Sunday, November 02, 2008

A Message From Conservative Blacks

Two outstanding young men who won't be voting for Obama.






Wake up, America, before it's too late.

Hat tip to American and Proud and the National Black Republican Association

5 comments:

Jack said...

Yea sign these guys up. But you know there's been a lot of Lying about Black History from 1865-1927 and the Republican Party and what Republicans did for Black Americans in those years. Then FDR convinced most Blacks to vote Democrat and unfortunetly the rest is history, SO FAR!

Abel Johnson said...

Two are all you could find hey? I guess not too many people want to identify themselves as "Republican" or "Conservative" Seems these are the new dirty words of 2009.

Lew Waters said...

No abel, two is NOT all I could find, just all I posted.

Perhaps you should have listened to their words as they explain who really keeps Blacks down in America.

Just think, they keep voting for Democrats and still, they are mostly poor and stuck in ghetto's.

Only in Democrat circles are "Republican" and"Conservative" considered dirty words. Then again, "Democracy" in the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany wasn't too popular, either.

allee said...

I've seen the first fella's videos before, and he is amazing. Tells it like it is without the candy coating. I hope he continues to make his statements even after the election.

I've not seen the second gentleman before, but his commentary was wonderful. I learned about some very important issues I had not heard before, about the history of the parties and who was REALLY abusing black folks, for decades.

These men, thinking for themselves and speaking their minds, restored some of my lost faith in men and are the ones I believe will help us ALL make Dr. King's dream a reality.

Thank you so much for this post, Lew.

Lew Waters said...

Allee, being raised in the South and coming of age during the Civil Rights era, I was taught much erroneous stuff about Blacks. It was vile acts against Blacks, their Churches, homes and people that turned me towards listening to MLK.

Sadly, his dream seems dead, today. He never envisioned or called for what is happening today, preferring to have a time when we all sat down together, not reversing the rolls.

Little mention today that it was West Virginia's Robert Byrd, former GRand Kleagle of the Ku Klux Klan, that was filibustering the Civil Rights Bill in the 60's.

Today, he is embraced as "pro-civil rights" Senator.