October 3, 2012


On the 2007 video showing an angry candidate Obama railing against the federal government for its actions with post-Katrina New Orleans…

Clearly race-baiting, clearly angry, and I'm telling you: This is who he is to this day. This is who he's gonna become if he's reelected. This is who he is today. He hadn't changed. It's who he's been all his life. It's how he was mentored. It was how he was educated and raised. He's no different than the most extreme guest on MSNBC. He just has the ability to cover it up, to mask it. You peel all that away, and this is who he is, always has been.

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May 28, 2012


On the reason for the decline of Oprah Winfrey’s media fortunes…

The minute Oprah endorsed Obama is when it ended for Oprah, because up until that time Oprah did not have a racial identity about her. Oprah was whatever her audience wanted her to be. She was for women. She was concerned with women… but when she endorsed Obama, well then – it’s like when Michael Jordan doesn’t say anything political. You know, he’s a big Democrat, but he’s not gonna run around [and] get involved in politics for two reasons: (a) the good press coverage’ll stop, and (b) Republicans will stop buying Nikes. And he can’t afford that. He wants Republicans to buy tennis shoes too. Well Oprah violated that when she endorsed Obama, and that gave her an entirely different identity that she didn’t have. And that’s when a sizable percentage of her audience said “Okay, Oprah, I’m gone.” She eventually said that political matters and racial matters mattered more to her than the stuff they thought mattered most to her. Meaning her audience.

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May 23, 2012


On media explanations for the political weakness shown by President Obama in Democrat primary elections…

Now [political reporter Chris] Cilliza and the Washington Post [are] basically saying that Obama’s losing in Arkansas, West Virginia [and] Kentucky because of racism. The voters there are just racist. These are Democrat voters now. Democrat voters, this is a Democrat primary. Democrat racists. Don’t like Obama. They argue that conservative white Democrats, particularly those in the South and Appalachia, don’t want to vote for an African-American for President. And therefore are willing to cast a ballot for almost anyone else, up to and including an incarcerated felon. They voted for Obama last time. They’ve become racist after Obama got in the White House.

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May 16, 2012


On the latest developments in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case…

In addition to everything you’ve heard from Zimmerman’s doctor, about all of his injuries, and about Trayvon Martin with bruised knuckles, discovered in the autopsy, the FBI, which is part of Eric Holder’s Justice Department, is planning to charge George Zimmerman with a hate crime. The prosecutors claim – and this is the local prosecutor, in Florida – claim that Zimmerman “profiled” Trayvon Martin. Not only did he profile Trayvon Martin, he stalked Trayvon Martin before killing him. And unlike the charge of second-degree murder, this hate crime, if he’s convicted of it, could get Zimmerman executed. So apparently noticing a stranger in your neighborhood is “profiling” and following the stranger to see what he’s up to is “stalking”. And they both are hate crimes according to the Obama regime.

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April 2, 2012


On NBC’s in-house “investigation” into its own doctoring of a 911 tape that made George Zimmerman look like a bigot in the shooting of Trayvon Martin…

A 100% distortion. A 100% recreation of what happened. In order to put together that sound bite that you just heard, they had to knowingly and willingly edit the question of the dispatcher, and then they had to edit Zimmerman saying “he looks black” right after he says “he looks like he’s up to no good.” But Zimmerman wasn’t through when he said, “This guy looks like he’s up to no good.” That’s where NBC stopped it. Zimmerman kept on. After he said “This guy looks like he’s up to no good” he said “Or he’s on drugs or something – it’s raining.” He’s walking around looking about. NBC takes that out, they took the dispatcher question out, and they added on Zimmerman saying “He looks black.” What is there to investigate here? Anybody with two ears and an IQ of 50 knows what happens here. Is the investigation of who did it? Or are they investigating if it’s wrong? What are they investigating at NBC? They are investigating how they can get out of this. They’re investigating how they can come up with a plausible explanation for this. That’s what NBC is doing.

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March 26, 2012


On the lack of condemnation by President Obama of The New Black Panthers for issuing a bounty on George Zimmerman, the alleged shooter of Trayvon Martin, a black Florida teenager…

I do not understand – and I have no problem saying so – I do not understand the President of the United States not saying anything when a group of citizens issues a bounty for another citizen in the United States of America and the President, or his Justice Department don’t even seem interested in that. And then when this young kid gets shot in Sanford Florida the reaction is “if I had a son he would look like me”? Sorry, (that’s the) last thing that ever occurs to me when somebody gets shot. When somebody’s murdered the last thing (I think) is that they look like me. It doesn’t compute. But, the Left – they see things like this, purely as surface matters. These are political opportunities for these people, that’s the sad thing about this. Here you have the death of an American citizen that’s seen as a political opportunity. There’s no humanity in that. There’s no compassion in that.

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