Black People : 1 million whites come out in support of Joe Wilson

Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Putney Swope, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. Putney Swope

    Putney Swope Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Jun 27, 2009
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    Interesting but predictable, that one million white folks would protest Obama's federal spending but not 100 would protest Bush, spending more then all presidents combined.

    Hitler gained power by virtue of a lie!
    The lie that they make is that Obama said illegal immigrants will get free health care
    The other lie that they worship is that Obama said there is a public option

    Do 80% of these folks out there realy know exactly what ut is they are protesting for or what exactly the issue is that they want resolved?
    Probably not.
    Did 80% of us know what concrete agenda was or was not there for the Black community when a millionof us went to Washington?
    Probably not, and that is said to alert the real urgency of Black national, meaningful asnd planned unity for our protection and prosperity.

    We can rattle with all that ole dialogue about, well if the president was white then...


    The need for us to be serious about large scale unity on an economic level is more evident then before

    Take a look at the mental climate of white folks in this nation during the time of Garvey

    There is no time to sit and wait or wait and see anything.

    there have been no promises made to the Black community from the Federal governmenmt , period, so therfore when the economy goes bust what will happen to the one third in our community on the suffering line now?

    This is not about compassion if one has none or does not feel the need to give it or care, this is about self interest and taking a look at what kind of future our children will be living in where State Rights mite just make a return at the rate things are heading, or the manipulations are planned, and those with a knowledge of self and a knowledge of Black history know what States Rights means

    A million march to US Capitol to protest against 'Obama the socialist'
    By David Gardner
    Last updated at 6:59 AM on 14th September 2009

    The size of the crowd - by far the biggest protest since the president took office in January - shocked the White House.

    Demonstrators massed outside Capitol Hill after marching down Pennsylvania Avenue waving placards and chanting 'Enough, enough'.

    Tens of thousands of people converged on Capitol Hill on Saturday to protest against government spending
    The focus of much of the anger was the president's so-called 'Obamacare' plan to overhaul the U.S. health system.
    Demonstrators waved U.S. flags and held signs reading 'Go Green Recycle Congress' and 'I'm Not Your ATM'.'

    The protest on Saturday came as Mr Obama took his campaign for health reforms on the road, making his argument to a rally of 15,000 supporters in Minneapolis.

    Saying he was determined to push through a bill making health insurance more affordable, Mr Obama said: 'I intend to be president for a while and once this bill passes, I own it.
    US President Barack Obama sports a mustache famously worn by German dictator Adolf Hitler
    Demonstrators hold up banners on Capitol Hill in Washington on Saturday
    'I will not waste time with those who think that it's just good politics to kill healthcare.'
    But in Washington, protester Richard Brigle, 57, a Vietnam veteran, said: 'It's going to cost too much money we don't have.' Another marcher shouted: 'You want socialism? Go to Russia!'
    Terri Hall, 45, of Florida, said she felt compelled to become political for the first time this year because she was upset by government spending.

    'Our government has lost sight of the powers they were granted,' she said. She added that the deficit spending was out of control, and said she thought it was putting the country at risk.
    Anna Hayes, 58, a nurse from Fairfax County, stood on the Mall in 1981 for Reagan's inauguration. 'The same people were celebrating freedom,' she said. 'The president was fighting for the people then. I remember those years very well and fondly.'
    Saying she was worried about 'Obamacare,'Hayes explained: 'This is the first rally I've been to that demonstrates against something, the first in my life. I just couldn't stay home anymore.'
    Andrew Moylan, of the National Taxpayers Union, received a roar of approval after he told protesters: 'Hell hath no fury like a taxpayer ignored.'

    Republican lawmakers also supported the rally.

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