From Hood To Hill – Congressional Black Caucus Wants Families of Mike Brown and Eric Garner To Represent At State of The Union… “Lex Est Quod Dico”

~ Black Lies Matter ~

Anyone else noticing how determined the black grievance industry is to manufacture some political benefit out of their own created crisis?   The professional BGI generally always push the divisive racial angle; however, even for them the sheer scope of the hate-filled antagonism is infinitely larger than all prior efforts? 

WASHINGTON DC – Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are talking about inviting the families of Eric Garner and Michael Brown to President Obama’s State of the Union address in Washington next month.

Louis head 2Congressional Black Caucus

The lawmakers, who have universally condemned the justice system’s response to the killings of the two black men at the hands of white police officers, say the presence of the two men’s relatives would send a strong signal that Washington policymakers are serious about tackling criminal justice reform head on.

“I think that would be appropriate and fitting,” Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), a civil rights icon, said Thursday. “It would help educate and sensitize other members and humanize some of the issues that we’re going to confront.”  (read more)

obama shadow

We’re not the type to hold Alex Jones level conspiracy theories, but there’s something about the scope, and more importantly ‘the context’ of the animus, framing the hate, that is more than convenient happenstance.

When you consider the Podesta, McDonough, Jarrett level forethought that’s gone into prior schemes around the IRS targeting, EPA mandates, healthcare deconstruction, and the absolute fraud that was the summer immigration crisis; and then you combine the politics of the people where this stuff is originating – it certainly lends to a trail of identifiable footprints.

Was the release of the Eric Garner decision ‘timed’?  Was Loretta Lynch assigned the federal investigation therein to cover that manufacture?  Is there actually a timeline of sequential, and methodical strategy?

If you follow this line of thought to it’s natural conclusion, where you end up is the careful creation of a shield to be used later. 

The current “crisis de jour” is the forging and hardening of the shield.  But to what end?

King Obama the law is what I say it is

Here’s my hypothesis – With a Republican Majority in both the House and Senate, and focusing specifically, very specifically, on spending (treasury) and budgetary issues, you can be absolutely guaranteed there are going to be volumes of congressional laws passed by the majority that run diametrically counter to the goals of the radical leftists’ in the executive branch.

Forget policy difference for a moment.  All that really matters, when you peel the skin of the onion, is money.   Without money – the ideological usurpations cannot support themselves.

That said, I honestly have come to believe for the next two years the bills, the passed laws, the spending bills, will end up on President Obama’s desk.   He will then just simply stack them in a corner and ignore them.  As if they never existed in the first place.

Think about it.  There’s no constitutional process to force the President to sign or veto a bill – any bill.  He can just ignore the delivery and carry on.  Who’s going force his hand.  And if such pressure ever took place, even slightly,…..

…. well now he’s got a pretty impenetrable shield forged doesn’t he?

Lincoln bad law

I’m not saying President Stompy Feet is smart enough to create this strategy or pull this off on his own.  Quite the opposite, he’s nowhere near smart enough to figure this out – he just reads the Frankfurt School typescript. 

But I am saying I can hear his 2015 and 2016 public scribes already.

You don’t have to deal with this:

2014 electorate map 2

When you can just ignore it.

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105 Responses to From Hood To Hill – Congressional Black Caucus Wants Families of Mike Brown and Eric Garner To Represent At State of The Union… “Lex Est Quod Dico”

  1. doodahdaze says:

    Sooner or later the dopes will figure out that…The Reefer,is Cheaper… when it is not taxed 2,000% by Obama.

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  2. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    We need to quit calling them the Black Congressional Caucus. Suggest – Racist Congo Crew.

    These are a whole bunch of evil Race Baiters who rejected a Congressman from joining them to better represent his districts constituents solely because he was White.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      You know I am still trying to figure out why calling them Black Congressional Caucus is not considered Racist….
      Yet on the other hand why is it there are so many Black Institutions, and Societies, yet whites don’t dare. We have MLK day and Black History Month, and for that matter we even have a National Hispanic Heritage Month. Just try and have a Miss Caucasian America Contest and see what happens, yet a Miss Black America is perfectly OK.
      What happened to the Irish, Germans, Italians, English, Norwegians and I could go on. Our country has so FLIPPED OUT!!!,

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      • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

        You’ll get no argument from me.

