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Black History 2008
Religion and Politics
Muslim Black slavery- Islam slave history of Black Africa
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Obama - What Every Christian Should Know - UNCUT

Have you Forgotten Sept. 11, 2001
Song by Daryl Worley
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           President                                Change Of Command In and for Iraq 
Gen. Ray Odierno sits down with Lesley Stahl for his first interview since taking command of U.S. forces in Iraq and also takes her and 60 Minutes cameras on his first battlefield tour in his new role. September 30, 2008

To Our Americans Serving in Iraq

Dear Mr. Obama
U.S. Marine Rob Sarra had been in the military for eight years when the war in Iraq began. A sergeant in charge of a unit of 32,he was considered part of the "tip of the spear"-- among the first troops to reach  Baghdad. In late March 2003, Sarra openedfire on an Iraqi woman in a black burqa he suspected was a  suicide bomber, prompting others in his unit to begin firing as well. Her body torn apart by bullets, the  woman fell quickly to the ground. It was only then that Rob saw she held a small white flag.(more) »

Whitney Houston Star Spangled Banner (SuperBowl 25)
Senegal, James Lawrence
I hope you find my websites historically informative, 
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Black American History
Religion and Politics
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Cornell West interview
The Honorable James David Manning tells white people to stop feeling sorry for black people. 
This message comes from the Temple Hour of Prayer on 16 September 2008.
Democratic National Convention in Denver, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008
Begin Deprogramming
Continuing the move to resist liberal democrats
Fireworks explode at the end of Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama's, D-Ill. acceptance speech on the final day of the D.N.C. at Invesco Field in Denver on Thursday,
 Aug. 28, 2008. (AP Photo/Bill Ross)

Amazing Grace History/"Amazing Grace"
By Wintley Phipps
National Black Republican Association
Featured Commentary
The Eagle’s Eye:  
Saving the USA from changing into the United Socialist America
 America is a 200-year old experiment – Will Obama use his unchecked power to end it?

_"A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the public treasury. From that moment on the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that a democracy always collapses over a loose fiscal policy, always followed by a dictatorship. The average age of the world's greatest civilizations has been two hundred years. These nations have progressed through this sequence; from bondage to spiritual faith; from spiritual faith to great courage; from courage to liberty; from liberty to abundance; from abundance to selfishness; from selfishness to complacency; from complacency to apathy; from apathy to dependence; from dependency back again into bondage."
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               Evidence Democrats & Obama                          Malcolm X: Black Bemocrats are Political Chumps-P1&2
       Destroyed the Economy- Will Crush Growth.                          "ALL I CAN SAY IS YOU BEEN MISLEAD!               
                                                                                                YOU BEEN HAD! YOU BEEN TOOK"!!!
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Why I'm A Conservative Republican
US Army Chorus 4-16-08

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Condoleezza Rice 
A True Believer. 

             2008 U.S. Open Golf                                          '08 Buick Invitational     

Woods wins in Michigan at the 2009 Buick Open
his 69th career victory on the PGA TOUR. 

 'Courage!' - Tiger Woods! - Playlist by Zydecodance.TV

Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, California

Whitney Houston - One Moment In Time 
(Grammy Awards Live)
Aretha Franklin - Bridge Over Troubled Water 
Miko Marks giving everyone "Something To Talk About"!
Michael Jackson ~ Man In The Mirror 1988 ~ Beautiful Song!!!
A Black American - Def Poetry Jam

Black American History Part-2 Playlist by Zydecodance.TV 

Obama No flag pin for him 
What Qualifications make Barack Obama The Man, to be
The Commander and Chief of Our Arm Forces? 
One of the Most Powerful Military Force in the World!
    Tim Russert                                            "TRUMP" THIS! - 
       Plays the Farrakhan Card                  Barack Obama is NOT Constitutionally 
                                                                     Eligible to be POTUS -- Irrefutable

Representing the ultimate in skill, precision and
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Black & White on the Grey Matters

Former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson's speech
 at the 2008 Republican National Convention. 

Sump'n Fo' the haters! 


