Ouch, That’s Gonna Leave A Mark !!!

I almost drove off the road hearing this on Glenn Beck’s show this morning. A Louisiana, dyed-in-the-wool Democrat Senator, Elbert Guillory jumps ship to the right side of the aisle and delivers a World Class Smackdown™ to his former party. He pulls no punches and delivers a scathing blow to the Plantation Party, aimed at the black community. This man deserves a medal for his honesty in correcting the lies we’ve heard the left use for decades to secure the minority votes in this country.

Take it away Sir…..

I don’t think I need to add a single thing to this one other than FUCKING OWWWWWW!!!!

Take that you treasonous slave-masters. The people are waking up. The Democrat party has been hijacked by the Progressive-Socialists and they can expect more of this coming home to roost. Make no mistake, there are a few honest politicians out there with the balls to ‘fess up. I’m sure Sen. Guillory is going to take a savage beating for this, but L-rd protect him for standing up for what is right.

The truth cannot be hidden indefinitely, and like the cock-roaches they are, they’ll scatter when the light of that truth is shown onto them.

‘Nuff Said..

-Carry On

30 comments

  1. 1
    Bones growls and barks:

    Something that I have been pilloried for when I tell the same to black co-workers for years. Welcome to reality sir, no spread the word. Maybe some of the stupid people will believe it if you say it, I guess me being wite and saying it just won’t cut it. Oh, and FOIST!

  2. 2
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Now THAT is going to leave marks. Racist white liberals demands that he be committed for a sanity check in 5..4..3..2..1

  3. 3
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    So, the GOP picks up one state senator, as a goodly number of its US Senators prepare to sell the country down the river. Sorta reminds me of that one Wehrmacht MG-34 team that really kicked ass during the battle of the Barrikady Factory in Stalingrad….

    Still, nice to see the Communists called out on their bullshit now and again.

  4. 4
    LC Spare Parts growls and barks:

    Wanna bet he gets a phone call at 3 A M from a person with a disguised voice claiming to be Vince Foster’s ghost? Did this sort of thing happen to a certain former Congressman from Oklahoma who quit after a couple terms? Do not be surprised if he winds up inside of a gator before summer is out.

  5. 5
    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    Sadly, he will be dismissed and ignored

  6. 6
    Retired Spook growls and barks:

    Sure got dusty in here, all of a sudden! Gotta check the A/C filters, I guess

  7. 7
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    LC Gladiator @ #:

    Sadly, he will be dismissed and ignored

    After the obligatory “Uncle Tom,” “house ninja,” and “race traitor” charges.

  8. 8
    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    Just one point folks- He’s a Louisiana STATE Senator, not a US Senator. That in many ways makes his defection even more stunning. He represents District 24, Saint Landry and a portion of Lafayette Parish and the city of Opelousas. It’s demo is about 70% black, with the rest white and a smattering of native American’s. It’s the home of the famous Tony Cachere’s seasoning and LouAna cooking oil, two products your kitchen should not be without. The district is also extremely poor with roughly 40% of the resident families below the poverty line. With demographics like this, his change of heart is significant. This man has had it with seeing what the demonrats are doing to the poor, enslavement in the name of charity, just like he said. Let’s hope he’s persuasive enough among the black populace to see that their misplaced, perpetual instinct to vote democrat is totally contrary to their own self-interest as free citizens. If we have a chance to reshape our Republic back to the founding principles, by definition conservative, it must start at the local levels. The Eye of Mordor will be looking in his direction and we know what’s to follow. They are not going to accede ground easily.

    This man will need support in a huge way. Rumor has it that he’s considering a run for Lt. Governor in the next year or so.

  9. 9
    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LC Jackboot IC/A says:

    Just one point folks- He’s a Louisiana STATE Senator, not a US Senator. That in many ways makes his defection even more stunning. He represents District 24, Saint Landry and a portion of Lafayette Parish and the city of Opelousas. It’s demo is about 70% black, with the rest white and a smattering of native American’s. It’s the home of the famous Tony Cachere’s seasoning and LouAna cooking oil, two products your kitchen should not be without. The district is also extremely poor with roughly 40% of the resident families below the poverty line.

