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***SPRAYER
06-12-2009, 10:43 AM
The Black identity politics kooks are now mad at the Hispanic identity politics kooks:

Terry Anderson, known from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles for articulating the popular rage, sat down with Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) to discuss the impact illegal immigration has had on black Americans. He is the host of The Terry Anderson Show airing Sundays, 9pm PST.

WATCH VIDEO HERE

http://www.capsweb.org/content.php?id=668&menu_id=14

LMAO

Cannibal
06-12-2009, 10:45 AM
Is there Jets message board you could move to?

***SPRAYER
06-12-2009, 10:51 AM
This is fascinating...

A new dynamic has sprung up in American politics today: the contest between those who benefit from an ever-expanding public sector and those who pay for this bigger government—in other words, it’s the tax eaters vs. the taxpayers.

Steven Malanga shows how coalitions of public employee unions, workers at government-funded social service organizations, and recipients of government benefits have seized control of the politics of the big cities that make up the heart of Blue America. In New York City, this coalition has helped roll back some of the reforms of the Giuliani years. In California cities and towns, it is thwarting the expansion of private businesses. In nearly 100 municipalities, it has imposed higher costs on tens of thousands of firms by passing "living-wage" laws. Whereas the New Left of the 1960s believed—idealistically, if somewhat naively—that government could solve the biggest problems of our times, this New New Left is much more narrowly and cynically focused on expanding government programs to increase its own power, pay, and perks. And, as Malanga shows, the New New Left is emerging as the most powerful element of the national Democratic Party coalition.


Steve Malanga is a contributing editor of City Journal and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He writes about the intersection of urban economies, business communities, and public policy. Prior to joining City Journal, Malanga was executive editor of Crain’s New York Business for seven years, serving on the publication’s editorial board and writing a weekly column. He also supervised special projects, including investigative stories. Before that, Malanga served for seven years as managing editor of Crain’s.


Seems to be a black backlash against hispanics muscling in on all the victimization entitlement programs:

http://www.city-journal.org/2008/18_1_blacks_and_immigration.html

Things are starting to get real interesting in B.O.'s POST-RACIAL AMERICA


Ha ha you dopey moonbats!

Nightwish
06-12-2009, 01:09 PM
All is not well in Moonbatville
As its mayor, you would know.

patteeu
06-13-2009, 07:27 AM
This is fascinating...

A new dynamic has sprung up in American politics today: the contest between those who benefit from an ever-expanding public sector and those who pay for this bigger government—in other words, it’s the tax eaters vs. the taxpayers.

Steven Malanga shows how coalitions of public employee unions, workers at government-funded social service organizations, and recipients of government benefits have seized control of the politics of the big cities that make up the heart of Blue America. In New York City, this coalition has helped roll back some of the reforms of the Giuliani years. In California cities and towns, it is thwarting the expansion of private businesses. In nearly 100 municipalities, it has imposed higher costs on tens of thousands of firms by passing "living-wage" laws. Whereas the New Left of the 1960s believed—idealistically, if somewhat naively—that government could solve the biggest problems of our times, this New New Left is much more narrowly and cynically focused on expanding government programs to increase its own power, pay, and perks. And, as Malanga shows, the New New Left is emerging as the most powerful element of the national Democratic Party coalition.


Steve Malanga is a contributing editor of City Journal and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He writes about the intersection of urban economies, business communities, and public policy. Prior to joining City Journal, Malanga was executive editor of Crain’s New York Business for seven years, serving on the publication’s editorial board and writing a weekly column. He also supervised special projects, including investigative stories. Before that, Malanga served for seven years as managing editor of Crain’s.


Seems to be a black backlash against hispanics muscling in on all the victimization entitlement programs:

http://www.city-journal.org/2008/18_1_blacks_and_immigration.html

Things are starting to get real interesting in B.O.'s POST-RACIAL AMERICA


Ha ha you dopey moonbats!

Interesting. Who would have guessed that Obama would lead to increased tension between ethnic groups. Oh, that's right, just about everyone who wasn't under his spell because he was "articulate and bright and clean and ... nice-looking".

***SPRAYER
06-13-2009, 06:50 PM
Interesting. Who would have guessed that Obama would lead to increased tension between ethnic groups. Oh, that's right, just about everyone who wasn't under his spell because he was "articulate and bright and clean and ... nice-looking".

I thought Zeer-oh and Zeer-ah were going to be the post racial couple to lead America into a new era.:drool:

Direckshun
06-13-2009, 07:01 PM
Moonbatville feels pretty solid to me. It's a comfortable gig.

***SPRAYER
06-13-2009, 07:05 PM
Moonbatville feels pretty solid to me. It's a comfortable gig.

The KGB is always lurking, always listening, always stalking...hey - I guess we're like Letterman but without the goofy hat!

BucEyedPea
06-13-2009, 07:40 PM
Wastin' away again in Moonbatville
Searching for my lost...

***SPRAYER
06-13-2009, 07:56 PM
Wastin' away again in Moonbatville
Searching for my lost...


I blew out my flip flop
LMAO

BucEyedPea
06-13-2009, 08:03 PM
I blew out my flip flop
LMAO

Stepped on a pop-top

BucEyedPea
06-13-2009, 08:03 PM
But theres booze in the blender
And soon it will render
That frozen concoction that helps me hang on :thumb:LMAO