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

buck@gon

May 6th, 2011
1:36 pm

“We don’t need to spike the football,”

I can’t believe that there aren’t enough adults supervising the comings and goings at the White House.

Hillbilly Deluxe

May 6th, 2011
2:05 pm

I’ve begun to believe that “rule of law” is a negotiable concept with large segments of the business community.

Begun to believe? Where’ve you been the last 40-50 years?

The Martyred Osama Bin Laden

May 6th, 2011
3:49 pm

I tend to remember tiny details. I felt so much anger and frustration when Cheney/Bush allowed OBL to escape our army at Tora Bora. Somethng about letting the Afghan warlords guard the pakistan side of the trap we had set, and then of course they let him get away.

Whatever the truth of that, I do know that I wanted OBL dead. I couldn’t believe that Rumsfeld wouldn’t move quickly enough in a conspiracy with Cheney to let the target get away, presumably because the war lobby wanted him alive so that we could continue the war.

OBL’s death now doesn’t have the same meaning as it would have ten years ago. Now, we may have manufactured a new Islamic Saint. A new cause. A new Mohammed for the Masses. We could be in a new age of active lone-gunmen-style terrorism. History suggests that dead radicals inspire new waves of radicalism.

Courage, America.

oh, and pray.

Producer

May 6th, 2011
3:58 pm

What’s with all this “Usama” bin Laden bullcrap? For the last decade it’s been “Osama.” I guess Barry ordered it to be changed, huh? Even Fox News is doing it. Disgusting!

Glenn

May 6th, 2011
6:28 pm

Halftrack,

I completely agree with you about arbitrary & capricious law enforcement at the Justice Department. Eric Holder is my pet peeve in the present cabinet. Not in a single instance have I fathomed his jurisprudence. Perhaps he hasn’t any consistent legal calculus or constitutional hermeneutic. He shoots from the hip when he shoots at all.

I’ve come to respect several cabinet members and other Aministration officials, but when I look at Holder, or Sibelius, I can’t help to cry out, “Stage Manager, get the hook!”. What’s most puzzling is that such a legal sophisticate as Barack Obama would tap a half-clever fixer like Holder in the first place. Presumably the President wanted a hencher, rather than a jurisprudentialist, in that office. It’s happened before in our history, but never with happy results.

Glenn

May 6th, 2011
7:42 pm

Producer,

Yes, it’s annoying. It’s a stylebook amendment, obviously. It reminds me of how, in 1979, AP and NYT disagreed as to the transliteration of the Iranian Capital. One had it as Teheran, as you’ll recall, the other as Tehran. But if Usama is a more phonetically faithful pronunciation of the Arabic name for that diseased swine now chained in Davy Jones’s Locker, then why would any American news organization expect us to pay respects by reforming the faithfulness of our spelling? Press toadying has become absurdist and surreal in its somnambulant danse macabre. When I was a cub, from time to time the American Press would toady to the President, or maybe to Elizabeth Taylor. Now, the media toady to people who seek to kill our Chief, and our culture.

One subtext here is that the traditional media, rivalrous with new media, ostentatiously try to distinguish themselves from opinion-driven new media with gaudy displays of cultural relativism and that noble willow o’ wisp, The Semblance of Journalistic Objectivity. I swear that the NYT thinks it publishes each day’s Front Page with the authority and poetry of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. And this business of their enlightened sensitivity to our enemies is just part of the way that the old guard cop their pose of Olympic omniscience. It really indicates too many years of the media industry’s over-employment of graduates of j-schools and com schools that churn out job applicants who, certifiably believing nothing, therefore can be relied upon never to know when it’s time to choose sides, nor how to do so within the professional strictures of actual journalism.

Glenn

May 6th, 2011
8:13 pm

Please pardon the willow part. All in all, I’m trying not to remember how instantly the New York Press, and faculty and students in schools across this country, overnight turned toward bizarre and unlettered appeasement. That cowardice lives on in, e.g., copy editors who’ve spent ten years trying to teach us the beauty of Salafi jihadism. That so many of these over-educated young journalists are of Jewish heritage, shocked me then and saddens me now. No one in my family ever had associated The Tradition with cowardice, until after 9/11. Both Judaism and Islam were terribly muddled and slurred by a generation of daily writers who’d literally made a profession of ignoring both faiths. It was ugly then, as it now. Still, I never expected to behold the spectacle of American journalists, of Jewish background, provocatively questioning our elite Armed Forces as to how precisely observant of Islam was the Navy’s dispatch of the body of OBL/UBL. “Oh Usama, we hardly knew ye.”. This crap only emboldens the President and Secretary of State to apease the very forces that besmirch worldwide Islam and seek the undoing of our leading Democracy.

