Saturday, May 26, 2012

Travyon Martin Drives These Racists Nuts!
White supremacists find the Trayvon Martin shooting as a recruiting tool for extremism.
LaReyna, posted a video that she found on YouTube. It was discussed yesterday about the latest controversy in the Travyon Martin shooting. A user on YouTube posted a video about his frustration with White supremacists online and their reactionary outrage to the Trayvon Martin supporters.

Newsone, a news agitating website that caters to issues of the Black community has uncovered a notorious website's view of the Trayvon Martin shooting and many are reacting to it.

Chimpout is a notorious white supremacist website and its affiliate website Chimpmania advocate open condemnation of the Black community, President Barack Obama and now Trayvon Martin.

Chimpmania is a response to infighting created by the anonymous owners of Niggermania and Chimpout.

They're a bunch of smart son-of-bitches! They're aware of the possibility of online hacking and possible federal informants online, so they established a few simple rules when join the "mania"!

The site, dedicated to human membership only site dedicated to telling the truth about niggers and to educate humans about them. Relax, enjoy and have fun while following these necessary rules.

#1 ChimpMania is for bashing: (1) niggers, (2) traitorous coal burners and oil drillers; and (3) nigger lovers— ONLY!!! There will be NO bashing of humans and/or religions allowed.
#2 Promotion of violence, threats and/or illegal acts is NOT allowed. Please report any violations of such by clicking the Report Post icon of the post.

#3 Promotion of violence, threats and/or illegal acts directed towards the HNIC, FT and/or the “first fambly” is NOT allowed and will result in an instant and permanent ban. Please note that this is also a federal felony with potential major legal consequences for the poster.
This website merges the two into a solely "nigger bashing" forum where they can openly threaten the Black community and attack President Barack Obama.

I am going to be upfront with you on this website and those who comply to this type of behavior.

Toby As A Pimp Lawn JockeyI was targeted by this website after I posted a video in regards to how YouTube advocates hate speech by allowing these type of people to create a hostile environment online with this type of nonsense.

I received death threats from these people.

I had my passwords compromised and website hacked into by some of these people.

Since I had a few public profiles, these people copied my image and posted photoshopped images of me in derogatory pictures that are considered NSFW (not safe for work).

I had tried to contact the FBI and local police. They didn't really do much because it wasn't a huge priority.

This is most frustrating part of the situation. Law enforcement couldn't do much to stop it. Although this is an open case, there's nothing much I could do other than wait for them to make a mistake.

It takes a while for them to slip. Because you know that the feds are watching these type of websites. The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are actively recruiting informants to spot and track extremism.

There are websites that have extremist views and the U.S. Justice Department are focused on rooting out domestic and international terrorism.

The FBI told me that once you post something online, it's forever. Leaving me to wonder how much damage was done to me personally when these people used my image online.

The most important advice I was given in a case like this, was to not let the enemy know you're sweating.

Because they relish in your defeat. And if you're likely to react to it, then giving them the benefit!

In the face of strength, it's always been President Barack Obama. Even in the face of great opposition, President Obama maintains a level head. He has been the subject of death threats, slander, derogatory pictures of him, First Lady Michelle Obama and his two children.

I know he probably gets upset over the hate he gets from conservatives and even some of his strongest allies. But when you're the President of The United States, you're not the president of white people, black people or people of color, you're the president of everyone. He takes lumps but still keeps it moving!

Whether they like it or not, our president is Barack Obama. And if he's reelected, the hate will continue and it might get worse. But it's a risk I'm willing to take if we could have a better economy and a stable society.

Most overseas look at the United States as the land of opportunity. With websites that channel to those who harbor bigoted views towards race, gender, sexuality, nationality, religion, language, political and economic standings, it's more likely those overseas look upon the United States as country that is totally inferior when it comes to progress.

White supremacists are online through these website forums such as this one, Stormfront, Niggermania, Diversity is Crap, Irateirishman, National Vanguard, White News Now, Mr. Shaved Long Cock, Stuff Black People Don't Like, The Color Of Crime, New Sexon, and Podblanc. These websites cater to the most extreme elements of society. And this is not just here in the United States, but Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Russia and Germany. These people are recruiting online. They're growing in the age of Barack Obama and a browner nation.
Racist website targets Trayvon Martin
Chimpout is a notorious white supremacist website that advocates open condemnation of the Black community, President Barack Obama and Trayvon Martin.
Newone has been actively involved in the Trayvon Martin case and we here a Journal de la Reyna are as well. As this story unfolds, we're still going to speak out against the injustices that affect the Black, Hispanic/Latino communities and other people of color.

Chimpmania has dubbed Trayvon Martin as "lil' Skittles" and found many uses for the popular candy.

Many online users were celebrating the shooting and saying it's justifiable because he's a Nigger!

One of these users hacked into Trayvon Martin's Facebook and Twitter page to obtain statements in which the teenager advocated for marijuana use and typical teenager behavior.

Some of the controversial statements from these users online included a dig at Black Voices, a website that merged with the Huffington Post in 2011. Black Voices is devoted its coverage to the Trayvon Martin shooting.

Obtained by Newsone
The nigger-loving libtards are going wild. Huffington-Puffington Post creates an ENTIRE SECTION dedicated to this good little jig:

My take, just another useless nigger that got what it deserved, yet the law abiding citizen has already been tried and found guilty by the filthy black masses, just because the fruit of his labor happens to be a greasy-ass koon. Just wait until the grand jury finds this hero innocent. Let the games begin!!!
Some of these users online have channeled a certain conservative agitator's word salad. This conservative agitator and his favorite website are already under fire for controversial themed issues that appeal to website like this.

