Skip to comments.Black Conservatives Speak Out: Runaway Slave a Message for All Slaves to Big Goverment
Posted on 07/22/2012 8:24:05 PM PDT by maggiesnotebook
Reverend R. C. Bryant's new documentary Runaway Slave should be airing soon in a theater near you, and in it you will see and hear Blacks who understand the life affirmations of Frederick Douglass: 1) respect for life, 2) respect for the Constitution, 3) belief in limited government and 4) personal responsibility. The film also addresses Black-on-Black crime. Bryant is quoted saying "The epidemic is truly black on black crime - the greatest danger to the lives of young black men are young black men." See two trailers at my website.
Run away from the bondage of economic slavery, run toward the blessings of liberty that our Constitution guarantees. ~ C. L. BryantWith a Socialist in the White House, Congress chock-full with members of the Democrat Socialists of America (DSA) and decades of members of both parties in Congress ignoring the Constitutional demand for limited goverment, the message of Runaway slave serves all of Americans, regardless of ethnicity: "Runaway From Socialism, Runaway from Progressivism."
About Rev. C. L. Bryant:
A Baptist pastor at Greater Gospel Kingdom, Ft. Worth, Texas
Former NAACP President of Garland Texas Chapter
Referred to Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton as "race hustlers"
Tea Party Member
Website: Diverse Tea
We are black, brown, and white. We are Jew and gentile. We are from different communities, various backgrounds, and all races, colors, and creeds.Had a lot to say about media reporting of Trayvon Martin
We will Take America Back, not from Democrats or Republicans, but from an arrogant political class that puts its interests before those of all Americans.
This video of Bryant at a 2010 Tea Party rally will tell you a lot about who he is.
Bryant explained that his beef was with the lack of attention to other issues involving violence in the black community, particularly with black-on-black crime.Pat Austen at American Thinker has previewed the film, has the full story and names many of the Black Conservatives behind this effort.
May Bryant's message of Government slavery be blessed by God, and travel far and wide across this nation.
This is AWESOME....... How do we get Black people to go see it?
Blacks and other minorities are dependent on entitlements,
dependence created by the remnants of the democRAT party. There really is no democRAT party anymore, just a bunch of snot-nosed incompetents hell-bent on exploiting the poverty they create.
I am a Fredrick Douglas Republican!
I am a Fredrick Douglas Republican!
Our so called “representatives” have become little more than feudal lords, passing laws to keep the serfs in line.
Pass this around
The Story of Your Enslavement
“little more than feudal lords”
complete with cement barricades, mountainous building-castles, palace security guards, and even moats, e.g., the Potomac.
One must ascend on bended escalator knee and supplicant elevator with red rope barrier, ID check in, and audiences granted by boon.
Long way around the barn.....yup.
Does anyone predict mass rioting?
But I could be wrong.
Don't serve the Mexicans with real silverware though.
>> Blacks who understand the life affirmations of Frederick Douglass: 1) respect for life, 2) respect for the Constitution, 3) belief in limited government and 4) personal responsibility.
I can get behind any American who understands and affirms *these* four things!
I don’t care if their skin happens to be black, brown, white, purple, or green. Or green with purple polka-dots.
These are the God-blessed principles upon which AMERICA was founded, and those who so believe are nothing but AMERICANS.
I was actually referring specifically to the release of this film.
Oh Oops. LOL I wouldn’t draw that conclusion at all. Whew, riots averted.
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