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Progressives angry about the truth, take it out on billboard

October 14, 2010

We have officially fell down the rabbit hole, well, Wisconsin has.  Apparently, telling people breaking the law is bad is now considered intimidation by progressives and morons the world over.  From the lead-in of the Wisconsin Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

Several community groups Tuesday condemned billboards throughout Milwaukee that warn “Voter Fraud is a Felony,” saying they are an attempt by right-wing sources to intimidate and suppress minority voting.


Ohh, how racist!!!


I guess the community groups are suggesting minorities can’t vote legally?  To continue:

“We’re tired of these tactics and signs like these that keep various groups from participating,” said Jayme Montgomery-Baker, state director of the League of Young Voters. “There are so many other issues we should be talking about, like jobs, education and health care.”

How does a sign keep people from voting?  Anyway, lets here what a race hustler has to say about it:

The Rev. Ken Wheeler, pastor of Cross Lutheran Church and a member of the Milwaukee Innercity Congregations Allied for Hope, or MICAH, said: “The message is offensive and implicitly and explicitly creates a climate of fear in the African-American community that was historically denied justice and discouraged from voting.”

Hmm, “implicitly and explicitly”, wow covers both, its subliminal while at the same time completely obvious.  Since we are talking history Reverend, why don’t you school us on who “historically denied justice and discourage (black folks) from voting”?  Yeah, I thought so.

I was interested in this MICAH organization so I did a little snooping.  They are a local organization under Gamaliel, the National Organization.  Ever hear of Gamaliel?  Me neither.  Lets see what they say about themselves:

We have a vision for our country that is based on radical hope, inclusive community, and shared abundance for all. We believe that we are called to participate in the democratic process, in shaping a future that works for all of us. The transformation of the soul of our country, our democracy, is both a political project and a spiritual project. It requires a body of people willing to live, to act, and to project a new way of being. Our faith is a path to a new way of being: spiritually and politically.

Radical hope?  Shared abundance?  Interesting.  Sounds like something George Soros would support:

In this area of “grassroots organizing and civic engagement,” the OSI also awarded $300,000 to the Gamaliel Foundation, the Chicago-based group that gave Obama his start in community organizing.

OSI stands for Open Society Institute, founded by George Soros.  I know you guys didn’t miss that little bit about Obama right?  Lets see what that’s all about: (from Investor’s Business Daily)

Obama waited five years to apply to Harvard. … from 1985 to 1988, he worked for a subsidiary of the Chicago-based Gamaliel Foundation, founded on the principles of Saul “The Red” Alinsky. He worked as a consultant and trainer. On the board of Gamaliel sat Northwestern University professor John L. McKnight, a student of Alinsky’s radical tactics. While at Gamaliel, McKnight became Obama’s mentor in community organizing.

Oh what a tangled web ye progressives weave.

But is this all a red herring I am presenting to throw you off the real story, that of minorities being disenfranchised by evil billboards?  I guess you could argue that if I accepted the stupid premise that informing people that breaking the law is somehow racist.  To be honest, only racist people can find racism in everything they look at.

The truth is, the progressives have been manipulating elections for years now, and it appears MICAH is learning from the best (i.e. Chicago).  These billboards are an attempt to point out to would be lawbreakers that groups like ACORN are using you and what they ask you to do is against the law.  I am certain ACORN never informs the minority youth sent to register people what is legal and illegal in so doing.

I think the billboards rock.  They at least put people on notice that someone is watching out for voter fraud, and it ain’t the progressives.

6 Comments leave one →
  1. LD Jackson permalink
    October 14, 2010 1:20 pm

    The progressives are weaving a tangled web, indeed. I can not understand how anyone with just a little common sense could think the billboards are offensive to anyone. Unless you are guilty of committing voter fraud, that is. Hmmm, maybe there is something there, do you suppose?

    • October 14, 2010 1:54 pm

      It would be funny if it wasn’t so sad. I wish the minority community would wake up and understand these people do not speak for them. All these protesters are saying is “black people are too stupid to know how to vote.”

  2. October 14, 2010 10:09 pm

    The billboards are obviously a vulgar, racist, and threatening attempt to intimidate people from voting – unlike those nice Black Panthers who encourage ALL to vote.

    Good post. I’ll keep up.

    • October 15, 2010 12:07 am

      Thank you for the comment.

      Here is a quote (edit – from another site) from someone who definitely took the blue pill –

      Again, think of what those billboards say: the mere act of voting, even if
      you play by the rules, can get you thrown in jail. If you vote illegally,
      which scared people can interpret as voting for the wrong party, you will be

      “Scared people” is obvious code language for “stupid minorities who don’t know any better”. If that’s the case progressives, how about you stop passing 2500 page laws chock-full of legalese, that crap “scares” the hell out of me.

  3. October 15, 2010 2:24 am

    Reminds me of the old joke about the New York Times headline: World to End Tomorrow: Women and Minorities hit Hardest.

    • October 15, 2010 3:50 am

      hahaha, that’s funny.

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