16 March 2008

For Saint Patrick's Day 2008 KingCast and Marvin Gaye say "Erin go bragh" to all my Irish negroes from across the pond, oh, yah =^.)

Civil Rights is not about black, white, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, gender or orientation.

It's about common sense principles of life.

Saint Patrick was an Irish slave cum Civil Rights Activist, so don't get it twisted when you're drinking on Monday.

Meanwhile I'm holding down the fort here in New Hampshire.

NH AG Kelly Ayotte (non-official website) has gotta' be part Irish, so I know she's loving me for it, even though I just prevailed over her in the KingCast v. Ayotte/Franconia litigation.

We came to America and we did our things... well part of my ancestry was here first but whatever we're all Ghetto Superstars!

Related video: Marvin Gaye, "What's Going On?"



Christopher King said...

Brother brother brother there's too many of us dying.

It's all about the Liko Kenney Bruce McKay Park Bench.


LE will complain about the name so I can call it the Franconia 5/11 Memorial Seat instead.

It makes sense, even if everyone is a bit uncomfortable with it for different reasons.

I think beyond all of that and get into what binds us together as a nation, as sentient and sapient beings.


Christopher King said...

Email Tip Jar from someone at the Maura Murray forum:

Hey, Thanks!!!

And if your ancestors hurt my ancestors that doesn't matter so much as the fact that you recognize that it may have happened.

From that, we rock on a brothers and sisters.....



Dear Chris,

Copied/pasted your words...just sweet simplicity....thank you...

"Civil Rights is not about black, white, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, gender or orientation. It's about common sense principles..We came to America and we did our things..well,
part of my ancestry was here first but ....."

Some of my kin arrived 1620....I hope my kin didn't hurt your kin.....WE are all here together now, for all truth...all justice....

I was a balloon in spirit ....and will continue to be.....PS

Anonymous said...

Hey Amuss where you at? I miss the long posts of the past.

Anonymous said...

...Wherever they went the Irish brought with them their books, many unseen in Europe for centuries and tied to their waists as signs of triumph, just as Irish heroes had once tied to their waists their enemies' heads. Wherever they went they brought their love of learning and their skills in bookmaking. In the bays and valleys of their exile, they reestablished literacy and breathed new life into the exhausted literary culture of Europe.

And that is how the Irish saved civilization.

Happy St. Patricks Day To all in favor of faith, hope and charity!

Christopher King said...


Thank you.


Anonymous said...

I once met Gov. Lynch thats why I would like to endorse Joe Kenney as the next Govenor of New Hampshire.

Whats up with the Lynch - McLeod slush fund? There is no telling what this money is for, and which citizen will be targeted next.

Lynch Ayotte colaborators in police assaults.

as if we weren't paying attention

Christopher King said...

Calendonian Record printed the KingCast letter to Governor Lynch asking him to accompany us out to the Franconia area for a fact-finding tour.

He didn't even respond.

In not responding, he spoke volumes.