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Sadly, this Nation remains divided but we must unite AGAINST racism!

Racism is endemic in these divided states to the point where some feel as though they
must "tolerate" another's race. I do not believe there is a simple solution in solving
racism within these divided states, but a good start would be if we seriously looked
into making equality normal and not something to legislate or force on anyone. No one
- including the government or schools - can teach tolerance when the law does not
treat every american equally.

Without a doubt, racism is a major sore for Obama’s Presidency, as the disrespect
towards this president is unlike any I have seen in my lifetime.  The contempt is rapid:
  • Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer was seen wagging her finger at Obama while on a
    Phoenix airport tarmac during his visit there.  (2012)
  • In 2010, Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner said first lady Michelle Obama
    "has a large posterior," a comment critics called racist and sexist.
  • During the summer 2010 Tea Party rallies, there was a plethora of derogatory
    and racially tinged signs.
  • In 2009, South Carolina Republican Rep. Joe Wilson yelled, "you lie" during the
    State of the Union address.
  • Within a day of the president taking office, Mitch McConnell stated that
    Republicans highest priority was making President Obama a one term

We cannot teach our children to "tolerate" another and play nice, when our own
government officials have shown they have lost their morals:
    June 2012, Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Mike
    Turzai said that a recent voter ID law passed in his State
    "would allow Governor Romney to win Pennsylvania."
    He included this statement in a list of his party's
    accomplishments, which critics of the legislation—
    including a Pennsylvania state senator—say
    unintentionally revealed the true intentions behind the law.  
    "Pro-Second Amendment?  The Castle Doctrine, it's
    done. First pro-life legislation -- abortion facility
    regulations - in 22 years, done. Voter ID, which is
    gonna allow Governor Romney to win the state of
    Pennsylvania, done."  Yes, "done" to keep a Black man
    from a second term.

Am I playing the race card?  It seems obvious to me what is going on:  They will do
anything and everything to
Block The Vote.  

The more President Obama accomplishes, the more opposition he receives from the
Republican Party.  I honesty believe he would have achieved more than what he
already has had it not been for the consistent buffeting.  From the very beginning of
his Presidency, the Republicans said "their goal" was to make him a "one-term
President"; they win while the rest of the Nation suffers.  The more President Obama
accomplishes, the more opposition he receives from the Republican Party.

Thoughts / Opinions?
Thankfully Racism No Longer Exists
  • New Hands!
    Zion Harvey told a CNN affiliate "I just want to say this: Never give up on
    your dreams.  It will come true."
    Zion underwent a 10-hour surgery to have two new hands attached.  He is the
    first child to receive a double hand transplant.
    "When I was 2, I had to get my hands cut off because I was sick," Zion
    simply stated.
    Pre-surgery video shows Zion strumming a mandolin, playing foosball, scrolling
    through an iPad's offerings and playfully covering his younger sister’s eyes
    with the stubs of his wrists.
    As for the bullies who made fun of him, he frankly states "They don’t mean to
    say mean things to me, but it just slips out.  Somebody says something to
    me, and I just figure it slipped out and they didn’t mean to say it.  
    Everybody has their own way of thinking."
    Zion's family is grateful to the Gift of Life Donor Program, a regional organ
    procurement organization.
    More on Zion's story can be found here.
    As of now, there has not been word of how one can help with expenses
    however, the Gift of Life Donor Program eagerly accepts donations.

  • Mail carrier, Ron Lynch helps young boy to get books to read.
    "He told me his wish is to have books to read," Lynch wrote in his
    Facebook post on July 24.  "Please share and let's get him tons of reading
    material! Most kids his age wants electronics. It's great to see his desire,
    and you should have seen him beam when I said I could help."
    The rest of the story is here.

  • Some condescending folks in some of our Cities have pushed some of our
    government officials to make it illegal to be homeless.  Okay perhaps not illegal
    to be homeless but definitely illegal for a homeless person to be homeless in
    It was nice to hear there was a campaign to help the homeless.  Their needs
    seemed simple and no more costly then the other projects in the works.  They
    just simply wanted a Homeless Bill of Rights to include the following:
    1. The right to move freely and sleep in public spaces without discrimination
    2. The right to sleep in a parked vehicle
    3. The right to eat and exchange food in public
    4. The right to obtain legal counsel
    5. The right to access hygiene facilities 24/7
    6. The right to use the defense of necessity in any criminal prosecution.
    Sadly Colorado's HB 1264 did not pass.

