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    Social Justice: Obama and The Left's Not So Hidden Agenda

    I consulted my thesaurus because I thought I have been over-working the word "despicable" in my articles. However, my research confirmed the word best describes what passes for the modern civil rights movement and Obama administration.

    I watched a video in which Al Sharpton concluded that MLK fought for social justice. He mischaracterized Dr King's dream, saying it was to make everything equal in everybody's house. Sharpton said MLK did not fight simply to put one black family in the White House.

    MLK was a Republican. And yet Al Sharpton addressed a congregation of ill-informed blacks, lying to them about MLK's mission. Sharpton thrives on keeping racial tension, suspicion, and hate alive.

    To maintain relevance and his cherished seat of power at the Democratic Party round table, Sharpton must continue to deliver a mind-numb, monolithic black vote -- proving himself to be an asset to the furtherance of their social justice agenda. Thus Sharpton's hatred of successful conservative blacks such as I. We threaten his gig.

    Ironically, Sharpton is guilty of betraying his race, the very crime of which he accuses black conservatives. Imagine the cruelty of not only allowing a person to believe, but reinforcing the lie that the individual is a pauper, all the while seeing a thousand-dollar bill in the hopeless person's back pocket unknown to him or her.

    This is what Sharpton does to black America when he preaches that they are not equal, while in realty, they are extraordinarily blessed to live in the greatest land of opportunity on the planet for all who choose to go for it. Despicable!

    Then, there is former Obama administration Green Jobs Adviser Van Jones. Jones is another strong advocate for social justice. Incredibly, this man truly believes fairness is government making everyone's life equal. Jones was forced to resign when Glenn Beck and others raised heck. However, Obama would not have appointed the anti-traditional America radical socialist in the first place unless he agreed with Jones. My fellow Americans, we're in deep trouble.

    Patriots, the concept of social justice (government making everyone's life equal) is insane, absurd, and evil. It completely nullifies the human spirit, ambition, freedom to be all one can be, and American exceptionalism -- all the things which have made America great.

    In typical mindless "make himself feel good" fashion, a lib once told me, "Everyone deserves to live in a mansion." While sounding compassionate, his statement is idiotic.

    When I was 9 years old, my family moved into a brand-new government-funded housing project -- an eleven-story building. As per my recollection, most residents trashed the building. Only a handful displayed gratitude, pride of ownership, and respect for their homes. Poverty-minded "gimme" parasites would turn a mansion into a ghetto.

    As I said, the concept of social justice, government attempting to manufacture equal overcomes, is totally un-American and just plain nuts. And yet, this is obviously Obama's agenda.

    Please take a moment to comprehend the extreme consequence of Obama's promise to "fundamentally transform America." Think of the unmitigated gall and arrogance in his statement.

    Who the heck is Obama to change the vision of our Founding Fathers and shred our Constitution which has made us the most powerful, successful, and altruistic nation on the planet in only 235 years? How dare Obama conclude that America needs a fundamental transformation? Patriots, where is the outrage?

    No one has asked, "Mr. President, you vowed to fundamentally transform America. But, into what?"

    Yes, the key role of government is to make things equal. Nevermind unsustainable national debt. Problems should be solved BEFORE they have consequences, but politics get in the way. Remember this?

    or this?

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    STAR PARKER: Obama makes foul call for economic 'fairness'

    SAN ANGELO, Texas — You have got to give credit where credit is due.

    President Barack Obama has laid out the core message of his re-election campaign. It is a message whose claims are blatantly false and whose point is irrelevant to what is of greatest concern to Americans today.

    Despite this, there is no evidence so far that his strategy and messaging is not working and won't be successful.

    In his speech last Tuesday at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, the president defined what he called "the defining issue of our time."

    This defining issue, per the president, appears to be that America is not fair.

    We suffer today, Obama says, from "a shrinking number of people who are doing really, really well, but a growing number who are struggling to get by."

    Apparently the reason this is happening is because ours is not a nation in which "everybody gets a fair shot and everybody does a fair share, and everybody plays by the same set of rules."

    Now excuse me for pointing out the irony of hearing from our nation's first black president a suggestion that America may no longer be a nation where dreams can be realized or where someone can come out of nowhere and make it.

    But Obama probably would explain his unlikely success in this unfair nation as the result of his being an exceptional and extraordinary individual.

    Which is why, I would assume in his thinking, we ordinary folk should turn our lives over to him to determine who should have what.

    Ironically, I would say that if America is unfair today, it is because politicians and government have the power to do exactly what it is that Obama wants to do: seize control of the wealth of some and redistribute it to whomever they choose.

    The Bible that I read every day calls this theft.

    The president seeks to gain political support for this redistribution of wealth by tapping into the widespread dissatisfaction with our most disappointing economy.

    But is our economy underperforming because some have more than others, because some succeed more than others?

    At a time when Americans are looking for answers to restart our sputtering economy, our president chooses to use his time complaining about the wealthiest not paying sufficient taxes.

    But according to the National Taxpayers Union, in 2009 the top 5 percent of income earners paid almost 59 percent of the funds raised by the federal personal income tax and the bottom 50 percent paid about 2.25 percent.

    Yet, in the president's remarks in Florida, he defined fairness as everybody playing by "the same set of rules."

    Not only are the tax rules not fair by the president's own definition, in the name of alleged fairness he wants to make them even more unfair.

    Of course, the president's real problem is that his policies have failed so he has to change the subject. He told us that the almost $900 billion in stimulus spending passed in 2009 would revive our economy and reduce unemployment to 6 percent.

    Three years later, unemployment stands at 8.2 percent.

    There is no evidence that our president has a clue about why we are not on the path to recovery.

    Read it all here:

    Be sure to click those links in the post above.

    One is of Barney Frank telling everyone there is no problem with Fanny Mae and Freddy Mac - (jeeze, what a bad prediction LMFAO). In the other, Pelosi joins in. So wrong yet they THRIVE in government LOL.

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