Equality is finally coming to America.
The year 2008 was a tragic and sad year for our country, for we saw that racism still runs strong in the minority communities.
Senator John McCain, an experienced political maverick who would have lead our nation with the wisdom of Ronald Reagan and battlefield mastery of Ulysses Grant, has white skin.
Due to this fact, millions of black people refused to vote for the superior leader due to racism. They wanted to vote for the black guy; a man who does not have a birth certificate, an American name or is not even experienced; Barack Obama.
I’m sure on election day 2008 Martin Luther King Jr. openly wept in sorrow up in heaven, as he wants people to be judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.
But the blacks were too uppity and looked down on McCain for being a humble, elderly white gentleman with a ton of character but ‘inferior skin’. He was just not good enough, like the elite Harvard educated high dollar power couple that’s the Obama, with their rich chocolate permatans and beautiful smiles.
But finally, finally, due to Obama showing mean words to Massachusetts cops who had to arrest an uppity black Harvard professor, some members of the black community are coming to their senses. Leadership is not about race; it’s about experience. Dedication. Love for all.
Senator John McCain or Sarah Palin would not have condemned all cops as being racial profiling racist, as did B. Hussein Obama. They would have embraced our American boys in blue; the protectors of law and those who protect and serve the community.
This fine cop voted for Obama in the election, but will not be voting for him again.
“‘I supported him. I voted for him. I will not again’…” As 2012 comes upon us, and America economy is torn to shambles by Obama’s reckless spending on health care and bailouts, instead of putting our money on important things like conquering Godless terrorists in North Korea and Iran while cutting our taxes back at home, we will need a unified America.
Not an America who votes for the black guy just due to reverse racism, but instead embraces the candidate who believes in America. A candidate who believes every American, no matter how young or in the womb they may be, has a God ordained right to live.
A candidate who does not see color; but only a diverse sea of American faces looking at him wherever he goes. An American who is in love with God.
This is not Obama, my friends. But rest assured, just like we had with Senator John McCain, the next GOP candidate for president will be worthy of leading or great nation.
Let us judge them by the content of their character, and make our ancestors who fought and believed in Civil Rights for all very proud. Amen.