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Friday, September 18, 2009

Carter Speaks for Black President


In case you are wondering why I wrote The BIG Black Lie, a book about how Democrats stole the distinction of being the party of Civil Rights, all you have to do is turn on the TV. We now have white Democrats pimping racism.

All it took for a few of white folks to step in to speak for all us “po black folks” is for a white Republican Senator Joe Wilson—let’s call him “The Boogeyman”—to call Obama what he is…a liar. Now, should Wilson have done so at the selected venue, perhaps not? But the message was spot on.

Who are these white folks so eager to represent the downtrodden and most ignorant amongst us, us silly Negros? Well one is a washed up old white guy, the 2nd worst president in history (to date): Jimmy “Crack Corn” Carter. I guess the world doesn’t need any more habitats for humanity?

The so-called monumental event of electing a black man to the presidency apparently has not dispelled the notion that America is a country full of racists. Blacks are only about 12% of the population, which means about 40% of non-blacks voted for Obama, in order for him to get elected. But that is not enough evidence for the Left. Perhaps Carter believes that the 40% voted for the “white” part of Obama—after all Obama is more white-American, than he is African-American. Read more here...
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19 comments:

jj solari said...

I know white people. And Black people. I gut everyones' number. And this bastard endentulate creep who wouldn't get near a negro out-cold on the sidewalk to pull him away from a lost, starved, and approaching crocodile without putting on ten pairs of rubber gloves first, really demonstrates his idiot nerve saying Americans fear a black President when the dumbasses actually elected one. Carter needs to be wheeled back into the oily-walled dungeon of hissing steam that he lives in and the iron door has to be closed and he needs to be left quietly there forever, to nibble on rats and pretend
he's not as vile if not more so than Yassir Arafat, his wet-lipped brother in spirit. If there is anything eerier and more evil than this sinister eel, it ain't in this dimension.

Maggie said...

Have you seen the video where Carter refers to the L-I-C (liar in chief) as "boy"? It is classic... it really did show Carter's racism....

Amazing Gracie said...

We were thrilled to see you on FOX news and hope it won't be the last time!
I'm afraid that, when Carter passes he'll be getting the same send-up Sen. Kennedy did. As a self-proclaimed Southern Baptist, I don't get his distancing himself from Israel. Could it be "white guilt?" Makes me wonder...
I have plans on getting your book as soon as I can - hubman was laid off and we're struggling right now, but you can bet I'm passing the word around!!!
Thanks for all that you do...
~~~Blessings~~~

Anonymous said...

With all due respect to Amazing Gracie, I disagree with her prediction of the "sending up" Carter will receive upon his death. (I pray it is a long time in coming. His ignorance is much appreciated by conservatives.) History has long painted Carter as "the worst president ever" and while I feel he will receive a respectable funeral, he will not receive anything the likes of Reagan, which was broadcast throughout the nation. When Johnson died, when Nixon died, and then Ford, they did not get the respect that was bestowed upon President Reagan. There was a reason for that.

Carter needs to be examined by his physicians before he decides to be on television again. Rosalyn should see to that. Sometimes when they are interviewed together, I think she has this look on her face like, "what the f...?"

The Black Sphere said...

@Maggie - I haven't seen that video, but will look for it. My friend uncovered Carter's record on racism on NRO, and he is the typical Dem racist trying to distance himself from his racist past!

MARC CHAMOT said...

Hi Kevin: I happened to come across your blog by chance. I was reading Fox News under comments someone mentioned about you.

I linked your blog to my other blog "What I think" I'm sure you'll get some traffic.

If you haven't thought about it, please join the Entrecard.com community, there a thousands of bloggers there that have common ideals.

Best wishes, Marc Chamot

Anonymous said...

Kevin:

I happen to catch you on Fox and was amazed!! Hey, he is saying everything I wanted to say but didn't have a public forum. I taught inner city high school for 30 years and grew up in one of the toughest sections of boston. I have always said to my students (all black) that even though I am white, I know where you are coming from and how hard it is sometimes to see the purpose of all of this, when life is a struggle, but you must work hard and learn, as I did to climb out of the hole of poverty. I want you to take a leading role and help other young black men to see that it is not because of the color, but their socio-economic situation that doesn't give them the best push towards feeling like they can succeed.
I intend to get your book---you inspire me!! Keep up the good work and I am SO proud of you!!!

@tonyknuckles said...

Glad I stumbled across the content of a black person that is definitely not drinking the koolaid and towing the line for this crazy mofo.

jim said...

Maybe I am a little late to the party, but here goes: I would have a lot more confidence in your point of view if you didn't start off referring to Joe Wilson as "white Republican Senator...". He is, of course, a congressman. So, now I'm thinking, This guy doesn't know what the hell he is talking about so why should I listen to him or any of the other idiots who are posting here?
Have a good day.

The Black Sphere said...

@Jim - Seriously, that's the thing you want to point out about this blog? Look, I have 4 kids, two in college, a 3 year old, three businesses, and a host of things associated with this blog. I have to do 80% oversight in all areas. Guess what, there is a mistake or two in EVERY blog! Send me a note about my mistake (like my good blog followers do) and I will make the change.

Feel free not to read my blog as well, since that is your choice. But if you think I'm an idiot because I make a few mistakes, then I am happy to meet America's PERFECT man! Have a nice day!

jj solari said...

Senator, Congressman, same shit, different spelling. You won't be missed, Jim. Whatever your last name is. What, are you afraid to give your opinion an identity? Do you have an identity? I see you're blogging. I bet that's a mind-expanding site. "Have you been to 'Jim's' blog, Sally?" "Oh, yes, Brenda. 'Jim's' blog is really swell. His daquiri recipe was the hit of my last party!"

jj solari said...

I see the Kenyan-in-Chief was on Letterman. I guess it's a "guys-with-ugly-wives" bonding thing. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Anonymous said...

"the 2nd worst president in history"...

Who do you reckon was worse than Carter?

I can't think of any off hand; except maybe FDR...

jj solari said...

If you're gonna devote your life to living off taxpayers and ordering people around you're probably not gonna be constructed of very virtuous material. So they're all kinda worthless.

iamfree said...

I think "Jim" missed the point. Had a black congresscritter called out the Liar-in-Chief, little would have been said. A little "tut-tutting" perhaps, but not the now non-stop cries of "racism" directed at anyone with the temerity to oppose the President.

I just ordered your book, Mr. Jackson. Can't wait to read it. Have you read "Black Rednecks and White Liberals" by Dr. Thomas Sowell? He is a national treasure.

Thanks for speaking up, and keep up the good work.

shoprat said...

Unfortunately there are those who consider capitalism a racist philosophy which makes all capitalists racist.

jj solari said...

racism doesnt even have a definition, does it? i've never heard one that everyone agrees on. i think it's just a meaningless epithet. Like "Spaz!!" Or "Doofus!!"
I have noticed that people freak when you call them that though. even though it has no apparent meaning.

commoncents said...

Great post as always! Keep up the superlative work!!
COMMON CENTS
http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com

ps. Link Exchange??

Janet G said...

Kevin, just caught up with your Carter rant and decided I really MUST get your book (which I did, by the way). The word "racist" is thrown around so much these days in order to incite more anger, it seems to me that it should begin to have negative connotations in regard to the accuser, not the accused, kind of like the "N" word has for people who use it. It's hateful. And it's getting very old and tired (kind of like Carter) seeing that word thrown around at the least provocation. That's my rant. God bless you, keep up your courageous defense of the truth!