Saturday, September 1, 2012


I thought Eastwood was chair-itable to Mitt. He created a moment that Mitt will chair-ish all his life.

7 comments:

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Hey Diaspora, how are you? I pray that all is well with you. When I saw Eastwood talking to an empty chair to an invisible person, I thought about that topic I wrote once about the "Invisible President" because he clearly illustrated what I meant by they don't see black people.

Anyway, I've been keeping up with the Trayvon Martin case and blogging with others at another blog regarding it. However, I plan to get back to blogging regarding the coming election and do my part. I've been awful busy lately.

Black Diaspora said...

I'm fine, Granny. I pray all is well with you.

I've followed your comments on Trayvon at your site, as well as the recent video.

Zimmerman lies almost as much, and as well, as Willard Romney.

And worse, he got caught lying, just as Romney has gotten caught.

No surprise here: Zimmerman's either a Republican or a Republican wannabe.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Diaspora, I changed the settings for the comments section to those with google accounts. I'm tired of dealing with trolls. Did you see where they had me deceased? Wow, they sure want to see me dead for some reason. Smh! But I'm blessed and doing great.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Diaspora, there are some questions I want the moderators to ask Mitt when they have the debates between him and President Obama. That question is...Mitt why did you erase the hard drives on the computers that were state government property when you left the governor's office? Why were those computers and harddrives sold to your staff only?

Black Diaspora said...

Granny, that's a good one. I wonder how he'll spin his way out of it.

MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell has a question that'll spin him out of control as well.

I think it has to do with his tax havens, or his income tax returns: Was Romney given a waiver for illegally parking his money offshore--a felony--for which the government won't now prosecute?

What we need now are moderators willing to ask the hard questions and not settle on spin for an answer.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

"What we need now are moderators willing to ask the hard questions and not settle on spin for an answer."

Exactly, but they won't do it. Most of them have been bullied by the rightwing media pundits. We're still seeing the after effects of when Bush was in office. You know, the old, "You're either with us, or against us",which was a code word telling whites they would be ostracized and smeared if they didn't go along with his administration's policies.

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