The extremists within the conservative movement are strong.

But we are stronger. And we will not rest until justice is done.

The Trayvon Martin controversy has split between racial and political lines. Blacks overwhelmingly figure that the young man, George Zimmerman was reckless in his decision to follow Martin. Most Blacks figure that if Zimmerman would have listen to the 9-1-1 dispatcher to not pursue the individual, this incident could have been avoided. Zimmerman's cozy relationship with the Sanford Police also comes under fire. This controversy tarnishes the case because in my mind, the police negligence led to the massive protests.

With these massive protests, most Blacks feel that their lives are never safe even when we're in favor of community policing. Police and the Black community have a shaky relationship.

Many Black men are incarcerated more than any other race. 

The gap is growing and we must figure out solutions to prevent Blacks from being scapegoated as the problem of the country.

Let me say this again for those who continue to undermine the Black community.

How come it's always the ones who fail a making a complete sentence?

Why are they the ones complaining?

We should be complaining about how atrocious their spelling is, not their racial slurs!

You can find this article here or at the Journal de la Reyna. Visit our affiliates such as  Just One Black Man, The Respectable Negros, Christopher King and Maybe It's Just Me for more stories involving the Trayvon Martin shooting and monitoring online extremism.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Race Baitng Is A Drudge Manifesto!

Scaring Up Votes, The Drudge Manifesto! Race-baiting conservative agitator puts the fear of Black thugs in the minds of extremists. Matt Drudge roots for The Great American Race War.
It's no surprise of the alliance between the Breitbart News Service and The Drudge Report. They work hand in hand trying to point out the issue of Black on White violence. A theme that's run popular

But I want to make it clear, U.S. crime rates are down.

Racial based incidents aren't on the rise. It's actually on the decrease. There's far more incidents that involve white males committing hate crimes.It's mostly a product of the extremism within the conservative movement.

They're trying to justify incidents within the controversial Trayvon Martin shooting. In the mind of a conservative, Black on White violence is rampant and the media isn't reporting it!

Once again, if you harbor bigoted views towards someone's race, gender, sexuality, nationality, religion, political and economic standings, you're deemed an extremist in my eye.

I don't care what political affiliation you represent, if you're a conservative on an issue, you're likely to hold a bigoted view on an issue.

The Drudge Report caters to extremism. In order to stay relevant, the conservative agitator looks for stories that offer red meat controversies. Conservatives harbor bigoted views toward race, gender, sexuality, religion, language, nationality, political and economic standings.
Who the heck goes around sending racist emails with depictions of President Obama like the one above?

Who the heck goes around saying the Blacks are lazy, immoral, welfare loving, "gubmint" supporting parasites? Note the spelling of the word gubmint, a popular white supremacist colical term to describe the government.

Who the heck complains about the likelihood of a society getting browner?

I come to the conclusion that white conservative men provoke the Black and Hispanic/Latino community.

Conservative agitators are the reasons for uneasy among the races.

According to McKay Coppins, of Buzzfeed a liberal agitating website that channels viral events, he wrote that: [If] you've spent much time consuming conservative media lately, you've probably learned about a slow-burning "race war" going on in America today. Sewing together disparate data points and compelling anecdotes like the attack in Norfolk, conservative bloggers and opinion-makers are driving the narrative with increasing frequency.

Their message: Black-on-white violence is spiking — and the mainstream media is trying to cover it up. This notion isn't necessarily new to the right, which has long complained about stifling political correctness in the media and the rising tide of "reverse racism." But the race war narrative has gained renewed traction during the Obama years, as various factors — from liberals' efforts to paint the Tea Party as racist, to the widely-covered Trayvon Martin shooting — have left conservatives feeling unfairly maligned, and combative.

Here what you do if you're one these conservative agitators who respond to my post!

Take your Tea Party signs, your phony patriotism rants, Obama bashing, minority complaining nonsense to these so called crime ridden Democratic strongholds you're complaining about. Let's see if you can take your online rhetoric to the streets you claim are crime infested Democrat areas! Let your guns, Bibles and "think you're better than others" crap to those you feel stifle the majority.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Gadfly Candidate Ron Paul: Good Riddance!

The gadfly candidate for president, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) is broke. And he's no longer capable to campaign in the final primary states.

Instead of throwing in the towel, he urges his cult followers to continue the fight all the way to the Republican National Convention despite him ceasing his primary stomps.

The cult refuses to acknowledge his suspending of active campaigning. They will never get it through there mentally challenged heads that the game is over.

The cult of Ron Paul is in such disarray. They don't even understand the logic of politics! They will continue to support a candidate that had no chance of winning in the first place.

Okay, cult members, there's no possibility for him to running for the nomination of the Libertarian Party. The former governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson is the nominee for the Libertarian Party.

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky isn't going to be the choice of vice president when perennial candidate Mitt Romney becomes the nominee. It's not worth Romney's to have conspiracy kook a breathe away from the presidency.

The Federal Reserve will be here! Today. Tomorrow. And probably by the time Ron Paul is dead and gone.

Black males aren't born criminals. Ron Paul you got it twisted. White conservative men will always provoke the Black community with inflammatory rhetoric. Talk radio, White on Black crime, stereotyping and racial insults are leading agitation among conservatives and the Black community. What causes crime between Black and White men? A White conservative male provoke a Black person with rhetoric that is considered threatening to the well-being of the person.

