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Postby CivilDissent » Thu May 12, 2011 2:24 pm

by Ben Johnson

Michael Savage once wrote, “Liberalism is a mental disorder.” Not only are the passions that animate left-wing policies and reverse racism irrational; they are life-threatening. The most jarring example is Barack Obama race war against police and fire departments everywhere from the heartland to Ground Zero.

Last month Obama’s Justice Department forced the city of Dayton, Ohio, to lower standards for hiring police and firemen, allegedly because not enough minorities passed. The Dayton Daily News reports that time is of the essence vital, since recent retirements “have left public safety forces near all-time lows.” Nonetheless, the Obama administration stepped in to keep police off the streets until he could saddle them with unqualified co-workers. Under the deal Dayton cut with Eric Holder’s department, city officials would hire people who scored as low as 63 percent on one section of the test and 58 percent on another – a failing mark on any conventional grade curve. The 748 people who passed the test will soon be joined by 258 new, incompetent public servants. No one will know one group from another except their HR department and the people whose lives they fail to save.

Even the local NAACP thinks Obama and Holder have gone too far. Dayton chapter President Derrick Forward has said, “The NAACP does not support individuals failing a test and then having the opportunity to be gainfully employed…If you lower the score for any group of people, you’re not getting the best qualified people for the job.”

Most of us agree that the middle of a gunfight or an engulfed building is no place for on-the-job training. We’d prefer an expert. Not racial extortionists in the Obama White House.

The administration’s legal assault on Dayton would be regrettable enough if it stood alone. However, it is but one front of Barack Obama’s race war against police and firemen.

A Full-Scale War on Safety

The most outrageous and underexposed targets of the PC grenade-throwers has been the people who rushed to save lives at Ground Zero on 9/11. More than 90 percent of minorities pass an exam administered by the Fire Department of New York (FDNY), ten percent more than the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission considers adequate. If less than 80 percent of minorities pass a test, the EEOC automatically assumes the test is “racist.” That does not enter into this department – but Holder decided to hustle the department, anyway. According to the DoJ, this test is “racist” because while 90 percent of blacks and Hispanics pass it, even more whites do. The Washington Times reported, “On Feb. 28, Thomas E. Perez, assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division, submitted a proposed order for damages for rejected applicants who scored 25 or higher on the 85-question exams.”

Although nearly five percent of fire department positions are vacant, the Obama administration is again holding things up until the department agrees to its blackmail terms.

His officials demand the FDNY hire people who got 29 percent of the questions right, compete with back pay. New hires would also have seniority over those who had been hired after they flunked and have been working ever since.

It comes as no surprise those who are keeping the police from defending law-abiding citizens around the country are the same bureaucrats involved in the most lawless, racist excesses of the last two years.

The Black Panthers’ Allies Target New Whites

The FDNY’s nemesis, Thomas Perez, may have perjured himself during hearings before the Civil Rights commission in May when he testified that there had been no “political leadership involved in the decision not to pursue” the Black Panther voter intimidation case. Judicial Watch subsequently reported it discovered significant political involvement.

This case’s lead attorney is Loretta King, whom Obama appointed Acting Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights. Justice Department whistleblower Christopher Coates testified that King “does not support equal enforcement” of the law, instructed him to stop asking job applicants if they would be willing to apply the law equally to all races, and “had been highly critical of the filing and civil prosecution of” a 2005 case against blacks in Mississippi who discriminated against whites.

The Black Panthers’ top advocates have joined forces to wage warfare against the police. So has Obama.

Obama Promised an “Activist Attorney General”

Barack Obama has led these actions, as he promised in a 2001 public radio interview. Obama told his interviewer, Gretchen Helfrich, that real change requires an “activist” executive branch and warned “without an activist Attorney General’s office and Justice Department that is able to come in and provide just the sheer resources that are required, many of these changes just don’t take place.” Now that these resources are at his disposal, he regularly harasses the law-abiding while protecting law-breakers.

The president has led the way in combating the police rhetorically. When national media asked him about Henry Louis Gates in 2009, Obama declared that while he did not have “all the facts,” he nonetheless condemned Cambridge police for “acting stupidly.”

By appointing Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, Obama assured his presumption against the police – and testing standards – is enshrined on the High Court. Sotomayor twice ruled against New Have fireman Frank Ricci in the case Ricci v. DeStefano. Ricci was one of 19 white or Hispanic fireman denied promotions after they passed the test with flying colors. The pre-Sotomayor Supreme Court overturned her decision. Her supporters then tried to destroy Ricci’s reputation in the media.

