Tuesday Open Thread

Anita Baker  (born January 26, 1958) is an American R&B and soul singer-songwriter. To date, Baker has won eight Grammy Awards, and has four platinum albums and two gold albums to her credit.

Baker released her debut album, The Songstress, in 1983. Produced by the late Patrick Moten and Otis Smith, the album was released on a small label, Beverly Glen Records. The album helped launch Baker’s career as it found minor success on the R&B chart. Baker herself co-wrote the album’s opening track, “Angel”.

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60 Responses to Tuesday Open Thread

  1. Barack Obama should ignore Bill Clinton


    The pendulum may have been nudged too far, the thumb placed too heavy upon the scale, the votes counted before they have even been cast.

    The media are nervous. Have they gone too far in predicting the Democrats’ outcome on Nov. 2? Has President Barack Obama been given his walking papers too soon?

    It was inevitable that with the midterm congressional elections less than a month away, the story line would start moving back just a little.

    Newsweek, Friday: “Simply put, in the Newsweek Poll, voters said they trust Democrats more than Republicans to handle pretty much every problem currently facing the country.”

  2. California Parents Could Get Jail Time if Kids Miss School


    Last Thursday California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed SB 1317, a new statewide anti-truancy bill that officials hope will curb chronic absenteeism in elementary and middle school students. The new law will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2011, and allow state officials to prosecute parents when their kids don’t show up to school.

    The initiative was pushed by California attorney general hopeful Kamala Harris, a rising star in the Democratic Party who “Today” show host Matt Lauer dubbed “the female Obama.” Harris has smartly tied crime rates with dropout rates; the correlation between kids’ educational achievement and the rate of their criminal convictions is direct. And yet the solutions are alarmingly punitive.

  3. Ametia says:

    Please come to Boston
    Obama to rally for Patrick on Oct. 16
    By MATT NEGRIN | 10/05/10 12:18 PM
    President Obama will lend a hand to Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick in Boston on Oct. 16, a campaign source confirmed to POLITICO.

    A rally and a fundraiser are likely to be part of Obama’s trip, but the details are still being determined.


  4. Internal Emails Suggest Palin to Run for President


    It has long been speculated that former Alaska governor and Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin would mount a bid for the White House in 2012. So far, Palin has avoided directly answering questions about her intent. However, internal emails obtained by The Mudflats provide the most conclusive evidence to date that Palin will be running for president, and also indicate a behind-the-scenes rift between the Palins and an Alaskan candidate that they have both publicly endorsed.

    An irate email written by Todd Palin seems to confirm his wife’s presidential ambition, and revealed his anger at Alaska Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller. The email demands that the treasurer of SarahPAC, Tim Crawford, “hold off on any letter of support for Joe,” and came on the heels of an interview Miller gave to Neil Cavuto on Fox News Sunday.

    In the email, Todd Palin instructs SarahPAC treasurer Tim Crawford to “Hold off on any letter for Joe. Sarah put her ass on the line for Joe and yet he can’t answer a simple question “is Sarah Palin Qualified to be President”. I DON’T KNOW IF SHE IS.”

    Run Sarah, Run!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Ametia says:

    More Than Her Share


  6. Michael Steele Can’t Tell Lawrence O’Donnell What The Minimum Wage Is


    Via the daily HuffPost Hill newsletter comes word that Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele couldn’t say what the minimum wage is in an interview airing Tuesday night.

    “The Last Word” host Lawrence O’Donnell challenged Steele to defend Alaska Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller’s assertion that the minimum wage is unconstitutional, according to a rush transcript blasted out by MSNBC and reproduced below. “I had a minimum wage job once, and I had trouble living on that,” O’Donnell said when Steele tried to deflect the line of questioning.

    Then he asked Steele to tell him what the minimum wage is. For the record, it’s $7.25.

    “Whether the minimum wage is $7 or $10 or whatever it happens to be in whatever part of the country you live in, the fact is if you don’t have a job, that number is irrelevant until you get one,” Steele protested. “That’ll be your headline: ‘Steele doesn’t know what the minimum wage is.

