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Kevin Garnett Taunting Dude From The Raptors

Nov 12, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: Sports

Posted By: Doublea198505

Kevin Garrnet Basically Telling Dude You Don’t Want To Do That..

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Is Devin da Dude the best story teller we have?

Nov 12, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: Hip Hop, Music

Devin da Dude the best story teller we have? Much respect to andre.
Oldie but still a classic……..1 time fo u niggas that luv these fat chicks…

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Super Oba’rio Brother!

Nov 12, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: Entertainment, Humor

Posted BY: El Pirate Del Caribe

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Posted By: Wallochamp

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GILLIE IS OUT FOR BLOOD, HE”S CALLING HIMSELF “THE HOOD CHRIS HANSEN”…LOL!

Sparring Starts as Republicans Ponder Future

Nov 11, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: Politics


Newt Gingrich, in New York on Monday, said Republicans should be honest “about the level of failure for the past eight years.”

By ADAM NAGOURNEY
Source Link:
http://www.nytimes.com

WASHINGTON — One week after the Republicans were routed in the presidential election, the fight is on over who will be the new leaders of the party. Republicans are debating how to position themselves ideologically and how aggressively to take on President-elect Barack Obama.

The competition to fill the vacuum left by Senator John McCain’s defeat — and by the unpopularity of President Bush as he prepares to leave office — will be on full display at a Republican Governors Association meeting beginning Wednesday in Miami.

The session will showcase a roster of governors positioning themselves as leaders or future presidential candidates, including Sarah Palin of Alaska, Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota, Charlie Crist of Florida, Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Haley Barbour of Mississippi and Mark Sanford of South Carolina.

At the same time, Republicans representing diverse views about the party’s direction are preparing to fight for the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee, a prominent post when the party is out of the White House. The current chairman, Mike Duncan, has signaled that he wants to stay on after his term expires in January, but he is facing challenges from leaders in Florida, Mississippi and South Carolina, among other states. Read the rest of this entry »

Darkness at Dusk

Nov 11, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: News, Opinions

By DAVID BROOKS
Source Link:
http://www.nytimes.com

It’s only been a week since the defeat, but the battle lines have already been drawn in the fight over the future of conservatism.

In one camp, there are the Traditionalists, the people who believe that conservatives have lost elections because they have strayed from the true creed. George W. Bush was a big-government type who betrayed conservatism. John McCain was a Republican moderate, and his defeat discredits the moderate wing.

To regain power, the Traditionalists argue, the G.O.P. should return to its core ideas: Cut government, cut taxes, restrict immigration. Rally behind Sarah Palin.

Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity are the most prominent voices in the Traditionalist camp, but there is also the alliance of Old Guard institutions. For example, a group of Traditionalists met in Virginia last weekend to plot strategy, including Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform, Leonard Leo of the Federalist Society and Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council. According to reports, the attendees were pleased that the election wiped out some of the party’s remaining moderates. “There’s a sense that the Republicans on Capitol Hill are freer of wobbly-kneed Republicans than they were before the election,” the writer R. Emmett Tyrrell told a reporter. Read the rest of this entry »

The Speech Where Obama First Summoned Dr.King

Nov 11, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: News

November 2, 2007 – Manning, S.C.

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Newsweek

http://www.newsweek.com/id/167582/page/3

On the stump, he decided to experiment, to try loosening up a little. Speaking to an African-American crowd in Manning, S.C., on Nov. 2, he began to riff, using the call-and-response cadence of a black preacher. Addressing the doubts among some blacks about whether the country was ready to vote for an African-American, Obama said, “I just want y’all to be clear … I would not be running if I weren’t confident I was gon’ win!”

There was a rousing chorus of “Amen!” and cheers from the audience.

“I’m not interested in second place!” More cheers, and a big grin from Obama … he could feel the crowd’s energy.

“I’m not running to be vice president! I’m not running to be secretary of something-or-other!” They were like old friends now, Obama and the crowd … this was fun!

But then Obama got carried away with himself and violated a cardinal rule of braggadocio in the black community: don’t get too high and mighty.

“I was doing just fine before I started running for president! I’m a United States senator already!”

In an instant the crowd went quiet—and that should have been his cue … but Obama plowed ahead.

“Everybody already knows me!” A lone shout went up from the audience.

“I already sold a lot of books! I don’t need to run for president to get on television or on the radio …”

Silence.

“I’ve been on Oprah!” That seemed to get the crowd back, but Obama knew he had almost lost them altogether.

Posted By: John Mickens Jr.

“My friends”

S African icon Miriam Makeba dies

Nov 11, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: Music, R.I.P., Soul Music

Posted By: Ziongate
Source Link:
http://news.bbc.co.uk

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South African singing legend Miriam Makeba has died aged 76, after being taken ill in Italy.

She had just taken part in a concert near the southern town of Caserta and died of a heart attack.

Makeba, known as “Mama Africa”, spent more than 30 years in exile after lending her support to the anti-apartheid struggle.

She appeared on Paul Simon’s Graceland tour in 1987 and in 1992 had a leading role in the film Sarafina!

Passport revoked

Makeba, was born in Johannesburg on 4 March 1932 and was a leading symbol in the struggle against apartheid.

South African singing legend Miriam Makeba has died aged 76, after being taken ill in Italy.

She had just taken part in a concert near the southern town of Caserta and died of a heart attack.

Makeba, known as “Mama Africa”, spent more than 30 years in exile after lending her support to the anti-apartheid struggle.

She appeared on Paul Simon’s Graceland tour in 1987 and in 1992 had a leading role in the film Sarafina!

Passport revoked

Makeba, was born in Johannesburg on 4 March 1932 and was a leading symbol in the struggle against apartheid.

Racism or Bad Journalism? You be the Judge…..

Nov 11, 2008 Author: VP | Filed under: News, Politics

these mutha*&&%$ did not print 1 thing about Obama winning the election…….

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