J.B. Stoner....THE RIGHT ONE ....

May 7th, 2011
10:00 am

@ You Know Who (TBO) , aka Dr. D. A. Stan……………..

Please refraim from your stupid minion, integrist retoric crap on this page…
If you want to be constructive, join a alocal Tea Party movement and get your head on straight….

And to those of you using the sad justification that Obama bin Laden didn’t have a gun to defend his POS arse, just remember that those murdered on 9/11 did NOT either…………………

ENOUGH B.S. …………

J.B.

Muffin

May 7th, 2011
11:31 am

Hey J.B.

I am really pissed at You Know Who/Dr. Stan for leaving me and others to believe he had passed. Glenn is another who was concerned. I can not get a feel for his comments as they contridict one thing he says to another.
I wish he would fall back in the “Black Hole” and go away. I don’t like playing games.

Glenn

May 7th, 2011
3:03 pm

Bridge troll, you’re a billygoat’s gruff. You know well that that was a straight answer to Muffin, yet you spiked it. Where instead do you want to lead these discussions, other than toward the replication of your own bedtime metaphysics?

Cobb voter

May 7th, 2011
6:24 pm

Immigration reform is a federal issue. Our problem is that our federal politicians refuse to deal with it. Oh, both sides have “solutions”. The problem is that neither side will agree on them.

It is time and past time to cut the (bleet) and compromise. Get out those who have not been here very long, keep out future illegals, and give some sort of amnesty to illegals who have been here a “long time”, paid taxes (even under a false social security number), and haven’t been put in jail for a felony. Who knows what that “long time” is – negotiate, choose, decide, act.

Cobb County doesn’t need another nattering nabob of negativism or another newspaper stirring the witches brew that is the Cobb County School Board, Sanderson, SACS, grand jury investigations, and now a conspiracy on the part of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce having secret meetings with school board members. The Marietta paper has been sniffing the fumes to the point of incoherent rantings and sighting of conspiracies everywhere. In the meantime, has anyone noticed that Cobb County Schools educated 2 of the 4 Presidential Scholars in Georgia this year?

Muffin

May 7th, 2011
9:16 pm

To the homophobic minion mongrel integrist dr.stanyouknowwhotbo ,I believe you have taken the audience of Jim Wooten to the depts of dregg. Stop your story telling of driving to some damn airport with your sister in the front seat and holding your stupid opinion while driving,knowing damn well you support the trash now in Washington and revel in the current admimistrations efforts to take down our nation.You, my not so friend led many on this string to believe you were dead and gone, many like Glenn and myself searching for your pungnant,stinking,lying arse only to reappear under a different moniker. You were not hard to spot when you reaappeared,same racist nonsense,not saying a damn thing that made any sense.Why waste peoples time? You think it was funny ? I for one do not.And, I think Glenn and many others thought something serious had happened. They searched hard to find out about your fate. What did you do/ You sat back, read with non-concern and made us wonder. You, my non-friend will pay for this. Just reaapear, watch what happens.

AMEN ?

J.B. Stoner....THE RIGHT ONE ....

May 8th, 2011
10:28 am

Hope everyone realizes the shooting of OSAMA was a diversion in the making.
Mr. OBAMA stood there gloating like he pulled the trigger. Great job by those entrenched former President George Bush………….

Another Cobb Voter

May 9th, 2011
9:19 am

Thank you Jim for stating what needed to be said about Sanderson. His retirement can’t come too soon. In fact, he should have been fired long ago for lying and other transgressions.

Now if the AJC would just do an expose on SACS, we could see how much a bully they truly are. And what is worse… is that they make money on our school systems during bad economic times, yet their rhetoric never changes; they want things done their way (superintendents all powerful) and their critique strays from purely academic content issues. Other counties have told them to “bug off”. Georgia should do the same.

Independent

May 9th, 2011
3:19 pm

“Rule of law” is dependent only upon the law. At one time the “rule of law” was that slaves were kept by their owners and anyone helping them were criminals. I see the “rule of law” violated every day on I-85 by a nonchalance of the police to ticket speeders, resulting in a de facto speed limit of about 70. The “rule of law” has been violated concerning illegal immigration for about 20 -30 years, so what is the big difference now? When it was good for businesses to employ immigrants, the feds looked the other way; now Georgia is accusing the Feds for looking the other way. If the law is bad, then the proper thing to do is to revamp the law into something meaningful that can be enforced – then enforce it! But don’t suddenly come up with this “WHAT PART OF ILLEGAL DON’T YOU UNDERSTAND” crap. It has been illegal for a long time.

