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5 Most Outrageous Statements By Virginia Lt. Gov. Candidate E.W. Jackson

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5 Most Outrageous Statements By Virginia Lt. Gov. Candidate E.W. Jackson



Voters in Virginia have decided on a Tea Party candidate to run alongside Ken Cuccinelli in November’s gubernatorial election—Bishop E.W. Jackson will be the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor. A former U.S. Marine and Harvard Law graduate, Jackson and his wife also founded Exodus Faith Ministries, a Christian church in southern Virginia.

In 2008 and 2012, Virginia elected Barack Obama by 53 and 51 percent of the vote respectively. In 2012, E.W. Jackson ran for a Virginia U.S. Senate seat in which he received less than 5 percent of the vote in the Republican primary. On Saturday, however, voters in the state elected one of the most conservative and intolerant candidates on the ballot—Jackson does not hold back when it comes to strongly denouncing people and ideas he disagrees with.

Here are the five most outrageous statements made by E.W. Jackson.

Photo: markn3tel via Flickr.com


  1. JDavidS May 21, 2013

    This clown would make Limbaugh, Beck, O’Reilly, Coulter et al proud. A welcomed member of their dubious club…

  2. FredAppell May 21, 2013

    I got as far as the abortion thing and couldn’t read anymore. Here’s a thought for the party of personal choice and responsibility. Just because something is legal doesn’t
    necessarily give it broad appeal. Conservatives espouse both these tenants but when people exercise those freedoms they call foul because it wasn’t the choice that conservatives embrace. They might as well say that every women that has ever had
    an abortion was under some kind of mind control by the liberals. And why does it always seem like the men are the ones screaming the loudest about abortion?

    1. RockyMissouri May 21, 2013

      It IS perplexing…… They are bullies…..and control freaks

      1. FredAppell May 21, 2013

        Yet, we are the ones who constantly get accused of that.

  3. David Turrentine May 21, 2013

    I think that one of the biggest ironies of all is that the Republican Party has turned its back on America in 1980 and it has taken the majority of people over thirty years to realize it.

    1. Canistercook May 21, 2013

      Looking at the economy and the number of people collecting from food banks and welfare and the problems of our inner cities I wonder just WHO has turned their backs on America – looks like those that want to take and not give like those socialists!

      1. jmprint May 21, 2013

        Looks like the companies that make billions of profits, pay minimal wages with no benefits and corporations that took there business to other countries, and congress not passing laws to bring up the minimum wage, THATS WHAT HAS THIS ECONOMY WHERE IT IS AT, THAT NEEDS TO BE FIXED, SO THAT WE CAN HAVE a more productive world, and not dependence.

        1. RockyMissouri May 21, 2013

          Well said….!!

        2. Canistercook May 21, 2013

          Then it looks like we are heading the wrong way!

          Sent from my iPad

    2. jmprint May 21, 2013

      I think you’re correct, started with Reagan.

      1. Ford Truck May 21, 2013

        And the ironic thing is that Eisenhower, a Republican, warned the U.S. of the direction we were headed, with a disproportionate distribution of wealth, the power of the military industrial complex, and an extremist divide in American politics.

        1. jmprint May 21, 2013

          Yes, you would think the republican would listen to themselves.

        2. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

          Ford… Ike was a progressive. Not a whole lot of difference between him and the DemonRATS.

          1. Lynda Groom May 21, 2013

            Not on the issue of race.

          2. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            You are correct Lynda. The Republicans were leaders on racial equality while the DemonRATS were against civil rights. The KKK was the DemonRAT party in white sheets and hoods. For Pete’s sake, Robert Byrd (thankfully dead now) was a Grand Wizard of the KKK.

            Have a nice day!

            “I am a Republican, a black, dyed-in-the-wool Republican, and I never intend to belong to any other party than the party of freedom and progress.” – Frederick Douglas

          3. Russell Byrd May 21, 2013

            Bozo, you got your “facts” all wrong again. Plenty of Repubs in KKK sheets back in the good old days. As well, the racists are mostly all Repubs in the South these days. Have been for near 50 years. They “transferred” and took total control of the Repub party to escape Northern Democrat reformism. That truth is very plain and no one with any ethics disputes this.

