Question, I wonder what black preachers think about Obama's position on Freedom of Choice? Meaning, he (as a Democrat) supported a woman's right to choose (abortion) during his presidential campaign.
He (as a Democrat) supported homosexaual rights and equality (under a humanism umbrella of all are equal)
So, with that said, is this white guy who coined the word "Obamacide"a racist ... or is anyone listening to his definition before judging him based upon the color of his skin and the clothes he wears and the music ... oh man his choice of music LOL
Well see for yourself.
Here's the link to the Youtube video - OBAMACIDE.
Are there any ministers on BPN concerned about such issues or are we still rejoicing over the great Black hope? You know, it is most definitely a victory to see a Black man in the White house.. I was cheering that fact as well. But my question was and still is ... now what....???
I still have the same misgivings about his party platform as I did before. Now don't get me wrong, I am NEITHER Republican nor Democrat. I vote person not party. I do not vote a straight ticket unless the people I want to vote for just happen to be in the same party... which is quite rare.
Unfortunately, to be nominated as a presidential candidate, that person must endorse the party's platform and there is most definitely a tweedle dee or tweedle dumb decision whenever choosing one "party" vs another "party".
But I shall digress and stop here as I eagerly await your comments on the youtube video.
After the video, read this news article:
Obama LIFTS restriction abortion funding
As you read the above article, keep this in mind:
1. The United States spends more than $400 million on overseas family planning assistance each year.
2. Planned Parenthood is a billion dollar company and they do not need additional resources to burden the American taxpayer,"
3. On TODAY, Jan 23 - U.S. President Barack Obama will lift restrictions on U.S. government funding for groups that provide abortion services or counseling abroad, reversing a policy of his Republican predecessor George W. Bush