Not Blind

May 9th, 2011
7:44 pm

In the last couple of days I read an article about the feds forcing local school systems to educate illegals by not allowing the school systems to inquire about immigration status. It mentioned the Supreme court case that lead to this edict. Basically it’s social engineering via the Supreme court and has nothing to do with any law on the books. So how does this stand in the ‘rule of law’ scenario ? IMO the states should band together and tell the supreme court to stick to their proper role.

Glenn

May 9th, 2011
10:48 pm

Count me with Halftrack: “The Rule of Law” will prove quite “Negotiable”, along Halftrack’s lines. When that happens I’ll tip my hat to Halftrack instead of to Jim Wooten. Sorry, but that’s the way this thing works. Both parties are tragically too cowardly to rectify this almost inconceivably in just muddle because one party profits from prospective employees while the other guards the employers. Any serious reform of our insanely dangerous immigration policy will require a kind of 50/50, a mutual fig-leaf arrangement sent up the pop charts for approval.

Cobb Woman of Color

May 10th, 2011
10:54 am

Americans and legal immigrants should march to protect our rights and American Dream. I sympathize with their plight but we must take care of Americans first.

If illegal immigrants won’t follow the process in place, what makes us think they will follow a new process if they are given amnesty? Do you think they will pay a fine and get a background check?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
4:13 pm

That’s idea, based roughly on Christian metaphor: contrition, penance, and a process of sanctification demonstrating repentance and culminating in a kind of secularized grace, in this case citizenship. Please bear in mind that we already do have a spectrum of civil rights and resposnsibilities, according whether one is e.g. under the age of 16 or 18 or 21, whether one is in prison or serving in the military, whether one is a citizen or else a legal resident, whether one resides in the 50 states or in Puerto Rico or one of the territories, &tc. Under the 14th Amendment, and also because of evolving American standards of civil rights and liberties, and also because we are a signatory of the UN Charter on Human Rights, all persons within our spree are entitled to a basic justice and dignity.

I can’t conceive of justice ever consisting in allowing persons to cross our borders illegally and proceed to violate our laws. That situation is about half of what I’ve called insane. But I am asking, at the same time, for magnanimity toward the children caught up in this mess. I’ve known and taught many such children. Too many. And that’s why I wish we’d all take a close look at the proposed “Dream Act”, however annoying its title may be, and proceed to debate, nationally, the just treatment of adult, undocumented workers who have resided here over time and otherwise kept their noses clean. (These include not only Latinos, by the way, but also a great many Asians).

As Mr. Wooten observes here, had we a rational and enforced guest worker program in the past 40 years we wouldn’t now find ourselves in such a pickle. Not for a minute, though, do I imagine that any nation’s immigration policy should be based on other than its self-interest. It’s just that America should be self-interested also in protecting its fitful heritage of clemency, fairness, magnanimity and openness–to reject the seamier side of our immigration heritage by protecting those more seemly aspects of our heritage.

Most of all, whatever we decide to we should do promptly, because meanwhile life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness–and the fates of children–are at stake.

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
4:16 pm

Memo to Cupertino: not “all persons within our spree” but rather all within our sphere.

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
5:00 pm

Muslim Montgomery refused to remove his Kofi in order to gain entry into a Henry County courtroom. He was to be in court to challenge a traffic ticket.

I wonder what Muslim Montgomery is going to do when he discovers Obama sent Seal Team 6 into Pakistan and shot Osama bin Laden above the left eye. Seal Team 6 deliberately and illegally entered Pakistan, a Muslim country, 98%, to get Bin Laden and thereby killed several innocent people too.

Maybe the refusal to remove his Kofi to gain entry was Muslim Montgomery’s response to Obama and Seal Team 6. It wouldn’t surprise me at all because integrationist African American leaders and their devilish black minions have been responding in a similar manner to black issues for over forty years.

Amen?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
5:03 pm

Oh Muffin my Muffin,

First you name jacked me, a couple years ago, and now you’re trying to hijack me. I get the wit of it, I do, but you must know by now that my response is sincerity. I’ll always ignore the ploy and respond only to the content. Should I ever surrender my Queen it’ll be by my design. And then you’ll be doomed. The truth rule out in journalism. We’d rather hear your derisive humor and considered thoughts than have to guess at your latest ploy. IT’S BORING.

