Saturday, September 12, 2009

Republicans Obvious Racist Attempt to Nullify our 1st Black President!

The Republicans are attempting to nullify our President. It is very obvious. You can see it in their body language. It was very obvious during the President's speech before Congress on Thursday. Just look at their behavior. I've labeled their body language in this picture.

Black Publishers in the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) agree. They are particularly outraged by the actions of Joe "You Lie" Wilson. The NNPA are so concerned by Wilson's racist and disrespectful remarks, they are initiating an economic boycott against South Carolina:

"As African-American newspaper publishers we stand in solidarity with the NAACP and fully support the economic boycott of South Carolina," NNPA Chairman Danny J. Bakewell Sr. said. "Rep. Wilson's remarks were racist, disrespectful, and a disingenuous violation -- not only of President Obama -- but to the institution of the presidency and only solidified our position and the importance in not spending black dollars where black people are not respected.
"The continued public and blatant disrespect of President Barack Obama by members of Congress will not be rewarded with our dollars nor will a state that continues to uphold America's shameful past by flying the Confederate flag," he added.

Wilson should be CENSURED for his outrageous, racist, disrespectful behavior!


Tamale Chica said...

Hi Dee,

Sorry to post here but I don't have your email address. I'm starting a new blog called "Cultural Chica" and would like to exchange links with you on this one, too.

One of my good friends will also start posting to this blog, as he'd like to share what growing up Mexican in Chicago has been like. He's 54 years old so he has a lot of years to share.


My email contact is on my blob if you'd like to reach me that way.

Mary :-)

Dee said...

My email address is

Yes, I would be happy to share and trade posts. I have had you on my Blog Favorites for some time. You have a great blog!

And I welcome your friend to show his stories. In fact, he can Guest Voz on my blog with his stories if he likes.

pcorn54 said...

I'll be happy to help him any way I can also on both of my blogs. There can't be enough of us

ultima said...

I wonder if you ever bothered to look a the body language of Congress when they booed President Bush on the occasion of his proposal to allow private Social Security accounts for younger workers. This view of the Republicans sitting on their hands is so biased it is ludicrous. Have you no sense of fairness? You could just as well have opened your remarks with some words that acknowledged that this behavior is not unique to either party. Instead you insist on misleading your readers. You are as bad as Glen Beck.

ultima said...

Traitors abound!

Dee said...


Never before has a member of Congress shouted out the President was "a LIAR" during a Presidential Speech!


Additionally, the actions of the Republican party are to NULLIFY our first Minority President -- Because he is Black -- Because they ARE Good Ole Boys!

Dee said...

At least you admit Beck is Bad and Misleading his blind followers!

Additionally, the Republicans body language proves they are attempting to nullify our first minority President! Reprehensible!

Tamale Chica said...

PCorn, the new blog is here:

Hasta luego!

Dee said...

AUSTIN – Eight months into Barack Obama’s presidency, as criticism of his administration seems to reach new levels of volume and intensity each week, the whispers among some of his allies are growing louder: That those who loathe the nation’s first African-American president, and especially those who would deny his citizenship, are driven at least in part by racism.

It’s a feeling that’s acutely felt among those supporters of Obama who are themselves minorities. Conversations with Democrats at an otherwise upbeat Democratic National Committee fall gathering here, an event largely devoted to party housekeeping, reflected a growing anger at what many see as a troubling effort to delegitimize Obama’s hold on the office.

“As far as African-Americans are concerned, we think most of it is,” said Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas), when asked in an interview in between sessions how much of the more extreme anger at Obama is based upon his race. “And we think it’s very unfortunate. We as African-American people of course are very sensitive to it.”

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