Jimmy Carter has come out with claims that “an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity is based on the fact that he is a black man, that he’s African American”.
With all due respect, Mr. Carter, I have no problems with anyone’s skin color, and for you to claim as such, is divisive, bigoted, and might I add, foolish.
My opposition to the president grows daily because of his obvious disdain for the US Constitution, for state’s rights, and for the individual freedom that so many young men died for. The fact that he’s a black man is just that. His skin color is dark, he was raised by an old white woman, in a predominantly white culture for much of his life, and with privileges that most Americans never had.
When a president is so arrogant to claim that health care is a right, without understanding the meaning of our Constitution, he ceases to be an annoyance and becomes a threat to the general welfare of America. General Welfare of America has nothing to do with health.
His desire to control industry with an iron fist is quite obvious. His lust for power and willingness to do whatever it takes to achieve that power is merely a personality characteristic he developed while associating himself with Weather Underground psycos, and insanely racists un-Biblical pastors.
I don’t like the fact that we don’t know who he is. Please, show me the articles he authored while with the Harvard Review. I’m very curious about his GPA while he attended college. There seems to be some even questioning his birth land. Simply show the stupid certificate and silence the naysayers! It’s quite simple. If I lose my birth certificate, I merely go to my hometown’s townhall, pay the $5.00 for a copy, and they produce a copy in a matter of minutes.
It should be noted that the man worked with ACORN, who now are showing to be protectors of pimps, prostitutes, and pedophiles. Add the ongoing voter fraud issues reported all over this nation, and you have a huge conundrum. Maybe it isn’t fair, but as the saying goes, you’re guilty by association.