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Listen To Jackson, Not SNL, On BHO

Posted on | February 21, 2012 | 1 Comment

by Smitty

This was the butt-end of SNL on 18 February, and what and obsequious act of drool-bucketry we have, as a talk show host pretends to reinforce with two guests that there is no act that #OccupyResoluteDesk could do which is so heinous that any of the three would fail to prostrate themselves before BHO in the voting booth.

The more subtly evil point of SNL’s propaganda is that absolutely none of the points brought up pertain to policy; they are all personal. Yeah, it’s comedy, you say. However, training voters not to think about policy when considering politicians is just false. If policy is so irrelevant, we should have elected Kim Kardashian. Notwithstanding the Armenian Genocide, we did.
One would be tempted toward despair if not for courageous Americans like Kevin Jackson’s reminder that not everyone in the country lives on an intellectual plantation:

Just a taste of Sexy Brilliance, introducing the ‘joy’ the Democrat Party has wrought, page 2:

I won’t belabor the point that slaver was the beginning of black victimization, because that’s obvious. For almost a century Democrats raped blacks literally and figuratively.
However, there was a time around the 1950’s when the Democrats were losing the battle to control black people. Black people were building and growing businesses. We had strong families, and education and character were stressed.
Democrats did all they could to demoralize blacks, with all sorts of onerous rules and laws, even corralling black people into certain urban areas. . .It didn’t work. Back then, black people were strong of body and mind, as fit as Navy SEALs. We relied on our belief in God, and that right would conquer might. We believed in excellence.
Democrats found out that the black “cities within cities: were thriving. Business was booming, as blacks had to be self-sufficient. Some people say this was an unexpected benefit of Jim Crow.
Black kids today might find it hard to believe that there was a time when blacks owned the businesses in the neighborhoosds where we lived, which at the time were called “the black side of town.” Today the black sides of towns are entire cities like Detroit, Compton, Philadelphia and Newark.

Jackson, like Alfonzo Rachel, is somebody who has realized there is dignity, an audience, and a chance to preserve the future to be found in telling the truth. God bless these men.


One Response to “Listen To Jackson, Not SNL, On BHO”

  1. Mike Rogers
    February 21st, 2012 @ 8:52 am

    And thank God for Star Parker and CURE