Friday, December 30, 2011

Newt Gingrich Has Hillary Clinton Moment In Iowa

This video clip of Newt Gingrich, a Republican presidential contender, crying is a bit reminiscent of then Senator Hillary Clinton crying in New Hampshire before the states primary in 2008 where then Senator Barack Obama was leading. Clinton started crying when a supporter asked her how she managed to keep going. "You know, I have so many opportunities from this country, I just don't want to see us fall backwards," she said, her voice breaking a bit. So she was crying for what she saw as America falling backwards. She might have been right to cry. Look at our society some years later: high unemployment, a dysfunctional Congress and bad economy.

Although, Clinton won the New Hampshire Primary, she did not go on to capture the Democratic Nomination. Barack Obama won the honor and presidency.

Newt's reason for crying is the memory of his late mother and an illness that claimed her life. Then too, he could be crying as he is falling in the Iowa polls.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Herman Cain's Briefing Book: The Man Manual

If guilty, Herman Cain and his wife, Gloria, have done nothing that their counterparts in politics haven't done. To that end, to say he was/is a throwback to days long gone, I ask which days? Granted Cain's campaign wasn't conventional by any means (neither was Ross Perot or Barack Obama, who used the internet to raise money and relied heavily on the media to explain his positions on everything from Rev. Wright to foreign affairs). To sum up Cain's political run as a joke and discredit the success he has had in corporate America is sad. What are we telling AA children? If you are anything but Democrat you are a joke, but if you happen to be a Republican be moderate and be seen not heard?

While I am proud to have an African-American president, that is as far as the pride will go, for what memorable has the current president done to stand out from other presidents? He made campaign promises (as those before him have done) and have not be able to keep. Yes, we can fault the opposing party, but he said he would be able to build a bridge across the aisle. The buck stops with him and his inability to come across as a strong black MAN. I know plenty of strong black Men and they don't scream or yell to be heard (but then too, you do what you have to do to succeed). But the silence is only golden for the other side.

The state of African-Americans is the same as it was before Obama took office (not that it would change), but many thought Obama would uplift the down trodden in the community give new hope. Instead, a wedge has been built. His harsh rhetoric toward the community with little to nothing as an example of leadership, which is akin to the already rhetoric from the community. Some will say AAs must take control of their own plights. Agreed, but still they gave Obama their vote and expected agreat deal in return (as any constituents would expect).

So while many in the AA community deride Cain for being congenial and jovial (buffoonery), when all he had done is be himself, he is the model of a successful black man (minus the alleged accusations which tend to follow his counterparts but he is judged more harshly). For the record, I don't condone unfaithfulness. Neither can I in good faith sum up Cain's person by allegations of affairs which he didn't do a good job in explaining (the perception was there but it was a matter for he and his wife). Remember John Edwards?

And as for Cain's personality, what else would be expected arrogant and standoffish? All candidates can laugh and be playful except a black man?

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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

The President and Mrs. Obama Visit Troops in Hawaii


The President and his daughters headed to the beach in Hanauma Bay on Oahu during their Christmas Vacation in Hawaii. The first family returns to D.C. January 2.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

It's Football and Not Politicians Flip Flopping

Jerome Simpson Touchdown: Bengals wide receiver flips over Cardinals defender for touchdown. I'm sure many Pols on the Hill in DC are familiar with this move.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Republican Presidential Candidate Ron Paul Under Scrutiny

'Baby, It's Cold Outside' Gets Gay Makeover By Mister Chase And Chris Salvatore (VIDEO)

Awesome rendition!
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Former President Bill Clinton On The Liberal Media In 2008

Matt Damon Slams Obama, Democrats: 'One Term President With Some Balls Would Have Been Better'

Matt Damon: "I've talked to a lot of people who worked for Obama at the grassroots level. One of them said to me, 'Never again. I will never be fooled again by a politician­."

And Matt Damon: "You know, a one-term president with some balls who actually got stuff done would have been, in the long run of the country, much better."

Damon is only saying what many of us already knew. Now we have to collect ourselves and journey on and hope the president succeeds.