          4. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            Rusty… you are a liar and history cannot be rewritten by you or any other leftist freak. The DemonRATS hated blacks from long before the Civil War. The DemonRATS forced segregation following the war. The DemonRATS blocked civil rights legislation at every turn. These are FACTS that you cannot run away from. MLK was a Republican. And it was not government as a whole that led the charge to bring about civil rights, it was the churches, black AND white, that stood the moral ground and forced the DemonRATS to back off their racist traditions. That whole concept that racists went to Republican party is nothing more than a fabricated lie by the propaganda experts that you morons and useful idiots on the left buy off on. Case in point: You claim that Robert Byrd repented, yet Strom Thurmond did not. Neither of them did. Both were racists from the day they were born into this world and went out the same way. The only difference is that you’re too damned much of a stinking hypocrite to admit it. Because Byrd was a DemonRAT, he is forgiven. But because Thurmond was Republican, he is not. You’re a blind fool!
            Here’s some quotes from your hero, racist pig LBJ… read em and weep.

            Have a nice day!

            When Lyndon B. Johnson was in the House of Representatives, he said that President Harry Truman’s civil rights program was “a farce and a sham – an effort to set up a police state in the guise of liberty.” He continued: “I am opposed to that program. I have voted against the so-called poll tax repeal bill. … I have voted against the so-called anti-lynching bill.” When Lyndon Johnson had become senator, he observed, “These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days, and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness.”

          5. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

            Don’t get that history twisted, sister. The Republicans of early America who saw inhumanity in the treatment of Africans in America were called “Radical” Republicans. The Democrats of that time were the “slave powers”, anti-American, anti-government, anti African, just like the Republicunt/neo-Confederate Tea Bags of today. I’m not so naive to think that the Radical republicans of the past were not white supremacists. They were. But they had enough Chrisitianity, humanity, and dignity about themselves to see that human beings were being persecuted and maltreated, and they spoke up and did something about it. There were other Republicans who were just as staunchly white supremacist as slave-power Democrats. They called themselves Moderate Republicans or sometimes “Redeemer” Republicans. They are what “Blue Dog” Democrats are today, sympathizers of the Republicunt/neo-Confederate Tea Bags. So, don’t get your history twisted, sister. read the whole history instead of swinging on people’s nuts like a squirrel.

          6. Russell Byrd May 21, 2013

            What is disgusting is your total disregard for truth: Frederick
            Douglas would not recognize the Repub party as his own. It is not the least little bit the party of all America. Just a white men’s party voting for white big money. That in itself is shows the meanness and stupidity of its supporters.

          7. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            “I am afraid that there is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.” – Booker T. Washington

            “Everybody has asked the question. . .”What shall we do with the Negro?” I have had but one answer from the beginning. Do nothing with us! Your doing with us has already played the mischief with us. Do nothing with us! If the apples will not remain on the tree of their own strength, if they are worm eaten at the core, if they are early ripe and disposed to fall,
            let them fall! I am not for tying or fastening them on the tree in any way, except by nature’s plan, and if they will not stay there, let them fall. And if the Negro cannot stand on his own legs, let him fall also. All I ask is, give him a chance to stand on his own legs! Let him alone!” — Frederick Douglass

          8. Russell Byrd May 21, 2013

            And Robert Byrd, like George Wallace, repented. Whether you can get wrapped around that truth or not, does not change it. How about Strom Thurmond. How many of your mob of KKK thugs have ever changed their minds about race?

          9. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            Russty… are you related to the dead KKK Grand Wizard? He was a racist pig till the day they stuffed his rancid carcass in the ground.
            Below is a quote from Byrd and a picture of him with your DemonRAT racist hero, George Wallace in 1974.

            Have a nice day!

