Apparently, No We Don’t!

President Obama was elected in November of 2008 on the premise of “yes we can.” We have all seen the dismantling of our country with one take over after another, corporations being under government control, rising deficits, a government run a muck, drunk on power unfounded. He raises his chin up in arrogance, thinking that we the people support his ideologies of change, but, “apparently, we don’t.” We rebuke him and his efforts to change America with his socialistic agendas and we are now on a mission come this November to remind Obama that this country was founded upon the basis of WE THE PEOPLE, and it will be us that sends this administration a clear message,with flipping the house and the senate and once again regaining control of both houses. However, in doing so it is our responsibility to elect those who share in the true form of government as laid out by our forefathers at the very birth of this nation. We are ONE nation, UNDER GOD and we will fight to our demise to see that this Chicago style thuggery and the ignoring of the will of the people once and for all to be ended. This is NOT a threat of violence, unlike those on the left that we’ve seen resort to those tactics, we the true American Conservatives will do so quietly with one vote at a time….Mark my words, a new day is arising in America and we will once again be a nation devoted to the writings of our framers and we will take this country back…
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7 responses to “Apparently, No We Don’t!

  1. You got this one right! We will DEFINITELY use our votes to speak to them since they don’t seem to hear our voices.

    Get ready, Obama! We are ready to show you REAL CHANGE WE CAN BELIEVE IN!

  2. This Macon State Associate Professor’s statement was sent by a pro-Obama friend. Read into it the clear meaning of what’s to come. If we oppose Obama, we’re going to be smeared as racists. It’s BS! The white guilt here is pungent. Manis is white. Apparantly he conviniently overlooks that fact that Congress (Reid,Pelosi) are, too. I grew up in the deep south in the ’60’s, too. This guy lives in a much different world inside his head than the one we live in. It’s about socio-economic policy, domestic bankruptcy, American foreign policy, and the encroachment of fascism to me. I could give a rat’s pittut about Obama man being 1/2 white!

    Andrew M. Manis: When Are WE Going to Get Over It?

    For much of the last forty years, ever since America “fixed” its race problem in the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts, we white people have been impatient with African Americans who continued to blame race for their difficulties. Often we have heard whites ask, “When are African Americans finally going to get over it?
    Now I want to ask:
    “When are we White Americans going to get over our ridiculous obsession with skin color?
    Recent reports that “Election Spurs Hundreds’ of Race Threats, Crimes” should frighten and infuriate every one of us. Having grown up in “Bombingham,” Alabama in the 1960s, I remember overhearing an avalanche of comments about what many white classmates and their parents wanted to do to John and Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King.
    Eventually, as you may recall, in all three cases, someone decided to do more than “talk the talk.”
    Since our recent presidential election, to our eternal shame we are once again hearing the same reprehensible talk I remember from my boyhood.
    We white people have controlled political life in the disunited colonies and United States for some 400 years on this continent.
    Conservative whites have been in power 28 of the last 40 years. Even during the eight Clinton years, conservatives in Congress blocked most of his agenda and pulled him to the right. Yet never in that period did I read any headlines suggesting that anyone was calling for the assassinations of presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, or either of the Bushes. Criticize them, yes.
    Call for their impeachment, perhaps. But there were no bounties on their heads. And even when someone did try to kill Ronald Reagan, the perpetrator was non-political mental case who wanted merely to impress Jody Foster.
    But elect a liberal who happens to be Black and we’re back in the sixties again. At this point in our history, we should be proud that we’ve proven what conservatives are always saying — that in America anything is possible, EVEN electing a black man as president.
    But instead we now hear that school children from Maine to California are talking about wanting to “assassinate Obama.”
    Fighting the urge to throw up, I can only ask, “How long?”
    How long before we white people realize we can’t make our nation, much less the whole world, look like us?
    How long until we white people can – once and for all – get over this hell-conceived preoccupation with skin color?
    How long until we white people get over the demonic conviction that white skin makes us superior?
    How long before we white people get over our bitter resentments about being demoted to the status of equality with non-whites?
    How long before we get over our expectations that we should be at the head of the line merely because of our white skin?
    How long until we white people end our silence and call out our peers when they share the latest racist jokes in the privacy of our white-only conversations?
    I believe in free speech, but how long until we white people start making racist loudmouths as socially uncomfortable as we do flag burners?
    How long until we white people will stop insisting that blacks exercise personal responsibility, build strong families, educate themselves enough to edit the Harvard Law Review, and work hard enough to become President of the United States, only to threaten to assassinate them when they do?
    How long before we start “living out the true meaning” of our creeds, both civil and religious, that all men and women are created equal and that “red and yellow, black and white” all are precious in God’s sight?
    Until this past November 4, I didn’t believe this country would ever elect an African American to the presidency. I still don’t believe I’ll live long enough to see us white people get over our racism problem.
    But here’s my three-point plan:
    First, everyday that Barack Obama lives in the White House that Black Slaves Built, I’m going to pray that God (and the Secret Service) will protect him and his family from us white people.
    Second, I’m going to report to the FBI any white person I overhear saying, in seriousness or in jest, anything of a threatening nature about President Obama.
    Third, I’m going to pray to live long enough to see America surprise the world once again, when white people can “in spirit and in truth” sing of our damnable color prejudice,
    “We HAVE overcome.”
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    It takes a Village to protect our President!!!

    • Very interesting David, I agree that color doesn’t matter, its the actions of the individual that is the pure content of the soul.

  3. Great post and great video, Erica. The words in this article is an accurate depiction of how I and many other Americans feel about the policies of this administration. To see someone with this much determination even after 18 months of continuous brow beating by the mainstream media serves as notice to all incumbants; they were asleep at the controls and now new stronger Conservative leadership is required. Thank you Erica! Reading opinions like this reminds me of the importantance of thi. Fight. God Bless!

    • Thank you Lannis, I really appreciate the feedback! Strong conversatives are definitely required to turn this nation around or we will be lost, and it could take generations to find our way back!

  4. kevrightwinger

    It’s really sad to know that the voter base in this country can be seduced by focus group slogans like “change” & “yes we can”

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