Haters Gonna Hate. Zo Responds.

You Mad? Guess so! I got a double dosage of hate for calling out Michelle Obama on her speech at Tuskegee U.  Here’s what I gotta say to that, in This ZoNation! Also I want to say thanks to this who received the message well, and thank yous to this who have been on the left but considered what I’m saying and are doing a rethink! And if you really like the message and would like to see more of it get out there, I really hope you’ll support by following up on what I mention in the video! Thanks for watching!!!

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  • Koker

    As a man who was raised to judge those by their character not the color of their skin and to show respect to any man who deserves it. You sir are a good, honest man and you have my full respect!!! Thank you for speaking out, and screw the haters!

  • Maurice Foster

    Well let me just say that I do NOT laugh at you Zo. I applaud you. In fact, I give you a standing ovation. For someone that is a self-proclaimed “high school dropout,” you have more intelligence than A LOT of people with degrees. Even if I don’t possess the “gift of gab” that you have, I agree with just about 99% of your video posts. I just wish I could express myself the way YOU do. You even have a funny/sarcastic way of getting your points across. Keep up the good work !!!!!!!!!! I look forward to your next message.

  • Bret Crane

    Zo – get down with your salty self 🙂

  • I have never laughed behind your back, but I’m not a republican. However I do know many republicans and conservatives but I don’t know of any that laugh behind your back or hate black people. I also know several democrats and although everyone I know claim not to be racist, about half of them are.

    • Sullys Pops

      Which half? Like a movie that leaves you high and dry. Half the leftist, half your friends?

    • I said I know several democrats, so clearly the half I am talking about are out of the ones I know. Also, I didn’t claim they were my friends.

  • Johnny Tremain

    Love the message, love the messenger, love your music. Keep up the good fight.

    II Timothy 1:7

  • Bryan Lyman

    I laugh at you ZO…only because your blunt truth makes the progressives look ridiculous! I will never understand how these commentators expect to be taken seriously when they say you are a hateful racist, while at the same time calling you and everybody whom they don’t agree with, the most vile and hateful things imaginable. That makes about as much sense as chopping your own legs off because some day you might possibly break your leg and you want to avoid having to go to the doctor…pure insanity.

  • out3rbanks

    I am a white, conservative Republican and I subscribe to and enjoy your video posts. I think that says it all.

  • PChuck

    Zo, welcome to the freak show. It’s the only way to describe the logic behind ‘pro’ blacks in America. Keep up the great work.

  • Aubrey Coppler

    I have to tell you I so enjoy your commentary because so much of what you say is really spot on and just good common sense. I can never quite agree with the, “it’s my turn to hate” mentality. My favorite is when people think the personal behavioral criticism or calm dialog that departs the slightest from their solidified opinion somehow equates to racism, which is really something they are projecting based upon their own racial stereotyping and bigotry. Keep telling the truth and maybe that truth will help set someone else free from the dogma they have had inculcated in them from birth, day in and day out!

  • Casual spectator

    Alfonzo, I feel you are right in many ways. You do, however, have a platform for race issues that people such as myself do not. I say many similar things, and have received the bite back “you just don’t know what it’s like” or “you don’t get it”. I may never experience things in the way that people from other races do, but I have trouble expressing to people that we all have challenges that we are supposed to face. Victim mentality has absorbed so many people, that they’ve forgotten their own power to change a situation for the good. Not only that, you are certainly right about the culture of hate we live in. My point is, you do have something that “white folks” don’t: You have the ability to say “Yes, I do know what it’s like to be black in this nation”. You have that retort, which is why- I would argue- you upset them so much. It implicates them in their own poor livelihoods. You serve as a prime example of what they could be, what they ought to be- if they were not so swept up in this “woe is me” attitude (that afflicts much more than just black people). They’re mad because they feel powerless, they feel the system’s out to get them… your example (and countless others) shows they’ve put those chains on themselves. That’s hard to swallow. But instead of owning that, and changing things, they continue to attack people. Sorry for the book. But I just thought I would mention that, you do have something special here- and I’ll keep on saying these things, but I know full and well the responses I will get, every. time.

