May 10, 2014

Obama and Sharpton: On the Political Racist Road Again

Al SharptonDaily Caller: [one year ago]
First of all, if the government were to come to disarm you, you would not be able to use an automatic weapon to defend yourself. Let’s be serious. We’re in a world of drones now so the Second Amendment would not help you in that area. It is absurd to try to cite that. … People do not have the right to unregulated rights in this country. And I think that for those that use the Second Amendment [they] are conceding that they have no argument on why you need a magazine with 100 rounds of ammunition or 30 rounds of ammunition.
National Urban League, Marc Morial, stated one year ago:
The Constitution and the Bill of Rights are not absolute. One cannot yell fire in a crowded theater and hide behind the First Amendment.
This is brought up because Reuters reported that BH Obama is spending the week commemorating the progress made in the Civil Rights Movement. Of course, he has been hanging around with Al Sharpton, using racism as the reason why people are opposing his policies.
The progressives continue with their rhetoric that those opposing protecting the voting system with proper identification is against civil rights, specifically “poor” people, albeit, black Americans, and therefore racially motivated. Anyone can get a picture ID from their motor vehicle center in every state – without obtaining a valid drivers license. So what is the deal?
Sharpton made that comment about ID requirements to vote last year because of the move towards preventing voting fraud – which the Democrat Party has been caught and found guilty of far more than the other side of the political fence. They do not want to prevent voter fraud because that is one of their tools to stay in power – plain and simple.
Voting is the peaceful means of getting rid of those corrupt persons operating OUR government; and if voting no longer is the pulse of the nation and the will of the People – than what?
Civil Rights is for ALL Americans, not just for those who continue to picture themselves as victims and feel that society today owes them for what was done in the past. Ironically, they have given up one form of slavery for another, this time with invisible chains. It is called government dependency, and what Star Parker referred to in her Plantation book.
Racism needs to go into the dust bins of history – no matter where it originates or what political entity uses it.
So much for unity promised in 2008.

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