And what does the Obama have to say? President'­s own words to Diane Sawyer in March of 2010, "I'd rather be a really good one-term president than a mediocre two-term president.­.. There's a tendency in Washington to think that our job descriptio­n, of elected officials, is to get reelected. That's not our job descriptio­n. Our job descriptio­n is to solve problems and to help people."

"and we are not saved..."
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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Family Discuss Christmas After His Death In 1968

Gov. Chris Christie Calls It As He Sees It On Morning Joe

Thomas Jane On TV, American Brainwashing, DUI Suicide

The actors statements below says it all. Maybe this is one of the reasons many want to legalize marijuana for everyone.

"Jane says that the corporate-­driven media, liquor, the education system and the collusion of big business and the government have brainwashe­d Americans into complacenc­y."

"People's reactions to the world around them, if you give them drugs and alcohol, they tend to not worry too much that you're ripping them off on the parking meters and you're putting people in office that don't know what the f*ck they're doing," the actor says. "We can go down to the bar and complain about it there instead of going down to f*cking Congress and complainin­g to the people who really f*cking need to hear it, you'll find yourself down at the corner bar, yelling at the f*cking bartender, who could give a f*ck, is just waiting to go home and turn on the goddamn TV."
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Monday, December 19, 2011

Culture Forecast: Dec. 18 - Dec. 24

Funny how many try to protect the usage of the "N word" with free speech and what not. If it were a word to describe gays, lesbians, Jews, Muslims etc., the world would burn down along with the person using the word if there was an attempt to make it mainstream and protected under free speech. Just goes to show how small minded some are.
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Why Tebow, Why Now?

Great piece! Why not Tebow? He is in my opinion a person children can look up to and emulate. He appears to lead an exemplary life- good clean and wholesome. He is without the baggage of baby mama drama, drugs, guns and the like (of course it seems many would prefer this). He is the quitessent­ial picture of the all-Americ­an kid next door.

Sorry to say if he slips (backslide­) there are many standing on the sidelines to descend on him like flies on poop wagging their finger to "I told you so". So sad, but for now we can relish in seeing civility and calmness and conviction with virtue in the NFL, as many have come before him but he stands out for now.

And if you don't like him, change your channel, turn off your tube or pick a new NFL team to support. Afterall, he is only with the Broncos for a season.
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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Tim Tebow, Broncos Get Visit From Jesus During SNL Skit (VIDEO)

So I guess if Tebow was talking about the women in his life and being a player all would love it and want to hear more (especiall­y if he was giving the finger to religious)­. But because he is quiet and has morals he should shut up. LOL!
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Kim Jong Il Dead: North Korea Leader Dies At 69

What's next?
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Al Sharpton Reinvents Himself For His Second Act

Money will get you to do anything. Besides, look at all the other commentato­rs and TV personalit­ies who have reinvented themselves­. Sharpton is no exception.
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Occupy Wall Street Prepares For Occupation 2.0

Per the headline, protesters are gearing up to "occupy" a new parcel of land? This seems to be the entire movement: occupy a space and complain or make accusation­s against the police who are doing their jobs. Sure there are some police using too much force similarly there are a lot of protesters acting out and let's start with "occupying­" space that doesn't belong to them exclusivel­y.

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Newt Gingrich's Assault On 'Activist Judges' Draws Criticism, Even From Right

Do I think Gingrich could beat Obama? Only if the left media lost its love crush on Obama. That being said, I do think Gingrich would give Obama a run for his money and force him to start governing from the center as Bill Clinton had done during is last term in office.
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Des Moines Register Endorses Mitt Romney For 2012 GOP Nomination

Obama and the media will mop the floor with Mitt Romney. That's all providing the left doesn't loose its man crush on Obama. You read it here.
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New York Occupy Wall Street Protestors March On After Day of Arrests At Vacant Lot Near Duarte Square

The below statements I have extracted from this article says it all. It's not a movement like those of the 60's but rather a disorganiz­ed malcontent group of people disguising themselves as wanting to right the wrongs in our society.

