Thursday, July 16, 2009

Uppity Black Man Has The Audacity To Call Out Sen. Barbara Boxer's Bigotry

When Harry Alford, Chairman of the National Black Chamber of Commerce dares to challenges the Sen. Barbara Boxer a flaming liberal elitist on energy policy, she responds by reading a resolution from the NAACP, followed by a statement from 100 Black Men of Atlanta. Well, Sen. Boxer must not have realized that she had the misfortune of dealing with an "Uppity" Black man in the person of Mr. Alford who is perfectly capable of thinking for HIMSELF and doesn't not need the NAACP or 100 Black Men of Atlanta to dole out a thought blueprint for him. She added insult to injury when she said Mr. Grant of 100 Black Men of Atlanta would be proud...see liberal white folks use that word when they want to get us back on the train since we (black folks, that is) love to rant about how proud we are. But Mr. Alford was not buying into that tactic which betrays Boxer's soft bigotry (actually it's rather blatant) and he called her out on her racial condescension.
I will not bother to ask the question what makes liberals believe that all black people think alike because WE lead them to believe it because most of us are too afraid, apathetic and yes even ignorant to stray from that which Jesse, Al, Obama, and other democrat party operatives condone as that which "correctly self-identified" black people should think....well, I call what a "down for the cause" negro thinks. Although the "cause" is suspect in my humble opinion but I digress.

I tell you this made my heart sing and he is an absolute HERO for me this Thursday afternoon! Boxer was pretty much saying and I'm paraphrasing..."Look Nig*er the NAACP and 100 black men of Atlanta agree on this subject, how dare you see things differently?

To all of my racism chasing, "correctly self-identified", "non-confused" friends who were not "dropped on their heads as babies", I have to ask, Do you think Sen. Boxer would have been waving around those resolutions and statements from the NAACP and 100 Black Men of Atlanta respectively if Mr. Alford were a white man? Of course not this stinks of liberal hypocrisy. I detest the democrat party and the liberals who comprise it as they declare themselves the arbiters of social justice and racial equality yet they see black folks as mere pawns who swell their congressional districts and thereby guarantee their seats in Congress and the House. This is why Sen.Boxer would "racialize" (or at least attempt to) this issue with Mr. Alford rather than discuss the science. I agree with Mr. Alford it was GOD-AWFUL. But, it's rare that liberals meet "Uppity" black folks so they will continue on in this fashion as they know that because we are a such proud, correctly self-identified people they can manipulate the hell out of us with their rhetoric, resolutions and statements--rather race baiting.

24 comments:

Lovebug said...

Thank you for your post. By the way, I enjoy reading your blog, keep up the good work.

I don't understand why many blacks equate black pride with giving up one's ability to think for themselves. They don't see how people who engage in group-think can be easily manipulated or taken for granted.

I remember someone teasing me by saying that I would have to explain to my children why I did not vote for the first black president. As the Obama presidency progresses, however, I feel more and more confident that I made the right decision.

Anonymous said...

As a conservative southern white male (yes...I know... I'm already making it racial), I find your blog site refreshing. I was searching for more stories about Ma'am's dispicable behavior and found your site.

I don't know if Barbara Boxer is a racist or not. Some people say just being "proud" that you are white, black, hispanic, etc. makes you a racist.

I think she is an elitist by the way she talks to and treats people.

I think she tried to play a democratic (progressive) political game in trying to insert the NCAAP and 100 Atlanta Black Men statements and combine it with The National Black Chamber of Commerce statement into the committe report on Environment and Public Works.

Her tactics in this matter was disgraceful. A United States Senator should know better. If this is a representation of the beliefs of the majority her constituients, I feel sorry for them.

I look forward to reading more of this site and maybe I'll get around and tell you how my white racist mama helped in the making of one of the greatest black male sports icon. ( Hmmm..maybe I shouldn't of said that...I wasn't trying to be condencending.)

Brian "just another smart*ss cracker" Martin
Southern Pines, NC

Donna said...

I am so glad you picked this one up...As soon as I saw the report I thought: Iwonder what CBW has to say about "Madam" Boxer! As usual you put the point right on the line! Well done!

Just a conservative girl said...