        We should start with White Heritage Month, create White Congressional Caucus, followed by National Association for Ascension of White People, and National White Patriot party – for sole purpose of driving home point of how Racist CBC, NAACP, NBP, and BHM really are.

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      • hoosiergranny says:

        Here in Indianapolis, we even have a yearly Black Expo. This is a convention of sorts that focuses on Black issues, interests, employment, etc. What it boils down to is that the majority race may not exclude anyone from their organizations, etc.and not have any exclusive celebrations. Everything must be inclusive for all.

        However, if you are a minority race, you may discriminate all you want. Blacks and Hispanics may do as they dam# well please. This is not a recent turn of events. Back in 1970 when I was a college freshman, we had dormitory councils. They determined which holidays to celebrate, how the dorm assessment monies were spent, etc.

        My Jewish roomie was on the council. The Blacks wanted to spend their “share” of the money to celebrate several Black Only events but they did not want to be excluded from any of the other activities. My roomie stood up to them and demanded the same thing for the Jewish students. After much infighting, the group decided that the Blacks could hold their own activities but that the Jewish population was too small (only 4 people) to warrant Jewish activities. And then they couldn’t figure out why we had riots on campus later in the year. Don’t ever let them tell you that all the campus riots in the late 60’s & early 70’s were were about fighting the war or social injustice. Many of them were race based because the students were already tired of the Progressive ways.

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      • my66 says:

        With apologies to fellow History buffs that might find this redundant…

        That pic of the Congressional Black Carcass sure seems to resemble what many of Colonial America’s original slaveholders looked like; it certainly smacks of this little, omitted &/or ignored [“dark”] piece of history about the Colonies’ first slave case:
        “…in 1655, the court reversed its ruling, finding that Anthony Johnson still ‘owned’ John Castor.”

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Johnson_(colonist)

        “Progressives” have effectively crafted a false American narrative where “Whitey” is blamed for passed ills to which they have NO relation. Hence, the CBC, NAACP & the lot of race-industrialists continue to accrue power as they cling to their sole reason to be. Leftist Whites like Bill dumb Blasio & Hemorrhoid Harry willingly throw others with similar pigmentation under to save their own thin skin & increase their wealth & power.

        It’s really quite sickening when these trivial, wannabe-manipulators are exposed as the pathetic excuses for civilized humans they are — rather than falling on swords they weasel away with lies.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Black Carcass.

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  3. kinthenorthwest says:

    Something So Very Very Wrong with this, especially with the Browns.
    Obama is throwing Law Enforcement under the bus, way way under the bus.
    Cannot help but feel that this is only part of some bigger more devious type plan from Obama and his people.

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  4. froggielegs says:

    According to Ferguson protester T-Dubb-O, when he went to the white house recently, Obama told the protesters he supported everything they were doing and that he was proud of them and wants them to keep fighting…

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    • Elspeth says:

      We need to face the fact that elements of the executive branch are running this protest romp. They are creating a media spectacle, which they don’t want hampered by real police/military action, such as arresting protestors. Hence the stand down orders. The spectacle is to create a meme, a mood for some kind of transformation they want to make–perhaps getting Homeland Security micromanaging all major PDs, so that policing becomes strictly political. Maybe that’s not the goal–but count on it, there IS a goal.

      Blacks are being used–their emotions, their historical fear of slavery and the KKK, their propensity to rachet up the emotional temperature. Academics have prepared the ground with not only Black studies, but with every other liberal arts and social science field racialized. Academic “theories” (mostly just jargon invention) are quoted by the media as if they are fact.

      Now we have a perfect storm, a DOJ/CRS that is creating a crisis which then can be used to create a synthesis, a new Hegelian reality. I don’t think an event this large is just about distraction or hiding inconvenient news. This protest was planned and planned well. You just don’t stop your car on a busy freeway during rush hour and hold up a sign–that has to be planned and practiced.