  7. Ametia says:

    One Nation 2010: Voices

  8. Oprah Winfrey’s Education Reform Infomercial (Video)


    Education reform was Oprah Winfrey’s star guest for two full days this week when she hosted a two-part series on the new education documentary “Waiting for Superman,” and it was a sight to behold. “Today you’re going to learn things that you had no idea were going on in this country in our schools,” were Oprah’s ominous opening words, and so was the beginning of what turned out to be a two-hour infomercial for the Obama administration’s education reform agenda.

  9. Ex-BART Cop Mehserle Demands New Trial in Oscar Grant Killing


    Johannes Mehserle, the ex-BART cop who shot and killed an unarmed black man named Oscar Grant while he lay face down on a train platform, asked for a retrial on Friday afternoon, Bay Area Fox affiliate KTVU reports.

    Mehserle was convicted of involuntary manslaughter this summer by a Los Angeles jury after a four-week trial. He faced second-degree murder charges for killing Grant on New Year’s Day 2009.

    Mehserle’s defense attorney Michael Rains argued that the Alameda County district attorney’s office misled jurors when prosecutor David Stein told jurors that there had never been an incident of Taser confusion that had led to a suspect’s death. Much of Mehserle’s defense rested on the claim that he accidentally pulled out his Sig Sauer gun when he meant to pull out his Taser, and that he never meant to kill the 23-year-old father that night.

    What? He didn’t get a fair trial? The gall of this mutha…

    • Ametia says:

      This MOFO, right here! Mehserle just doesn’t want to do the time for the crime of killing a BLACK man in COLD BLOOD. He thinks his life is worth more than the BLACK man that he MURDERED.

      NO! You do the time MOFO!

  10. Ametia says:

    Obama: Community Colleges Essential

  11. Ametia says:

    Announcing the White House Community College Summit

  12. He’s a Man, not a Messiah: Barack Obama and the Dangers of Political & Cultural Messianism


    This latest offering on my blog has been a long time coming. It was originally inspired by a Twitter conversation I had with Professor Blair L. M. Kelley of North Carolina State University earlier this summer. She urged me to write something then (as did others) and I’m just now getting around to it. It seems though, however, that this topic is still quite relevant.

    For quite some time now, we have been hearing about the growing malaise with President Barack Obama, but not from the usual conservative critics, but from his so called “progressive” base. It started in small pockets at first, ironically just like the Tea Party Movement, only with the liberal criticism it was initially confined to a few academics articulating their disappointment with Obama as president. Now, like a virus, the “buyer’s remorse” attitude seems to be sweeping through the mainstream media outlets as well as in the liberal blogosphere.

    Obama is, however, the pastor of The Church of Unrealistic Expectations and he was forced into the job. He thought he was elected President of the United States, but no, some of the folks who elected him had other plans. Not only will you [Obama] get the economy back online, you must also bring peace to the Palestine/Israel conflict, end world hunger, stop greed, stop racism, stop damn near any and everything we can think of that we are not going to do for ourselves.

    This is NOT the time to sit down and be armchair progressives and back seat drivers for change. We need people who are going to not just speak the rhetoric of change; we need folks who are going to do the WORK need to implement change. That responsibility cannot be just left to the president to do alone. If he has forgotten, as many suggest, then let us support him and hold not only President Obama, but also ourselves accountable.

    • Obama is, however, the pastor of The Church of Unrealistic Expectations and he was forced into the job. He thought he was elected President of the United States, but no, some of the folks who elected him had other plans. Not only will you [Obama] get the economy back online, you must also bring peace to the Palestine/Israel conflict, end world hunger, stop greed, stop racism, stop damn near any and everything we can think of that we are not going to do for ourselves.


      This is NOT the time to sit down and be armchair progressives and back seat drivers for change. We need people who are going to not just speak the rhetoric of change; we need folks who are going to do the WORK need to implement change. That responsibility cannot be just left to the president to do alone. If he has forgotten, as many suggest, then let us support him and hold not only President Obama, but also ourselves accountable.


      Armchair progressives and back seat drivers for change.

      ***Looks @ Jane Hamshere***
      This means you, Miss Jane!

      Good Post! Big Up!

