Thursday, June 27, 2013

Shelby Co. Resurrects The Ghost Of George Wallace In An Effort To Overturn The U.S. Voting Rights Act

George Wallace
The petition that led to Tuesday's U.S. Supreme Court decision to strike down a key section of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) makes ample use of racially charged language--and in the process, it invokes the memory of former Alabama Governor George Wallace.

Analysis of Shelby County v. Holder has focused largely on a 5-4 holding overturning the Section 4 formula that determines jurisdictions to be governed by VRA, and thus causes the preclearance provisions of Section 5 to go dormant--at least until Congress arrives at a new formula.

Mostly overlooked is Shelby County's frequent use of racially charged language in its petition for certiorari review to the Supreme Court. The petition references "state sovereignty" and similar phases--and those are slightly more polite terms for "states' rights."

States' rights, of course, was the mantra that George Wallace used to wage war against federal intervention in the segregationist South of the 1960s. It also was a central part of Ronald Reagan's speech at Philadelphia, Mississippi, to kick off his presidential campaign in the general election of 1980.

Wallace and Reagan were not stupid. They knew that "states' rights" was code language that told white voters, "Don't worry about the rising tide of civil rights for black people. We will look out for your interests. We will protect you."

As we fast forward to today, this week's decision already has had an impact on a pending Voting Rights Act lawsuit brought by residents of Macon County, Alabama, against Attorney General Luther Strange and Governor Robert Bentley. The case grew from raids and closure of the electronic-bingo facility at the VictoryLand casino near Shorter. Tuskegee Mayor Johnny Ford and other plaintiffs contend the raids unlawfully usurped the authority of the Macon County sheriff and heaped "economic devastation" on their county. 

Donald LaRoche, a Massachusetts-based attorney representing the residents, said the Shelby County decision makes his job more difficult. "This decision is only going to enable the Luther Stranges of the nation to hide their racist schemes better," LaRoche said. "We still have a valid section 2 claim, and now it's going to take a little longer to prove."

Back to the two words--"states' rights"--that have done more than any others to turn the Deep South into a solid sea of red for the Republican Party on national-election days. Those words fueled white fears and knee-jerk voting, leading to the kind of extremism that makes Congress dysfunctional and our country almost ungovernable.

Should citizens be alarmed that Shelby County, Alabama, borrows tactics from George Wallace to help break down federal protections for minority voters? Is this burgeoning, overwhelmingly Republican area south of Birmingham the kind of place that needs to be helping to set a national agenda? Does Shelby County, with a justice infrastructure that is demonstrably corrupt, have any business messing with federal issues--especially when its own courthouse, county commission, and sheriff's office are riddled with sleaze?

The answers to those questions are "yes," "no," and "hell, no."

What are some of the code words in the certiorari petition for Shelby County v. Holder? Consider this language:

Placing a jurisdiction in federal receivership raises fundamental questions of state sovereignty; and doing so selectively, absent compelling justification, unconstitutionally departs from the “historic tradition that all the States enjoy ‘equal sovereignty.’”

And consider this:

These federalism concerns are not academic. The preclearance regime has an outsized effect on the basic operation of state and local government.

That is right from the George Wallace playbook, when he declared in 1967 that the people of Alabama "have the right to decide some questions for themselves." (See video at the end of this post.) 

What about Ronald Reagan's words in 1980 at the Neshoba (MS) County Fair, which was chosen to host the speech as the perfect place for winning "the George Wallace-inclined voters"? Here is a key section from a transcript of the speech:

I believe in state's rights; I believe in people doing as much as they can for themselves at the community level and at the private level. And I believe that we've distorted the balance of our government today by giving powers that were never intended in the constitution to that federal establishment. And if I do get the job I'm looking for, I'm going to devote myself to trying to reorder those priorities and to restore to the states and local communities those functions which properly belong there.

I'm not the first to note the states' rights argument at the core of Shelby County v. Holder.  Stephen Menendian, assistant director at the University of California's Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, noted it in an article titled "Shelby County v. Holder: What's States' Right Got To Do With It?" From Menendian's piece:

Indeed, what is so puzzling about this notion of salience of the states’ rights discourse in this case is how concerns rooted in state sovereignty fly in the face of the obvious purposes of the Reconstruction Amendments. The Reconstruction Amendments were specifically passed to abrogate states’ rights and constrain state behavior after long experience in which black Americans were systematically subjugated by those states. Moreover, even if Tenth Amendment federalism concerns were constitutionally relevant, they would be superseded in this case by the Fourteenth Amendment, which was passed later in time. 
Shelby County v. Holder not only brings into focus the issue of the proper scope of Congressional power under the Fourteenth Amendment, it also seeks to examine how to balance that authority against states’ rights. Given the language, text and history of the Fourteenth Amendment, the issue of states’ rights in this context is irrelevant. Unfortunately, this Court seems to believe otherwise.

