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I would be willing to bet raynard Jackson's balls are in the back pocket of the republicans. the republicans objective since the day Obama won the election was to shut him down anyway they could. the republicans agenda with the help of the Koch brothers is to take us back to the sixties. the black churches agenda should be to get representatives elected that do not think they are better than we are. your job as a church should be to get your members to the polls and vote to keep the republicans from taking us back. they have done all they could to keep us from voting all across the united states. the republicans are always talking about keeping government out of my business, their objective if elected is to privatize my social security and turn medicare into a voucher program. I am seventy and this election in November is more important than the presidential election because if the REPUBLICANS WON THEN BIG MONEY WOULD HAVE WON THIS ELECTION. the republicans think by making it harder to vote a lot of black people will not show up. PLEASE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE IDENTIFICATION PLEASE GET THIS BEFORE ELECTION, FIND OUT WHERE THE ELECTION FOR YOUR AREA IS TO BE HELD. VOTE EARLY ( TWENTY THIRD) VOTE KAY HAGAN FOR REELECTION IN NORTH CAROLINA AND SHOW THE REPUBLICANS WHATEVER THEY THROW AT US WE ARE READY. CHURCHES HELP US HELP OURSELVES, HELP YOUR MEMBERS GET TO THE POLLS EARLY, AND VOTERS TELL YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS AND STRANGERS THAT IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT TO VOTE IN THIS ELECTION. EVERY VOTE COUNTS.
Posted on October 19, 2014
 
What?!! You mean to tell me that you missed one of the most obvious losers for 2013, the GOP? What rock have you been hiding under to not see this nose diving performance over the past year? With an all time disapproval rating, the GOP really ?stunk up the place? and to add misery, there is an obvious internal war going on within the party that no one knows how it will turn out or affect the party for the future. The stupidity and failure of the ?Ted Cruz? crusade that shut down the government finally made House Speaker Boehner re-grow his balls and push back against the extreme wing of the party and pivot back to more realistic objectives and make some semblance of progress as a legislative body. Witness the devastating losses in Virginia, a supposedly red state. The GOP got it?s clock cleaned, an old fashion, from the hood, ?BEAT-DOWN.? Got a can of ?Whoop Ass? served on it. Add to that the victory of a liberal, progressive Democrat in New York City after years of Republican mayors, what more punishment could the GOP take? Based on the postmortem analysis of their devastating loss in 2012 to ?that black man in the White House, aka Barack Hussein Obama,? the GOP has not made any progress in attracting the demographic groups it claims it needs to win elections. Elections DO have consequences, as Paul Ryan astutely recognized on the floor of the House of Representatives as he worked on a budget compromise with House Democrats. So Mr. Jackson, are you real in missing this obvious loser or are you blinded by the paychecks from your Republican clients and after ?paling around? with right wing elements of the party? Help us out here and explain this inexcusable omission by such a respected black Republican strategist, political pundit, columnist and published author? It may well be that YOU are the one who needs to ?think a new thought? for the New Year, hmmmm?
Posted on January 13, 2014
 

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