    And that’s the real kicker right there. Nobody, NOBODY can accuse him of “switching for personal gain” there. If anything, he’s taking a HUGE risk as far as his political career is concerned. I’d be more blunt and say that he just signed his own political death warrant, but I don’t want to jinx him. I wish him all the best and salute him.

    That’s why it’s significant. Not because one State Senator switching sides in Louisiana is going to save our Republic, because obviously it isn’t, but because it’s a sign, an indicator. Keep in mind, unlike a US Senator, this is not a guy who his constituents barely know, they just voted for the guy because he was running on the right ticket, this is a guy they’re close to, somebody from their community, and that’s somebody that his constituents are more likely to listen to.

    I’m not saying that his entire district is going to turn Republican of course, that’d be stupid to say, but when the Republican party rolls out somebody like Steele he’s just “some stranger who was probably bought to say that”. This guy, on the other hand, is the neighbor of the voters who voted for him.

    He’s yet another sign that the ground is slipping under Ogabe’s feet. He’s not the avalanche, but he’s the pebble that might get it started.

  10. 10
    readerjp growls and barks:

    I don’t get any link, or picture or sound.

  11. 11
    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Outstanding.

    Now check THIS Marine out: another black gentleman, and one who’s “not an African American, I’M AN AMERICAN!!!” http://www.jacksonforlg.com/the-speech-that-rocked-virginia/

    If he doesn’t want to make you run out and overthrow something, baby, you haven’t got a pulse. Man, that brought me to my feet, cheering.

  12. 12
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Tallulah @ #:
    404 not found.
    :em08:

  13. 13
    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    Here’s the URL to that video pups: Elbert Guillory-Why I’m A Republican

    Misha @ 9– Thanks once again Boss for making crystal clear what my addled brain couldn’t. You hit my point square on. This man lives and works in his district. He’s talking to a helluva lot of his own neighbors, advising them to get off the Government Plantation of handouts. He’s risking his family and job by telling the truth.

    Balls, Big Titanium Ones.

  14. 14

    The guy is terrific, and the video is wonderful. Although, inaccurate when it comes to the “Party of Lincoln.” But I suspect that this portion of history is too nuanced to deal with in a short video such as this, so yeah…

    DiLorenzo’s “The Real Lincoln,” is a terrific book. There are some issues with it, but the main point about the economics of abolition and the Republican Party’s Hamiltonian approach to politics is dead on.

  15. 15
    Library Czar growls and barks:

    This is a start. Its not the mountain ahead that wears you down its the grain of sand in your shoe.

  16. 16

    Library Czar says:

    This is a start. Its not the mountain ahead that wears you down its the grain of sand in your shoe.

    Oh, I totally agree. I told Rob as much when he got terse about the Lincoln rimjob last night.

    It’s tough to explain all that in such a short amount of time.

    That said, I’m SO sick and tired of the continued tongue bathing of Lincoln’s fetid carcass!

    :em08:

  17. 17
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch @ #:

    That said, I’m SO sick and tired of the continued tongue bathing of Lincoln’s fetid carcass!

    What? Our bestest, most awesomest President ever? (Because of His divinity, Obama would obviously be primus inter pares, however, since He obviously has no true pares as all other presidents were mere mortals, He has graciously deigned to allow Lincoln to hold the title in the Earthly realm.) How dare you question the man! He freed the slaves and preserved the Union, I’ll have you know! He made it so that this nation could have a new birth of Statism, and that government, over the peasantry, by the elites, for the elites, shall not perish from this Earth. Seriously, what more could you ask from a man? Well, other than removing all of those troublesome Xtianist references from his diktats, but really, that was just throwing a bone to the rabble, so it is of no great import.

