ZoNATION: Live MLK’s Dream, And Get Called ‘White Man’s Whore’ For It

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Left leaning people are funny. They claim to love Martin Luther King Jr. and try to own his legacy, yet call people ‘sell outs’ and ‘traitors to their race’ when people like Adam and Tamera Housley fall in love.

So Zo doesn’t believe their so called reverence for MLK. And just as they get angry about people living out his dream, they get angry about the idea of him being a Republican, and insist that he couldn’t have possibly been one. Considering the contradictory nature of leftists, Zo doesn’t see much reason to believe them on that either. Here more in this ZoNation!

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  • Camden

    You used a 20 lb. Sledge hammer to nail this one on the head!

    • autdrew

      Yes he did!

  • Liberals are the biggest racist I know. If I disagree with Obama than I am a racist even Obama now says so. If I tell liberals that I am part Native American I am called race traitor and all sorts of racist names like Tonto savage and I have Native American liberals say I have no right to call myself one of them because I am a half breed. But we are the racist not them. I am so sick of liberals and their racism. I am sorry to say this but racism never switched sides for Liberals all the see is race and many of their views are racist for they feel minorities cannot stand on their own two feet and need white liberals to hold their hands and the sad thing is they buy that lie.

    • TheRealJackpineSavage

      I know Exactly what you’re talking about.
      It amazes me the mental gymnastics that people use to convince themselves that the left is looking out for Them.

  • James A. Tyler

    I just want to say that Barry Goldwater was a member of the Arizona NAACP Chapter and also de-segregated the Arizona National Guard, which may tie to his support of states’ rights, but I just wanted to point that out.

    EDIT: You mentioned the NAACP at the end, my bad. Although the bit about the National Guard still stands.

  • DaddyLongLegs44

    First story that I read on your website( including video), and it was a good one too!

  • shaw08

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    • TheRealJackpineSavage

      I’d imagine it can lead to some scary places. :op

  • Herman Vogel

    If you look at the time line of legalized Abortion and kids killing kids and mothers killing their kids you will see a marked increase at the time legalized murder of the unborn became commonplace. Also, street gangs grew at the same rate. Sure, we had them before but they stayed in the shadows. Now when life is deemed worthless enough to kill the child before it is born kids from Broken Homes and dysfunctional so-called Families look at it the same way. If the child is so worthless Before it is born,,what’s wrong with killing it Afterward. Sad, huh.

  • Food4Thought

    It’s important to remember that the terms “liberal” and “democrat” and not synonymous, as well as the terms “conservative” and “republican”. 150 years ago, Republicans were liberals and Democrats were conservatives. This example is as plain as day if you look at Lincoln’s political ideology. He’s a Republican president, but is considered a progressive or liberal, dare I say radical. Historically speaking, you can’t reference the Republicans of 150 or even 50 years ago as conservatives, because they were fundamentally liberal. And vice versa for Democrats. Furthermore, in reference to MLK being a Republican (which I’m not certain why it would matter one way or another), he is quoted as saying: “I feel someone must remain in the position of non-alignment, so that he can look objectively at both parties and be the conscience of both—not the servant or master of either.” and “I don’t think the Republican party is a party full of the almighty God nor is the Democratic party. They both have weaknesses … And I’m not inextricably bound to either party.” Although he never endorsed a presidential candidate, he did, however, admit to “always voting the Democratic ticket.”

    • ddnews119

      You should read Zo’s book, he specifically addresses why your Food4Thought is a crap sandwich.

    • I have not read it yet? Any Good?

    • ddnews119

      It is very good, humorous and well thought out. His chapter on the “Party Switch” & “Nixon’s Southern Strategy” of lib fantasy is very on point.

    • CalConservative

      Seriously? NIce Dem talking points, but none of it is true.The march toward desegregation started with Eisenhower and Nixon. I seem to recall it was the Dems barring the doors. Beware lying Democratic talking points. The above one is being spread around the internet.

