Sunday, November 9, 2008

Socialism comes to America

The election of Barack Obama as "President" is significant and historic in 2 ways. First off, being a black man and the first black man elected to the office is historic. I would only hope that those out there, usually black, would finally dispense with "this is a racist country". But I am more than willing to bet, if you disagree with his policies, you're a racist, if you call him a socialist (which he is), you're a racist, if you don't like him, you're a racist. I had some time ago, a co-worker where I work call me a "racist" because I told him I don't like hip-hop and think it doesn't take anything more than a beat and someone screaming some obscene nonsense to make. For that, I am a racist. I don't like country music all that much, so what does that mean? I believe that far from being a "uniter", what will happen is, that anyone who disagrees with him and his policies will fall under the umbrella of being a racist. Too bad, if that makes me a racist, so be it. Because I am not. I grew up with friends of mine while I was a military brat, whose parents were a black man and a white woman, and it never occurred to me to think about what color they were. I never really experienced racism until I started into public school and what a shock that was.

Contrary to what they claim, "we" meaning the US and not me, elected the first black man to president and are the first industrialized western country to do something like this. The second reason why, is for perhaps for the first time in America's history, we have elected a radical socialist to office. I have no problem with electing a black man to the office, certainly I admire quite a few, Michael Steele, JC Watts, Alan Keyes (often called a crazy uncle of the republican party) or even to an extent, Colin Powell. Hell, I would welcome Condi Rice as the first black woman as president, except that her own people displaying their racist tendencies, don't think she is "one of them". It's funny to see how now Colin Powell is "one of them" ever since he endorsed the Dalibam-uh. Before, he was an Uncle Tom.

I have never understood why black people vote democrat or as I now refer to them, the liberal socialists. After all, Martin Luther King was a republican, it was Eisenhower that really instituted segregating the military (even though Truman signed it into law), it was the republicans that fought to push through both de-segregation and the civil rights laws we have today, all the while Kennedy (who opposed the civil rights act while a senator) and the democrats fought tooth and nail to deny blacks equality in this country. Yet to hear someone like Marion Barry once state, "Lincoln was a republican? he couldn't have been a republican, he freed the slaves!" shows you how ignorant of history many, and not just blacks, are about history.

And it was President Lincoln that freed the slaves. The liberal socialist party (democrats) brought you Jim Crow, the KKK and violent opposition to allowing blacks the same rights as whites. And on top of that, the liberal socialists have distorted the history and really to be perfectly blunt, the so-called "black leaders" have done no justice for their people as they see the democratic party as a back channel way to reparations by basically giving their constituents welfare and free handouts in order to keep them placated. They say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result, I would dare say, blacks that keep voting democrat expecting them to help are suffering from some sort of insanity. In essence what the democrats keep doing, is placing the blacks into positions of hand-outs and keeping them "down on the plantation".

I really hate to say it, but I think most blacks that don't know history other than their own lives, feel as if they are "entitled" somehow to free handouts. They have bought into this myth that by voting democrat, somehow their lives are going to be better. And they have swallowed this fallacy that the democrats have done more to improve their lives than republicans. Improved it how? by giving them welfare? by taking away through welfare, the responsibility of their men to be fathers? by promising a mule and 40 acres? Already we have seen an example of this in Florida with someone people are calling "Peggy the Moocher". This is what she had to say at a Dalibam-uh rally in Florida:

Who is Peggy the Moocher? She's Peggy Joseph, a voter in Sarasota, Fla., who exulted earlier this week at a Barack Obama rally that this was "the most memorable time of my life." Why? As she told a Florida reporter on a YouTube video that has been viewed by hundreds of thousands: "Because I never thought this day would ever happen. I won't have to worry about putting gas in my car. I won't have to worry about paying my mortgage. You know. If I help (Obama), he's gonna help me."

Like another famous liberal, Oprah Winfrey, the Lord Messiah, the Dalibam-uh is going to buy her a car, fill up her tank, pay her mortgage and buy her a new HDTV! This is the mindset of these liberals. Gimme, Gimme, Gimme... cos you owe it to me! I am waiting for Oprah Winfrey to invite Peggy on her show and hail her as a national hero!

And yet all the liberal socialists have done is promise handouts to minorities only to disappoint them in the end. And if you want to talk about racism, I heard a co-worker say at work that he was voting for Comrade Obama simply because he was black. If that is not racism, I don't know what is.

But back to as I will call him, Comrade Obama. I can not bring myself to call him "President". Knowing what I know after studying him. For 8 years, I have endured the name calling and downright malicious attacks on President Bush and yet now, I am expected to call Comrade Obama "President"? To me that's a bit like calling Hitler the Prime Minister if I was french during WWII when Hitler had a stranglehold on France. With his election and the troika of Obama-Reid-Pelosi, we are going to have a politburo as opposed to congress, with Comrade Obama as First Secretary. He wants to be my president too? then cut taxes, leave the Bush tax cuts alone, let the troops finish the job they were sent to do and put an end to abortion, partial birth abortion especially. What? he won't do that? then why should I call him President. For 8 years I have heard Bush called names, caricatured as a monkey, a buffon, Alfred E Newman and worst of all, Adolf Hitler, and yet they expect me to swoon over the Dalibam-uh? I don't think so.

So now, nothing can be done, other than to grit your teeth and hope that the republicans finally get off their asses and start acting like the party they should be. There needs to be strong opposition to Comrade Obama's policies. Otherwise, we start down the slippery slope toward a real socialist state. I have heard friends of mine saying that I should not be so critical toward Comrade Obama, as he is the elected president and that by taking the stance I have, I am acting like the kooky leftist that now run the liberal socialists and reducing myself to their level. That may be true, but I voted for a President of a representative republic, not a socialist state, and I am not going to change my principals for anyone. Comrade Obama is a very dangerous man, especially with the Reid-Pelosi partnership that has the potential to wreck this country beyond what it was envisioned to be by the founders. It's going to be a long seige, a very long seige.

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