Anyone Get It?
Anyone Get It?
This insanity is one more reason why Barack Obama cannot be elected President of these United States.
The YouTube video shows a commissioner in Dallas discussing traffic tickets that just seem to disappear into a “Black Hole.” However, there is more than one ignoramus on the Dallas commission who took offense at the phrase “Black Hole.” Apparently these dunces have never heard of outer space; all they can relate to are “Black Hoes” or “Black Hos” or however the term for black woman is spelled by Rappers. The dunces took immediate umbrage that a white man would dare to speak Rapper language, and became racially offended, demanding an apology. When The First Dunce is interviewed afterwards, he complained that it’s also hurtful that “angel food cakes” are white, and “devil’s food cakes” are black. Good Lord, some people can take offence so easily that their racist grievances could fill up that Black Hole in no time flat.
Now I never knew that “Devil’s Food Cake” was black. All that I’ve ever seen were “Chocolate.” However, in today’s United States, “Chocolate” is probably a racist slur too, although I’m not really sure. I just cannot keep abreast with all the changes in the language brought about by people who can barely speak our Shakespeare’s beloved English. All I know, Dallas, is that these are YOUR “elected” leaders! Color should not matter. What should matter, is to elect grown-ups with brains, which you have failed to do.
This incident in Dallas has nothing to do with Presidential candidate Barack Obama, yet it has everything to do with him. If he cannot be treated like every other candidate who has run for President for fear of offending his “fragile” racial psyche, how can he be tempered by the fire of the campaign and have his mettle tested? Answer – he cannot in today’s atmosphere of demand for racist grievances.
When citizens go to the polls to vote in November, no matter how attractive Barack Obama, voters will be remembering “Black Holes,” the screeds of Reverend Wright, Whoopie Goldberg’s language on morning television, and last but not least the “most reverend” Reverend Jesse Jackson, all of whom continually demand that the rest of us treat members of their race as delicate, immature children.
Three years ago I wrote “(Canada’s Remembrance Day 2005)” in which I mentioned Canadian military forces serving in Vietnam during the Vietnam War era and the Nobel Peace Prize they were awarded for their service. I never realized the rancor that revelation would come to garner. It began when I was called a LIAR by a Canadian commenter to my own blog:
“The Canadian Armed Forces won a Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in Vietnam.” What year was that? I used Google to save myself from Liberal bias, and discovered that this was a total blatant lie. (October 12, 2006)
To this day I am still being called a “LIAR” for writing facts that I found from my own research.
Political Forum Commenter: “but here is a link to the list of nobel peace prize winners. So far I do not see the Canadians on the list which leads me to believe that this blogger is a liar. They could have only made that up so if they made that up God knows what else.
Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize“
Apparently, for Canadians, the truth hurts. For Canada’s military to be awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for its war efforts is so discomforting to many Canadians that they refuse to believe the facts, and instead, label innocent researchers, such as myself, as LIARS! In 2005, Kerfuffles wrote in “Canada’s Remembrance Day 2005:”
In 1973, the International Commission of Control and Supervision Vietnam (ICCS) was responsible for securing the armistice that lasted two years from 1973 to 1975, known as Operation Gallant. Canada, a member of the commission, contributed Canadian Forces whose role was to monitor the cease-fire in South Vietnam, according to the Paris Peace Conference, and to arrange the release and exchange of more than 32,000 prisoners of war. **The Canadian Armed Forces won a Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in Vietnam.
**The Nobel Peace Prize referenced was awarded in 1988, when United Nations Peace-Keeping Forces were awarded THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE for all peace-keeping duties up to December 1988.
“In 1988, Canada and our peace-keeping forces shared in winning the Nobel Peace Prize. (Proceedings of the Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs, OTTAWA, Tuesday, February 3, 1998.” (See Canadian Peacekeepers and THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 1988.)
In 1988, the Nobel Committee recognized the good work that UN Peacekeepers had accomplished by awarding them the Nobel Peace Prize. The prize was awarded for United Nations-service/Korea service up until 10 December 1988, when the Nobel Peace Prize Award was granted. Therefore, these UN Peacekeepers included the Canadian peacekeeping troops of Operation Gallant, 1973, the military operation associated with the International Commission of Control and Supervision(ICCS) Vietnam whose role it was to monitor the cease-fire in South Vietnam as per the Paris Peace Accords.
Even though it offends the “peace-loving” sensitivities of many Canadians, I stand by my statement: “The Canadian Armed Forces won a Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in Vietnam.” My information came from Canada’s own Canadian Veterans Affairs and Canada’s own Canadian Parliament.
Canadian Parliament, 12 March 1997
Mr. Jack Frazer: I think you will all have received a letter from the Canadian Peacekeeping Veterans Association. In it, in the fourth paragraph, they point out that Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar said in 1988, when announcing the award:
This Nobel Peace Prize is to be shared by every member of the UN Peacekeeping Force since its inception. That meant that Nobel Peace Prize was shared equally amongst the people who qualified for it at that time.
The Government of Canada has built a peacekeeping monument here in Ottawa, but there is no way for any individual, regardless of what medals he is wearing, to indicate he or she was a valid recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize when it was given to the then peacekeepers. That is what the people in the Peacekeeping Veterans Association are keen to have: recognition that they were part of the peacekeepers who won that recognition for Canada. It could be said that others since that time have done basically the same thing, but the truth is, of course, that the Nobel Peace Prize has not been awarded since 1988, so the people before that time do qualify, the ones post that time do not qualify.
My question for Canadians is why do you diminish the sacrifice and service of your own country’s military forces just because they happened to do their peacekeeping service in Vietnam?
The Hidden Dangers of John McCain
That renowned military expert and former commander in chief of all United States Military Forces, BILL CLINTON, has surreptitiously warned us, while speaking at Aspen Colorado, that electing JOHN MCCAIN as president could be very dangerous. CLINTON implies that because JOHN MCCAIN was a Prisoner of War in Vietnam for many years, he could snap at most any moment in the future and lose his temper.
HORRORS of all HORRORS! Even worse, JOHN MCCAIN could go berserk while hosting a state dinner, or while wagging his finger at the nation on national TV. JOHN MCCAIN could become a full blown psychopath leading a nation with nukes. IMAGINE THAT? Well at least JOHN McCAIN will have an honorable excuse for his mental disturbances – he was serving his country as a young man in wartime. So what is former President BILL CLINTON’s excuse is for being a psychopath with a fiery temper? He was never anywhere near a military uniform, much less a war zone, in his youth.
Most unfortunately, the nation did not have the expertise and guidance of BILL CLINTON to keep it from electing a former POW back in the days of President “OLD HICKORY.” Without the “insane” leadership of the man who had fought for his country in two wars, including a stint where both he and his brother were taken as prisoners of war, our nation would undoubtedly be a better one today. It was President OLD HICKORY who did indeed go berserk and create “The Democrat Party.”
The First POW President
If John McCain becomes the next President of the United States, he will make history as the first veteran of the Viet Nam War to be elected. That is a big hurdle for him, as the country has already elected two Presidents from the Viet Nam War era, who never went to war at all. One President, Bill Clinton, managed to avoid even serving in the military during a time of universal draft.
However, if John McCain is elected to the presidentcy, he will NOT be the first Prisoner of War to hold that office. We are a warrior nation, and we have already chosen a former POW to be our leader. Have you forgotten your history? If so, here’s the answer at Blogging the Revolution.