            “I shall never fight in the armed forces with a Negro by my side. … Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.” – The late Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., a former Klansman, wrote during World War II

          10. mah101 May 21, 2013

            You know when you have to go back to Frederick Douglas to show what good the Republican Party has done that you have failed in your argument.

            The present republican party is about as similar to the party of Lincoln as meth is to penicillin

          11. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            mah…. I take it that you are quite experienced in drawing contrast between the effects of meth and penicilin. How’s that pipe working for you these days?

            And one only needs to go back to the Civil Rights Act and ALL the political wrangling from the Civil War times right up to the 1960’s to see what good the Republicans have done for blacks in America. Only after the racist pig LBJ figured out a way to enslave blacks by making them dependent did any blacks start voting for DemonRATS… once they were hooked on the government teet.

            Here is an article by Star Parker, one of my favorite people in the world, that summarizes her book “Uncle Sam’s Plantation” very nicely. You would do well to read it. Perhaps your thinking may begin to be expanded away from the narrow-minded and false propaganda you have had shoved down your throat through the leftist freak indoctrination process called public education and college in America.


            Have a nice day!

            “I am afraid that there is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.” – Booker T. Washington

          12. mah101 May 21, 2013

            Ah, so you are incapable of responding to me without insult. Good job there, bozo.

            And, since you infuse your prose with such ad hominems as “racist pig LBJ” and “DemonRATS”, I can see that you have not benefited from that process we call education, nor are you a practitioner of what the rest of us call “thinking”.

            I will not be talking with you further. You are simply a troll out to inflame and incite, and you have no interest in sound, adult, rational public discourse. You ARE the problem with the right.

            Good day

          13. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

            A civil conversation is not in that clown’s repertoire. She loves to be mistreated and verbally abused. If you try to show her consideration, she’ll think you’re weak or that you don’t love her and will mistreat and verbally abuse you. That’s a severe condition developed by the abused to protect their sanity, but they only immerse themselves in insanity by doing that.

          14. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

            Oh, no! The clown is swinging on Frederick Douglas’ nuts now! The clown is out of control!

          15. FredAppell May 21, 2013

            Damn Obozo! Just how conservative are you? Teddy Roosevelt was a progressive, Ike was a moderate Republican. Even Republicans can be a little progressive without abandoning your
            core principles. The only reason I brought up Teddy was because he also was a Republican. Ike was nowhere near that level of progressiveness. The most liberal thing Ike did was to not repeal the New Deal policy . By your own standard, every president we have had since Abraham Lincoln, whom by the way was quite progressive, was nothing more than a socialist
            of one kind or another.

          16. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            Fred… don’t be such a fool to believe that “progressive” in mid 1800s meant what it means today. The word “progressive” took on its socialist meanings from Woodrow Wilson (America’s first socialist president) who attempted to form the Bull Moose party. When he and his supporters discovered that the word “socialist” was like acid to American culture, they changed the word to something that sounded more positive, yet retained the same socialist goals. You leftist freaks have been bastardizing the English language ever since to advance your socialist agenda.

            If Lincoln was a “progressive” in terms of what you leftist freaks love today, explain this quote from him and tell me that the same quote would come from Obozo:

            “You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. You cannot lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down. You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatred. You cannot build character and courage by taking away people’s initiative and independence. You cannot help people permanently by doing for them, what they could and should do for themselves.” — Abraham Lincoln

            There’s not a snowball’s chance in hell that such words would come from Obozo’s mouth. Obozo is the antithesis of what America was founded upon. Lincoln clearly was not.
            You are correct in one regard, there are progressives in each party. The entire DemonRAT party is socialist progressive while many in the Republican establishment are big government progressives. Some talk a conservative game, but govern differently. They are being slowly removed from power. Now the DemonRAT party needs the same cleansing of socialists.

            Have a nice day!

