Skip to comments.MAD MARY BERRY
Posted on 12/08/2001 12:17:09 AM PST by kattracksEdited on 05/26/2004 5:02:46 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
December 8, 2001 -- The national embarrassment known as Mary Frances Berry, chairwoman of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, has outdone herself.
Yesterday, Cleveland labor lawyer Peter Kirsanow was sworn in to replace commission member Victoria Wilson. But Berry refuses to recognize Kirsanow; she won't even let any other commission member refer to him as "commissioner."
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The members of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, if they want to be viable, should also ask the little dictator to step down. I don't think American government allows this sort of autocratic behavior. At the very least, she has become what the commission is to disallow. Contact your congressman today; misrepresentation in government is not an option.
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That is because there are some democrats out there that don't support race-baiting politics. Why they still vote the way they do is beyond me.
Come on, W. The country would support you.
This little drama has been staged to sucker the Bush Administration, and their federal Marshals, into a camera ready scenario where Minorities of color - on an otherwise irrelevant civil rights commission - get huge coverage as they are forcibly ejected in a 1950's era Jim Crow banishment. What transparent, evil crap. That's the way they play. Bush is too smart to bite on this ... he'll address this through the courts, Berry and her race baiters will lose SLOOOWLY, and throughout the process the Commission will be completely paralyzed. A perfect outcome. Nice try McAullife, you cockroach. Corporations all. Started and operated by the "rich".
The Democrats will do ANYTHING to smear Bush and create the animus needed among their constitutency groups to hold the Senate and take the House next November. ANYTHING. But it isn't working. Everyone who has unfortunately joined the jobless ranks over the past year don't buy the anti-corporation, anti-rich class warfare spewed by Daschele and his dwarves ... these folks WERE employed by corporations, they KNOW why they are unemployed, and they realize that their personal net worths began a freefall a year or more before Bush took office. They are waiting for High-Tech to begin growing and hiring again, and they will support any plan to free up these firms to expand their operations. They're being covered by COBRA or an employed spouse's health plan. They don't see a future on the government dole, and Daschele and Gephardt do not talk to them with their divisive bile. They WANT to be rehired by Nortel, GE, AT&T, UAL, Lucent, Worldcom, Motorola ... etc. etc. etc.
The lazy idiots, career cronies and professional identity victims among us will always be Democrats. "Eff" 'em. The GOP has only one major vulnerability going into the 2002 elections: Bush needs to craft a bully pulpit plan to pre-emptively block the Democrats' last best gambit .... fear mongering, beyond all shame, any reform of the Social Security system. The Democrats want to fraudulently scare our elderly grandparents, parents and the most vulnerable among us. It's time to wage war against the political terrorism of American liberals.
They probably thought there would be a big flap-doodle and they could play the noble oppressed people for the cameras, which I am CERTAIN were ready and waiting. But as you said, the President and his people are too smart to take the bait.
We will be totally vindicated if Ms. Clinton cancels her Sunday appearance. Ha!
Either way, the publishing company will lose big, big money. Nobody will buy a book from either.
Don't make an issue of this situation. Don't send e-mails. Don't care a whit about this. These people are corrupt, but they are now harmless. Let Victoria litigate the issue to her heart's desire. The amount of personal investment a troll like Victoria Wilson will spend to assert her legal right to that chair: SQUAT. She's a detestable phony.
Let's get used to these schemes. The race baiters need to get black Americans hating the GOP and George Bush again. They tried to engineer a high profile confrontation here, and after the intervention of Federal Marshals into the fray, Berry and Wilson could go in front of Katie and Charlie and Bryant and Brian and Larry and Paula and all the rest and talk about "lynchings" of their due process and characters. Pretty evil stuff, but that's what these ruthless creeps are about. Bush won't bite.
If GW prevails in court, Berry will be stripped of her majority and thus her power.
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You are talking to me in language I understand. I am studying for my CCIE lab exam in February with the hope that I will be hired back into the computer networking field when the economy recovers. We are paying out of pocket for coverage through my wife's employer while she is on extended maternity leave. There must be a lot of us out there in roughly the same boat.
The guy who said "If Bush has the cajones to throw her ..." Uh uh. That's not guts, that's foolishness.
The ONLY reason that the Democrats have any leverage against George W. Bush right now is that the scumbag Jim Jeffords took the chairmanship bribe of the Senate Democrats and turned traitor. I was sickened the other day when guys like Daschele, Reid, Schumer etc. gave Strom Thurmond a standing ovation. They had pinned every strategy and hope throughout the first five months of this session around his death. The Senate Democrats shitcanning seniority and giving away the Chairmanship of a committee in exchange for the defection from the GOP caucus of a Vermont pantload was a desperate move prompted by Thurmond's unwillingness to conveniently die for them. Senate Democrats are universally pr*cks. Not a good one among them (Feingold ... uhhh ... no).
The underestimation of George W. Bush just keeps on keeping on. Especially here on Free Republic. Bush's political instincts are remarkably exact, and his advisors are world class smart and honest. The desperation of the Democrats reveals their understanding of this. Reagan redux - unbeatable man - the worst nightmare imaginable for the liberal elite scum. Wait till Cheney takes his well-deserved retirement and Condi Rice runs with him in 2004 ....