Monday, October 13, 2008


I really hate to continue discussing this guy James T Harris, but dammit, he just won't stop it with the cooning. I mean, this guy has taken his 15 minutes of fame to new heights. I've even read his blog, and since this all broke on Friday, he has written three blogs about his instant fame, and as he sees it, racist notoriety. Yeah, he said he's been getting death threats, and that most of the negative commentary, and blogs about him are coming racist black people like me.

After begging John McCain to "take it to Obama" at the next debate, this black man is now making the news circuit. In the following clip, here is he beimng interviewed by Fox. I think its funny that he's being interviewed and not the angry old white man who stood up and spoke at the very same rally. Instead of him, they're parading the BLACK MAN to speak thru the media of his support for McCain.

See how they use black people? Especially when its to go against another black man, and create divisions. Sure it can be said that I'm guilty of this by posting this. But, do you really think thats what I'm doing here? No, I'm trying to show you people, just like I always have, how race is so much of an issue in America, that they will seek to exploit it. Now this guy is gonna be all over Fox News Channel like I expected. I swear, I wish we could offer a trade and get O.J. Simpson back in exchange for this guy. At least nobody wanted to poke microphones in O.J.'s face. Its too bad that this dude didn't do his jig at a McCain rally in las Vegas. You know what they say...what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas; just ask O.J. Simpson, and he'll tell you. If only this negro would stay off the airwaves, we'd all be happier.

Watch the video, and tell me...

doesn't he look less rehearsed in answering the line of questioning?

Kinda makes it look more and more like a publicity stunt at the rally the other day doesn't it?

Lemme know what you think.


Villager said...

I agree with you entirely. I'm writing a post about Black Republicans ... and that led me to his blog. He definitely is milking this for the fame and notoriety that he can get from it. 21 more days and all of these nuts become 'moot'...

peace, Villager

RiPPa said...

VILLAGER: Oh man, I'm so tired of them using these black men to promote their agenda. I saw three brothers on CNN in an interview explaining what it means to be a black republican. When I saw them, I couldn't help but to think that these cats are a serious product of assimilation. Its like for the dudes I saw in that interview, and the ones I've encountered personally, being a Black republican is like a badge of honor which shows how "different" they are.

remorji said...

Willie Lynch is ALIVE!

Kit (Keep It Trill) said...

Rippa, I been wondering about the something the past few days. I dug around and someone on some obscure forum suggested this, and it makes me wonder too. Tell me if you think JTH is the same person as "Alonzo", or a relative?:

Note that he wears a hat to hide how much or little hair he has.

Alonzo does machosauceproductions, and made a bunch of pro-McCain videos that are simply amazing, coming from a black man.

He has link to his MySpace where he notes his former nickname is 'Super Slave'.

His Facebook photo is interesting and I wonder if that beard is real.

The voice is a little different - but a good actor can wear many hats, ie Tracy Ullman, the comedian.

If he's not the same person, there a two really weird mahfuckas who damn sure look and think alike. It's eerie.

RiPPa said...

REMORJI: Don't be saying that man. You know people think the Willie Lynch letter is fake and hence the psychology of the whole thing.

KIT: Thanks for sharing the links. I've never even herad of the guy you directed me to. I just wish James T harris would step the fuck off. I just read his interview on Essence where he said McCain whispered something in his ear when he hugged him. He won't say what McCain said, but I get the feeling that making tickled his ear with his tongue.

blackgirlthinking said...

I wish he would sit his ass down, his public display of content slave has been damaging enough, but for him to continue trying to gain publicity from it is even more embarrassing and upsetting.

msladydeborah said...

I asked my mom what she thought about this situation. She is 75 years old and definitely has some on point comments.

"There is always that one among us who will be their Amos n'Andy."

This isn't a new situation for us to witness or deal with. *sigh*

During every period of black struggle in this nation there has always been "that one" who will openly support the opposition by acting like they think we should.

I know some black Republicans and they are not too happy with his performance. Nor are they really that thrilled about the latest GOP racially aroused assaults on Obama.

One thing for sure, after this election is over, I suspect that he will continue to be the black talking head for the conservatives.

But what gets me is the fact that he doesn't seem concerned that the same folks he is currently aligned with may turn on him.

If that happens~what's a man like him to do?


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