Dr. Cornel West in calling the President a disaster is no surprise. Afterall, when one considers that he was the preeminent intellectual who everyone admired and talked about, next to his sidekick Tavis Smiley. Now here comes that darn Senator from Illinois who had the audacity to become the President! Now they are not getting as much attention as they used to receive. So what do you do to counter that reality? You attack the perceived opponent with old issues that should have been addressed years ago but were never discussed. Issues like poverty-been around for over 50 years but under the Obama presidency, you have a poverty tour! Interestingly enough, there was the State of Black America where the issues that plagued black america was discussed, a book was published by Tavis smiley but no solutions have been proposed to the Obama administration, only complaints from jealous schoolboys who cannot handle their emotions. Where were this dynamic tag team during the Bush administration? Where were they during the torture of prisoners of america? where were they when Troy Davis was murdered? Where were they when the hate language and subtle calls for the assassination of our President over the past 3.5 years took place? Where were they when Newt called the President a food stamp president? Maybe they can weigh in on these questions or admit that they are jealous of the success of another intellectually astute black man who transcends race and is trying to help others and is not sitting in his ivory tower and condescending to the less fortunate. Jealousy is an ugly thing and America will always remember their labor of hate.
We have laws that separate the church and the state. To use religion is a low for the professor and his messiah! This is a clear example of laws don't apply to the messiah and his people! They will use any games to trick Poor and Working Class Black people. This is what they learned in higher education.
You are a dangerous person and so is your messiah! This is the real problem. How did some one like this been allowed to educate anyone. Now this fraud is using Jesus for his messiah. This is what went on in NAZI Germany involving Hitler which caused 50 million deaths.
Ricardo Jones will speak about the injustice at the EEOC tonight (Saturday July 28 at 10:00 pm)
If you would like to call in to speak with the host (347) 838-9852
I have no oreo in me that I know of unless it's on my mother side. I don't know my father father's geneology but I think he was black. My father's mother is pure black foot. However, it does not matter because most of Americans are mutts, and I am sure I fit in that catogory too. But to the point. First, Hooray for Obama that he signed that Executive Order. I just found out about it. Second, Hooray for Ricardo that he will speak on the injustice at the EEOC, and I will be sure to view it, and third. Can't we all just get along? I am talking about you Professor Sanders and Ricardo Jones
Professor C. L. Sanders said:
Don't forget the executive order that the president just signed that will invest millions of dollars in raising the level of black academic achievement in schools around our nation. Still nothing about Romney. No surprise here, as you are scared to critique him. Must be the oreo in you.
What ever you are CL Sanders I don't care. As anyone can see what I've done to expose corruption in the Black community. To stop people like you and your messiah I will vote for Romney. I will never support phony's like you and your messiah (obama). I hope there's a special place for those like you in the hereafter.
This is the response from the White House when informed of the FRAUD and CORRUPTION at the EEOC:
July 30, 2012
Thank you for writing. I have heard from many Americans about ways we can fundamentally rethink, reform, and remake our Government so it meets the demands of our times, and I appreciate your perspective.
My Administration is committed to reform that ensures Government serves the public interest rather than special interests. The day after my inauguration, I signed my first Presidential Memorandum, “Transparency and Open Government,” calling for a more transparent, participatory, and collaborative Government that engages with the American people. That same day, I signed an Executive Order that imposes tougher ethics standards on this Administration than any in history. For too long, lobbyists have wielded undue influence, and this Executive Order helps close the “revolving door” between lobbying firms and Government.
We have continued to deliver on our promise of leading an open and accountable Government by launching Ethics.gov—a centralized online database of lobbying reports, ethics information, and campaign finance filings that gives the public unprecedented access to information about how our Government works. In a single, user-friendly format, anyone can access and search millions of records detailing campaign contributions, White House visitor records, and lobbying registrations and reports. Ethics.gov builds on other resources we have implemented to cut down on fraud, waste, and abuse by tracking Government spending, including Data.gov, Recovery.gov, USASpending.gov, and StopFraud.gov.
Additionally, I established the Campaign to Cut Waste in June 2011, which is aggressively rooting out misspent tax dollars, and sent Congress the Consolidating and Reforming Government Act to reinstate the authority past presidents have had to streamline the Executive Branch and create a leaner, more efficient Federal Government. There are currently six major departments and agencies in the Federal Government that focus primarily on business and trade. Consolidating these agencies along with other related programs would improve efficiency and save money. I will continue to develop proposals to make programs more effective and eliminate duplication, overlap, and excess overhead across our Government—improving services for America’s families and businesses and saving billions of taxpayer dollars.
I am also doing everything in my power to help fight the destructive influence of money in politics and rebuild the trust between Washington and the American people. In April 2012, I was proud to sign the historic STOCK Act into law, which prevents Members of Congress from trading stocks based on nonpublic information obtained from their jobs. While this is a step in the right direction, much work remains. The American people also deserve to know who is spending money to influence their votes, so special interests do not drown out the voices of ordinary Americans. And we should limit any elected official from owning stocks in industries they have the power to influence, and make sure people who raise and bundle campaign contributions for Congress are prevented from lobbying Congress.
I am confident that if we continue to join together in pursuit of a fairer society, our Government can uphold our Nation’s founding principles while meeting the demands of the 21st century. To learn more about how we are bringing change to Washington, please visit www.WhiteHouse.gov/21stCenturyGov. Thank you, again, for writing.