      So there is a long term goal, far removed from the news of the day, which is going to be achieved by this planned protest. It must be connected with policing, and I think it’s about controlling the police from DHS, under the guise of racial protection. Perhaps it’s about making sure that the States cannot rely on their own police, whose loyalty will be to Washington and not to their local or state government.

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    • firefly says:

      Don`t believe everything you hear, T sounds like he is full of it! “Ferguson is a good neighborhood and You leave your doors unlocked”? Boneheads.

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      Isn’t that supposed to read “went to the white house recently, B-Huss-O told the protesters to burn this mother down…”

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Coverup. Clearly the first two cops were told to wait for backup, and the Supervisor. The Supervisor is a Black Female. They are covering up the radio calls and the fact that a Black Female ran the show. She was on scene and directing the operation but never even examined for charges. I smell a coverup.

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  5. Madmax says:

    It’s unbelievable to comprehend the pure malice against the American people by this Scheister in Chief.
    How can the Republicans let two more years of absolutely nothing getting done go by and watch as he flushes the last shreds of the constitution down the toilet?
    I’m so fed up with the system and watching people demonstrate for garbage reasons following some bs narrative like blind sheep.
    It’s long overdue to get off our couches and show these ingrates who’s in charge.
    I’m so frustrated to watch this country going down in flames.

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  6. doodahdaze says:

    I still have not figgered out exactly what they are protesting. Does anyone know?

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      No being able to be criminals and break the laws willy nilly as they want, even when it physically hurts or causes the death of others.

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    • art tart says:

      doodahdaze ~ Well, maybe somebody told them it might make $ for them or they might make National News for imagined injustices, they don’t have jobs to go to, they don’t support their families/pay for illegitimate kids like Dorrian Johnson, they think that’s the job of the government/tax payers, & after all, they can sleep during the day until it’s time to raise hell the next night to burn/loot.

      Where’s Obama’s outrage? I was shocked to see some of the store owners of Ferguson being interviewed, especially the Black lady that owned one of Beauty stores which I assume sold weaves/wigs/etc., crying that although she had insurance on her business, it only covered 10% of her burned down business because she didn’t have insurance that covered “civil unrest.” She stated “she never imagined her community would burn the business that supported their community.” I know many here may have known that, but I didn’t. What a cluster these deviants have created for their own neighborhoods, it doesn’t look like many will be building due to poor credit before the burn downs which disqualifies them for the available loans/federal grants. The Govt. wants to make sure they get their money back.. A former white mayor spoke on camera that is heading “I Love Ferguson,” said they had raised $ 40,000.00 for businesses, the problem is imo, that’s a drop in the bucket, they wouldn’t even pay for those unemployed due to the burn outs.

      Will Obama announce when introducing Big Mike’s parents, he is going to give Ferguson Millions upon Millions of dollars to rebuild with no repayment? The former white mayor claimed it “was a Natural Disaster” comparing it to Hurricanes Katrina/Sandy, but it was a man made disaster created by criminals/grifters/looters. I understand the Mayor would like the nation to view this as a “Natural Disaster,” but sadly, I don’t think many do & that has perhaps stifled donations. We watched in horror as LE stood by & allowed looting that directly punished business owners. I truly feel sorry for the business owners, but I don’t know what the solution is.

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      • jello333 says:

        “I owned and operated one of the small businesses in Ferguson that was looted and burnt by protesters. My insurance won’t pay to rebuild, and even if it did, I no longer feel safe there anyway. So I’m leaving and moving to a town that respects hard-working people and won’t put up with what happened to me and others. I’d very much like to restart my business in my new town, but I don’t have the financial ability to do so. Any help would be appreciated.”

        I think THAT would get some donations coming in.

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  7. The perpetuation of this “all cops are racist” theme by this administration and its minions will allow Obama and Holder to “fix” the police departments through Consent Decrees and mandatory reeducation training. Much like education, Obama wants to Federalize the police departments.

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  8. kpm58 says:

    Do not worry about the loud banging noise coming from the Whitehouse. It is just the Secret Service agents banging their heads against the nearest hard object.

