Posted on Friday, October 25, 2013 10:17:13 PM by Cheerio
Former governor refuses invite to go on \’shambolic\’ Piers Morgan Live show
By Lloyd Marcus
In the midst of all the racial hullabaloo stirred up by so-called advocates for black empowerment after the Zimmerman trail, guess who is really being harmed? Answer: black America.
All of you black pastors, black politicians, and black celebs who have joined Sharpton and the MSM’s lynch mob to “get Zimmerman” should be ashamed of yourselves. You are doing a huge disservice to the very people you claim to champion by chasing a straw man while ignoring the real issues that are devastating black America.
Everyone knows that the black community is a mess. White folks ain’t killin’ us. We are killing each other. Over 70 and increasing percent of black kids grow up in fatherless homes. Researchers warn that we blacks are aborting ourselves into extinction. Black school dropout rates are at epidemic levels. Fatherless households and school dropouts fuel through the roof high black unemployment, gangs, and incarcerations.
Rush: Nobody Will Go Near Rachel Jeantel’s Revelation That Trayvon Martin Thought Zimmerman was Gay…..
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Nobody Will Go Near Rachel Jeantel’s Revelation That Trayvon Martin Thought Zimmerman was Gay
RushLimbaugh.com ^ | 7-17-2013 | Rush Limbaugh
Posted on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 2:49:21 PM by servo1969
FULL TITLE – “Nobody Will Go Near Rachel Jeantel’s Revelation That Trayvon Martin Inflicted a “Whoop Ass” on George Zimmerman Because He Thought Zimmerman was Gay”
RUSH: Let me go back to Piers Morgan CNN two nights ago. I keep learning things that Rachel Jeantel said. I didn’t hear the interview. I just read about it. The audio sound bites that we heard yesterday are all I’ve heard. I didn’t watch it. Apparently she said something else that’s kind of entertaining. This is from Breitbart News. “Prosecution witness Rachel Jeantel, speaking to Piers Morgan on CNN last night, explained that George Zimmerman had misunderstood the beating he was receiving from Trayvon Martin, and so had the jury in his trial.
“Zimmerman was not facing a potentially life-threatening ‘bashing,’ but simply a ‘whoop ass.'” Here’s her quote, Rachel Jeantel’s quote from Monday night on CNN: “They don’t understand, they understand, ‘Oh, he would just bash, or was kill.’ When somebody bash somebody, like, blood people, trust me, in the area I live, that’s not bashing.
That’s just called ‘whoop ass.’ You just got your ass whooped. That’s what it is.”
Hotair ^ | 04/04/2013 | AllahPundit
Posted on Thursday, April 04, 2013 3:53:42 PM by SeekAndFind
Either (a) Obama is referring to a different shooting, which I doubt, (b) I missed a major update to the Newtown story, (c) he knows something we don’t, or (d) he has roughly the same mastery of gun fundamentals as magazine expert Diana DeGette. From last night’s DCCC fundraiser in San Francisco:
Now, over the next couple of months, we’ve got a couple of issues: gun control. (Applause.) I just came from Denver, where the issue of gun violence is something that has haunted families for way too long, and it is possible for us to create common-sense gun safety measures that respect the traditions of gun ownership in this country and hunters and sportsmen, but also make sure that we don’t have another 20 children in a classroom gunned down by a semiautomatic weapon — by a fully automatic weapon in that case, sadly.
The Dumbest AND Most Frightening Bumper Sticker You’ll Ever See…
The Looking Spoon ^ | 3-5-13 | The Looking Spoon
Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 3:15:36 PM by The Looking Spoon
Somebody actually put this on their car and may have officially invented vision pollution in the process.
You Tube ^ | 2-26-13 | imatator777
Posted on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 8:19:23 AM by dynachrome
Alex Jones interviews Doc S. about the censorship of ads for his book and other topics (43 minute audio. haven’t listened to full audio, yet)
Much of the reporting about Google’s driverless car has mistakenly focused on its science-fiction feel. In fact, the driverless car has broad implications for society, for the economy and for individual businesses.
Just in the U.S., the car puts up for grab some $2 trillion a year in revenue and even more market cap. It creates business opportunities that dwarf Google’s current search-based business and unleashes existential challenges to market leaders across numerous industries, including car makers, auto insurers, energy companies and others that share in car-related revenue.