They hate me because I'm black!
No, Mr. Liar-in-Chief, hard-working Americans are tired of not having owned anybody but being constantly reminded that at one time, men, women and children were owned in America.
My forebears arrived here in the early 1900's from East Europe, long after slavery was abolished.
They went to work in the coal mines of PA and were thankful for the chance to make a living for their families in a New World even though they came home filthy every night and died young from black lung and broken bodies.
These days, instead of chains or tracking hounds, blacks are enslaved by being bound to a system of government supports that have served to perpetuate, in general, the destruction of black families and their failure to achieve even basic literacy and assimilation into productive American society.
But, following in the footsteps of the philandering "Reverend" Jesse Jackson, Obama played his best race card this past weekend as commencement speaker at Morehead College in Atlanta.
Listen to Obama infer that all his problems can be traced to the fact that he's black. His strategy is "Deny and Decry."
No, Mr. President, you created your own problems and it's time to quit blaming others for your failures and lies.
I'm sure if Scott Rigell ends up with an pro-gun target on his back, he'll be cooked.
I knew Scott before he ran for the office and liked him. Believed him to be a solid conservative and supporter of gun rights. But after finding out that he was a financial supporter of Obama, my faith began to get shaky.
Hoping aboard Air Force One and sitting on Obama's lap was bad enough but to vote the bastard's gun agenda, I can't forgive him.
He tries to excuse his actions as being insignificant, the donation to Obama was to keep Hillary from winning, taking away my rights to to make a private buy or gun sale without reporting it to the government? Rigell has to be nuts. We legal and law-abiding gun owners shouldn't be the target of his anti-gun wrath - the criminals should be.
Make it illegal for criminals to buy, sell, trade, possess, or use a gun in the commission of a crime: Oh, that's already the law? Well enforce it. Don't make such useless acts and policies apply to me and add more expense for bureaucrats: I don't break any of the laws.
I can't wrap my head around this guy anymore. I will certainly not vote for or work for him again.
Fed Up with two-faced, lying politicians - Virginia Beach
by Kenneth White, President
Following is text of public Statement by Kenneth White, President of Virginia Taxpayers Association, at about 2:30 P.m. Tuesday, May 14, 2013 during Public Comment segment of regular monthly Board meeting of Nelson County Board of Supervisors in Nelson County Court House, Lovingston, Virginia:
From time to time it may be useful, in considering the ongoing relationship between the Virginia Taxpayers Association and the Nelson County Board of Supervisors, to review this relationship, study it, and think how this relationship might be improved. A kind of pattern has emerged where the spokesman for the VTA presents very important new information to the Board about what is going on in the world, the United States, the Commonwealth of Virginia, other local governments and the media, both establishment and non-establishment, which you Board members had not heard or read about before, because establishment
To begin with, the fact is: the entire globe is already under a worldwide dictatorship, run by Goldman Sachs, an ultra high class bunch of gangsters that are too powerful for anyone to correct or control them. Proof that they are gangsters and know it is the large number of lawsuits filed by their own stockholder customers whom they deliberately misadvised to purchase worthless stocks as they pretended to preserve the value of the customers' holdings. So admittedly, Goldman Sachs cannot be called a reputable organization.
Almost 50 people turned out Tuesday night for the organizational meeting of Bad Brass Women - A Shooting Club for Ladies (BBW).
Co-organizers Jessica Abbott and Jaclyn Campbell reported that of the 46 people attending, 23 signed on as members and the club raised $292.
It was literally standing room only in the Frest Crust pizza restaurant on Lynnhaven Parkway.
Women, some with 2-4 small children, others with infants made up the majority of the attendees. About 6-8 men also attended.
The group elected Abbott, chair; Campbell, vice chair; Melody Keeler, treasurer; and Tori Brannock, secretary.
On a request to show hands, about 80% of the women owned guns, (one said she has 11), several had concealed carry permits and a majority indicated they had handled and shot guns before the age of 18.
All were eager to learn the laws relating to weapons, shooting techniques, gun safety, how to dismantle and clean a weapon, and laws relating to weapons and transporting then from state to state.
Abbott said the group’s future meeting will cover all topics for the women; there may bi-weekly shooting sessions at a local range, and assistance will be requested from the various 2nd Amendment groups, such as the NRA, the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL) and the National Association for Gun Rights (NAGR), and local gun shops and other weapons experts available to lend help
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, a once rising star in the state GOP, but who was squeezed out of the running for governor in a power play by Atty. General Ken Cuccinelli, has endorsed Virginia Beach Councilman Glenn Davis for the House of Delegates in the 84th District.
Davis, unchallenged for the GOP's nomination, said he was thrilled at Bolling's endorsement.
Bolling who is boycotting this weekend's GOP nominating convention, has recently formed the Virginia Mainstream Project, to support 'mainstream' conservative candidates.
But his actions after being denied the gubernatorial nomination by his fellow Republicans has created a party split - between the hardcore Conservatives, like Cuccinelli, other Republicans that have more moderate leanings.
Of his endorsement of Davis, Bolling said: "Glenn Davis has shown, both as an entrepreneur and a City Councilman, that he understands it too. Glenn has a record of opposing needless regulations that make it harder for small business to grow, expand, and hire."