Ron Paul's white nationalist friends are going to have support someone! Maybe the American Third Position or the Constitutional Party?

Ron Paul is American least favorite politician. There's no doubt that!

Ron Paul has no love for the gay community! He proven that when he got ambushed by comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. The comedian took on the persona of the gay agitator Bruno.

Ron Paul thinks women are irrelevant. He would rather oppose legislation that favors women. Let's say that he's against family leave. He's supports legislation that rolls back Roe v. Wade.

Ron Paul supports the Republican Party over 90% of the time when it comes to Paul Ryan's austerity cuts. But Paul goes further. He wants to eliminate the Departments of Education, Energy, Commerce, Housing & Urban Development, and Interior. He wants to eliminate domestic spending like farm subsidies, food stamps, welfare and unemployment benefits for laid off employees.

Ron Paul has ties to extremists. He took pictures with White supremacist Derek Black and his father blogger Don, the creator of Stormfront. The white nationalist website actively donates to the campaign and Paul refuses to return the money. Paul appeared on The Political Cesspool, a radio program by James Edwards, a contributor to Stormfront.

Ron Paul has no love for immigrants. The Ron Paul newsletters, one of the many controversies that spawned through the 2012 U.S. Presidential Campaign have been released once again. Paul shares his disgust of the vermin of society.

Ron Paul has no major accomplishments either as a congressman or a presidential candidate. This is the third time he's tried to run for president. From the moment he announced he would run for president, the American people written him as the perennial gadfly.

I consider him Ron Perot. A ploy upon the Texas businessman and founder of the Reform Party, H. Ross Perot. The candidate who ran for president in 1992 and 1996. Many Republicans claim that Perot helped Bill Clinton become the President of the United States. With these running for president it has ruined President George H.W. Bush and Senator Bob Dole's campaigns and allow two successful victories for Clinton.

Ron Paul will have no impact whatsoever to Mitt Romney. Romney is aware of the disgruntled cult members. Romney may try to soothe over Paul's cult. And believe me there's chatter!

Those die-hard cult followers of Ron Paul will never get over the fact that it's over! He's retiring from Congress and this was the make-or-break moment for the campaign.

If there's any sign of treason (selling out), Paul would endorse Romney and tell his cult followers to support him.

I doubt it, but it could be a possibility that if Romney does win the presidency, he may put Paul in his administration. But I doubt it. There shouldn't be any talk of a Federal Reserve Chairman Ron Paul.

And with this being over for him, what the cult going to do now. Blame everyone but themselves?

Sunday, May 13, 2012

They Shoot Hoodies, Don't They?

'Trayvon Martin' gun range target (WKMG)
A good ole shooting target based of the Trayvon Martin shooting. This is causing an uproar!

Dumb, dumb, dumb.

In the wake of a tragedy. The shooting of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin is driving some idiots out to making a profit off the controversy.

There's an unknown seller who decides to make these ridiculous target papers. The person who created this  favors of George Zimmerman, the young man who is accused of second-degree murder of this teenager.

According to the blogs, the seller is from Virginia and he's managing to sell these papers at a record pace.

The person went as far to mention the items that Trayvon Martin was found with after the shooting. A pack of Skittles and a can of Arizona Ice Tea.

The person claims that the unarmed teenager is a "thug" and people who support George Zimmerman should pick up a ten pack of these "Trayvon Martin Hoodies Targets" for a few bucks. Of course, plus shipping and handling!

Friday, May 11, 2012

Sean Hannity: [Obama] Is A Bully!

The Washington Post revealed a piece about Republican presumptive nominee, the perennial candidate for president former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. It's a landmine that he and his Republicans allies will step on and boom, another culture war.
In the wake of this controversy, the Romney campaign apologized for the incident. The campaign believes it was deliberate attempt by the Obama administration to distract from the issues of the economy.

Mitt Romney, the perennial candidate running for president, is a bully. Look how he took out Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum. He beat them down hard. They still have bitter feelings towards him.

They've endorsed him but does it mean they'll support him?

Yes, I kind of figure that the dog whistles are out today. We are moving past the Republican candidates.

There's only one candidate. We moved past the Occupy Wall Street protests, Andrew Breitbart death issue, Sandra Fluke slut slur, Trayvon Martin shooting controversies. Now we are focused on the Barack Obama goes "gaga" for gay marriage controversy.

President Barack Obama offers his opinion on these issues and they become landmines. This issue could hurt him more than his Republican opponent.

The former governor's childhood past is coming back to haunt him. A person who knew Romney told the Washington Post that he was once a bully to a student he thought was gay. Romney and few of his former classmates, ganged up on the student and cut his hair. The student had mannerism that were perceived as gay and Romney

Conservatives are upset that the Washington Post released the story. A conservative agitator who spends three hours a day on his radio show and one hour on his news program obsessing with Barack Obama isn't having none of that.

This conservative agitator would recruit two more conservative agitators to his panel to discuss the "mild prank" Romney played on this student. And then in turn use this as another excuse to blame President Barack Obama.

This conservative agitator uses the audiobook of Dreams With My Father to find an incident in which then a young Barack Obama shoves a young girl after he rejected her as a girlfriend.

This conservative agitator never lets a story that bashes the president go unnoticed. This person obsesses with President Barack Obama. This conservative agitator rehashes old political controversies such as Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers.