  • J_R_K

    Zo, I’m a white guy, over 60 and I don’t laugh at you. As a matter of fact, I consider myself at least a degree or two above average intelligence, and I admire you for how intelligent you are. I couldn’t begin to do what you do. So no, I don’t laugh at you. I respect and admire you.

    Having said that, now I gotta say this: I didn’t say that for you. You don’t need to hear it and you and I both know it. You’re solid enough that you don’t need my approval to prop you up. I said it for the benefit of those haters… you know, just to give them give them something else not to hear.

  • steven

    Zo, I was a Republican until they crapped all over us, now I call myself an independent.
    Keep up the good work.

    • louisk

      An independent. Isn’t that one who goes both ways? Why on earth would you enjoy sitting on a fence instead of one who would be known has having convictions?

    • steven

      In truth I guess I’m a conservative,the American voter gave the Congress both the House and Senate, and I feel like the only thing the Repubicans have done is defecate on the American voter.

    • louisk

      I have to agree with your statement 100% sir.

  • Timothy William Felska

    Brother Zo, I have a hard time believing that you are a High School dropout; you articulate your thoughts in such a way as to belie a rather profound intelligence. My best guess is that you are one of those smart kids that got bored easily in the classroom. At any rate, I just want to thank you for the way you encourage me to keep going as a Christian. You are a good man. I’m praying for you and 20lb Sledge.

  • Heath Martin

    Zo. You are my brother. I stand shoulder to shoulder against the Left with you.

  • MasterBlaster

    Alfonzo. I always enjoy your commentaries no matter what the subject. I’m 73 year-old retired US Marine, mostly raised in the North by Republicans, but I’m an Independent. Like you, I am not politically correct, and never intend to offend anyone. The way I feel is that if I’m not talking directly to you, and I say something that offends you, either walk away or get in my face…but if you get in my face, be ready to stand the consequences. I’m old, done a lot, and been to many places, (including a year in Vietnam) and I really don’t give a s***t what anyone thinks. Indeed, keep up the good work, and God bless you and keep you safe. Temper Fi, George H

  • louisk

    I do not understand Big Al. You and I and most Americans were created equal. that means if you and I are on the mat and you are better skilled than I you will take me down. Fair enough. Then tell me why is it that such a large group of individuals from our black liberal culture insist on being the subservient people ( like the Jews in Egypt).Believe me this was not true of the black community 50 years ago ( yes I am a geezer) I am most flummoxed as to why ( in today’s ) society
    that blacks do not want responsibility for their lives. Now don’t misunderstand me. That old cracker LBJ did have a lot to do with it and of course FDR was also a contributing factor. So where as the true conservative white American wishes to embrace black America as one. Yet the black community continue to grovel at the feat of their master who continually beats them into submission. I have been watching your videos for years and have your book. So I know that more often than not you are as frustrated as the rest of us. I am thank full that you are quite young , as soon we will lose Mr Thomas Sowell whom I have been reading for years and we need a continuing voice of reason. I will not call you the “N” word . Just want to say God bless you and praise be to Jesus. Amen and amen.

  • Phillip Russertt

    in my opinion its never been about the color of a persons skin. Its about the attitude associated with it. If more black Americans (should just be americans) were to hold accountable the part o their community that commits crimes and perpetuates hate there would be more peace between races. I loved your point at the 5:30 mark. Truth is you have genuine respect from me (not that it should matter to you:) and not because you are a black man :doing the white bidding” but becauze you are simply a man holding yourself accountable and able to see the rreality of it all. I will admit your being a black man makes me respect you greater because of the responses from the black community you get. It takes courage and a real sense of truth to stand against the left but also the black race where most would not have the integrity and dignity to do so. this shouldnt be about black or white it should be about everyone taking responsibility for themselves and stop being sheep. Never laughing at you, always respect. Its like Chris Rock said and Im paraphrasing ” a black man gets out of prison and its much love and respect but a black man gets a degree and its OH! you a smart N***** but can you kick my ass?!!!” that is not the entire black community philosophy but it is the philosophy of those who call you an uncle tom. God Bless and good luck with the tour. BTW capitalism working at its best.

