Tariq Nasheed shitting on John Lewis, calls him "buck dancer" "civil rights nigga".

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  1. BUMBAY DA DOGG

    BUMBAY DA DOGG Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    And you forgot stupid gun control sit-ins on the house floor.

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  2. Shaka54

    Shaka54 FKA Shaka38 BGOL Gold Member

    And yet he runs uncontested! Fix THAT!:angry::hmm:
    He's old, comfortable, and has rich donors. Term limits anyone? Get him the fuck outta there or we got nuthin' to be bitchin' about.
     
  3. BUMBAY DA DOGG

    BUMBAY DA DOGG Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    I don't live in his district but from what I can gleam on line the shit is in bad shape for BLACK PEOPLE.

    He sold out BLACK PEOPLE AND BLACK COMMUNITIES long ago for the crumbs from the table at the "BIG HOUSE" and khazarian interest.

    He deserves no respect, loyalty or love from BLACK PEOPLE AND BLACK COMMUNITIES.
     
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  4. Shaka54

    Shaka54 FKA Shaka38 BGOL Gold Member

    I can't argue any of that at all, sadly.:(:smh: This is probably common across all Districts under the CBC too.
    I'm in Gwen Moore's District in Milwaukee and unless there's some shit that benefits the Party or the Establishment, she's MIA like a muhfucka.
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    I wrote myself in for her Seat. I wasn't gonna vote for a Republican in running for a District that is overwhelmingly Black (and Democratic to a detriment in some cases, I suppose) but she toes the Party line and needs a viable Black Candidate to run against her.
    https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/gwen_moore/400661

    It's a tremendous challenge because they are deemed to be useful to the Powers that Be. Having said that, there is NO need to shit on an historical icon of that Era...replace him. Put Pops out to pasture.
     
  5. BUMBAY DA DOGG

    BUMBAY DA DOGG Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    He and many like him are not going quietly.

    To get them out of office would take:
    • biting the hand that feeds them. And never in a million years would he do that
    • natural cause death
    • a major scandal that could not be contained by those who control him
     
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  6. Shaka54

    Shaka54 FKA Shaka38 BGOL Gold Member

    This is true. I found it out the hard way back in the mid 90s when I fancied myself wanting to make changes in my Community and run for Alderman.
    I rolled up on the scene and muhfuckas in the know reacted like :lol::roflmao::roflmao2::roflmao3::roflmao3::roflmao2::roflmao::lol:
    "Nigga, there's an order of Merit...AND you broke!:hmm:"
    :angry:o_O:(:smh::(:dunno::(
     
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  7. ghoststrike

    ghoststrike Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    :frozen::itsawrap:
     
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  8. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    John Lewis cosponsored a bill for reparations just last year. What have you done ever besides bitch over the internet and watch pseudo black militants bitch on youtube?
     
  9. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Yall must be slow or really don't understand how governance works. Local politicians can only do so much in red states backed up by a conservative house, senate and president, especially states like Wisconsin that are ran but blatant white supremacists like Scott Walker.
     
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  10. Shaka54

    Shaka54 FKA Shaka38 BGOL Gold Member

    She's the US Rep, not State. That IS true but she'd have to actively put forth a Bill or proposition for those clowns to actually obstruct. It hasn't really happened.
     
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  11. BUMBAY DA DOGG

    BUMBAY DA DOGG Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    BROTHER,

    These People would not do shit for BLACK PEOPLE if they had the green light.

    There god, guiding light and moral compass are these political party platforms, talking point and ideology.

    They got put there because those ideals are more valued over BLACK PEOPLE and BLACK COMMUNITIES. And these are BLACK POLITICIANS.

    Look at how long somebody who was really trying help BLACK PEOPLE AND BLACK COMMUNITIES like Cynthia Mckinney lasted versus crooks like:
    • Maxine Waters
    • John Lewis
    Who have sold out their people communities, morals and dignity.

    Fuck all these crooks democratic or republican!
     
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  12. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    John Lewis and Maxine Waters both co sponsored a reparations bill just last year, what are you saying?
     