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It is such a shame that so many of us actually believed we lived in a democracy but failed to realize the coninued/ongoing rule of the oligarchy.

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I give no one a pass.  I do not care the color of
your skin or the position you may have, you
will NEVER receive a pass or any excuse for
your actions from me.  NEVER!  Not now,
not ever!  
Our united states government
officials Will Pass On The american
Regarding Barack Obama:

  • Pat Buchanan responded to Al Sharpton's comment regarding tax cuts:  
    Buchanan said, “Please don’t throw me under the briar patch!”  The term
    Briar Patch, is a saying typically meant to indicate reverse psychology that
    happens to come from “Uncle Remus and Legends of the Old Plantation”
    fable that gave us the term “tar baby”.  (The terms “Br’er Rabbi” and "tar
    baby" seem to be more common now that Barack Obama is leading this
    Nation.) (2012)
  • Pat Buchannan refers to President Obama as "boy." (August 2011)
  • Representative Doug Lamborn (R-CO) said dealing with President Obama in
    the debt ceiling negotiations was "like touching a tar baby". (August 2011)
  • As Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews"
    reflected on Obama State of the Union address, he dropped the line, "I forgot
    he was black for an hour," while discussing the apparent lack of racial
    overtones during the speech.  Later, Matthews tried to clarify his comments on
    "The Rachel Maddow Show" by explaining that he was delighted to see race
    had no place in the State of the Union address after growing up in a country
    divided by race. "It wasn't even in the room tonight," he said. (January 2010)
  • Newt Gingrich has reported several times that Obama is pretending to be
    "normal" but actually seems to be engaged in "Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior".
    "Following a Kenyan, anti-colonial worldview."  Gingrich has also asked,
    "What if [Obama] is so outside our comprehension, that only if you
    understand Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior, can you begin to piece
    together [his actions]?"  Another quote from Gingrich about President
    Obama, "This is a person who is fundamentally out of touch with how the
    world works, who happened to have played a wonderful con, as a result
    of which he is now president."  He goes on to say, "I think he worked very
    hard at being a person who is normal, reasonable, moderate, bipartisan,
    transparent, accommodating -- none of which was true," Gingrich
    continues. "In the Alinksy tradition, he was being the person he needed to
    be in order to achieve the position he needed to achieve . . . He was
    authentically dishonest."
  • During the healthcare reform debates, the Tea Party and Republicans accused
    the President Obama of "stealing white Americans’ money to pay for his
    homies health insurance."
  • When President Obama instructed the DEA to back off medical marijuana
    users, the chatter was that he was repaying the “bros in the ghetto for their
  • One of several high-profile politicians to merit a mention in the controversial
    book "Game Change," Harry Reid, a Democrat and longtime Obama ally, was
    cited in the book for describing the president before his election as a "'light-
    skinned' African American, 'with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to
    have one.'"  (January 2010)
  • Mike Parry, then a GOP Senate candidate, was found to have scrubbed
    several tweets from his Twitter account, including one that described Obama
    as a "power hungry arrogant black man."  Neither Parry nor his campaign
    manager returned calls or e-mail seeking comment, but later said, "My
    opinion is that our president is arrogant and angry. The fact is that he is
    a black man." (January 2010)
  • Former President Bill Clinton was one of many politicians called out in Mark
    Halperin and John Heilemann's new book "Game Change." In the book, they
    said Clinton caught flak from Obama's campaign for reportedly telling the late
    Senator Ted Kennedy of Obama, "A few years ago, this guy would have
    been getting us coffee."
  • During the presidential campaign, former president Bill Clinton also called
    Obama's run for the White House as "the biggest fairy tale I've ever seen."
