When The Last Boomer Dies

Freedom Outpost:

“We knew that to end slavery we needed a proclamation from our president and amendment to our Constitution,” said the first lady. “To end segregation, we needed the Supreme Court to overturn the lie of separate but equal. To reach the ballot box we needed Congress to pass the voting rights act … We moved forward and we won those battles and made progress that our parents and grandparents could never have dreamed of.”

“But today, while there are no more ‘whites only’ signs keeping us out, no one barring our children from the schoolhouse door, we know that our journey is far far from finished,” she told the audience.

Here’s an alert for Mrs. Obama. Segregation is over. Slavery is over. You didn’t experience either one. So please, stop patronizing people with dark skin.

Michelle Obama was born in 1964. I remember that year, vaguely. It was the final birth year of the “Baby Boom” generation. I was four years old. I am a Baby Boomer.

Us Boomers are getting a little long in the tooth these days. Some of our generation are already retiring. The youngest ones are pushing fifty.

So what happens when the last Boomer dies?

There won’t be a single person left alive that remembers Jim Crow Segregation.

Think about that.

Imagine when people like Touré Neblett are the elders of the civil rights organizations that keep racial grievances alive.

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40 Responses to When The Last Boomer Dies

  1. carol haka says:

    She needs to shut her big fat racist month! I hate that wife of the Mother Fucking Hussein! 43 days to fucking fuck head gets to move to her criminally gotten gains in Hawaii. Seriouly bitch just the fuck up! 👿 I never use that word, but it applies to her. Enough! 👿

  2. DandyTiger says:

    You know, I really don’t like how the Gauls were treated by the Romans. I think we need to spend some quality time discussing it and dealing with our grievances. Still waiting for my reparations.

    • DandyTiger says:

      Don’t even get me started about that bastard Julius Caesar.

    • Mary says:

      I have a great-grandfather who died in the Civil War helping set Mrs. Obama and Toure’s ancestors free. My great-grandmother was financially devastated by his death.

      When do I get a thank you or reparations for her suffering?

      Enough, Michelle. The civil rights issue of this new era will be setting parents/children FREE from lousy public schools run by corrupt unions, even if those unions ARE your husband’s supporters. YOU are helping keep those children on the plantation, Michelle.

      • carol haka says:


      • Black&Right says:

        We needn’t dismiss the gravity of what happened in America’s past in order to shine a light on people like Toure using history to score political points. I wasn’t alive to experience that time and I am glad for that, my parents and grandparents were. My father was called “boy” and subject to actual racism. It infuriates me when people like Chris Mathews call EVERYTHING racist. I live less than thirty miles from a town where black people STILL are not welcome:(

  3. wmcb says:

    FURY! Fuck fuck fuck fucking fuckstick! I just heard a POTUS stand in front of UN and say

    ” The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of Islam.”

  4. angienc says:

    First let me say that IMO Michelle Obama does not need to have lived through segregation, etc. to speak of it — she grew up in this country as an AA girl, with AA parents & grandparents & I’m sure she heard stories from them — she may not have experienced segregation first hand, but being one generation away from it is not that far removed from it.

    However, the more important thing here is this: why the hell is she out bringing up the specters of slavery & segregation and linking it to voting? This is fear mongering & it is not something that she would be doing if Obama was doing as well as the MSM is telling us. Black pastors are telling their flocks to stay home because of Obama’s “evolution” on SSM & it must be having a significant effect on the internal polls.

    • carol haka says:

      So what. Remember Hussein give the bestest speech evah to fix race relations. Personally, who cares. I, like everyone else, could spend day and night discussing the many ways we are discriminated against daily. 👿 She’s inciting trouble. 👿 My heritage is Jewish and American Indian. No one in my family spends time discussing the Holocaust or missing scalps. Shit happened.

      • angienc says:

        Besides the fact that you completely missed the point I was making about the reason for her to be so desperate to go this route (i.e., trying to incite the AA community to get them to the polls), your equating segregation & the holocaust to “shit happened” is distasteful, IMO. I’m not engaging you in any further discussion.

        • carol haka says:

          My point is everyone has grievances in their pathways to civilization. My family experienced the Holocaust and the slaughter of our Chochtaw family. We’ve forgiven and moved on from what can’t be changed in our history. We don’t try to incite riots. But we will do everything possible to prevent further evil in the world. And Obama and MO are for the sake of power! 👿

        • Black&Right says:

          Yeah, um you can’t just tell people to get over it. Carol Haka at least you know your ancestry. Most African slaves in America were from West Africa and regarding my distant ancestry that’s all I know. I don’t like the fear mongering. Getting a valid government issued ID is not a poll tax or hardship for black America. In order to navigate modern society you need one, to get on a plane, use a public library, work, ect.

          No one is saying that the descendants of slaves and the legacy of the Civil Rights movement should be to sit around and whine, but please don’t dismiss it. Why don’t you read a slave narrative and have a little empathy please? I read the Diary of Ann Frank in junior high and I will never forget the story.

          Angienc is right, you are missing the point that his campaign must be desperate. Why resort to this ugliness? The Republican party doesn’t want to put anyone back in chains and they need to stop scaring people. There are young people who will believe this stuff.

      • carol haka says:

        My comments are to the fraud Michelle Obama for the purpose of inciting trouble. She is a pile of grievences that has nothing but hate for those that have literally nothing to do with her or her life experience. She has caused irreparable harm to the black community of which she has nothing in common. 👿

  5. yttik says:

    The flip side of all that BS is that it was also government that created slavery, segregation, and denied people civil rights. Our parents and grandparents protested against….the government. Gov was not sitting in the wings wanting so badly to be benevolent, Gov was throwing people in jail and turning fire hoses on them.

  6. DeniseVB says:

    I wish Alan West would respond to that speech. Maybe Condi Rice too. Mia Love anyone? All very successful and inspiring people.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    Ooops, looks like GWB had time for bilateral meetings during the ’04 UN opener.


  8. wmcb says:

    • cj says:

      He won’t show his hand until after the election when he can be “more flexible.” Plus Axlerod knows it’s too dangerous to allow Obama to speak off the cuff this late in the game. Even in private, his gaffes have a way of leaking out.

    • yttik says:

      He thinks going from an “Empty Chair” to “Eye Candy” is progress. I guess it is when it comes to telling the truth about this presidency. He sees his role as being nothing but eye candy for the entire world.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I used to admire Walters as a newswoman as she broke a few glass ceilings in the old media boys club. Now The View will be her legacy of making important people look foolish.

        No Oprah on their Preezy Beezy schedule ?

  9. DeniseVB says:

    The U.K. has the story on the hungry kids video !


    Comments are mostly from the U.S. Guess I’m not the only one “hungry” for news 😀

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