Twisted Logic Celebration

Dedicated to Gerri, Hillary and Sarah

Tears were shed in the streets, throngs celebrating in Times Square could be heard from 1st. Ave., the media was in a frenzy, Obots were in heaven, black leaders were lined up to tell us how proud they finally were of America (Michelle was thinking it to herself no doubt) and headlines read “History” was made on Nov. 4th 2008 in America because a black was elected to the White House. I was in tears too but I scratched my head and asked what the hell is so historic about placing yet another man in office?

 

Hold your celebrations folks. We are not there yet- history was not made – we did not overcome- and Martin Luther King’s dream was not realized. Wasn’t it King who said “I have a dream that my four little children will one day be judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character”? Weren’t some of those little children daughters?  

 

So now all of a sudden skin color became the factor that everyone is judging how we make history? Was it because his face was black and for a short blip in our history blacks were kept as slaves? Or maybe some would say we are celebrating a black man reminds us of slavery and somehow this partially black man with no slavery background transcends that dark part of our history? Well that may be quite a stretch but we are still not there yet!   

 

Women’s slavery has yet to be resolved – it is not a blip in history — it is a fact of a life for woman, and it’s been going on since the beginning of time. Women have been ignored, blamed, talked down to,  laughed at, held  back, paid less, worked harder, kept down, smacked around, humiliated, degraded , victimized, beaten, raped and are  murdered at the hands of men — their own husbands and fathers and are still daily victims right now.

 

This so-called historic Black candidate was not a product of the civil rights abuses of this country; he did not suffer mistreatment by during his candidacy as did both the female candidates. So I ask again what was so euphoric that millions were crying – some for joy and some from the release resulting of shedding their white guilt. Guilt they willingly accepted as their responsibility and obligated the rest of us to carry with along with them while they turned a blind eye to those of us who have been enslaved since the beginning of time and who were left behind yet again.

 

No- I maintain as do up to one half on this nations citizenry who is taxed yet not fully represented, history will not be made until every enslaved, mistreated or otherwise unrepresented citizen is equally represented, until Jeremiah Wright does not call anyone a nigger, until no women is ever again called a cunt, until women support other women whether they fully agree on every issue or not and until a woman is elected as president of the United States of America.

 

Then let there be dancing in the streets and celebrations in every home and tears of joy to celebrate a truly historic accomplishment to be proud of. In stead you stand there with tears in your eyes as if you accomplished some great feat you damned so-called civil rights leader hypocrites! Civil rights include human rights!

32 Responses

  1. “Ok” I have a problem with Ms. Brazile. Liar cheat she is, she is at best a racist zealot of a screaming brooding harpies. I wish her nothing but ill, when will she go away and have a love child with Carl Rove. Opp’s I think she is on the down low so to speak. What I really hope is she as the Grinch gets the heart that grows from a Cindy Lou Who and has to repent for her evil do. As for Barack Hussein Obama or O blah blah, I hope his lying cheating low life Chi town self joins Rezco and his wife Stinky too. Now I am just glad to know the list of lawsuit are growing…
    Now for women, once again we got the shaft, and only time will tell of the damage or fall out of all the rampant misogyny. I hope women will learn to put their differences aside and join together to take this country back, join with our brothers and lead the charge…
    http://democracyinsuffrage.blogspot.com

  2. A Spanking for the Twisted Logic Celebration
    Dedicated to: Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Susan B Anthony, Winnie Mandela, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama

    I find this article to be a bit disturbing. When do we celebrate the progress and accomplishments that we have made? Without a doubt, women have suffered and suffering. But let’s talk about slavery a bit. It is an important event in this country and something we should not forget. For years, Europeans plotted and over powered Africans. For years Africans were tormented and killed in their own country. For years, Europeans seized African women and men loaded them on boats as cargo. They were stacked on top of one another. (You’ve seen a can of sardines). Most of them died on the boat as a result, some were thrown in the sea to feed the trail of sharks that followed the ships and some were raped and passed around as bed warmers or play things to endure the long journey. Thousands of these African cattle drives were made. Africans became property and no longer humans. They were bought and traded like cattle. For years Africans were broken and stripped of anything they knew. African women were raped and broken, made to breed like animals, used for experiments. (Thanks to African slave women who were tortured by Doctor J. Marion Sims, women have now have anesthesia.) If Africans rebelled they were tortured and killed. They were taught to fear their Masters and African women had to teach their boys to be obedient and not to possess any aggression and teach their girls to be like them, ready to breed, ready to be used and obedient. What happened in our country to blacks was reflected everywhere in other countries. This is why you see oppressed Africans still today in their own countries, oppressed Kenyans; oppressed people of the same culture but the lighter skinned are royalty.

