Thursday, October 09, 2014

Michelle's Underpants Gala

                                                                         STFU Michelle


Speaking at a White House fashion education workshop Wednesday, First Lady Michelle Obama regaled her audience on her choice of undergarments: Spanx.

Michelle Obama spoke about the history of Sara Blakely, the founder of the Spanx brand of women's form-shaping undergarments. To sum up her comments Obama assured those gathered that "we all wear them--with pride."


Harry Reid's Goon ...

Thug Culture                                 

Sen. Reid; How did you get so
rich working for the government?

Just askin'

Worst Prisons??

Why in all hell are Rikers Island; the Florence,CO SuperMax, and the Louisiana State Pen included with this lot?



I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.

James Buchanan, a lousy president celebrated by the left for what?  For being gay.  Which is precisely the reason we are saddled with our current lousy president; he was without a single notable accomplishment, but was a (properly uber-liberal) Black man (and also gay, but that's an aside).  The left seemingly revere lifelong Republican, Dr. Martin Luther King,  yet dismiss entirely his signature "dream" philosophy.

By Kevin “Coach” Collins
The story of the Democrats (available in its entirety free see details below) continues by exposing how Democrat James Buchanan helped insure America would be plunged into a Civil War and the evidence that he was our first Gay president.

James Buchanan 1857 to 1861

Among the pre-Civil War Democrat Presidents, perhaps the worst and most disastrous to America was James Buchanan, a Pennsylvanian who is widely thought of as America’s first gay President. [25]

Buchanan, a member of both the Jackson and the Pierce Administrations, was sufficiently light in the loafers to have been regularly referred to as Mrs. James Buchanan by Franklin Pierce and Aunt Fancy by Andrew Jackson. [26]

While it is not clear whether their cohabitation was continuous from 1834 on, it is known that James Buchanan and his obviously gay companion William Rufus King moved in together at Buchanan’s Lancaster County home at 1120 Marietta Avenue, Wheatland, Pennsylvania.

Women be damned
When William Rufus King was off on a trip to France in 1844, Buchanan wrote his “roommate” saying:

“I am now solitary and alone, having no companion in the house with me. I have gone a-wooing to several gentlemen, but have not succeeded with any one of them. I feel that it is not good for man to be alone; and should not be astonished to find myself married to some old maid who can nurse me when I am sick, provide good dinners for me when I am well, and not expect from me any very ardent or romantic affection.” [27]

While James Buchanan was not responsible for it, the Dred Scott Decision of 1857–barring African American slaves from the protections of the US Constitution – handed down by Democrat appointee Justice Roger Taney’s Court just two days after Buchanan’s inauguration, was made far more explosive by the new president’s idiotic comments on its potential.
During his Inaugural Address Buchanan assured the nation that he wanted slavery to be a state issue and opined that slavery would cease to be an issue after the upcoming decision was handed down and settled the matter once and for all. [28]

The Court denied a petition for freedom from Dred Scott, a slave who argued that since he had been taken from Missouri – a slave state – to Illinois– a free state – then brought back to Missouri, he had in effect been freed by his captors.

Taney’s Court ruled against Scott and ordered him returned to his captor’s family, lighting the fuse that would eventually explode into the Civil War.

In the pre-Civil War era, the Dred Scott case was the most infamous to come from the high court since our nation’s founding.
Among other things, the ruling claimed, the Federal government has no right whatsoever to restrict slavery in the territories.
While Buchanan, a doughface (a northerner with southern leanings) and advocate of slave owners in the South may have somehow convinced himself that a Supreme Court decision was all it would take to heal the nation, he was surely very mistaken.
Swift Reaction
Northern abolitionists reacted with fury to the Dred Scott decision while southerners lauded it as a triumph of their views. The nation had never before been more divided.

With the exception of Associate Justice Samuel Nelson, who was not nominated by a Democrat, and Associate Justices Benjamin Curtis and John Campbell, both the only Republican appointees, all of the other Justices on Taney’s Court were Democrats.
Buchanan’s clumsy handling of the aftermath of the decision was made worse by suspicions that in spite of being a Pennsylvanian he favored slavery because his “roommate” William Rufus King was a Senator from the slave-holding state Alabama.

During Buchanan’s administration, the tensions between the Northern states and the Southern Democrats who held slaves grew by the month. Most Northerners barely tolerated slavery and kept a wary eye on controlling its spread into new and established territories seeking admission to the Union.

Not unlike the position of modern Democrats on the issue of gay “marriage,” abortion, and special rights for their voters, the mid 1850s Southern Democrats were not content with mere “tolerance,” they demanded acceptance of slavery as a moral and justifiable part of American life.
As always the Democrats of Buchanan’s day were concerned with matters of self-preservation first, last and always. In the matter of slavery they were quite willing to kidnap and hold other human beings in bondage to attain their goals.
Buchanan on slavery: Blacks be damned
The majority of James Buchanan’s Cabinet were either actual slave holders (four) or pro-South token Northerners. [29]
On the Emancipation of slaves, Buchanan once said it would turn slaves into masters and…. “who could for a moment indulge in the horrible idea of abolishing slavery by the massacre of the high-minded and the chivalrous race of men in the South? . . . For my own part I would, without hesitation, buckle on my knapsack, and march . . . in defense of their cause.”

N.B. This was just another Democrat empty promise given that Buchanan never fought for the Confederacy.
Note: Due to the strong interest readers of CiR have shown in this material, this series will continue each Wednesday Friday and Sunday.

Get your free PDF of Coach’s book “Crooks Thugs& Bigots: the lost, hidden and changed history of the Democrat Party.” If you don’t know the truth all you’ll have is Democrat lies.
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Think of this as an antidote to the Howard Zinn school of American History that's taken hold in today's classrooms.   And, oh, if Ronald Reagan turned out to have been  homosexual, it would not in the slightest deter from his record as great American leader.  By the by, I asked for, and immediately received, Coach Collins's book.  Coach Collins is also a treasure.