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Posted on 11/07/2012 4:57:00 PM PST by generally
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The Red Cross will find their take from Hurricane Sandy greatly reduced after the election. People won’t give their money if they know that these states voted for Obama, and he is about to tax them to death.
“White women? They are Democrats because they are getting back at their daddies.”
Their daddies should give any estate he may have left after Obama’s rule to SPCA or the Salvation Army instead of to off-spring who mocked his values and rebelled against his good advice.
“A republic - if you can keep it.” Ben Franklin
Truth is, we couldn’t keep it. We’ve been outbred and out manuevered by people envious of the fruits of our hard work and moral values, people who loath who we are, and have acted on that loathing, and who will now have essentially no constraints on such action from here on out.
I do not drop out to teach them a lesson, or to get even, or with some strangely delusional hope that somehow this will propell us to some elevated role in a future renaissance of America. I drop out because I will be dead soon, and I don’t wish to spend my remaining time supporting those who think I owe them my labor.
The country will fall apart or fall into darkness soon, no matter what we do. Charity is a matter of individual conscience, and it begins at home.
Naaah. Pulling to plug on charity focuses on those who don’t deserve it.
I try to do that now, but I think the unions that are the biggest voting block are the public sector unions.
By the way the CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos gave $1 Million in support of gay marriage and he is in Seattle, WA and I think it was on the ballot there.
I’ve donated countless hours to mentoring inner city kids (98% black). I’ve donated countless hours to teaching English to immigrants.
Yesterday I was accused of wanting to bring back slavery (because I was handing out Republican sample ballots).
If there is any slavery in the USA it is the slavery of people working hard and handing it over to the deadbeats who do nothing but hold their hands out. We have become their slaves. They’ve had reparations 100 times over.
I am fed up.
I am sick of giving and then being accused of racism and told that I am still not giving enough.
And one more thing. There are various groups at my church that knit, crochet, and quilt. They produce blankets, scarves, hats, mittens. The county government then distributes these items as if it were from the benevolent government, and the church is not allowed to even write Merry Christmas on anything. They also are told that they must not make any of the items red, white, and blue, because some are distributed to muslims and that would be offensive to them.
Am I asking for a pat on the back for my work? No. I don’t even mind being invisible. But being told it’s never enough and that I’m a pro-slavery racist to boot? We all have our limits and I have been pushed past mine.
I grew up in Oakland. I’m white. My uncle told me if I grow and become poor it’s my own fault. I grew up and decided not to be ppor. The black kids listened to Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton and our poor. Same neighborhood...different message received....different result.
With that said, we need to keep working this issue. Black folks will never have any real political leverage in this country until they have large numbers in both parties...and they are not just simply abused by their Democratic masters.
In all seriousness, black people are just used and thrown away by the Dems in this country. They hand them out 900$/month, give them a phone, and keep basically them like that their whole life. We just have to be able to get these folks listening to a better message...
Distribute it yourselves with little crosses all over it, only ever in red white and blue and put merry christmas on it etc...
Wave goodbye to the county