Menendian obviously saw Tuesday's ruling coming. And he is absolutely right that places like Shelby County, Alabama--with the help of the U.S. Supreme Court--are chipping away at protections of the Fourteenth Amendment.

Shelby County v. Holder, in essence, turns us back toward a time when George Wallace held sway on the national stage. That should send a chill down the spine of all thinking Americans.


Unknown said...

Legal Schnauzer, you hit the nail on the head and the hammer is so on point you should be a carpenter of finish fine.

States rights is a white supreme George Washington Mason ideology, too, that is, the US Constitution worked for the new order of take all that can be gotten from the natives and call it "Manifest Destiny". The Constitution was to be able to take from Colonial Britain and give to Colonists that were new owners of America.

White Supremest Masons and other 'nobility'.

States also got to have their slaves for their plantation owners, Jefferson and Washington and others too. It was a long haul, Civil War after the War with Britain, to get actual human rights' for the idea of what was intended. We have seriously digressed and continue to.

TOWNSHIPS, this was the original idea of Jefferson. Every township would have a county seat and only one hour to reach the county seat from any place within the township.

Now the SUPREMES USA do not follow the law, clearly. When the Federal Reserve System has stolen our SOVEREIGNTY then for any notion of sovereign to come up and not be dealt with via the Supreme Court?! PLEASE!!!

Louis Brandeis NOT a lawyer, gave our sovereignty to the Jewish faction that he belonged to, him a staunch Zionist. But, this high crime of treason is protected.

Hmmmm, maybe retirement for the Roaches in Robes is a lucrative job and we all should apply.

States' rights is a sham as you have exposed with the white supremest Wallace the insane loon that decided far too many backwards ideologies for the top criminally insane: Federal Reserve Cabal.

GLOBALIZATION with states' rights' what a fraud.

Jim Trafficant has filed a FOIA on the Bilderberg Group that actually decides the policy for the USA.

Until the Supreme Court of the United States of America gets CLEAN HANDS with respect to the Fed Cabal and SOVEREIGNTY, then any 'decision' from that corrupt body is indeed treason to the US Constitution and they are well aware of what they have been and continue to do, a full blown demon of collapsed US$ reserve currency ~ wonder what their money is already ready?? ~ for the new order that they have orchestrated as their oyster of ghetto hell.

Z CREDIT this is what the endless supply of 'money' is for the Supreme Court USA and all the CONGRESSES that are well aware the Z CREDIT never ends for them that have it.

US Constitution does not legally recognize Z CREDIT: Article I, Section IX, Clause VII.

Convenient is the US Constitution for those that pretend to obey the law of our land.

Anonymous said...

“South Africa has adopted and ratified the Rome Statute into our law and is therefore obliged to fulfil both its domestic and international responsibilities”, adds Tayob.

Obama Docket – High Court Press Release

26 June 2013

Lawyers will continue to pursue the case against Obama in the courts

The Muslim Lawyers Association (MLA) brought an application to court on Tuesday, 25 June 2013, to charge US President Barack Obama with a number of crimes, before he enters South Africa on Friday, 28 June 2013.

It's going to take the other people of planet earth to teach American ZIONISTS that the earth isn't going to tolerate the backwards march.

Just because the girly man POTUS got sold as a great brand, doesn't mean the product is.

Anonymous said...

A new beginning is desperately needed. Chris Floyd explains precisely what is going on, which is something you will never hear from the presstitutes. Read it while you still can:

LS, you are top dog with the reporting, do watch out for a false flag reported to be coming as the current administration falls into the dustbin of bad karma. Supposedly the Brad Pitt movie is our cue clue. It's how Hollywood Gov USA plays hard ball, practiced terror drills and then wow, Boston Marathon and other such 'lone shooters'.

Zombies are coming in some kind of a fake outer space presence with a pox that kills lots.

Anonymous said...

Love your take on this, LS. The language in the petition might have been softer and more mannerly than the language Wallace used. But it's coming from the same intellectual and emotional place.

