The Way I See It – Black leaders, Democrats wage political and class wars

The Way I See It - Lou logoBy Lou Davis

Yes, you read right. Now we’ve reached a new low in politics, and we the people are suffering the consequences. If former Democrat President John F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. could witness the undoing of their strides forward for black Americans they would be truly shocked.

That’s right, for the most part, these class and race wars are infecting both black and white politicians, mostly at the federal level. The resulting sad truth is that it’s crippling government and hurting its citizens.

People who have most to lose in this new kind of race and class separatism are black leaders and politicians, who are being castigated by members of their own race, simply because they belong to a different political party, and this is a new and unforgivable low. In the process, they are dragging ultra liberal white politicians along with them.

The way I see it, Democrats are mostly to blame; both black and white, and this is still another reason why all Americans are being unfairly victimized. Here is just one recent example:

During a recent statement by the official Democratic Congressional Majority Whip Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, he said South Carolina’s U.S. Senator Tim Scott, a Republican, does not “vote his color.” What’s that supposed to mean? Both men are black.

This is only one among many instances when black Democratic legislators have harshly criticized black legislators, who are members of the Republican party.

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus do not welcome black legislators who are Republican. Big government (Democratic) advocates, such as Senate Leader Harry Reid, and Minority House Leader Nancy Pelosi almost always cast their votes, in line with conditions approved by the Black Caucus.

With class wars such as these continuing, how can the average citizen expect to see laws passed that benefit all Americans, regardless of color.

Our history will show that it was President John F. Kennedy who did most of the work, putting the Civil Rights laws together, which were later signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson. These laws, coupled with tireless fights, led by the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., brought us to the point where we are today.

It is truly highly disrespectful of these great men, that today’s selfish lawmakers, joined by organizations like the modern day NAACP are taking so many steps to reverse positive advancements we’ve made in this country.

These class and race warfares are tearing down the American dream. It’s past time that our so-called “leaders” would recognize they’d be best off, by following those who want to reinstall the moral and productive activities which placed this country into First Place in the world.

One Comment to “The Way I See It – Black leaders, Democrats wage political and class wars”

  1. Julio says:

    Very nice article Mr. Davis. I agree with most of it and totally agree with your comment on the current NAACP.

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