After watching the evil election of Obama on the 4th of November 2008, I lost hope in America. I thought I knew this country, the good people and its Christian values. The election of Obama convinced me that something was dreadfully wrong; it was a nightmare in America.
Shortly thereafter, I heard of a movement of patriots called The Tea Party. I instantly became a card carrying member.
During the largest Tea Party meeting ever held on 9/12/2009 in Washington DC we were discouraged from bringing signs asking the question about Obama’s Muslim religion, his socialist agenda and background; but the grand daddy of them all was no signs about The Birth Certificate. In effect, The Tea Party had just stepped on my first amendment rights.
Shortly thereafter, the entire Conservative media began to slam and marginalize anyone who raised these all important and completely valid issues. We were called “whack Jobs, Loons, or Crazies,” and of course racist, to question the first Black President.
Further, whispers began, if we (The Tea Party) pursued the birth certificate we would be called racist, so let us go after his policies good or bad. Thusly, The Tea Party began to oppose the health care bill without considering if there was a need for such in America. They opposed it the same way many opposed the social security bill in the 1930′s.
Now they are beating their chest because the Supreme Court will take up the issue of the constitutionality of the bill. For the record, I am against the bill, but what the Supreme Court should be hearing is the constitutionality of Mr. Obama. There is a mountain of evidence that he is wholly ineligible.
It was a cowardice act to legitimize the man, and delegitimize his policies; especially in light of the truth that health care is a major problem in America and in need of some kind of reform. However, Obama is fully unconstitutional and is being allowed to remain President simply because many are racist and are afraid to be identified as such.
When the vast number of Whites and the whole Black population began to support the candidate Obama, it was clear and pure racism. When many started referring to him as a messiah, it was outright blasphemy. But make no mistake about it, it was the most racist election in American history, and the upcoming 2012 election will be equally so.
I asked God for strength to withhold my disappointment against The Tea Party, but when Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin stood on the Lincoln Memorial steps on 28th of August 2011 talking of honor, I puked. While they were yet speaking of honor and patriotism, Lt. Col. Terry Lakin was under federal court martial for raising the same question they had raised just one year earlier. They handed out mickey mouse honor badges to a group of turn-coat sellouts and never once mentioned the name of Lt. Col. Terry Lakin.
We have a socialist, quasi-Muslim, usurper sitting on the throne of the greatest Christian nation ever, and The Tea Party has banned free speech on the matter.
Got Truth: Think Truth.
Jesus said, “I am the way the truth and the life.” (John 14:6)
America can never be free as long as truth languishes in the prison of political correctness and racism.
By Dr. James David Manning