Sunday, November 23, 2014

Wake The F**k Up, People! Ted Cruz And Rand Paul Are Worthless Politicians!

Stallmigos: Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Rand Paul (R-KY).

I am getting tired of people like Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and other unaccomplished lawmakers making appearances on GOP Sundays bitching and whining about President Barack Obama.

The president has given the Congress time to pass immigration reform. Unfortunately the Senate bill is dead and the House isn't taking up the issue. The president decided to go forth with executive action to curb some of the deportations of undocumented workers.

This has gotten the racist right pissed off. The Republicans are scrambling for ways to block the president. The president gave a stern response. Pass a bipartisan bill and I'll sign it.

That fell on deaf ears. So on GOP Sundays, Republicans got an opportunity to respond back.

Send Cruz and Paul to the television and radio for another round of name calling and idle threats.

The Stallmigos are thinking about shutting down the government again!

These two insurgent politicians have no legislative accomplishments but yet appeared on television and radio over 100 times. It's really starting to bug me that they book these lawmakers on and they offer nothing but conflict whenever they are given airtime.

I think that these two in particular are thinking about running for president.

Lord knows that if the country could survive a presidency from these two jackasses.

I would hate to see how the media would treat them. After all, the media has given them the opportunity to rant and rave about the president being an emperor and shredding the Constitution.

Paul came to office in 2010. He and Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY, Majority Leader designate) have a somewhat testy friendship.

Cruz came into office in 2012. He got the ground running after being sworn in. He's been a thorn in the ass of both the president and the Republicans. He was responsible for the government shutdown of 2013. He makes no bones about being idolized like Jesse Helms.

Now that Representative Tom Cotton (R-AK), Representative Cory Gardner (R-CO), Joni Ernst, and Thom Tillis are jumping into the party, one could hope that the government will eventually work with the president.

President Barack Obama has ignored Cruz and Paul. The president thinks that some of the Republicans are getting tired of Paul and Cruz hogging up the spotlight.

Do you believe they are running for president? And if so, would you support these two despite them having no legislative accomplishments since being elected?

Marion Barry Passed Away!

DC Councilman and former mayor Marion Barry passed away.


Today it was announced that former Washington, DC mayor Marion Barry passed away overnight.

We here at Journal de la Reyna send our condolences to the family of Barry.

Barry, a colorful and yet troubled individual in the 1990s. He was caught smoking crack cocaine while in office. While in prison, he turned around his behavior. He wrote booLike the former mayor of Toronto, Barry made things work in Washington, DC during the 1990s. But his actions were mired in controversy. For you see lawmakers in Washington hated him.

Barry was a council ward during his final years.
The infamous crack smoking tape. The FBI set up a sting operation to catch the mayor.
Marion Shepilov Barry, Jr. (March 6, 1936 – November 23, 2014) was an American politician who served as the second elected Mayor of the District of Columbia from 1979 to 1991, and again as the fourth Mayor from 1995 to 1999. A Democrat, Barry had served three tenures on the Council of the District of Columbia, representing as an at-large member from 1975 to 1979 and in Ward 8 from 1993 to 1995 and again from 2005 to 2014. In the 1960s he was involved in the African-American Civil Rights Movement, first as a member of the Nashville Student Movement sit-ins and then serving as the first chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).

Barry came to national prominence as mayor of the national capital, the first prominent civil-rights activist to become chief executive of a major American city; he gave the presidential nomination speech for Jesse Jackson at the 1984 Democratic National Convention.

His celebrity transformed into international notoriety in January 1990, when he was videotaped smoking crack cocaine and arrested by FBI officials on drug charges. The arrest and subsequent trial precluded Barry seeking re-election, and he served six months in a federal prison. After his release, however, he was elected to the DC City Council in 1992 and ultimately returned to the mayoralty in 1994, serving from 1995 to 1999.

Despite his history of political and legal controversies, Barry was a popular and influential figure in the local political scene of Washington, D.C. The alternative weekly Washington City Paper nicknamed him "Mayor for life," a designation that remained long after Barry left the mayoralty.

The Washington Post has stated that "to understand the District of Columbia, one must understand Marion Barry.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Cheers & Jeers!

The president and Congress hear the cries. The president acts out on his word. Republicans vow to fight.


Republicans vow to fight the president every step of the way. During this lame duck session of Congress, the outgoing Democrats are probably going to the networks or private practice. Some may even jump onto the agitator radio circuit.

President Barack Obama delivered his statements Thursday. He told the nation that he's going to enact executive orders in the wake of the failure to pass comprehensive immigration reform.

Immigration advocates and some undocumented workers and their families are praising this decision.

Tonight the president announced his plans to use his executive action to ease up on deportation.

This plan will assist about 1/3 of the undocumented migrants who already been in the country for nearly five years will be exempted. This is brought

The Benghazi select committee spurred by conservative agitators and Republican lawmakers netted again no fault towards the president, Hillary Clinton and CIA.

The Benghazi attack happened on September 11, 2012 when four Americans were killed after a militant group run up on a CIA-sponsored consulate. They used the cover of an anti-Muslim movie to draw an attack on the facility. The mastermind is held in American custody. The racist right has used this as a tool to Republicans win control of Congress. They were trying to find outrageous conspiracies and discredited individuals as

The Ferguson decision will be coming soon and the president urges calm to the residents of the metro St. Louis area.