  13. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    US Reps typically deal with national politics not local politics. The reason your district is fucked up is likely because of state politics hampering local politics. We have dealt with the same thing in STL, for example our local politicians passed legislation to hike minimum wage which was veto'd out of spite by republican state legislators.
     
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  14. BUMBAY DA DOGG

    BUMBAY DA DOGG Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    That bill has zero chance in hell of passing.

    And that still doesn't mean they have not sold out their people communities, morals and dignity.

    Fuck all these crooks democratic or republican!
     
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  15. ugk

    ugk Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    One Mink Slide album and North Sentinelese Island T-shirt at a time
     
  16. gtg305h

    gtg305h BGOL Veteran Registered

    :money:
     
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  17. Soul On Ice

    Soul On Ice Black 1st Certified Pussy Poster

    oh thats news to me.
    do you have a link please?
     
  18. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

  19. Mrfreddygoodbud

    Mrfreddygoodbud Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Im sayin when obama first got elected they had the house and the senate..

    and aint do a gotdam thing but worry about fags 24/7...
     
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  20. Llano

    Llano Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    They're coming for you lol
     
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  21. Mrfreddygoodbud

    Mrfreddygoodbud Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    nah they know what it is.... democrats are about pussy politics..

    they get their people in... they put on their, aprons and start bakin cookies and brownies

    for everyone, they want to sit in a circle around a camp fire and tell ghost stories with the republklans..

    then the republiklans slither in... and be like...

    whaaa da fuck is all this milk and cookie guitar playin story tellin shit..

    get yo donkey asses da fuck outta here...

    then the rupubs take over... get the lubricants... let corporate america fuck em.... pay em.. grab their bag and head back to wall street, and their slave plantations.

    years later the repubs get cushy jobs playin with their balls on somebodys board..

    and the dems sit there wondering what happend to their party and their cookie dough...and the balls they never had.


    and dont get me started on republiklans those shameless whores are on another level with their mindless gluttony
     
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  22. darth frosty

    darth frosty Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    We all know that Obama did not have the senate there were ONLY 56 democrats and 2 independents.

    And we were clearly told that without a super majority of 60 their hands were tied...



    Of course George W barely had 50 and pushed his agenda, but we were consistently told by the democrats they needed 60 for Obama.
     
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  23. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    they only had filibuster majorites in the house and the senate for a whole 4 months. In that time they saved the auto industry, signed the stimulus package, expanded medicaid and pass Obamacare, etc. Even with that:

    Progress of the African-American Community During the Obama Administration


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    • The real median income of black households increased by 4.1 percent between 2014 and 2015.

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    • A recent report from the Census Bureau shows the remarkable progress that American families have made as the recovery continues to strengthen. Real median household income grew 5.2 percent from 2014 to 2015, the fastest annual growth on record. Income grew for households across the income distribution, with the fastest growth among lower- and middle-income households. The number of people in poverty fell by 3.5 million, leading the poverty rate to fall from 14.8 percent to 13.5 percent, the largest one-year drop since 1968, with even larger improvements including for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and children.

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  24. Mrfreddygoodbud

    Mrfreddygoodbud Well-Known Member BGOL Investor


    uh true.. but they had a majority never the less..

    and they just sat their fiddling with their lil clits and balls...

    while the fags yelled demands at them and they cowered...and forgot all about their "black"constituents...

    its was never about any type of economical or situational progress for us..

    we always get mindfucked into worrying about crime..

    now that the fags have gone as far as they can go... they gonna need us to go further..


    and we shouldve been peeped dat game...and stopped playing..

    that reparation thing couldve happend his first year in office...

    and while I like Obama and what he represents..

    I know who he is and who his allegiance is with and it aint with "pookie"

    and more with his harvard ilk...

    saw how fast he had a beer summit when one of his harvard coon buddies got in trouble with some racist pig faggot..
     
  25. Mrfreddygoodbud

    Mrfreddygoodbud Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    lol some of that is reaching.... the part about he pick ninetee percent "african american" judges.. but thats only three percent more than racist ass bill clinton..

    whose racism came out loud and clear when Obama first ran for president... talkin about Obama sayin some shit like..

