From my YouTube page: February 28, 2012 An "Ad Hoc Committee against the Suppression of the Occupy Movement" rally was held in Union Square Park in NYC. Actress Susan Sarandon says "Repression is not acceptable". She is followed by an African American reverend dressed in "holy uniform" who says (sounding like Star War's Jar Jar Binks) : "If you think that we pray we gonna fix this mess, you a dipsh_t. We not going anyplace".
Holy men are so overrated!
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Say, it's an honor to be a food stamp president. Food stamps feed the hungry. Food stamps save the children. Food stamps help the farmer. Food stamps help the truck driver. Food stamps help the warehouse. Food stamps help the store. Food stamps hire people and feed people. Food stamps save people from starvation and malnutrition. Whenever you attack feeding the hungry, you undermine the moral authority of our faith. Give President Barack Obama a big hand. Show your love. Show your appreciation.
Gee, one could almost conclude that actual jobs would accomplish the same results. Hmm, I wonder what will happen when our government runs out of money. Oh well, let's all just live for today, forget about tomorrow and see what happens.
A friend and advisor to Bill Clinton during his time as Governor of Arkansas, Morris became a political adviser to the White House after Clinton was elected president in 1992.
If you haven't seen this yet, it's pretty funny. During the pregame of the Xavier and Dayton game, announcer James Bates demonstrated that the unexpected can happen at any moment on live TV. As Bates was preparing to announce the game with Steve Wolf, the stool that Bates was sitting on broke and he promptly dropped to the floor. Bates jumped right back into the action as if nothing had happened. "We're ready to rock...you see how rough things are here!" said Bates.