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Oct 20, 2008

Prominent Black Leaders Support McCain.

I have respected the National Black Republicans ever since I received their first newsletter. These people have taken a strong position in the centre of our front line where the fighting is the fiercest. They cop a lot of crap as a result but they haven’t flinched.

Below are a couple of items they have put out recently: -

In a powerful video with personal testimonials, key black conservative leaders, including Dr. Alveda C. King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., talk about how their faith influences the policies and politics they support. These black Americans state eloquently why they support Sen. John McCain and cannot, in good conscience, support Sen. Barack Obama. 

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Rather than do what is right and apologize for the horrendous acts of racism committed by the Democratic Party against black Americans, Democrats have shamefully shifted their guilt onto another party, the Republican Party. When confronted with unassailable historical evidence about their racist past, Democrats resort to the politics of personal destruction and attack the character of anyone who dares to tell the truth.

History, according to author Michael Scheuer, shows that the Democratic Party is the party of the four S’s: Slavery, Secession, Segregation and now Socialism. Democrats have been running black communities for the past 40 years, and the socialist policies of the Democrats have turned black communities into economic and social wastelands. The deplorable conditions in black neighborhoods is well-documented by black Democrat Juan Williams in his book Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America. Democrats have the audacity to blame Republicans for the crisis in black neighborhoods created by the Democrats.

If we, as a nation, are to heal our racial wounds, move beyond racial divisiveness and assure economic prosperity for blacks, we must first hold the Democratic Party accountable and demand an apology for the harm inflicted on black Americans. ....