deals of lawmakers. HB87 was for the most part a “party line” vote – few actually knew what was in the bill. Georgia can ill afford the costly lawsuits this bill will bring. We NEED FEDERAL immigration reform. Ask why your elected Senators & Reps in WASHINGTON have done NOTHING to move this issue forward – except the ole “just say NO!” approach to politics. Government is NOT a game – to those of us voted.

How about a Georgia law that penalizes those who make false accusations of “illegal” – in the work place or any place?

Concerned

May 5th, 2011
10:47 pm

@TruthBe – Obviously you missed this pass session under the Gold Dome. Rule of Law seems to mean that it’s OK in Georgia for one lawmaker to “misrepresent” (aka LIE) to other elected officials about the content of bills.

old timer

May 5th, 2011
10:54 pm

JIm…2 thumbs up…

misterbill

May 5th, 2011
11:46 pm

M

“To answer one of your questions Jim, there’s nothing wrong with smoking a little dope.”

Then you must be on fire.

misterbill

May 5th, 2011
11:49 pm

Concerned

“Unfortunately many Georgians – including legislators – see brown skin and Hispanic surname and ASSUME “illegal.” I’m tired of the “Hispanic Hysteria.”

C’mon Pellegrino, I know that’s you. No one else could be so fatuous……..

Glenn

May 6th, 2011
2:11 am

Two to go, Jim.

MrLiberty, I realize that you consider it your job to make asses of conservatives, but this time what–name an instance–are you saying that makes any sense? How now are you cleverly foiling the silliness of conservatives, rather than inadvertently indicting the nation’s ruling sophomores? It’s very unlike you not to deplore the Administration’s attempt to steal credit for the very ways, now proved victorious, that Barack Obama has denounced consistently ever since he was so recently in knee pants. This country is denied a real debate about the comparative rightness of policies because this administration, overnight, presumes to occupy all policies at once. The People and the Press have got to blast right past these blowhards, Barack and Leon included, and duke it out on the cold uncomfortable facts. Undoubtedly the President was courageous. Whose courage does he borrow?

Glenn

May 6th, 2011
2:14 am

Whose courage does the President borrow?

Road Scholar

May 6th, 2011
6:11 am

Jim as well as others that posted just can’t drop the anti- President Obama comments, can you? Getting OBL was quite an accomplishment. At least you could publically thank him. While he didn’t pull the trigger on the gun, he formulated and implemented the process on how it was done with no loss on our side except a helicopter.He pulled the “trigger” on authorizing the raid.

Thug-in chief…are you refering to Cheney?

Ragnar Danneskjöld

May 6th, 2011
7:45 am

Good morning all. Broad points on the thug who died in Abbotabad this week: (1) I do not have any qualms about the “assassination” – given the circus that arose from the left’s hand-wringing about KSM, the on-site resolution makes more sense to me. (2) I oppose publishing the pictures. I always thought the death-pictures of Mussolini and Ceausescu were obscene, and I find little to commend such obscenity. (3) The appropriate response to the death is “May God have mercy on his soul.”

I did not read the article on Arthur Ferdinand, but surely our host intended to write that the “Office of Mr. Ferdinand pocketed $342k…” If the individual actually claimed those funds as income, would that not be theft of public property? (Not that such corruption is beyond the standard in Fulton or Georgia generally…..)

I thought “Bully for Hawks” might refer to Joakim Noah. As to “Geronimo,” maybe our noble military should have adopted the singular funny name from the final chapter of “Freakonomics” for their principle target. (Pronounced “Sha-teed” in the context of the book, but there is no reason our SEALs should feel so limited.)

Maybe some aspiring television writer would like to develop a comedy series based on Georgia government school boards. There is a wealth of material in the public domain – no imagination required.

I respectfully disagree with our host’s analysis, although I agree with his foundation: “When opinion leaders are willing to look away from certain classes of wrongdoing, we are on the slippery slope.” The problem arises from the confusion of “right vs. wrong” and “legal vs. illegal.” Our overlords have criminalized many innocuous activities, and our misguided courts have given approval to many wrongful activities. One should no longer view the “law” has having any general morality about it. Admittedly a sad observation.

I do not agree with our host’s analysis of Libya. I wish Fearless Leader had acted decisively on Libya, and lofted a couple of missiles into government forces when the rebels first arose instead of waiting on polling. I can think of no reason not to depose Moemar, even if Larry-mar and Curley-mar had ascended to power. And in contrast, Syria is such a witch’s brew of malcontents I have withdrawn my earlier advocacy of overthrowing the Assads. Even if Syria is half a client of Iran, the solution to the larger problem is not to attack Syria, but to attack the source of the trouble.