  • Ron

    Zo, you are an intelligent man and see and call things as they are. Keep it up my friend.

  • mossbergman

    DROP OUT wow proof college don’t help.

  • Hugh Jass

    Alfonzo needs a TV show to get out his message.

  • Sharon Tiehen

    Nothing but admiration for you, Alfonzo.

  • Usi Nfidel

    Just when i think I’m gettin” smarter, Alfonzo posts another vid and Boom!, there I am- back to neophyte. Zo, I enjoy being “shown up” by you young turks! Long live Liberty!

  • Zo, I gotta say, you almost take my breath away. I’m getting old. Would you STOP that, please. 🙂

    Love ya, brother.

    Sign me,
    Spiteful, n-word hatin’, Conservative, Southerner (who wishes he could clone you 100,000 times)

  • Gene Mcdonald

    Love you Zo, keep speaking the truth brother.

    • Jody Shields

      Truth is based on fact not opinion.
      All I here are opinions and not facts.
      So I’m glad you like this brothers opinion.

  • Bob McHugh

    It pains me to see people spewing this hate. When children of all colors are put together on the playground – they don’t see skin color, they see another child to play with. They haven’t been brainwashed and trained to hate yet. 645,000 people died during the civil war, of all skin
    colors – that’s an awful lot of people giving their lives to an ideal of “All men are created equal”. Throughout this nation’s growth people have walked abreast of the Black community in support of that ideal, and have been murdered along with that community. It is this hate that never
    seems to go away – it doesn’t matter how much is given to it, it’s always “we were slaves, where is my compensation” – well, our forefathers were pretty much ALL slaves, those that don’t know this – look it up. So I ask myself, when will the people stop allowing themselves to be used and think for themselves? Because I damn tired of being somehow responsible for things I didn’t do. And it doesn’t matter anymore what you do, you’re racist this and racist that – when does that end?

  • Denise Gilliam Sweet

    I LOVE THIS MAN!!!! He is saying what I have been saying for so long, but no one wants to listen. I am here to support you in any way, any time!!! Keep preachin the right word!

  • Anita G Flippo Hitchcock

    We love you Zo! Keep speaking the truth!

  • Brandon Smith

    Keep it up ZO! We aren’t laughing at you at al
    l. Hell we look up to you. I appreciate what your doing. Keep it up. For so many I guess the truth hurts, but then again those against you refuse to hear the truth and instantly jump to preconceived notions because it doesn’t fit their blame everything on others agenda. “Those who spend their time on blaming others don’t get much accomplished”. Dr. Ben Carson.

  • wolfman113

    Zo, you’re doing a service to all Americans, but those ‘oppressed’ by the Democrats can’t see it because all of their entitlements are clouding their brains. Keep it up, sooner or later they might wake up. You don’t fit their idea of a staunch Negro, so they have to resort to calling you names. When they don’t have a logical response, well let’s call him an Uncle Tom, etc. You’re doing yeoman work so keep it up. Love what you’re doing even the deaf and dumb can’t see it.

  • Christina Davies-Tribble

    I just discovered you about a month ago, I look forward to more of your insight. It is unfortunate that more people don’t think as we do. That said (typed), reading the comments, there are more than I thought who are of like minds.

  • Kari Lynn Wellborn

    Never laughing at you Zo but I will laugh with you! Your messages are a clear as ever and are slowly reaching everyone. Keep it up and Sledge ON!!

  • CarriedbyGrace

    Zo, count yourself blessed to be among those who are mocked and persecuted! You are in great company! You bring an amazing amount of hope and zeal to the table. Good thing you aren’t one to listen to those who do not have eyes to see or ears to hear!

