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Oliphant – ‘Please! I’m so sincere, you must love me!”


personal thought:

You had unconditional love at the NAACP Convention, right?

Oh wait, nevermind.


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Via: News Cat Gifs!

See a wonderful collection of cat, and an occasional dog, gifs, HERE:



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Banksy – Image Gallery

Via: First Time User

See more images, HERE:




Banksy is a pseudonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter.

His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti done in a distinctive stencilling technique.

Such artistic works of political and social commentary have been featured on streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world.

Read more, HERE:



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(2 of 2) Willard Killin’ it at NAACP Conference [end of title]

Via: Dependable Renegade

Also, according to teh Twitters, Willard was reading off a teleprompter (probably the one that was stolen out of Obama’s van.)

After reading a quote directly off said teleprompter, he read aloud the “end of quote” tag at the end of it.


Here’s the full speech video. The “end of quote” gaffe happens at near the end of the speech.  The video embed should start just before it happens.

“…cures that don’t cure, blessings that don’t bless, and solutions that don’t solve, end of quote.”


See Video, HERE:


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(1 of 2) Romney BOOED At NAACP Convention For Saying He Would Eliminate ObamaCare

Via: Mediaite

During his Wednesday morning speech before the NAACP Convention in Houston, Texas, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney explained that his plans include reducing government spending by eliminating “every nonessential expensive program I can find, and that includes ObamaCare.” Although several other Romney policy proposals were met with applause, the health-care remark was met with significant booing.

At the beginning of the speech, Romney noted that it was an “unexpected honor(yeah, right) to speak before the NAACP, and spent a great deal of time explaining how the current weak economy is worse for the black community than for most others. He also made the case that “as president, I will promote strong families and I will defend traditional marriage,” which was met with mild applause.


Romney pushed through and continued to explain why he believes ObamaCare is a counterproductive job-killer, citing a Chamber of Commerce survey that found that three-quarters of its members believe the health-care law will make them less likely to hire people. Continuing with his “job creator” theme, he contrasted himself with President Barack Obama, telling the group that:

“If you want a president who will make things better in the African-American community, you are looking at him,” which was met with ANOTHER ROUND of BOOS.




personal thought:

The 30 million people without heathcare, do NOT consider ObamaCare, ‘nonessential’.


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