She is truly a disgrace. But, the reality is we as voters are disgracefule as well. We keep electing these people. People need to start paying better attention to what goes on. We need to clean house. All sitting house members need to go.

Anonymous said...

@ Donna that is Senator Boxer to you especially to those in the military or anyone that she feels is beneath her. LOL

Smile said...

Just another example in the long, typical list. This is why I refer to her as Sen. B. Yep, capital B.

Smile said...

@Just a conservative girl et al,

Yes but also, 2 Chronicles 7:14 reminds us that it isn't everyone else, or even the voters or lack of voters... it's just those referenced in that scripture. I/we must pause in front of the mirror and consider that obedience is better then sacrifice.

DJ Black Adam said...

@CBKW:

You wrote: " But, it's rare that liberals meet "Uppity" black folks so they will continue on in this fashion as they know that because we are a such proud, correctly self-identified people they can manipulate the hell out of us with their rhetoric, resolutions and statements--rather race baiting."

Fascinating observation, I just wonder when you will be eable to equally recognize how you and other conservatvie blacks are manipulated by the fearmongering right....

Constructive Feedback said...

[quote]
Fascinating observation, I just wonder when you will be eable to equally recognize how you and other conservatvie blacks are manipulated by the fearmongering right....[/quote]

This might be true DJBA BUT.......I can't think of any Black Conservatives that hold elective office that presides over critical institutions within Black America as they focus on the national party rather than their local interests.

You do see the difference, right?

Constructive Feedback said...

CBW:

Why have you slowed your postings so?

Barbara Boxer is not guilty of "racism" here. This is better labeled as "bigotry".

Essentially she when "Negro Opinion Shopping". When the Black guy who sat in front of her did not have the right answer for her - she turned to her dependable progressive friends in the NAACP to counter act.

I have to call out the "National Black Chamber Of Commerce" as their name invites such mischief. They should not have such a provincial name. I can't think of any reason why a group of Black people can't start an organization that focuses on particular set of issues and then become experts in the subject. This does not prevent them from focusing on "Black issues".

What you have witnessed is THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY'S WORSE NIGHTMARE.
They CANNOT allow the Black Community to fracture between parties or ideologies. The Democrats are used to having Blacks fight it out in the "Black General Election" - which is the "Democratic Primary" and then when the nation's general election comes about - we are supposed to vote for the consensus Democrat.

DJ Black Adam said...

@Conservative Feedback:

You wrote: "This might be true DJBA BUT.......I can't think of any Black Conservatives that hold elective office that presides over critical institutions within Black America as they focus on the national party rather than their local interests. You do see the difference, right?"

I am quite aware of that actuality, and though I agree with the fact that the Democrats have their fair share of blame regarding the current situation that certain parts of our community deal with, I do not see the right as a reasonable choice either.

There are many things that the right has to offer within their philosophical position that could be utilized, I also feel the same way about the left, neither is a rational choice for me as they both have flaws that I cannot accept in my worldveiw.

Constructive Feedback said...

[quote]I do not see the right as a reasonable choice either.[/quote]

My Friend DJ Black Adam:

Here is my observations about Left and Right per my life experience.

When you see yourself as an oppressed minority in a sea of an intransigent majority you had better get "liberal leaders" who can focus on getting this majority to CHANGE, increasing their value of tolerance and diversity so that YOU can get in and live your life.

But, DJBA - when you begin to take an increasing amount of control over the institutions that service the given plot of land that you live in you had better "conserve up" a bit.

You see, DJBA - when you run these institutions your job is to field a certain order that can deploy your people toward a productive end and to maintain law and order AND to have these views propagated to the next generation - which you are responsible for educating.

The present liberalism within the Black community requires Black folks to look at the suburban school system on the OUTSIDE of the district rather than focus on the fact that they now have FAVORABLE people in power over the district that they reside within.

DJBA - In the present Black Establishment I do not yet see much realization that "YES we do have favorable Black people in power" THUS "we need to LOOK TO THEM TO DELIVER". (Note - favorable Black people = progressive Democrats).

Instead DJBA you all seem to want Black folks to be smitten by the "Increased Headcount in favorable Democrats" rather than ACTUALLY ASKING THEM TO DELIVER as promised.

Ironically, when they fail, it is spun as a need for MORE DEMOCRATS as a means of stopping all opposition to their progressive plans.

