Media blackout of black Chicago protesters marching against Obama

They can’t be fooled forever!  Many blacks are waking up and realizing the President of ‘Hope’ has abandoned them.  From Breitbart:  “Not all blacks tow the racial line and  vote for Obama just because he’s black. Meet the Broke Party, who could be members of the Tea Party. They, like most US citizens want the American Dream, not poverty. They don’t want to be used by liberals like Obama who want to keep them on the welfare plantation as vote slaves. The jerks at ABC? They just hide out.”

 

 

The current Divider in Chief has failed – it is time for new leadership!

VIDEOS: A 13 Year Old Grades Obama and Romney – Our Future Generation Nails It!

My faith and hope in our country has been renewed!  Meet Jenny Cantrell, a 13-year-old student who held Obama and Romney to the same grading system she and her fellow students are required to meet.  She graded them on the economy, business, Obamcare, energy, national debt, and national security.  Jenny’s youth and inexperience in politics kept her open-minded and analytical.

 

Her teachers and parents should be proud!  She is our hope!

 

 

Excellent job Jenny!  After her stint as ‘Teacher for the Day’ Jenny made a follow-up video regarding the auto bailout, unions, the debates, taxes, redistribution of wealth, and the candidates’ values.  She nailed those too!

 

 

H/T Swiss Defence League

Herman Cain Teaching America-Bashing College Hecklers a Lesson in American Exceptionalism

How I wish our Anti-American President had the cojones to defend America the way Herman Cain does!  He is a perfect example of American Exceptionalism – his determination and dedication exemplifies what can be accomplished by those who are willing to work!   I have no doubt Mitt Romney will bring pride and patriotism back to the USA, and I hope he finds a place in his cabinet for this proud, dedicated man.

 

I hope we see some of Herman Cain in Mitt Romney in tonight’s debate!!!

Rep Allen West: Abortion threatens the future of black Americans

On Capitol Hill last week, Rep. Allen West gathered a group of pro-life  activists together to get out the message that abortion threatens the  future of the black Americans. “Today, we’re talking about the future,”  West said. “It’s not just the $16 trillion in debt that we’re about to  put on our children and grandchildren. It’s the fact that we’re not even allowing our children and grandchildren to be born.”

 

 

LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) – Adding to the argument that abortion threatens one sector of American society over others, Catherine Davis, president of The Restoration Project pointed out to the great racial disparity of women currently getting abortions.Davis said that according to the Centers for Disease Control, statistics prove that while blacks represent about 13 percent of the U.S. population, 35 percent of abortions are performed on black women.

“There is one organization whose mission is one of population control that greatly influences this disproportionate rate – that’s Planned Parenthood,” Davis said. Davis, along with other panelists, called for Congress to stop funding the organization. “They are the largest abortion provider, performing more than 329,000 abortions a year.”

Rep. West is an ardent critic of taxpayer funding for the nation’s largest provider and promoter of abortion, Planned Parenthood. West, one of two African American Republicans currently serving in Congress, has called attention to the disproportionately high abortion rate in the African American community. “It is absolutely offensive to me that Planned Parenthood is located in so many of our black communities,” West previously stated at a town hall meeting.

Other speakers at the event included Ryan Bomberger, founder of the Radiance Foundation. Bomberger’s mother was raped but carried her pregnancy to later give Bomberger up for adoption.

Bomberger’s biography states that, “His life defies the myth of the ‘unwanted’ child as he was adopted, loved and has flourished.”

West says that while cutting the federal debt and deficit, limited government, and a strong defense are vital to a strong America, the social pillars are also important.

“We cannot forget our traditional cultural values: the strength of marriage, the strength of family, the protection of the unborn,” West said.

See video and read the rest here.

Thomas Sowell: ‘Barack Obama is worse than Jimmy Carter’

I think Thomas Sowell is one of the smartest men in the world!  Watch his interview with Neil Cavuto and read the following from  via the Daily Caller.

Some conservatives will readily admit that Republican presidential nominee  Mitt Romney has his share of flaws as a candidate. But he is still much more  preferable than the alternative, President Barack Obama, according to Hoover  Institution scholar-in-residence Thomas Sowell.

“I don’t think Mitt Romney is going to be sparking riots against the American  embassies around the world,” Sowell, the author of “Intellectuals and Society: Revised and Expanded  Edition,” said said in an appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto” on Thursday. “[I]t’s not a question of whether they love you or not. The  question is whether they respect you. You know, I’m sure the Iranians did not  love Ronald Reagan.  But the fact is they’ve made it their business to get  those hostages loose before Ronald Reagan took the oath of office — in fact,  hours before Ronald Reagan took the oath of office.”