    • Ametia says:

      THIS: “armchair progressives and back seat drivers for change”

      Make their living off sitting on their keyboard throne, and playing Monday morning quarterbacks.

  13. Pure ignormus…

  14. Michelle Obama finally doing something for Nov. 2 elections


    WASHINGTON–First Lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday will finally start helping Democrats win in the Nov. 2 mid-term elections: she will host a phone chat with the Democratic National Committee’s grassroots arm, Organizing for America.

    The OFA, which absorbed the Obama for America presidential campaign, announced on Monday, “This Wednesday, October 6th, at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Michelle Obama will be hosting a Vote 2010 update with OFA supporters to discuss the work we’ve all been doing together and the importance of volunteering in the final four weeks before the November elections.”

    The live chat is designed to crank up turnout on Nov. 2 and also to generate small dollar donations–the link to getting a reminder for the Wednesday call is connected to an on-line donation page.

    Mrs. Obama does not return to the campaign trail until Oct. 13, when she stumps in Chicago at two fund-raisers.

    Mrs. Obama’s October political travel–the first since the 2008 presidential election–will have her headline nine events in seven citiies in six states–all friendly Democratic territory.

    What do you mean by “finally”, Lynn Sweet?

    Michelle is the FLOTUS. She wasn’t elected. Her husband was. Got it?

  15. Ametia says:

    Hope all you homeowners have your documents. And ask these bank thieves for their documents as well.

    Breaking News Alert: Pelosi, other Calif. Dems, call for federal foreclosure investigation
    October 5, 2010 4:22:18 PM

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other California Democrats are calling for a federal investigation into irregularities in processing foreclosures of thousands of homes at some of the nation’s largest mortgage lenders.

    For more information, visit washingtonpost.com

  16. Michelle Obama warms up for campaign trail


    Slowly but surely, (and no doubt strategically) first lady Michelle Obama is working her way onto the campaign trail.

    Last week, on a conference call, she rallied nurses around health-care legislation, and Tuesday morning she sent out a personal plea for small donations to her party’s base that looks back at the “movement” fervor of campaign 2008 and tries to connect it to November.

    “Now, with the stakes so high in this fall’s elections, we’re asking you to help grow this movement again. . . . But Barack can’t keep making progress without strong allies in Congress. And now the same people who’ve opposed us at every turn are targeting those who voted to make change real. They think we can’t do it again. But they’re wrong,” she writes in an e-mail to the Organizing for America group. “If the folks who I saw in 2008 – those of you who packed up your bags and slept on floors and made calls and talked to voters day after day – are ready to stand with us again, then I’m ready for any challenge that lies ahead.”

    Go reel’em in, Michelle. 3 Chics is putting the haters on notice. Try if you dare

  17. Howard Kurtz Jumps To Daily Beast


    In a surprising move, powerhouse media reporter Howard Kurtz has left the Washington Post to become Washington bureau chief for The Daily Beast.

    Kurtz, who also hosts “Reliable Sources” on CNN, has worked for the Post for 29 years and has become one of the most prominent media reporters in the country. In an announcement on its website, the Daily Beast said Kurtz will “oversee the two-year-old site’s coverage of Washington and will report and write regularly on politics, media, and the intersection of the two.” Kurtz will also continue hosting his CNN television show, “Reliable Sources.”

    “After a lifetime in newspapers, I’m ready for the challenge of fast-paced online journalism,” Kurtz said in the announcement. He also posted a tweet about the news:

  18. Will Donald Trump go sit his tired ass down someplace? Mofo please!

  19. Ametia says:

    News Update: Obama Hosts Community College Summit at White House

  20. Ametia says:

    Obama Speaks at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit Oct. 5

    Obama will speak at 7:50 pm eastern.

    Who’s on the list?
    Indra Nooyi
    Irene Rosenfeld
    Patricia Woertz
    Angela Braly
    Andrea Jung
    Oprah Winfrey
    Ellen Kullman
    Ginni Rometty
    Ursula Burns
    Carol Bartz

    See the rest here: http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/mostpowerfulwomen/2010/index.html

  21. Fire Department Lets House Burn Down After Man Neglects To Pay Fee


    Lord Have Mercy!