This conservative agitator is the go to guy when a Republican candidate needs a boost or a controversial figure needs to get some cover. This conservative agitator lobs softball questions at Republicans and throw screwballs at the "straw man" liberal or the Democrat appearing on his program.

This conservative agitator is friendly with Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Connecticut), the former Democrat who endorse John McCain, an Arizona senator who ran for the Republican nomination for president.

This conservative agitator has "Democrat" friends. Dick Morris, Kristen Powers, Tamara Holder, Pat Caddell, Doug Schoen or talk radio host Alan Colmes appear on this program.

These so called "Democrats" all supported Republicans and conservative causes for the umpteenth time.

Dick Morris, Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen are working to defeat President Barack Obama. They endorse candidates or forums that support the radical conservative agenda.

This agitator is Sean Hannity and he's on America's most watch cable news network, Fox News.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Fox Nation Shares A Few Moments Of Hate Towards The President's Support Of Gay Marriage!

Dictating Divas: Mitchell Romney


Another controversial movie from actor/comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. The Dictator is coming to movie theaters and it's going to be another shocking success.

The Honorable Leader Of the Republic Of Wadiya, General Shabazz Aladeen has weighed in on the 2012 U.S. Presidential Elections.

He has decided that the man capable of leading this nation is Mitchell Romney.

In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, the leader of Wadiya stated:

Well, I would say Santorum, despite his liberal views, but since he is out of the running, I don't know. In terms of policies, I would have to say the Republicans if they could only become a little less extreme. … But in terms of getting into power in America, I would have to support the Democrats. If they can enable a Kenyan to become president, then why not Wadiya? But if it was the money that I was giving, I support  – and I give my full support to  –  Mitchell Romney. He has the makings of a great dictator. He is incredibly wealthy but pays no taxes, and it's not much of a leap to go from firing people to firing squads and from putting pets on the top of a car to putting political dissidents on the top of them.

Singer/actress/activist Cher went to Twitter to trash the Republican soon to be nominee.

Cher and her son Chaz, a transgendered man/activist are strong supporters of gay rights. 

According to E! News online, Cher lashes out against the Republicans.

So, it wasn't really surprising to see her criticize presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney via Twitter today—but it was kinda surprising when a couple of her tweets disappeared.
What did the iconic pop star and Oscar winner decide was worthy of a little self-censorship?

Before she deleted some of her Twitter postings, the most controversial ones were:

"If ROMNEY gets elected I don't know if I can breathe same air as Him & his Right Wing Racist Homophobic Women Hating Tea Bagger Masters," read one of Cher's tweets from early this morning that has since been deleted.

The remark attracted a variety of responses, some more profane and negative than others.

Cher replied to one, "Nice Mouth ! U learn that at Church, Gun Show,or how to press your Klan costume Klass?" (That, and the nasty tweet directed at her, are still online.)

To another user who called her an "atten.whore," Cher fired back, "Actually I'm Not & if u Dislike Me SO.. Get Off My Site it Cant B Fun 4 U !"

Another Cher tweet that disappeared, however, was this: "TOO HARSH? That's me Holding BACK! They care nothing about the POOR The OLD The SICK The HUNGRY CHILDREN & People striving 4 a Better LIFE ! –"

Cher and Chaz Bono have family members that are Republicans. Congresswoman Mary Bono-Mack (R-California) was the fourth wife of the late singer/congressman Sonny Bono, a Republican.

Congresswoman Bono-Mack is married to U.S. senatorial candidate, Congressman Connie Mack IV (R-Florida).

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

If You're Looking To Piss Off Gays, Vote For North Carolina's Amendment Banning Gay Marriage!

North Carolina votes on a controversial amendment that could prevent benefits to same sex couples. Gay marriage has become a national issue in the 2012 elections. Many Americans are favoring gay marriage. But so far, they're those who will use this as a wedge issue to pit President Barack Obama's allies against one another.

This is the North Carolina Republican Primary.

Perennial Republican candidate, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is slated to coast to victory here in the state. Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas), the perennial challenger also running for president is likely going to concede that he has no chance of beating Romney. Paul will continue his failed attempt at running for president all the way to the Republican Convention in Tampa, Florida.

One thing these two Republicans agree on. When it comes to marriage equality, they're against it. They rather define marriage between one man and one woman.

Now I am straight person who is Black.

I seen how our society has changed over the years.

You got to say that being intolerant of others isn't right!

I was once that type of person!

Nowadays, I work and associate with people of all backgrounds. And some of my friends are gay! I have become more tolerant of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered community.

I am openly endorse equal rights for the GLBT community. This country has to put aside the hateful rhetoric and unite as one people for this great country we call the United States.

This is becoming a national controversy. The state of North Carolina is about to make a referendum on marriage inequality. The state is slated to vote to ban gay marriage. A state constitutional amendment is going to have an impact on progress.

North Carolina Republican state senator Peter Brunstetter authored the Amendment 1 and called upon the voters to support it. This will end benefits for same sex partners and prevent equal protections for gay couples. This could affect straight non-married couples who seek benefits as well.

Some of the critics of this amendment acknowledged that Brunstetter's wife Jodie has stated that this gay marriage ban may have a strong support among Caucasian race. Many believe that her oft-comments could contribute to her acknowledgement that North Carolina Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment 1 Reportedly Was Written To Protect 'Caucasian Race'!

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In what is slated to be a devastating blow to the gay rights community comes from a state that helped President Barack Obama in the 2008 United States Presidential Election.

