Sunday, March 30, 2008

Clinton Campaign Short On Money

Keeping up with the media darling is always tough. Hitlery is finding that out first hand. She and her hubby had always been somewhat "chosen ones" as far as the main stream media is concerned. Now, B. Hussein Obama seems to be the darling.
This tells a bit of the problem.

A pair of Ohio companies owed more than $25,000 by Clinton for staging events
for her campaign are warning others in the tight-knit event production community
— and anyone else who will listen — to get their cash upfront when doing
business with her. Her campaign, say representatives of the two companies, has
stopped returning phone calls and e-mails seeking payment of outstanding
invoices. One even got no response from a certified letter.

She's ducking collectors. Not only that, these aren't her big debts. She owes millions and hundreds of thousands to some. Dig this . . .

Some of Clinton’s biggest debts are to pollster and chief strategist Mark Penn,
who’s owed $2.5 million; direct mail company MSHC Partners, which is owed
$807,000; phone-banking firm Spoken Hub, which is waiting for $771,000; and ad
maker Mandy Grunwald, who’s owed $467,000.

Hmmm. Now I hear that she has no intention of bowing out of the race. Some more of the Clinton funny stuff is going to have to happen. Stay on the lookout.

Just a thought.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Jason Whitlock Is One Perceptive Dude

Let's think about. Black columnist. Black ESPN television personality from time to time. I particularly enjoy Whitlock's insights when he sits in on "The Sports Reporters" on ESPN or one of its numbered family of stations. Jason Whitlock is somewhat unique in this day and age. He is one of the few blacks who seem to opine based on facts as opposed to pigmentation. Here is another terrific example. This one deals with the LeBron James magazine cover for Vogue.

Right now I need to know where this LeBron James-Gisele Bundchen-Vogue-cover
controversy falls. And just who am I supposed to be mad at, LeBron, the
photographer, the editors at Vogue or Tom Brady?

Not only is Whitlock perceptive and observant, he has been blessed with a sense of humor. Tom Brady. That's good stuff.

Not too long ago he was the subject of massive ridicule among black journalists when he stood up for Ball State University when Ronny Thompson cried racism and quit as its basketball coach. How could a black man not defend another black man even when he is wrong? That seems to be the sentiment inside much of the black community. It has since come out that Thompson and his family have much greater racist tendencies than Ball State.

In the cited article article Whitlock (who BTW is a Ball State alum) points out a little more of the obvious concerning the NBA.

Vogue put a mirror in our face, and we're complaining about the reflection. Half
the black players in the NBA take the court each night in front of white
audiences tatted from neck to toe like they're shooting a scene for Prison
When David Stern insisted on helping these players with their
image by implementing a dress code, many of the players and their media groupies
screamed racism. You see, showing up to work in a white T and iced-out (heavy
jewelry) was their way of showing loyalty to their boys in the 'hood, a
shout-out to the corner boys and girls.
And any time someone with common
sense points out that athletes are making fools of themselves and feeding
negative stereotypes, he or she is shouted down as a sellout, racist or out of

Interesting observation. Full disclosure . . . Ol' BC isn't black and this may affect his perception of events as they unfold. However, Ol' BC isn't blind either.

Just a thought.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Geraldine Ferraro

...doesn't like being treated like a conservative.

"To equate what I said with what this racist bigot has said from the pulpit is
unbelievable," Ferraro said today. "He gave a very good speech on race
relations, but he did not address the fact that this man is up there spewing

Geraldine is firing back. She didn't much like being chastised publicly and booted from the Hitlery camp for speaking the truth. Now she's getting ripped by B. Hussein Obama himself and the media outlets. So she's fires more truth - that the reverend is a "racist bigot."

Does anyone else find this whole episode somewhat humorous?

Just a thought.

