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Ki said...

Actually, jackzee, none of us are of any consquence to the robber barons.

fairmon areen't you just as blind to yours? What the candidates stand for? And what's that?Do you even knoiw?

re: * the results could be terrible *?

Not according to David Siegal. Remember him? The CEO of Westgate who threaten to fire all his employees if President Obama was elected. Well, his business was failing. He had to stop building on that monsterous house he building. The BAM! Obanma gets elected and his business has grown so that he was able to expand and had to huge moire employees. Since his employees were able to get reasonably priced health insurance through the ACA exchange he's been able to invest in all kinds of extra stuff. He purchased the Orlando predators. He purchased a massive hotel and casino in Vegas. And he was able to begin work again on that gaudy 90,000 square foot house he had to stop work join under the bush. Complete with a bowling alley, 30 car garage and roller-skating rink. Life Is Good!

July 27, 2014 at 9:21 p.m.
Ki said...

you're so blinded and in denial with your own sanctimonious self-righteous babble that you can't see your own bigotry anyway, jackZEE! Lol!

July 27, 2014 at 6:36 p.m.
Ki said...

the zabbler said: "I am the least bigoted person I know"

Sounds like a strum thurmond moment. Now zabbler will introduce all the black friends, black grandbabies as proof, no doubt. :-)

July 27, 2014 at 5:43 p.m.
Ki said...

Actually, zabybaybee, Sowell, Thomas, Williams, only later Carson, are the epitome of the typical obedient plantation negro. If you were really savvy on that period in history you'd know this.

July 27, 2014 at 9:35 a.m.
Ki said...

al is right. Bigotry, more than anything, is behind blocking most everything this president has attempted. It's even behind a certain segment of the population voting against their own best interest. One politician actually referred to the president as "that n%&*#r in the white house."

July 27, 2014 at 9:26 a.m.
Ki said...

In the meantime see:

Prisoners the U.S. hopes the world will forget

creative time reports

In 2006 and 2008 BOP ( bureau of prisons) created secret units within the borders of the U.S. One such unit is located in Terre Haute, Indiana. The other, Marion Illinois. They are called CMUs, or Communication Management Units. They primarily house Muslims falsely accused of terrorism, for such assinine reasons of criticizing U.S foreign policies. Or what we normally refer to as exercising freedom of speech guaranteed under the constitution . Tarek Mehanna is such a person sentenced ton7 years as a CMU for criticizing American foreign policy. Andy Stepanian, an activist who would have b een celebrated by the U.S. if he'd organized and activated his activism in some foreign country (say China?) --and 1 of only a few and rare white prisoner at CMU was sentenced to 3 years (has since been released).

Quatanamo Bay isn't the only detention facility/ its just the one more widely known.

read more @ creative time reports

July 26, 2014 at 12:49 a.m.
Ki said...

So true, all. And leaders from both sides have been saying the same thing about one another for decades. Zeebler conveniently leaves that out.

July 25, 2014 at 5:28 p.m.
Ki said...

There are several issues any knowledgeable person on world issues, even if that knowledge is minimum, should find disturbing about this issue and others such as the one taking place in the Ukraine. I'll list two:

First: Why did Ukrainian protesters attacking ethnic Russians show up sporting Nazi signs and emblems and raising their fists in the old "heil Hitler!" sign?

Second: There are eyewitness reports of right wing pro-israelis protesters showing up the same way using Nazi signs and emblems protesting against and attacking left wing Israeli who spoke out against the Gaza military invasion? It was described as looking a lot like 1933 Germany.

OK I said two, but here's a third: Why is american media ignoring and not reporting a more rouneded and truthful version of what's taking place?

I confess/ there's a fourth element: is america either advertently or inadvertently supporting the resurgence of Nazism around the world? If knowingly doing so, why? If unknowingly, then u.s. leaders are even more dumb on world issues than the average american.

July 25, 2014 at 5:23 p.m.
Ki said...

Hopefully this won't amount to too little too late. Where were all these now caring successful black folks as little as 10, 15 or 20 years ago? Or perhaps five years ago for that matter? ans:? They were the ones beating the drums loudess about how terrible their young black men were. They were leading the campaign for stiffer sentencing laws. When others tried to point out the damage they were doing to their own they were either ignored, attacked or accused of living in the past.

Someone in federal law once put it this way: You know why the war on drugs and others were waged primarily in the black community when whites abuse drugs equal to and some studies say even greater and more often than blacks? The white community would have never allowed such wars to invade their communities in the first place. It doesn't matter if little white junior or missy were overdosing in their parents basements. They don't want the lifetime stigma forever impacting their communities, their schools or forever altering and damaging their children's future.

July 25, 2014 at 2:38 p.m.
Ki said...

surrrrrEEE jackZ. we understand. ;)

July 25, 2014 at 2:17 p.m.
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