            “What I do say is, that no man is good enough to govern another man, without that other’s consent. I say this is the leading principle – the sheet anchor of American republicanism.” – Abraham Lincoln

          17. FredAppell May 21, 2013

            First, I don’t give a crap about quotes. Quotes don’t dictate action. Second, Teddy Roosevelt formed the Bull Moose party so why don’t you stop trying to rewrite history. Third and final, Socialism of one kind or another is coming and there isn’t a damn thing you or anyone else can do about it You may be able

            to stave it off for a time but you can’t stop it. You tried to insult me but you can’t offend someone who is proud of what they are. I also suspect that deep down you know i’m right otherwise you wouldn’t have come at me with the level of vitriol you did.

          18. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            Freddy… on the one hand, you call Lincoln a “progressive” and then when you are proven wrong by the very words that he used, you suddenly say you don’t give a crap about what he said. This is the equivalent of saying that you don’t care what the facts are, you just want your own opinion. Clearly, the position of a fool.

            And actually, socialism is NOT coming to America. IT’S ALREADY HERE!!! And it has been since the spawn of the devil himself, FDR shoved the lies of socialism down America’s throats. However, fortunately, socialism never works long term because those who are productive become less and less incented to remain productive as their righst to the fruits of their own labor diminish greatly beneath a burgeoning and overbearing government that kills individual liberty. Like the great Margaret Thatcher said “the problem with socialism is that sooner or later, you run out of other people’s money.”

            This is why we have a $17TRILLION operating debt, and nearly $90TRILLION in off budget entitlement commitments that can never be repaid. You should consider the stone cold truth that this is exactly why the Fed has been printing money (read: monetizing the debt) for the past 4 years under Obozo. Sooner or later, the Piper is going to get paid, and the can will no longer be kicked down the road by gutless politicians to weak and feckless to face the people and be responsible enough to end the immoral policy of burdoning future generations with today’s goodies.

            Whether you like it or not, socialism is a morally and financially bankrupt ideology. History has proven this time and time again.

            Have a nice day!

            “Socialism is a philosophy of failure,
            the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy,
            its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery..”
            — Winston Churchill

          19. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

            OMG! That clown is swinging on ol’ Abe’s nuts now!

          20. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

            Fred, Bozo is a Sociaist himself. He wears a red nose, fluffy red buttons, has big eyes and a red sad mouth, big red shoes, and a round red bellows on his horn. He’s a Red Commie Clown.

          21. FredAppell May 21, 2013

            Thank you, the irony is that we are always being criticized for not being tolerant enough of opposing views. I addressed him civilly and honestly and all I got for it was insults. I admit that it pissed me off. Not so much because he disagreed with me, I expected
            no less, but it was in the manner of which he did it. It proves to me that he is scared of the direction we are going. By the way,
            your comment is hilarious. Take care.

        3. Russell Byrd May 21, 2013

          Eisenhower was in fact a lifelong Democrat. At least until he was elected. The Republicans, as is far too often the case, realized could not beat the Democrats without a gimmick. So they enticed Eisenhower, one of the nation’s greatest heroes, to run for them. I do “like Ike,” but it shows that many American voters would rather vote for a stuffed suit (e.g. Reagan), rather than the smart idea guy to run the country.

          1. johninPCFL May 21, 2013

            Russell, Ike didn’t vote during his tenure as a general officer. Most didn’t until the 1960s. They have to serve whoever sits in the White House, independent of political affiliation. Harry Truman first tried to get Ike to run (as a Dem), and the wall street bankers convinced him to run as GOP, mostly because his own money wouldn’t be tapped in the effort. There’s no more telling tale of Ike’s deep embarrassment at his
            perfidity than his refusal to meet Truman before the inauguration.

        4. Russell Byrd May 21, 2013

          You have to admire Eisenhower. To be a relatively conservative, career soldier and see so clearly the danger that was gathering. To warn against the very things that Teanderthals find so enticing.

  4. jmprint May 21, 2013

    Poor guy, this is the only way he can get attention. Obviously he doesn’t read his bible.

