Skip to comments.Obama: People who love this country can change it
Posted on 08/08/2015 7:38:35 AM PDT by PROCON
President Obama's weekly remarks
Hi, everybody. The right to vote is one of the most fundamental rights of any democracy. Yet for too long, too many of our fellow citizens were denied that right, simply because of the color of their skin.
Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson signed a law to change that. The Voting Rights Act broke down legal barriers that stood between millions of African Americans and their constitutional right to cast ballot. It was, and still is, one of the greatest victories in our countrys struggle for civil rights.
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Those eevil republicans don't want you to vote, so register to vote and vote often.
Voting only once is racist.
Give us time Kenyan boy, we’ll be changing it back once we can get our power back from you commie and Nazi bastards.
Obama doing the anti-MLK thing again. Color of skin instead of content of character. Now who was it that LBJ declared he would induce to “vot(e) Democratic for the next two hundred years”, and why would he be just fine with making such a regime so ironclad?
What is he talking about? People who love America can change it? He hates America and has changed it.
One note Barry.
Well, Obama has certainly done his part in changing it.
America is now a borderless, faggoty cesspool of a country, thanks to his efforts. A disgrace to everything it once was and once stood for.
Just him promulgating Doublethink again. After all, in 1984, the Ministry of Love was all about . . .
Yes, blogging and voting have proven to be SOOOOO effective.
I pray you’re right but, sadly, me thinks we are outnumbered.
That was the very first thing I thought of too.
Battered wife syndrome, “I can change him”.
Can any of this insanity actually be true?
Change The USA - Step 1:
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