Archive for January 20th, 2014

Dr. King Opposed The Vietnam War

Monday, January 20th, 2014

In 1967, Martin Luther King took a very strong and public stand against the war in Vietnam. He knew the risks.  King knew President Lyndon Johnson would be enraged thus endangering federal entitlement programs that helped his people.  He knew that many in the Civil Rights movement would not understand why he was placing such an emphasis on ending the racist, exploitative, and stupid war. But his conscience would not let him keep quiet.

One of his strongest speeches on the subject is shown below.

If Dr. King were alive today, do you think he would remain silent so as not to criticize America’s first African-American president and his eight Mideast military misadventures?

If you think he would not have voiced his opposition to many of Obama’s war policies because the president is black, you really don’t know Martin Luther King.

Just One Of The Old Boys Network

Monday, January 20th, 2014

Mayor Lovely Warren

Last November, Rochester, New York elected its first Afro-American woman mayor, Lovely Warren. A lot of people believed she would be a “different” sort of politician. She is – so far she’s worse than most of the others.  In her first two weeks as mayor she’s managed to:

– create a new “bodyguard-driver” position at a salary of $80,000+.  And

– chose her Uncle (whom, she said was not her Uncle – he’s her “Aunt’s husband,”) for that position.


Uncle "no-he's-my-aunt's-husband" Reggie

– Uncle Reggie was stopped for speeding TWICE – on the same day (!) with the mayor in the car.  She said they weren’t going that fast.  State Troopers said both times they were going over 90+ miles per hour.

– An Ethics Committee opened to question her nepotism but we know how that will turn out.

Of course black community leaders called out RACISM! when our local media reported these stories.  I’m getting really tired of that.  It’s like when I criticize Obama’s war policies: RACISM!


I was very idealistic when I supported and marched for Martin Luther King’s causes in the 1960’s.  I still believe he was a great man. I also believe he would be very disappointed in this current crop of black, privileged politicians.

She’s Spiritually Exciting

Monday, January 20th, 2014

The ULTIMATE in safe sex! Spectrophilia is a fetish in which one is attracted to ghosts or spirits.  Spectrophiliacs fantasize about ghosts and often imagine scenarios involving sexual events between themselves and spirits.

Time For Time Out

Monday, January 20th, 2014