  22. Ametia says:

    Dear Ametia,

    I’ve always said that 2008 was an amazing journey. But nothing from that election struck me more than seeing so many giving their time and lending their voices because they were ready for change.

    Two years ago, in state after state — no matter where I went — I saw grandmothers out canvassing, college kids traveling to swing states and sleeping on gymnasium floors, and people using their lunch breaks to make a few more calls. So many got involved for the very first time, each one bringing others along with them.

    It was inspiring to witness.

    Now, Barack and I need you to help show that energy again. Because this is such a critical moment, a group of grassroots donors are ready to match any contribution you can give.

    Across the country, teachers and firefighters, truckers and nurses have made pledges of support hoping to inspire you to take the next step. Because of them, a $15 contribution will become $30.

    Donate today and answer your fellow supporter’s pledge to match whatever you can give.

    Here’s how it works:

    — You choose the amount you are able to give and another supporter willing to match that amount doubles it.

    — You can choose to write a note to the individual who matched your donation and tell them why you decided to own a piece of this movement.

    Since the day Barack announced his plan to run for office, supporters like you have made everything we’ve achieved possible.

    That’s as true now as it was on Election Day in 2008.

    You’re the reason we reformed a health care system that was broken, progress that means so much to so many. You’re the reason we reined in Wall Street banks that were out of control.

    But Barack can’t keep making progress without strong allies in Congress. And now the same people who’ve opposed us at every turn are targeting the folks who voted to make change real. They think we can’t do it again.

    But they’re wrong.

    If the folks who I saw in 2008 — those of you who packed up your bags and slept on floors and made calls and talked to voters day after day — are ready to stand with us again, then I’m ready for any challenge that lies ahead.

    That’s why we’re asking you to help grow this movement once again.

    The plan for this election is based on the lessons we learned two years ago. Our organizers and volunteers are knocking on doors every weekend, making calls every night. Your support will help to fund this work.

    Another supporter is asking you to join them today — and has pledged to match whatever you can give.

    Please donate $15 or more to help grow this movement before November 2nd:


    Thank you,

    Michelle Obama

  23. Poll: Base still backs Obama


    President Barack Obama has been hemorrhaging independent voters, but a new Gallup Poll out Monday shows that he still remains a dominant force within the Democratic base.

    Several key groups that tend to lean Democratic remain solidly behind the president, and Obama’s staunchest supporters from 2008 remain in his camp.

    Ninety-one percent of African-Americans approve of Obama, as do 79 percent of self-identified Democrats and 75 percent of liberals.

    Obama remains the preference of young voters, as 57 percent of 18-to-29-year-olds support the president.

    A majority of Hispanics, self-identified moderates and those with a postgraduate degree also still approve of the president.

    And this is why they’re mad!

  24. Someone Teach Beck Some History


    I generally ignore Glenn Beck, but I think I need to respond to his latest outrage. He was trying to say that Obama’s health care reforms are going to basically enslave people by making them paying higher premiums. Then he said this:

    The President is exactly right when he said ’slaves sitting around the campfire didn’t know when slavery was going to end, but they knew that it would. And it took a long time to end slavery.’ yes it did. But it also took a long time to start slavery.
    And it started small, and it started with seemingly innocent ideas. And then a little court order here, and a court order there and a little regulation here and a little more regulation there. And before we knew it, America had slavery.

    It didn’t come over in a ship to begin with, as an evil slave trade. The government began to regulate things because the people needed answers and needed solutions. It started in a court room then it went to the legislatures. That’s how slavery began. And it took a long time to enslave an entire race of people, and convince another race of people that they were somehow or another, less than them. But it can be done.

    Even a brief view of the Wikipedia page for the Atlantic Slave Trade will make it obvious that Glenn Beck is very wrong.

    In some ways, slavery has always been with us. It still exists in some places, like Sudan. So, it’s kind of strange for Beck to say that slavery began with a court order. But, even when we consider slavery only in the context of Colonial America, Beck doesn’t make any sense. African-American slavery began because African kings paid for European goods by selling their own slaves. Those slaves were paid for with tropical fruits, molasses, rum, cotton, and tobacco, which were sent back to Europe. It was a triangular system of trade. The Europeans sold processed goods and bought agricultural products, the Africans sold manpower and bought processed goods, and the Americans sold agricultural products and bought manpower.

