Mr. Banana Man has a plan for those who oppose Obama

Harry Belafonte says all Obama can do is put those who oppose his agenda in jail.

To hear this Marxist cretin tell it, only a tiny minority oppose Obama. More than 60 million people voted against him. That represents more than 48% of voters. That is a profoundly divided electorate and it does not represent any kind of a mandate for Obama’s crapulent vision for America.

For now, the Banana Man really likes “winner take all democracy”. He didn’t see things that way in the past. In fact, we have had this sort of majority rule in America before. For example, majorities far greater than Obama’s 52% voted for Jim Crow in the pre-civil rights era South. By Belafonte’s own reasoning, the majority approved of and voted for Jim Crow and if a minority group opposed it, they should have been put in jail.

Of course Belafonte doesn’t believe that. He is a cynical hypocrite. When elections go his way, he believes in the absolute inviolability of the ballot box. When elections do not go his way, he believes in direct action to overthrow the will of the majority. Belefonte isn’t an intellectual, he isn’t a deep thinker and he isn’t even a decent human being. He is a political charlatan and an aspiring Marxist killer who is restrained only by a lack of power.

Preppers Vindicated is not far fetched in a nation filled with aspiring thugs like Belefonte.

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6 Responses to Mr. Banana Man has a plan for those who oppose Obama

  1. notamobster says:

    Throw em all in jail. Ooh, re-education facilities would be better.

    Notice Al laughed. What a couple of lying, hypocrite, fools.

  2. AFB says:

    Screw Belafonte. And not in a good way.

    That is all.

  3. Slaphappypap says:

    You know, he should do it. Could you imagine all of the great minds of the conservative movement put in prison? Who the hell would do all the work first of all? Who would pay for the useless in the country? Who would watch MSNBC? People would starve. So would Harry.

  4. messup says:

    Bellafonte’s “Banana Boat Song” words are a put down of any Black American (or Black in America, for that matter). Start’s with”Day-o, dayeoo, day-de-light an me wanna go home.” And it goes on from there…who in the world even talks like that (amongst Blacks) in America?

    Bellafonte’s own CRT(Critical Race Theory) has skewed his views on plight of Blacks in all of America. What is all Black America’s plight in America? one asks! Democratic Socialists of America, NAACP, Black Caucus, Race baiting, and all of We The Elite People of Culture of corruption in Washington DC led by the likes of Rev. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson et al aimed at “keeping all Blacks on the proverbial plantation.”

    Then there are all of the Hollywood Elite. A Far Left, like minded bunch of individuals focused on collapsing Americas economic, cultural and social foundations with out of control “tax-and-spend” policies designed to place every American family in a sink hole of indebtedness they will never climb their way out of. 95 million Americans (est.) are now, December 2012, on some form of government assistance programs (including a large percentage of illegal aliens).

    Yes, Harry, “Day-ooo, dayeooo, day-de-light an me wanna go home.”Pray. Amen.

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