  5. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

    HERE IS THE TRUTH — Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood. She was self proclaimed racist and eugenicist. She also was a hero to the DemonRAT KKK. Her objective was the anhialation of blacks in America. This is a FACT. Jackson is 100% correct.
    Here’s a pic of the leftist freak hero, Magaret Sanger, speaking to the KKK.

    Have a nice day!

    “We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

    — Margaret Sanger’s December 19, 1939 letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble, 255 Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts. Original source: Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, North Hampton, Massachusetts. Also described in Linda Gordon’s Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right: A Social History of Birth Control in America . New York: Grossman Publishers, 1976.

    1. RockyMissouri May 21, 2013

      Means NOTHING….! MANIFEST DESTINY and SLAVE OWNING was approved and preached from every pulpit……!! DISGUSTING ..

      1. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

        You sound like Obozo and his propaganda shills telling everyone his scandals are “irrelevant” when in reality he’s just a criminal thug from the streets of Chicago that’s been caught in his incompetence and abuse of power.

        Of course the founding purpose of PP was to exterminate blacks. Don’t you find it odd that more black pregnencies are terminated by abortion every year than those that are born? Is that just conincidence? NOPE!!!

        Have a nice day!

        “Birth control must lead ultimately to a cleaner race.”

        — Margaret Sanger. Woman, Morality, and Birth Control . New York: New York Publishing Company, 1922. Page 12

        1. RockyMissouri May 21, 2013

          Classy….. Standard operating procedure for dullards: insult…demean….show your ignorance….repeat ad nauseum. If only you cared about our soldiers….and improving conditions for children ALREADY BORN…..

        2. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

          Ayn Rand was a promiscuous whore who had countless abortions herself and ate so much pussy her breath smelled like cavier. She became a bitter, twisted old whore who could barely hold her bowels and urine, and came up with the cold, brutal fantasy based on survival of the fittest because her STD’s had infected her brains and adled her thinking ability. Trolls and zombies like you and Paul Ryan are the children of Ayn Rand, and each of you have ten fathers between you. That makes you a worthless, soulless bastard, huh?

          1. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

            It’s Retard Robbie… there he goes again.. using big curse words like a true intellect….. NOT!!!

            Retard Robbie, perhaps Ayn Rand was as much of a whore as Stanley was. Who knows who Obozo’s real father is? Could be any swinging schlong she saw on any given day back then. She had more trouser snake than a Grand Central Station urinal. Maybe Frank Marshall Davis, Communist Party devotee and porno-making mentor of Stanley Anne, who starred in some of his smut magazines.

            You can go back to your crack pipe now, Retard Robbie.

            Have a nice day, Retard Robbie!

            “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.” –Joe “Plugs” Biden on Barack Obama, 2008

          2. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

            Now you’re swinging on Joe Biden’s nuts. huh Bozo the Clown? No telling who your father is. You probably have ten, fifteen.Your mother was nothing but a scum-bucket in some low life honky-tonk. It has to be a tough gig being a bastard. You have no sympathy from me. I wouldn’t piss on you if you were on fire. You’re am insensitive idiot who like to vomit up a bunch of platitudes then consume your own vomit. You support an ideology that would enslave your sorry ass before anyone else. You’re just an irrelevant POS to your own ideology, disposabe goods, like toilet paper, they’ll wipe their asses with someone like you and flush you down the toilet.

        3. RockyMissouri May 21, 2013

          If you are a man, I find it odd that you seem compelled to think that any of this is your business… IT IS NONE of your business. OUR BODIES….OUR BUSINESS…NOT YOURS.!

          1. ObozoMustGo May 22, 2013

            You are not entitled to murder defenseless children. Given your response, it’s likely that you have had the abortionist’s vacuum extinguish the life of one or more of your children while in or partially out of your womb.

            One day in the future, we will look back on the genocide of abortion and ask ourselves what the hell were we thinking? How could we be like the Germans that watched their fellow citizens get marched off to the gas chambers and say nothing? You are supporting genocide. Accept it.