    And the Americans only bought African manpower because plentiful and cheap land made it easy for European settlers to move quickly into land ownership and the Native peoples tended to die from Old World diseases when put to work as slaves.

    Slavery existed in the New World even before the importation of Africans. And Africans were brought here specifically to be slaves.

    What Beck might be referring to is the system that evolved that gradually differentiated African slaves from all other slaves. In the beginning, slaves and indentured servants were able to win their freedom after a period of service. But, over time, African-Americans lost that right in the South of this country. Then white slavery withered away completely, leaving a system in the 19th-Century of exclusively black slavery.

    But, regardless, blacks were brought here as slaves in order to be slaves. It’s probably easiest to understand this history by reading about the Haitian Revolution, because it contains all the components of what went on here, but in a very compressed timetable.

  25. Supreme Court Starts New Era With 3 Women On Bench


    Washington— The Supreme Court began a new era Monday with three women serving together for the first time, Elena Kagan taking her place at the end of the bench and quickly joining in the give-and-take.

    In a scene that will repeat itself over the next few months, Kagan left the courtroom while the other justices remained to hear a case in which she will take no part. She has taken herself out of 24 pending cases, including the second of the two argued Monday, because of her work as the Obama administration’s solicitor general prior to joining the court in August.

    Opening its new term on the traditional first Monday in October, the court turned down hundreds of appeals, including one from the relatives of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks. They are seeking a proper burial for material taken from the World Trade Center site because it could contain the ashes of victims.

    The justices also refused to hear several criminal appeals, including one by John and Timothy Rigas, founders of former telecommunications giant Adelphia Communications. They wanted the court to overturn their fraud convictions in connection with Adelphia’s collapse in 2002.

  26. Dana Milbank: Mormon Prophesy Behind Glenn Beck’s Message


    In one of his first appearances on Fox News, Glenn Beck sent a coded message to the nation’s six million Mormons — or at least those Mormons who believe in what the Latter-day Saints call “the White Horse Prophecy.”

    “We are at the place where the Constitution hangs in the balance,” Beck told Bill O’Reilly on November 14, 2008, just after President Obama’s election. “I feel the Constitution is hanging in the balance right now, hanging by a thread unless the good Americans wake up.”

    The Constitution is hanging by a thread.

    Most Americans would have heard this as just another bit of overblown commentary and thought nothing more of it. But to those familiar with the White Horse Prophecy, it was an unmistakable signal.

    The phrase is often attributed to the Prophet Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormon Church. Smith is believed to have said in 1840 that when the Constitution hangs by a thread, elders of the Mormon Church will step in — on the proverbial white horse — to save the country.

    I see you, Dana Milbank and I’m not buying what you’re selling!

    • http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dana-milbank/post_996_b_749750.html

      From a HP commenter:

      Well….Someone has to say it….Might as well be the black guy. Here we go.
      Aside from the Utter ignorance that GB is, lets talk about the MORMONS.

      MORMANS taught that blacks were descendants of Cain, Adam and Eve’s son who was banished after murdering his brother Abel, and of Ham, Noah’s son who broke a taboo when he looked at the nude body of his drunken father. In what became known as the “curse of Ham,” Noah condemned to slavery the descendants of Ham’s son Canaan.
      Which Bible did they get that from?? Thats right, they made that one up.
      Up untill a few years ago they taught that Black was bad.
      So the tea bagger are a natural progression for them.

    • Ametia says:

      Just more racist rhetoric masquerading as religion.

  27. dannie22 says:

    Good morning all !

  28. Ametia says:

    Justice Elena Kagan a comfortable and active questioner in first case
    By Robert Barnes
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Monday, October 4, 2010; 7:41 PM

    Elena Kagan worked behind the scenes at the Supreme Court as a clerk, and stood at the lectern as solicitor general representing the government of the United States.
    So it is not surprising that when she took her spot at the end of the mahogany bench Monday as the newest justice, Kagan, 50, seemed right at home.

