By Lloyd Marcus
May 12, 2013NewsWithViews.com
Wow! I experienced it first hand. I wrote an article defending the biblical take on an issue. The mainstream media misquoted me – took my words out of context to portray me as someone I am not – a rabid hater.
Recklessly, without reading my original article to learn what I actually said, several news sources re-printed a reporter’s distortion of my article.Folks, I have no problem standing up for what I believe or even being hated for it. But, the media had thousands hating me for something I never said. Associates became nervous about being associated with me. Public figures began denouncing me.
It was a very stressful situation. My stress did not come from the Left hating me.
What If Zimmerman Walks Free? ~ What If George Zimmerman Is Not Guilty? Pat Buchanan on the trouble ahead.
Three months ago, George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford, Fla., shot and killed Trayvon Martin.
Handcuffed, taken in and interrogated, Zimmerman told police Trayvon had been acting suspiciously that dark and rainy night, that he had followed Trayvon, been knocked down and battered on the ground, and, fearing for his life, pulled a concealed handgun and shot him.
Pat Buchanan: It’s All About Race Now
RealClearPolitics ^ | March 30, 2012 | Patrick J. Buchanan
Posted on Friday, March 30, 2012 4:04:58 PM by 2ndDivisionVet
If it had been a white teenager who was shot, and a 28-year-old black guy who shot him, the black guy would have been arrested.
So assert those demanding the arrest of George Zimmerman, who shot and killed Trayvon Martin.
And they may be right.
Rep. Hank Johnson would not be raging that Trayvon had been “executed.” And ex-Black Panther Bobby Rush would not have been wearing a hoodie in the well of the House.
Which tells you what this whipped-up hysteria is all about.
It is not about finding the truth about what happened that night in Sanford when Zimmerman followed Trayvon in his SUV, and the two wound up in a fight, with Trayvon dead.
It is about the exacerbation of and the exploitation of racial conflict.
And it is about an irreconcilable conflict of visions about what the real America is in the year 2012.
Zimmerman “profiled” Trayvon, we are told. And perhaps he did.
But why? What did George Zimmerman, self-styled protector of his gated community, see that night from the wheel of his SUV?
Posted on Monday, January 16, 2012 2:28:12 AM by Republican Wildcat
Lyndon LaRouche was a prolific writer who developed a cult-like following and eight times, between 1976 and 2004, sought the presidency, seven times for the Democratic ticket. He wrote and spoke often about the economy and spun wild conspiracy theories. For example, he said Queen Elizabeth was a drug dealer. The Nation’s Bob Dreyfuss, a LaRouche acolyte who dedicated his first book to his former boss and had it published by LaRouche’s publisher, argued in it that Bernard Lewis, perhaps the most influential living historian of the Middle East, was a nefarious force behind Ayatollah Khomeini and Iran’s Islamic Revolution.
Posted on Sunday, December 18, 2011 3:18:30 AM by Impala64ssa
slip of the tongue reveals the true intentions of Maxine Waters (D) during a house hearing while arrogantly grilling oil executives including John Hofmeister, President of Shell Oil Company. This liberal, Maxine Waters starts to be honest by revealing herself as a Socialist, but stops, stumbles and then comes up with a more accepted answer. Oops! The guy next to her sighs with relief when she finally gets the words out America would want to hear her actually say, the lady next to him seems to be holding back her laughter. A pathetic real time revelation of the true identity of one of our nations liberal Democrat decision makers.
Our post-racial president has set race relations back decades.
In the current racial circus, the president of the United States, in addressing an assembly of upscale black professionals and political leaders, adopts the style of a Southern Baptist preacher of the 1960s. He alters his cadences and delivery to both berate and gin up the large audience — posing as a messianic figure who will “march” them out to speak truth to power. In response, the omnipresent Rep. Maxine Waters goes public yet again, to object that the president has no right to rally blacks in this way, when he does not adopt similar tones of admonishment with Jews and gays. (Should Obama try to emulate the way he thinks gays and Jews talk in his next address to them?)
Hope-and-change has now sunk into little more than a tawdry spectacle of racial spoils, as the president of the United States desperately cobbles together squabbling special-interest racial, ethnic, and gender groups in lieu of……………
Video: Angry Obama Tells Black Group “Stop complainin’,” Shut Up and Follow Me | Expose Obama
Video: Angry Obama Tells Black Group “Stop complainin’,” Shut Up and Follow Me | Expose Obama:
Obama is on the stump before the group that most supports his agenda,the Congressional Black Caucus,and he’s never looked angrier.
(Their answer:steal more money from productive America.)
