Which brings me to Cliven Bundy’s remarks this week, that will not be allowed to be merely “in-elegant” or “misspeaking,” as is always the excuse for shameless high-profile Liberals. Congresswoman Maxine Waters comes to mind, telling an oil executive that “this Liberal” would “be about socializing — basically — taking over and government running all of your companies.” That unconstitutional threat didn’t draw a peep from the main street media — a serious threat that to the liberty and welfare of people of all colors. She said it on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.
I was in the Watts riot. I seen the beginning fire, I seen the last fire.
…if you take the time to do your own research, you’ll find that his statements about some black Americans actually hold weight. He posed a hypothetical question. He said, “I wonder IF” … Hell, I’m black and I often wonder about the same about the decline of the black family. Bottom line is that we are all slaves in this waning republic, no matter our skin color. Mr. Bundy could have used any racial demographic as an example: Native Americans on reservations, whites in trailer parks, etc. He noticed the crippling effects of receiving government “assistance” and the long term result of accepting handouts. Read more at The Black Sphere
So Harry Reid is the recipient of the timely Cliven Bundy distraction, moving the conversation away from a lawless Bureau of Land Managment (BLM) scandal, which sent snipers and men with body shields to take on Bundy and his supporters, and herd cattle off the property with helicopters hovering right behind the cow’s rear-ends, and by the time it was over, some laid dead on the sand, and some under the sand. PETA didn’t care. The BLM didn’t care that Bundy’s cattle provides protein-rich dung to shuttle the dusty little shelled creatures across and through the desert brush.