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Thursday, July 17, 2008

What Else Jesse Jackson Said on That FNC Tape

TVNewser has been sent the transcript of what Jesse Jackson said Sunday morning July 6, as he prepared for an interview on Fox & Friends Weekend. Below is the partial transcript we received in our tips box, and confirmed to be authentic by Fox News Channel representatives.

Barack...he's talking down to black people...telling n-----s how to behave.

So, yes. Jesse Jackson did use the "N" word. But it was not directed at Barack Obama. Fox News and Bill O'Reilly have maintained there was more on the tape, but that the un-aired portion was not relevant to the issue at hand: about whether Obama was "talking down" to the black community.

Let's review Jesse Jackson's record. According to civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy, Jackson cowered in the shadows during the MLK shooting, but when it was safe positioned himself over King's body and intentionally bloodied his shirt with King's blood. In an act of hate, he referred to New York City as "Hymietown," showing his hatred for Jews, which would have ended any other politicians career in disgrace. Before that, he had already shown his contempt for whites by saying that while working as a younger man he spat in white people's food. Throughout his career he has seized every opportunity to inappropriate insinuate himself into sensitive situations where he does not belong, as a political opportunist. He has, in effect, blackmailed many institutions into forking over large sums of cash as payoffs so that he does not accuse them of racism, destroying their reputations. And now he has said he would cut Barack Obama's "nuts out," while using the N word in a way that disparages his own people. The man is a shameless fraud and always has been. He should have been drummed out of the political scene and discredited long ago, but he uses the accusation of racism (now the last refuge of scoundrels) to protect himself. Let me just say right now to Jesse Jackson, you are not a man of God, you are not a civil rights leader, and you are not a decent human being. The world now knows what many have known.

While they were being led out of the wilderness, the person who was leading them was killed, and opportunists jumped right in his place.

But instead of continuing the leadership, they convinced those who were still in the wilderness to sit down where they were and wait for the manna from heaven. But the Jacksons and the Sharptons took the best part of the manna for themselves, and gave the left over crumbs to the the rest. Then they blamed their plight on those who live in the promised land, just beyond the tree line of the the wilderness. They have convinced those who are lost in the wilderness that they cannot venture beyond the tree line on their own merit.
According to our politically correct society, African Americans can't be racist. Only white people are racist. So if Jesse Jackson uses the "n" word, it's OK. But if it were Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingram some other white conservative talk radio host, there would be such an outcry in the media! People would be screaming for their resignation and it would be headline news. The double standard is HUGE. The fact of the matter is that Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Barack Obama and their ilk are all racist against white people and are hypocrites. They are a disgrace to the civil rights movement, and I will never understand why organizations like NAACP support these disgraceful, hypocritical men. Obama's 'pastor' is a prime example of a racist and obama has been
in this racist church for 20 years. So don't tell me he is not a racist just like ole jessie and al. Could it be because the naacp is racist? Of course and this is why they support these racists!

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) is a substitute for gasoline

I don't believe in 'climate change'as the green nuts explain it. I don't believe in
global warming. I do think compressed natural gas in a mass produced CNG vechicle is
a good idea. It costs much less than gas and one could filler er up from ones home
if one had natural gas. What more could one ask for. Other countries have these cars
so why can't we mass produce them. The US has unlimited Natural Gas.

Canada is a large producer of natural gas, so it follows that CNG is used in Canada as an economical motor fuel. Canadian industry has developed CNG-fueled truck and bus engines, CNG-fueled transit buses, and light trucks and taxis. Both CNG and propane refueling stations are not difficult to find in major centres.

United States of America

In the US, federal tax credits are available for buying a new CNG vehicle. Use of CNG varies from state to state. In California, CNG is used extensively in local city and county fleets, as well as public transportation (city/school busses), and there are 90 public fueling stations in Southern California alone. Although natural gas prices are rising, compressed natural gas is available at 30-60% less than the cost of gasoline, as a rule of thumb, in much of California. Personal use of CNG is a small niche market currently, though with current tax incentives and a growing number of public fueling stations available, it is experiencing unprecedented growth. The state of Utah offers a subsidised statewide network of CNG filling stations at a rate of $0.85/gge[5], while gasoline is above $4.00/gal. Elsewhere in the nation, retail prices average around $2.50/gge, with home refueling units compressing gas from residential gas lines for approx $1.50/gge. Other than aftermarket conversions, and government used vehicle auctions, the only currently produced CNG vehicle in the US is the Honda Civic GX sedan, which is made in limited numbers and available only in a few states.
Natural gas vehicles offer tremendous benefits but face serious hurdles. Emissions from cars, trucks and buses are one of our most serious sources of pollution, contributing to urban smog, visibility problems and greenhouse gas emissions. Highway vehicles account for roughly one-third of all carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides emissions, and half of all carbon monoxide emissions. Using natural gas rather than gasoline can produce major reductions in a number of vehicular emissions. In addition to being cleaner than conventional vehicles, NGVs reduce the nation's extreme dependence on imported oil, and the fuel cost is much less than the cost of gasoline or diesel fuel.
Alternative Fuel Price Report

The Clean Cities Alternative Fuel Price Report is a newsletter designed to keep you up to date on the price of alternative fuels in the United States in relation to gasoline and diesel prices.
price of alternative fuels
CNG is about a $1.40 less than gasoline on an energy-equivalent basis, nationawide.
home refueling units compressing gas from residential gas lines for approx $1.50/gge.

Thats $1.50 Its also 98 cents in Hickory NC WOW!

CNG - CNG Stations and Prices for the US, Canada and Europe