This is why I have been calling for a TRANSPARENT entity within the Black community who is really separate from partisanship (it certainly AIN'T the NAACP) that makes sure that we are pursuing a course by which OR INTERESTS are being addressed.

Presently a failing school is not cause for a purge of those who run it an a fresh start in a new direction - with EVERYTHING on the table. Instead they get a "new Democrat" and try harder.

DJ Black Adam said...

@CF:

You wrote: "Instead DJBA you all seem to want Black folks to be smitten by the "Increased Headcount in favorable Democrats" rather than ACTUALLY ASKING THEM TO DELIVER as promised."

Please stop ascribing thoughts and / or ideological positions that are not mine.

I don't mind discussing things with you CF, but you need to focus on talking TO me and not AT me with your cookie cutter anti-liberal cookie cutter prefab arguments.

My point of contention with the Democratic party in Chicago and Cook County is just that, demanding they DELIVER, and since they have not and appear to not be of the will to do so, I have suggested to other African Americans to NOT BLINDLY SUPPORT the Democrats. HOWEVER, I will not tell them to support the Republican Party either, BOTH are problematic to solving the actual problems. Sure, some conservative philosophy is relevant, however; whereas you see the racism in the Democrats, your are willfully ignorant to it within the party of the right.

Pamela C. said...

Keep up the good work. Just found your blog. I am a Hispanic conservative and am proud that I can think for myself and have the common sense to not follow the liberal agenda.

USpace said...

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Excellent post. Madam Boxer is a despicable human being; a racist and a statist, promoting evil whether she knows it or not.

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Tim said...

Although I am not conservative by a long shot, I'd have to agree that Ms Boxer was out of line.

Overall though, I can't see why anyone would support most of the Republicans who hold national office. It's pretty pathetic out there for the GOP. Very little leadership worth mentioning.

Interesting blog. I'll have to come back.

Tim

Jimmy "The Torch" said...

Boxer is an absolute embarrassment to herself, the Senate, and the people of CA. She has a 4% lead over an unknown Chuck Devore, he's from my home town and a great guy, he has no visibility and the money to really make it, using the internet well to get money. But if Carley Fiorina past CEO of HP decides to run against her I think we will have seen the last of Barbara Boxer. Sorry I haven't been to your blog more, I'm so busy with mine it's comments that jog me back into seeing what's out there Thanks, Jim

Attorneymom said...

CBW, aren't you an uppity Black?? LOL

MrsGrapevine said...

The same thing that makes Michael Steele believe that hip hop, fried chicken, and potato salad will attract more blacks to the Republican party.

The same thing that made Republicans chose Michael Steele to battle Obama, and chose Palin to gain Hillary supporters.

Sounds like someone has their blinders on...

Conservative Black Woman said...

MrsGrapevine~No blinders here...I'm fully aware that racism exists. I believe that neither party dems or repubs have a monopoly on racism the difference is that the republican party can not take MY vote for granted. I don't assume that an (R) or (D) behind a politicians name makes them a good guy or a bad guy.

Just for the record in case you are just slightly interested while I am a registered republican-- I embrace CONSERVATISM and the republican party is doing a PISS POOR job upholding these principles these days.

stopsocialism said...

Boxer is going down in 2010 may it be Carley Fiorina or Chuck Devore, Californians are tired of the whore.

stopsocialism said...

I loved this when I saw it, Boxer is so unbelievable useless and ignorant.

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Ulta-conservative minority individual said...

Greetings
It is very refreshing to see a black women who is a conservative; and thus did not vote for Pres. Obama. We have difficult times ahead of us; we really need to fight the "creeping" socialism invading america IF we want to keep this country framed in the way put forth by the founding fathers - there is much work to do. Capitalism is definitely under attach here people. Our society (black and/or white) no longer wants to think for themselves; they accept an ideology given to them, - esp. if it is from the first black president of the United States. He is literally a "cult" leader to those who have relinquished their minds over to "auto" pilot. Pres. Obama is living proof you never vote with your eyes - as did many many minorities. Oh, by the way I'm considered to be part of a "minority" group, as defined by liberals. However I prefer to consider myself an UN-hyphenated American, thank you; Google "paradigm:SHIFT" for more information.