Thursday, September 04, 2008

A Troop of Racist Blacks versus a Real American...

I wonder if it is as obvious to the rest of the world as it is to me; Democrat blacks, for the most part, are flagrant racists! Otherwise, please explain this:

"...Black Democrats are voting largely along racial lines. With few policy differences between the candidates, Obama won 92 percent of the black vote in Mississippi, 91 percent in Wisconsin, 87 percent in Ohio, 84 percent in Maryland, and 84 percent in Texas..."

There is no way all these people can believe Barack Obama will make a good president, much less be good for black Americans! Fifty percent, perhaps, but, 91 percent?! No way!

It's too bad it has come to this. I've spent my adult life thinking that, maybe we will all be equal in each other's sight, but I now give up.

Not only do the blacks demonstrate a bias against whites, they are the majority who are turning away from God and embracing the false god, allah, a monster thought up by a mad Arab who called his ideology, islam, a religion and a means to kill or subjugate Christians and Jews. Too bad! As Chico the Wonder Dog would say,"Oh, well!"

Then there is Michael Steele, a real American. I heard his speech on the Republican National Convention floor last night and I must say, I was very impressed.

He obviously is his own man and someone to whom a person, white, black or whatever would do well to listen.

There is a video of his speech and the text to which I will link both.

"...John McCain has never lost faith in the power and ingenuity of the individual to create the legacy of a nation through hard work, self-sacrifice and discipline.

Through his service he reaffirms to the American people his core belief that government should be limited so that it never becomes powerful enough to infringe on the rights of the individual.That taxes should be kept low so that families can keep more of their hard-earned money.

That the ideal of a colorblind society is worth fighting for because each man, woman, and child is an individual and not a member of some hyphenated class or group..."

The best comment of this part of his speech is highlighted and I really admire him for saying that. This man could be any color and still be an exceptional person. But the fact that he is black adds more credibility to his words than I can express!

Thank you, Mr Steele. You are a great American!



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