Category Archives: Al Sharpton

Attention-seeking personality disorder

A ridiculously high percentage of Obamacrats appear to suffer from attention-seeking personality disorders. And by “suffer from”, I really mean “make us suffer because of.”

Dem Liars

The “victim” form underlies Rachel Dolezal’s antics, including the latest revelation that she sued Howard University in 2002 for discriminating against her because she’s white.

Her lawsuit claimed school officials blocked her appointment to a teaching assistant post, rejected her application for a post-graduate instructorship, denied her scholarship aid while she was a student, and removed some of her artworks from a February 2001 student exhibition because the mostly black Howard University was “permeated with discriminatory intimidation, ridicule, and insult” for her whiteness.

Shorter Rachel: “I didn’t get what I wannnnnt so you must be raaaaaaaaaaaaaaacists!”

The courts did not agree and, a few years later, Rachel transitioned herself into a “black” person making a lifetime career out of her “victimhood.”

An article in Psychology Today says, “Excessive attention seeking is not a character flaw. It is a brain wiring response to early developmental trauma caused by neglect.”

Oh. So it’s her mommy and daddy’s fault she’s a serial liar?

Pbblt. I’m sorry, but that just doesn’t fly with me.

Obviously, childhood helps shape a person’s character, but from the age of reason on up, a person’s own choices are what matter most.

My daughter once repeated that self-esteem mantra her generation was steeped in. “Just because he did bad things doesn’t mean he’s a bad person.”

I told her, “That’s only true until you’re seven. After that, you’re capable of knowing right from wrong and the things you do begin to shape the person you are. So, if you consistently do bad things, knowing they are bad and not caring how they hurt people, then you become a bad person.

Sure, a childhood marked by neglect can leave a person feeling excessively needy. But so too can a perfect childhood leave a person feeling excessively privileged. Either of these conditions could lay the framework for a sinful life of attention-seeking. But they could also lay the framework for a holy and generous life.

  • A person who knows how awful it is to feel unloved can become a person who either demands constant approval from everyone OR is deeply empathetic to those who feel the same way.
  • A person who knows how wonderful it is to feel loved and nurtured can become a person who either demands that every desire be fulfilled OR is committed to providing the same love and nurture to others.

The real problem with Rachel and the other disordered Obamacrats ruining our nation is not a mental disorder, but a spiritual one.

God calls it sin.

And He sent His only Son to fix it.

All we have to do is ask.



Filed under Al Gore, Al Sharpton, Caitlin Jenner, Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Rachel Dolezal

AG Loretta Lynch in charge of ALL police?

 What could possibly go wrong!

2015_04 30 Sharpton to march for fed cops

And why didn’t someone think of this before?




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After more than 50 years of failure …

… maybe it’s time to rethink the problem.

2015_04 Baltimore riot

2015_04 28 Sharpton cannot tolerate

2015_04 Rosa Parks

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There is a darkness in the world

I doubt I caught all the subtle imagery Terrell embedded in this, but I caught enough to go, “Whoa, that’s dark … and exactly how I feel about this.” Zoom in and look around for yourself.  You can subscribe to Terrell’s email list @

2015_03 16 Healing race relations by Terrell

Andy Borowitz is an American writer, comedian, satirist, and actor who publishes regularly in The New Yorker. Here are blurbs from some of his latest pieces.

March 13, 2015: “The approval rating of the United States Congress has shrunk to a point where it is no longer detectable by the technology currently available.”

March 11, 2015: “Hoping to quell the controversy over e-mails missing from her private account, the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday released twenty thousand spam e-mails she received from Old Navy.”

March 10, 2015: “The North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un said on Tuesday that he feels “snubbed” by the decision of forty-seven Republican senators to write a letter to Iran but not to him.”

March 10, 2015: “Stating that “their continuing hostilities are a threat to world peace,” Iran has offered to mediate talks between congressional Republicans and President Obama.”

March 6, 2015: “In what could be a prelude to a Presidential run in 2016, on Friday Joe Biden released to the public both e-mails that he has written while serving as Vice-President for the past six years.”

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In the history of this nation there has never been a single man more successful at fomenting racial hatred than the one who was supposed to bring about racial harmony. And he does so with zeal. The only marketable asset he’s ever had is nice tan skin,thanks to his African sperm donor daddy getting a liberal white whore to open her legs. He discovered early in life that claiming to be black was his ticket to a free ride in life. I doubt even he thought he would achieve what he has, given he never did anything useful or productive.

Saturday he stood in front of a huge crowd of black hustlers, victims, and a lot of white guilters and spouted lie after lie, as he always does. He claimed he was born in 1961 as a result of the Selma march in 1965. He knew intelligent people knew he was lying, but the message was for those who hang on his every word as if they were gospel. Somebody once said the ill-educated are more easily commanded. That, I believe, is the most basic tenet of the unionized education system. It matters little how many lies he gets caught in, his disciples’ faith in their messiah is unshakeable.


Obama Uses Selma Anniversary To Claim Voting Rights Act Is In Danger From “Voter Suppression Laws”
And with effort, we can protect the foundation stone of our democracy for which so many marched across this bridge — and that is the right to vote. Right now, in 2015, 50 years after Selma, there are laws across this country designed to make it harder for people to vote.

Obama: ‘We’re the Slaves Who Built the White House’

Obama at Selma: “We Don’t Need a Ferguson Report” to Know Racism Is Not Banished (VIDEO)

Of course, he took a swipe at America.

The first African-American president told the crowd, “We don’t need a Ferguson report” to know racism is not banished.

