And DC Representation (video), Congressional Black Congress, Rep. Jesse Jackson On Slavery, State Rights
July 26, 2011 at 12:50 pm
Not when the Negro is ALLOWED to fight but when the Negro DECIDES TO FIGHT!!! On the other end of allow is disallow. YOU make the decision to FIGHT, NO ONE gives that to you, for if they can give it, they can take it away. So, what is really being said? Are we really free or simply on a long leash? Think about it.
July 28, 2011 at 10:51 am
Great comment hopefully people will see this lunacy for what it is. It is such a shame that a promising and talented young man like Jesse Jr. has been thoroughly co-opted into the well meaning but destructive mindset that promoted the failed statist policies of the New Deal and the Great Society to name the two most far reaching not to mention the “Affordable Health Care Act”. These programs unquestionably have had or will have a devastating effect on families, family values but most notably on the Black Family.
Like Reagan most eloquently said: “Government is not the solution to the problem government is the problem.”
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