Got Weepy’s number

I LOVE THIS guy. He repeatedly proves that all black voters are not brain-dead. Actually, quite a few are very sharp.

Among them are Allen West, Michael Steele, Clarence Thomas, Star Parker, Thomas Sowell, Walter E. Williams, Herman Cain, Ben Carson, Mia Love — well, the list is quite long.

17 thoughts on “Got Weepy’s number”

  1. Wow, a powerful voice of reason black or white. This guy speaks eloquently, I only wish a few of our presidential hopefuls could speak as succinctly, fluently, and to the point as this man does.

    Bravo sir, you hit the nail on the head!

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    1. Mark: I did not hit the nail on the head. Elbert did. Yes, he does speak very well. Weepy Barry’s reputation for eloquence has always seemed very overblown to me. I find him wooden. I think his reputation for eloquence is caused to his fans’ being starry-eyed at a “black” man’s being president.

      He’s not eloquent, and he sure ain’t black.

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  2. Well said, Mr. Guillory!

    Not to make light of this serious and terrible situation, I found this article posted online:

    “Serious news for Islamic terrorists.

    Muslim suicide bombers in Britain are set to begin a three-day strike on Wednesday in a dispute over the number of virgins they are entitled to in the afterlife. Emergency talks with Al Qaeda have so far failed to produce an agreement.

    The unrest began last Tuesday when Al Qaeda announced that the number of virgins a suicide bomber would receive after his death would be cut by 25% this February from 72 to 54. A spokesman said increases in recent years in the number of suicide bombings has resulted in a shortage of virgins in the afterlife.

    The suicide bombers’ union, the British Organization of Occupational Martyrs ( B.O.O.M.), responded with a statement saying the move was unacceptable to its members and called for a strike vote.

    General Secretary Abdullah Amir told the press, “Our members are literally working themselves to death in the cause of Jihad. We don’t ask for much in return but to be treated like this is a kick in the groin.”

    Speaking from his shed in Tipton in the West Midlands, Al Qaeda chief executive Haisheet Mapants explained, “I sympathize with our workers concerns but Al Qaeda is simply not in a position to meet their demands. They are simply not accepting the realities of modern-day Jihad in a competitive marketplace. Thanks to Western depravity, there is now a chronic shortage of virgins in the afterlife. It’s a straight choice between reducing expenditures or laying people off. I don’t like cutting benefits but I’d hate to have to tell 3,000 of my staff that they won’t be able to blow themselves up.”

    Spokespersons for the union in the North East of England, Ireland, Wales and the entire Australian continent stated that the change would not hurt their membership as there are so few virgins in their areas anyway.

    According to some industry sources, the recent drop in the number of suicide bombings has been attributed to the former emergence of Scottish singing star, Susan Boyle. Many Muslim Jihadists now know what a virgin looks like and have reconsidered their benefit packages.”

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  3. Yeah, I was actually referring to the video commentator, amigo. But you hit lots of nails on the head as well.

    As for Bumbling Barry, I find him to be persuasive in that he lulls you into his world vision with soothing panache. I find it necessary to take a step back from the controversy of the day to actually put this soothsayer’s words into perspective.

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  4. Nothing says “Welcome” like razor wire. Merkel cannot force Islam on Poland, and now even Germans are seeing the light.

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    1. Señor Gill: Europeans are waking up, thank God. Weepy Barry would have this happening in the United States too were it not so difficult to walk across the Atlantic.

      Merkel is a disgrace. Last year with the cartoon uproar and the murders at the French magazine, she joined other European leaders in saying free speech is sacred, and now Germany is prosecuting/persecuting people who speak badly of Mohammedans. It’s hurtful, you know.

      God, I’m glad I live in uni-cultural Mexico.

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    1. Andrés: Strange bedfellows indeed. But Farrakhan is mouthing the left-wing babble that the U.S. created the problems in the Middle East. In part, that is true, but it’s quite complicated. Mohammedan nations in the Middle East have been corrupt dictatorships — monarchies, oligarchies, despotisms — for a long, long time. The main problem is that so much of the world’s oil rests beneath that zone that it’s of supreme economic interest to the U.S. and the Western world in general. That’s the cause of the Western meddling, a very necessary meddling.

      Stir in the “liberation movements” of the last half century, and you’ve got volatile situations in the Middle East. Has the West (mostly in the form of the U.S. because most Western nations are quite happy to leave the problem in the lap of the U.S.) always handled the ticklish Middle East problem well? Sometimes yes, often no. During the Weepy Barry years, a definite no.

      In that famous phrase: It’s complicated.

      If only we did not have to rely so heavily on oil for our economies to function. But we do, and that ain’t gonna change any time soon.

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    2. And furthermore:

      The U.S. for a long time supported the despotic governments in the Middle East to maintain stability, which was in the national interest of America. Of course, this support of the dictatorships just angered many of the people living there. Opposition grew, especially in the Information Age.

      Alas, much of that opposition, not all, were religious fanatics, giving the U.S. the choice of longtime despots on one side and religious fanatics on the other. In recent years, Weepy Barry has thought it a good thing to support the rebels. Some of these rebels were not bad, but many were dreadful. Weepy Barry’s government supported the thuggish Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, for example, which overthrew the long-time U.S. ally Hosni Mubarak.

      It is all about oil. The left portrays that as a bad thing. It’s neither bad nor good. It’s simply necessary until some alternate form of energy that actually works is developed. Meanwhile, the left opposes solutions like Alaskan drilling, the Keystone Pipeline, etc.

      It’s very complicated.

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  5. That is about to change. This morning Bloomberg showed West Texas Intermediate at 31.22 and natural gas at 2.39. The Arabs’ days in the sun are coming to an end.

    Saudi Arabia is dumping the product trying to kill off shale development. As result, they are now running a huge deficit. However, it seems as if they are actually succeeding. Rig counts are down, and about twenty oil companies have gone into bankruptcy in 2015.

    The problem for the Saudis is that they have created a welfare society of sinecures and dependency. They need the revenue to keep their society peaceful and to preserve the House of Saud. Failing that, well there is ISIS. The more they sell, the lower the price goes, so then they have to sell even more.

    It is a tough situation, but they created it.

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    1. Señor Gill: I do hope the Arabs’ day in the sun will end, and the West becomes energy-sufficient in some alternate way. Then we can just turn our backs on the Mohammedans and let them devour each other. Or carpet bombing, as you have previously mentioned.

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  6. Building diverse coalitions are a strategic way to defeat Hillary and her Saudi donors who want to destroy Europe and America with unvetted refugees.

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  7. The left needs to realize that democracy is not for everyone. If the people of the Middle East got to vote in an actual election, they would all vote to kill Israel, all the rest of the Jews, then the Christians that they haven’t already killed, then the other faiths and finally, the other sects of Islam.
    Their solution to all problems seems to be to kill someone. If that is the way they want it, let them do it in their own lands, not here.

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    1. Señor Gill: Quite right. Cultures are different. We tend to think that everybody yearns for freedom. That is true, but everybody does not want freedom for other people. They only want it for themselves, and they often want freedom to kill people they disagree with.

      This is something Westerners have trouble wrapping their minds around. Equality is not a universal wish.

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