            Have a nice day!

            “[Our objective is] unlimited sexual gratification without the burden of unwanted children … [Women must have the right] to live … to love … to be lazy … to be an unmarried mother … to create … to destroy… The marriage bed is the most degenerative influence in the social order… The most merciful thing that a family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”
            — Margaret Sanger (editor). The Woman Rebel , Volume I, Number 1. Reprinted in Woman and the New Race . New York: Brentanos Publishers, 1922.

        4. oldtack May 22, 2013

          Strictly off the record AND – no snide remarks on my intelligence either!

          How do you attach the pictures and stuff from your computer tot your posts on the memo?

          I have a couple I would like to post.


          1. ObozoMustGo May 23, 2013

            Old… look at the lower left hand side of the comment window. On the lower right is says “Post as oldtack”. To the left is a little square. Click on that then choose your pic in the proper folder.

            Here’s a funny one for you.

            Hope that helps. Chat later, Old.

    2. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

      Bozo, you’re such a clown— and you’re tons of fun too! But you’re no historian of African history in America. As a matter a fact, you’re a scum sucking, cotton mouth white supremacist who can’t help herself. Margaret singer was all that and more, but it’s not about eugenics or extermination, bitch, it’s about a woman’s right to decide for herself what sher wants to do with her body. Your grandfather was probably in the audience under Singer giving a Seig Heil salute, just like the anti-American, anti-democracy, anti-government, anti-tax, anti-African scum you are. You perverts have some nerve trying to legislate morality when you mud diving alligator wrestling pussies molest your own children and impregnate your mothers and sisters. As a matter of fact, you’re a prime case for abortion, as well as that POS Jackson. Now go crawl back into the infected womb of that decadent whore Ayn Rand or go swing on some Communist’s nuts, you little cowardly bitch.

      1. ObozoMustGo May 21, 2013

        Face it Retard Robbie. You’re probably a black man. So I know it’s hard for you to take, but Sanger thought blacks were less than human life and wanted to exterminate them. This is in her own writing. Her own books. Go look it up, fool. Sanger wanted to exterminate blacks and Planned Parenthood was the means to start doing so. She is succeeding beyond her wildest dreams, I am sure, when more than 50% of black babies are murdered in their mothers’ wombs in America today. Or even more troubling, these days, fully alive and outside their mothers’ wombs as we have learned with Gosnell and now the abortionist in Houston, also.

        I know you don’t like the truth, Retard Robbie, but it is 100% the truth that Sanger wanted to kill blacks and other less “desireable” in society.

        Here is another quote from Margaret Sanger, racist and eugenicist.

        Have a nice day, Retard Robbie!

        “Today eugenics is suggested by the most diverse minds as the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial, political and social problems.

        “I think you must agree … that the campaign for birth control is not merely of eugenic value, but is practically identical with the final aims of eugenics … Birth control propaganda is thus the entering wedge for the eugenic educator.

        “As an advocate of birth control I wish … to point out that the unbalance between the birth rate of the ‘unfit’ and the ‘fit,’ admittedly the greatest present menace to civilization, can never be rectified by the inauguration of a cradle competition between these two classes. In this matter, the example of the inferior classes, the fertility of the feebleminded, the mentally defective, the poverty-stricken classes, should not be held up for emulation.

        “On the contrary, the most urgent problem today is how to limit and discourage the over-fertility of the mentally and physically defective.”

        — Margaret Sanger. “The Eugenic Value of Birth Control Propaganda.”
        Birth Control Review , October 1921, page 5

        1. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

          You’re not telling me something that I don’t already know, Bozo ther Clown. Stop swinging on Margaret Singer’s nuts. Bring it up to the present. The issue is about abortion, niot only for Africans women in America, but all women in America. Don’t overlook one thing, idiot: no one holds a gun to a woman’s head who walks into an abortion clinic and asks for help. They go of their own will. They know better than you, me, the government, or anyone else what wants or doesn’t want, and why? BECAUSE IT IS HER BODY! She is the one who has to live with her decision, long after you or I or anyone else is long gone. Going to a sterile clinic that will offer her alternatives before aborting her baby is better than her going to some fucking voodoo woman or back room baby killing mill that would not only kill the baby but her too. . . Wait—- I forgot I’m talking to a damned clown! You got me that time. LOL

      2. FredAppell May 21, 2013

        Obozo’s a women? Seriously, I thought she was a guy all this time.