  • Claudia Bird

    Yes, I do laugh, but it’s always at your zingers! You are a good man with an incredible mission. I wish more people, color aside, would speak the truth and the Truth like you do. My love and prayers go out to you sir!!!!

  • LibertyChick

    I wish every black person in America would hear you and wake up to just how much they are being played by the left.

    • Sullys Pops

      Not just the black community but all leftists.

  • It was really hard not to laugh because, as always, your post was right on target. I really enjoy watching your videos and reading your posts. I think what you have to say is amazing so please don’t quit. Those of us who are infuriated by the direction the culture is going need to hear it. Thank you.

  • FedUpWithWelfareStates

    Another “Right on the Mark” video by Alfonzo! No More PC B/S! Time for honest, unabridged, from the heart, straight talk. If the black community cannot/will not assimilate into American society, then American society has no use for them. For all Black Americans striving to do right & pursue the American dream, more power to you. We have to become ONE as an Un-hyphenated country or we will truly fall…

  • Scott M. Kruchell

    Hey Zo, I like that shirt. Looks like Ronald Reagan’s head on Bruce Lee’s body? As for your video, Awesome, I like the message. Even though it is not directed at me.
    I’m a white conservative male, I live in Milwaukee, WI. I have most of my 46 years. I think Sheriff David Clarke is the main (if not the only) reason Milwaukee has not gone the way of Ferguson & Baltimore. Fun thing he has had to run as a Democrat, because that is the only way he can keep his job. Milwaukee has as far back as I can remember & read been run but Liberal Democrat’s/ Socialist’s.
    I was brought up by my father, born and raised in Chicago during the depression. My mother was brought up a little place called Racine, WI. a few years later.
    My father served in the US Navy/ USAF for almost 40 years. His life experienced that I have adopted, It is not the color of a man/ persons skin, it’s whether or not they can do the job. I was raised to give people the benefit of doubt and the opportunity to prove themselves. I was also taught to help those that could not “perform” where & when I could, BECUASE WE COULD BOTH LEARN SOMETHING.
    My ending is this. As you can see by my last name, It is very Germanic. The picture I have “posted” with my name, while I don’t know who it is could easily pass for me or my father. I am almost daily accused of racism and called a “skin head”. I know it is not the same as what you go through, I do understand and appreciate what YOU DO.
    Keep on doing what you are doing, IT IS THE RIGHT THING or you wouldn’t be taking all this S***. God Bless you and yours

  • Melisa

    I’m a white woman and I don’t hate you! I don’t call you a house *N*, I call you a patriot, I call you a great American! I call you a man who knows the truth!!

    • RMF


  • rick0857

    Gotta say Zo after five years or so of watching your videos I have never laughed at you…with you sure, but never at you. As to the mental midgets that you where mocking in this video they will never get it, never understand. Not unless we all beat it into them and that just isn’t possible. Besides I’m only violent when it comes to protecting my family & friends.
    However keep chugging along if you can just convince one lefty per video it’ll be worth every minute of it!
    You are a brilliant man and by golly there should be more just like us. HA

  • CarriedbyGrace

    “Zo Schools His Haters” ~ EPIC message!

  • Sunshine Kid

    I’m OLD. I’m not into your style of music (C&W or 50s/60s mellow). Doesn’t matter. I’ll buy it and give it to those who DO like your style of music, because I appreciate your attempt to educate those who don’t like you. I hope you continue to be yourself and say what you say, because at least it is the truth as you know it. Keep going, Zo!

  • Dannielle Randall

    The LORD has blessed your message of truth about how powerful hate can be from people that worship this sin.

  • lisa413

    Zo, you’ve probably touched on this before, but you should bring attention to the racist, DEMOCRATIC Governor, George Wallace and how he tried to keep black students from entering schools in Alabama.

    • Jody Shields

      “Former Governor of Alabama George Wallace ran in the 1968 United States presidential election as the candidate of the American Independent Party.