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On the Housing Crisis 

The Hunt For Bin Laden
The officer who led the army's Delta Force mission to kill Osama bin Laden after 9/11 reveals what really happened in Tora Bora, Afghanistan, when the al-Qaeda leader narrowly escaped. 
Scott Pelley reports. October 6, 2008

Ebony Article: The Whole Debate

From: James
To: Harold
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2008 11:43 AM
Subject: Re: Ebony Article

Harold.. your wrong about me being a wee bit strange. I am a whole lot strange! in a big way! You say with Obama we can not do any worse! ("Good Lord Almighty") 
I say yes he can and yes we can! This man Obama who has never held any job longer than four years, if that! along with all those Liberal Democrats and Republicans.
You know that vile do nothing Congress along with that Vile community of people in this Great Nation, that will do almost anything for political gain and control of the White House.
                          A Random Rant                                           1 More B4 11 04

                  Maxine Waters Wants To                                                CHARLES SCHUMER 
                          "Socialize" Oil Companies                                            FIGHTS FEAR & SMEAR

               O'Reilly Blasts Barney Frank           Senator Dodd versus Bill O'Reilly   
On Fannie Mae Mess!!                                                  
   Chris Dodd Admits To Adding Loophole In               Get Out the Market, Get in the Mattress
Stimulus That Allowed A.I.G. Bonuses                                                                                    

And as far as the Iraq War goes I was against the war if it could have been avoided.
But if you have to go to war, there is a strategy to war that the average peoples can not comprehend.

For the U.S. to have gone to Afghanistan and gotten bog down with its Mighty Army first before the U.S. would have taken care of that problem in Iraq, that was what Osama bin Laden and his radical Islamic group was hoping for the U.S. to do.

That was the distraction! To get America to Do! They were hoping that Saddam Husain would have gone back to take Kuwait with what he thought a mighty Army and really put it to America and the World on the gas pump and its industries. 
                President George Bush Sr.                                        President Clinton 
                 Speech on Iraq War 1991                       Orders Missile Attack Iraq 1993
                         President Clinton                                               President Bush
              Orders attack on Iraq 1998             Issues Ultimatum to Saddam Hussein 2003

I could go on and on but I think you see For God's sakes, what can I be thinking !
Peace Brother and I truly wish you and your Family and Friends Well,
From: Harold
To: James
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008 11:51 PM
Subject: Re: Ebony Article

Hey James.. You sound a wee bit strange. Obama could not do worse than the jerk-offs who currently are ruining your country. A dumb war, foreclosures for August number 300,000, gas over $3.50 a gallon, Mexicans flying over the border asking to do your job for half of what you earn, labor unions broken, the value of the dollar falling, the mortgage industry stolen into bankruptcy and the whole world begging us to wise up. For God's sakes, what can you be thinking !

On Sep 13, 2008, at 11:47 PM,
James wrote:

This is just one more bitter person's view about their struggles in their bitter struggling historical life and is hoping Barack Obama will give them some satisfaction and gratification for their bitter struggling life. 

And its surly not to be about his skin color, his way with speech or his impatient and disrespectful ambitions, but its about experience, wisdom, integrity and honesty to deliver on the issues thru the constitution and the American way, for Change. Not! god dam America for Change. 

----- Original Message -----
From: Harold
To: James
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2008 9:52 PM
Subject: Fwd: Ebony Article

----- Forwarded Message ----
Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2008 7:49:02 PM
Subject: Ebony Article

Subject: FW: Ebony Article

Worth reading..

A Woman's Worth
We've come a long way baby
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
By Goldie Taylor

I have been a mother all of my adult life. A single working mother. I put off dating, took menial jobs far beneath my qualifications and baked my share of ginger bread cookies for PTA Night, all so that three incredible children could have a better life. I chose their lives over mine. I don't have to tell you that it wasn't easy. Unfortunately, my story, our story, is not unique.

We slept in cars, bought groceries with food stamps and prayed for a better day. When that wasn't enough, I put myself through school at Emory University and took a part-time job as a staff writer at the Atlanta Journal Constitution. That was over a decade ago.

Along the way, things got better. I've been an executive at two Fortune 500 companies and a practice director at two multinational public relations firms. Today, I own an advertising agency and I've authored two novels. A third and fourth are on the way, God willing. All of this was possible because somebody laid a brick or two on the road for me.

A few weeks ago, I woke in tears. It was my 40th birthday and certainly not a time for sadness. Rather, I cried in joy because for the first time I realized and could embrace the value of the struggle. The bright little girl, who once cried in my arms because we didn't know where we were going to live, was headed off to Brown University. The small boy who had been the "man of the house" far too soon was now truly a man. And the tiny, angelic baby who had come to this world precious and innocent just 15 months after him was now a 16 year old girl headed out to her first job interview.