    After all that has happened to blacks, this is why we cry. The history of torture and not being anything of value is a cross that African Americans bear. Our ancestors and grand parents carried this cross. And over the years the burden got lighter thanks to the Women’s Suffrage Movement and Civil Rights Movements.

    I don’t ignore that as women we have our issues but when have we become so beyond being a feminist we say “the hell” with other problems, I find that to be another problem. Feminist means men and women are different but have equal value.

    Julene Allen
    http://womenforaction.ning.com/

  3. I agree.

    A Presidential candidate should have more than a lack of ethics, black skin and a glib tongue to becomeour President.

    Best,

    Jack

  4. Julene Allen,

    I don’t ignore that blacks have their issues but when they have become so enmeshed in being black that they say “the hell” with other problems, I find THAT to be an even bigger problem. We have solved the black slavery problem in this country but not the sexism problem. I find it disappointing that my piece so disturbs you. Your comment clearly shows you have no qualms being enslaved as a women just not as a black one!

    Get that chip off of your shoulder girl that struggle is over – move on with us to the next great effort for ALL women or our racial divides will perpetuate keeping our daughters enslaved forevermore.

    Bettyjean Kling M.S, M.Ed

    Founder: Free Us Now -www.Free-Us-Now.com
    Blogging: Free Me Now -FreeMeNow.wordpress.com
    RadioHost: FreeUsNow Mavericks -http://www.blogtalkradio.com/FreeMeNow

  5. Request Biden’s and Obama’s senate seats be filled by women

    “Please email or call the governors of Delaware and Illinois and request Biden’s and Obama’s senate seats be filled by women. Only by reaching a 30% representation will women have a voice in our government.

    governor.minner@state.de.us

    Dover at 744-4101 or Wilmington at 577-3210.

    http://www.illinois.gov/gov/contactthegovernor.cfm

    207 State House

    Springfield, IL 62706

    Phone: 217-782-0244 or 312-814-2121

    TTY: 888-261-3336

    You may also contact Biden and Obama and request they recommend the appointment of a women for their seats.

    http://biden.senate.gov/services/contact/

    (302) 573-6345 DE office

    (202) 224-5042 DC office

    http://obama.senate.gov/contact/

    (312) 886-3506 Chicago

    (202) 224-2854 DC

  6. I very much agree. That email itself was reprehinsable. Great article!!! Goddess help our country.

  7. I think you did a wonderful response. ““I have a dream that my four little children will one day be judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character”? Weren’t some of those little children daughters?” I agree that has not been met. 95%of the AA’s voted for someone because of his skin color and very few knew anything about the issues and how he would proceed, if President. This was proven on many interviews per Howard Stern, Hannity, and others who encouraged Obama supporters to give them reasons or show them that they knew something about for what this man stands. They did not care that he was only 6% AA and mostly Arab as his father, they only saw the color and heard the change and hope. I think now that he is taking action, that is even in question.

    I do not know how many people I spoke to that were life-long democrats that “had to vote for him as they could not vote for a republican.” This is not a celebration for him. It is a failure of people to vote for the good of the country regardless of the party candidate.

    How many republicans did I hear that would not vote for McCain because he had a woman as avice president that had no experience? However, how many questioned and received no answers of the experience that Obama lacks? Then there is of course, all the lack of answers to the people Obama seems to attrack constantly that he blows off later as, “not the person I knew,” which gradually these people are now coming out for him since the election. Or the lack of records he has to support anything, especially his birth, which would be so simple for him to end the speculation.

    The media is quick to jump on comments about Hillary, then Sarah, which also would have been a historical event, yet nothing on a man that few know about. How is this fair? How can one be celebrated without the other being celebrated? As we sit and listen to women complain about not making as much money as the men or how sexist remarks continue, I find it hard to have empathy for those that in the next breath say they voted for Obama so things will change.

    Did they not see how the women during this election were treated yet Obama did not once defend them and say stop the talk? Did they not research and find that Obama’s staff who were women got paid less than the men, yet Senator McCain’s got paid more? Who was really going to make the change that women need?

    Women have to start defenind themselves, educating themself on issues and holding the ones accountable to their actions. Otherwise the slavery of women will continue with lower wages, sexism remarks, some thinking that the women should be home with the kids and have no role in the family.

    Women have to step forward. Civil rights have to be for all and when that is accomplished, then we can celebrate.

  8. Hi BettyJean,

    I could not have put it better myself! Men of all colors bond of their pleasures, be it golf, or “women for exploitation” at SCORES, HOOTERS, and “ESCORT” Services.

    Corporations provide expenses in order to “close a deal.”

    Women generally bond over work!!!!

    Mediocre AAs, male and female, go through college on lavish handouts.
    Superbright White women work their way through college on “Pageant” scholarships, earned by exposing their bodies to salacious judges, or as waitresses, pole dancers, etc

    In re African slavery – Europeans provided the transporation. The plundering and capture of slaves started in North Africa, and effected by inter tribal rivalry, such as that between the LUO and Kikuyu tribes of Kenya.

    The Luo tribe, to which Obama’s father belonged, was well known for its savagery and rapacity in the capture of “brother African” slaves. Obama campaigned for LUO cousin, Raila Odinga, on the platform of ‘CHANGE.” “CHANGE” if anyone asked, was the conversion of Kenya to Islam and Sharia law.
    Despite the presence of his slick “Harvard” American (?) cousin, Odinga lost, and guess what, burned alive 150 WOMEN AND CHILDREN. He also plundered, looted, threatened and burned homes.

    So, Julene Allen, I’d do some homework before I start on the disenfranchisement of the Irish community and political precincts in the USA by our “beloved” Kennedys, Eleanor Roosevelt and Lou Lehrman.
    Or the harassment and displacement of Irish WOMEN workers to accommodate African Americans.
    Or the fact that they came over on slave ships. We came on COFFIN ships.
    Or the rape and pillaging of white women and homes when the English failed to compensate plantation owners for losses pursuant to emancipation. (Jean Rhys, “The Wide Saragasso Sea.”)
    African slavery by Europeans was a blip in history.
    Perhaps a bleeding heart liberal college will establish a chair in “Comparative Misery.”
    Has anyone read Jane Eyre and Villette with an eye to the treatment of women of intellect?

    Now, thanks to misplaced, manufactured guilt about a situation that we changed, and compensated for, again and again, at great cost to ourselves, Raila Odinga has a powerful ally in his Mombasa born cousin, and we are facing government a man with no ethics, morals, education, qualifications, experience, an unAmerican ethos, questionable associates, but a massive ego, and an eagerness to use “executive privilege” to “change” America.

    Burqa’s anyone – cloth, environmental, communication, educational, professional?

  9. Erratum
    …government by a man…
    The Send button, aka, “HAL, thinks it’s an editor!

    BTW. Conditions on the boats were appalling, no argument there. I do not believe the conditions were quite as Julene suggests: after all there is no profit in dead slaves.
    There is no profit in unfit, ill slaves.

    While on the subject of historical distortion and revisionism; if smallpox came to the US on European ships, it was accidental. No captain would allow a diseased element on board. Truthfully, many Irish, discovered to have cholera, were thrown overboard – murdered – on approach to US harbors, as captains feared quarantine and delays.

    Follow the money.

  10. Always a pleasure to read your post BJ: No celebrating in my house as far as this election.

    I wish Mr. Obama Well, no hatred, just outrage at the shenanigans of the DNC and the entitlement of Mr. Obama and Michelle, who have not shown or proven their worthiness of running this great country as our real fearless leaders have: Senator Clinton and/or John McCain.

    God help this LAND: (as the song goes, I believe)

  11. oops: And BLESS THE USA—————we’re going to need it.

  12. I so agree- everyone has their history to cry about – but everyone else’s horrors as human beings, in this country at least, has been solved legally. Only women’s rights are still unresolved. We are still unable to get the ERA passed. Think it is not on the table? Think again – it is – it has been and it keeps being struck down – Phyllis Stewart Schlafly is still at it.

    http://www.4era.org/

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/03/27/AR2007032702357.html

  13. Yes, Billie Jean, I feel cheated, too. I wish I could feel the joy of having a Democratic president, not to mention one who is at least not all Caucasion. But the process was despicably dirty and demeaning to women. And the most experienced and knowledgeable candidate was a woman. And the country that sorely needed the best now must do without. It was like watching a battering that went on for 2 years. It is frankly surreal and very sad. I don’t think feminists or the Clinton campaign could have imagined the tactics. The BO ground troops were well trained in getting in your face maneuvers. I think it was win at any cost. Many were also very tech savy. I suppose one could call that brilliant, but I don’t. The DNC looked the other way. And the media’s treatment of both woman candidate, and their failure to really critique their anointed candidate, sealed the deal for BO. I call that sacrificing ones ethical grounding for power. And now BO and “my party” have the power. It’s past time for women to start building our own coalitions. And if we can do it with grace and dignity and righteousness and without the mean-spirited and underhanded and fraudulent processes, we can really show the world a better way. Too optimistic? Perhaps…but I’m ready and willing to give it a try. And finally passing the ERA is a terrific idea!

  14. I suspect MLK is rolling in his grave at this hollow victory for a man who cheated his way to the nomination over the woman who rightfully won (when you’ve been spat on by ACORN thugs working your caucus and “losing” boxes of Hillary votes, like I have, then you know the stories are NOT myth); for a man who was judged by the color of his skin rather than the content of his character; for a man whose father hailed from a family of slaveholders that might well have sold your family into slavery; for a man who knows nothing of the African AMERICAN experience, who attended private schools, and who learned his anti-American sentiment from his uber-radical white mother.

    All men of color–except Native Americans–have parity with white men. All women are still, unfortunately, the N-words of the world. There is nothing to celebrate about a cheater who played the race card and was propelled to power because of it. The worthiest candidate, who happened to be a female, was cheated out of that which she rightfully won (it bears repeating until it sinks in and everyone examines the copious evidence documented at http://www.caucusanalysis.org and http://www.wewillnotbesilenced2008.com). Thus we were all cheated, but some of us don’t know it yet.

    What goes around, comes around. Let’s just hope karma will be instant this time.

    Donna Brazile, she of the “We don’t need Hispanics and white blue-collar voters to win” and “I’ll quit if the superdelegates decide this election [for Hillary]” and “We can give the numbers to Barack” and “Message to base: stay home” deserves everything you’ve said to her (and more), BJ. I hope she’s the first to reap what she’s sown!

  15. Susanclare- Bravo- Let’s roll!

    Julinne – You are so right!

  16. I agree 100%! Thanks for putting in words what I feel.

  17. I agree BJ. The truly historic vote would have been for a woman! I too cannot rejoice that we have just elected another man to the Whitehouse who just happens to have a different skin color. The democratic ticket was just the same ‘ol, same ‘ol…..2 guys. How depressing! Now the bait and switch begins. The country has been bamboozled and hoodwinked – how long will it take until they all wake up and hold his feet to the fire? Bush was never my president and now Obama will never be my president. I wish our country well, but I hope he goes down in disgrace into obscurity.

  18. Please send this to Ms. Brazile(nut):

    If African-Americans knew the real story of their history, I wonder how many of them would be jumping up and down as if Obama was the second coming. He’s not even the third coming, or the fourth. In fact, if he kicks John McCain into touch come November, Barack will be the SEVENTH black president of the United. Yes, seventh.

    Remember, it’s racist America we’re talking about, where the one drop rule applies (one drop of African blood). In which case Dwight D. Eisenhower, the wartime general who became president in the fifties, is a bruvva. As one historian has recently pointed out, Eisenhower’s mum, Ida Elizabeth Stover Eisenhower, was black.

    Black historians have written extensively that Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge and Dwight Eisenhower had black ancestors. These historians include Joel A. Rodgers, Dr. Leroy Vaughn, and Dr. Auset Bakhufu.

    Black historians, however, were not the first to write about the five presidents’ racially mixed families. White historians and political opponents also wrote about their black ancestors, but the books were either destroyed, went out of print or are hard to find.

    The difference between Obama and these presidents is that they all passed for white (which he obviously can’t do) and shunned their dark-skinned relatives to hide their racial backgrounds.
    _______________________________________________________________________
    I received that message from a blog poster…I’m still trying to figure it all out.

  19. BILLI JEAN:

    I’m talking with PUMA PAC, we’re discussing getting our OWN TV STATION

    I know it can be done, once we get the details, I’ll relay message.

    RADIO isn’t BIG ENOUGH, and it’s a realistic goal for anyone who knows
    anything about this (CATV)——–things like that??