Anonymous said...

George Wallace and John Roberts . . .

What a combo!

Anonymous said...

"In Birmingham, they love the govnah . . . doo, doo, doo . . . "

Spasmoda said...

LS, didn't some outside group fund this lawsuit for Shelby County? I seem to recall reading about that.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the best piece I've read on this subject. Thanks for going beyond the headlines.

legalschnauzer said...

More from my earlier piece re: the Project on Fair Representation, via the NY Times:

"The Project on Fair Representation, in turn, is financed by an organization called DonorsTrust, the goal of which is to 'promote liberty through limited government, personal responsibility and free enterprise.' An affiliated group, Donors Capital Fund, has channeled millions of dollars to the State Policy Network, which describes itself as a group of 'state-based freedom fighters working to stop the expansion of the federal government and return power back to individuals.' Whitney L. Ball, president and chief executive of DonorsTrust, serves on the boards of the State Policy Network and Donors Capital Fund."

legalschnauzer said...


Forgot to publish the URL to my Sept. 2011 piece on the outside group that funded this lawsuit. Here it is:

Here is key section of article:

"If Shelby County officials felt so strongly about their case, why didn't they fund their own lawsuit. Instead, something called the Project for Fair Representation funded the case, allowing Shelby County to more or less play with "house money."

Anonymous said...

I thought Alabama didn't like "outside agitators."

Anonymous said...

Outside agitators are fine when they support the white, pro-bidness establishment.

Anonymous said...

I live in the South and often hear friends talk about how far we've come on race relations. I think we have made progress on race relations, but in terms of racial mistrust and fear, we still have a long way to go. The Roberts court seems determined to make sure that any progress is stalled.

Anonymous said...

Great quotes from the guy at the U of California. He nailed it. The wingers basically want to do away with the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, which came about during Reconstruction.

choggs said...

Shelby County reminds me much like any other county in the deep south. It is sad because this will have tremendous ramifications on the Democratic Party. Let the Gerrymanding begin!

Yes, and its a known fact and let me quote Zach De la Roch :)

"Some of those that run forces are the same that burn crosses."

Anonymous said...

GLOBALISM, the 'Globalists' and this is especially CLINTONS' want to take the USA and destroy any and all Bill of Rights', US Constitution Articles, Amendments, Consumer Protection and 'Civil Rights'.

All the Winthrope and David Rockefeller families want and have wanted to, globalize America.

'Almost half way there,' George W Bush said when he left in 2008.

Problem? Unintended Consequences are China and Russia.

States' Rights, what a joke. Get federal credit to pay for taking us backwards into more and more discrimination.

Globalized and look at the peasants in India, Pakistan, Palestine, we're there.

They hate your for your barking out loud Murphy Schnauzer!

We the people love you MS-LS

Unknown said...

It took a black man, the former Chair (fired by the Governor of Oregon for doing his job), Clifford C. Walker, Black Affairs ~ to actually teach me the history of our USA and how George Washington, et al, were slave traders and honored on our money, what a statement.

Blacks have a very different understanding of history, and when their parents are well educated, well we whiteys can indeed get a great ed too.

The Supreme Court just gutted rights' for the skins not pasty like Roberts' the freak of nature, what is wrong with that guy and his mouth?

Anonymous said...

California man faces 13 years in jail for scribbling anti-bank messages in chalk

According to the San Diego Reader, which reported on Tuesday that a judge had opted to prevent Olson’s attorney from "mentioning the First Amendment, free speech, free expression, public forum, expressive conduct, or political speech during the trial,” Olson must now stand trial for on 13 counts of vandalism.

In addition to possibly spending years in jail, Olson will also be held liable for fines of up to $13,000 over the anti-big-bank slogans that were left using washable children's chalk on a sidewalk outside of three San Diego, California branches of Bank of America, the massive conglomerate that received $45 billion in interest-free loans from the US government in 2008-2009 in a bid to keep it solvent after bad bets went south.

The Reader reports that Olson’s hearing had gone as poorly as his attorney might have expected, with Judge Howard Shore, who is presiding over the case, granting Deputy City Attorney Paige Hazard's motion to prohibit attorney Tom Tosdal from mentioning the United States' fundamental First Amendment rights.

"The State's Vandalism Statute does not mention First Amendment rights," ruled Judge Shore on Tuesday.

Upon exiting the courtroom Olson seemed to be in disbelief.