Gay rights groups are urging President Barack Obama to come out in favor of gay marriage. The president is very cautious on this issue. It's a political expediency that President Barack Obama is silent on this issue.

Right now, the Republicans and their allies in the radical Christian conservative movement are pressuring Republican nominee in waiting Mitt Romney to push a harsher agenda against gay marriage. Under pressure, Romney fired a foreign policy adviser who was openly gay. Romney once supported civil unions for gay couples. In 2004, Massachusetts became the first state in the union to acknowledge gay rights. Under watch of Romney, gay marriage became official.

Vice President Joe Biden recently spoke in a favor of gay marriage. The White House walked back some of the vice president's comments and spoke in opposition of Amendment 1. What Vice President Biden said has became an issue and yes the Republicans will seize upon this and many comments coming from the Obama campaign.

The president has tried to appeal to his core voters in the GLBT community by the legal fight against DOMA, signing laws that allow domestic partners to have benefits if they work for the government.

The president hired more administration officials that are openly gay. More than former presidents, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. But it's not enough according the GLBT community.

President Barack Obama has a strong hold on the GLBT community, but it's waning slightly.

After the passing of the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, the controversial law that required military officers to disclose their sexuality, many Republicans felt that the president is trying to landmine them into debating the culture war.

Yes, the Republican Party spent a majority of their term invested in the culture war and its impact is being felt. The issues of restricting abortions, silencing women's rights, gay rights, passing voter identification laws to restrict voting rights from minorities and the poor are causing great concern among the Democratic Party.

The stripping of union bargaining rights, repealing civil rights laws and stalling economic progress is the plan of the Republican Party and its allies in the conservative movement. They want to pass austerity measures to cut domestic spending in social programs such as food stamps, unemployment benefits and welfare.

There are notable activists have recently weighed in on the issue of gay marriage and made concerns toward the president and his political allies.

Lady Gaga  and Ellen DeGeneres are probably the most famous that came out in favor gay marriage.

Rachel Maddow, a controversial political analysis for the liberal-leaning network MSNBC went to bat and chided Republicans for undermining gay rights.

Republican gay activist Dan Choi, was one of the outspoken voices of the gay marriage issue. He was once a  language specialist, who was dismissed from the military. He spoke out against DADT, and warned that gay community will stay away from President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential elections. Choi declared that he would not be afraid to vote for a Republican.

Talk radio host Stephanie Miller, a liberal activist came out in 2010, after the Tyler Clementi suicide. Miller, a comedian who is becoming a mainstream figure in talk radio has urged the GLBT community patience with President Barack Obama. Miller acknowledged that the president's political foes will use this issue as a wedge if the controversy was to spearhead towards the election.

Dan Savage, a gay political writer has been actively engaged in the fight in North Carolina. He criticized Republicans and Christian conservatives for using the Bible as a wedge issue to stop equal rights. Savage has called out Republicans for hiding in the closet when it comes to equal rights for gays.

CNN anchor Don Lemon, most notably acknowledge he was gay. In a book he written, Lemon wanted the public to know that as professional journalist his sexuality was never a question to those who worked and associated with him. He also wrote that he was molested when he was child.

Republicans are going to push forward social conservatism into the Black community. Many Black people are socially conservative on the issue of gay marriage. Blacks strongly oppose legalization of gay marriage.

More Blacks are intolerant of gay rights. It's an issue that's discussed through outlets such as rap music, websites agitators such as WorldStarHipHop, comedians such as Tracy Morgan, actors like Issiah Washington, political commentators such as Roland Martin and Black clergymen such as T.D. Jakes and Eddie Long.

The Black community refuse to acknowledge this as an issue of Civil Rights.

Americans slightly favor gay marriage.

Six states have state recognition of gay marriage.

The federal law that prevents gay marriage, Defense of Marriage Act is being challenged in court.

Gay suicide among teenagers and adults is becoming a problem. The issue also turned violent when a gay teenager brought a stun gun to an Indianapolis school to scare off bullies. Chelisa Grimes and her son,  Darnell "Dynasty" Young, were on CNN after he faced charged for being an assault weapon to school.

Being bullied at school Young felt that he had to protect himself from those who were bullying him. Now he pays the price for the ineffective school administrators who didn't prevent the bullying or him from bring the stun gun to school in the first place.

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Now once again, my honest opinion is simple. The Republican Party and its allies in the conservative movement are wrapping their asses and eventually their necks around the American flag in defense of these ridiculous culture wars. This is a real issue. There are people who determined to divide this country into groups and oppose those who want to stand out as a voice of many.

This vote in North Carolina will be a test of how Republican culture wars impact on the United States.

The state governor Bev Perdue, a Democrat who will not seek reelection has noted that the impact could hurt the brand of North Carolina. Many liberal activist are threatening a boycott of the Democratic National Convention if this amendment is to be passed.

Could the Republican Party have the power to change the narratives?

Again your guess is as good as mine.

You can read this article and others here and at Journal de la Reyna.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Arnold Schwarzenegger Looking To Terminate Relationship With His Beloved Republican Party

President Barack Obama embraces Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2009. In the background, then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) is standing in the background. The Terminator is fed up with his party's extreme positions. 

The former governor of California is coming to grips with his own party and their pandering to extremists.

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is going to be the Republican nominee for president. Romney will be moving away from his moderate positions to cater to the conservatives within the Tea Party. The Republican nominee will say or do anything to defeat President Barack Obama. His allies in the conservative movement are working in overdrive to make this a referendum on the president and his handling of the economy.