The nation awaits to hear the fate of the Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.


Friday, November 21, 2014

Regardless Of The Outcome, Ferg Officer Is Likely Done With It!

Wilson wants a normal life. 

As the nation waits for the grand jury decision on the fate of Ferguson officer Darren Wilson, many communities are planning for riot control and the possibility of race incited violence.

The racist right is hoping that Blacks go bananas and tear up the towns and suburbs.

Obviously the lines are drawn and people have already made their minds up on the situation.

Somehow I am thinking the Zimmerman verdict all over again.

CNN reports that Wilson may resign after this. He fears that if he stayed on the Ferguson Police force the residents are going to revolt. Wilson still maintains that he done nothing wrong but knows that the impact is felt and he does have some ounce of remorse to the family.

While Wilson has told associates he would resign to help ease pressure and protect his fellow officers, he has expressed concern about resigning while the grand jury was still hearing evidence for fear it would appear he was admitting fault.
Again a dead body can't tell a tale.
Wilson, a white police officer, fatally shot Brown, a black 18-year-old who was unarmed, on August 9 -- are not in dispute. Most everything else about the case is, leading to emotionally and racially charged divisions about what should happen next.

The officer's supporters have claimed Wilson fired only in self-defense, pointing to witness testimony and leaked grand jury documents that suggest Brown might have attacked Wilson, struggled for his gun and perhaps charged the officer moments later.

Brown's backers have been likewise adamant in blaming Wilson, claiming the officer shot a young man who, according to some accounts, was holding up his hands in surrender.

This dispute as to what happened at that crucial moment, the handing of the investigation from the outset and the fact that charges were not brought against Wilson sparked days of protests on the streets of Ferguson. The ensuing police response, which many have called heavy-handed, and the violence, property damage and looting of some during the protests only deepened the sense of mistrust.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

FSU Shooter Left A Manifesto!

The nice guy who went on a murderous rampage at Florida State University.

Earlier this morning Florida authorities and the FBI are probing into a campus shooting overnight at the Florida State University.

Myron May went on a rampage at the campus injuring four before the law put the slug in him. He would be killed after a ten minute rampage. This extremist was given the opportunities most never gotten. A master's degree, a law degree and an alumni status. Not too many have an opportunity to achieve the dream through the American educational system.

May, a graduate of FSU in 2005 went into the library and let rounds. Four were injured critically.

He don't know what his motive was for going into

May left some clues to his motive in a journal. Obviously he had mental issues and a fear of something. May has mental illness. He had ties to my community of Dayton, Ohio.

In Dayton had a rocky childhood. He struggled with depression. He may of have bipolar disorder.

We don't know but I can guess he was probably on the verge of being targeted for something.

Officers from the Florida State and Tallahassee police departments responded within three to five minutes of the first reports of gunfire, according to Mayor-elect Andrew Gillum.

Once there, they found the shooter outside Strozier Library and asked him to drop his handgun.

"The suspect did not comply with the commands, and actually shot at one of the officers," Tallahassee police spokesman David Northway said. "They returned fire, and the subject was killed."
A student's college book saved his life. The bullet ricocheted into it.
He graduated from Texas Tech University's law school in 2009, and practiced law in both Texas and New Mexico, according to Tallahassee Police Chief Michael DeLeo. May moved back into the area a few weeks ago.

The school canceled all classes and exams Thursday in the wake of the shooting, offering counseling services to those directly and indirectly affected.

Meanwhile, investigators are surveying the scene and interviewing witnesses -- trying to determine exactly what happened and for what reason. DeLeo, the police chief, hedged when asked whether May had fired at officers, saying investigators still have more witnesses to interview. He said is appears none of the victims were targeted for any specific reason.

"Mr. May had a written journal and videos where he expressed fears of being targeted and that he wanted to bring attention to this issue of targeting," DeLeo told reporters. "A preliminary review of these documents and videos demonstrate that Mr. May was in a state of crisis."

Those who tried to protect themselves thought rationally. The knew how to handle an active shooter.

They would barricade themselves with books, tables and locking doors. They were trying their best to not be seen and fight if cornered.

May's impact could shape how lawmakers are passing stupid conceal carry laws. They want people to actively carry firearms while on college. A great idea until the bad shooter gets you first.

Again a mass shooter doesn't care who he hits. The mass shooter doesn't care who is hit. In the mass shooter's mind, as long as the shooter sees a window of opportunity to aim at a target, the shooter is going for it.
FSU campus was on lockdown.
The nice guy is the most dangerous individual with a gun. They say that good guys carry guns. The nice guy as it's put, are doormats who felt the world owed him for an unpaid due. The ones who are spurn by women, jobs, family and usually has trouble trying to find friends. They are actively ridiculed by tormentors who target them over perceptions of being poor, gay or having alleged active illness. These people have family members or close associates who own firearms. The nice guy gets the opportunity to take the firearm from the person without their knowledge. The nice guy will obtain firearms from dealers or retail stores. With lax laws, a firearm could be in the hands within days.

The impact of a mass shooter is devastating. Lives are lost or forever changed by injury.

Damn shame that the nice guys are likely the ones to kill.

We here at Journal de la Reyna send our condolences to those who were lost in this senseless tragedy

Downtown Dayton, Ohio wasting money on highway underpass street lights

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