    Anyone around here got the knowledge??

  20. I have been a supporter of civil rights since I was a kid – like Hillary, which is one of the reasons I admire her. I was a proponent for diversity in the workplace before it was even a term. I belong to the social networking group at work for blacks and hispanics, even though I am neither. And I have to say the sight of the chosen one’s face on a tshirt alongside Dr. Martin Luther King’s absolutely appalls me. It is close to blasphemy to me. Dr. King said that people should be judged by the content of their character. If this person was judged by the content of his character, he would be NO WHERE NEAR the White House.

  21. Well Tess- I am in total agreement – when I saw that T-shirt I was so disgusted- what in God’s name did this man ever even dream of doing to be placed on the same level with Martin Luther King of all people?

    I remember longing for someone to step out and say “I knew Martin Luther King – he was a friend of mine and Obama is no Martin Luther King ” but no one did – they just stood by and let that blasphemy continue. This was a selling job of the highest order and I am ashamed to say – it was sold by the Black leaders, and and the Dems at women’s expence.

    I especially and suprised that the the female blacks that sold their sisterhood off for a man whose was 1/6 black – when they are 100% female!

  22. You are so right Betty Jean!

    Hurray for Betty Jean. You go girl.

  23. Excellent post and I agree w most of the comments. By the way, blacks were intially sold into slavery by other blacks. The black community doesn’t mention that “little” detail. Our society has been coddling and pampering the black community for far too long. Where has it gotten them? Look around, for the most part, not very far. Now instead of them using equal rights to get somewhere and get ahead, they have used it as a tool to feel entitled and owed. So until they change the attitude and how they live, it won’t matter what color the President is. It’s a matter of personal responsibility.

    As a woman, I am disgusted by what has happened this year. Are we suprised?? We shouldn’t be. Our own country treats us like yesterday’s garbage.

  24. What do you mean? We are yesterday’s garbage!

    We women are barely considered second class citizens, and most of us are natural born, unlike Obama, who isn’t even a citizen at all.

    He just waltzes in a takes over the who party AND country. I wish I were privy to the same special favors he’s had his whole life.

    You go Betty Jean! Keep giving them the truth and they’ll just think it’s hell. Isn’t that what Truman said? What better compliment can anyone pay you for your activism?

  25. Thank YOu – I will give them Hell as Long and as hard as I have the strength to do so and then I will scream down from the heavens as well! Tune in Monday Night! we are not going to back down not not not this time- Send in your stories Ladies – We will give them something to cry about alright – something real not this drivel!

  26. Yes women are supposed to forget about the sexism and misogyny that occurred and continues to occur, in this election and just be happy about this milestone. Doesn’t this sound familiar? As women we are taught to always put others first and their needs before our own.
    Even if, as in this election, that win was at the expense of a woman. Oh, that’s right, in this election 2 women were skewered in order for Obama to win, and I think the rest of us have the tread marks on our backs.

  27. Christina wrote – she could not figure out how to get into the comment but she sent this comment:

    Please send this to Ms. Brazile(nut):

    If African-Americans knew the real story of their history, I wonder how many of them would be jumping up and down as if Obama was the second coming. He’s not even the third coming, or the fourth. In fact, if he kicks John McCain into touch come November, Barack will be the SEVENTH black president of the United. Yes, seventh.

    Remember, it’s racist America we’re talking about, where the one drop rule applies (one drop of African blood). In which case Dwight D. Eisenhower, the wartime general who became president in the fifties, is a bruvva. As one historian has recently pointed out, Eisenhower’s mum, Ida Elizabeth Stover Eisenhower, was black.

    Black historians have written extensively that Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge and Dwight Eisenhower had black ancestors. These historians include Joel A. Rodgers, Dr. Leroy Vaughn, and Dr. Auset Bakhufu.

    Black historians, however, were not the first to write about the five presidents’ racially mixed families. White historians and political opponents also wrote about their black ancestors, but the books were either destroyed, went out of print or are hard to find.

