Skip to comments.THINK SQUAD: Chicago blacks say Democrats are “clueless" [...]
Posted on 10/18/2012 3:09:42 PM PDT by justlurking
Im just back from a breakfast downtown with members of a group of prominent Chicago blacks who informally call themselves The Think Squad (Thinkers, for short). What Im about to tell you is straight from the source and uncensored
and incredibly shocking in many ways, particularly if youre a Democrat who thinks blacks will always do what the party wants no matter what the party does to alienate blacks. The biggest unreported story in this election is the ANGER being directed at Democrats from not just the pulpits of black churches
but in the circles of black female friends who are often the Big Mommas to their families. These black women are furious with the Democrat Party and Barack Obama and are encouraging their families to just sit home on Election Day.
(Excerpt) Read more at hillbuzz.org ...
Why? Just because they are black? While there is no doubt alot of the rank and file will always vote Dem, “A group of prominent black businessmen” sounds like a Tea Party with a tan. I work with small business all over the state and about 10 percent are black owned.
I drive an orange 2011 Camaro 2SS/SLP with a set of Gadsden flag Yellow, with the snake emblem from the flag and “Don’t tread on me” on the plate under the numbers. I see more and more on the road all the time.
On more than one occasion I have had black business owners become overjoyed at the sight of the plate, when sometimes I was a bit skeptical how they would react. Surprise, surprise. Thats because they are hard working and not looking for handouts. Black conservatives are out there, but they are not vocal.
What I find strange is lately I’ve heard comments by some people in the media (mostly radio) , particularly since the Jesse Jackson Jr story broke, jokingly ask whether or not Obama and he went to the bathhouses together. Or make other jokes that are definite double entendres...Even Red Eye made a funny about it. If I hadn’t read some of Kevin’s pieces, I would have not have gotten the joke.. which makes me think it’s meant for the insiders, who all seem to know.
Never trust a man that crosses his legs like a woman. We he was on the View. Whoopi was sitting like a man and he had his legs crossed just like the other women on the panel.
Sorry. His story is bunk. How can these people be so onto BHO but then not be able to recognize it in someone with whom they're actually acquainted?
Read the rest of the article.
It was the Globe article that hit the newsstands on 10/1.
Kevin’s claim is that it broke the conspiracy of silence.
a) an African-American cashier & customer complaining bitterly about how stupid Jesse Jackson's 'anti-gun' pose is, and how you never see him or his son in the 'hood unless there's a photo op;
b) African-American customers at a store joking and laughing with a white construction worker about how some black males are so bad you can't even give them a job;
c) an African-American woman bus driver who got tired of some black guy (obviously not working) complaining about 'Da Man' and who told him to get off his a$$ and get a job.
I've never seen or heard anything like this in public before. I think O's election has allowed a lot of black people to look at problems more squarely in the eye.
So maybe there's some good in Zero's election (as long as he's gone in January).
Same here, plus having problems with Free Republic.
Will probably stutter with multiple posts.
DuJan also told of the PUMA’s in 2008 - thousands of angry Hillie supporters who were gonna turn out big for McCain.....I’m not quite buying what he’s selling.
Well, Chicago blacks may say Democrats are clueless but how many of them will still vote for them? My guess is a lot and I am not considering the cemetery vote or the multiple voter crowd here in Chicago. Voting in Chicago gives new meaning to the word “corruption”.
Okay, here’s my question: Is this Dujan character for real??? Does this article have any basis at all in fact? Or is he making it up out of whole cloth? Goodness knows it’s intriguing, and when *I* look at Obama my own personal Gaydar goes off BIGtime ... but I sure would like corroboration on this.
The stories about Bathhouse Barry go back to at least 2007/8 - on my radar, anyway. If you image-google “Reggie Love,” you’ll see him cozying up to guys. Of course, Kevin has been pushing this story for years (based on his interviews with Larry Sinclair) and I’m sure when black Chicagoians get together, they can really get down and dirty. I’ve heard worse on a New York City subway platform.