This is America. Take a good, long look:
Obama-appointed United States Attorney General Eric Holder (r) and President of the United States, Barry Soetoro (a.k.a., “Barack Hussein Obama”). The picture can’t be clearer.
And take another look:
Obama appoints Muslims to Homeland Security. Napolitano believes American patriots are terrorists. Eric Holder will not prosecute blacks, but sues states for not letting in illegals–and supplies guns to help them get in. Hillary Clinton completely lied about the Benghazi murders, as well as Whitewater and everything in between.
This is America, as never before. Angry, American-hating Negroes, amnesty-supporting “Hispanics,” and women of declared or uncertain sexual orientation. This is the leadership of America. These are the people who are making things happen. Not white Republicans in office. (They lost out long ago.)
Today Laura Ingraham expressed no doubt the national conservative regret over Cuban Hispanic Marco Rubio’s deceptive bid for amnesty–citizenship for all Mexican, Central American, and South American illegals in this country. BadEagle.com pointed out three years ago that it was impossible and unseemly that minorities should lead. In Why Minorities Can’t Lead America, January 28, 2010, it is pointed out clearly that the “minority” will always have his own interests at heart. Aristotle pointed it out 2,360 years ago in The Politics.¹
…a state cannot be made out of any and every collection of people, so neither can it be made at any time at will. Hence civil strife is exceedingly common when the population includes an extraneous element, whether these have joined in the founding or have been taken on later.
Please have a look at Why Minorities Can’t Lead America. The causes of concern are considered in an unimpassioned, rational way.
We have lying Negroes, lying Lesbians, and Right-turned-Left Hispanics. The problem is lying. Lying, deceiving, and the brutal tyranny it requires. Lying is vice that is forever associated with violence. Our country is headed for absolute tyranny, and all the brutality that entails. Has it nothing to do with leadership?
¹Aristotle, The Politics, trans. T. A. Sinclair (1964), Bk V, ch.3.