If I were the President..

(If I were the), has always been a fun hypothesis, I mean, what child hasn’t pretended to be a cowboy, a secret agent, a jet pilot or a clown?

Not forgetting the fairer sex, a princess, Cinderella, Pamela Anderson or Angelina Jolie.

Albeit, going with the title of my offering today, if I were the President, an individual on record in more than one venue as holding disdain for white people and especially white police officers, my choice of an advocate to represent American law and order in Ferguson, Missouri would be Eric Holder as well.

After all, when you’re setting in the catbird seat at the top of the tree, you want someone representing you that holds the same disdain for “white people” and especially “white police officers” as yourself.

Quote from dreams of my father; “I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, …when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.”


After all, what self-respecting black teenager would want a white person as a friend?


Another from dreams of my father…

“That’s just how white folks will do you. It wasn’t merely the cruelty involved; I was learning that black people could be mean and then some. It was a particular brand of arrogance, an obtuseness in otherwise sane people that brought forth our bitter laughter. It was as if whites didn’t know they were being cruel in the first place. Or at least thought you deserved of their scorn.”


Arrogance offending arrogance, that’s a good one.


Yet another…

“But you see, a rich country like America can perhaps afford to be stupid.”


This one of course I agree with wholeheartedly, as America elected our current commander-in-chief from misinformation and (in your face) blatant lies.


Although not my ultimate favorite, this one is near the top…

“I think perhaps education doesn’t do us much good unless it is mixed with sweat.”


Question: Can anyone in America document and occasion, (other than on a golf course), where our current commander-in-chief has broken a sweat?


From dreams of my father…

“I kept finding the same anguish, the same doubt; a self-contempt that neither irony nor intellect seemed able to deflect. Even DuBois’s learning and Baldwin’s love and Langston’s humor eventually succumbed to its corrosive force, each man finally forced to doubt art’s redemptive power, each man finally forced to withdraw, one to Africa, one to Europe, one deeper into the bowels of Harlem, but all of them in the same weary flight, all of them exhausted, bitter men, the devil at their heels.”


For those of you who may be lacking in imagination, the devil of which Barack Obama/William Charles Ayres speaks of in the book, is the white man.


“The emotions between the races could never be pure; even love was tarnished by the desire to find in the other some element that was missing in ourselves. Whether we sought out our demons or salvation, the other race would always remain just that: menacing, alien, and apart.”


Again I have to agree with Mr. Ayres, as there is without a doubt a divide between the races, (an intended divide) a divide intended by God and nature, as the divide between bovines and butterflies. Although all bovines and butterflies serve the same purpose, they as well, come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors.


More from dreams of my father…

“The study of law can be disappointing at times, a matter of applying narrow rules and arcane procedure to an uncooperative reality; a sort of glorified accounting that serves to regulate the affairs of those who have power–and that all too often seeks to explain, to those who do not, the ultimate wisdom and justness of their condition.


This from a man who raised America’s national debt in four years more than every other president of the United States combined since the founding of the nation.


Of course, in reality (all the words above) were written by Barack Obama’s friend William Charles “Bill” Ayres.

An individual described by Wikipedia as an “American elementary education theorist and a former leader in the counterculture movement (the weather underground) that opposed U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War.

Question: What could possibly be a more effective “tool” to mislead America’s voting population than a book of (fiction) contrived by an aspiring community organizer with ambitions of grandeur and “questionable” citizenship and a notorious domestic terrorist?

One-man (in my opinion), that grew up with disdain for “white people” and America, and the other, (also in my opinion) that grew up with disdain for “all people,” and America.

Eric holder and the law; …

Although Eric Holder has adamantly denied any knowledge of (his) Justice Department selling assault rifles to Mexican drug cartels, anyone with the common sense that God gave a gnat understands that, that is not the way our government works.

Then of course there were the Black Panthers that stood outside of a voting place intimidating white people that Eric holder refused to prosecute, as well as his personal narrative in numerous venues describing how he himself was targeted by white police officers, for (in his opinion), being black.

..and this is the man that Barack Obama sent to Ferguson, Missouri to see that a white police officer gets a fair shake under the law, …Eric holder’s law.

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

Darth Lepus 1


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