30 December 2011

KingCast explains the problem with Iowa and New Hampshire being the leading Primary states.

Links coming throughout the day.
From my pals at Wikipedia:
The racial make up of the state is 91.0% White (non-Hispanic), 3.8% Hispanic, 2.5% Black or African American, 1.6% Asian, and 0.4% American Indian. One percent of respondents report two or more races.
New Hampshire:

New Hampshire is 93% White and only 1.1% Black or African American, and when I was NAACP Legal Chair there a racist AG named Kelly Ayotte and her bungling idiot pal Marty Dunn (fired as Jaffrey, NH Police Chief) tried to put me in prison for investigating the visual body cavity search and three guns placed in a black man's face for LOITERING and demanding Justice for him. Not only that, Kelly Ayotte and Nashua PD have for eight (8) years now refused to investigate the forgery of my name to a mortgage, done by crooked white people when I was a licensed title insurance producer. Not one word from Nashua PD since I visited them more than two (2) months ago! Not to mention the ongoing saga of Charles Glenn, where the white witness perjured himself repeatedly and the AG illegally withheld major exculpatory evidence. Google Ralph Holder or Michael Holman as well. 

Now Kelly will screw white people too, witness the FRM Ponzi scam, Dave Coltin or the Liko Kenney/Greg Floyd/Bruce McKay Franconia shooting tragedy, (FRM and Franconia are linked here) but as a former Assistant State Attorney and current black man I am appalled and declare bullshit on all of this charade. At least one Good Thing is that a Google search for Kelly Ayotte yields my Kelly Ayotte Journal as the 3rd selection, just beneath her own sites and ABOVE wikipedia, who has systematically tried to keep my information about her from their pages, call it Distributive Justice, ahem.

Why can't we rotate these primaries to afford more diverse states and cities the right to lead the Country?
'Nuff said.


Anonymous said...

Hi Chris - I grew up on Long Island, literally a five minute walk from Queens. If my parents had lived one or two blocks over, I could say that I lived in the biggest city in the Northeast. What this meant was that my group of friends was really diverse - my best friend (and still a close friend) was Indian/Filipino. I had friends that were Chinese, Korean, African American and white. One of my friends had immigrated from Trinidad the year or so before I met her in junior high. When I cam to New Hampshire, one of the things that I noticed right away was how "white" the state is...

SHE said...

No one saw Obama as a viable candidate - until he blew the world up in whitey-white-white Iowa. I have his Iowa poster matted and framed on my wall for this exact reason. Judged by the content of his character, not the color of his skin.