Arnold Schwarzenegger, is an actor, director, and once served two terms as the governor of California. He won in a recall election in 2003, against embattled Democratic governor Gray Davis. During his time as governor, Mr. Schwarzenegger faced harsh criticism over his handling of the economic turmoils that California was facing.

He allied with President Barack Obama when it came to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (the Stimulus) in which it helped California through a major budget crisis. The former governor was considered a moderate. As a moderate governor, he managed to work across party lines to solve some of the problems of the state. The former politician has openly spoke out against the Tea Party and those in the Republican Party. Unfortunately during his term as governor, Mr. Schwarzenegger left his successor Democratic governor Jerry Brown a bigger hole to dig out of!

And already, the perennial Mr. Brown, serves as governor California once again to fix the mess his Republican predecessor left.

Life after the governorship was kind of rough for the former bodybuilder Mr. Schwarzenegger. He's facing a divorce from his wife Maria Shriver after news broke of an illicit affair with his housekeeper in which he bore a child.

Being an unlikely ally to President Barack Obama, could cost a politician their job, according to many in the Tea Party. And the way it's going, the Republicans are hunting RINOs. The acronym RINO stands for Republican in Name Only.

According to the conservative movement, RINOs are members of the Republican Party who are have views that are considered liberal or moderate.

Republicans who view themselves as pro-choice, anti-war, gun control, legalizing of drugs, tax and spend law endorsing, and the ultimate sin, supporters of President Barack Obama, are facing the backlash of the Tea Party. And yes, the Tea Party has managed to scalp heads.
Many Republicans are facing primaries. The conservative movement wants to purge all moderates out of the party.

Senator Richard Lugar (R-Indiana), Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) are facing tougher opponents within their own party. Senator Lugar and Senator Hatch have worked with Democrats in the past, and now they could be facing a defeat in the primaries.

Senator Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) is retiring from the senate after express disgust with members of her own party. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-Texas) is retiring from senate. Her

Other moderates include: Senator Scott Brown (R-Massachusetts), Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine), Senator Dean Heller (R-Nevada) and Senator Mark Kirk (R-Illinois). They are shifting positions further to the right putting the Republican Party in the position of extreme.

In 2009, Senator Arlen Specter endorsed the Stimulus. He was the first of many Republicans facing a tougher reelection bid. He faced Pat Toomey in the Republican primary and was slated to lose. Senator Specter defected from the Republican Party. But unfortunately the Democratic Party wasn't interested in keeping him among the party faithful, so he lost in the 2010 Democratic Primary to then Congressman Joe Sestak. But the Democrats ended up losing the seat to Toomey, a fiscal and social conservative who once held title as president of the Club for Growth organization.

Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) was facing a primary against Joe Miller, a Tea Party backed candidate. She was defeated in the Republican primary. Senator Murkowski was able to manage a successful write-in campaign against Miller and ended up winning the election as an independent.

The Republican Party ended up recapturing the House of Representatives, and gaining seven senators who managed to be the sole opposition of President Barack Obama.

The Democrats are having a rougher time trying to keep their moderate members of the U.S. Senate.

Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Connecticut), Senator Ben Nelson (D-Nebraska), Senator Jim Webb (D-Virginia), Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-New Mexico), Senator Kent Conrad (D-North Dakota) are among the many Democrats who are getting out of Congress. They feel that too much partisan gridlock and the extreme positions of both parties have isolated them from the needs of the American people.

In an opinion piece from the former governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger criticizes the positions the Republican Party. He fears that the pandering to extremism will cause the Republicans to lose in the general election.

Schwarzenegger wrote in the Los Angeles Times that:
[He was] bothered by the party's recent loss of two up-and-coming Republicans: San Diego mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher, currently a state assemblyman, and former assemblyman and current Congressional candidate Anthony Adams, both of whom left the party to become independents. On the one hand, I respect their standing up for principle. On the other, I hate to see them go.

I'm sure they would have preferred to remain Republicans, but in the current climate, the extreme right wing of the party is targeting anyone who doesn't meet its strict criteria. Its new and narrow litmus test for party membership doesn't allow compromise.

I bumped up against that rigidity many times as governor. Not surprisingly, the party wasn't always too happy with me. But I had taken an oath to serve the people, not my party. Some advisors whose opinions I respect urged me to consider leaving the party and instead identify myself as a "decline to state" voter. But I'm too stubborn to leave a party I believe in.

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Romney Aka The Flip Daddy: Oh Me, Oh My! Rich Am I! [Obama] Wants Punish Me For Me Riches!


Not exactly what the soon to be Republican nominee for president, former governor Mitt Romney said, but it's how he acts. This perennial candidate for president Mitt Romney will say or do anything to win.

His goal is to tear down his political foes. He's proven successful to beating down challengers Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, but could this guy beat President Barack Obama? Is all the talk about the former governor strengths about being an economic wiz helpful or hurtful.

Could Romney's hammering of the president on his handling on the economy be an effective strategy?

Here's a taste of the gaffe-prone candidate at the home of John Schnatter, the founder of Papa John's Pizza.

From the AOL Huffington Post Media Group the soon to be Republican nominee talking about how Democrats would hate the fact he and Mr. Schnatter are so successful!

Willard Mitt Romney was born March 12, 1947 is an American businessman and politician. He was the governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007. He co-founded the equity firm Bain Capital.