    "cmon guys you know this guy wouldve been carryin our bags a few years ago"

    but Obama was the best President we had in a very very very long time...

    even though healthcare is still a joke he had done more to reform it then any other president we had...no doubt...

    and all the blame is not on him...he is not the leader of "black" people

    he was the leader of the corporation we call america...so he is gonna do what it is in his scope to do and not wander outside that....as the first "black" president... they wouldve been more than happy to jfk him..

    I digress tho..

    end of the day... democrats are still pussy, and the republickkklans will just bend over take their corporate orders...and do what they want and bend rules as much as possible..

    democrats need to start bending rules as much as possible.. and not just play this game of... oh we need your vote.. so we care about what you have to say.. untill election day...

    that shit is played out...
     
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  26. darth frosty

    darth frosty Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

  27. Camille

    Camille Kitchen Wench #TeamTots #TeamQuaid Super Moderator

    You do realize that the GOP sat on all his judicial nominees both his terms, right? Due to his there was a shitload of empty judgeships that under the GOP Trump has been filling like crazy with conservative judges. He could have been far more effective than he was, but didn't have a congress to support him and it had less to do with the otherside voting in unusually high numbers than it did with dems sitting home.

    Now the GOP has been gerrymandering districts to keep dems out of power, so dems have to have superhigh turnout to gain seats.

    Let the others tell it tho, voting doesn't matter. Stop letting folks with an Obama grudge sway you from the facts.
     
  28. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Having a simple majority means nothing when you need a supermajority in the senate to pass laws. The republicans where able to obstruct Obama during his entire 8 years because the dems never had a filibuster proof majority in the senate. Blaming Obama and the dems for this shows a clear lack of understanding of how governance works.
     
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  29. Amajorfucup

    Amajorfucup Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    This needs to be stickied somewhere. You often hear the complaint about the empty judicial seats Obama left as if to imply he was negligent and lazy in filling the courts. Also needs to serve as a reminder how despicable these muthafuckas are.
     
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  30. darth frosty

    darth frosty Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Thing is repugs with the same amount of senators STILL manage to push thru their legislation with NO fight from pussy ass Dems.

    Hell as we speak shummer trying to give Trump money for his wall?!?
     
  31. playa-exodus

    playa-exodus Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    You can keep repeating this but it won't make it true. Republicans can't do anything without 60 votes either (except for judicial nominees and budgetary matters that only require 50+ votes). This is why they have accomplished NOTHING legislatively except for tax cuts.
     
  32. Shaka54

    Shaka54 FKA Shaka38 BGOL Gold Member

    What he said is irrefutable though. It's the truth. We got the ole "Wait until my second term" statement. With the amount of pure obstruction that he faced in his first term, he could've been writing those Executive Orders a whole lot earlier and thrown us some tangibles.
     
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  33. Duece

    Duece Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    Tariq at the Arcade with Bri and Laila
    While Peanut sits at home trying to stop Mateo from pulling her breast out to breastfeed.

    [​IMG]
     
  34. Dannyblueyes

    Dannyblueyes Aka Illegal Danny BGOL Investor

    In part because the newly elected Democrats don't start until next month. Republicans are in a manic rush to get as much of their agenda through as they can before this happens
     
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  35. Mrfreddygoodbud

    Mrfreddygoodbud Well-Known Member BGOL Investor

    lol....

    cmon son... left wing , right wing its all the same fuckin bird..

    there is nothing to understand but their job, is to keep you from focusing on those that really call the shots..

    I think to not understand THIS fact shows lack of understanding of how THIS world really works.....

    republikkklans are the scummiest of scum.... but at least they go hard in their scummyness...

    dems try to paint their scummyness in rainbow colors then point at it and say..

    look how pretty it is... then charge you for the paint by raising your taxes....

    Im not gonna front I got the largest tax return ever in President Obamas last year..

    and in Trumps first year I got one of the lowest ever.....

    so it aint like Im fiending for these corporate whores to stay in power..

    I just want to see the dems not be so shook daddy of the republiklans..

    they are a lil better now, but they was playin big pussy during the bush years..

    that shit was embarassing, it was only the Cynthia Mckinnleys, and a few others that stood up, the rest were a fuckin joke... lost a lot of respect for them durin them bush years....
     
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