  18. 18

    Fa Cube Itches says:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch @ #:
    That said, I’m SO sick and tired of the continued tongue bathing of Lincoln’s fetid carcass!
    What? Our bestest, most awesomest President ever? (Because of His divinity, Obama would obviously be primus inter pares, however, since He obviously has no true pares as all other presidents were mere mortals, He has graciously deigned to allow Lincoln to hold the title in the Earthly realm.) How dare you question the man! He freed the slaves and preserved the Union, I’ll have you know! He made it so that this nation could have a new birth of Statism, and that government, over the peasantry, by the elites, for the elites, shall not perish from this Earth. Seriously, what more could you ask from a man? Well, other than removing all of those troublesome Xtianist references from his diktats, but really, that was just throwing a bone to the rabble, so it is of no great import.

    :em05:

  19. 19
    Spin Drift growls and barks:

    One man stood and the world watched in Tianeman Square, One man stood in Turkey and the world watched, One man stands in the US and we watched. Do we support him as he laid bare the lies of his protectors? Will we support him when the jackals and the wolves come to his door?

    One good man, who has seen the light and spoke the truth and dared the system. We must have his back for when the retaliation comes as it surely will. I will stand with him for he does not need my help but only desreves it. When election time comes and he decides to seek another term, I will contribute from my meager fortune to his campaign, for this man has already paid with his sacred honor. As for the rest of you, I owe him no less.

    Hold Fast

    Molon Labe!

    Spin Drift

  20. 20

    Spin Drift says:

    One man stood and the world watched in Tianeman Square, One man stood in Turkey and the world watched, One man stands in the US and we watched. Do we support him as he laid bare the lies of his protectors? Will we support him when the jackals and the wolves come to his door?

    and the voters of Colorado have gathered enough signatures to recall the democRat senate president for his anti 2nd Amendment legislation.

    this is the start of the revolution, a peacable one (hopefully stays that way), they either turn to our side as the honorable Mr. Guillory has done, or we take them down as the majority that we are.

    no retreat, no surrender

  21. 21
    bruce growls and barks:

    his voters will go for the hand out every time and he will lose the next election to hand a out artist.

  22. 22
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Spin Drift @ #:

    One man stood and the world watched in Tianeman Square

    The Chicoms were smart, waited for nightfall and the journalists to go back to the hotels, then went in and busted heads. The image of the lone guy in front of the tanks in Tiananmen has sort of a dual meaning – yes, it shows a lone figure standing up to tyranny, but it also shows that the tyrants knew to be patient and understood how to best control the presentation of the coming smackdown.

    It’s not unlike Masada – on the one hand, it showed the dedication of the Hebrew rebels. On the other hand, it showed the lengths to which the Romans were willing to go, just to wipe out one little insignificant band of rebels. If the Romans were willing to go through all that time, trouble, and expense just to get a dinky little rag-tag band of troublemakers in a back corner of the Empire, how much more extreme would be their reaction to an insurrection in some place important, like Gaul, or Egypt?

  23. 23
    kmhendu growls and barks:

    Tallulah says:

    Outstanding.

    Now check THIS Marine out: another black gentleman, and one who’s “not an African American, I’M AN AMERICAN!!!” http://www.jacksonforlg.com/the-speech-that-rocked-virginia/

    If he doesn’t want to make you run out and overthrow something, baby, you haven’t got a pulse. Man, that brought me to my feet, cheering.

    That is the kind of man we need to lead our nation!

  24. 24
    LC Old Dog growls and barks:

    UH, you guys keep referring to this Great Man called Lincoln. Are you referring to the Asshole who fought the War Of Northern Aggression by violating almost every sinew of the Constitution?

    I thought you might be but I am confused as to what the difference between him and Teh Won is other than no provable shots fired? :em03:

  25. 25
    Tallulah growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster @ #:
    Hi, Angry Webmaster: do try it again. Apparently it was down Tuesday evening, but it seems to be up and working again. It’s a speech that raised the rafters!!!

  26. 26
    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Re Lincoln, the great H. L. Mencken had a few things to say. (At the bottom of this excerpt, there’s a link to the rest of the article that brilliantly demolishes the Great Emancipator.)