Romney is married to Ann (nee Davies) who he met at Brigham Young University, They've married in 1969, raised five children and many grandchildren. Romney will be the first Republican nominee who is a practicing Mormon (Church of Latter Day's Saints).

Romney ran for president in 2008. Romney lost to Senator John McCain (R-Arizona). Many conservative agitators dreaded McCain, and openly endorsed Romney while on radio or television.

Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Mark Levin, Matt Drudge, Jesse Lee Peterson, Jay Sekulow and Lars Larson are notorious conservative agitators who openly endorse Romney in 2008.

Now in 2012, Republicans are concerned that Romney may follow the same formula that cost John McCain the election. The Republicans urged the candidate to take the middle ground to appeal to the crucial independent voters. The conservative wing of the Republican Party which is credited to the Tea Party Movement is very upset over the perceived media bias in favor of Romney and the brutal treatment of former senator Rick Santorum, Governor Rick Perry (R-Texas), business executive and radio host Herman Cain and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-Minnesota) were favorites among the Tea Party.  Romney wasted no time eliminating his political foes. Some of their core supporters are upset over the primaries. And of course, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas), the gadfly candidate who is slated to create havoc at the Republican Convention in Tampa, Florida.

Rush Limbaugh who was in favor of Romney in 2008 didn't endorse him for president. He was very concerned with Senator McCain and his stance on undocumented workers (illegal immigrants), McCain-Feingold law that required political organizations to limit their campaign contributions, and his reach across the aisle stance on major issues. Limbaugh declared on talk radio that Romney isn't a conservative.

Romney is a notorious flip-flopper and President Barack Obama is willing to go negative to discredit him as an out of touch politician who caters to the extremists in the Republican Party.

Already Romney is facing scrutiny over the firing of Richard Grenell, an openly gay foreign policy advocate after conservative religious leaders warned him of a mutiny.

John Fugelsang, a CNN commentator and talk radio host gave the Romney campaign unease. Campaign adviser Eric Fehrnstrom compared the former governor to an "Etch-a-Sketch". That gaffe has proven to be fruitful to Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich during the primaries. This also gave the Obama Presidential Campaign a new talking point when it's discussing the potential nominee's stances on issues.

He made the awful gaffe, "Corporations are people, my friend".

I speculate that conservative agitators such as Sean Hannity will urge Romney to rehash Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers once again to hammer President Barack Obama.

I speculate that President Barack Obama will make statements that assures the Republicans will criticize.

Already, issues such as the contraception debate, public sector union rights, gay rights, Osama bin Laden, domestic spending cuts, voter identification laws, immigration reform, economic inequality continue to put Republicans in a bad light.

Romney being the standard bearer of the Republican Party, could be a disaster if they continue to push forth the policies that could put the United States back into a recession.

Romney endorses Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) and his austerity plans.

Romney endorses the "Deport all Aliens" theme when it comes to immigration reform.

Romney endorses laws that pollute and destroy the environment.

Romney endorses tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans.

Romney endorses a national ban on gay marriage.

Romney endorses repealing Obamacare. Yes, American Health Care Reform. A thing then Massachusetts governor Romney supported during his one term.

Romney will cater to the extremists who have bigotry towards race, gender, sexuality, nationality, religion, political and economic standings.

Romney will say or do anything to beat President Barack Obama. He has allies such as Roger Ailes, Karl Rove, Matt Drudge, Fox News, conservative talk radio, blogs and state governors willing to sabotage this 2012 U.S. Election.

President Barack Obama has a strong team, but could he deliver a knock out blow to the perennial candidate Mitt Romney?

For those reading this article, you can find some of the dumbest Romney gaffes here.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

GOP Panders To Hispanic Voters With Novice Senator Marco Rubio

Mitt Romney has a tough decision to make. He is now likely to capture the Republican nomination for president, many conservatives are urging him to pick a running mate that inspire Republicans to vote. Will he pick U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) as his running mate?

My honest opinion on this issue can be found on Journal de la Reyna 
If pandering to the lowest forms of America isn't enough for the Republican Party, how about the notion of picking a highly polarizing Florida senator as a vice presidential nominee for the soon to be nominee Mitt Romney?

The former governor of Massachusetts is close to capturing the nomination. After the concessions of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R- Minnesota), Governor Rick Perry (R-Texas), former senator Rick Santorum, and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney has this wrapped up.

Winning many endorsements, and some key primaries, Romney has a new horizon ahead. He will shift positions to court independents and minority groups. After a bitter fought race, the Republican Party has to heal the bruising within its party. The soon to be nominee has bring together those who were disgruntled by the primaries and put to rest the nervousness of some who feel that Romney's positions will turn off many.

Some of his past statements and inconsistent positions already has a deficit in courting Hispanic voters.

President Barack Obama has a strong support among Hispanic voters.

But the main issue that's hurting the president is the struggling economy. This has proven to be a major issue among most Americans. Hispanic voters deeply care about the economy.

In my opinion, I feel this could be another desperate ploy to capture the Hispanic vote. Republicans are hoping that Mitt Romney pick potentials like New Mexico governor Susana Martinez and the U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida). The Republicans are hoping these two potential nominees are the right hand to helping to the perennial candidate Mitt Romney win the 2012 presidential election.

And with that being said, who's gotten the buzz in the news recently?

It's the freshman Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida).

In 2010, under the strength of the Tea Party Movement, Rubio managed to defeat Charlie Crist, the moderate Republican governor who ran as an independent and Kendrick Meek, a Democratic congressman in a three way race for the seat being vacated by a George LeMieux, a stand-in Senator for the retiring Hispanic senator Mel Martinez.