Ragnar Danneskjöld

May 6th, 2011
7:48 am

Apologies for 7:45 error: “principle target” should have been “principal target.” I know better.

carlosgvv

May 6th, 2011
8:07 am

If the rule of law is not negotiable, why do we have over 12 million illegal aliens in this country? And why, when Georgia and Arizona pass laws to get them out, are these laws challenged in courts? Looks like the rule of law is negotiable, after all.

carlosgvv

May 6th, 2011
8:09 am

Ragnar

It’s Friday. These things happen after a long week.

Bill

May 6th, 2011
8:19 am

I rarely agree with Jim Wooten, but I agree with seven of his eight bullets. Regarding the last one: he has a point in part; we don’t know much about the rebels. But, we do know about Ghadafi, and G.W. Bush opened the door on regime change and wars that do not advance our national interest. Yes, and he took care of the the governmental credibility issue as well.

Bill

May 6th, 2011
8:23 am

Truthbe,
You are blaming Eric Holder for Ruby Ridge?? At that time, he was a federal judge, appointed by Ronald Reagan.

Tyler Durden

May 6th, 2011
8:24 am

Wow, Jim. And to think you used to get paid for this drivel…

Pro bono idiocy isn’t much better than the partisan hackery they used to pay you for…

Buzz G

May 6th, 2011
8:25 am

I have never been able to figure out how someone with as much common sense as Mr. Wooten could have ever thrived in an organization like the AJC.

Curious

May 6th, 2011
8:26 am

What’s the difference between “enhanced interrogation” when the Nazis did it in World War 2 and when VP Cheney and Sean Hannity think it’s the greatest thing since sliced bread?

The Nazis were only trying to find terrorists, you know.

Yosemite Sam

May 6th, 2011
8:31 am

To paraphrase the grumpy old man: “Hey, Obama get off my lawn!”

Michael

May 6th, 2011
8:43 am

I’ve heard it said that among the requirements of E-Verify are the following: 1) that employers affirm they are paying wages in accordance with minimum wage law; and 2) that employers affirm they are not exacting exorbitant fees from employees (such as excessive fees for transporting or housing employees). Is either of these statements true and, if so, are these stipulations a significant part of what local businesses are objecting to?

Tall

May 6th, 2011
8:49 am

“The AJC reports that Fulton County Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand pocketed $342,000 last year, most by collecting a personal charge of $1 per parcel to collect property taxes for Atlanta, Sandy Springs and Johns Creek.”

Isn’t that practice also known as graft? How did Ferdinand get into this position?

Lee

May 6th, 2011
8:52 am

Regarding the use of codename “Geronimo”, I figure if our brave lads are willing to risk life and limb to go after OBL, they have earned the right to call him whatever they hell they want – political correctness be damned.

I hope that before I die, someone will explain the Bush’s (father & son) infatuation with Iraq. For the life of me, I cannot think of a single benefit we as a nation have gained from the expenditure of blood and treasure in that armpit of a land.

It is time to have a heart to heart talk about the billions our politicians freely give to other countries as foreign aide. Billions, I might add, that would be better spent at home repairing bridges and other infrastructure.

You Know Who---TBO

May 6th, 2011
8:54 am

My New World Order integrationist sister, her husband, and another couple flew in from Arizona yesterday. And You know Who, TBO, picked them up at the airport. My sister sat up front with me and three sat in the back. I wish Thinking Right Americans could have heard the conversation.

You Know Who, TBO didn’t participate. They know my positions. But at times it appeared they were intentionally rubbing me the wrong way. But I held my peace and didn’t set the record straight at any point. Just gave them the benefit of the doubt. Here is the gist of it:

Ron, my boy Obama stuck it to the birthers and old fish mouth, the Donald. Yeah, but check this out Jan. They wanted to see the President’s birth certificate and his grades. Now that didn’t do nothing but make Obama mad. He went out and some kind of way got Bin Laden, and dumped him in the middle of the sea. And now Obama won’t let-em see his birth certificate, grades, or Bin Laden’s pictures. Aint that a blitch.

It appeared to You Know Who, TBO, the four laughed for 30 minutes or more. But it was more like 30 seconds.

Bobby, my boy Obama knows how to mess wit-em. Yeah he’s messing wit-em. He’s giving-em something to think about. He might have showed-em the damn pictures if they didn’t try to make him prove he was born here. You’re right Felecia. It’s just like Ron said. Now they can’t see the birth certificate, his grades, or Bin Laden’s pictures. Yeah, he’s fuccing wit-em.