The protesters say they want people to realize the country is going in the wrong direction. Well, their actions are a part of the "wrong direction'­. Hence their message is lost in translatio­n.

Please don't throw up the Civil Rights Movement and their civil disobedien­ce, to do so would be akin to sacrilege. Then it was about basic rights, and one of them being the right to VOTE. Once obtained they took to the polls for change. The OWS protesters have the right to VOTE and some won't or don't use it. I have spoken to several friends overseas about OWS. They laugh and say they don't understand the message of the movement. Then they say why don't these people get their change by VOTING! "Why are they waiting for the media or anyone else to give them the power they already have?"

"...they scaled a chain-link fence or crawled under it to get to an Episcopal church-own­ed lot they want to use for a new camp site.

"As officers made arrests, protesters shouted obscenitie­s and hollered: "Make them catch you!"
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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Newt Gingrich Claims Republican Rivals' Attacks Have Taken Their Toll As He's Surged In Polls

So this is how we select a candidate for president. Attack, attack, attack and then we say they are solid and good for the country. It's not wonder the future generation are cut throat.
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Thursday, December 15, 2011

MSNBC Apologizes To Romney Over KKK Comparison, Says It Was 'Appalling' (VIDEO)

Why do journalist at MSNBC make such mistakes? I think they are Freudian slips. Remember David Gregory and his comments about a grand wizard asking Herman Cain to get out of the Presidenti­al Race? Geez! Leave it to the family at NBC.
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U.S. CEO Pay Jumps Minimum Of 27 Percent Last Year, Survey Finds

Ok so Salaries of CEO's jumped by a minimum of 27% what are we to do about it other than get depressed by the news? Who cares? Regulators don't, Occupy Wall Street is to busy fighting with the police and other authoritie­s to get a message across, the media takes pride in reporting the increase now what? We continue to live and wait for the increase to jump by 50%.

"and we are not saved..."
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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Donald Trump, Rosie O'Donnell's Twitter Feud (VIDEO)

When Trump barks all listen...s­o it seems.
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Rick Santorum Blames Same-Sex Marriage For Plummeting Rates Of Marriage Across The Nation

The statement "changing definition­" of the institutio­n (marriage) should quantify an increase in marrage for more people are able to marrying. Santorum should tend to his own married life and leave the lives of others alone.
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New Yorkers Approve Of Mayor Bloomberg's Job Performance But Support OWS Protestors

Nothing but respect for the Mayor.
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The Death of Television

The death of TV began in the late 80's when everyone decided to go on TV and air their dirty laundry. Since that point it has been a downward spiral into filth. A few ok shows but the rest trash.
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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

FEMEN, Ukrainian Women's Rights Group, Protests Russian Elections (TOPLESS PHOTOS)

"Cojones" was deleted???­? What the heck is happening in America? Why all the unnecessar­y censorship­? Is the country that puritanica­l? Geez!

I have always thought Huntsman would be the ideal choice to debate Obama, but the media thinks otherwise. It seems the media picks the president.
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Donald Trump Pulling Out Of GOP Debate (VIDEO)

And life goes on.
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FEMEN, Ukrainian Women's Rights Group, Protests Russian Elections (TOPLESS PHOTOS)

Wait don't underage children read this HP? If so, why are topless women being shown without a parental advisory? Funny thing you see it here and it is censored on TV. LOL! Only in the US of A. This reminds me of the picture of a dead Ghadaffi on HP the other day. The pictures are by non-US journalist is the likely excuse for showing them. Yeah right.
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Syria Death Toll Passes 5,000, 11 Killed In Latest Attacks

Here is a question, what is Saudi Arabia doing about Syria. What is Jordan and Turkey doing? Better yet what are other Asian and Western countries doing? The US cannot and should not shoulder the responsibi­lity of bringing law and order to the region. We have our hands full with the economy and Occupy Wall Street. Although, the latter is almost under control.
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Monday, December 12, 2011

The Walmart Problem: Uncovering Labor's Place In An Era Of Joblessness

Gosh I hope labor unions don't get their greedy hands on Walmart.
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2011 In Photos: From More Than 1 Million Images To Just 10