    She waited a respectful period as colleagues asked questions, then dived into a complicated and murky bankruptcy case in which the court’s best option, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. noted, might be to choose the less “absurd” result.

    Kagan’s debut, brief as it was, was the highlight of the court’s first day of its 2010-2011 term. Because of her work as solicitor general, Kagan was recused from the court’s second case of the day, and she will be absent more than present during its first two-week session. She will hear only four of 12 cases.


  29. Ametia says:

    Oct 5 2010 8:02 AM EDT
    President Obama To Host Youth Town Hall Special
    “A Conversation with President Obama” to air on October 14.
    By Gil Kaufman

    President Barack Obama will take part in a youth town hall special on October 14 called “A Conversation with President Obama.” The interactive one-hour event will air live and commercial-free on MTV, MTVu, BET, Centric, TR3s and CMT at 4 p.m. (ET) and stream live on MTV.com, BET.com and CMT.com.

    The president will take the stage before an audience of approximately 250 young people representing a broad cross-section of backgrounds, interests and political viewpoints. The show, a production of MTV News and BET News, will be hosted by MTV’s Sway Calloway, BET’s April Woodard and CMT’s Katie Cook.

    “Our brands reach and connect with the broadest swath of young people in the U.S. because we understand their interests, their passions and their concerns,” said Viacom President and CEO Philippe Dauman in a statement announcing the special forum. “We know that America’s youth hold strong views about the challenges our country faces as well as their own aspirations for the future. We are honored that the President has chosen to appear on our cable networks to continue his dialogue with the nation’s young people.”

    During the event, President Obama will answer questions on a wide range of topics from the studio audience as well as from viewers who submit questions via Twitter.

  30. Ametia says:

    Jon Stewart lampoons fired CNN host Rick Sanchez

    By FRAZIER MOORE, AP Television Writer Frazier Moore, Ap Television Writer – Tue Oct 5, 12:41 am ET
    NEW YORK – Jon Stewart gleefully struck back Monday night at the former CNN host who was fired after calling him a bigot.

    In his opening spot on “The Daily Show,” Stewart told his Comedy Central audience that, after taping last Thursday’s edition, he had heard Rick Sanchez interviewed on a radio program.

    “I think Jon Stewart’s a bigot,” Sanchez was heard declaring in the taped replay.

    “Omigod!” Stewart glowed from his anchor desk. “Rick Sanchez knows my name!”

    Stewart replayed another excerpt from the radio interview where Sanchez sneered, “I’m so glad that (Stewart) grew up in a suburban middle-class New Jersey home with everything that you could ever imagine.”

    Grinning slyly, Stewart said Sanchez “really nailed what it was like growing up in central Jersey in the early ’70s, the fortunate son of a single mother in the education field.”


  31. Ametia says:

    Good Morning, Beautiful People!

  32. Ametia says:

    Midterm campaigns, brought to you by . . . ?
    By Eugene Robinson
    Tuesday, October 5, 2010

    The Republican grab for Congress is being funded by a pack of wolves masquerading as a herd of sheep.
    How sweet and innocent they seem, these mysterious organizations with names like Americans for Job Security. Who could argue with that? Who wants job insecurity?

    It turns out, according to The Post, that an entity called Americans for Job Security has made nearly $7.5 million in “independent” campaign expenditures this year, with 88 percent going to support Republican candidates. Who’s putting up all that money? You’ll never know, because Americans for Job Security — which calls itself a “business association” — doesn’t have to disclose the source of its funding.

    Likewise, the American Future Fund has spent $6.8 million on campaigns this year, with every penny of that money benefiting Republicans. The patriotically named group — and, really, who doesn’t want America to have a future? — is based in Iowa and has never before been a big player in the Great Game of campaign finance. Now, suddenly, it has a king’s ransom to throw around.


  33. Roschelle says:

    ladies…ladies…ladies this is not working this morning. i’m home ALONE sipping on a nice glass of white wine…just chillaxin after a hard night’s work and y’all wanna play THIS!!!

    damn shame! :)

    just jiving. i’m cool. makes me kinda sad to listen to this ol’ school stuff. chillin’ reminder of what music used to be :) *SMH

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