    • I sorry but who race baits with racist names to those who disagree with them liberal democrats. Who thinks that blacks Mexicans and Native Americans cannot make on their own brain power so the need white liberals fighting for them liberal democrats. Who cheerleads for the racist Che Guevara Margaret Singer and Woodrow Wilson that would be you liberal democrats. I sorry but I don’t buy your backwards logic just look at the racist things NAACP said about Sen. Tim Scott the only black Senator. They said “A ventriloquist can always find a good dummy, the extreme right wing down here (in South Carolina) finds a black guy to be senator and claims he’s the first black senator since Reconstruction, and then he goes to Washington, D.C., and articulates the agenda of the Tea Party.”

      I am sorry the only thing your party switched is which race you hate and the people who have the balls not to follow your fascist leanings. Last thing I like to point out find one true Conservative that loves the everyone in GOP. I bet you will only find two maybe three so MLK saying that does not really shock me but nice try.

    • Jacobb Chapman

      Listen to some of the language the president used. “Workers have a right to organize into unions and to bargain collectively with their employers. And a strong, free labor movement is an invigorating and necessary part of our industrial society.” Wow.

      How about this one? “Only a fool would try to deprive working men and women of their right to join the union of their choice.”

      Listen to the way he goes after the right here. “Should any political party attempt to abolish Social Security, unemployment insurance, and eliminate labor laws and farm programs, you would not hear of that party again in our political history. There is a tiny splinter group, of course, that believes you can do these things, but their number is negligible and”–and the president says–“their number is negligible and they are stupid.”

      That is not what Barack Obama said. That is way to the left of any national Democrat at this point. That was all Republican President Dwight David Eisenhower. That was all the stuff he said when he was president.

      Under President Eisenhower, the top tax rate for the richest Americans was 92%. He said the United States could not afford to lower taxes until, quote, “The factors of income and outgo will be balanced”. He called for a balance budget and admitted that taxing the rich was the way to do it. The Republican platform during the Eisenhower era called for expansion of social security, broadened unemployment insurance, better healthcare for Americans, and an increase in minimum wage. It called for improved job safety(business regulations) and equal pay for workers regardless of sex. If he were to run for office today, he’d run as an Independent. Not your ordinary Independent. A Bernie Sanders Independent.

      In 1982, who passed the largest tax cuts in American History? Ronald Reagan.

      Who called for comprehensive healthcare reform legislation in 1974, a program that was more left than what President Clinton and President Obama called for? Richard Nixon.

      Eisenhower, Reagan, and Nixon – they were not the Liberals of their day. They were the conservatives of their own time. But American politics has shifted so far to the right in the last 50 years that we thought was conservative was actually off-the-charts Lefty. President Obama’s state of the union address was hailed as centrist, not too liberal, and not too conservative, but right down the middle of America politics. And that is something American’s like to hear. CBS reported that 92% of Americans who watched his speech agree with his proposals, while CNN reported 84% had a positive response.

      Those numbers don’t happen in politics. Those are crazy numbers.

      Historically, the process of a Democrat trying to find the center in politics has seen Democrats chasing the center as it moves to the right. The thing that’s different about the left and the right in this country is that there isn’t an equal and opposite force on the left that’s anything like the conservative movement on the right. The conservative movement exists outside the Republican Party, and it serves to constantly pull the Republican Party further to the right.

      So, when you have a president like Bill Clinton who found popular centrist decisions by splitting the difference between where the Republicans were and where the Republican–where the Democrats were and where the Republicans were, and the Republicans kept moving further to the right because they’re being pulled there by the conservative movement, when you have a president who triangulates like that, what you end up with is a president who as a Democrat moves the country further to the right, because he shifts to the right every time he takes another centrist position.

      The dynamics on the right are the same as they’ve ever been. The right word drift of Republican politics from Eisenhower to Nixon to Ford to Reagan to Bush, Sr. to Bush, Jr., it’s less of a steady drift now than a fast rightward jerking motion. The rightward movement in Republican politics is going faster, I think, than it ever has before.

      For example, George W. Bush, he ran for president on a platform of comprehensive immigration reform. He ran for president saying that he has supported the assault weapons ban. But by the time he was president, supporting the assault weapons ban was no longer all that tenable, so he let that ban expire. He did try for immigration reform, and then he abandoned it.

      Then his entire party ran against him on it by the time they needed a new presidential nominee. It was a quick turnaround.

      You know, it was only 2008 when John McCain and Sarah Palin ran for office by saying they supported a cap-and-trade energy program. Remember that? Cap-and-trade used to be their idea, used to be a Republican idea.

