By Zachary M. Casciato, June 31st, 2012
I'm tired of living in a country where people call you a "racist" for not being in support of our Black President's policies. Normally I would simply call him "The President," but my fellow citizens have made it clear that his color is more important than what he does in office. When I put out articles about how I disagree with Mitt Romney and his policies, nobody calls me racist and no one complains. But as soon as Obama comes up, I'm racist, ill-informed and a "conservative."
If wanting to not be forced into buying medical insurance, which is what the "individual mandate" is, makes me a racist, then I'm racist as hell. Just because the government has no budget to provide a good health plan, they find a way to fuck the taxpayers into footing the bill. That's all good though, c'mon, he is black after all.
Our Black President is also in favor of the UN's agenda 21, which is almost as unconstitutional as the National Defense Act Obama signed into law this year. But these days, being pro-constitution and civil liberties has also been identified as Republican and "racist." But Obama can sign unconstitutional bills into law, let the UN set the stage for Globalization and even stop Arizona from enforcing State Laws (even if those laws are questionable at times, they are allowed to have them), but c'mon, he's black, it's cool.
He became a celebrity by running on a platform of "hope and change," but looking back on it, he was only changing the face of the White House, but not the politics. I see no more hope or change in the USA than when G.W. Bush was President, excuse me, White President. I've seen plenty of things blamed on the Bush Administration (which I hated, for the record), but hardly any of those issues solved. Lots of blame shifting though, which is cool, because he is black after all.
He is so black, he has blacked out the "liberal media." His current acts as President seem to be the desperate ploys of a man who does not want to lose his power. Though taking away power from a black man is racist, even if he is President, the most important political office held in the US. People seem to think it should no longer matter if someone is not qualified for the job of President, but the decision should be made based on skin pigment. I've even been called a racist simply for supporting a white man for President in 2012. And before I'm labeled a "conservative bigoted antagonistic Republican," I'm not referring to Mitt Romney, but Ron Paul.
Dr. Paul tells the truth to this country, but nobody should listen to crazy congressman Paul, who is much more liberal than Obama (people have just forgotten the meaning of liberal as in supporting liberty). Obama has recently done all, but outright deny us of our civil liberties. He has gone against the Constitution, which is a direct threat to American livelihood and he has said that his administration may deem it necessary to hold certain citizens indefinitely and without their rights. But thats okay, as long as he is black he can call anyone a Terrorist and lock them up at his leisure.
I would have never thought that something as progressive as electing a Black President could cause this country to lose sight of it's original ideals and politics. In fact, I thought Obama would have the opposite effect, but I have been proven wrong and so why give him 4 more years? 4 more years when we already know how much damage one man can do with 8 years as President? Of course we give him 4 more years, he's black, so it would be racist not to. I hope this has helped at least some of you Democrats realize how ridiculous and ignorant you sound. It is this kind of ignorance that The 2 Party system breeds.
Don't let them take away your vote by giving you 2 bad choices, there are other politicians out there, namely Ron Paul, but also Gary Johnson of The Libertarian Party. In my eyes Obama vs. Romney, is the same choice as Bush vs. Kerry in 2004 and we know how that played out, so lets not make the same mistakes over again. And furthermore, dont forget that theres more than 2 political parties. And for goodness sakes, educate yourselves before you call people racist just because they have different politics than our "Black President."