I'm adding a couple of more folks to the roll.
Bushwhack: By adding this guy to the list is proof positive that football is bipartisan. Bush and I are exact opposites. He's white. I'm black. He's a conservative. I'm a liberal. He is a Panther's fan - the team that beat the hell out of my beloved Bears and made the secondary look like it had more holes than Swiss cheese. (Note to Lovie Smith: Roll a safety over the top and make the corner play on the line). So why did he make the list? The guy loves football. In almost every post he commented on football. And that makes him ok in my book. Even if he did vote for the spawn of the devil.
Stevin: I really haven't figured out his politics, but he has a good blog. Plus, he linked me. I'm returning the favor. Make sure y'all check out his interviews with world leaders. They are really good.
My Interview With Suha Arafat
My Interview With George W Bush
My Interview With GW Bush Pt. 2
My Interview With Ahmadinejad
My Interview With Saddam
Check him out, I'm sure you'll become fans.
UPDATING SOME FRIENDS
Cynthia: Cynthia moved her blog and I haven't changed her link. She reps Chicago politics and leftist politics to the fullest. She has a very interesting post called: The Paradox of the Conservative Mind
I think if we are honest with ourselves, we will see that when this country
was allegedly great (and we are only referring to white people because we can
all agree it was never great for black people), then one has to admit, the
greatness came with the New Deal. For the first time in the U.S. history, the
government cared and promoted the middle class. Therefore, in order for
this country to go back to its greatness, it must maintain an old order, "The
I'm sure she would welcome all inputs. I've always wondered what post are referencing as the "good ole days". I'm sure they don't include black folks in that walk down memory lane.
There are some other folks I need to add and update. That will happen soon. Ok, have a good day.