Monday, May 4, 2015

Poster Child for Obama's Legacy of Racism


Here you go, Obama's Legacy in a nutshell: He inspires Blacks to want to commit murder of Whites!

The good news is that the woman above was arrested for threatening White Police Officers on Facebook

Her post: 

Well, according to reports on April 29th, because of this Facebook post this woman was indeed arrested in southwest Atlanta.

East Point, Georgia, police said Ebony Monique Dickens, whose name is Tiffany Milan on Facebook, posted her message on the social media site. And yes, Dickens was taken into custody around 9:30 p.m. after Atlanta police told East Point police about the post. 

She is being held at the East Point jail, charged with dissemination of information related to terrorist threats. Yes, advocating the killing of white cops is considered "domestic terrorist" threats.

East Point is located in the southwest section of Atlanta.

To me, like it or not, her hatred for cops, especially "white cops" is being fueled by President Barack Obama. I believe she is being inspired by America's First Black who makes inflammatory statements regarding the treatment of blacks in police custody.

And sadly, there are others who believe everything coming out of the mouths of people like Barack Obama, Al Sharpton, Jessie Jackson, Oprah Winfrey, and MSNBC's staff of haters and race baiters, who stir the pot of racial tensions.

Think I'm simply over-reacting because I don't like Obama's politics and policies? Think I'm just blaming Obama like the Liberal Left blamed Bush for everything wrong in America?

Think back on Obama's rhetoric over his time in office and you will be surprised at just how much he pushed racism -- no different than a drug dealer pushes drugs.

President Obama's Response To Baltimore Riots Just More Gas On The Fire! 

So how about Obama's response to the Baltimore rioting? His remarks on the riots in Baltimore started off well and then went swiftly downhill.

He first noted that Baltimore residents have legitimate concerns about police conduct, but also said that "there's no excuse for the kind of violence that we saw yesterday." 

Believe it or not, he said, "It's people -- a handful of people taking advantage of a situation for their own purposes, and they need to be treated as criminals."

Then I was as surprised as anyone else watching, he actually made the case that the police alone can't solve the problems, saying, "Communities where there are no fathers who can provide guidance to young men; communities where there's no investment, and manufacturing has been stripped away; and drugs have flooded the community."

While I understand the reason for the lack of investment and manufacturing, in that these are not business friendly over-taxed, over-regulated, cities, I actually agreed with him on his points regarding "no fathers" and drugs flooding their streets.

Then the divisive Obama who most of us have become accustomed to hearing from showed up to say, society should get "serious about solving this problem." 

Society, he said, should do what it can to "change those communities" by boosting early education, reforming the criminal-justice system and expanding job training. Of course what he means is that Congress should pour more taxpayer money into programs where the only people who benefit are those running the programs.

Then he came to his remarkable conclusion, sounding almost smug, he said:

"But if we really want to solve the problem, if our society really wanted to solve the problem, we could. It's just it would require everybody saying this is important, this is significant -- and that we don't just pay attention to these communities when a CVS burns, and we don't just pay attention when a young man gets shot or has his spine snapped. We're paying attention all the time because we consider those kids our kids, and we think they're important. And they shouldn't be living in poverty and violence.

That's how I feel. I think there are a lot of good-meaning people around the country that feel that way. But that kind of political mobilization I think we haven't seen in quite some time. 

And what I've tried to do is to promote those ideas that would make a difference. But I think we all understand that the politics of that are tough because it's easy to ignore those problems or to treat them just as a law and order issue, as opposed to a broader social issue.

That was a really long answer, but I felt pretty strongly about it.

So we know how to solve the problems of urban America, but we -- 'we,' that is, in the sense of 'you people who don't agree with my agenda' -- just don't care enough about children in need to do so."

The problem with these remarks isn't that they're partisan. It's that they're both absurd and inflammatory. And yes, President Obama knows very well the power of using language as an incendiary device.

Do we know how to make fathers present in their kids' lives, or how to make up for their absence? No. 

Does Obama? No! Has Federal programs and assistance helped? No! In fact, because of Liberals single-parent homes are at their highest ever among black Americans. 

Do we know how to stop people from getting involved in drugs? No. 

And as for those of you who see the War on Drugs as being a failure, I too have my reservations these days simply because I don't see "us" stopping anyone from using drugs who does not want to stop using on their own. They like it, but that's for another article later.

Does Obama know how to stop people from getting involved in drugs, since he himself by his own admission has done a great deal of drugs in his past? No!