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  9. jello333 says:

    I HATE that the Garner case and the Brown case are becoming intertwined when there’s really NO comparison. Sure Garner was partly responsible for his own death through his own actions, but that’s about it. From everything we know, he wasn’t remotely like Mike Brown (or Trayvon Martin), and the cops weren’t remotely in any danger, compared to Darren Wilson or especially George Zimmerman. So the comparisons of the two (three) cases is just messed up to the extreme.

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    • myopiafree says:

      In a FAIR minded review, on TreeHouse, we know that Zimmerman was smashed in the face with Trayvon’s fist. The Trayvon was beating George’s head into the cement – when George shot him to save his life.
      But Police Officer, had an un-provoked attack, by the mentally disturbed Mike Brown. That was the first felony. Wilson had every reason to 1) fear for his life, 2) Had no idea whether Brown was armed or not. (He had to assume “armed”.) Brown’s charge was indeed was a threat to Wilson’s life.
      The Grand Jury – GOT IT RIGHT.

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      • jello333 says:

        Exactly. If there was ANY honesty at all in the debate about excessive force by cops, the Eric Garner case may be relevant …. but the Mike Brown case is NOT. Garner’s relatives should come out and say they don’t WANT the comparison, and they don’t WANT people like Sharpton involved. But of course it’s a little late for that. 😦

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  10. jello333 says:

    About any conspiracy that might be going on to bring about what we see happening now. I think rather than making things happen, it’s more they have pre-planned specific responses when certain things happen… things that WILL happen at some point, just through sheer odds of probability if nothing else. But what is crystal clear is they NEED certain things to happen…. they NEED certain people to DIE. And those certain people NEED to be black (and of course the killer be NOT black).

    So this leads to the undeniable conclusion: People like Obama, Holder, Sharpton, Wise, many of the idiots in the street… they NEED, and they WANT a certain number of blacks to DIE in a certain way. They NEED AND WANT that.

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  11. myopiafree says:

    More lies and voter fraud – by Obama lover, and Obama-care supporter.Claims her statements were, “a joke”.

    http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2014/12/05/video-landrieu-calls-supporters-voter-fraud-exhortation-a-joke-n1927504?utm_source=thdailypm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl_pm&newsletterad=thpm1

    The leader’s lie, “… if you like your Doctor … you can KEEP YOUR DOCTOR”. What a fraud.

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    • jello333 says:

      My advice: If you’re gonna tell such a joke and want people to laugh about it, you better have a decent sense of humor and be a likeable/funny person. I’m thinking of Mike Huckabee. I didn’t support hardly anything he ran on, but I still kinda liked the guy. I thought his “let the air out of their tires so they can’t get to the voting places” was funny.

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  12. katcreg says:

    I say let them. They’ll soon find out you can dress them up, but you can’t take them anywhere. Their true colors show every time they’re in the spotlight.

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  13. If Lesley McSpaden is invited to the state of the union address, I will lose my freakin mind.

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    • jesco11 says:

      Maybe wearing a chartreuse wig, and one of her classy MB airbrushed T-shirts…

      Better check the purse for lead pipes

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      Another reason why John “Spineless” Boehner needs to go.
      Boehner should have told Dictator Obama to go pound sand dunes in Kenya.

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    • Lottacats says:

      illtakeanything, me too! I want to scream over all this racism and politically correct crap. The organizer in chief will probably do it.
      He’s stuck his nose in the thug Martin, then thug Brown case and he isn’t stopping. DeBlasio makes his crazy remarks and Al friggin’ Sharptongue!
      We need the police. THEY need the police. Nothing will please them. They want more black cops, equal numbers. Don’t think many would really want to be a cop now.
      I’m right there with you on losing my freakin’ mind.

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  14. It’s hard enough to watch the State of the Union address with Obama in charge, but having to watch the camera closeups of the BGI darlings during it… Ugggh.

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  15. PatrickSMcNally says:

    It’s definitely way off base to invite the Brown family to anything other than a county jail. As for inviting the Garner family, I could understand some rationale for it. From the little time that I’ve spent looking at the Garner case it does seem that a number of things may have been done wrongly, but that there is no one person who can specifically be blamed.