Responding to Romney’s much-publicized 47-percent remarks about those living  off the government last week, Sowell said you want to make that point with your  policy proposals and not necessarily just rhetoric, as Reagan managed to in the  1980s.

“Undoubtedly, I think that’s one of the reasons they don’t come out and say  what they want to say,” Sowell said. “I don’t think there’s anything callous  about wanting able-bodied men to work. You know, what I think is truly callous  is having a system and a set of policies that, in fact, hurts the poor.  I  mean, most — you mentioned Reagan. Now, I came across an old real copy of The  New York Times, which had the front page headlines that the black-white income  difference had narrowed slightly during the 1980s. Now, that’s the Reagan  administration.  More recently, the black-white income difference has  widened greatly under Barack Obama. And yet, Reagan is never regarded as being  someone who’s for the poor or for what not. And Obama is.”

“So the real question is not what is — how does he talk, how does he come  across,” Sowell continued. “The question is what do his policies do to people?  And I think, for example, minimum wages — I was shocked to hear Romney say he’d  be for it. Minimum wages have done enormous damage to young blacks. If you back  to the mid-1940s, the unemployment rate among black teenagers was a fraction of  what it is has been — it was a fraction in 1949, which was a recession year, of  what it has been and even in the most prosperous years since then.”

“And the difference was that in 1949, the minimum wage law had not been  upgraded since 1938. So for all practical purposes, it had been destroyed by  inflation. Once you start reinstating the minimum wage with increases, then you  begin to get to 20, 30, 40 percent unemployment rate among black teenagers. But  in the late 40s, there were years when a black 16-year-olds had unemployment  rates under 10 percent.  Now, the question is not whether you’re  empathizing or not. The question is whether your policies are ruining  people.”

Cavuto later asked Sowell if he thought Obama is like Reagan’s 1980 opponent,  little-loved former President Jimmy Carter.

“I think Barack Obama is worse than Jimmy Carter,” Sowell said. “Carter had  many foolish policies internationally as well as domestically. But I think Obama  has outdone him in both respects.”

Read more at Daily Caller

NM Governor Susanna Martinez: “I’ll be damned, we’re Republicans”

New Mexico Governor Susanna Martinez:  “I was a Democrat for many years.  So were my parents.”  One day she and her husband were at lunch with some Republicans.  They never talked about being Republican or Democrat or even Conservative or Liberal.  They talked about many issues like welfare, taxes, and size of government.  When they left that lunch, she turned to her husband and said, “I’ll be damned, we’re Republicans”!

Governor Martinez is the first female Hispanic governor of the United States.  And she gets it!  I think if more people would really look at where they stand on the issues, they will find, like Governor Martinez, they are Republicans.  I think many liberals, especially African-Americans, think they have to vote Democrat because they have always voted Democrat.  What about Republican Martin Luther King Jr.?  What about John F. Kennedy who once proclaimed, “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country”?  Current Democrats are just the opposite – they think the government is the answer and provider to all.

I loved her speech – especially “President Obama has added 5 trillion dollars to the national debt, and he DID build that!”

 

 

I am so proud of our young new stars and really believe there is hope for our country!

MSNBC abandons GOP convention during every speech by a minority (And Chris Matthews calls RNC racist?)

By  via The Daily Caller

 

One of the left’s favorite attacks on the Republican Party is  that it is the party of old white people, devoid of diversity and probably  racist.

 

 

 

 

 

If you were watching MSNBC’s coverage of the Republican National Convention  in Tampa on Tuesday night, you might believe those assertions, since missing  from the coverage was nearly every ethnic minority that spoke during Tuesday’s  festivities.

 

 

 

In lieu of airing speeches from former Democratic Rep. Artur Davis, a black  American; Mia Love, a black candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives  from Utah; and Texas senatorial hopeful Ted Cruz, a Latino American, MSNBC opted  to show commentary anchored by Rachel Maddow from Rev. Al Sharpton, Ed Schultz,  Chris Matthews, Chris Hayes and Steve Schmidt.

 

 

Throughout this convention, Matthews has  accused the Republicans of playing dog-whistle racist politics while on  scene in Tampa. It isn’t clear, however, if Matthews will hurl accusations of  racism at Davis, Love or Cruz for speeches his network failed to broadcast.

Read more at The Daily Caller