Posts Tagged 'Obama'

Because occupy wall street…

…is doing it…and doing it with your help…please pass on


The cop’s name is Anthony Bologna… here is more about this ‘guy’:

Take Action:
If you think Deputy Inspector Bologna should be fired and prosecuted for his abuse of power, file an on-line complaint:
Mayor Michael Bloomberg:
and NYPD Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly:
and the NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board:

Here is a proper complaint that you should submit to the city of NY:
Deputy Inspector Anthony V. Bologna of the NYPD Patrol Borough Manhattan South, maced a penned in group of young women at the Occupy Wall Street protests.Deputy Inspector Bologna should be fired and prosecuted for his abuse of power or disciplined accordingly.
Article 19 of the ICCPR states that “Everyone shall have the right to hold opinions without interference” and “everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression.

NOW… Let’s review the American Dream shall we?

Because this type of stuff never gets old…

…and what makes Gotham rich rich rich!!

Because in NYC there is always…

… a photo opp.

Let's do lunch...

Let's do lunch...

Because this day will never be forgotten…

…especially by anyone who leads the free world.

September 11th, 2009

September 11th, 2009

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Because there is a Poster Boy in all of us…

…Flickr and Youtube.






Poster Boy

Poster Boy

Because characters like The Kid From Brooklyn…

… keep it New F’n Yoak interesting…to say the least.

Because this crap has never been appropriate…

… and will never be overlooked or allowed EVER again. Time to wake up NY Post, we no longer live with blind folds on. Bad taste is bad taste.


Barbara Ciara, president of the National Association of Black Journalists, said the Post showed a “serious lapse in judgment” by running the cartoon. “To think that the cartoonist and the responsible editors at the paper did not see the racist overtones of the finished product should insult their intelligence,” Ciara said in a written statement. “Instead, they celebrate their own lack of perspective and criticize those who call it what it is: tone deaf at best, overtly racist at worst.”

In California, civil rights leader Earl Ofari Hutchinson called on the Post to apologize. “In times past, that depiction of African-Americans has been vigorously condemned as racially offensive,” Hutchinson said in a statement issued from his Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable. “The cartoon also subtly condones violence. We call on the Post management to issue an immediate apology and a statement that racial insults will not be tolerated by Post writers and cartoonists.”

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