Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The Democratic Party has crossed the line from political party to a hate organization. The institutional and systematic hatred directed toward white men and Christians, in general, is obvious.
The U.S. Justice Department has become a what seems like a criminal organization with the leadership of Attorney General Eric Holder and Thomas Perez, assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division, running a protection racket for the Black Panthers, campaign bundlers such as John Corzine, and Mexican drug gangs receiving free guns.
President Obama has surrounded himself with people who appear to have racist viewpoints, including Mel Watt, Van Jones, Malik Zulu Shabass, Derrick Bell and Jerimiah Wright. Their names have all appeared on the White House visitors sign in book.
I didn’t vote for Obama, but was hoping he would bring some healing to race relations. He has only created more division and hate with his small and bitter performance as president. His administration has become a de facto extension of the Nation of Islam.
But the worst cases of intolerance have been directed towards Christians and their religious freedoms. The Catholic Church has been attacked by Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. military has attacked soldiers for their Christian beliefs and I believe that any opposition to homosexual marriage will eventually be made a criminal act (if Obama has his way).
The homosexual lobbyists have an extreme hatred and intolerance of religion. A recent case where a homosexual extremist attacked a family values group in Washington, D.C., attempting to murder as many people as he could because their views were different then his.
He was motivated by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a group that encourages hate toward groups that it labels as hate groups. There isn’t enough room in this paper to list all the hate and intolerance of the Democratic Party, but would encourage people to read the Drudge Report and other uncensored Internet sites to find out what is really going on.
I know many liberals who aren’t haters, and would encourage them to re-evaluate their support for Democrats. I also urge people to continue to vote down bond measures and starve liberal hate groups of their money until they understand how wrong they are.
The Union-Bulletin is appreciated for allowing all points of view to be heard.