Does President Obama know the secret to stopping this sort of gleeful behavior? If so, please share it with the rest of the nation.

If Obama knows of an "obvious" way to bring peace and prosperity to troubled cities -- and as truly felt pretty strongly about it -- then why hasn't he done anything to do so in the entire time he has been in the Oval Office? 

Frankly, I find him to be insulting! Where does he get off saying that we are the problem? Or that we don't care enough about children in need to do so?

He should look in the mirror, because he has never even mentioned it in a State of the Union address or made any sort of an initiative in any way during all of his time in office. 

In fact, if Obama had given the inner city problems half as much time as he has given the NBA Finals over his years in office, then maybe something could have been accomplished! 

And if Obama wants to talk about caring? Let's remember that President Obama has sought more assistance for Islamic nations, yes foreign nations, than he has for any of America's inner cities. 

When he says people are not doing anything and blaming the police for using powers that are not theirs, maybe he should look to himself first?

Maybe he should look in the mirror and see who is setting the bad example of not caring what the rules are? Maybe he should ask himself if his disregarding the Constitution and break the law is rubbing off on others who are also held to abide by the law? 

So yes, besides there being dimwits like the black woman who are such ardent racist that they blame whites for all of the problems of the world, thank God there are those who won't wait for Obama to take the lead.

Thank God for good people who don't follow Obama's bad example and instead step up to do the real work of making our society a good place to live.

My knowing this is one reason that I loved reading about what took place in Baltimore on the morning of April 29th.

Baltimore’s Black Citizens Step In To Protect Police, Clean Up Their City

Yes, this little known story about what took place in Baltimore should be known around America. But sadly, stories of people stepping forward to do right does not make the front pages.

Among the burning buildings, the looting, the riot, the thieves get away with everything they could, people got together to say enough is enough.

While President Obama or Baltimore's Mayor or the Al Sharpton could not dig deep inside themselves to at least recognize these citizens who stepped forward to do something constructive for their community.

Later the President would applaud the rioters in some sort of twisted sense of right and wrong. But no, he would not acknowledge those who on of April 29th stepped forward to take their community back from the animals who Obama has so much affection for.

That morning, Laquicha Harper and other Baltimore residents said, "I'm going to get out here, and I'm going to lead by example."

While all the images of the rioting, the destruction, the looting, the burning down of their own communities in Baltimore have dominated Fox News and CNN, all while the major networks have decided to ignore the destruction of a major U.S. city to instead run shows like the Voice and Dancing with the Stars, another more hopeful sight took place in the streets of Baltimore.

And yes, to the complete anger of MSNBC who seems to salivate at events of unrest and racial tensions in America, something wonderful happened for a few moments in Baltimore.

Whether the Liberal Left of MSNBC likes it or not, black Americans stepped up to take back their city.

The city’s top police chief admitted his officers were overwhelmed and outflanked when Baltimore experienced its worst riots since 1968, which followed the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

This week’s rioting has left 20 officers injured and one in critical condition.

And while a police officer in critical condition is being applauded by an Obama supporter who preaches death to white cops, the citizens of Baltimore, such as those pictured above, are determined that would not happen again.

On Tuesday, they took a stand by standing between the police and the protesters and saying, "This far and no further."


Yes, as seen in the picture above, that youngster wanted to do his part too.

"We're not going to have another repeat of what happened last night," Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan pledged after a visit to a West Baltimore neighborhood. "We're going to make sure we get Baltimore back on track."

The people of Baltimore have been coming together to take the first steps in that effort.

As reported, some community members showed up with brooms to clean up the mess left outside the burned down CVS on Pennsylvania Avenue, which came to symbolize the destruction wrought by rioters.


"I'm going to get out here, and I’m going to lead by example," said Laquicha Harper, 30, who showed up at 7am on Tuesday morning to help with the cleanup at the CVS store that was burned to the ground by looters.

"Now it’s about picking up and cleaning up for own community," she added.

Ms Harper is obviously not one who leads from behind. She and the others who are stepping forward are showing that it is not a case of there being no black concern to fix the problem. 

She and others in Baltimore are trying to make right what took place there. And yes, they are truly doing good.

And yes, whether color a person's skin is does not matter if that person is indeed trying to do good in the world. Because there are some in Baltimore doing just that, I tip my hat to them and give them all of my respect!

And yes, that's just the way I see it.

Tom Correa



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