The Ricci decision reflected Sotomayor’s racialist judicial activist philosophy. As a longtime head of the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund (now LatinoJustice PRLDEF). Sotomayor said she was proud of the organization’s “cases attacking civil service testing.” The “attack” in question targeted the New York Police Department. In the 1980s, the PRLDEF found too few minorities could pass the exam to receive a promotion, so Sotomayor branded it “racist.” Eventually, PRLDEF’s PR forced the police to replace it.

She similarly ruled in 2006 case Hayden v. Pataki that New York’s law barring convicted felons from voting until they are released from prison or complete parole is racist and thus unconstitutional, although societies have disenfranchised criminal felons since ancient Greece.

His second court nominee, Elena Kagan, similarly worships at the altar of Affirmative Action. These nominees will fight Obama’s racist battles long after he is gone.

No Quarter on the Culture Wars

Obama’s unjustified and aggressive shakedowns of the nation’s emergency personnel should underscore how deeply committed he is to racial extortion and how animated he is to destroy traditional sources of masculine, working class power. It is the same spirit that caused Robert Reich to declare the administration must assure stimulus funds do not benefit “white male construction workers.”

They should also force Americans to see how implacable are the advocates of “racial justice.” In practice, testing standards for class promotion, college or union admittance, civil service or public safety jobs are dumbed-down to the point that almost everyone passes – and the professional racial grievance industry is still not satisfied.

Obama’s war should be seen for what it is – a war on achievement, where those capable of passing the test, running a business, or performing a public service are held hostage until they siphon off part of their earnings and authority to those who cannot.

The envy, covetousness, and racism of the administration would be disturbing enough directed against any industry, but Obama’s special object of ire seems to be police, firemen, and the military. These are the forces that maintain public order, rescue the imperiled, and take dangerous offenders off the streets. These forces should demand the highest standards of their employees, because they are the ones upon whom our lives depend.

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Postby CivilDissent » Fri May 13, 2011 1:51 am

Obama Supports Violence Against Police Officers

Tomorrow marks the start of National Police Week, a week when those of us in the community remember absent comrades lost in the line of duty and recognize those they left behind. Events will be held in Washington, D.C. on May 15, National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day, and in every state in the union. Police officers across the country - and the world - will take part in some way.

This National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day in particular is more difficult than most, given that so many police officers have already been killed by gunfire in the first few months of this year. Our nation's law enforcement professionals are at war, and they need our support.

Sadly, President Obama couldn't care less. Just ask Common, who not only supports those who murder police officers, but actively supports violence against them, as well. In a singular act of idiocy, Obama invited Common to read poetry at the White House even as the widows of slain police officers were on their way to D.C. for opening ceremonies. And as we all know, this isn't the first time this president has slapped our police officers and their families in the face.

I'm not one of those who thinks that President Obama is a clueless boob who doesn't know what he's doing. Rather, I think he's a facade, a puppet whose strings are in the hands of smarter, richer and more powerful men than he. I think everything about him is contrived, planned and scripted. Therefore, I can only assume that the appearance by Common on the eve of this sacred week was intentional.

Obama is in re-elect mode and is desperate to hide the damage he has done to this country in a mere three minus years. Inviting a Black rapper appeals to his base and since he despises our LEO's and military folks anyway, the choice is a simple one; Common wins, our nation's heroes lose. Even when the facts were pointed out to them, Obama refused to rescind the invite. There goes the ignorance argument.

I wish I could say that I am surprised, but I'd be lying. I've come to expect this kind of insult from this president, who seems to care nothing for this country or our citizenry. He is a man out for his own gain - and that of his friends - and will say and do anything to gain more power.

It seems a shame that both he and this president would choose to insult the very people who provide and protect that priceless right. On this day, I celebrate and honor those who have the price for that freedom with their lives, and those who continue to stand a watch, each and every day. May God bless you all.

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Postby CivilDissent » Fri May 13, 2011 2:04 am

"A mouth does not have to be open for words to be said or be spoken."

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Postby CivilDissent » Tue May 17, 2011 2:55 pm

oh yeah, the guy didn't say anything at the actual poetry reading, he just said stuff in the past.


http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/20 ... y-bad-days

But the past does not matter.
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Postby Roach412 » Wed May 18, 2011 5:42 am

personally, i don't give a crap about newt's past. his dismissal of paul ryan's fiscal plan is just stupid, and makes him not a viable candidate.

paul ryan's my guy...

