Race-baiting Obama ignored black unborn
July 22, 2013 11:39 PM | 1131 views | 6 6 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print
DEAR EDITOR:

I find it absolutely fascinating that President Obama commented on the Zimmerman trial. All politics aside, how did Obama even know to get involved? This is the president who claims he’s been “uninformed” about every scandal that happens under his so-called administration, and yet, as soon as there’s a media-crazed trial where race or gun control policies could be turned in liberals’ favor, he’s suddenly completely aware and in the middle of it. What’s he been doing in office, that he’s been too busy to notice while we’re sending weapons to Mexican gangs and carrying out full-scale Big Brother operations? Certainly not reading the various 3,000 page bills that have been pushed through at 2 in the morning.

Or maybe he has. That’d explain his time issues. Now, while he’s making these statements about Martin, appealing to African-Americans on the basis that the victim was one of their color, he’s also endorsing easier, fully legal abortions. Judging by the last few years, Obama’s Harvard J.D. was in political weaseling.

Tell me, Mr. Obama: what about the 50 percent of African-American children who lose their lives to abortion every year? Could none of them “been your son,” or “been you in 35 years?” You’re responsible for the deaths of countless children who were far more innocent than Martin, and yet, they continue to be slain because their own parents don’t want them.

If you can claim to be pro-life when it comes to the guilty, then it’s time to do some soul searching of your own, just like you told America to do about gun control. Martin committed assault of a potentially fatal magnitude. Fifty percent of black children never see daylight. And yet, when both die because of circumstances outside their control, your sympathy goes to Martin.

To use my favorite term from the 2008 campaign: This is a true Obamanation. Hypocrisy and political dealing at its worst. Before this president can claim to care about African-Americans’ well-being, he needs to defend those in the group who need him the most. Until then, this is a demeaning display of race-baiting for Obama’s own liberal ends, not empowerment of African-Americans as they’re being tricked into believing.

Tim Tanko Jr.

Kennesaw

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Kevin Foley
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July 23, 2013
McCain Praises Obama’s Race Speech: ‘We’ve Still Got A Long Way To Go’ On Race Relations

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) called on lawmakers across the country, including in his home state of Arizona, to review the Stand Your Ground law that allowed George Zimmerman to walk free in the days after he killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and conceded that the country still has “a long way to go” towards achieving full equality for African Americans.

Guido Sarducci
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July 24, 2013
Foley, McCain is the epitome of a RINO. No self respecting conservative listens to what he has to say. He is in Obama's camp jockeying for a position of overseer in the Great Plantation of the Former United States.
Kevin Foley
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July 25, 2013
Sarducci (whoever you are)I thought McCain ran AGAINST Obama in 2008 as the GOP's enthusiastically-supported candidate. Now he's an outcast for praising Obama's well reasoned speech?

Take a look at my blog if you want to know how your far right media blowhards are helping to heal the racial divide in America.
Too funny
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July 23, 2013
What kind of crazy are you spreading? Based on Census data, 4.8% is still a too high abortion rate, but it's a far cry from 50%.
Guido Saducci
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July 24, 2013
"You are both wrong, Neither 50% nor 4.8% is correct. My reseach, from several different sources puts the figure at between 30 to 35%, or roughly one third of all black women's pregnancies end in abortion. Further, I found that black women are 3 to 4 times more likely to have an abortion than other women, white, hispanic or asian.

So, yes! Our Liar in Chief is raving about one dead black child while ignoring the deaths of more than 1,000 unborn black children each day.

It is estimated that the Roe vs. Wade decision has been responsible for the deaths of 16 million black children.
Too funny
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July 27, 2013
So Census statistics are wrong? I notice you didn't tell us your source. Quit being a moron.
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