“We don’t need the Ferguson report to know that’s not true. We just need to open our eyes, and ears, and hearts, to know that this nation’s racial history still casts its long shadow upon us.”

Moonbat Wearing “I’m Sorry” Sign Marches In Selma: “I Feel I Need To Accept Responsibility For My Privilege As A White Male”

Patrick O’Neill, wearing a T-shirt that bore King’s image, stood among Sunday’s swarm of people on the bridge. Around his neck, O’Neill wore a sign reading, “I’m sorry.”

Too Funny: Race Baiting Media Whore Al Sharpton Missed Sunday’s March Across Selma Bridge Because Of Crowds…

Hillary skips Selma ceremony for Clinton Foundation gig; she doesn’t need the black vote?

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As it turns out, the probable 2016 Democratic presidential nominee was just 618 miles away, as the crow flies, attending a Clinton Global Initiative event in Miami — husband Bill and daughter Chelsea were also in attendance, according to CBS Miami.

The Clinton’s were on hand to discuss global issues with more than 1,000 students at the University of Miami in Coral Gables — the former secretary of state spoke on Saturday evening, with the 42nd president of the United States set to speak on Sunday.

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Filed under Al Sharpton, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Race Relations

Project Veritas exposes Al “Shakedown” Sharpton

Eric Garner & Trayvon Martin Families and Michael Brown Lawyer Say Al Sharpton Exploited Their Tragedies [7:55]

Posted by Project Veritas on Feb 23, 2015: “Here’s our new video showing how the families and attorneys of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown really feel about Rev. Al Sharpton. Additionally, local clergy and others express their opinions about how Sharpton exploits tragedy for personal gain.”

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New Yorkers say, “Al ain’t our pal.”

2015_01 Quin survey NYC Sharpton unfavorable


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Oh PUH-leeze …

Al Sharpton and the Oscars

What’s wrong with this man?  Has he been out of the spotlight for too many days in a row?  Or is he just SO desperate to turn media attention away from Islamic violence that he is willing to make an even bigger ass of himself than usual?

Most likely it is both/and.

Roger L. Simon posted this in response to being labeled a RAAACIST for failing to vote P.C.

Maybe it’s actually a badge of honor — after all Sharpton himself makes Bull Connor seem like Martin Luther King — but the Rev Al has called me a racist because I am one of those (white!) Academy members who did not vote for Selma as an Oscar nominee. I cannot tell a lie. He’s right. …

I do acknowledge my vote publicly, although it’s a secret ballot taken online, known only to the Academy and fifty thousand North Korean hackers. …

But I have bad news for Al … some of us old white guys vote for talent and accomplishment, not skin color. I know that doesn’t fit in with your narrative or whatever you want to call it, but as anyone who has worked in Hollywood knows, it all comes down to the ol’ box office-arooney. …

Let me tell you what this old lefty thinks of “diversity.” Diversity IS racism. … It divides people and turns them into objects, but that’s probably over your (meaning Al’s) head, so I’ll leave it at that.



Filed under Al Sharpton, Race Relations

Fueling the flames … and the tears

2014_12 21 Woods tweets re Sharpton

2014_12 21 NYPD cop's son posts good bye

2014_12 21 Sharpton doesn't like death threat


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There is blood on their hands

Now that two cops have been assassinated, a whole lot of folks are pointing at New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and race-baiter Al Sharpton.  Both supported the recent none-too-peaceful, “kill-cops” protests.

Mayor de Blasio published this extraordinarily un-self-aware statement about those saying he has blood on his hands:

“It’s unfortunate that in a time of great tragedy, some would resort to the irresponsible, overheated rhetoric that angers and divides people.”

Really, Bill? Are you freaking serious?! You looked on and smiled while a whole bunch of angry and overheated people irresponsibly chanted, “What do we want? Dead cops!”

2014_12 20 Cops turn back on de Blasio

Sharpton issued a statement saying he condemned the double murder. Riiiiiiiiiiight. Al Sharpton said NOTHING when people chanted encouragement to kill cops. And for all his pimping and self-promotion in the alleged cause of ending RAAAACISM, he has never had a word of praise for cops of ANY color who have been killed while protecting Blacks.

So forgive me if I don’t give a damn about his crocodile tears now that a Hispanic cop and an Asian cop were gunned down by a Black thug for their heinous crime of sitting in a Black-and-White car while wearing Blue uniforms.

All my heroes kill cops

The New York Post published an excellent column about the blood on the hands of all those who chanted “What do we want? Dead cops!”

Thus does rhetoric have consequences.

There may have been just a single shooter in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Saturday afternoon. But New York’s failure to denounce without nuance the bloodlust that’s been boiling out of the corners of the Eric Garner-Michael Brown demonstrations for weeks now boils down to this:

There is blood on many hands this morning. …

It was, and it remains, the responsibility of protest organizers — such as they may be in the face of ubiquitous social media — to directly address murderous incantations, to unequivocally condemn those who call down harm on the city’s protectors.

And they didn’t do that. …

Violence against cops has gone mainstream — that is, violent threats to society itself can manifest virtually without a soul among the city’s elected leaders saying so much as boo.

Pitiful. …

Anybody who thinks [the shooter] wasn’t emboldened by City Hall’s placidity in the face of nihilistic, bloodthirsty incantations is delusional. …

It’s wrong to blame the protests wholly for the actions of one person … right up to the point when the protesters began to ­demand dead cops — and nobody put a stop to it.

Right up to the point where protesters began to drop full garbage cans 10 feet down on unsuspecting cops. …

You wanted dead cops, protesters? You got ’em.

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