        1. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

          Yep, Bozo is a broad.

  6. RockyMissouri May 21, 2013


  7. disqus_fsqeoY3FsG May 21, 2013

    There is another clown to make Virginia Politics a genuine “3 Ring Circus”. Virginia GOP nominee for Attorney General Mark Obenshain. In 2009 a bill introduced by Virginia state Sen. Mark Obenshain (R) that a woman who has a miscarriage without a doctor present, they
    must report it within 24 hours to the police or risk going to jail for a full
    year. Thank God the law did not pass, but if Ken Cuccinelli becomes Governor and E.W. Jackson Lt. Governor and Mark Obenshain Attorney General what laws will they put through that will affect women only?

  8. Jim Myers May 21, 2013

    Exodus 20:16 “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour”

  9. RockyMissouri May 21, 2013

    LGBTs are our fellow citizens….and deserve the same rights as we all enjoy…!! I will only vote for forward thinking candidates….WHO CONSIDER ALL PEOPLE…!!

  10. Eleanore Whitaker May 21, 2013

    Too much pollution in VA’s political gene pool, it seems. We hear their words and wonder why they are not locked away in some mental institution.

  11. Russell Byrd May 21, 2013

    The idea that “Bishop” Jackson is a Christian is laughable. . . . Unless hatred equals Christian.

    1. Allan Richardson May 21, 2013

      And how did he get the title “Bishop”? Is he an Orthodox or Roman Catholic bishop? Or an Episcopal bishop? Or a United Methodist or AME bishop? These are the only denominations who define a bishop as a successor of the original apostles (doctrine of apostolic succession); all the others simply have “ministers” who are ordained either by conventions or by individual church congregations. Oh, except the Mormons, who define “bishop” by succession from THEIR apostles, not the original ones.

      1. oldtack May 22, 2013

        Hid religious charade reminds me of another “famous” Christian leader – attached are two quotes from this man when he was young and striving to gain political power.

        “Hence, today, I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator. I am fighting for the work of the Lord”

        “The family minded man ,in particular, has the Sacred Duty, each in his own Denomination, of making people stop just talking superficially of God’s will, and actively fulfill God’s will and let not God’s word be desecrated. For God’s will gave men their form , their essence, and their abilities. Anyone who destroys His work is declaring War on the Lord’s creation, The Divine Will.”

        Some great religious leader? Some religious politician who did great works in the name of God?

        Nope – Adolph Hitler – Mein Kampf – 1924- Landau Prison

        Sounds like the Evangelical Christian part of the Tea Party doesn’t it.

  12. mah101 May 21, 2013

    Dear Republicans,
    Why do you keep nominating and electing such fringe-dwelling, fundamentalist, ignorant, idiots?

    This is how you got the name “Stupid Party”

    This is not the way to improve your parties performance, and your insistence on continuing to vote for such ignoramuses is why you can’t have a decent conversation with the rest of us.

  13. Robert P. Robertson May 21, 2013

    This POS is one of the reasons the IRS focused on Republiucunt/neo-Confederate Tea Bag applications for 501c3-c4 social wefare tax exemptions. Just listening to the anti-American, anti-government, anti-Obama hate/fear mongering of Jackson and his wife on a program that she is getting tax exemption for should prompt the IRS to focus on his own religious/political tax exemption for his church, the social welfare tax exemption for his political PAC, and the social welfare tax exemption for his wife’s hate/fear mongering. They are not educating people or serving an educational asset to anyone but their own political agenda and the imbediles that enjoy hearing that crap. This African should understand how seriously he is being manipulated by neo-Confederate Tea Bags to attract other Africans of weak-minded ilk to join their Klan. But many Africans in American can recognize Jackson for what and who he is and what he represents. The strings stretching from his back is visible andf he will be highly disappointed in 2014.