Why would we show a picture of a dead Ghaddaffi when we wouldn't show a dead bin laden? America is so twisted at times when it comes to judgment calls.
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Tim Tebow, Broncos Beat Bears 13-10 In OT: Denver Wins 6th Straight (VIDEO)

Yes! Tebow is the best. A wholesome athlete with his eyes on the prize. Never mind the critics.
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Sunday, December 11, 2011

Newt Gingrich Stands By Comment That Palestinians Are 'Invented' People

This reminds me of the comment then Senator Hillary Clinton made about the Palestine being a state. Many jumped down her back for the comment. Gradually, as the media realized what she was saying made since, instead of backtracki­ng on attacking her they attributed the comment to someone else. LOL! One of those because Newt had the guts to say it it must be wrong.
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Rick Perry Zings Mitt Romney For $10,000 Bet

Beware of a betting man who bets on small and frivolous things. Romney would possibly bet against the US making a comeback.
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Rick Perry, Republican Presidential Rivals Answer Question On Marital Fidelity At GOP Debate (VIDEO)

Can't a person change overtime? I find it interestin­g that people are unwilling to forgive a person they dislike while forgiving another who has committed the most unforgivab­le act against them or society. Well, my gosh if we go by that standard there would be no politician­s or people in top places with second chances or third chances. Just look at history or people in high and low places they all have baggage. The key is to admit and be contrite about a change.
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Newt Gingrich To Mitt Romney: You Couldn't Be A Career Politician If You Tried (VIDEO)

That was an ouch moment.
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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Tim Tebow Debate: Bill Cosby Defends Tim Tebow, Broncos On YouTube (VIDEO)

If Tim Tembow was out parading around with girls and booze the liberals would love it. But because he is a clean cut kid with morals and values many seem to dislike him. So sad. Tembow is a role model! Not everyone in society is into the fast and furious life style. Variety is the spice of life.
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Obama In Kansas: 'It Is Great To Be Back In The State Of Texas' (VIDEO)

Yikes! He's tired. I'm sure he knows Kansas from Texas. Thank God Herman Cain didn't make the mistake.
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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Donald Trump Trumps MSNBC's Chuck Todd

Monday morning Donald Trumps gave Chuck Todd a major takedown on his own MSNBC show. Todd is visibly nervous and not sure how to appease Trump, who steamboats right over him. Witness it all here. The best man won.

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Michelle Obama Stuns In Blue Gown At Kennedy Center Honors (PHOTOS)

So far the FLOTUS has done well with her taste. She is coming into her own. The blue is stunning!
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Ginger White Details Alleged Herman Cain Affair

Wow! That was some juicy details. I wonder what her children are thinking about her now? She did and thought all of that while they were having sex and is still in the poor house. She should have been thinking how she could get more money from this man, if what she is saying is true and the sex was boring. If you are going to have an affair at least get something of value out of it besides bragging rights.
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Monday, December 5, 2011

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Bill Richardson and Sex Allegations Under Investigation

Bill Richardson, 64, a democratic presidential candidate in 2008, who ultimately endorsed Barak Obama for president, is being investigate by a federal grand jury in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

According to published reports, Richardson, who served as Energy Secretary in the Clinton Administration and an Ambassador to the United Nations, is being investigated that he arranged campaign supporters to pay off a woman who planned to say she had an extramarital affair with him prior to his run for president. Also being investigated, are possible campaign finance violations stemming from his failed 2008 presidential bid.   

Sources familiar with the investigations have said several of Richardson’s close associate have been granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for their testimony.  The seated jury panel is one of several juries in recent years to examine aspects of Richardson’s administration and campaigns. 

My thoughts on this: First of all, when Richardson was running for president rumors were rampant about his alleged affairs. The liberal media, however, viewed him as a favorable candidate because he was Mexican. It seems the media thought it would be nice to have Mexican leading the Democratic Party as oppose to a white male. This same thought process was used toward Barak Obama. Needless to say, Obama became president.

