Monday, July 24, 2006

The Black Bill Clinton

Horrors. Another Democrat so masterful at distorting the truth, he reminds you of Bill Clinton. No wonder the Dems love him. From Kevin McCullough over at

Senator Barack Obama misled African-Americans gathered for this week’s NAACP convention. He told a fib. He purposefully knew the truth yet decided for the gain of the political moment decided to lead astray the minds of those in attendance. What's scary is - he's so masterful at it.

The junior Senator from Illinois has achieved relative "rock star" status since his charismatic presentation at the Democratic convention in 2004. I have been predicting for three years now that Obama will most likely be part of the presidential ticket in 2008. He's got everything that democrats look for in a candidate, looks, charm, and the uncanny ability to distort truth like few have seen since William Jefferson Clinton. In fact Obama may be better at it than Clinton.

But as to his recent deception with the NAACP, he spoke with the typical charismatic demeanor he's become known for when he let loose, "Don't be bamboozled. Don't buy into it... It's great if he (President Bush) commits to signing it (the extension of the Voting Rights Act), but what is critical is the follow-through. You don't just talk the talk, but you also walk the walk."

His lie by implication is that there is at least an outside chance that President Bush would not sign the legislation (passed without amendments) the very minute it hits his desk.

Pretty sad that Obama is willing to mislead and manipulate the very people he is pretending to protect. This is so typical of the Democrats.

We all know the following, but it needs to be stated over and over and over.

In the chapter entitled, "All Men Are Created Equal - Except to Liberals," I spend several pages pointing out how it was the party of Barack Obama who took the rights of African Americans away from them. It was Barack Obama's party who according to the Congressional Record began the Ku Klux Klan, lynching of blacks, and intimidation to keep them from voting. It was the party of Barack Obama who in fact sought to remove the black man's right to vote following nearly a generation of freedom following the conclusion of the civil war.

By contrast it was the Republican Party that fought for the freedoms of blacks in Congress following the conclusion of the Civil War. State chapters of the Republican Party were started by blacks in most southern states. The first black congressional members, some of whom had been former slaves only months previous, were all Republican. Under Republican initiatives between 1875-1893 blacks had full and equal rights in every way following the civil rights movement of the 1960s.

It's amazing to me that such a large majority of black people still vote Democrat. It's because their leaders continue to distort the truth and they believe it. Why people like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson aren't laughed off the stage when they speak is beyond me.