This time, they laughter seemed to last for 15 minutes. But it was more like 15 seconds.

At that point, You Know Who, TBO tuned them out and drove until we reach our destination, a trendy home in Buckhead. Upon our arrival, they got out and went through the phony salutations with the occupants of the home; kissing and hugging, you know.

On my way home, there was no doubt in my mind. Americans desperately need to replace the perverted immature New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions with mature Americans in the 2012 election.

It’s a Slam Dunk.

Amen?

carlosgvv

May 6th, 2011
8:56 am

Lee

The benefits gained from all the blood and treasure expended in Iraq and Afghanistan are mainly for the Military-Industrial-Complex. Because of this, look for more wars of this nature for many years to come.

Partisay

May 6th, 2011
9:13 am

So what is “inappropriate” about using a sports metaphor in this situation, especially when it hits the nail right on the head? Explain in what way it is “inappropriate.”

Was it “inappropriate” when bush used “bring it on.”

Not Blind

May 6th, 2011
9:30 am

carlosgvv @ 8:56. A couple of years ago it hit me that the wars are for the benefit of the M-IC. It’s almost like a version of the movie “The Manchurian Candidate” has come true but instead of it being just the president it’s like the whole government is made up of agents of the USA’s enemies. The absurdity of our fiscal situation is astounding. We are in debt up to our eyeballs, our economy is buried under an avalanche of bad decisions, but the idiots in high places are still throwing $Billions out the windows.

Will

May 6th, 2011
9:33 am

You are correct, the rule of law is not negotiable except to republican politicians who believe in judicial activism. These politicians want activist judges to re-read the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution and offer a political interpretation that takes away the citizenship right afforded those born in the United States.

Funny how “wedge issues” like judicial activism sometimes blow up in your face. Sort of like the birther wedge issue and the very short lived wedge issue of “show up those Bin Laden photos to prove to the world he is dead”. What was it last night, all but one of the republican presidential candidates demanded those photos, right? This morning there is a news release that Bin Laden’s own sorry organization has acknowledged his death. If this sorry group of murders and thieves has acknowledged that our brave patriots killed this despot, other than the republican presidential candidates, who else needs to be convinced that the despot is dead?

eatmotacos

May 6th, 2011
9:37 am

Re: HB87
“When leaders are willing to look away from certain classes of wrongdoing, we are on the slippery slope.”

Corporatocracy: A type of government in which corporations, through bribes, gifts, and the funding of ad campaigns that oppose candidates they don’t like, become the driving force behind the executive, judicial and legislative branches.

The opposition to HB 87 is part of a ruse, perpetrated on citizens by Georgia’s corporatocracy form of goverment. If the legislators had been serious about crafting an effective law, the primary focus would have been on deterring employers of illegal aliens with substantive consequences, including meaningful fines, and time in jail.

As it stands, it is virtually worthless – you can fly a C-5 Super Galaxy through the loopholes. The tens of thousands of illegal aliens currently displacing our citizens from jobs, get a free pass – only future hires are checked – even then, it is based on hours worked, and number of employees, and other criteria, that exempts tens of thousands of additional illegal aliens from scrutiny. The law was designed to dupe citizens into believing that they actually addressed the issue.

It’s straight out of Uncle Remus – the corporations(Brer Rabbits), are saying ” Brer Deal, please, please, please don’t throw me in that briar patch!”.

Not Blind

May 6th, 2011
9:48 am

The 14th Amendment just needs to be totally and completely removed. It’s not part of the original Constitution. No matter what the original authors meant to accomplish, the 14th has been subverted by immoral and un-American interests.

eatmotacos

May 6th, 2011
9:55 am

” the 14th has been subverted by immoral and un-American interests.” It should read “immoral and corporate interest”.

Lawrence

May 6th, 2011
10:10 am

Cutty and Truth…
You are not forced to read his blog. Why don’t you go and complain to Jay and Cynthia. You would fit in well with them,,,If you can read….

Lee

May 6th, 2011
10:16 am

@Carlos, for certain, the military/industrial complex (the same one that Dwight Eisenhower warned us about 60 years ago) benefits from never-ending war, but how has AMERICA benefitted?

For the life of me, I can’t think of a single one…. :::sigh:::

Not Blind

May 6th, 2011
10:19 am

The M-IC has become like the tobacco industry. It’s products kill and maim but the corporations gotta get their money.