My thoughts on affairs: Why do men in power allow themselves to be tarnished by extra marital dalliances thus ruining an otherwise stellar career in public service (i.e. Bill Clinton, John Edwards, Jesse Jackson)?  Do these men actually think what is done in the dark will not come back to hunt them? Why do they feel the need to philander their family jewels?  Are women so attracted to power that they give into it? 

My conclusion: arrogance and stupidity on both sides. 

Where are a few good men and women?
"and we are not saved..."

George Will: Herman Cain Used Campaign 'As A Book Tour'

FYI to George Will: Herman Cain is not longer in the race for the White House (not that some ever believed he was). Move on and find something of more importance to talk anybody. Anyone can diss Cain.
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Occupy Broadway Draws Artists, Protesters To Theater District

The White House belongs to the public as do most Federal, State and local buildings. The same can be said of National Parks. You just can't pitch-up a tent and say it's yours. Some of these places is for the enjoyment of al and not a few who don't want to conform to society rules and law because they deem them inappropri­ate or overbearin­g. This doesn't mean you can just occupy? Are these people nuts? I don't get the rationale.
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News Anchor Santa Denial Draws Ire From Chicago Viewers (VIDEO)

You mean there are still innocent small children in the US who believe in Santa Claus in the 21st Century? With the sexualizat­ion of our children and mature cartoon TV shows and video games, I am surprised innocence hasn't been lost or along with the fantasy of a child. Maybe someone should do a poll to make certain.

"and we are not saved..."
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Iran: U.S. Spy Plane Shot Down By Iran Armed Forces

Mahmoud Ahmadineja­d better be glad the US has a Democrat President sitting in office and not a Republican or he might be barbecue right about now. Wait, I think he should be reconsider­ing his entire stance because President Barack Obama is in office. Has Mahmoud Ahmadineja­d forgotten that Obama took out Osama bin laden and his henchmen and saw Libya and Egypt fall?

Mahmoud Ahmadineja­d stop playing with fire you could get burned!
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Newt Gingrich's Rise Continues, Ron Paul Second, Romney Third In Iowa: Des Moines Register Poll

Does the left media see what they are doing? They attack little ole Fox for giving Newt good coverage (or any flavor or the month Republican­). Yet in 2008 that's all they did for Barack Obama. They gave him good press coverage. And knocked down every negative story on the man.
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Egypt Election Results: Muslim Brotherhood Wins Over One Third Of Vote

Nearly a year ago, I wrote on HP that the US should be cautious as Egypt fell. While we saw democracy for the Egyptians under a new regime, what is and what will be are two different things. The Muslims Brotherhoo­d is about to do exactly what I predicted.

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Herman Cain Is Out But Not Done Yet!

Now that Republican presidential nominee Herman Cain has suspended his bid for the presidency, some are left wondering if he will become a political pundit like Sarah Palin.

As many are aware, Palin was the governor of Alaska when John McCain tapped her to be his vice president running mate in 2008. The pair did not make it to the White House, and Palin returned to her governorship.

In 2009, however, Pain resigned as governor of Alaska citing personal reasons. Since that time she has been a fixture in the news often making headlines (for better or for worse). Palin had been considered a potential candidate for the 2012 presidential election. She, however, dispelled the speculation in October when she announced she would not run for the presidency. This has not silenced her. She has been somewhat of a major voice on the political scene giving comments on the current president and congress. She has even become a political commentary for Fox News.

This brings us back to Cain, who was seen as a light weight running for president. That all changed when he became the front runner, and that became his undoing. He was then opened up for a microscopic vetting which brought up questions regarding his knowledge of world affairs and his relationship with women (just to name a few).

Now making it full circle, with Cain suspending his campaign he can still receive campaign donations. The donations can allow him to create a political action committee, which is something he alluded to during his speech Saturday in Atlanta. A Cain political action committee would allow him to remain in the limelight with his 9-9-9 tax plan and other pet causes.

Now that Cain has suspended his campaign, I wonder if the left media pundits and so called journalist will move on? I doubt it. When they are able to take a stab at a successful black man, and not be labeled racist by black liberals they will pull out all the stops. And so it will begin.

"and we are not saved..."