Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 10.38.25 AMBY DEAN JAMES

Democrats suck. Black Democrats REALLY suck. Remember when Democrats booed God and Israel at the DNC in 2012? That was a sickening display but what do you expect from a bunch of brain dead LIBERALS?

Now the Black Caucus Democrats are planning to disrupt Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to congress where he is trying to open the eyes of the world to the EXTREME threat that IRAN poses. Will they do the ‘HAND’S UP, DON’T SHOOT’ garbage or will they come stare and yell about slavery while he sits down to eat? God only knows…

After extensive communications with Obama the black’s plan on doing a protest during Mr. Netanyahu’s speech to the Senate by walking out while he speaks. You know what? Get the hell out then- we don’t need you Obama kissing a$$es there anyways! It’s not like you will back anything but ILLEGAL ALIENS and FOOD STAMPS for the poor blacks that are being discriminated against by our WHITE PRIVILEGED country! Oh you have it so bad! Let me break out the world’s smallest violin.

Take a hike- I’m sick of your whining.

But, there are tons of blacks that disagree with all the stupid crap that these agitators are doing including a group of Conservative black ministers that support M. Netanyahu.

Urban Cure reports:

Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu will address a joint session of congress on March 3rd, and in a political move, leaders of the Congressional Black Caucus are planning to skip the speech in protest of Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to Netanyahu to do so. While the Congressional Black Caucus claims it has “consistently been the voice for people of color,” it seems this brazenly political move couldn’t be further from the voice of black Christians in America.

The Center for Urban Renewal and Education and leaders of the black Christian community will come together to voice their support for Israel and welcome Prime Minister Netanyahu as he addresses Congress. A press conference will be held at the National Press Club on Thursday, February 26, 2015 to address these concerns.

WHO: Star Parker, Founder of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, Black Ministers from Across the Country
WHAT: Press Conference
WHERE: National Press Club, Zenger Room, 529 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20045
WHEN: Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 10:00 AM ET

“Israel has had to fight for survival in the Middle East every single day since its founding,” said Star Parker, Founder & President of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education. “The same forces that continue to threaten Israel today threaten America and the very Judeo-Christian values which link our nations. These biblical values defined the Civil Rights movement and Dr. King was an outspoken supporter of Israel. Jews were major supporters and partners in the Civil Rights movement since the founding of the NAACP. The Congressional Black Caucus undermines America, Israel, and our common Judeo-Christian heritage by turning their backs on the Israeli Prime Minister in a time of danger. We must hear the Prime Minister and show him black Christians, and all Americans, welcome him.”

‘WHERE IS THE FRAUD?’ Democratic Congressman: We Need Food Stamps Because So Many Fathers Are In Jail

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Political Reporter

Democratic Georgia Rep. David Scott said that food stamps are necessary because of America’s “policy” of imprisoning families.

“First of all, the situation regarding employment and jobs, poverty, all of that. All of that has been structured into our economic, social policy over the last quarter-century,” Scott said at Wednesday’s House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing to review the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), talking about the outsourcing of manufacturing jobs before turning to the incarceration issue.

“Our policy of sending so many of our young eligible fathers to prison. Millions,” Scott said. “Our prison population went from 300,000 in 1975 to over two million today. These are providers who are not there. This is why we have so many single female head of households. I mean, so when you look at everything we have done, we’ve got to correct some of these things first.”

“Sometimes, it’s not getting the right answer that matters if we don’t set up the right problem to get to that right answer. And I asked this question before. Where are examples of the fraud? Where are the examples of the abuse?…I can’t find any answers on that. I want somebody to tell me, where is the waste? Where is the abuse? And where is the fraud…”


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48 million Americans cannot provide for their most basic human needs

Clint Siegner:  Bureaucrats in the U.S.S.R. kept issuing glowing economic reports right up until the Soviet state collapsed.

Of course, many snickered at those reports for years. Widespread poverty and unemployment were obvious and no amount of government bluster obscured that reality. People generally understood that economic reports were little more than another propaganda tool.

Here in the U.S., official data is considered more reliable. Americans have been told the economy is getting better since bottoming in 2009. There is some evidence to support this. In particular, real estate prices have made a big recovery due to cheap credit, and the stock markets are back to making new highs. So when officials tell us things are getting better, we have reason to believe them.

But, investors should be careful before suspending all disbelief. The well-paid bureaucrats in Washington have the same powerful incentives to support their government’s narrative as their peers did in Moscow.


Today’s embarrassing bread lines are now hidden from public view, making the government propaganda easier to sell.

While we don’t have bread lines, we do have record numbers of people on food stamps. But these 48 million Americans who cannot provide for their most basic human needs are hidden from public view because they get debit cards and coupons to blend in at the grocery store.

Investors should be wondering if the official story isn’t just a little too good to be true. Gallup CEO Jim Clifton certainly is.

Ahead of Friday’s blockbuster jobs report, the extremely credible pollster went in front of CNBC cameras and told Americans they were being misled, going so far as to call Uncle Sam’s official unemployment rate “The Big Lie.”

Sure, the headlines may be trumpeting falling unemployment and lots of job creation. But officials and pundits aren’t discussing the far more sobering reality behind the headlines.

The number of Americans with full-time jobs as a percentage of the population is at the lowest level in 40 years.

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House Republicans Want Food Stamp Recipients To Show ID – And That’s Racist, Of Course

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By Robert Gehl, February 9, 2015.

Sometimes when you buy groceries with your debit or credit card, they ask for a photo ID.

It’s not a big deal. They’re not discriminating against you and it’s not a metaphysical attack on your physical well—being. It’s done to ensure you’re authorized to use the card. Get it?

So why do food stamp recipients get to use their electronic card without showing photo id? Because if you asked them to show ID, it’s a discriminatory – and probably racist – attack on poor people that will result in millions of children starving or something like that.

The Huffington Post is reporting that House Republicans are interested in requiring government assistance recipients show proof of identity before using their cards.

Liberals insist that many poor people (minorities too!) don’t have state-issued photo id and therefore, it’s discriminatory.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is total bullshit. When you apply for benefits and any local, state or federal agency, you need to prove your identity. You stand in line – usually many times and usually for hours – to receive the benefits.

The notion that these same people can’t go to their local DMV and wait in like for a identification card is moronic.

One of the red herrings that Democrats are throwing out is that multiple people in one family can use the same food stamp card.

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So then, my goodness. Why not issue a card for every member of the household? What do they cost – two cents each? Or print everybody’s name on the card?