  • Settling down to watch the annual showing of "A Charlie Brown Christmas,"
    Mayor Russ Wiseman (Arlington, Tenn.) was irked to find the Christmas
    favorite had been pre-empted by Obama's speech announcing efforts to send
    more troops to Afghanistan. He took to Facebook, lashing out at Obama for
    being a "Muslim president."  "Try to convince me that wasn't done on
    purpose," Wiseman posted, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal.  
    "Ask the man if he believes that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and he will
    give you a 10 minute dissertation (sic) about it .w.hen the answer should
    simply be 'yes.'"  (December 2009)
  • U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, (R-Kan.) congresswoman raised eyebrows when she
    told a public forum "Republicans are struggling right now to find the great
    white hope." (August 2009)
  • Dr. David McKalip, a Florida neurosurgeon and healthcare reform opponent
    sent out an e-mail containing an image of Obama as an African witch doctor,
    dressed in a loin cloth and with a bone through his nose. Underneath the
    picture were the words "Obama Care: Coming Soon to a Clinic Near You."
    (July 2009)
  • Glenn Beck, former host of "Fox and Friends" said the president was racist.  
    While discussing the arrest of Black Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr.,
    Beck said Obama had repeatedly shown that he is "a guy who has a deep-
    seated hatred for white people or the white culture. I don't know what it
    is."  When it was noted that Obama's administration was largely white, Beck
    continued, "I'm not saying he doesn't like white people, I'm saying he has a
    problem. This guy is, I believe, a racist."  (July 2009)
  • The Merced Sun-Star newspaper revealed that Atwater, California
    Councilman Gary Frago sent several racist e-mails, including a comparison
    between Barack Obama and O.J. Simpson and a crack about Michelle Obama
    posing in National Geographic. (July 2009)
  • Rusty DePass, the longtime South Carolina GOP activist responded to a
    Facebook post about an escaped gorilla at the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia
    when he wrote, "I'm sure it's just one of Michelle's ancestors – probably
    harmless."  He later confirmed that he was referring to First Lady Michelle
    Obama. "I am as sorry as I can be if I offended anyone," he said. "The
    comment was clearly in jest." (June 2009)
  • Tennessee State GOP Staffer Sherri Goforth, the legislative aid for Republican
    State Senator Diane Black was reprimanded for forwarding an e-mail image
    showing all the presidential portraits, with Barack Obama appearing only as a
    set of white eyes on a black background. She later told the online publication that she only felt bad about sending it to the wrong
    list of people. (June 2009)
  • Marilyn Davenport, an elected official in the Republican Party of Orange
    County, California, circulated an email depicting Obama and his parents as
    chimps, she initially defended the image as "political satire." (2009)
  • GOP activist Mike Green, the South Carolina businessman, whose
    communications company worked on the gubernatorial campaign of U.S. Rep.
    J. Gresham Barrett, was caught by the Indigo Journal tweeting, "I just heard
    Obama was going to impose a 40% tax on aspirin because it's white and
    it works."  (June 2009)
  • Rush Limbaugh, the conservative radio host has been cited for a series of
    remarks that liberal Media Matters for America has concluded are racially
    charged statements. Among them, are Limbaugh saying in June Obama that
    was "behaving like an African colonial despot" and calling Obama an
    "angry black guy" a month later.  Early on in Obama's White House bid,
    Limbaugh was flamed for playing "Barack, the Magic Negro" to the tune of
    "Puff the Magic Dragon" on his show. (June 2009)
  • Texas GOP Leader Diann Jones and vice president of the Collin County
    Republican Party in Texas, forwarded an e-mail to area Republican clubs
    calling a state-sponsored firearm tax "another terrific idea from the black
    house and its minions."  (May 2009)
  • Sean Delonas, the cartoonist caused a firestorm after his cartoon appeared in
    the New York Post depicting two police officers, one with a smoking gun,