    Whatever one’s opinion about the George Zimmerman & Darren Wilson cases, there is no question that these two specific individuals did kill Trayvon Martin & Michael Brown respectively. The latest Grand Jury investigation on the Eric Garner case seems to have picked out one single police officer who was involved and tried to make that person the scapegoat. I can see why the jury there would have felt obligated to dismiss the charges made against this one officer over Garner’s death. Maybe the medical orderlies should have been charged instead. At least there’s more blame to go around than is implied by the charges against one man that were presented to the Grand Jury. They probably smelled that he was partly being used as a scapegoat.

    But it is absolutely unpardonable for anyone to be advocating that the Brown family be invited as guests. They should be at the nexus right now of a major criminal investigation into Ferguson mafia cartels.

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      I am know MMA expert, but Cop sure appears to be using a Choke Hold in infamous picture. The Cop’s right hand appears to be holding onto back side of his left hand, with his left arm wrapped around Garner’s neck.

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      • PatrickSMcNally says:

        I’m no expert there either, but the choking pictures did look suspicious to my untrained eye. But as has been pointed out already, the death did not happen right there at the time of the apparent choking. It occurred later on when Garner was already under the attention of medical orderlies. So even taking the worst view of the choking scene, I still have to place some blame elsewhere on other people. The case as it was presented to the Grand Jury seems, from what little I can figure out, to have stepped around this and to have thrown the blame on one man as a convenient scapegoat. That probably accounts in part for the verdict.

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        • jello333 says:

          Yeah, looks like that single cop was made a bit of a scapegoat. A couple other cops, the EMTs who came later, and of course Garner himself all share in the blame, if you ask me.

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      • jello333 says:

        My opinion, and it’s still evolving: The choke hold (and whether or not that’s what helped kill the guy) was only one part of it. I’m still having trouble understanding why the take-down itself was necessary. Was there some party everyone was late to? Would it have been so terrible to spend a few more seconds trying other tactics first? (All this presumes it was a lawful arrest attempt in the first place. Is what Garner was doing arrestable, or just a ticket?)

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    • StormyeyesC says:

      The federal government has no business in any of these cases. For every Trayvon, Brown & Garner, there is a Lopez, Smith and Ying. None of these cases are anything that should ignite the Federal government. They are inept at running the federal government & foreign policy and they should stop looking for more places to screw up. They couldn’t run the YMCA.
      Cops are fed up. Citizens are fed up. This hard left turn that they are steering HAS to be corrected. I don’t think we can wait 2 more years, not even one more. Any suggestions? What can we do that would be effective? Fight fire with fire? Scream about our rights being trambled on? Who’s listening? Can we make them listening? Can we start an effective call/write/media campaign for our rights to be heard, and those of police and law abiding taxpayers?

      I’ll leave this here:
      http://www.aol.com/article/2014/12/05/police-chokehold-victim-complicit-in-own-death/21003625/?ncid=webmail1

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    • barbi says:

      Some would have us believe Mr. Garner played no part at all in his own death.

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  16. doodahdaze says:

    Arres the Black Female Cop in charge of this. A cover up of this is live on CNN.

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  17. jsjavascript says:

    The law is what I say it is
    ~SUNDANCE

    Ego vero, si quid me esse dicitis
    Si non, cur me esse dicitis?
    In charta, sulum nuntius sum
    Radio jam non etiam ludere meum
    Non tam ego, quicquid ego
    Si non, cur me esse dicitis?
    In charta, sulum nuntius sum
    Nempe nescio quo ego
    ~EMINEM

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  18. joanfoster says:

    Who will pay for the wardrobes to dress these clowns up? Will Leslie have pink hair or blue hair to coordinate with Moochelle’s dress at the speech. None of these cretins have ever been in the company of distinguished guests let alone have a clue how to conduct themselves. i am thinking Dr. Doolittle needs to be consulted to clean up this picture.

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  19. beaujest says:

    The parents of the dead Boston Marathon bomber should also be invited along with all relatives of Osama Bin Laden !