Rubio has been floated around as presidential material for some time now! Although the senator vehemently denies he'll run for president or accept the choice of being a running mate, the rumors continue to fly and it's still the talk among those in the mainstream media. 

The difficulty of picking a running mate is going to reflect on how the former governor makes tough decisions. Many feel that if Romney can appeal to the core conservative principles that stood firm with former president Ronald Reagan, the candidate will become a stronger nominee against President Obama.

The 2008 U.S. Presidential Elections proven to be a disaster for the Republicans after Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) picked his running mate, the novice Alaskan governor Sarah Palin as a ploy to peel off those borderline "Hillary/Reagan" Democrats.

Sarah Palin became a popular figure in the conservative movement. Her standings as  a mother of five, grandmother of one, her legacy as former mayor of small town, her term as a governor from the oil rich state of Alaska, plus her fiery speeches inspired many conservatives. Unfortunately she prove to be a novice when it comes to issues that were domestic and international.

Many Republicans blame the McCain campaign for choosing a running mate that wasn't prepared to handle the crisis America is facing.

With people caught up in the notion of picking a vice presidential candidate for the Republican nominee, I chose to look into some of Senator Rubio's record. For nearly one year, Rubio has been in lockstep with Republican Party as the obstruction to the agenda of President Barack Obama.

I went to the website GovTrack.US, a website that tracks the U.S. Congress activities. I happen to look at the votes and bills sponsored by the freshman senator:

S. 1925: Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2011 (On Passage of the Bill) - Ney

A key bill that prevents victims of domestic violence and gender discrimination. This bill is a key issue among women and Senator Rubio voted against it. So he doesn't support the law that protects women.

S. 365: Budget Control Act of 2011 (On Passage of the Bill) - Ney

After a bitter debate over the raising of the debt ceiling the Republicans and Democrats overwhelmingly voted for the bill's passage. President Barack Obama signed it into law. Senator Rubio was among the few Republicans and Democrats voting against the bill. This debate almost caused the United States to lose its AAA rating from Standard and Poor's International. This spurred an economic downturn during the summer. This law created a six month super committee that responsible for reasonable spending cuts in domestic and defense spending. After the Congress created another gridlock on how to reduce spending, the law required an "automatic trigger" to cut spending in all areas. Republicans are trying to avoid defense cut spending by passing bills that cut into domestic spending. President Obama threatens veto if any domestic spending cut bill is passed by Congress.

He sponsored his own bills as well. Most of the bills are still in process, but it's highly unlikely to pass in the U.S. Senate.

S. 2371: RAISE Act - An amended bill that advocates National Labor Relations Act law to permit employers to pay higher wages to employees.
S. 2043: Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 2012 - A bill that will prohibit contraception at religious institutions that employ workers. If this bill was to become law, it will outlaw Health &amp; Human Services from advocating birth control mandates at institutions on religious grounds.

S. 1241: Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act - A bill that will outlaw minors from traveling to states that sponsor abortions. Many Republican governors are signing legislation to cap funding to Planned Parenthood and abortion clinics across the country. If passed by law, this will outlaw minors (without parental consent) from traveling to another state to provide an abortion.
S. 1009: REFUND Act - A bill that requires states to end government funding that was given in response to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that was signed into law by President Barack Obama. If passed this would have allowed states to pass local legislature to cease spending and avoid federal aid to projects without spending cuts. Republican governors wanted nothing to do with federal funding for high speed rail and transportation improvements to their states. Florida's governor Rick Scott is facing strong backlash over the high speed rail rejection. Rubio supports the decision of Governor Scott and many other Republicans such as Arizona governor Jan Brewer, Texas governor Rick Perry, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, Michigan governor Rick Snyder and Ohio governor John Kasich.

As described by GovTrack.US, Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) is a rank-and-file Republican. His leadership role is below freshman Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pennsylvania).

 Now an endorsement from Rubio, is a trophy vote for any conservative candidate running for public office.

Many Republicans feel that a fiery speech with a whole lot of chest beating and crap throwing is the key to defeating President Barack Obama. They feel that the message Senator Rubio offering is the key to a victory.

My honest opinion of the senator is pure and simple. No. It's not going to appeal to the extremist. It's not going to appeal to Hispanic voters.


Many Republicans who are disgruntled feel that their party is pandering to "political correctness". They feel that in the age of Obama, anything about race is off the table. Bigotry of Hispanic/Latinos will make conservatives avoid picking Romney if he should choose Rubio as a running mate.  The conservative movement would never vote for a Hispanic who supports giving undocumented workers (illegal immigrants) amnesty. Senator Rubio is working on a DREAM act that is similar to Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) infamous bill.

The far right, such as militia groups, border security hawks and birthers will question every decision that Rubio makes. Already, Joseph Farrah of WorldNetDaily, a conservative news agitation website questions Rubio's citizenship. The same folks who want President Barack Obama to show his "real" birth certificate are going to treat Senator Marco Rubio the same. Militia groups and border security hawks will pressure Senator Rubio to stand up for firearm rights and building a fence that secures the United States-Mexican border. A thing that Rubio somewhat disagree with because of the inhumane practices some done to those illegally crossing the border.

Many questions should be asked about Senator Rubio, but as of right now, the senator continues to deny he's going to be the running mate should Mitt Romney ask him.

Check out his latest interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.

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