"Oh my gosh," he said. "I can't believe this is happening."

Tosdal, who exited the courtroom shortly after his client, seemed equally bewildered.

"I've never heard that before, that a court can prohibit an argument of First Amendment rights," said Tosdal.

Olson, who worked as a former staffer for a US Senator from Washington state, was said to involve himself in political activism in tandem with the growth of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Anonymous said...


W ask Sr what's a Neocon

Sr told W in one word, Jewish

United Stasi America was taken over by Neo Cons that fully well intend to completely annihilate the so called "Constitution"

Anonymous said...

... last week. Britain's Supreme Court struck down the sanctions against a commercial Iranian bank, Bank Mellat, much to the chagrin of US officials, who denounced the court's decision and warned that the bank still remains on the EU and US sanctions list.

Globalization isn't global?

Redeye said...

We haven't made progress with race relations and we won't make progress with race relations until we stop being a nation of cowards and have and stop being afraid to discuss race in this country.

Anonymous said...

Schnauzer, I think you are stretching here . . . big time. I don't see anything in the Shelby Co petition that sounds remotely like George Wallace. Hurting for story ideas?

Anonymous said...

anon@3:28PM good call on how much the neoconservative Wallace, yes he was too, is no different than the neoconservatives continuing to run the south
New FBI Documents: AIPAC Founder was Communist

Administrator Mar 09, 2012 |

Newly-released classified documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have revealed that the founder of the biggest Zionist lobby in America, AIPAC, was also a member of the US Communist Party.

AIPAC was founded in 1951 by Isaiah Leo Kenen. The FBI documents, available to download in full here, revealed that he was a member of the Cleveland unit of the Communist Party (CPUSA) in 1939.

Anonymous said...

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Is death by heart attack, burst aneurysm, of cerebral hemorrhage a “natural cause”? Not if government agencies have found a way to influence your heart rate, blood pressure, or vascular dilatation. Neurological research has found that the brain has specific frequencies for each voluntary movement called preparatory sets. By firing at your chest with a microwave beam containing the ELF signals given off by the heart, this organ can be put into a chaotic state, the so-called heart attack. In this way, high profile leaders of political parties who are prone to heart attacks can be killed off before they cause any trouble. Jack Ruby died of cancer a few weeks after his conviction for murder had been overruled in appeals court and he was ordered to stand trial outside of Dallas – thus allowing him to speak freely if he so desired.

Anonymous said...

Harvey Miller is one of the most famous partners at Weil, Gotshal & Manges.

Monday will be a "grim day" at Weil Gotshal, The New York Times' DealBook reports.

The New York City law firm managed to get through the recession without mass layoffs, but it's letting 60 lawyers and 110 staff members go today. It has already cut the pay of 30 of the firm's 300 partners.

Weil's Chairman Barry Wolf told DealBook there just wasn't enough work for all the lawyers there anymore.

The timing of the mass layoffs is unusual. Big law firms had mass layoffs during the recession, but those have eased up in the past few years. Weil probably managed to avoid recession-era layoffs because one of its specialties is bankruptcy — an area of the law that thrives during tough economic times.

Read more:

Perhaps the lawyer class joining the reality enema of how the truth and justice has failed, can join and sue the criminal class too, including their law schools and all the Wall Street promises of how to live off Main Street forever in retirement ~ the lawyers have all been told, DEPRESSION was great for the lawyer class, times changed!

Anonymous said...

The Lawyer Bubble: A Profession in Crisis, by Steven J. Harper

Anonymous said...

LS everyone on your page needs to read this story about corruption at the highest levels of our current state government:

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Anonymous said...


1. At 1977 Senate hearings, CIA Director StansfieldTurner summed up some of MKULTRA's accomplishments overits 11-year existence: The program contracted out work to 80 institutions, which included 44 colleges or universities, 15 research facilities or private companies, 12 hospitals or clinics, and 3 penal institutions. I estimate that MKULTRA cost the tax payers somewhere in the neighborhood of $10 million.

2. This economic sabotage program started in 1961,and the chain of command "ran up to the President,"according to Kennedy adviser Richard Goodwin. On the CIA side, Agency Director John McCone "was very strong on it," says his former deputy Ray Cline. Cline notes that McCone had the standing orders to all CIA stations abroad rewritten to include "a sentence or two" authorizing a continuing program to disrupt the Cuban economy.

Anonymous said...