    The difference between Obama and these presidents is that they all passed for white (which he obviously can’t do) and shunned their dark-skinned relatives to hide their racial backgrounds.
    _______________________________________________________________________
    I received that message from a blog poster…I’m still trying to figure it all out.
    Christina

  28. Bettyjean: I would love to put this on your blog but I don’t know how to get on your blog so I am sending it to you as an email –

    I don’t know if women will ever be out there in front – I have talked with friends who think Obama walks on water and they did not see any mistreatment of Hillary during the primaries – they did not see any favoritism of Obama by the MSM – it is frustrating to say the least –

    When Sarah Palin came on the scene it was other women who treated her the worst, along with the MSM – I feel like we are fighting an uphill battle that has no end

    I was a Hillary supporter from the beginning but I am no longer – I am a very principled person and I cannot go back when I think something or someone is wrong – I cannot support that person just because it will advance me personally – I feel that Hillary sold her soul for her political career – I cannot stand to even look at Obama and yet there was Hillary out campaigning for him, hugging him, telling us how wonderful he is – this does not fly with me – Obama slapped her in the face, degraded her and stood by while others(MSM) degraded her and there she was standing by him and standing by what he said about her – When he said those things about her, he said those things about me –

    If we are to fight for women we need to fight for every woman no matter what political party she belongs to – unlike Geraldine Ferraro who was furious about the treatment of Hillary but turned on Sarah Palin because she wasn’t a Democrat – Ms Ferraro thought Joe Biden was the better person to be Vice President(man better than woman) – how many gaffees did Joe Biden make during the campaign but he got by with them and Ms. Ferraro just brushed them off like they were common mistakes but as soon as Governor Palin made a mistake, Ms Ferraro was all over her as not being smart or experienced enough

    Good luck on your mission because women have less clout now than we had before – the election of Obama brought us down to zero – no one will take us seriously – our vote was not strong enough to keep Obama from winning – the DNC was right- most women did come around and voted for Obama – our group started out strong and then the women did not stand their ground – we became a laughing stock – just think of how unjust the election will be next time and we do not have enough women who will stand up and say “I won’t follow just because I am a Democrat or Republican” – most women are not strong enough to stand up for themselves –

    We still do not have any information about this new President – we do not know if he is even eligible to be President – we do not know where all that money he raised came from – we do not know anything about his friends – what exactly do we know about this man – we do know that enough women voted for him to put him in office –

    God Bless you, Bettyjean and God Bless America because I truly believe this is the beginning of the end of America as we know it and I don’t think the change we will experience will be change for the better

    Edie

  29. Yes, yes… we have a long, long way to go still. In fact, we’ve only just begun.
    I remember when I was growing up I used to hear men say ‘Shut up women, I’M A MAN.. you don’t talk to me that way”.. I used to hear this stuff here and there at people’s houses.. and maybe now I realise why treating women the way society does is still acceptable.. Because we are letting it be acceptable is what we are doing. Women as a whole.. let this happen, and we must realise that women are really cheating themselves when they worry more about what a man thinks, than what they think. That’s why we are always last.. because we ACCEPT IT!! We keep on accepting it. I see it every day when women are heard profusely apologising to everyone and anyone, which is a conditioned response. We see it when women continuously accept jobs that pay less than a man would be paid for similar work, or even labour. We take jobs doing house cleaning, and what not for substandard pay, and while men are charging three times what we are being paid, for doing less work than we are. And we keep taking it, and taking it. We keep putting our head down and accepting it, and this has to stop. Oh sure, if we put our foot down we will inevitably be called ‘crazy’, or a bitch, but so what.. that will get old when every single women is so called ‘crazy’ which is the label a women gets when she won’t keep apologising. Very, very convenient, these guys have made their lives. Everything is in place to hold us down for the rest of eternity unless we stop taking it. Let them call me what they want… I’m not shuttin’ up..

  30. We can’t stop fighting for our country because Obama stole this election. I truly believe that women who voted for him will wake up and join our fight. Better late than never. They will come around and realize what they voted for, and when the reality of that hits them, they will be back.These women were not all at that RBC meeting May 31 and did not see the shameful treatment of people by the DNC and the the OBSESSED OBAMABOTS. There is much to do so this does’nt happen again. God help us all the next 4 years if it is anything like I fear it will be but we are strong and God willing will be even stronger when it is behind us. Keep up the great work BJ. You are true AMERICAN HERO.

  31. BJ,

    Beautiful article. It really should be sent to Ms. Magazine although I cancelled my subscription with Obama being heralded as a feminist. No Hillary and Palin should have shared the cover to say This is what feminists look like!

    Thank you for your poetic justice to Julene. Great to meditate on… I know several black women who admitted they have been more discriminated against for being a woman than for being black.

    Did Julene join us or leave us behind?

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