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     Say what you want about Larry Sinclair and his message about Barack Obama, he doesn’t bac down easily, if at all !!

“We’re not going to stand by and let publicly regulated radio and television just go for marketing and promoting this kind of racism,” Al Sharpton said about his campaign to take Rush Limbaugh off the airwaves.

Sharpton says he will be going to the FCC next week to demand Limbaugh be taken off the air.

“Rush Limbaugh has the right to say whatever he wants to say, he does not have the right, though, to do it on publicly regulated airwaves. The FCC has the responsibility to set standards,” Sharpton added.

“You can’t say — in the name of free speech, you can’t say anything you want,” Al Sharpton said on MSNBC. “We’re not talking about stopping free speech,” he added.

“We’re not telling Rush don’t say what you want to say, say it at home, not on public airwaves,” he concluded.

for video: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2010/12/06/sharpton_going_to_fcc_limbaugh_doesnt_have_right_to_use_public_airwaves.html

After the 8-28 “Restoring Honor” Rally, the area at the National Mall was left nearly spotless, and many drew comparisons to the mountains of garbage left behind after the Inauguration of Barack Obama.

Today, the liberal base of the Democrats, including SEIU, NEA, AFL-CIO, The Socialist Party, the Young Communists, and others, gathered for their answer to Restoring Honor—- 10-2 One Nation.

Based on what they left behind, we can see what “honor” these groups have for our Great Country:

Rev. Sharpton and Ed Schultz should be embarrassed!

Related: http://weaselzippers.us/2010/10/02/figures-eco-hypocrites-leave-dc-trashed-after-one-nation-rally/

 

Wasn’t the issue of race supposed to disappear with the election of Barack Obama? Instead, Obama and the Left are playing the race card at every possible situation……………….. classic Alinsky!!

“The president is working a crude insider reparations program in administration policy and law-making — for example, in the health care bill, or even administrative matters like the GM dealership closings, race and preferences have been in play. Obama is serious about redistribution by racial favors and quotas, and the legislation supported by his administration always provides preference and sets aside boilerplate that plays to the set asides and preferences bias. Obama and his administration are not post-racial at all. 

Now America is gasping for air with the Obama socialist boot on its neck. Tea Party people have to push ahead and must not be hesitant or afraid. They must stop murmuring about being nice and avoiding being called racists and pull the frightened Republican poobahs along.”

 

“The Marxists/socialists would be happy if they could spit racist into the hole when they throw the last spadeful of dirt on the Tea Party and conservative remains.”

 

“This is the last quarter of the contest — the last chance to fight back!”    

 http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/08/race_war_acomin_1.html

     When Alaska’s Governor Sarah Palin stood before the Republican National Convention to accept their nomination for Vice President,she gave a speech that was meant to quash ANY thoughts that anyone had about WHO she is.

     In her speech, to answer the questions of her “experience”, Gov. Palin said that her role as the Mayor of a small town in Alaska was “much like that of a community organizer, except that as the Mayor she actually had actual responsibility”.

     This statement obviously ruffled the feathers of Sen. Obama, who was a community leader in Chicago’s South Side, and the sentiment was echoed by the likes of Whoopi Goldberg on “The View”. What was lost in the “translation” was the Gov. Palin was NOT disrepecting the role that community organizers play in our society. The point that I interpretted from her statement was that as the Mayor, and as the Governor, she had to play an executive role as the key decisionmaker on the implementation of policy. A community activist rallies the community for their causes, many beneficial to the community at large, but they are not making everyday management and policy decisions.

     In no way should anyone think that Governor Palin was diminishing the role of community organizers. Remember, her road to the Vice-Presidency began by volunteering with the PTA, thus she too began in a community activist role. And, we didn’t hear the Rev. Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson take offense to Gov. Palin’s remarks, did we?