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
5:34 pm

If Muslims in the United States were not conspiring with powerful people in the US in attacking Muslim countries, just like educated integrationist black people are conspiring with powerful people in the US to imprison and kill black people, they would tell Obama to get out of Muslim countries and consider it an honor to be in the United States, a Christian country. And obey every reasonable expectation of those in authority.

Naturally, we would expect people from the United States, the government, to respect the sovereignty, customs, and practices of the Muslim people in their own land.

But if Muslims and the US military continue on their paths, hammering out a perverted New World Order, Muslims will be reduced to the status of the millions of broken integrationist black people, black prostitutes, dope dealers, in the United States.

But don’t worry, just like integrationist black people who conspired with others against their own people to become “successful,” New World Order integrationist Muslims will be recognized for their accomplishments in their respective countries too.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
5:55 pm

If the minds of integrationist African American children are not focused on their authentically pathetic position in the world among other people, and building the necessary non-integrated black institutions to address it, they will continue to be the most deservedly reviled people and individuals on the earth; that’s pants pulled up or down.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
6:06 pm

Many Integrationists African American leaders and their devilish black minions address their authentically pathetic position among people of the earth by becoming mongrels, or like Tiger Woods, Cablinasian.

By doing so, they say you can solve the problems that black people face as people and individuals.

Isn’t that response to a problem much like Muslim Montgomery?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
6:42 pm

The integrationist African Americans and their devilish black minions duped Nelson Mandela and black South Africans with their integrationist scheme too. As we speak, just like black people in the United States, the masses of black South Africans have become a broken people since apartheid. Many are walking around with their pants down, bums, and prostitutes in their own country.

And just like the condition of the masses of African Americans in the United States, the condition of the masses of black South African has worsened immensely…

But don’t worry. Many black South Africans are on television everyday talking about how “successful” they have become since Apartheid. It’s an attempt to conceal the obvious crimes committed against their own people.

I’m beginning to wonder if Margaret Sanger was on to something. There may be a dysgenic stock of people that good for nothing but using and abusing.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
6:52 pm

When we were separated, prior to integration, if black children had thrown rocks and broke a pastor’s windshield, the pastor would have shot them and members of the community too, including the parents.

African Americans were intelligent people prior to integration and understood what the ultimate disrespect of elderly people and other would lead to. Today, so-called educated house integrationist black people on the radio, television, etc don’t have an intelligent thought about anything.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
7:00 pm

If perverted devilish black children had broken my windshield, I would have called Janet Napolitano and asked her to allow Jamil Al-Amin to come home quickly. Remember, he cleaned up the West-End and chased those black criminals out of the neighborhood before they sent him to prison.

African Americans need men and women in their community who will never allow children to flagrantly disrespect them; no matter if they are encouraged by the law.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
7:19 pm

Biv Bev Smith is nothing more than a kiss-but mongrel loving, black folks hating, sell-out N….. She makes her money by exploiting the misery of black people.

Be not deceived. She is nothing more or nothing less.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
7:32 pm

Brad,

Biv Bev Smith doesn’t have a clue what you are talking about when you say people must be able to think to become a member of the Seal Team 6… Educated integrationist African Americans believe thinking involves being able to conjugate a verb.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
7:35 pm

Biv Bev and other educated integrationist African Americans believe they can think too. But the reality is they are good for nothing but to be used and abused.

Can somebody say Margaret Sanger?

Amen?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
7:38 pm

Oh who the hell cares anymore. Your game has left the station. Get a new schtick. In fact, speaking of schtick, you been there, done that, so why don’t we indulge in Yiddish, with its inbuilt humor and wisdom? Probably Jewish persons would get a kick out of seeing a couple of goyim Josh one another, disagreeing or agreeing about Jim Wooten
in Yiddish. That would be gear!

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
7:39 pm

I wish the powers that be wouldn’t enable educated integrationist African Americans. If they did not, the cream would be able to rise to the top.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
7:49 pm

Brad and integrationist biv Bev Smith knows Obama was selected by the powers that be to wage war with people in the Middle-East and the continent of Africa, etc.

A white face or President would have been a difficult sell to the majority of people of color on earth. Can someone say racism? So the powers that be chose an integrationist mongrel African American to do their bidding.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
8:06 pm

According to Benazir Bhutto and other independent sources, Osama bin Laden died due to complications of renal failure 8 years ago. The powers that be did not want the information released because they wanted to continue the hunt for Bin Laden in Muslim and African countries.

I don’t know which Seal Team got her but someone assassinated her with two bullets to the brain.