Obama Urges Black Community To ‘March With Me’ Athena Jones September 24, 2011
Washington (CNN) — While acknowledging the hard-hit black community and budding criticisms in its ranks, President Barack Obama said in a speech Saturday night to the Congressional Black Caucus that he wouldn’t give up — and urged members of the black community to join him to jump-start the still-sluggish economy.
“I expect all of you to march with me, and press on,” Obama said. “… Stop complaining, stop grumbling, stop crying. We are going to press on. We’ve got work to do.” The unemployment rate among African-Americans is 16.7%, nearly double the national average, while 40% of black children live in poverty.
Such facts have made fiscal reforms a priority for caucus members, some of whom — most of them Democrats — have criticized Obama for not doing enough on the issue.
They include Rep. Maxine Waters, D-California, who at a caucus “jobs’ tour town hall” in Detroit this month described the unemployment rate among blacks “unconscionable.” She said the strategy to fix it was unclear, adding that the caucus was “getting tired” of waiting for one. She questioned the president’s decision to focus on the Midwest during a three-day jobs bus tour in August, stating that the 3 million who live in Iowa — and are mostly white — are roughly equal in number to the African-Americans who are out of work.
She suggested that Obama’s administration seemed more keen to focus on that politically important state than on the black community. “Are the unemployed in the African-American community, including almost 45% of its youth, as important as the people of Iowa?” she asked in the statement she released ahead of the president’s speech before a joint session of Congress in which he announced his jobs…
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“We are at war for the soul of this country,” Waters argued. “Yet, the president insists on treating those who oppose him as if they are just friends who disagree. I mean, playing golf with Boehner, inviting the boys over to watch the Super Bowl and drink beer—this is ‘pussyfooting.’”
Waters called on Obama to “show an iron fist” and “to crush the opposition under the heel of his boot.” “These people are trying to kill him,” Waters ranted. “He’s got to get them before they get him. It’s as simple as that.”
The Congresswoman said she was generally pleased with the President’s “jobs bill,” but that there were still some unanswered questions about it. “I love the president,” Waters said, “But I still need to know where’s my money in his bill? He shouldn’t be taking the support of fellow Democrats for granted. We need to get paid.”
In related news, former Ways & Means Chairman, Representative Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) was be honored by his peers in a ceremony at the House of Representatives this past week. It’s quite a turnaround from the censure Rangel received last year for tax evasion from these same peers. “To be fair, the censure may have been a bit too harsh,” said former Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif). “Most of his tax evasion occurred during the Bush Administration—a time when I think we can all agree that tax dollars were being misused by an out-of-control regime. So, in a way, Charlie was merely diverting funds that otherwise would’ve been mostly wasted.”
Speaking at a Congressional Black Caucus legislative conference in Washington, the California Democrat said Obama’s “been very nice” in his negotiations with Republicans, but now he needs to fight harder.
“He’s been on the other side of the aisle talking with people. He’s invited them up to the White House to have beer. He’s invited them to come and watch the Super Bowl games,” Waters said, as reported by The Hill. “He’s done all of that, and when they eat his food and drink his beer and leave, then they go and try to kill him [on Capitol Hill].”
“You’ve gotta fight – you will not win this battle without fighting,” she said.
According to The Hill, Waters said she and other Democrats believe that by fighting the Republican Party Obama can be successful — although she also suggested there are questions about whether he will keep fighting for liberal priorities when things tough.
“We love the president. We want him to be successful,” Waters said. “But does he feel our pain? Does he understand what’s going on out here?”
Waters criticized Obama last month for not paying more attention to black communities, particularly in the face of their disproportionate unemployment rate, and said black voters are hesitant to call him out because they “love him.”
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Fox Confronts Maxine Waters: ‘Do You Really Believe the Tea Party Should Go Straight to Hell?’:
Posted on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 7:42:40 AM by JesseWatters
‘Factor’ producer grills congresswoman over criticism of Fox News and Tea Party (VIDEO)
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Florida Republican Rep. Allen West will not be receiving a response to his letter challenging the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), Emanuel Cleaver to condemn recent attacks from its members on the tea party any time soon.
CBC spokeswoman Stephanie Young told The Daily Caller Thursday morning the CBC is likely not to respond to West in the coming weeks due to its hectic schedule and the CBC’s current focus on jobs.
Young issued a statement Wednesday in response to inquiries about West’s letter and threat to leave the CBC, which made no reference to the aforementioned snafu.
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“When you start using words such as lynching, I was born and raised in Georgia and my folks were from southern Georgia, born in the ’20s and ’30s, that’s a very reprehensible word and we should move away from using that type of language. And I have to tell you, one of the things I’m starting to think about is reconsidering my membership in the Congressional Black Caucus because I don’t think that they’re moving towards the right manner in which we’re going to solve the problems not just in the black community but all across the United States of America.”
