But Kareem Abdul-Jabbar?
I guess if I were a White man, I'd invited him on stage today.
But I'm a Black woman. And I'm a Black woman who read Pam Grier's book. And I bet any Black woman who read Pam's book figures Kareem Abdul-Jabbar can go f**k himself. He tore apart Pam, he tore about the Black community in this country. That's what he's doing when he's not only abusing a woman but attempting to force her from her church, from her family's religion.
Is that bastard still married to the same woman, by the way? Nope.
For those who haven't read the book, after berating her and attacking her, KAJy decided to call her on her birthday. She thought to wish her a happy birthday. They were a couple. Oops. No. He was calling her to tell her that unless she immediately converted and became a Muslim, he would marry (that day) another woman (wife number one).
KAJy was such a 'prince,' he maintained the 'right' to have multiple wives (at the same time) if Pam did marry him.
He was and is a piece of s**t.
How typical of two White middle-aged 'boys' to ignore all that just cause they needed a face of color to hide behind.
Jon Stewart, kiss my Black ass.
This is Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Presidential Dress Up"
I love that.
"Nixon's The One" (Hillary Is 44):
We Hillary Supporters communicate with each other. We laugh at Bill Clinton’s public slaps at Obama even as Obama supporters are none the wiser and cheer “racist” Bill on. We laugh as Bill Clinton’s power and popularity grows. We study hourly poll results. We study history books. We laugh some more as valley Hopium Guzzlers occasionally get a whiff of the salt scented winds and realize what is about to happen. Then, too late, begins the fast run and clawing up the hills towards the stone arks where we in safety reside. But it is too late.
Paul Krugman in his Friday election preview warned “Be afraid. Be very afraid.” But Paul is two years too late.
“No, we can’t. This is going to be terrible. In fact, future historians will probably look back at the 2010 election as a catastrophe for America, one that condemned the nation to years of political chaos and economic weakness.”
What future historians will look back and see is that in 2008, in 2008 Paul, it was “a catastrophe for America, one that condemned the nation to years of political chaos and economic weakness.” It’s always a catastrophe when you force a square peg into a round hole. It was a catastrophe when an unqualified, inexperienced stooge of Big Media and corrupt Democrats such as Ted Kennedy, Tom Daschle, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi – was gifted the Democratic nomination and then elected on the basis of a massive economic calamity he was not equipped to address.
In 2008 we saw the empty slogans of Hope and Change. We heard the “uniter not divider” talk. We had heard it all before. What saved us, what sent us into our mountain fortifications, was we knew our history. We knew what was coming. We had heard empty words before.
It wasn’t, as we were the first to note, that Barack Obama reminded us so much of George W. Bush. Obama reminded us of another “One”. That “One” was not culturally loaded with post “Matrix” cool. That “One” was not a messianic figure. That “One” though was a deformed personality that led to another catastrophe.
It was 1968 and the many pretty buttons and signs all said “Nixon’s The One”. It took a while for Republicans to realize that Nixon’s the one who nearly destroyed them.
In 1968, Nixon was “the One”.
He really is another Nixon. Some of us knew to avoid him.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):