Inciteful Observations by the
Congressional Black Caucus
Over the past 4 days without power, I've listened to (I think) every
talk radio show on the air via my Grundig
FR200. In the course of that sojourn, I
heard numerous membersof the Congressional Black Caucus incite,
and that's the only word for it, incite blacks to sttsck Tespertierd.
The worst two were Indiana's Andre Carson (the 2nd Muslim in Congress) and Maxine
Waters. Now, I've been struck several times in the past by
Obama's in-your-face disdain for American law and customs, and
have stated straight away that it appeared he wanted a conflagration; a
civil war (Helter-Skelter). Here's Michael Savage ...
Savage further opined that the CBC have marching orders from Obama and David Axelrod. I agree.
The media are dying for clips of Teapartiers "attacking" the peaceful
peoples of the oppressed black community. Invoking martial law
and postponing elections is a goto gambit by others of Obama's ilk.
By the By,
I've had this Grundig FR200 for about 6-7 years. As I
remember, I bought it from Radio Shack on Christmas Eve as an
impulse gift for MoSup (we have many power outages hereabouts).
I wasn't looking for one, but the clerk recommended it as an
exceptional buy (around $50 as I remember). I was full of
Christmas cheer (90 proof), and said what the hell. I
guess it was a bargain since it sells for $75 (used) to $150
Since power went out Sunday morning, this radio has been on
almost constantly (like all night too). It runs on 3 AA
batteries that have never been
replaced. It also has a battery storage pack that's
charged by a hand crank. Around twenty turns of the crank yields
about five minutes of radio time. Outstanding. I'm sure
there are other great emergency radios out there, but this is one I
will vouch for. It has AM, FM, and short wave. Hell, I'd make
love to it if could. I love stuff that works.
Power back on at 10:01 AM. All the meat in the freezer is
still rock solid frozen; had dry ice in the fridge so that's
okay. Listened to night talk shows from dusk to dawn for 4 days
and here's what I learned. The smartest thing I ever said in my
life is, "...
it's probably not a good idea to begin by asserting that virtually all elected Democrats are liars. But what the hell."
Except I'm removing the qualifier "virtually."