Hate and Fear is the Democratic Party’s Legacy

Kevin Fobbs, in his article Obama Embraces Keeping Blacks on the Democratic Plantation, wrote in 2012 that Hate, fear and smear is the Democratic party’s legacy.  And he was right!  Obama was quite familiar with these tactics which he used frequently.  During his re-election campaign, he flew into crucial swing states like Ohio, Florida, and Virginia with his practiced drawl to enchant the black community with notions of sugar plum government programs that wouldl make their life better if they give him another chance.  But as Fobbs reminded us, it was only through the continued black misery index that Obama and the far-left wing of the Democratic party could continue their titanium plantation grip on over 90% of America’s black electorate.

The every expanding goal of the  Democratic plantation policies is to find a convenient and perpetual target that can be feared, hated, smeared and consequently demonized.  Republicans are that targeted group, along with Christians, Whites,  patriot groups, etc. which the left political leaders have made their primary election year goal.  Done in compliance with the NAACP, the Black Panthers, and BLM, this nefarious and typically emotionally charged negative rhetoric also rings from some black churches and community centers every election season.

The left banks on black Americans not looking under the sheets to discover that they have been hood winked for far too long by Democratic rhetoric.  Black Americans have to take a serious look at themselves and come to the realization that this nonsensical embrace of plantation charlatan practices by  left-wing Democrats is a death sentence for their children’s future.

Did Republican President Lincoln hate blacks when he issued the Emancipation Proclamation to free black slaves?  Did Republican President David Eisenhower hate blacks when he sent federal troops into Little Rock, Arkansas to protect the lives of young black school children or support civil rights bills?  Did Republican President Richard Nixon hate blacks when he supported and promoted funding for historically African American colleges, minority-owned businesses, or support for ill-advised affirmative action programs?   So where is this disconnect in the black community coming from?  Why the hate, fear and smear campaigns against Republican candidates?

Democrats believe that black people should be handled as if they are less capable of getting voter identification than whites.  Democrats believe that blacks would rather listen to emotional fictional trip.  It is time for blacks to reject the withering racial divisiveness of the left and seek solace in Rev Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision to  not judge by the color of ones skin but by the content of ones character.  They must head toward and not away from King’s devotion to a new national colorblind heritage.

Before blacks walk into that voting booth or fill out that absentee ballot, they have to ask themselves one crucial question:  Are you willing to trade continued enslavement of Democratic plantation policies for a chance to own your own destiny as an American in a colorblind nation?

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. stressed that “Man is man because he is free to operate within a framework of his destiny.  He is free to deliberate, to make decisions, and to choose between alternatives.”

The decision is yours as to which dream and future you are willing to risk!

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