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Postby bdub » Wed May 18, 2011 10:44 am

CivilDissent wrote:
oh yeah, the guy didn't say anything at the actual poetry reading, he just said stuff in the past.


http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/20 ... y-bad-days

But the past does not matter.


so you are comparing the media's handling of newt gingrich, and obama's having a rapper that said inflammatory things in the past come to the white house... you want those things to be equally dissected by the press... to villify obama for another man's actions just as much as gingrich for his own actions....
i see your logic. flawed though it may be.

also take into account that most of the story you are linking to is actually comment on how the Wall Street Journal "skewered" gingrich on their editorial page... WSJ editorials, WSJ owned by repert murdoch... not exactly the "liberal press".
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Postby CivilDissent » Thu May 19, 2011 2:08 am

Regardless of the logic and how "flawed" you may consider it, my point is that all people should be treated equally regardless of race, sex, whether they are from the South, etc. and the media does not treat both sides as such in any way sort or form.

If Gingrich, and other Republicans, are going to be judged in such a way, so should Obama, and other liberals. But the fact is that although liberals commit just as many, if not more, discrepancies than Republicans, the discrepancies committed by them are mentioned much less by the liberal media.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/05 ... w-waivers/

Why is this, conveniently, not mentioned by any other network? If this had been done by a republican, it would be a huge story.

Equality is what I want. No politician is a saint. They are all crooks and get the same salaries and benefits....for the rest of their lives.

It is fine with me, either none of the past, or stories such as the Pelosi thing, is mentioned by all networks or all of the past is mentioned by all networks. Not selective stories picked by certain networks and believed by liberals.

The fact is that liberals are guilty of the same crimes that Republicans are, it is just not ever mentioned by the big 3 and, therefore, most liberals believe only Republicans are committing them. Not true. Obama is guilty of hiding things and a bad past as Bush ever was.

After all, look at all of the people being put out of their homes because of the flood of the Missippi river and yet nothing to do with insurance or the fact that those people in the way of the rivers lives will be destroyed. They have no homes or places to live now because of a concious decision by the government. But Bush was blamed, within days, after Katrini for not caring about people in New Orleans. Guess what, I have yet to hear a thing that Obama is doing too help the people along the Mississippi river. Why are the media not tearing him apart like they did Bush, after Katrina? Same thing if you ask me but people blamed Bush for Katrina and yet do not blame Obama for the problems on the Mississippi.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10354221/
http://www.warriorsfortruth.com/hurrica ... acism.html
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/09/ ... 4623.shtml
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_W._ ... ne_Katrina
http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-shepp ... -oil-spill
http://www.alternet.org/katrina/40957/
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14414777/

I live South of Houston, on the Gulf coast. Does this mean that I can stay home when the next hurricane comes in and if Obama is still in office when it comes in blame him if some of my family gets hurt?

Obama is not a saint, as the liberal big 3 want to imply, and Bush is no worse than any other, contrary to what the big 3 want to imply.

By the way, I am not in favor of Gingrich either but he was used to make the point.
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Postby bdub » Thu May 19, 2011 9:34 am

i don't buy the "slanted liberal bias" of the media... i believe they might want to appear slanted left, so they can do really sneaky things in the background that support the huge companies that run such news-outlets. these huge companies generally benefit from the tax breaks and loopholes that republicans tend to supply (moreso than dems).

case in fact... george w bush vs john kerry in 2004 election debates.
gwb did TERRIBLY, and every time he started stuttering and looking like a fool, what happens???? huge wide shot, to take the emphasis away from the fact the sitting president is completely baffled at his own words. you never see the camera back off kerry when he's talking, not once. ANYBODY with a brain would have said there was no way that bush should be president after that performance... if they had gotten the true picture... but they didn't.

the conscious decision by the government is to save bigger town by sacrificing some of the less densely populated areas... how is that wrong? how can you equate that obama should get the same treatment from that example vs. katrina??? what could the media tear obama apart for???
people blamed bush for his lack of response after katrina, there is no lack of response in the current case. the respnse is to flood some areas instead of others.

katrina was poorly managed in the days after the event, and bush deserved vilification because he put brown as head of FEMA, and that guy knew NOTHING... bush tended to put the wrong people in charge, just about everywhere in his cabinet and support areas. he was just a terrible president.
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Postby CivilDissent » Thu May 19, 2011 12:50 pm

I have yet to hear of Obama wanting to help the people being flooded by the Mississippi, or its tributaries, in any way.

Why not just let the people who were already flooded, up North, keep their flood water and monitor the water as it flowed downstream? It would have saved alot of lives and property. Instead they are flooding millions of acres and causing tens of thousands of people catastrophic situations.

Also, people who stutter are bad? Stuttering is not a concious thing but, instead, most people who stutter can not help it.
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Postby bdub » Fri May 20, 2011 9:00 am

CivilDissent wrote:Also, people who stutter are bad? Stuttering is not a concious thing but, instead, most people who stutter can not help it.


didn't say people who stutter are bad (it was worse than simple stuttering, too)... just said that when he "stuttered" the camera pulls away so as not take any emphasis away from it. it was rigged that way. bush was terrible.
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