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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Romney downplays expectations, Gingrich surges as South Carolina votes - CNN.com

Romney downplays expectations, Gingrich surges as South Carolina votes - CNN.com:

What I find disheartening and disturbing about the Republican debates, their candidates, and their constituents is their racist dispositions, attitudes, and character. There is no morality. There is no honesty. There are no values that encompass the nation as a whole. This has been expressly exposed in the South. Anyone who supports the Republican party supports racism, division, inequalities among the races and the nation, and the 1%. These are not Christians. They may be the Christians of slavery and separatism. Herman Cain is an idiot.

Newt Barrels Into S.C. Primary Day

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Saturday, January 21, 2012
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The Big Story, By Jonathan Alter
If the president doesn't give us specific ideas of what he wants to do in a second term, he'll have a harder time winning one. The State of the Union is where the president must actually explain how he would reduce income inequality, revive the middle class, and restore faith in our battered democratic institutions. READ MORE
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We seldom know the ultimate deadline for our lives. Most of us try not to think about it. Facebook has made denial a bit harder with a new application that allows members to record or write their final messages, which will be posted after they die. In true American fashion, the app is titled "If I Die." Not when. If. I am reminded of an Irish doctor at the Cleveland Clinic who once told me, with a wry smile, "In America, death is an option." READ MORE
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Labor Fight
Facing a legislative vote that would make Indiana a right-to-work state, alarmed union members just might try to present their case on America's biggest stage -- the Super Bowl. Labor activists will soon decide whether to go ahead with protests that could include Teamsters clogging city streets with trucks and electricians staging a slowdown at the convention center site of the NFL village. "You can tell them we'll take the Super Bowl and shove it," said Jeff Combs, organizing director for Teamsters Local 135 in Indianapolis. READ MORE
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Facing a storm of protest over online piracy legislation, Senate and House leaders said Friday they will put off further action on the measure. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said he was postponing a test vote set for Tuesday "in light of recent events." Those events included a petition drive by Google that attracted more than 7 million participants and a one-day blackout by the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. READ MORE
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This is Herman Cain!
Cheerleaders, a marching band, and a choir accompanied Herman Cain and Stephen Colbert yesterday as they marched through the campus of the College of Charleston for a rally. Cain, who is still officially on the ballot in South Carolina, wore his black cowboy hat. Colbert told a crowd of more than 3,000 -- most of them students -- that he's "believed in the message of Herman Cain for several days now."

"Herman Cain is a business leader. Herman Cain is a family man. Herman Cain is an outsider. In fact he's such an outsider he is not even running for president anymore," Colbert gushed. READ MORE
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GOP Primary
Mitt Romney pronounced himself in a neck-and-neck race with Newt Gingrich on the eve of South Carolina's pivotal presidential primary and pressed his chief rival Friday to release more details about his ethical problems as House speaker. The Gingrich camp retorted that Romney's campaign is "on a panic-attack" after losing ground in recent polls. Coupled with Perry's endorsement of Gingrich, those polls suggest Gingrich is the candidate with momentum while Romney struggles to consolidate his standing as front-runner. READ MORE
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Red Tails: The Movie

From: Thomas Johnson <thomas6952@att.net>
Subject: Fw: Red Tails
To: "bill liberty" <lib7015@aol.com>, "Larry Mills" <larrray@yahoo.com>, hmjohns@provcc.org, "marvin johnson" <mjohn76671@sbcglobal.net>, erich48@sbcglobal.net, baggettirma@att.net, bridgescab@yahoo.com, nmorgan@isfbank.com
Date: Friday, January 20, 2012, 8:34 AM

> > Family and friends:
> >
> > The Movie Red Tails that depicts the challenges and heroism of the Tuskegee Airmen
> > during WWII will be in movie theaters January 20th. This movie is produced
> > by George Lucas (Yes, the Star Wars and Indiana Jones George Lucas). George
> > Lucas was on the Tom Joyner Morning show today and he discussed
> > the challenges he had getting this movie into the theaters because he could not
> > find anyone in Hollywood that would invest the marketing dollars to get it in
> > theaters. The Hollywood investors said that they just didn't know how well
> > an "all black action movie" would play to the movie going audience. As a result,
> > Lucas, Oprah and Tyler Perry put up the remaining $35 million to get the film to the
> > theaters. The total cost of the film is $100 million.
> >
> > My challenge to all of us is to prove Hollywood wrong and let's get the word
> > out to see a movie that shows the accurate history and determination of
> > "real" American Heroes. Now, we will spend the money to see fictitious characters
> > like Laura Craft, Indiana Jones, Luke Skywalker, Jason Bourne, James Bond
> > and the likes. Let's go out and spend $300 million to see real American
> > Heroes depicted in the movies! Vote with your dollars!
> >
> >
> > Thanks for reading this and please pass it on!
> >