    Mencken and More on Lincoln’s Speech

    The critical observations of America’s most famous journalist about America’s most famous speech, which was written and delivered by America’s most worshipped president, have recently received some attention on the Internet (but certainly never in the mainstream press).

    I speak of H. L. Mencken and his comments on Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

    Here are Mencken’s words, which make up the concluding two paragraphs of his short, sharp essay on Lincoln. The essay first appeared in 1920 in the Smart Set, a literary magazine published by Mencken and George Jean Nathan.* I encountered it some years ago in the 1955 edition of the Vintage Book Mencken collection by Alistair Cooke:

    Like William Jennings Bryan, he was a dark horse made suddenly formidable by fortunate rhetoric. The Douglas debate launched him, and the Cooper Union Speech got him the Presidency. His talent for emotional utterance was an accomplishment of late growth. His early speeches were mere empty fire-works—the hollow rodomontades of the era. But in middle life he purged his style of ornament and it became almost baldly simple—and it is for that simplicity that he is remembered today.

    The Gettysburg speech is at once the shortest and the most famous oration in American history. Put beside it, all the whoopings of the Websters, Sumners and Everetts seem gaudy and silly. It is eloquence brought to a pellucid and almost gem-like perfection—the highest emotion reduced to a few poetical phrases. Nothing else precisely like it is to be found in the whole range of oratory. Lincoln himself never even remotely approached it. It is genuinely stupendous.

    But let us not forget that it is poetry, not logic; beauty, not sense. Think of the argument in it. Put it into the cold words of everyday.

    The doctrine is simply this: that the Union soldiers who died at Gettysburg sacrificed their lives to the cause of self-determination—”that government of the people, by the people, for the people,” should not perish from the earth. It is difficult to imagine anything more untrue. The Union soldiers in that battle actually fought against self-determination; it was the Confederates who fought for the right of their people to govern themselves.

    What was the practical effect of the battle of Gettysburg? What else than the destruction of the old sovereignty of the States, i.e., of the people of the States? The Confederates went into battle free; they came out with their freedom subject to the supervision and veto of the rest of the country—and for nearly twenty years that veto was so effective that they enjoyed scarcely more liberty, in the political sense, than so many convicts in the penitentiary. –H. L. Mencken

    The “civil war” of which Lincoln speaks was no more a civil war than was the American Revolution. The breakaway states were not competing for control of the central government. The 15th century War of the Roses between the supporters of the Houses of York and Lancaster for the crown was a classic civil war. The war over which Lincoln presided was nothing like it. Proclaiming it a civil war does raise the stakes rhetorically, though, making the speaker, his supporters, and their cause appear to be more threatened than they really are. . . . Both parties to the war had a claim on the legacy of the founding fathers, and the South’s claim might have been the better of the two.

    Those who signed onto the Constitution would certainly never have done so if they had thought that the rights of the signatory states to go their own separate ways at some future date should the union not work out were thereby abrogated forever.

    http://www.dcdave.com/article5/081122.htm

  27. 27

    LC Old Dog says:

    UH, you guys keep referring to this Great Man called Lincoln. Are you referring to the Asshole who fought the War Of Northern Aggression by violating almost every sinew of the Constitution?

    I thought you might be but I am confused as to what the difference between him and Teh Won is other than no provable shots fired?
    LC Old Dog recently posted..Muslims and Toilet Paper

    big difference Old Dog, Lincoln freed the slaves, obama wants to enslave us.

  28. 28

    Tallulah @ # 26: That Mencken quote was exactly my thoughts put into perfect wording. Thank you for finding the link with the quote!

  29. 29
    Spin Drift growls and barks:

    I’ll be in China on Monday, I’ll ask the local gentry about the 1988 uprising. Some will know, some won’t and some will feign ignorance. Should be interesting.

    Hold Fast;

    Molon Labe

    Support rough men who will do violence in the night.

    Spin Drift