Lee

May 6th, 2011
10:22 am

I was wrong, it was 50 years ago when Dwight warned us…

http://www.h-net.org/~hst306/documents/indust.html

Glenn

May 6th, 2011
11:01 am

The real, live chief Geronimo traveled a very long way to attend the inauguration of the Bully! president. There’s the connection, unless you want to examine the old oak tree constituted by the slang uses of the word bully. And if wunna yooz gott-a beef, dat still wou’ be bully beef. Four hundred Americans died in battle firing the Spanish American Fighting Season of 1898. More than ten times as many died from tropical diseases and from tainted beef canned in the USA. Hence the Bully! Prez (and Upton Sinclair) fathered the Food and Drug Administration and the modern USDA. And when it comes to sawbones, those are arteries to skirt. (Well, and I’m sentimentally partial to driving over bridges inspected by the federal government, so Bully for That also. The Marine Corps too, come to think of it, and the National Weather Service without which the Weather Channel could not continue to provide Cobb residents with unhappy marriages; and the Forest Service, which worries about people surrounded by 90-foot Roman candles of pine napalm. Bully for the Corps of Engineers, which blasts levies or builds them, depending on the interests at stake.)

This is part of the story of Bully vs. bully. The originary Roosevelt, the one who gave us big government when Franklin Delano was a college student, was both Bully and bully. And So was Geronimo, and so is the 82d Airborne and so are the SEALS. TR adopted “Bully!” in lieu of Anglophilic alternatives, e.g. Capital! Excelsior! He didn’t emulate Britain. He was absorbed with causing other peoples to want to emulate us, and us to emulate him. The Bully/bully dichotomy, and Geronimo as first enemy of the state and then honored citizen–these still are defining divides.

Cutty

May 6th, 2011
11:04 am

Lawrence, I can definitely read, but you need to work on your grammar. Three commas in a row, what’s up with that? And to the rest of you telling me I don’t have to comment on an article that I don’t like. Do any of you practice what you preach on Bookman’s or Cynthia’s blog? You all can kick rocks far as I’m concerned.

Aquagirl

May 6th, 2011
11:12 am

Complain about “subversion” all you like now, few complained about illegal immigrants when the economy was good. Y’all dug into that $ 1.29 per lb chicken and kicked back in your McMansions with the manicured lawns. You elected Saxby Chambliss, who ran the INS out of the Vidalia onion fields when he was a U.S. Representative. Now there are millions of anchor babies and suddenly it’s the fault of corporations, the government, Mexicans….anybody but the average citizen who ELECTED the government and BOUGHT all those products. Your fantasies of mass deportation and Constitutional amendments are just that.

Halftrack

May 6th, 2011
11:28 am

Jim; I’ve begun to believe that “rule of law” is a negotiable concept with large segments of the business community. Please open your eyes a little wider. This concept( rule of law is negotiable) has migrated to a large segment of out entire Society. Our law enforcement (US Attorney General on down to the local levels) use a cafeteria method to pick & choose what they want to enforce. This spreads to the individual. Everyone wants to cheat somewhere just to survive. The media must expose more corruption and ask better questions of our candidates in the future.

eatmotacos

May 6th, 2011
11:44 am

Aquagirl says:
“Complain about “subversion” all you like now, few complained about illegal immigrants when the economy was good.”

You are dead wrong – many people, including myself, complained loudly. I have never, and will never vote for Saxby Chambliss, a coward, and prostitute for corrupt, corporate farmers. The majority of voters, who bear the cost of the illegal alien invasion, have been unknowningly duped by slick politicians, who are sponsored by a class of men, who would throw their own grandmothers’ bodies in a dumpster, to avoid the cost of a funeral. Hopefully, they will wake up and purge the current batch of con artists, including Saxby, from public office.

What IS wrong with smoking a little dope?

May 6th, 2011
11:46 am

You Know Who---TBO

May 6th, 2011
12:12 pm

Let me tell you folks something. If the New World Order integrationist African Americans moved into my conservative neighborhood in mass, with all of that perversion, abortions, and violence, my family will be some of the first to move out. And as one radio host said, we are just as black as the Ace of Spades.

These perverted New World Order integrationist African Americans are even more deceitful than hypocrites. By the time the black devilish black minions leave my car and the trendy home in Buckhead, (see 8:54 am), they will have a different sympathetic deceptive story similar to this one to tell the American people via television..

Amen?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VU0saJRdR6E&feature=player_embedded

crossdawg

May 6th, 2011
1:19 pm

Hang in there Jim. Some of these non swimmers will always attack the right. Continue to stand up for thoses of us who make up the mostly silent majority.