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  20. It will be interesting to see which bible he uses this time , I am betting on Nelson Mandela’s or Malcolm X’s, LOL.

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  21. Tempest says:

    Time to map the BGI?

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  22. barbi says:

    Darren Wilson should be invited. Hard to tell how many lives he’s saved.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      How about some of the people who’ve lost ;loved ones to black thugs over the last year? Oh, that’s right, limited seating in the hall and the Rose Bowl’s booked.

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  23. barbi says:

    I’d like Chief Justice Roberts not to show.

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  24. czarowniczy says:

    They gonna represent or ‘represent’? They be representin’ fo’ da hood, bruhs and sistuhs? Complete with graphic funerary T’s and throwin’ signs? What the hell, we’ve had worse there i guess; Reid, Pelosi and Teddy K immediately come to mind with more examples surfacing by the second. Let ’em come, the sides are already chosen and I don’t expect any more spontaneous conversions due to white guilt flaring in the face of righteous busts – do 25-inch high pressure rims with gold plated keyholes convince Prius drivers to switch to late 70s Buicks? First off you’d have to watch the State of the Union message and I understand that FXX is running more Simpsons episodes and Food Channels’ running a fermented foods and haggis marathon so Obama’s gonna have real competition.

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  25. moogey says:

    In deference to your hypothesis, Our Constitution states: “If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law, in like Manner as if he had signed it, unless the Congress by their Adjournment prevent its Return, in which Case it shall not be a Law.”

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    • 7delta says:

      I was thinking that, too, moogey, then veered into wondering how Congress could get around it. Sounds counter-intuitive, I know, but since the GOP’s resistance to da Won is often somewhat bizarre, IMO, I can’t help but wonder how serious they are about stopping him and abiding by the Constitution or if they’re wrapped up in deliberating how this, whatever it is at that moment, can benefit them when they’re king. Are they going to adjourn Congress after every bill?

      I also think sometimes that the founders wrote the Constitution with Barry in mind. The tools are there, just not the loyal defenders of the Constitution and their own liberty they gave them to…in either party.

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  26. myopiafree says:

    What the police say happened.

    http://start.toshiba.com/news/read/article/the_associated_press-police_cases_stir_national_protests_debate-ap

    If the G. J., were to indict — they would have to indict ALL take-downs, and all police involved with them.

    Tragically, this is a thug, a convicted FELON, who choose to resist.

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  27. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  28. BobNoxious says:

    ATF is offering a $10,000 Reward for info on the man in the camo jacket that tried to burn down the Ferguson Market. Hannity has a bunch of Ferguson business owners on tonight and it’s really good.

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/man-sought-for-setting-business-on-fire-in-ferguson-atf/article_2f1cc47d-af10-5af7-8ee5-65c682f4a04f.html

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  29. QuadGMoto says:

    Wow. Just wow.

    Lawmakers openly siding with lawbreakers against legitimate law enforcement.

    Geniuses, they are. </sarc>

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  30. 1hear2learn says:

    I think bringing those clowns to WH may actually be a step too far even for Obama. I think O’Reilly said it straight that they have set back race relations 40 years because although there were enough white votes to elect Obama twice, the folks are seeing this irrational, egregious, lunatic behavior unfolding and are just shaking their heads WTH is going on? So many bought into the hopes and dreams of peace and harmony they Obama was selling… we’re they blind, yes indeed. Are they still blind, I don’t think so. Even my 13 yr old is like “what? Why are they protesting when witnesses and evidence proves original claims were lies?” If he can figure it out, I believe they may be awaking a sleeping giant even in bigger numbers than 2010 tea party.

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    • 7delta says:

      I think O’Reilly said it straight that they have set back race relations 40 years

      I used to think that too, but I’ve reconsidered my timeline. Overall, the Civil Rights era was led by blacks with a clear understanding of right and wrong and were supported by people who understood the same. The radical crazies were understood to be radical crazies. Sadly, they’re running the show now. I’d say they’ve set race relations back to mankind’s relationship with a wily equal-opportunity snake that slithered through a garden.

