Kevin Jackson

I had the great good fortune of hearing this vibrant young man speak at a TEA Party Rally in Austin, TX. He is a local to Houston and so knows the politics of this area well. Please take a moment to meet a youg black conservative with a lot to say!!

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  1. Kim
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:12:02

    Kevin Jackson is a father of four sons, and an unlikely success story, given his background.

    He is a former management consultant having some of the world’s largest companies as his former clients. Interaction with prominent business leaders, as well as being a business leader himself has provided Jackson real world perspective to politics.

    “What you learn about America is people are a lot less interested in race than they are in character.” Jackson believes that empowerment comes when you know who you are and what you stand for.

    Jackson is a national speaker, a radio show host on Salem Communications out of Tampa, FL, and he is a frequent guest on a variety of other national radio shows.

    http://theblacksphere.net/about/

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    • Sherry
      Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:19:36

      {adjusting eyes…}

      I thought I’d seen him before-he makes contributions to Townhall, my favorite op-ed site. I liked it when he said to his grandparents, staunch democrats, why they were democrats when they believed in everything Reagan had said in his presidential bid. LOL!

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      • Kim
        Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:25:06

        It is hard to read but I suffer it as well.

        He is an awesome speaker – such energy, wit and common sense!

  2. Kim
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:13:02

    You have to give Newt Gingrich credit for further exposing the paper thin skin of Barack Obama, when he called Obama the “Food Stamp President.” The truth hurts like a paper cut.

    Gingrich’s comment brought racist Sheila Jackson Lee from her cage squawking that Gingrich’s comment is “code” for some hidden racism on the Right, versus the overt racism of the Left. The Gingrich comment did exactly what it was meant to do: Force Obama to confront his real boogeyman: His own record.

    http://theblacksphere.net/food-stamp-president/

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    • Kim
      Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:13:54

      // Food Stamp President – Truth Hurts

      Homepage > Blog > Food Stamp President – Truth Hurts

      Posted on Monday, January 30th, 2012 by Kevin Jackson

      No Defending the Food Stamp President, by Kevin Jackson

      You have to give Newt Gingrich credit for further exposing the paper thin skin of Barack Obama, when he called Obama the “Food Stamp President.” The truth hurts like a paper cut.

      Gingrich’s comment brought racist Sheila Jackson Lee from her cage squawking that Gingrich’s comment is “code” for some hidden racism on the Right, versus the overt racism of the Left. The Gingrich comment did exactly what it was meant to do: Force Obama to confront his real boogeyman: His own record.

      It’s fascinating to see Obama actually having to run on a record, with full frontal exposure. And the fact that the person to expose Obama is a cantankerous, rich, white Republican insider is just Republican red icing on the proverbial cake.

      In an interview with Diane Sawyer, Obama explained why he should not be called the Food Stamp President in three points.

      Point #1 – “First of all, I don’t put people on food stamps,” Obama said. “People become eligible for food stamps.

      Spoken like a disbarred lawyer, aka shyster. Understand this: It is PEOPLE’S fault for becoming eligible for food stamps. How dare you attempt to blame Obama for 14.2M more people becoming eligible for food stamps?

      And whose fault is it for making these formerly productive taxpaying citizens eligible? If you said, “Bush!” then you are likely not a brain-dead Plutopian who would drink Obama dirty bath water.

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      • Sherry
        Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:22:53

        You know, I did hear a lib say that the reason for so many on food stamps was because Bush enacted bills that would make it easier to get on welfare… 🙄
        Clueless.

  3. Kim
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:23:59

    Just because it was made easier only means that when obama used regulations and the EPA to destroy jobs more people needed the help

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  4. Kim
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:34:12

    Kevin Jackson is someone whom the president and fellow Democrats wished didn’t exist. Jackson is black and a member of the Tea Party where he serves as a spokesman for TheTeaParty.net

    After the president’s State of the Union message, Jackson took offense to what Obama said to the nation. He claims the president is rife with liberal hypocrisy.

    Jackson points out that Obama wants the wealthy to pay more in taxes because of the financial problems facing the nation. Yet at the same time the president takes half a dozen or so vacations a year, taking not only his wife and daughters, but other family members and friends all at taxpayer expense. The president also wastes taxpayer money by hosting lavish parties at the White House, some of which have nothing to do with politics.

    http://godfatherpolitics.com/3430/black-tea-party-member-attacks-obamas-hypocrisy/

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  5. jesusknowsmyname
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 16:49:21

    I discovered Kevin Jackson’s blog about two years ago. Talk about ‘right on’. He hits the nail on the head.

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  6. Dawgbert
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 07:23:59

    Kim these made me laugh so hard until I thought of
    little Caylee. The Swamp Monster will not slip back
    into her Loch.
    Casey Anthony: ‘In Session’ to provide pool coverage of civil trial
    Casey Anthony: Feb. 14 hearing set on trial logisitcs

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  7. Kim
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 07:46:54

    I wish she would sink into the depths and never reappear Dawg

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  8. Kim
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 08:42:52

    I think that news was broadcast loud and clear when Baez left – finally

    he realized there was no selling of any of it and he moved on

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  9. Kim
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 08:59:36

    YAY!!!

    West’s move was made possible by Rep. Tom Rooney’s (R-Fla.) decision earlier in the day to abandon that district, where he lives, in order to run in a newly created district that includes parts of his old one.

    “After much prayer, reflection and discussion with my close friends and family, I am announcing today my decision to seek reelection in Florida’s proposed 18th Congressional district,” West said in a statement. “I have always believed the state of Florida would be best served by having both Congressman Tom Rooney and myself in the House of Representatives working to solve our nation’s most pressing problems. I have never waivered from my vision; to work to create jobs, restrain federal government spending, reduce America’s ever increasing national debt, and provide for a strong national defense to ensure a safer and more prosperous future for our children and grandchildren. ”

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/house-races/207787-allen-west-will-switch-districts

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  10. Sherry
    Feb 03, 2012 @ 23:55:45

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