      Wallace’s pro-segregation policies had been rejected by the mainstream of the Democratic Party. The impact of the Wallace campaign was substantial, winning the electoral votes of several states in the Deep South. Although Wallace did not expect to win the election, his strategy was to prevent either major party candidate from winning a majority in the Electoral College and throw the election into the House of Representatives, where Wallace would have bargaining power sufficient to determine, or at least strongly influence, the selection of a winner.”

  • Karen Longbrake

    Thank you for posting your dialogs I am enjoying them and I am learning a lot. Keep up the great flow of information!

  • Bill

    All of these dialogs that you post, the only thing that I can say is “What a crock of Shi*!!!

  • Bill

    How much have the Right wing paid you for this crap?

  • Bill

    Respectfully speaking dude you are a joke!

  • Tedd Kunkel

    Those that watch and get angry do so because internally they know what is right and they are resisting the truth. You have to admit your wrong and that is hard for those who have been tricked by liberals!

    • Jody Shields

      Ted you have been watching to much FOX NEWS.

    • Tedd Kunkel

      Actually I don’t watch Fox News anymore. I kind of like it from what I see of it on the internet though. Anyhow, it really doesn’t matter much anymore, our once great nation is decaying and I for one will be moving away. God bless those left here. I’m glad you have faith, enjoy.

    • Jody Shields

      My definition of faith is firm belief in something for which there is no proof and without question. It’s so sad to hear someone say they don’t think this country is great anymore. Are you saying it’s decaying because of the lack of investing in our national instructor. I would agree with you on that point. We live in a democracy where we should speak with our vote.

    • JMG

      You must watch MSNBC!!!

    • Jody Shields

      Mostly I read the Huffington Post and that liberal rag the New York Times. Not so much MSMBC. I usually watch Fox News (Greta Van Susteren) my favorite. I was a Republican most of my life right up until President George W. Bush took our country to war with Iraq and then the Tea Party finally pushed me to the other side. Now that you mention it I’ll have to start watching more MSNBC.

  • Jody Shields

    This Is The Definition of Projection:

    Projection is a defense mechanism that involves taking our own unacceptable qualities or feelings and ascribing them to other people. For example, if you have a strong dislike for someone, you might instead believe that he or she does not like you. Projection works by allowing the expression of the desire or impulse, but in a way that the ego cannot recognize, therefore reducing anxiety.

    It’s such a sad way to live.

    • JMG

      Then don’t do it!!!

    • Jody Shields

      Why the picture of a yellow car? Are you yellow?

    • JMG


    • Jody Shields

      Hiding behind a picture of a car and can’t even show your face.

    • Jody Shields

      Your projecting honey. Your just to easy.

  • Jody Shields

    All Republicans aren’t raciest, but all raciest I know are Republicans!

    • JMG


    • DocsWife

      JMG, Jody doesn’t get out much.

    • Jody Shields

      In your narrow minded world I guess I don’t.
      But you people should be upset because SCOTUS just set you back twenty years this week.

    • Rich Mcglone

      did not set me back we already have been set back 6 years ago and the country is falling apart in every way possible btw you sound like a real libtard !!!!

    • Jody Shields


    • JMG

      A real intellect. Try a spelling app. A racist in denial!!!

    • Jody Shields

      Your telling me I have no intellect. May I ask you a question, did you vote for George Bush both terms? I did the first time. But you know what they say sweetie ” Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me.” Proud to say I voted for President Obama twice. I know SCOTUS set you guys back twenty years this week, and so I have a reason to be grateful for their decision.

      So your calling me racist is like the pot calling the kettle black.

      I served in the United States Air Force for four years and couldn’t reenlist because I was gay. I was fired from a job once for the same reason. And you think you have the right to call me a bigot.

      Yes you do have that right because we live in a free country. I know many people who are Republicans that never once called me a bigot. I also know Republicans that called me a faggot, queer, dick smoker, sissy, corn holler, fudge packer, and that is just getting started. I once had the crap beat out of me when I was leaving a gay bar, and still bare a couple scars from that incident in my life.

