An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Archive for 22 March 2010
Kicking down a back door isn’t the way Jonah Asher wanted to get back into his Memphis home. With three Memphis Police officers as backup, Asher is finally taking back what’s his.
“This is what I was up against,” Asher said, holding up a sign that says “Shoot to Kill.”
It took a court order to get Asher back in the house.
Cobbs says man-made laws don’t apply to him, because he’s sovereign. He filed papers with the Shelby County Register of Deeds declaring that he is exempt from federal, state, and local laws.
“This guy thinks he’s a sovereign king and he can take what he wants when he wants, and nobody can do anything about it,” Asher said.
“This guy is talking bout I think I’m a sovereign king, I am a sovereign king! And he gonna find out. Yahweh gonna put him out of his house in Mississippi,” Cobbs said.
Cobbs says he follows the teachings of Yahweh ben Yahweh, the leader of a black supremacist movement.
“We study real deep. We learned all of this from Yahweh Ben Yahweh,” Cobbs said.
This Cobbs guy is a real piece of work! I watched this report on the news tonight, and was flabbergasted that he has been getting away with this for a while. A $500,000 home, a $4.6 million motel, and other properties.
“This ain’t the only home I’m gonna take, I’m bout to take over everything I can!” Cobbs said.
In other words, he’s going to steal other people’s homes, and he’s announcing to the world he’s going to steal them. I had to look up this “Yahweh ben Yahweh“. I’d never heard of the guy. Evidently, he was quite a piece of work too.
Yahweh ben Yahweh emphasized that God and all the prophets of the Bible were black and blacks would gain the knowledge of their true history through him. He also emphasized whites and particularly Jews as infidels and oppressors. Lastly he emphasized loyalty to himself as the son of God YHWH.
Served time on a RICO charge, accused of murder (acquitted), and evidently taught his ‘followers’ that the 8th Commandment does not apply to them. Not too bright for someone who claimed to be the son of Creator.
I realize that’s a shock to some of y’all, but it’s true. Seriously!
They’ll say anything, do anything, MAKE UP CRAP, just to ATTEMPT to put those opposed to their socialistic ideology in a bad light. The problem is, they keep forgetting that videos are forever! Especially on the internet. If you are a Congressional Democrat and decided to throw accusations, you damn sure better have PROOF!
Waiting. (tapping toes)
Still waiting. (drumming fingers)
Uh huh…..that’s what I thought.
slan·der /?slænd?r/ –noun
1. defamation; calumny: rumors full of slander.
2. a malicious, false, and defamatory statement or report: a slander against his good name.
3. Law. defamation by oral utterance rather than by writing, pictures, etc.
Video swiped from The Political Jungle.
(Sound out of sync.)
“Electing just any Republican is not the answer. We’ve seen what happens when we send Republicans to Washington who don’t truly believe in the principles of freedom. They abandon their principles, lose the trust of the American people, and leave us with Democrats controlling Congress and the White House.
Instead, we must support true conservatives who love the Constitution and who will fight for limited government, a strong national defense, and traditional family values. And we must only help those candidates who vow to repeal ObamaCare.”
From Senator Bob Corker (R-TN):
“Tonight’s vote is disappointing, and its cost will hit our state and future generations very hard,” said Corker. “On Friday, Governor Bredesen let me know this bill will cost Tennessee an estimated $1.1 billion in Medicaid expansion over five years – a huge unfunded mandate that creates a very difficult situation for our state.
“Beyond that, I think what bothers me most about the bill are its disingenuous accounting mechanisms. It’s insulting to the American people. First, the bill applies 10 years of new taxes to finance six years of spending, resulting in huge deficits over the next decades. Second, even President Obama’s own Medicare officials have determined that Medicare savings are counted TWICE in the bill, hiding the legislation’s true cost. This comes down to elementary school logic; you can’t spend the same dollar twice. And finally, almost as soon as the ink dries on this legislation, a new bill will come forth to deal with all or part of what is called the ‘doc fix’ to ensure that physicians who treat Medicare recipients do not receive a 21 percent cut. The cost of that over 10 years is more than $200 billion, proving that Americans have not been dealt with squarely on the true accounting associated with this bill.”
From Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN):
“This is an historic mistake. And unlike Social Security, Medicare and civil rights legislation, the only thing bipartisan about it is the opposition to it.
“The mistake is to expand a health care delivery system that is already too expensive instead of reducing its cost so more Americans can afford health insurance.
“This taxes job creators in the middle of a recession. It means Medicare cuts and premium increases for millions of Americans. When you include the cost of paying doctors who serve Medicare patients, it will increase the national debt.
“It will force governors to cut higher education funding, and raise taxes and tuition to pay for new Medicaid costs. In Tennessee, the governor says the cost will be $1.1 billion or more over five years.
“And the last-minute Washington takeover of the student loan program will add a half trillion more to the debt and overcharge 19 million student loans to help pay for health care.”
At least ONE governor is speaking out against this disaster they call ‘health care’, that has nothing to do with health or care! Governor Rick Perry of Texas, my place of origin (residence for the majority of my life, and once a Texan, ALWAYS a Texan), is one:
“Unfortunately, the health care vote had more to do with expanding socialism on American soil than it does fixing our health care finance and delivery systems. The Obama health care bill undermines patient choice, personal responsibility, medical innovation and fiscal responsibility in America.
“As passed by the U.S. House, the bill will cost Texas taxpayers billions more, and drive our nation much deeper into debt. Congress’s backroom deals and parliamentary maneuvers undermined the public trust and increased cynicism in our political process.
“Texas leaders will continue to do everything in our power to fight this federal excess and find ways to protect our families, taxpayers and medical providers from this gross federal overreach.” (source)
From the governor of my current state of residence, Tennessee, as of Monday, March 22, 7:35am, Governor Phil Bredesen: