Friday, October 14, 2005


Louis Farrakhan is a loser. Looks like Dubya's not the only guy trying to make people prove negatives. I can not STAND these AlSharptonJesseJackson types who make themselves look stupid crying race all over the place. Louis Farrakhan is one of the worst.

Kinda sad, but mostly funny. I wonder if he proposed the same way.

16 babies?!? That means (if my math is correct) that this woman has been pregnant for 12 years of her life. Well, a little less counting twins. WOW. I told Drew I'd cut it off after 5, he said "uhhh, 5?" Okay, 3.


javafoofoo said...

Quoting the Bible and the Quran, The Rev. Farrakhan said he suspects there was a government conspiracy behind the New Orleans flooding, but is confident that God will reveal the truth.

DOn't worry Lou, God will reveal the truth...about how much a dip**** you are. Damn idiots...

And it's nice to hear about folk who can multiply like rabbits that can actually house, clothe, feed, and educate their childrens. Nice!

Lauren said...

Proof that the flooding wasn't a government conspiracy to destroy the homes of the black people: the 17th street canal breach took out all the homes in LAKEVIEW - the last mostly white neighborhood in New Orleans. I was there this weekend, and the waterline mark is to the rooftops, just like the Lower 9th. And what about poor Chalmette? Was that a government conspiracy to kill rednecks? Whatever. Just about everybody knows Farrakhan is a yahoo.

shiksa said...

There was an article in the New Yorker about dynamiting the levees - apparently it happened at some point in time during early settlement of New Orleans and since has become a social boogeyman passed down from generation to generation.
And since when does the Bible and the Quran reveal government conspiracy? *wink*

Tony said...

I'm sure that castration is not an acceptable form of birth control in the eyes of the Lord. Besides, "Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, so are the children of one's youth. Happy is the man who has his quiver full of them; they shall not be ashamed, but shall speak with their enemies in the gate." (Ps 127:4-5)

In other news:
I do recognize that I was "tagged" in your blog on 9 October; I suppose that imposes some sort of obligation on me, as does your recent e-mail. I haven't been home before 10 pm in 12 days, but when I get a couple of hours free, I will respond. Hopefully before you get your birthday and Christmas presents. :)

Unrelated topic:

I don't worry about the Reverend Jackson and Minister Farrakhan as much as about Reverend 50 Cent and Minister Ludacris. They're the ones polluting the minds of young black Americans, not those irrelevant racemongers. Not to mention the abortion industry, which is by far the nation's biggest propagator of black-on-black violence.