Black History Month Fact
In 2012 Herman Cain was a Republican Presidential Candidate. He has recently joined Fox News as a contributor.
999. A pizza deal and tax plan simultaneously. Herman Cain also had of the greatest political parodies featuring Mike Tyson. The GIF of Cain going from a straight face to a nodding smile has been used as a sign of agreement as well as sexual thirst on popular blogging site Tumblr.
Cain dropped out of the presidential race after women continued to allege inappropriate sexual conduct.
There is no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons. Guns are a ridiculous way to solve problems that have to be solved among people of good will.
Kiss my ass. This is a holy site for the Polish people. Show some respect.
Mitt Romney’s traveling press secretary RICK GORKA, in not allowing reporters to ask his boss questions while at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw. Romney has only held one press availability during his gaffe-filled European trip. He would later tell another reporter to “shove it.”
Hey, great idea for a press secretary to do. In front of cameras and microphones. And journalists!
Also telling people to “kiss my ass” and “shove it” at ”holy site for Polish people” is way less disrespectful than… oh wait. It isn’t.
(via ABC News)
The Gaffes are becoming Legendary
This is the best photograph ever taken in the history of photography.
It needs to be on my blog again.
Responses to Romney’s NAACP speech, in which he announced, “If you want a president who will make things better in the African-American community, you are looking at him.”
Collective Black Responses Towards Mitt:
Seems about right.
They call themselves fiscally responsible. They’re assholes.
These people are not conservatives. They’re not Republicans. They’re radical libertarians and I’m doggone offended by it. I despise these people, and I’m not the guy you come in and dump on without getting punched in the mouth.
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch • Criticizing the right-leaning figures in his own party (the Tea Party, perhaps?) who are giving the six-term senator trouble. Hatch, who is facing challenges from Utah state Sen. Dan Liljenquist and Utah state Rep. Chris Herrod, is confident that he’ll be able to squeeze out a seventh term. But the criticism Hatch is getting from those to the right of him seems to be rubbing him the wrong way. (By the way, the “getting punched in the mouth” bit is of note because Hatch was once a boxer.)
Why I’m voting for Obama in the 2012 election.
Rosesoeur asked me this:
“Hello. I was wondering who you’re leaning toward in the upcoming election? Why? Pros & Cons please (:”
My answer is this:
Long answer. But I’m not leaning at all in this election. I’m very much for Obama. 100%. Now sure, there have been unpopular decisions. I’m particularly disappointed about the war on drugs because it’s clearly failed for decades and leads to high prison populations. US=5% of world population. 25% jailed population. :/ But politics is the game. Prisons are big business. 1st term he has to be a little cautious. I’d imagine legalization weed would be another healthcare type battle. So when he gets reelected, I think he won’t have to worry about consequences. He can really do what he wants then. Lobbyists and $$ are too powerful but I hope he fight that. There’s no one I’d even consider besides Obama. Libertarians are not ideal to me. So I hope the extreme fringe in the GOP congress is voted out and a more moderate House is able to pass strong [progressive] legislation. Education, energy, police brutality laws, etc need attention. So it’s about looking at things to be contended with in a realistically way and a candidate I believe and that’s Obama. Also, it’s a matter of understanding basic economics as well. Like not reforming healthcare would cost the US more than reforming healthcare because the system is so shitty and bankrupting people. Gas prices will come up but growth of China/India, Iran uncertainty, and Spectators are main of rise in gas prices. Aside from policy adoptions to reduce consumption we can do little to nothing to impact gas. See the late 1970s to early 1980s. Jimmy Carter adopted strong polices to reduce consumption during energy crisis then. Not drilling more. The oil the US produces is marginal at the least compared to global market. This was undone by Reagan. :/ Yea. Also seeing women’s health and shit, I can’t anyone aside from Obama. The Supreme Court needs more liberal justices. I just don’t see anyone else being ideal. More work to be done. Obama 2012 all the fucking way. Especially being a student. Ron Paul or the other GOP would cut the shit out of education. Just the opposite of what the US needs.
This sums up how I feel about the GOP.
“Don’t Let An Ape Do A Man’s Job”
Voting Obama 2012.
Dear 420 Brothers and Sisters:
Yes, I usually don’t get too preachy about politics on this blog because I already have a blog for that. However, I am calling upon all of you to do the right thing this election year.
All around the country, legal and legitimate medicinal marijuana dispensaries are being raided and shut down by an overbearing federal government that is blatantly ignoring and disregarding your state’s tenth amendment rights. In addition to the issue of constitutional legality, patients that depend on medicinal marijuana who are either sick or dying are being stripped of a non addictive and incredibly effective treatment in favor of bull shit, addictive, and frankly dangerous pharmaceuticals.
There is only one candidate running for president that recognizes the wastefulness and immorality of the drug war, and his name is Republican Congressman Doctor Ron Paul.
How can you help? Simple: Donate to his campaign, volunteer, and most importantly (and above all else) register as a Republican before your state’s primary.
Reality has been our witness, Barack Obama is a liar, a fraud, and an enemy of anyone who either recreationally uses or depends on Cannabis. He is not your friend. He is a bastard.
So once again, I ask you to support Ron Paul during the Republican primary. If you don’t, you could soon be considered a criminal.
i am already considered a criminal and will continue to treated as such regardless of whether or not ron paul gets elected, so no.
If Obama can’t get a nomination for judges or the head of consumer protection agency, what are the chances of passing any kind pro marijuana language in any legislation? Perhaps organizing some kind political organization would be more ideal than a blanket approach to voting for Ron Paul. For any legislation, Ron Paul would still need Congressional support unless you like vetoes and gridlock. An executive order might be ideal, but it would probably be overturned. Play the game different and you get different results. I recognize drug crimes affect Blacks worse than any other group, but I’m still voting for Obama. I agree legalization and decriminalization needs to happen. It just takes time.