 Sarah Palin, "The Journey" Inspirational Movie
For all of this, maybe I should be proud of a woman like Sarah Palin. Maybe, just maybe, I should be rejoicing in John McCain's selected running mate.

But I'm not.

I am not a "bed wetting liberal" nor am I a "right-wing zealot." What I am is a working mother. And I cry foul.

I won't, for a moment, denigrate her experience or lob spit balls at her family. I will, though, take issue with what she knows. Or more succinctly, what she does not know. Living in Alaska, I'm not sure how much she knows about the people living in inner city Baltimore. I don't know how much she cares about the 125 murders this summer in Chicago. I have no idea what she believes about HIV/ AIDS and the havoc it wrecks on Black women or the cancer rates in East St. Louis. She hasn't said nary a word about Hurricane Katrina or the infant mortality rates in Appalachia.

I do know that she's a life-time member of the NRA, a proponent of individuals who wielded the very weapons that killed my father and brother. I do know that she lives really close to Russia, but I'm not so certain she is ready for Putin. I know she wanted to ban books for public libraries and sex education in schools, but that her 17 year old is pregnant and preparing for a shotgun wedding. I know that she loves her husband enough to allow him (and probably did herself) use her office to settle a personal score--one that the McCain campaign would now like to cover up under a blanket of Juneau snow. I know that the Alaska Independent Party, and its secessionist platform, was enticing enough for her to attend its conference (and for her husband to become a card carrying member). Does she love her country? I'm sure. Enough to support those who want to leave it.

But I have no earthly idea what she knows (or could possibly know) about national domestic policy or foreign diplomacy. For all of her working class values, she never once mentioned the Middle Class in her diatribe that mocked her opponent's experience. Having been the mayor of Wasilla (pop. 6,000 at the time) and governor of Alaska (a state a smaller than the county I live in) for a little over a year, she felt she was qualified to do that. And obviously, so did John McCain.

If she's qualified, then so am I.

But in this country I love, she has been afforded the ability to run. The very constitution she says doesn't apply to the men at Guantanamo says she can. But this is about more than that.

As Gloria Steinem said in a recent Los Angeles Times editorial, "Feminism has never been about getting a job for one woman. It's about making life more fair for women everywhere. It's not about a piece of the existing pie; there are too many of us for that. It's about baking a new pie."

The good news is thanks to Shirley Chisholm, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Angela Davis, Condoleeza Rice, Anita Hill, Madeline Albright, Maxine Waters, Kathleen Sebelius, Hilary Rodham Clinton and a slew of others, there are 18 million proverbial cracks in the ceiling. Our collective political and economic power is due to the strides (and leaps) they, and others, took on my behalf.

I am grateful. I am deeply humbled to stand on the bricks they'd laid before me.

But, whatever our struggle was (and is) that last thing I want is to be patronized. Just as I cannot support just any African American who decides to offer themselves up for public service, I will not toss my vote to someone just because we share the same chromosome mix. To do so would dishonor the vow I made to my children, to myself. I did not vote for Al Sharpton, wasn't old enough (nor would I have) voted for Jesse Jackson and I certainly will not support Sarah Palin. Identity politics, especially in this case, are a sham of the worst order.

When I cast my vote, it will be for people who will lay more bricks for people like me. It will be for people who will put diplomacy before war, challenge us all to provide healthcare for the sick, help another child go to college, and check the special interests in Washington. This fall, I'm not looking for a woman

I'm looking for a brick layer.

I could care less if that person hasn't spent "enough" time in Washington or can "properly field dress a moose". I could care less if that person likes hockey, soccer, football or table tennis. I could care less if they graduated from Harvard or the University of Iowa. I'm a Christian, but I could care less if they are down with Deuteronomy, Leviticus or Numbers. I want them to uphold the Constitution.

So no, I will not sit idly by as they attempt to suspend habeas corpus at Guantanamo Bay, engage wiretaps on American citizens without a warrant, and hide behind executive privilege when they are caught firing attorney generals based on how well they tow the Republican line. I won't let them cost us $12 billion a month fighting a war that should have never been authorized and never been waged. Not while working people lose their homes to predatory lenders and watch as we bail out the financial institutions that created the housing crisis.