      I worked on the Ronald Reagan campaign for president in 1979 and 1980 of which I’m very proud. I’m also pretty sure I would have been kicked out of that position if I carried on like this Alfonzo dude.

      So if you have all this intellect your stating you have you could see that I was stating a fact. I wrote ” All Republicans aren’t raciest, but all the raciest I know are Republicans”.

    • JMG

      Like I knew you gay. So filled with hate!!! I am sorry you are insecure!!! Still a bigot and racist!!!

    • Rich Mcglone

      coming from the party of slavery oh that really hurts !! Democrats still the slave masters 160 years later !!! LBJ ” I’ll have those nig ers voting Democrat for the next 200 years ” Robert Byrd Dem majority leader former grand wizard of the klan instead of working those fields the Dems give them a block of cheese and check in return for their votes !!!!!!

    • Jody Shields

      You can try and spin this anyway you want that’s your right.

      This is from: The New Georgia Encyclopedia.


      Original entry by

      Scott E. Buchanan, Columbus State University,


      Last edited by NGE Staff on 06/05/2014

      The Dixiecrats were members of the States’ Rights Democratic Party, which splintered from the Democratic Party in 1948.

      Strom ThurmondThe faction consisted of malcontented southern delegates to the Democratic Party who protested the insertion of a civil rights plank in the party platform and U.S. president Harry S. Truman’s advocacy of that plank. Before the convention southern delegates were dismayed by Truman’s 1948 executive order to desegregate the armed forces. With that backdrop many southern delegates were already concerned as they headed to the 1948 Democratic convention.

      When the Democratic national convention convened in July 1948, some Alabama and Mississippi delegates were prepared to walk out of the convention if the civil rights platform passed. When it did, all of the Mississippi delegates and half of the Alabama delegates stormed out of the convention. On July 17, 1948, the Alabama and Mississippi delegations, and a few individual delegates from other southern states, met in Birmingham, Alabama, to select a presidential ticket to oppose the Democrats. The Dixiecrats chose South Carolina’s governor, Strom Thurmond, for president and Fielding L. Wright, governor of Mississippi, for vice president.

      The goal of the Dixiecrats was twofold. First, the splinter party hoped to deny both the Democrats and Republicans a majority in the electoral college, forcing the election into the U.S. House of Representatives.

      Strom ThurmondSecond, Dixiecrat leaders maneuvered to have the Thurmond-Wright ticket declared the “official” Democratic Party ticket on the ballots of all southern states. In the end this ploy succeeded only in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina, all Deep South states. Georgia was the lone Deep South state to remain loyal to the national Democratic Party; the Dixiecrat ticket appeared on Georgia ballots as a third party.

      On election day 1948, the Dixiecrats won Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina but failed to win any state in which Thurmond appeared as a third-party candidate. In Georgia, Thurmond came in a distant second to Truman. A closer analysis of the Dixiecrat phenomenon revealed an interesting pattern: the Dixiecrats were most successful in the states and counties where black citizens were the most numerous. The Deep South states boasted the largest black populations, and white voters in those states were the most determined to preserve racialsegregation and black disenfranchisement, and thus were more likely to vote for the Dixiecrat ticket. A similar trend is evident in county-level election returns, in which Thurmond was more likely to win counties where black populations were large and white voters feared racial change. In the border South, where blacks were less abundant and white voters were less preoccupied with segregation, support for the Dixiecrat candidates was negligible.

      Although the Dixiecrats immediately dissolved after the 1948 election, their impact lasted much longer. Many white voters who initially cast Dixiecrat ballots gravitated back toward the Democratic Party only grudgingly, and they remained nominal Democrats at best. Ultimately, the Dixiecrat movement paved the way for the rise of the modern Republican Party in the South. Many former Dixiecrat supporters eventually became Republicans, as was highlighted by Strom Thurmond’s conversion in the 1960s.”

      If you can find any validity to your argument in the modern day Democratic Party your gonna have to do lots of tap dancing around the subject.

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