During the last election the running theme of the Democrat party was the accusation that conservatives are the party of "white establishment America." That lie has been parroted from the roof tops of every liberal sounding board across America for the last decade.
The many celebrated black members of the conservative party, more than any other group of black people in America, are the recipients of ongoing and unchecked hateful rhetoric from the left. The ever tolerant political left has made a habit of branding black conservatives "tokens", which implies that conservatives have scrapped through the barrel to find some dumb black guy that doesn't know any better to prove to the rest of the world that they can hide their underlying racism. Meanwhile Liberals degrade Black conservatives, and openly shame them by applying the title of "uncle Tom" to those who would descent from their ranks.
One of conservatism's "token" dumb black guys is economist Thomas Sowell. Sowell grew up in North Carolina and was drafted into the Marines during the Korean War. Later he was recommended by college professors for admittance into Harvard University where he earned a degree in economics, after which he went on to Columbia University and then earned a PHD at the Universety of Chicago. He worked closely with economist Milton Friedman and has written over thirty books about the effects of free market economics on the free world as well as criticisms of Socialism and Marxism. His political economical philosophy is based on the idea of Laissez-faire which is an economical environment free from government tariffs, subsidies, and forced monopolies. Among conservatives especially of the libertarian influence he is a brilliant economist who provides simple and effective answers to the big problems that our government has caused.
Allen West was a Colonel in the United States Army, and later became the first black congressman in Florida since the reconstruction period began after the Civil war. West is an avid supporter of the tea party and stands against th endless accusations of racism that stem from the left. He is often excoriated by leftist media outlets for his criticisms of radical Islamists, and support of tax cuts for wealth producers, and job creators. Allen West is one of the few politicians that hasn't lost his spine in the political realm, and he is not afraid to speak his mind about the important issues that our nation deals with.
“My statement to the United Nations would have been, ‘The future does not belong to those who attack our Embassies and Consulates and kill our Ambassadors. The Angel of Death in the form of an American Bald Eagle will visit you and wreak havoc and destruction upon your existence,'”- Allen West
Herman Cain is the personification of success in a free market economy, however today the very idea of success is on the attack by liberals. He is a savvy business man who, (unlike most of the members of congress), knows how to balance a checkbook. During the 2012 election Cain promoted an effective plan to stabilize the US economy which was favored by several conservatives including vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan during the GOP caucuses. In 1993 he was instrumental in the rejection of President Clinton's healthcare mandate for small businesses. Mr. Cain continued in his efforts to resolve the debt crisis that we face through the promotion of "cain's solution resolutions".
While growing up in segregated Birmingham Alabama, her parents prepared her for the trials she would face in the fight against racial inequality. While growing up she was exposed to the violence of liberal democrats who terrorized her family and bombed her church. Despite a rough upbringing she earned a masters degree at Notre Dame and was the first African American Secretary of State under George W. Bush.
Martin Luther King Jr.
As much as liberals would like to hijack him, Dr. King was in fact a right wing conservative religious nut who loved Jesus. (God was rejected three times during the 2012 DNC). He opposed violence, which is the mating call for all liberal mobs. He believed in integration which contradicts the liberal assertion for multiculturalism. He was against abortion, and he believed that all men are created equal, (unlike liberals who insist through welfare and programs directed towards special interest groups, that minorities are not equipped to fend for themselves). Throughout his career he fought against policies put in place by liberals like George Wallace, and Bull Connor who threw high pressure fire hoses on peaceful protesters. He was detested by liberal president Lyndon B. Johnson who had been rejecting black civil rights issues since he was the senate leader in 1957.
A liberal vs a conservative.
Malcolm X, a true liberal
A true liberal black man was Malcolm X who referred to Dr. King as an "uncle Tom" and denounced King's nonviolent methods. Malcolm X invoked a mob like mentality on his followers, he wanted black people to hold on to their anger against white people, and rejected the idea of whites and blacks living together, or even eating in the same restaurant, which is basically what segregation is.
Interestingly the most effective way throughout American history to afford freedom to black people in America has been through the pulpit preaching of abolitionists and anti-segregationists who changed the culture by conservatively interpreting the American born idea that "all men are created equal", and appealing to the true precepts that concern a Christian nation.
Rachel is a conservative pundit who hosts a section on PJTV titled Zonation. Not only does he criticize liberals but he also goes after conservatives who do not stand up for their own values. He recently wrote a book titled "weapon of Ass destruction", and participated in the movie, "runaway slave" which takes a look at the entitlement system that many African Americans have fallen into which, "trades one form of tyranny for another", according to host C.L. Bryant.
Pandering to black people
it always amazes me when I see an old white politician change the way he or she speaks in order to identify with people of another race. I noticed several things about vice president Biden's statement "they gon' put ya'll back in chains". Of course he wasn't talking about himself since he has never had the experience of being in chains, nor had any other person in that room, but he also completely dismissed the source from which the chains were originally imposed. That would be liberals. Liberal being a looser and less conservative, or perhaps morally relative approach when defining laws. The very same mentality that allowed men to loosely define what constitutes a sovereign and free individual. During the days of slavery while conservatives were speaking in the churches about the inherent equality of all of God's children, liberals were debating as to whether or not Black people even possessed a soul.
I just don't understand why so many black people gave him a pass on that, I mean if a black guy came up to me and started talking like Steve Urkel I'd think he was a complete moron, and it would be blatantly obvious what he thinks of me.