animated picture by….Papa Mike

Chris Rock is “RACIST”, not Jason Mattera

Conservative commentator and author Jason Mattera has his eyes set on Hollywood, as his new book “Hollywood Hypocrites” takes aim at liberal celebrities who have supported President Barack Obama.

In a video clip attached to his promotion of the book, Mattera approaches comedian Chris Rock and questions him about disparaging comments he’s made about the Tea Party and racism. The video takes a bizarre turn when Rock “attacks” the camera that is recording his interaction with the author.

The incident, which apparently occurred January 23, 2012, first shows Mattera telling the actor and comedian that he’s a fan and nicely asking Rock for a picture. Then, Mattera goes in for the kill.

Comedian Chris Rock Attacks Camera During Interview With Author Jason Mattera

“Chris, when you said that the Tea Party was insanely racist — Chris, when you said…,” Mattera asked, but before he could finish, Rock reacted.

This question was referencing comments the comedian made in an interview with Esquire Magazine last year. He said:

“When I see the Tea Party and all this stuff, it actually feels like racism’s almost over. Because this is the last — this is the act up before the sleep,” ”They’re going crazy. They’re insane. You want to get rid of them — and the next thing you know, they’re f—— knocked out.”
It is important to note a few elements here. First and foremost, the audio goes out once Rock pushes the camera out of the way. So, we have no idea what was said following the camera incident.

Also, Mattera’s strategy of approaching opponents and surprising them (or “ambushing” them as some have described it) has come under fire in the past. While some admire the information he is able to gather, not everyone — even some conservatives — believes that setting figures up with on-the-spot questioning is the best way to get viable answers. The Blaze will be exploring this discussion more in the future.

See the clip, below:

Withe exception of the animated picture of ‘Chris Rock’ as a young RACIST boy the above article was from  THE BLAZE

Senate Democrats Reject Keystone Pipeline & ANWR Drilling In One Easy Vote

…….while 90% of poor and unemployed “BLACKS”, that can’t afford gas for their cars to even look for jobs, will AGAIN vote for Barack Hussein Obama….Wake up, you do NOT have to accept this and vote this looser out of office because as you can see by reading this article he does NOT have yours or mine best interest at heart. These Lib’s think more of “spotted owls” and the “Caribou” than tens of thousands of high paying jobs AND over 20,000 construction jobs.  I think his plan is to wait and see how this election goes and if it’s not in his favor he will then instruct all Democrats in the Senate to approve this right before the election…..I hope you voters will look beyond this kind of ‘political’ maneuvering  ( BULLSHIT ) and while you are home, jobless and poor, Obama & Michelle are flying back and forth from Hawaii on the money you used to have!……Papa  Mike

The Keystone Pipeline project was expected to create tens of thousands of high paying jobs in the oil industry. The project itself would create 20,000 construction jobs. And the pipeline would bring oil from Canada and North Dakota to refineries in the United States.

But it was just a big pipe dream.

With gas prices at record levels…
Senate Democrats rejected the Keystone Pipeline and drilling in ANWR yesterday in a single vote. EVERY DEMOCRAT, except for Senator Begich from Alaska, voted against the legislation that would increase American oil production.
The Pioneer Press reported:

The Senate on Tuesday resoundingly rejected a sweeping measure to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and other protected areas to oil drilling, as well as to approve construction of the Keystone pipeline project.

Tuesday’s vote was the first time in four years that the Senate has voted on a measure including ANWR drilling, and it failed miserably. The proposal needed 60 votes to pass; it only received 41 votes in favor, with 57 senators against.

Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts pushed the measure as an amendment to the bill that funds transportation projects across the nation.

Obama and Senate Democrats blocked the Keystone Pipeline last week, too.