Realizing that a handful of U.S. Executive Branch leaders had the power, all by themselves, to level the Plain of Jars shook me to my core.

Every belief I had about America was upended.

If a handful of Executive leaders could unilaterally and secretly destroy the 700-year-old civilization on the Plain of Jars, it meant that America was not a democracy, that the U.S. was a government of men, not laws.

And it meant that these men were not good and decent human beings, but rather cold-blooded killers who showed neither pity nor mercy to those whose lives they so carelessly destroyed.

e.a.f. said...

you gotta love those comments. now it would appear there are suggestions this is all a "plot" by Jews who are Zionists. Please give it a rest.

There has always been difficulties in the U.S.A. regarding race. Civil rights leg. was passed. However, it is one thing to pass legislation adn another to have it become part of every day life.

The case of Shelby County vs Holder may have been argued on the basis of "state rights". However, I would suggest that was an argument to simply achieve an end which has little do to with that. it is all about the money. The good ole' white boys in the south are in the main, good ole' protestants.

The people involved in Shelby county aren't part of some international zionist plot, nor any plot beyond wanting to get their hands on as much money as possible and to retain it. These 1%ers are not into having anything or anyone stand between them and all that cash.

Not wishing to detract from the racist issues in this case, I would suggest, the case would have developed even if the Mayor had been white and had taken the position he had. Of course the 1%ers, having had their own way for so long, would object to any group challenging them. They are doubly upset through that the challengers are black.

Not much will change in the U.S.A.. In the feminist movement we always said, we couldn't change how people thought but we could change how they behaved. In this case, Shelby county would like to continue to behave badly. It is up to the rest of the citizens to ensure that doesn't happen.

Anonymous said...

He has also generated an impressive following in America, particularly among Christian evangelicals. His recent English-language book — "Israel: the will to prevail" — outlines his vision of further Israeli control over the West Bank. It won't find many fans in the Obama administration, but it did receive high praise from two of Danon's closest American allies: former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and conservative TV personality Glenn Beck.

The Likud has long been the leader of Israel's nationalist camp, believing the country should control all of the biblical Land of Israel between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River. But Netanyahu and other party moderates have gradually come to the conclusion that there is no choice but to divide the land between a Jewish state and a Palestinian one.

** WATCH OUT: Southern CRACKERS are those that support the criminal murderers global inc. "Biblical" petroleum, gold, land crusade.

Robby Scott Hill said...

I ask you, what did the Supremes just say about the Voting Rights Act or same-sex marriage that George Wallace didn't say about Blacks in in the 1960s? Sure, the opinions from SCOTUS were heavier on legal analysis, more eloquent and full of high sounding legal phraseology, but in the end, the Supremes said that the Black, Poor/Liberal White & LGBT folks in Alabama are shit out of luck because we just don't give a good goddamn about the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment or how their state government decides to deal with them. I can see Justice Thomas getting drunk with Justice Scalia and laughing about all the "Welfare Negroes" & "White Trash Liberals" in Alabama who thought we would protect their rights, but instead we worked out one hell of a compromise so the Republican Party will be able to court voters in Blue States & not lose any of the power base we've already established in the Red States. The post ruling celebration goes something like this: As Scalia sips on a vodka martini, Thomas slams another Jaeger bomb and as he cracks open another can of Red Bull to mix another bomb, he mutters, that will teach Fred Gray & all those Tuskegee Negroes to call me an Uncle Tom or a House Negro. Fuck 'em... I'm too shit faced to drive Scalia. Here's a C note, go get us a case of Colt 45 and another bottle of vodka for yourself. Give the change to Roberts to put in the sock in case we get arrested for DUI.

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Unknown said...

e.a.f.: FEMINIST .. Not much will change in the U.S.A. .. In THE!??

"FEMINIST MOVEMENT" .. we always said, we couldn't change how people thought but we could change how they behaved.

In this case, Shelby county would like to continue to behave badly.

It is up to the rest of the citizens to ensure that doesn't happen.

EAF you talk like a feminist is supposed to, too:

... you gotta love those comments. now it would appear there are suggestions this is all a "plot" by Jews who are Zionists. Please give it a rest


You began sounding like you were and are from the 'South' like the Crackers vs. the non.

READ ROBBY SCOTT HILL and learn a thing or two, EAF.


Feminists changed how people behaved and this is the most glaring reality about you EAF.