      The idea of this bunch of racist crazies honoring lies at the State of Union as if it’s a grand and noble cause shouldn’t surprise me, but it’s so incredibly despicable, so utterly devoid of common sense, so wanton of a shred of integrity, that I admit, I was taken aback for a few moments. It’s hard for me to reconcile how anybody with the sense of a gnat could be so completely impoverished of character and estranged from the truth. With the exception of a few with an IQ below a gnat’s, I suspect they do know the truth, which leaves all the other character deficiencies intact.

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  31. Susan M. says:

    Duck Dynasty should run a marathon for the night of the Charade of the Union. That way the ratings could go through the roof, and Americans can really tick off the libtards.

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    • 1hear2learn says:

      Congressional members that have NOT completely sold out yet should boycott the sham event should they decide to host those clowns!? Or walk out when they are introduced. Something, anything to highlight how utterly ridiculous the notion that anyone from Brown’s family would be invited. With Warner I would not be as upset because while I don’t think that instance was racist either, I feel like at least his daughter agree and is framing that as more of police use of force isdue. Again, had he complied with officer he’d be here today, but I could see any family member being upset over his death after seeing the videos. That’s not to say I think officers actions were criminal, but can at least understand the other “side” with that incident.

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  32. TeddyOn20th says:

    Sundance, can I ask one question? I only had half a year of lingua latina so I’m not as up on things as I should be. Does “lex est quod dico” correspond, word for word, to “the law is what I say” or is it “what[ever] I say, is the law”? These are subtly different and I can’t tell from the Latin word order which is meant.

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  33. GoneWithTheWind says:

    Maybe some Republican will have enough balls to bring in those people knifed on the Amtrak or beaten in St Louis to sit beside them in the balcony.

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  34. Elspeth says:

    What’s Really Going on with Holder’s Civil-Rights Crusade against Police Departments
    Federal investigations of the Garner and Brown cases are just a pretext.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/394116/whats-really-going-holders-civil-rights-crusade-against-police-departments-andrew-c

    …Here is how the game works. Holder streams in behind a tragedy that Sharpton and Obama have demagogued. He announces a civil-rights investigation. Eventually, he backs down from the threat of an indictment in the individual case, never conceding that the supporting evidence was not there, usually citing some strawman injustice that has nothing to do with the matter at hand — in Florida, for example, it was “stand your ground” gun laws that purportedly needed reforming. But, the attorney general is pleased to add, the original civil-rights probe of the non-crime has metastasized into a thoroughgoing civil-rights probe of the state or local police department’s training, practices, and . . . drumroll . . . institutional racism.

    You never get to see what that investigation turns up. States and their subdivisions know they cannot afford to go toe-to-toe with the Beltway behemoth. Big cities, moreover, are governed by Democrats sympathetic to the Obama/Holder race obsessions — they’re happy to have the feds come in and hamstring police with “social justice” guidelines that would be a hard sell politically. So the Justice Department makes the locals an offer they can’t refuse: A consent decree that makes the Treaty of Versailles look like a slap on the wrist. This device is the license by which the Obama administration is remaking state law enforcement in its own image.

    How do they get away with this? Well, Obamacare may be the most notorious “reform” progressives have foisted on an unsuspecting nation in modern times, but it’s not the only one. In 1994 — the last time before 2009 that Democrats controlled the White House and both congressional chambers — they rammed through a monstrosity known as the “Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act.” A Clinton deputy attorney general named Eric Holder was among the first to exploit it.
    Consistent with the Left’s view of the states as cauldrons of racism, the statute criminalizes “any government authority” that “engage[s] in a pattern or practice of conduct by law enforcement officers . . . that deprives persons of [federal] rights, privileges, or immunities.” It is the civil-rights laws writ large — imposed on whole cities rather than threatened against individual police officers and citizens. And for good measure, the act encourages the attorney general to file civil lawsuits in federal court to “obtain appropriate equitable and declaratory relief to eliminate the [offensive] pattern or practice.”

    Under this scheme, there are now more than 20 major American cities and their police departments beholden to the Obama Justice Department. …

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  35. joshua says:

    Attention black democrats….Hands UP, Dont Vote.

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