    standing over a dead chimpanzee with the words, "They'll have to find
    someone else to write the next stimulus bill."  The cartoonist was inspired by
    the mauling of a Connecticut woman by a pet chimp which was shot and killed
    by police officers. (February 2009)
  • Buck Burnette, the Texas Longhorn lineman was booted from the university's
    football team after posting as his Facebook status, as quoted by NCAA
    Football Fanhouse, "all the hunters gather up, we have a #$%&er in the
    whitehouse." (November 2008)
  • Chaffey Community Republican Women, Federated, a California women's
    GOP group, put out a newsletter with an image of "Obama Bucks" – food
    stamps with Obama's head on a donkey surrounded by fried chicken,
    watermelon and ribs. (October 2008)
  • Former Florida GOP Leader and former chairman of the Hillsborough County
    Republican Party, David Storck forwarded an e-mai written by GOP volunteer
    Ron Whitley that said, "I see carloads of black Obama supporters coming
    from the inner city to cast their votes for Obama. This is their chance to
    get a black president and they seem to care little that he is at minimum,
    socialist, and probably Marxist in his core beliefs. After all, he is black —
    no experience or accomplishments — but he is black." (October 2008)
  • Virginia GOP Leader Bobby May, then treasurer of the Buchanan County
    Republican Party, wrote a column for the Virginia Voice shortly before
    Obama's election questioning whether Obama would change the American
    flag to include the Islamic symbol or divert more aid to Africa so "the Obama
    family there can skim enough to allow them to free their goats and live
    the American Dream."  (October 2008)
  • As Obama's presidential bid heated up in April 2008, U.S. Rep. Geoff Davis
    (R-Kentucky) said, "That boy's finger does not need to be on the button,".  
    Aaccording to a blog in the Lexington Herald-Leader, he was referring to the
    country's nuclear arsenal.  (April 2008)
  • The one-time Democratic vice presidential candidate, Geraldine Ferraro made
    headlines while working on Hillary Clinton's presidential bid for saying
    Obama's candidacy would not have been so successful if he were not Black.  
    "If Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position," Ferraro told
    reporters.  She left the Clinton campaign shortly after. (March 2008)
No new news to report as of now.  But wait,
let me just put in this quick note:  For so
many years, I had prayed for patience, but as
time went on and there were changes to make
record of and I began to pray for peace.  The
peace came gradually, yet quickly and I am
forever grateful to Him and will always be
mindful of where my entire blessing comes.  
With this newfound peace, many will
presume that cynicism followed.  In contrast,
I know better. I often refer to a quote from  
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ticket. While I was watching someone get a
My Health Care Reform Plan
Just like most Politicians, and others, I am so
egotistical, that I felt I could write a health
care reform bill better than any Democrat or
Poor Obama, I always saw him as an
intelligent man that could see the forest
before the trees. But… When the Dems
first began pushing healthcare reform, I kept
watching the opponents and I could not help
but to think that they are a bunch of dumb
protesters. Now do not get me wrong, I could
have easily...
Nothing Is What It Seems
Thoughts of what happened before and on
Tuesday, September 11, 2001.  I cannot
imagine nothing could cause the beams to go
down on 9/11.  I thank God...
Trayvon Martin was killed or murdered.  I
know some of my Black brothers and sisters
felt that they already knew Zimmerman
murdered Martin, but I wanted to know the
facts or at least learn some of the particulars
before giving an opinion.  Although the jury
of six women will decide this case, I wanted
to know the facts and felt a need to decide for
myself if Zimmerman was innocent or guilty.  
As I said, I did not know, but now I at least
have some of the facts about what happened
that night,
Sunday, February 26, 2012.
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Sanders did not deserve much coverage.  Well
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from each candidate.
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Dear Democrat Party,

