A Modern Lynching
I should be writing about either the Casey Anthony debacle or the façade going on in Washington about how our tax dollars will be apportioned, but we should all know about the final results of the budget sham.
Warren Buffet compares the wrangling over increasing the debt limit to children playing in a sand box and the limit will be increased.
I must go back to the Blog I wrote “Racism is still alive” stating that subdued racism is raising to the surface.
I haven’t been overwhelmed with Obama’s performance; especially in foreign policy where he has power, but he hasn’t had a chance domestically, not because he is called a socialist or other names, but if we are honest will admit that it is because he is black.
Everyone will now chorus, I’m not a racist, but the majority of the public or members of congress can’t say this with any credence. I can’t recall any President treated with less respect. It has chafed most Southern congressmen and many in the public to watch a black family living in the White House.
What the public longs for is a white born again Christian male, similar to the last President who after ravishing our country was elected for a second term and given everything he asked for, including two wars and a faltering economy.
From Obama’s inauguration on the major objective of the opposition has been to make sure the President fails.
The Tea Party with their racist signs and fighting for the impossible or improbable had good intensions, but were dupes by the wealthy Koch brothers and other corporate giants. They hired Dick Armey to organize this group to promote Obama’s failure. Besides his salary as a lobbyist he was paid five hundred thousand dollars to organize and promote this group. We are presently feeling the results of their election.
This should be enough on this subject to anger many people, especially Michelle Bachmann’s caucus and followers of the Tea Party lady adorning the covers of Newsweek and many other publications.
In a later Blog I will compare the wall to wall media coverage of the Casey’s case and the one paragraph coverage on page six of the newspaper of the Afghan family of 8 killed by mistake while they were sitting down to a Sunday dinner. This was only one of many such atrocities omitted from the front page, but the responsible officer did apologize for the error.