I will not, in the name of history, vote for a woman like Sarah Palin who does not share my values.

But heres what I will do.

I will continue raising money for Barack Obama. I will get on the phone again and call people in distant states I've never met. I will e-mail, call, and knock on doors until the final vote is cast. I do this, not because he shares my skin, but because I admire his principals and he shares my values. I do this because Barack Obama is more than a community organizer, he is a bricklayer. And he sees -- just as he sees the light in Michelle's eyes -- my struggle, my worth as a woman.

 Obama Talks Tough at NAACP Convention         Cornell West on Barack Obama

Obama On Biden, Palin                               Don't Ask, Don't Tell

    The New Yorker                                 

From: James

To: Michael
Michael I am truly sorry that you find James David Manning offensive and find it very disturbing that I not only distribute his videos to my friends and families thru e-mails but I also promote some of his videos in my websites @ www.Zydecodance.TV. With all my experiences thru my life with my brother black man or African-American if you will, has been an embarrassment to me and the black race around 70% of the time. So I do find him to be a minister of strong and hard core truth, long over due! And that I truly thank God that He is using this man to speak to the black race also the human race about finding there way to Him with humility and integrity.Michael I will always, always be grateful to you and your wife Jan for your hospitality, Love and Friendship that you have given me and I also wish you and your families and friends the best in Life.
I will take you off my distribution email list
Take Care brother,
James L Senegal
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 ----- Original Message -----
From: Michael
To: James
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2008 9:21 AM
Subject: RE: Hit the Border, Obama Comin'

I have to tell you Jimmy that this is about the most offensive email I have ever received and I find it very disturbing that you are distributing and obviously supporting the ignorant and insulting message of this James David Manning.  Understand that even though I am an Obama supporter, it doesn't matter to me that you support McClain.  My own wife Jan supports McClain.  However, the absurd arguments made by Manning truly demean every African-American and is an embarrassment that a Black man, a minister no less, would publicly make such reprehensible statements.  I wish you the best in your life because I know you have a good heart, but please take me off your distribution email list---Michael.

----- Original Message -----
From: James
Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2008 10:26 AM
To: Undisclosed Recipients
Subject: Hit the Border, Obama Comin'

From: James
To: Theresa 
That's the point we do love our Black people African-American, if you will, along with people in general. Its about the people that are lost and have lost their spirit with God, lost their respect in and with society.
So that hard cord love affection that he does in his sermons is the only way to deal with them and the truth about their lost humility and integrity with God, their disrespect and dishonesty with their fellow brothers and sisters. Its the people that have that corrupt sense of what love and feelings are and how they use it to take advantage of their fellow brothers and sisters in life. So what ever it was to detour these lost people into a negative behavior with God and society whether it was drugs, alcohol, peer pressure abuse, just maybe one or more thru the preaching of Pastor James David Manning will see the truth about the wrong he or she is doing to themselves their children and their fellow brothers and sisters. I also pray and ask God that these people will be enlightened thru humility and integrity and find their way to Him so that they may be able to live true love in their life with themselves their children and fellow brother and sisters and not continue to be among the walking dead. So its not hatred of the people but hatred of their corrupt and negative behavior. I' am also wishing many blessings to all so that we can together live our lives in Peace, Love and Joy.
Love Always!
James L Senegal
 ----- Original Message -----
From: Theresa
To: James
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2008 5:13 AM
Subject: RE: Courage and Intellect

I won't listen to these broadcasts because I have the intellect to know that this man is not a christian by any means and evidently you are confused as to what a christian is.  Gods greatest gift to us is LOVE.  All he wants us to do is love one another as he loves us, and treat each other with respect.  Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.  I have heard this person speak before and he does not speak as a christian, let alone a preacher.  He belittles people with his deragatory, unkind remarks.  Undoubtly something happened in his past that make him feel so inferior that he has to build himself up by belittling others. He is hiding behind the auspices of being a preacher and the pretense of doing God's work in order to say and do whatever he wishes.  This man has so many skeletons a closet could not hold them he had to rent a warehouse.  I will pray for him and you and ask God to enlighten and send love to both of you so that you both may experience life, right now you two are among the walking dead and will not be able to experience the love of Christ and the holy family until you banish sin and hatred and love and pray for everyone, even those who have offended you.  May God instill Love, Peace and Joy in you heart and send many blessings your way. Love Always!


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