Monday, July 9, 2012

I HATE BILL MAHER: Bill Maher Likes His Black Men Violent and His Black Women Prostitutes

Wayne Brady: Bill Maher Likes His Black Men Violent and His Black Women Prostitutes

The entertainer responds to the HBO host's racist insult with a devastating rebuttal.

Bill Maher, possibly the whitest guy on the planet, believes he’s the reigning authority on what blackness means. While pontificating on the personality of the president, he wished Obama were more like Suge Knight, gangster thug and criminal, and less like Wayne Brady, successful, law-abiding entertainer. For those of you unfamiliar with the gangster rap world, Knight was guilty of many crimes, including theft, assault, and weapons charges. For more on him, just read his Wikipedia entry to be thoroughly disgusted.
Maher clearly believes a person can’t be truly considered black unless he has a criminal record. Wayne Brady, who worked incredibly hard to become successful, is just not black enough in Maher’s eyes because he never beat anyone up…yet. It looks like Maher might not want to encounter Brady without a bodyguard after his insult. Brady responded to Maher on a Girl on Guy podcast with Aisha Tyler:
So, that means it’s a diss to Obama to be called me because he wants a brother-brother, or what he perceives. Just because you f*** black hookers, just because you have that particular black experience. … Now, I’m not saying I’m Billy Badass, but if Bill Maher has his perception of what’s black wrapped up, I would gladly slap the shit out of Bill Maher in the middle of the street, and then I want to see what Bill Maher would do.

Maher is a known misogynist, calling conservative women all manner of horrible names that aren’t fit for print, but Brady’s accusation that Maher likes black prostitutes is more than just speculation. Maher had a famous relationship with rap video girl and porn star Karrine Steffans, who became famous for writing a tell-all novel about the rap world and her experience as a “whore” for rappers (her words). Steffans, a victim of abuse from childhood and from her choices as an adult, didn’t fare better under Maher, who loves to call conservatives racists. Steffans spilled the beans in an issue of Vibe magazine as reported by the New York Post:
Bill wants someone he can put down in an argument, tell you how ghetto you are, how big your butt is, and that you’re an idiot. That’s why you never see him with a white girl or an intellectual. I might as well have been a Muslim woman with my head wrapped, walking 10 paces behind my man. [But] I couldn’t be “Bill Maher’s girlfriend” any more – not when I’m Karrine Steffans . . . best-selling author.
Not at all shocking.


IN SEPTEMBER ...SMALL BUSINESSES NEED TO GO ON STRIKE....To flex our muscle with this Administration:


Obama Invites Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood ...Anti Israel....Islamist Leader to US. Ofcourse he does. Muslims are his Brothers.

Obama Invites Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood ...Anti Israel....Islamist Leader to US. Of course he does. Muslims are his Brothers. 

Sunday, 08 Jul 2012 06:26 PM


Barack Obama has invited Egypt's newly elected Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, to visit the United States in September, an Egyptian official said on Sunday, reflecting the new ties Washington is cultivating with the region's Islamists.
Washington, long wary of Islamists and an ally of ousted President Hosni Mubarak, shifted policy last year to open formal contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood, the group behind Morsi's win. Morsi formally resigned from the group after his victory.
Morsi's success at the polls mirrors the rising influence of Islamists in countries across the Middle East and North Africa in the wake of revolts and protests against autocratic rulers who have led the region for decades.
"President Obama extended an invitation to President Morsi to visit the United States when he attends the U.N. General Assembly in September," Egyptian aide Yasser Ali said after Morsi met U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns in Cairo.
Burns, who did not mention the invitation at a news conference earlier, pledged U.S. support for Egypt's battered economy and said he welcomed Morsi's promise to uphold international treaties, which include a peace deal with Israel.
"We have taken careful note and appreciated President Morsi's public statements about a commitment to international obligations and we certainly attach great importance to Egypt's continuing role as a force for peace," Burns said.
Israel has watched with growing concern the political gains of the Brotherhood, an inspiration for the Palestinian militant group Hamas. The 84-year-old Brotherhood renounced violence as a means to achieve political change in Egypt decades ago.
Analysts say that one way the United States could influence the direction of policy in Egypt, a nation at the heart of Washington's regional policy since a peace treaty was signed with Israel in 1979, would be through economic support.
Washington provides $1.3 billion a year in military aid as well as other assistance and could help mobilise other donors, lenders and investors. Those could prove vital as Egypt tries to stave off a balance of payments and budget crisis.
"The United States is firmly committed to doing everything that we can to support Egypt's economic revival. We understand the challenges that lie ahead and also the president does," Burns told reporters after his two-hour meeting with Morsi.
Burns, whose trip precedes a visit to Egypt on July 14 by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, said he had discussed a $3.2 billion loan package that Cairo has been negotiating with the International Monetary Fund.
"We talked in general terms about the value of moving ahead with the IMF in the interest of Egypt, trying to work out an equitable agreement that addresses Egypt's concerns and needs," he said.
He said the IMF package "can produce not only much needed resources but also sends an important positive signal to investors and donors and Egyptians as they move ahead on economic revival."
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Obama Pledge: I Will Raise Taxes on the Rich... WHO ARE THE RICH ?? Businesses earning $ 250,000 a year? (Thats kills jobs you Kenyan Idiot!)

