Blog fury over Touré racial comment – Politico

Conservatives in the blogosphere are blasting MSNBC’s The Cycle co-host Touré for controversial racial comments about Mitt Romney.

Touré said Thursday that Romney’s remarks earlier this week that “this is what an angry and desperate presidency looks like … Mr. President, take your campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago” was an attempt by the Romney campaign to invoke racial stereotypes. (More)

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MSNBC’s Toure: Romney Engaging In ‘Ni–erization’ Of Obama (VIDEO) – HuffPost 

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MSNBC’s Toure: Romney Engaging In ‘Ni–erization’ Of Obama (VIDEO) – HuffPost

Response: Right on! Right on!! Right on!!! I will drink to that! Toure is on point. Anyone who can’t read into the code words are ignorant to the facts of what the Romney and some other Republicans are attempting to do. That is to paint a picture of "our" President as an angry black man. This is too ignorant because racist white folks have disrespected "our" President in so many ways other than actually lynching him. Speaks highly of a group of so-called Christian and good-willed folks who want to run this country. Right run! In the ground. They are always saying they want to take us back. Well go figure those code words.

MSNBC’s Touré aroused the ire of the Romney campaign when he used the n-word to describe its tactics against President Obama.

Speaking on "The Cycle" on Thursday, Touré said that recent comments by Romney carried the distinct whiff of racial dog-whistle politics. (More)

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Romney not trustworthy after Massachusetts tax lie – Rachel Maddow Show

Rachel Maddow reviews the history of Mitt Romney’s run for Massachusetts governor and his insistence that he filed his taxes as a Massachusetts resident only to have it turn out that he did not. Now, as his running mate is revealed to have not been telling the truth about requesting stimulus money, Romney is asking American voters to trust him about the contents of his tax returns. (More)

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Edgecombe County Public Schools District Announcements

News Flash
Freshmen orientation at ECPS high schools Freshmen & their parents are invited to their schools on the following days for orientation:
North Edgecombe – Aug. 23, 3pm to 6:30pm
SouthWest Edgecombe – Aug. 21, 5pm to 6pm
Tarboro High – Aug. 23, 5 pm to 6

ECPS district-wide Open House to be held Aug. 23 from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Each school in the district, along with the Central Office will host Open House on Thursday, Aug. 23 from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

West Edgecombe student enters video contest to win money for school West Edgecombe Middle School student, Makaila Roberts, is hoping to raise money for her school by entering her video about bicycle safety in the “Vids for Kids” online contest. Read more and visit the link to vote & help West Edgecombe vote! Read on…

Start and stop times for 2012-2013 school year Please visit the link below to view the times that students may be dropped off, buses will arrive, classes will begin and school will dismiss for the 2012-2013 school year. View times…

Curriculum Changes to be made in 2012-2013 school year Beginning in the 2012-13 school year, all NC school districts will implement new Common Core Standards in Language Arts & Math in all grade levels and new Essential Standards in all other subject areas. Click the below link for more information. View more information…

Ryan called stimulus wasteful, then sought funds – The Washington Times

Response: In a letter to Chu in December 2009, Ryan said the stimulus money would help his state create thousands of new jobs, save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Well again this is a prime example of how some white males have a problem with a black male being in a top position. You see Ryan didn’t support "our" President but then later wanted to reap the benefit. This is just one of many examples of how the Republicans will not publicly support "our" President but know that he has some good ideas. But Yes We Can & Yes We Will!

WASHINGTON — Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan has been one of the harshest critics of President Barack Obama’s economic stimulus plan. But months after Congress approved the nearly $800 billion package, the Wisconsin lawmaker was trying to steer money under the program to companies in his home state. (More)

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President Barack Obama

Ignant Republican TV Ad – Republicans Said

If what President Obama has done has worked, why is so many people out of work?

Well damn ignants it is you Republicans who have attempted to block every damn thing he has done since he has been in office. Duh!

"Ignorance will never end. Even those with money can’t buy SENSE!!" Author: Curmilus Dancy II The Political Agitator