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Posted on 07/13/2014 12:02:01 PM PDT by robowombat
A BAPTIST PREACHER FIRES BACK AT A REPUBLICAN (CIRCULAR) FIRING SQUAD
JULY 12, 2014 COACH COLLINS By Jerry Todd,
First Union Missionary Baptist Church, Meridian, MS is where we learned how Thad Cochrans corrupt Senatorial re-election campaign upped the black vote by 30,000 over the last election with blatant lies and walking around money to narrowly beat opponent Chris McDaniel in last months Republican primary. The folks there are a bit upset with church member Rev. Stevie Fielder, the guy who broke the news. The media erroneously reported he was an Associate Pastor. No one I know blames the congregation for yielding to endless propaganda and sleazy enticements. (1)
These very nice folks are upset with themselves for being sucked into an evil election pursuit. Politics as usual, some will say. Democrat politics for sure. Its just not becoming of Republicans to use the same tactics when they have truth on their side as Ben Franklin said to the lady Weve given you a Republic Madam, if you can keep it! Problem is, we have a nation that is going down the tubes due to politics as usual and the vaunted Change promised and being delivered by a corrupt progressive Administration and Senate Leadership.
The RINO Barbours of Mississippi and their Capitol Resources, LLC are spreading their tentacles and dirty money all over the South to attack and beat evil racist Tea Party and conservative candidates. Sorovians all! (2)
At least McDaniel is fighting back. (3) The Conservative Action Fund is raising money for the battle. (4) For every black who has wised up, thanks to Rev. Fielder, Id suggest he or she send any $15 walking around money to the Conservative Action Fund with a letter of long overdue support.
First Union and other black congregations around the country are about to find out they have far more in common with the Tea Party philosophy. The lies theyve been fed mostly by progressives posing as Democrats and of late, RINO progressives posing as Republicans cannot stand. The key word is progressive a return to the original label of the Eugenicist movement that sought to control black, brown, Jew and Catholic per Margaret Sangers Planned Parenthood. Margaret launched her career with a speech to a New Jersey chapter of the Ku Klux Klan in 1924. In the 1930s she advised Adolph Hitler on his Jewish problem.
During the 1960′s, First Union stood out as the church which unquestionably supported the civil rights movement. The congregation provided a place of refuge along with a place to meet and assemble. The membership felt a part of that progressive movement. Today First Union is a congregation which shows compassion and concern for its members and the community. The auxiliaries work to strengthen the spiritual and physical wellbeing of the members. From About Us on the First Union Facebook page. (1)
The church always has played a pivotal role in the black community, especially during the Civil Rights Movement, when it was seen as a place of hope, restoration and revitalization. Not only was it a place for worship, it was a place where civil rights leaders such as the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Ralph Abernathy and Medgar Evers spoke. However, there are some who believe that role has changed and that the church is becoming a place to be entertained rather than a place to worship.
How many blacks, overcome with fear their lifestyles will be destroyed by evil Tea Partiers, voted twice or as ineligible under Mississippi law, or just voted by being sucked in by the typical Democrat and RINO propaganda campaigns? We wont know until poll results are thoroughly examined and challenged.
As a California Republican, far away from Mississippi but victimized by parallel tactics against Candidate Tim Donnelly, there are very long odds of Governor Jerry Brown actually returning to his well-educated Catholic roots. Does anyone really believe Brown will become a Classic Liberal and throw every progressive on his payroll out in the street to join the workers, students, teachers, businesses and dreamers of all races and ethnicities whose lives theyve screwed up for years.
Could anti 2nd Amendment California Republican candidate Neel Kashkari match that? Surely a RINO wet dream! Tea Party dead, racist or both? My sweet patootie!
Sources: (1) https://www.facebook.com/pages/First-Union-Missionary-Baptist-Church/156927441052056
See also: www.webcommentary.com www.articlevprojecttorestoreliberty.com
I read this and it is too metaphorical or double meanings or something...what the heck is the conclusion?
It used to be called "the silent majority." A more fitting description today is "the ignored majority," or "the invisible majority."
Americans on balance are much more on-board philosophically with the taxed-enough-already goal of cutting back and limiting government so freedom and prosperity is restored. However, many of them don't know it -- yet.
Judging by the reader comments on mainstream outlets in liberal cities like Los Angeles and on the East Coast, Americans who are aware enough to read and care are about two to one, seething, angry, livid, at liberalism, Obama, and the bias in the mainstream media. The immigration thing is amazingly more potent; on one L.A. MSM outlet, the supposed middle of leftyland, anger at Obama is about 99 to one. Americans are really angry, angrier than FReepers, judging by the comments. Understand that these are places the MSM doesn't go. The MSM ignores this side of America.
The truth will out -- not always the way we'd like it to, but rubber eventually hits the road. What we have here is a tyrannical minority attempting seizure of a majority. It has to use FORCE against something that is bigger than it is.
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