West’s comments come after Rep. Andre Carson (D-Ind.) told a CBC gathering in Miami that “some of them in Congress right now of this tea party movement would love to see you and me … hanging on a tree.” Last week, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) told Los Angeles constituents that “as far as I’m concerned — the tea party can go straight to hell.”
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South Central L.A. Tea Party Founder and President, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson is demanding an apology from Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), for her remarks that the “tea party can go straight to hell.” Rep. Waters made her comments last Saturday at a forum in Inglewood, Calif., while vowing to push Congress to focus on creating more jobs. “I’m not afraid of anybody,” said Waters. “This is a tough game. You can’t be intimidated. You can’t be frightened. And as far as I’m concerned the ‘tea party’ can go straight to hell.” According to reports, Waters comments were met with cheers from the audience, which included SEIU members. Newly released figures indicate that California’s unemployment rate last month went up to 12%, from 11.8%. California now has second-highest rate of unemployment in the nation, trailing only Nevada at 12.9 %.
“Scapegoating the tea party for the wasteful liberal social policies which are destroying the U.S. economy is wicked and irresponsible,” said Rev. Peterson. “On behalf of millions of patriotic Americans we demand that Waters apologize! The tea party is the solution, not the problem. I’m sure Maxine Waters would like her attacks on the tea party to distract from her failures and serious ethics issues.”
Maxine Waters – “When You Unleash Us” – What does it mean?:
This clip explores what that expression, “when you unleash us,” can mean. The end times cosmology of Black Nationalists calls for a final confrontation between the black and white races, to be led by black messiahs (plural). Black Liberation Theology is a pseudo-Christian Black Nationalist doctrine that was derived in large part from that of the Nation of Islam. The Nation of Islam is a black cult-like sect, using Islam as a facade, much as Obama‘s Trinity church in Chicago fronts as a Christian church.
Your Midterm Mandate Is Clear, Republicans: Stop Obama
Pajamas Media ^ | October 28, 2010 | Bryan Preston
Posted on Thursday, October 28, 2010 9:30:54 AM by Kaslin
If Republicans win next week, they will carry a mandate from the people to stop Barack Obama’s drive to re-shape America into his radical image.
Suppose you own an older home, and you want to give it a makeover. A major makeover. Maybe even take it into “extreme makeover” territory. Before you can build the new rooms, walls, and so forth, you have to plan. And that plan must include, among other things, destroying at least some of what’s there. Take a look at this time lapse video to see what I’m talking about.
Tear down the old house, replace it with another one. That’s a pretty fundamental transformation. Destruction had to take place before the rebuilding could begin. Keeping that in mind, let’s rewind to one of candidate Obama’s favorite lines in the closing days of the 2008 campaign that made him president of the United States.
The crowds cheered wildly for his promise to “fundamentally transform” America. But did they know what they were cheering for? Did they know that they were cheering for both parts of “fundamental transformation” — not just the transformation’s outcome, but also the planning and destruction that inevitably take place before the transformation can begin?
Obama never really laid out his plans for “fundamental transformation,” not all in one place. Most of his fans probably thought it amounted to passing a couple of major bills that Democrats have wanted for years, ending the war against Islamist fascism (without their man ever calling it that, of course), socking the rich with higher taxes, and promoting the left’s ever nebulous and shifting notions of “fairness.” And they have mostly gotten that. But it’s not “fundamental transformation,” yet.
What is America, fundamentally? Fundamentally, we are a federal constitutional republic based on the rule of law, free citizens, and free enterprise. It is those fundamentals that Obama intends to transform, though unlike the house in the first video, they don’t need replacing. But to Obama, they need to be destroyed first to make way for his vision. What else could he have meant?
Obama’s project is more sweeping that what he has done to date, because his ideas are more radical and his motivations are deeper than most Americans realized when he was elected. Just taking a look at a few of his headline efforts, it’s clear that his promise — or was it a threat? — to “fundamentally transform” America is well under way. And that project inevitably means taking out some of the republic’s load-bearing walls.
Government’s relationship to industry. For decades, the left has agitated for more and more government control of U.S. private enterprise. They genuinely believe that government knows best, that big government=good government, and that government will bring about a more “fair” economy in which the rich will not get richer while the poor, presumably, will also. That demands redistribution of wealth, a principle that Democrats usually shy away from admitting. But candidate Obama, famously, admitted it during his street conversation with Joe the plumber in 2008.
And he admitted that for him, tax policy isn’t about economic efficiency, but “fairness.”
Democrats mostly keep this part of their agenda under wraps, but the mask slips once in a while as in the above, and as in this exchange between Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters and oil company CEOs during their testimony before a House committee.
Obama has made good on that idea, not in taking over the oil companies (yet, though he did