Cheap Oil

A thought occurred to Ol' BC while wondering where all the cries and shouts of racism are regarding B. Hussein Obama's spiritual leader, the reverend Jeremiah Wright. Alright, we've waited patiently. It's been over five years now. Where's all that cheap oil we went to war in Iraq for. On September 15, 2002 Dan Morgan and David B Ottaway wrote a front page article for the Washington Post that "oil is the key issue" in the Iraqi war scenario. They also indicated that U.S. drillers were all primed to swoop in for the cheap oil from the "huge petroleum pool." Amazingly, all that cheap oil the left whined and carped about hasn't affected gasoline prices in the heartland much.

Any chance Saddam thumbing his nose at all those U.N. resolutions and killing hundreds of thousands of his own people has anything to with it after all?

Just a thought.

Geno's Steaks' Sign OK

Actually one ruling that seems steeped in common sense. Here's one article.

In a 2-1 vote, a Commission on Human Relations panel found that two signs at
Geno's Steaks telling customers, "This is America: WHEN ORDERING 'PLEASE SPEAK
ENGLISH,'" do not violate the city's Fair Practices Ordinance.

Of course it doesn't. Could this be a turning point to a return to common sense in our society?

Just a thought.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Racism And Democrats

Most of us have known for a long time that the Democrats tend to be more racist than the rest of us. Here's another example. We've been aware for some time that the Democrats' socialistic policies and programs are aimed at keeping the poor minorities poor. Now, former vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro opens her pie hole just to reconfirm her racist tendencies.

Ferraro told the Daily Breeze of Torrance, Calif.: "If Obama was a white man, he
would not be in this position. And if he was a woman (of any color) he would not
be in this position. He happens to be very lucky to be who he is. And the
country is caught up in the concept."

Amazingly, Hitlery's response wasn't condemnation of the remarks, but only mildly disagreeing. Just enough to stay out of hot water. In normal Hitlery fashion she let anything negative that is to her benefit go.

Clinton said, "I do not agree with that," and later added, "It's regrettable
that any of our supporters - on both sides, because we both have this experience
- say things that kind of veer off into the personal."

From the queen of both sides of personal.

Just an observation.

Thursday, March 06, 2008

Michigan, Florida Primary Hubbub - Tough!

Here's the problem with the Democrats of today. They don't want to follow the rules. They much prefer changing the rules as they go, to their benefit, of course. Our ol' buddy Howie Dean of the Democrat National Committee informed Michigan and Florida early on of the consequences of bucking the system. Now I guess it's time to see if ol' Howie has grown any stones and will stand up to the whining of Michigan, Florida and Hitlery. Ol' BC has a hard time with the disenfranchised crap some are spewing, especially when it is their own elected officials that put them in this bind. Any chance the reverends will make some noise if they allow a Michigan and Florida count of some sort to put Hitlery over the top?

Just a thought.

Update. . . . . it seems the calcium is already being sucked from Howie's backbone and now he's suggesting a "do over" in Michigan and Florida. That'll cost somebody big bucks and maybe a nomination.

Tuesday, March 04, 2008


When you speak of the worst pollution in the world you speak of Russia, China and India among others. Check it out. It's semi-spooky. One would think with the communist backgrounds of China and Russia they would be more heavenly.

Just an observation.

Monday, March 03, 2008

Global Warming - Losing Credibility

For so long we were seldom if ever privy to comments of those who told the truth about the falsehood of global warming. Some people in the science business chimed in about the "dangers" since money became available. This article points out a couple who are speaking up about the farce.

Coleman also told the audience his strategy for exposing what he
called “the fraud of global warming.” He advocated suing those who sell carbon
credits, which would force global warming alarmists to give a more honest
account of the policies they propose.

This could get interesting. The courts have had a tendency lately to reinvent or to create meanings of laws. They may have their hands full with this.

Earlier at the conference Lord Christopher Monckton, a
policy adviser to former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, told an audience that the science will eventually prevail and
the “scare” of global warming will go away. He also said the courts were a good
avenue to show the science.

Interesting stuff. Scientists who spoke up early on about the non-existence where not given an ear by the main stream media. The left would try to shout them down or call them names and subject them to ridicule. This global warming thing is a tool for more socialism and the truth is beginning to come out.