Monday, July 20, 2015

The Red, Republican, Confederate, Slave States Have Way Too Much Power in Our Government

Thanks to republican gerrymandering,  voter suppression, and Citizens United, the U.S. House of Representatives and the United States Senate is controlled by representatives of Tea Party States. States that have been openly defying and disrespecting the African American President of the United States of America, hoping he fails.  Imagine the progress we could have made if our government weren't controlled by people who pander to and support the point of view  of the people in the video below?

Bigotry was on full display in South Carolina yesterday as more than 50 protesters and KKK members brandished Confederate flags and yelled racial slurs at a rally that overlapped with black activists’ protests at the statehouse. For many in attendence, the scene displayed that that America is "still a racist nation":
So much for post racial America


Anonymous said...

They represent a small percentage of the white race! The same as the racist black panthers represent a small amount of the black race! Any blog by you on the murder of the black activist driving home to Mississippi form Birmingham? Looking like the B.P. had a role in it!!

Redeye said...

The majority in the House and Senate represent red, republican, Confederate, slave states. The Black Panthers are not racist. Write a blog about the black activist on your own blog.

Anonymous said...

When the leader of the NBPP makes racist statements they are not racist? I am confused.Again that is the black liberal democrat double standard way of thinking!

Redeye said...

How many leaders of the NBPP are members of Congress?