Sunday, September 1, 2013

List of Black Conservatives

and there's more than a few from Alveda King to Allen West.I have always spelled Ms King's name Alveda but i have seen it spelled Alvida. Not sure which is correct;apologies. Conservatives Not one of these people were invited to speak at the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream Speech,but Bill Clinton was. Our sorta first black President.Rolls eyes.

I want to make a special mention of a few people too that contribute greatly to the conservative movement

  • Wayne Dupree News Ninja
  • Carl Boyd Jr The Truth Warrior Carl Boyd Jr The Truth Zone(radio)
  • Talitha McEachin you can find Taitha on Facebook. Her credentials speak for themselves,check out her links too. Writer Extraordinaire
  • To wrap up the post on Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream Speech want to conclude with a few thoughts.Then it's time for rosary and Mass.

    Racism still exists in the United States. We would be foolish not to think so. There are people out there where you can feel their hatred just from a few words. I see them on the internet. They are few and far between but it only takes a few to create problems.Let's be clear;criticizing the President is not racist when you have legitimate problems with his agenda.

    I think we have to work on trust yet and that comes from understanding. I don't want to patronize anyone-black or white-or wonder what the other person is thinking just because they're a different race.

    (By the way if you want to know if racism still exists see who is willing to make racial jokes or slurs when there's nobody around.The only response is not to tolerate it.)

    It really was a huge disappointment not to see conservative leaders at the MLK Memorial. They offer solutions.They offer a vision. They are looking forward.They want to fulfill King's dream. Above all they are looking to unite NOT divide. The Progressive agenda sees no benefit in uniting.The further apart they can drive people the better off THEY are.

    The next entry is going to be about how ABORTION affects the black community. Yep, we have to talk about that.

    As Dr King pointed out about the white race when he said many(white people) " have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny. And they have come to realize that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom." For that reason alone i have to mention abortion.

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