Sunday, October 30, 2011

Herman Cain

If you know us, then you know we liked Herman Cain from the git-go. He is a common man with common sense and whose values match ours.

We learned he would be speaking in Montgomery Friday, so we went, mostly to see what his supporters looked like. They were young and old, but mostly middle-age folks. (And some really hot young chicks) Blacks made up about 5% of the crowd, but were by far the best dressed.

Keep in mind that Montgomery was the flashpoint of the civil rights movement in the early 60’s. The place was packed and the audience was intense in listening to him.

We did not believe that Barry would be elected, so we would not be good predictors of who will win in 2012. But, if it were Cain, we would be most pleased.



Thursday, October 27, 2011

It’s All Free Now



Atta Way, Barry. Our skinny narrcistic socialist.


Come here, illegally, and demand free stuff.


norman thomas

In 1966, he was chosen by conservative editor William F. Buckley, Jr to be the first guest on Buckley's new television interview show Firing Line.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Barry and His Father

I recently talked with someone that had read Barry's book. I asked them what he had to say about his Mother or Grandmother. They could not recall anything.

This landed in my hands yesterday.
The character of any man is defined by how he treats his mother as the years pass. I bought and read Audacity of Hope. It was difficult to read considering his attitude toward us and everything American. Let me add a phrase he uses to describe his attitude toward whites. He harbors a "COIL OF RAGE". His words not mine.

From Dreams From My Father :

"I ceased to advertise my mother's race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites."

"I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother's race."

"There was something about her that made me wary, a little too sure of herself, maybe and white."

"It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names."

"I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn't speak to my own. It was into my father's image, the black man, son of   Africa , that I'd packed all the attributes I sought in myself: the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela."


and this


The abandonment by his father when he was an infant and by his stepfather at age 10 has left President Obama with a "father hunger" that influences everything from why he distances himself from pushy supporters, to his strong desire to compromise and bring people together, to his aggressive campaign to kill Osama bin Laden, says a psychoanalytic book out next week. In Obama on the Couch, George Washington University professor Justin Frank also reveals that Obama has spent much of his life seeking out father figures, but most, like Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Vice President Biden, have disappointed him. "Obama searched for a father, for someone to relate to who could help him—a strong man who knew what to do,"

Thursday, October 13, 2011