Obama Pledge: I Will Raise Taxes on the Rich

Monday, 09 Jul 2012 12:59 PM
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President Barack Obama will veto any congressional legislation that extends Bush-era tax cuts to wealthier Americans, the White House made clear on Monday.

"He would not support it. He would not sign that bill," White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters when asked whether Obama would veto any bill passed by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives that keeps tax cuts in place across-the-board for all income levels.

Carney spoke after Obama called for a one-year extension of the Bush-era cuts for families earning less than $250,000 a year, seeking to put Republicans on the defensive and reinforce his re-election campaign mantra of being a middle-class champion.

Obama wants to let tax cuts enacted by Republican President George W. Bush, his predecessor, expire on Jan. 1 for higher income earners.

During his speech, Obama — eager to shift election-year attention away from the nation's lackluster jobs market — called on Congress to extend tax cuts for only low and middle income earners while allowing taxes to increase for families that make more than a quarter-million a year.

"Let's not hold the vast majority of Americans and our economy hostage while we debate the merits of another tax cut for the wealthy," said Obama, flanked by a dozen people the White House said would benefit from the middle class-oriented tax cut extension.

Obama wants Congress to pass a one-year extension of the Bush-era tax cuts for households making less than $250,000 before they expire at the end of the year. He said the outcome of his November election contest with Republican rival Mitt Romney would then determine the fate of the tax cuts for higher income earners.

"My opponent will fight to keep them in place. I will fight to end them," he said.

Obama has long supported expiration of the tax cuts for those making more than $250,000. But the White House and the president's re-election team are reviving his arguments now as a way to paint congressional Republicans as obstructionists and Romney as a protector of the wealthy, suggesting the GOP push for an across-the-board extension of the tax cuts puts the middle class at risk.

The president's announcement also follows Friday's dismal jobs report, which showed the nation's unemployment rate stubbornly stuck at 8.2 percent.

Romney supports extending the tax cuts for all income earners. His campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul said Monday that Obama's proposal amounted to a "massive tax increase" and proved that the president "doesn't have a clue how to get America working again and help the middle class."

The contours of the tax debate are largely the same as they were when the cuts were due to expire at the end of 2010. While Obama opposed an extension for higher income earners then as well, he ultimately agreed to full two-year extension, in part to win concessions for other legislation.

The president did not say whether he would veto legislation this year that again extended the whole range of tax cuts in full, leaving that to Carney to spell out.

Democrats see the tax debate as part of a larger coordinated attack on Romney, which includes intensifying calls for him to explain offshore bank accounts and release several years of tax returns.

The strategy is aimed at portraying Romney, whose personal wealth could exceed $250 million, as disconnected from middle-class voters.

Romney aides say the Democratic attacks on the presumptive GOP nominee's wealth an "unfounded character assault."

Romney hasn't shirked from his wealth in the face of renewed Democratic criticism. He held a $50,000 per person fundraisers Sunday in the Hamptons, New York's exclusive string of waterfront communities on Long Island's South Shore.

Romney aides also announced that the campaign and the Republican National Committee raised a combined $106 million in June, the former Massachusetts governor's biggest monthly haul so far. The Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee raised $71 million last month.

Republican lawmakers immediately balked at Obama's call for a partial extension.

"No one should see an income tax hike next year — not families, not small businesses and other job creators," said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

The president's pitch may also face some opposition from congressional Democrats. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Charles Schumer, of New York., a member of the Democrats' Senate leadership, have both advocated denying the tax cut extension to those making above $1 million annually.

Extending the tax cuts only for households making below $250,000 costs the government about $800 billion less over 10 years than extending them for everyone. The full cuts cost the government about $4.5 trillion over a decade.

Obama was to continue the tax debate Tuesday during a campaign trip to Iowa. His re-election team was also promoting the president's tax policy at a series of events this week in battleground states, including New Hampshire, Colorado and Nevada.