  14. howa4x May 21, 2013

    As Mr. T once said “I pity the fool”

  15. Allan Richardson May 21, 2013

    To set the record straight on “eugenics” as compared to “genocide” and Planned Parenthood: it is possible that Margaret Sanger may have had racist sentiments, as very few people did not in those days. But she risked her life and freedom to help women of ALL races who were poor, uneducated, and married to men who cared more about showing their manhood by siring as many babies as possible than about the health of their wives. She NEVER advocated or tried to force ANYONE to use birth control OR have an abortion. She NEVER wanted to have any particular RACE eradicated by birth control. In fact, she worked with women who had ALREADY borne too many children to be able to raise, given their family situations. Since girls had very little schooling, they were extremely ignorant of the details of how they got pregnant, or how they could avoid doing so (without leaving their husbands, which was, and still is by some, considered a mortal sin, regardless of their provocation). She and her helpers were arrested for “obscenity” because of the necessarily graphic and detailed diagrams (like the ones in any anatomy textbook even then, but doctors were given a free pass regarding such things) which were shown to WOMEN in ALL WOMAN gatherings to TEACH the women about their OWN ANATOMY, not for prurient arousal (although some of the police and judges were probably aroused), but as EDUCATION. Of course, the “obscenity” laws were an excuse to persecute women who tried to teach other women how to have, say, three children four years apart rather than twelve children one year apart.

    Abortion was NOT the big issue it is now, because there were very few doctors at the time who COULD perform one without endangering the mother. Also, it was almost universally illegal … due to laws passed to protect women who WANTED to raise the child from being FORCED by their HUSBANDS (or fathers, if they were single) to have an abortion, after medical abortion began to be safe ENOUGH to be a viable alternative. Besides, women who learned about birth control WHILE pregnant usually WANTED at least THIS one, but they were interested in preventing the NEXT one. And nobody’s race was ever, nor is now, in danger of dying out because of birth control OR abortion. The KKK lynched black people who had ALREADY been born; Planned Parenthood never did that. They were and are about exactly what their name says: becoming parents according to a woman’s OWN PLAN, not random luck.

    If black people become extinct because every black woman CHOOSES never to have any children, it will be tragic, but that is in no danger of happening. That is the ONLY way that “genocide” could possibly occur. One might as well say that the Catholic Church was trying to commit “genocide” against the Irish, since so many Irish boys and girls were at one time persuaded to become priests and nuns! Well, enough of them resisted that call to keep their population healthy, so Erin go bragh!

    The only way “eugenics” was involved is that most people, including scientists, believed at the time that poverty, ignorance, and criminal tendencies were inherited through the genes, whereas NOW we know that they are SOCIALLY transmitted, and we have SOME public mechanisms, though not nearly enough, to avoid that social transmission: head start daycare, welfare (for the deserving), public schools, free school lunches and/or breakfasts, public libraries, charities (as well as public school teachers on their own time) working with “at risk” kids, etc. In the 19th century, it was thought that ANY children born to poor, uneducated, or criminally involved women would automatically inherit those traits, so it made sense to try to suppress their genes from being inherited. And while Margaret Sanger did make speeches asking women to avoid motherhood if THEY felt there was a chance of passing along anti-social traits, she would not have thought that way if she knew what we know today. But she WAS right about this: a poor woman who has FEWER children has a better chance that they will grow up all right than one who has MORE, because she will be better able to provide for them, give them quality mothering time, help them become educated, and give them a positive attitude to prevent criminal tendencies. And one more thing: she is more likely to LIVE LONG ENOUGH TO FINISH RAISING THOSE CHILDREN.

  16. Matt July 24, 2013

    A true Patriot. Where are leaders like this hiding at?


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