My parents taught me the importance of voting so I have been avidly voting since

For decades, I have supported the Democrat Party because they seem to speak the
language of the working class and poor.  However, as time passes, it is getting harder
and harder to decide between a Democrat and Republican candidate, as both seem to
make careers out of being just a politician and not public servants.

Us voters are just regular everyday working class citizens.  We go to work each day,
feed our families, abide by the law; doing everything, we are supposed to do.  
However as each day, month and year passes, it is getting harder and harder for us to
achieve our responsibilities.  Yes, we are aware that we must work hard, but we are
also aware that the policies set by politicians often make our lives difficult.  Our
politicians have a huge impact on our lives and depending on their actions, it can
hinder our abilities.

It seemed as though the Democrats wanted to set good policies while closely playing
the hand they were dealt while working with their Republican colleagues.  However,
it seems that the Democrat Party is swinging more and more to the Right;
conservatism.  Today, it is getting harder and harder for us every day working class
folks and it seems as though neither the Democrats nor Republicans care.

I am convinced that neither Party cares, because if they did, they would stop making
life harder for us.  Most are clueless that the majority of us working class people do
not earn $85,000 a year.  Most are clueless and do not know how much a gallon of
milk costs, a needed medical prescription, electricity, water etc.  Assuredly they have
no idea that milk, bread and cheese have increased in price but have less content.

If they do know these things, it is because they asked someone on their staff.  
Someone had to tell them.  Now, I am not naïve to believe that someone such as
Bernie Sanders is the only politician that knows this, but he was the only presidential
candidate talking about it.  He was the only presidential candidate that talked about
income inequality; issues that us average citizens contend with on a daily basis.  (He
talked about issues that concern us, the average voter.)

You choose Hillary Clinton to be the Democrat nominee but I will not vote for her, as
she is not progressive and she certainly is not a public servant.  She will not fight for
us - the consumer, the middle class, the working class, the working poor.

For decades, we have had a plethora of politicians tell us what they "think" we need
or what they "think" we should know.

We are tired of typical political lip service.

We are tired of business as usual, a system that only works for the selective few and
the establishment.

We have grown overly tired of status quo; a vote for status quo is just that.  If status
quo worked, then millions more voters would support it but it is obvious that it is not
hence the reason Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump received so much support.  
Personally, I knew I would never vote for Trump, but many people are just to put an
end to status quo/business as usual.

Us voters are tired of our politicians embracing status quo and them pushing it on us
as if it is the only option.  We know it is not.

We have always had a challenge on our hands and repeatedly the voters have asked
that you stand with us.

As a Coloradoian and longtime Democrat supporter, I am tired of asking you for your
support.  I am tired of hoping status quo would end.  I am overly tired of hoping that
you will step up and take the challenge.  I now know that you do not have the
courage, as you are the establishment and cannot work with us and fight for us.

For decades, I have sent correspondence begging and pleading for you to reform but
instead you have asked us voters to bend and bend and bend.  I am now fully aware
that you do not intend to end the greed and corruption but instead you will continue to
embrace it, as it has become the norm.

We have had a decades-long relationship but it is not working so I am saying goodbye
to the mental instability and abuse.


C Davis, former Democrat supporter & contributor
Open Letter to the Democrat Party

People have been toeing the line, keeping their head down, sticking to their Party, and
apathetically accepting lies, corruption and lesser of two evils for way too long.  In
case we have all forgotten, this is America.  We are supposed to stand for equality,
opportunity and justice for all.  Does anyone remember?  Can anyone see that
actually in existence any more?  Doesn’t that bother you?  Do you really think it will
just fix it self if you do what you are told, if you sit down and shut up?

We are trying to change the way things are.  We are doing our best to get away from
the status quo because it has not been working for us.

Mr. Anderson
Open Letter to the Democrat Party
No Vote!  As for The People not supporting
their own rights by voting, I know I need to
kill off a few of these people inside my head.
Democratic Socialist:
The United States of America has Medicare,
Social Security, United States Military,
Education, Infrastructure and many other
socialist programs.
Unfortunately, some people either have
forgotten or do not know that America is
already a socialist Country; Bernie is not the
socialist that people think he is.  He is not a
socialist but instead, …
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“Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in
the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it.
Impossible is not a fact.  It's an opinion.
Impossible is not a declaration.  It's a dare.
Impossible is potential.
Impossible is temporary.
Impossible is nothing.”
The Greatest
Jill Stein:
I wanted Jill to win and that is why I voted
for her. It was not a "protest vote" but
instead a vote for the person I
wanted to win.  
I have never voted for someone that I did not
want to win.  I did not want Bush to win so I
did not vote for him just as I did not want
Romney to win so I did not vote for him