The Bush-era tax cuts are due to expire at the end of the year unless Congress votes to extend them. Economists worry that across-the-board tax increases, along with automatic spending cuts also scheduled to take hold at year's end, could be a blow to the shaky U.S. economy.
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HEY OBAMA DON'T LIE... YOU KNOW... The Real Unemployment Rate Is Nearly 15%

The Real Unemployment Rate Is Nearly 15%

Would you be shocked to learn that the unemployment rate the mainstream media reports does not actually reflect the true unemployment rate in the U.S.?
The reported unemployment rate is 8.2%.
This is the percentage of people who are out of work but are still pounding the pavement looking for a job in the PAST 4 WEEKS !!.
That is different from the more important number, called the Labor Force Participation Rate (LFPR). This number represents all of the people in the entire workforce who could look for work if they tried. When people give up looking for work, they exit the workforce.
Have a look at this graph, courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
As you can see, the LFPR climbed from the 1960s on as women entered the workforce. Now, there are various periods of recession. From 1956 to late 1962, the LFPR fell from 60.2% to as low as 58.4%. This included two recessionary periods. The period from 1990-1991 saw the rate drop from 66.8% to 66.0%.

Now here’s the really bad news: The LFPR is now at its lowest level since 1983, at 63.8%, just off its low of 63.6%. It has fallen by 1.9% points (down from 2.1%) — the largest drop under any president and the largest drop in any period since the Bureau of Labor Statistics started keeping track.
Thus, the real unemployment rate isn’t anywhere close to 8.2% because the reported number doesn’t account for all those folks who have given up and left the workforce. The real number?  Are you ready?  It’s 14.8%.

Oh. My. Gosh. Wait — is this right?  Yes. Here’s how the math works:

Let’s say you’re in a town with 100 people. That’s your labor force, and everyone is looking for work. Let’s say 70 of those people are working, and 30 are not. So you have a Labor Force Participation Rate of 100%, employment of 70%, and an unemployment rate of 30%.
Now, 10 people get frustrated and give up looking for work. So you have a Labor Force Participation Rate of 90% since 70 people are working, 20 are not and 10 have given up. That gives you 77% employment and only 23% unemployment!
What about those 10 dejected people who aren’t being counted? 



For starters, since real unemployment was a lot worse, it explains some of the spending recovery. Now, however, the easy recovery is over. The question is, where do we go from here?
One problem, as I’ve pointed out, is that there’s a capital strike. I believe this will continue as long as President Obama remains in office. So if you think the election will go his way, then I’d not count on much recovery from here.


Real U-3 Unemployment Rate: 11.6%

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Propaganda unemployment rate: 8.1%; Real unemployment rate: 11.6%. Reason for difference: organic growth of labor force which grows alongside the broader population. Don't be confused by cheap explanations on TV why the labor force should be declining (especially with ZIRP meaning pre-retirement workers have to stay in the labor force ever longer to supplant their meager fixed income): the widely accepted definition of the labor pool, that used by the CBO and all other government forecasting agencies, assumes a 90,000 growth in the labor force every month as it has to keep in line with the growth of the US population! The implication is simple: using a real labor force participation rate long-term average of 65.8%, the real unemployment rate in April was 11.6%, based on the 5.4 million additional workers that should be counted as part of the U-3 which then means that the real number of unemployed is not 12.5 million but 17.9 million, which in turn implies a 11.6% unemployment rate in the US. This also means that the spread between the propaganda, and the real number is now 3.5%: the most it has been since the early 1980s.

Sick of the BLS propaganda?

Then do the following calculation with us: using BLS data, the US civilian non-institutional population was 242,269 in January, an increase of 1.7 million month over month: apply the long-term average labor force participation rate of 65.8% to this number (because as chart 2 below shows, people are not retiring as the popular propaganda goes: in fact labor participation in those aged 55 and over has been soaring as more and more old people have to work overtime, forget retiring), and you get 159.4 million: that is what the real labor force should be. The BLS reported one? 154.4 million: a tiny 5 million difference. Then add these people who the BLS is purposefully ignoring yet who most certainly are in dire need of labor and/or a job to the 12.758 million reported unemployed by the BLS and you get 17.776 million in real unemployed workers. What does this mean? That using just the BLS denominator in calculating the unemployed rate of 154.4 million, the real unemployment rate actually rose in January to 11.5%. Compare that with the BLS reported decline from 8.5% to 8.3%. It also means that the spread between the reported and implied unemployment rate just soared to a fresh 30 year high of 3.2%. And that is how with a calculator and just one minute of math, one strips away countless hours of BLS propaganda.
Difference between Reported and Implied Unemployment Rate

And why the Labor Force Participation rate is not declining due to retirement.

HEY OBAMA THE MORON.. ...85,000 Americans went on disability benefit in June (while only 80,000 jobs were added in same period)

85,000 Americans went on disability benefit in June (while only 80,000 jobs were added in same period)

WTF ????  And this a great job recovery track ???

On Top of all the Obama Cabal Taxes: ...U.N. Proposes Global Taxes to Fund ‘Global Challenges’ Such As Climate Change

U.N. Proposes Global Taxes to Fund ‘Global Challenges’ Such As Climate Change