Finally in the Land of the Employed!

July 26, 2010

It’s official, after not months, but YEARS of searching for work in my rundown section of the country, I officially start work tomorrow at a Church supply company. Which one? Wouldn’t you like to know. In any case, the on the job training starts at 7 in the morning, but I couldn’t be happier. Even with the normal new job jitters I can thankfully say, ‘Praise God and hallelujah! I’ve got a job!’ Unfortunately this is something that nearly 10% of Americans cannot say thanks to the job and business killing policies of Barry Obama, the worst president in the history of the universe. Stay tuned for more.

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What’s Race Got To Do With It?

July 23, 2010

The race-healer in chief’s mojo is coming to a screeching, crashing halt. He was the post-racial prez, the guy that was neither black or white, but something like a Santa Clause figure whose appearance changed based upon whom viewed him. He was equally at home with his black buddies and his white buddies. He could easily separate himself from his race and would ‘change’ the country with ‘hope’.

No more. His rep is forever tarnished by what he has done in the past couple weeks alone. Black Panther-gate, suing Arizona over ‘racial discrimination’ in HB1070 (which doesn’t exist mind you) and who can forget that “the Cambridge police acted stupidly.” It seems that the entire Congress now defers to minorities rather than the rule of law.The New Black Panthers were unarguably harassing white voters in an attempt to drive them away from the polls. A whistleblower (J. Christian Adams) at the Justice Department has confirmed that the department had a slam-dunk case against the NBPP yet it was dropped because under AG Holder the department is opposed to trying cases of discrimination against white victims. (See http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/07/us/07rights.html?_r=1)

Now the organization fighting obscurity and utter disrepute, the NAACP is now claiming that the Tea Party is a racist organization and that it is the spiritual descendant of the White Citizens Council. My question? Why won’t the NAACP come out and condemn the NBPP or more specifically Minister King Samir Shabazz of ‘I hate white people’ fame. In case you haven’t heard it, let me quote it to you exactly: “I hate white people. Every last iota of a cracker, I hate him… If you want freedom, you gonna have to kill some crackers. You gonna have to kill some of they babies.”

Sounds real warm and huggable doesn’t he? That is the same man that was standing outside a Philadelphia polling station on election day 2008 with a nightstick. Regardless of color, there are racists among us. Blacks can hate whites as easily as whites can hate blacks. Asians can hate Hispanics and Europeans can hate Australians. The point is, we are never going to get past racism. NEVER! The human condition is unable to be removed from us as it is ingrained with sin. Some hearts will never change, and you can’t legislate morality. Government cannot change a heart, only God can through the blood of Jesus Christ. King Samir Shabazz needs Christ. And not his faux Christ of black liberation theology. For God doesn’t look on appearances, but on the heart.

I love people regardless of their color. But some people won’t do that. Some people hate others based on their color. And ones like Shabazz (both Samir and Zulu) are racist as well. Nothing can be done to heal old wounds when the former victims are turning into the oppressors. But here’s the thing. Race hustlers like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and outright racists like King Samir Shabazz and Malik Zulu Shabazz were never subject to the same treatment that MLK or others were treated. They were never enslaved like in the 1800s. I still contend that if we go far enough back, every group on earth has been enslaved or mistreated by someone of the opposite race.

So in closing, if Obama were to truly want to be post-racial, he would look at the facts rather than the skin-tone and drop his radical agenda. Decrying Arizona’s largely white police and legislature (who are trying to enforce border policy) and sticking up for illegal immigrants who happen to be largely Hispanic (and crossing ILLEGALLY) is an example of radicalism. Justice is supposed to be blind, blind to color, blind to economic status, blind to gender. The eyes of justice are only supposed to behold facts, perhaps the President should take the same approach.


More to come…

July 17, 2010

Hey everybody, just wanting to make sure that no one thinks I’ve abandoned the fight. No, it’s just been awfully busy lately. I fully intend on keeping up the fight against Obama and his health care, immigration, economic, social and justice positions. America needs strong conservatives to keep the fight going against the liberal and progressive ideologies of the day. God Bless America!


What Independence Day Means to Me

July 3, 2010

Independence Day is a day for cookouts, fireworks, time with family and friends. It’s time to go to the local park or other recreational facility. Right? Well for too many Americans that is all that it consists of. Sometimes the true meaning of the fourth of July is obscured by our many busy activities and doings.

The fourth of July means spending time thinking of those soldiers on far off battlefields that are being shot at. It means thanking God that there are many braver and more willing than I to leave family, friends and security of everyday life to water the tree of liberty. That there are those who, instead of pursuing a lucrative career in business, instead don the uniform of a grunt, a devil-dog, a sea-bee or a fly-boy and ensure the blessings of liberty to us and our posterity. They heeded the call of duty and answered, some to return, others to fall.

This day brings to mind the words of the song: “All gave some, some gave all. Some stood true for the red, white and blue, and some had to fall… If you ever think of me, think of all your liberties and recall, some gave all.” Truer words were never spoken. As some have noted, “It was not the poet who gave us freedom of speech, nor was it the reporter who gave us freedom of press, nor was it the reverend who gave us freedom of religion, but the soldier.” We can thank the soldiers who have given of themselves, sometimes paying with their lives to ensure that their sons and daughters would grow up in a country free from tyranny and oppression. From Bunker Hill and Lexington, to Philadelphia, to the beaches of Virginia and the hills of Appalachia, to the distant shores of Tripoli and the Mexican wilderness, to the beaches of Normandy and the Islands of the Pacific, to Inchon in Korea, to the rice paddies of Vietnam, to the island of Panama, to the sands of the Middle East and Afghanistan, to wherever next they be, we salute our boys and girls in uniform and thank them with the utmost degree of respect and adoration. We know that they are not perfect and have fear and apprehension of their situations, but we know also that they push on, showing their patriotism by their deeds and not simply their words. May God Bless our soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines on this fourth of July and give them strength, courage, and wisdom and may they come home safe and soon. God Bless America.