morning everyone

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I’ve had a few requests for this video of Rev Al Sharpton – I tried emailing it to one person, but the file was too big and bounced back!

If you click on the share menu at the top left of the video you should – I hope – be able to download it or embed it from there. If you have any problems let me know.

Here’s another one you liked:

(Will catch up with you all later today)

20 Responses to “morning everyone”

  1. 1 Abena
    April 10, 2011 at 10:02 am

    Can’t think of a better way to start my morning… thanks Chipsticks… have a wonderful day

  2. April 10, 2011 at 11:03 am

    Good morning, and thank you for my daily dose of medicine..

  3. 3 Proud of Obama
    April 10, 2011 at 11:05 am

    Morning all. Had to switch off the morning shows after I watched the most brilliant campaign manager in history — David Plouffe. As usual msm shilling for republicans. Can I just say how much I hate David Gregory and Candy Crowley?

    • 4 Asher in Boston
      April 10, 2011 at 11:10 am

      Proud, I too hate, despise these two and the entire MSM at large. You did the right thing, cant listen to a smart, intelligent guy like david plouffe and the dilute that with the nonsense of the talking heads.

    • 6 Betty's Girl
      April 10, 2011 at 11:22 am

      I watched a little MSNBC this morning and decided not to watch anything else. I am now happy Karen Finney did not get the Press Sec job! I was so pulling for her because I wanted just a little more brown and female as public face for the administration. They are all stuck in the old way of politics. The President was clear when he took office. He said he was not going to get locked into all the same old arugments. He wanted to move the ball along and that’s what he is doing. Furthermore, once again he is doing the work the Democratic congress failed to get done. It seems to be a shock to Repubs, so-call journalist and more so Democrats. This who lost and who won is something the press and politico’s are playing. The rest of American is moving on.

      • 7 Proud of Obama
        April 10, 2011 at 11:37 am

        Oh, Betty, I was pulling for her too. Now I see why she wasn’t chosen.

        I’m really pissed at the cowards in congress. The dems put PBO in this position because they were too scared t have a budget out there that they would have to run on. Once again, he had to clean up their mess. And they have the nerve to get mad because he didn’t wait on them to act in Libya. They screwed up Guantanamo by not funding it and now he has to shoulder the lies that he failed.

        I’m sick of these folks. I hope we Obamacrats will be on their case and holding their feet to the fire. We need to be absolutely clear that we will accept nothing less than full-throated support for the President. They better get on board and on message.

        • 8 Betty's Girl
          April 10, 2011 at 12:04 pm

          Exactly POB! That’s why they do all that bitching in public but still vote for the deals. I think only around 40 Dems voted against the temp extension. It will be interesting to see how many vote against the final deal next week. It is time to Speaker Pelosi to get her caucus in line. I respect her very much but she has to realize after the 2010 elections the harm many of her caucus members are causing the party as a whole.

      • 9 Audrey
        April 10, 2011 at 5:48 pm

        Karen Finney is all about Karen Finney! She is an unimpressive, slimy self-serving lightweight whose only agenda is self-advancement and t.v facetime! She sucks big time and I was so grateful and relieved when President Obama passes on her! I suppose that also got her on the vengeance anti Obama train in full force! Not that she ever really supported the President. She was always on t.v self-promoting and looking for her next gig! I was actually very surprised that she was ever considered for press secretary! She did a terrible job as spokesperson for Elizabeth Edwards and also for the DNC! She was always so half-hearted and unimpressive at best!

  4. 11 Asher in Boston
    April 10, 2011 at 11:13 am

    Yeah, cant get enough of this video and the Bill Cosby one. Nice day to start my day. And, Good morning family.

  5. April 10, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Why is everyone forgetting that the House wanted to pass a budget but Leader Reid told them he didn’t have the 60 votes required to approve it… Because Senator Kennedy’s seat was allowed to be given away we loss the Super majority… So once again the msm jokers have failed to point this out as usual…

  6. 15 Proud of Obama
    April 10, 2011 at 11:55 am

    David Plouffe did a good job today making a joke out of Chump. Can I just say that I think David Plouffe besides being super smart is cute. too.

    • 16 Betty's Girl
      April 10, 2011 at 12:06 pm

      I can’t wait to see the clip!

    • 17 Asher in Boston
      April 10, 2011 at 12:57 pm

      Proud of Obama, also the Potus’ Aunt Zaitun Onyango, gave it to chump and told him to stop distorting facts and disrespecting Potus, but ofcourse trump has never respected the Pres. She told him to lay off their family. I was like you go Auntie Zai, tell that racist fool off.

  7. 18 m
    April 10, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Chips, you are a superstar! Thank you for all you continue to do!

  8. 20 barb
    April 10, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    Hi all. I just wanted to post this tidbit if anyone is interested in what Bill Cosby is doing these days. The first part of April he was in Kansas City with his Bill Cosby/Goal Program.

    “He spoke as he sat next to Eric L. Wesson of One Goal Consultants during the Cosby/Goal program at Ruskin High School on Friday morning in south Kansas City. One feature of the program involved skits addressing a variety of issues including conflict resolution, school bullying, proper attire and grooming, nutritional eating and youth violence in the urban core. GARVEY SCOTT/The Kansas City Star 0331201″

    Students of the high school would perform skits regarding the above issues. He was in the audience during this time observing each skit and then went on the stage to educate regarding them.

    He also had a sold out performance of 2,200 where he discussed the odyssey of marriage. It was part educational and part comedy. It was very family oriented.

    I am pleased that he is involved because he has a lot of offer youth today.”Pull us your pants”.


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