Amen?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
8:16 pm

A funny sense of “racism”, but yeah, I for one get your take on Barack’s maneuver. In Chicago any political maneuver that wins votes is considered legitimate. That’s the essential truth of what distinguishes Chicago’s sense of political decency from that of the rest of the country. That town upholds sheer power as its carninal virtue, whereas other towns dilute themselves with various admixtures of virtue. Chicago alone holds political virtue up to ridicule. It’s quite strange, as Chicagoans are otherwise kind and open people, on the whole.

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
8:22 pm

…selected to wage war in the Middle East? How far down the line are Middle Eastern priorities of Americans at polling places? You must be NUTS!

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
8:40 pm

If Obama was concerned about diplomacy, he wouldn’t have unlawfully sent Seal Team 6 into Pakistan to “kill” bin Laden and others.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
8:46 pm

Many of us believe Obama and his unconstitutional government “buried” bin Laden at sea to prevent independent sources, especially Patriots, from discovering the truth; whatever the truth may be.

If you remember, he buried his birth certificate and transcript at sea for the same reasons.

Amen?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
8:50 pm

Rimshot. Heed my words, Wordsmith: Strut your stuff. As superior as you are stylistically, your felt opinions are still more valuable. And you’re an uncounted, useless Nihilist to deny as much, so instead screw us all and assert your assertions, albeit sometimes indirectly, forever. A finishing lifetime of daily mockery has got to appeal.

Seriously, hang in.

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
9:28 pm

Biv Bev,

When black men and boys come to me with child support issues, unlike many others including you, I tell them the truth. I tell them to do best they can do but given their social condition, it’s not going to be sufficient.

African American men don’t have the institutional support to sustain black families. Who’s responsible for employing black men and women? Who’s responsible for feeding black men and women? Who’s responsible for providing homes for black men and women etc?

Educated integrationist African Americans leaders and their devilish black minions believe Jews, Chinese, Indians, Koreans, and white people are responsible for meeting the basic needs of black men and women.

As a result, African American men have been placed in an untenable position; and a quagmire.

Educated integrationist African Americans are responsible for building black institution which guarantees the survival of black people in the New World Order.

The only race of people responsible for the survival of black people is the black race via building black institutions…

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
9:46 pm

You integrationist African Americans are pretty good at taking advantage of underprivileged black people on the radio.

The lawyer, Cathy Lewis, and Biv Bev Smith sound like and have the intelligence of low down N…..living on the streets of Brooklyn New York.

Don’t worry Brad, Cathy and Biv Bev Smith won’t be on any thinking Seal Teams. I hope they don’t have Affirmative Action.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
9:51 pm

Anytime the courts tell immoral abortion laden integrationist black women they can “get paid” via child support, black men have untold legal problems.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
9:56 pm

Anytime immoral abortion laden black women introduce black men to a hostile enemy court system via child support, they lose all credibility with God Almighty and any black person Thinking Right.

Amen?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
10:02 pm

Interestingly boring negatives: You can’t swim yet swear to attack, and when you stand up you are silent. At best you’re like no one I’ve ever known in 30 years of campaigning.

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
10:09 pm

In cases of divorce, there was a time, prior to integration, when black children were better off with their mothers.

But for the most part in 2011, black children are much better off with their fathers. Black women have been completely deceived by the New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions.

And this has nothing to do with conjugating a verb. It has everything to do with common sense and thinking.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
10:27 pm

If I had an ex-wife, and she involved me with the enemy hostile court system via child support, I would never speak to her again.

I hope they have not concocted an unconstitutional law compelling a man to speak to his ex-wife.

Amen?

You Know Who---TBO

May 10th, 2011
10:56 pm

Going to court is a double whammy for black Christians. The Bible forbids Christians from putting other Christians in jeopardy by turning to the judicial system to solve their problems. History has taught us that others despise what Christians represent i.e. our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Therefore, it is impossible for non-Christians to judge the affairs of Christians justly, especially African Americans.

Now if Christians are forbidden from entering the courtroom to solve disputes, Thinking Right African American Christians should never voluntarily enter the court system for any reason because of Christianity and race.

Amen?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
11:56 pm

Oh you are so biblically wrong, you merrily trenchant fiend. And you know it, but hey anything for laughs! Hey! So funny. So what’re you gonna do now for, like, a living? Like, keep on insulting people who take Jim Wooten seriously, or move on to Kenyon or the University of Iowa where they take deadpan cruelty seriously?

Glenn

May 10th, 2011
11:57 pm

Unfortunately for you they don’t pay for it, however.