You couldn't change the way the people think, why not? Maybe the FEMINIST 'movement' isn't what people need to think or behave in the fashion of:

GENDER BENDING EAF, yes the GEOENGINEER agenda was to also make as many 'feminists' that are in essence mentally ill from thinking not with a whole healthy brain due to DNA fuck ups.

IT was and is a Zionist or call the Jewish Political Zionist movement for no boundaries in earth and then the obvious, an EAF feminist getting people to behave how exactly? Wondering about the people you've 'changed'.

YOU ARE SCARY EAF. Psychopaths are above a 4% count, Americans and those that are, are creeping around slithering in comments that appear to be about subject and point ... BUT to 'change the behavior?!' CYBORG USA .. we're all watching you

Anonymous said...


"Me Thinks The 'LADY?' doth protest too much," Shakespeare said that about the liar who murdered and pretended not to by opening a very big mouth to protest, or something like this-that:

Schwendemann did state that “Atzmon declares that he is conducting his own personal war against Zionism and Jewish identity politics.” Yet, neither the historian nor the University explained what exactly is wrong with criticism of a political standpoint - or is it just that political criticism to be outlawed in Freiburg University?

Anonymous said...

tell eaf to save the politically polite jargon, you're in deep doo doo LS:

Crime to Create a “Hostile Environment” That “Substantially Interferes” with Person’s “Psychological Well-Being” Based on Race, Religion, Sex, Etc.?

Eugene Volokh • February 11, 2013 2:27 pm

That’s what this New Mexico bill would provide:


A. Bullying consists of a pattern of intentional conduct, including physical, verbal, written or electronic communication, that creates a hostile environment and substantially interferes with another person’s physical or psychological well-being and that is:

(1) motivated by an actual or perceived personal characteristic, including race, national origin, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, ancestry, physical attribute, socioeconomic status, familial status or a physical or mental ability or disability; or

(2) threatening or seriously intimidating.

B. Whoever commits bullying is guilty of a petty misdemeanor. Whoever commits bullying that results in bodily harm or substantial emotional distress is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Note that this is not limited to speech said to a person, but could cover speech about a person — for instance, harsh attacks on a politician, community leader, academic, journalist, and the like based on the person’s religion, wealth, sexual orientation, and the like. And though the bill is being marketed as protecting children, it is not at all limited to speech about children. Indeed, the speech is not on its face limited to speech about any particular individual, and might cover offensive speech about groups as well, though it would be bad enough even if it were limited to speech about a particular person.

Such restrictions are troubling enough (and, I’ve long argued, unconstitutional when not limited to unwanted speech said to the person), when it comes to “hostile work environment harassment” law. But this bill would broaden this to cover speech everywhere, and make it a crime as well.

this is the lawyer that took the case of CRYSTAL COX btw, LS

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

“The trip will show the continent’s ‘Homeboy’ to be no different than his 43 White predecessors: a paternal view of Africa as development cases, rather than opportunities for partnership.”

Anonymous said...

Editor’s note: In the U.S., an outcry is rising against Obama’s trip to Africa for its cost, projected at $60 million to $100 million according to an anonymous source reporting to the Washington Post. “The White House is hoping the return on that investment will be an increased foothold for U.S. businesses on a continent where China and other emerging economies are already major players,” the AP reports. Rep. John Barrow, D-Georgia, however, told President Obama not to “rub that (exorbitant spending) in the faces of hard working Americans” in a time of sequester-generated austerity. And Black economic commentator William Reed complained that Obama is not taking an African-American business delegation with him, concluding, “The trip will show the continent’s ‘Homeboy’ to be no different than his 43 White predecessors: a paternal view of Africa as development cases, rather than opportunities for partnership.”

Anonymous said...

where is jeffrey spruill ?

Robby Scott Hill said...

Yes, I say "fuck," and quite a lot of "bad words," mostly because it's funny to watch y'all church ladies shit your pants at them. It's not like your husband the lawyer is going to give me a job or your daughter is going to marry me. So fuck it, I'll say FUCK.

*Did I mention fuck?
fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck

Unknown said...

Robby you make me laugh out loud so hard, when you get wound up and let us know how you truly feel about the "points, authorities, merits, issues and 'law'" - were I much younger you would be in some kind of fun knot tied together for the power of one as two.

I peed my panties laughing, too old now to hold when a belly laugh that great happens.

AND I'm not in church, don't do that deed of weight the hate till you cry-die, religions have caused us too much backwards looking and going, oh my god look at how stupid USA is.