      The individual mandate for health reform–that used to be a Republican idea.

      The DREAM Act on immigration–that was sponsored by John McCain once upon a time. But by the time Democrats brought it up for a vote, John McCain had turned against his own idea. Why? Because Republican politics are jerking so fast to the right that Republicans are being forced to turn against their own policy positions when the new right wing position dictates it. They can’t even keep up within their own careers.

      On the right, the process that has dragged the political center to the point where Dwight Eisenhower would be denounced as a socialist now, Ronald Reagan wouldn’t even pass a Republican purity test, he’d be the guy they excluded from the debates for being a wingnut, that process is still very much in tact. On the right, things are working sort of the way they always have, if not faster.

      But heading into the State of the Union address, the question was: would President Obama continue to change Republicans to the right? There are two ways to approach this, right? There are two ways to claim the 92 percent instant approval rating of sounding like the man in the center.

      One way is the Clintonian way–to let your policies just drift right because the Republicans drifted right, too.

      But there’s another way. A way we heard about during his speech. It is to claim the center, to claim the political spoils you get for sounding like you’re in the center, that 92 percent CBS rating, right, but to put the center back vaguely somewhere where center actually is.

    • I am sorry moron but nothing you said is based in logic and it does not change the fact all you liberals care to see is race. In fact these are responses directed at me yesterday for being a Conservative Native American by liberals.
      “Newsflash:
      Don’t you have a blanket to get polio from?”
      “Maybe you should lay off the fire water Tonto”
      “What an Savage”
      Yeah keep telling yourself racism switched sides.

    • Jacobb Chapman

      MLK jr was actually critical of both parties, but during the 1956 Presidential election, he said “I always voted the Democratic ticket in the past.” He voted for John F. Kennedy in 1960. Why would a civil rights leader vote for the “racist” party?

    • So I could of told you that and JFK hanged out with Conservatives on both sides of the isle and many things he said would of been consider Conservative today. If anything it shows the Dems became less tolerant over the years and pushed anyone out they disagree with.

    • caleejr

      Who are they organizing AGAINST if they’re working for the gov’t? They’re organizing against the people who pay their salary – the working citizen pays their wage by the confiscation of their wages. They are organizing against their neighbors. That’s inclusion and not division, right? Pit neighbor against neighbor is tolerance and inclusiveness.

  • Rustytruck

    Zo, I love your vids Brother, you always tell the truth and did the homework to back it up. I must know the same liberal dems you do because they go ballistic on me when I tell them the truth. If it weren’t for the fact that I’m a nasty old Biker they’d try to take a poke at me, good thing they actually stop to think about it first. You want to hear something funny? I’ve turned some of my black buddies on to your site and music who never heard of you or the band. Now tho, they scratch their heads and wonder how I knew of you and they didn’t. I told them they were listening to the wrong black man. God bless you Bro, keep the videos coming, you’ve got my full support.

  • wjef4ds

    Thanks Zoe !!
    I am one who was shocked by the haters on the left ..My daughter gets married in June in Vegas “Paris Paris if you want to go LOL anyway, I was told to my face by so called friends (I know who they are now) that “Daughters who marry black men, hate their fathers” . I left that golf game very mad and sad but not for me or my Daughter or her future husband Azelle but them..God will prevail in the end !! God bless you Zoe !!! William the @TheCivilianBlogger on twitter Billy Jeffords on FB

  • wjef4ds

    Thanks Zoe !!
    I am one who was shocked by the haters on the left ..My daughter gets married in June in Vegas “Paris Paris if you want to go LOL and way I was told to the face “Daughters who marry black men, hate their fathers” . I left that golf game very mad and sad but not for me or my Daughter or her future husband Azelle but for those haters ..God will prevail in the end !! God bless you Zoe !!! William the @TheCivilianBlogger on twitter Billy Jeffords on FB

  • virginia

    the only thing i can say is keep talking and praying they will wake up !!

  • Jacobb Chapman

    Martin Luther King Jr. was NOT a Republican. He was critcical of both parties, but during the 1956 presidential election, he said “I always voted the Democratic ticket in the past”. He voted for John F. Kennedy in 1960. Wow, what a great Republican.

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