The Media Is Responsible for Making People Ignant To What Is Really Going On So Therefore Black Folks Have To Work Harder

What tickles the hell out of me is shows like FOX right now that mostly have white guys and women up there trying to speak for how all people especially Black people will view the next debate.

They tickles the hell out of me how they continue to talk about how well Romney done in Debate 1. Well what I see is a bunch of ignant butt reporters who are not talking about the facts that were presented during the debate and continue to talk about how talkative because that is all Romney showed was that he could talk. But damn he was not saying anything.

Damn talking about how the Vice President Joe Biden interrupted and was laughing at Ryan’s ignant butt during the Vice Presidential Debate. But these same folks have not said a damn thing about how Romney done the same thing.

Goes to show you that some white folks will change the rules in order to fit whatever the hell point they are trying to make.

The only folks that will say that Big Dummy and Little Dummy Romney and Ryan won these debates either don’t understand or they are in denial. They don’t understand that they are jokers and they are in denial about what these guys are only running on trying to just undo everything that "Our" President has done.

The media is responsible for making the people ignant of what is really going on.

If Romney was Black and "Our" current President was white I would bet my life that the media would be talking opposite.

Well I have come a long ways since the 90’s because I recognize and understand how politics works. I understand how the media works. I also understand how Black folks have to work. We have to work hard as hell whether it be in school, working a job or being an elected official.

I am far from being ignant when it comes to Politics so I am able to accept what goes on because I know how the system works. I just hate it that some folks are receiving ignant information so therefore they are ignant by no fault of their own.

Being Ignant
“Know that being ignant is not always a bad thing, however it is a bad thing when you don’t do anything about it especially when you are trying to discredit others. Know what you are talking about when you open your mouth so you will not make a damn fool out of yourself.” Curmilus Dancy II The Political Agitator Tuesday April 3, 2012

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Good debates should inform, not entertain – Rocky Mount Telegram

Response: This is right on point! Like I said I concerned about the facts.

Millions of Americans have tuned in to view the first presidential and only vice presidential debates of the 2012 election campaign.

The debates can provide a great opportunity to see the candidates in an unscripted setting, answering questions on the spur of the moment and having to react quickly to their opponent’s assertions. Regardless of one’s partisan allegiances, people can draw a lot from these one-on-one televised encounters.

At their worst, candidate debates can devolve into simple name-calling, counter-claims about facts and over exaggerated gestures and body language. But at their best, these question-and-answer sessions can provide serious and informative discussions of the pressing issues and challenges that confront the nation.

This year’s first two debates fell somewhere in the middle. Republican Mitt Romney was animated but vague in laying out his ideas for the future of the country. President Obama seemed to have barely showed up, offering little defense of his record and fewer details about his future plans.

The vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan offered a much more spirited, issues-orientated exchange, with each candidate defending their running mate’s records and policies in a swift, back-and-forth discussion.

But media coverage and public reaction so far unfortunately has focused mainly on the candidates’ performance rather than on the substance of their remarks in the debates. Next-day discussions of the debates mainly centered on the president’s flat performance and the vice president’s smiles and laughter.

Two debates remain between the presidential contenders. The candidates owe it to voters to engage in a much more serious discussion of the issues than we’ve seen so far.

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Debate 2 Vice President Joe Biden vs The Empty Chair

I tried to tell people that it does not matter what “Our” President does especially during the debates because some folks are still going to be in denial. Facts does not matter.

Debate 2 more facts from the Democrats but look how “they” continue to attempt to twist the real truth.

Facts should always outweigh the lies but you see the rules change when certain folks are in the ballgame.

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The Vice Presidential Debate: Joe Biden Was Right to Laugh

I’ve never thought much of Joe Biden. But man, did he get it right in last night’s debate, and not just because he walloped sniveling little Paul Ryan on the facts. What he got absolutely right, despite what you might read this morning (many outlets are criticizing Biden’s dramatic excesses), was his tone. Biden did absolutely roll his eyes, snort, laugh derisively and throw his hands up in the air whenever Ryan trotted out his little beady-eyed BS-isms. (More)

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Bill Clinton’s debate advice for Barack Obama – The New York Times

Mitt Romney will no doubt have some solid debate tactics up his sleeve in the coming weeks. Though President Obama has a lead in the polls, resting on that could prove detrimental. Here are some key strategies to keep in mind, courtesy of former president Bill Clinton. (More)

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What Time Is It? I Said What Time Is It? DNC! DNC! DNC! Democratic National Convention!

What Time Is It? I said What Time Is It?

DNC! DNC! DNC!

Democratic National Convention Time!

Showtime about to begin.

Biden & Obama Time!

What Time Is It? What Time Is It?

Biden & Obama Time!

Yes We Can!

I Know We Will!

4 More Years!

Right on! Right on!! Right on!!! I’ll drink to that!

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Will Someone Tell Me How Vice President Joe Biden Comment About “Putting Ya’ll Back In Chains” An Insult?

In response to Jeff Savage on a Facebook group that I am a member.

I am trying to figure out how Biden being a Democrat and if the Republicans win "putting ya’ll back in chains" is an insult. Damn the Republicans keep saying they want to take us back so what in the hell does that mean. I get so sick and tired of black folks trying to speak for me just because they are black. I just don’t get it the insult but maybe I am missing something.

And where did you read or see that "Our" President think it was funny?

Damn Biden out here stumping to get a black man re-elected when we got ignant damn black folks especially Democrats pushing their own agenda trying to discredit the President without a real base.

I read Barry Saunders article in the News Observer, “Saunders: Y’all politicians be careful tryin’ to talk like us” but that still ain’t enough for me to understand the insult. Again maybe I am missing something. Just maybe reading the comments that were posted under Saunders column that have been removed may would have helped me a little. So in the meantime maybe I will read something somewhere and a lightbulb will come on because right now I just don’t get it.

I know damn well Romney didn’t go there. “Romney unleashes on Obama, accuses rival of running campaign of ‘anger and hate’” His campaign is built on taking black folks back.

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Joe Biden’s “Chains” Comment and the Racial Double Standard