Then the bright shining star of eight pointed Venus shows up and brings us a Robby Scott Hill to remind ALL that the real deal about life is in the expressions of free liberty to grow enough COURAGE to say what one really thinks about 'life' in USA doing earth hard time.

LOVE RSH 'GENE OF ALTRUISM' the highest of evolved 'human'.

Fuck means sowing seed, it's Dutch in origin and was used to slang the point about abuse of just a 'sneeze in the groin'.

Thanks for reminding my funny bone that the sobbing for lost love THAT HAS BEEN PREMATURELY STOLEN VIA ZIONISTS-JEW CRIMINALLY INSANE AGENDAS, gets to have a moment to be still human with time work projects to complete, and therefore, COURAGE like your humor which is the highest level of 'being human' in all the studies in all the 'countries' that are 'developed' in earth.

Anonymous said...


Earth’s alpha predator: Zionist Mafia

Humanity free of Zionism . . . try to imagine the horizon, the potential for positive growth and decency—the sheer humanity of disarming the elite. Imagine the elite global war/genocide machine dead in its tracks.

by Rand Clifford,

Anonymous said...

congresses all hate us for our technology tin foil hats

Anonymous said...

And a special thanks to Robert R. McCormick Foundation for its help in presenting this program here today and for the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security, which is the oldest committee at the American Bar Association and, of course, the organizer of this event. And before I say a few words about why we’re here and what we’re doing, again, a shout-out from me to Harvey Rishikof, who – without his opening his rolodex today and understanding the crucial nature of beginning this conversation, we would not be here today with the stellar panel that you are about to meet.

We are all aware that, as time goes by, our lives are under increasing surveillance. Nevertheless, the existence of PRISM and the vastness of its scope came as a surprise to Main Street America. Many have framed the PRISM controversy in terms of how much surveillance is acceptable. And anything in excess of acceptable is, a priori, an infringement of our Constitutional liberties.

As lawyers, we should not be willing to accept sound bite Constitutional analysis. We should also not be too quick to applaud our ability as a society to obtain pictures of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects within hours or even minutes but at the same time condemn more sophisticated surveillance. I, for one, am not persuaded that the analysis of what kind of surveillance is legally improper depends on the method used to obtain the information or even the number of gigabytes obtained.

We are a nation of laws. Consequently, we should be concerned with whether checks and balances are in place, who authorized the surveillance, under what authority, has that authorization been reviewed to determine whether it was lawful? American lawyers have the obligation to be heard on matters affecting what we do to protect our rights and liberties in the context of assuring the security of our society and our nation.

The views you will hear today don’t necessarily represent the views of the American Bar Association as a whole. Our membership, like all of you, is involved in a learning process. It’s my hope that other ABA sections and voices will be heard, and in the coming weeks we’ll present other perspectives so that most importantly, we can have in this country a full and informed debate.

Anonymous said...


you say you’re a feminist or that’s the take

so, here’s from an old feminist that learned the true art of ‘feminine’

visiting Thailand, 1967, changed the born-died-in-the-wool-backwards-‘Christian’-southern-girl

implosion, this is the yang goal too, yin implodes as an orgasm

men typically explode and soon the jing runs out

implosion is non-ejaculation and it takes the ‘feminine’ to artfully co-create in this power

it’s a TAO practice and kept secret from the Americans, mostly, but whatever people got stuck in the new ideologies of ‘practices’ in ‘spirit’ – in the WEST, ignorance isn’t bliss!

In the EAST where the greater intelligence is, sex is one of the HIGHEST practices, a ‘religion’ after a fashion, man and woman can reach incredible heights in sexually participating LIBERALLY in the art of commingling CHI as energy and not just the fuck, although the fuck is a great art too, all art is art except when it becomes a junky sloppy get it done-over

longevity is about yin-yang, it’s about simply understanding the silent subtle

AND, the deal is, most men from the mutilation practice are premature ejaculators, or impotent in ways that are innumerable, and the ‘circumcision’ is not ok. In the Arabs and Palestinians, and in the Asians, that mutilation isn’t practiced except by those that have been contaminated against nature due to a western control agenda.

TAO sex is old as dirt and liberal, progressive, oh laugh laugh and then see how the cosmic giggle really feels

E4 – March 24, 2012 – The Grand Penis Conspiracy (warning…bound to offend, adults only…)