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In an article this morning on August 30, 2012, Meteor Blades at the Daily Kos published an article titled, "Wanna Know Where Racist Nut Throwers Come From? Check out this Poll". Meteor cited a poll by the Washington Post that asked the question "What's the reason that most blacks support democratic candidates?" Blades also said that the most common answer second to "I don't know," was "Government Dependents/ Want Something for Nothing". What the article also fails to point out is that the Washington Post Poll, cites the second most common answer among INDEPENDENT voters was a very similar statement, "Supportive of Entitlements/ Health Care/ Welfare". The omission of this fact alone points to an obvious agenda that Blades has against conservatives in general. His agenda driven article also states,
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If the GOP actually had something to offer, African Americans would be registering in droves as Republicans and there wouldn't be an endless sea of white delegate faces in Tampa.
Although there definitely is a lack of strong support for Mitt Romney among African American voters, there is clear evidence that some support for Barack Obama is waning because of his stance on gay marriage, the homosexual agenda in general, and on abortion. Lloyd Marcus who is an African-American gentleman, in an article at The Conservative Underground wrote, "Black Christians who vote for Obama knowing his crimes against Christianity and biblical principles have chosen to worship the idol of racial loyalty over their discipleship to Jesus Christ. Pure and simple."
In his article, Lloyd also says reinforced what is common knowledge among most conservatives, that Obama is pro-abortion and supports infanticide.
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Mr. Lloyd Marcus also alluded to the documented fact that Barack Obama has taught courses on employing the tactics of left wing radical Saul Alinsky. He substantiated this by citing an article written by Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit who posted a YouTube video of an interview of Fox Analyst Monica Crowley, PhD on the Bill O'Reilly show.
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Of course, the origination of the idea that Saul Alinsky was a follower of the devil himself comes from the fact that he dedicated his book "Rules for Radicals" to Lucifer. The inscription on the inside cover says, to "“...the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer”.
There is a large contingent of former Obama supporters among the black churches that are highly incensed by President Obama's stance on gay marriage and abortion who have gone public with their displeasure within the last month. African American pastor Patrick Wooden said in a radio ad released by the National Organization for Marriage, "Obama Has Turned Back on Our Community with Endorsement of Homosexual Movement.
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"The goal of our advertising campaign is to issue a wake-up call to the African American community in North Carolina that President Obama does not represent the values that they have fought hard to protect," said National Organization for Marriage president Brian Brown. He also added, "We urge all North Carolinians to join Dr. Wooden in rejecting the anti-family policies of President Obama this November."
This advertisement comes on the heels of a statement of non-support by the Coalition of African American Pastors under the leadership of Reverend William Owens.
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The courageous stand taken by Dr. Wooden, the National Organization for Marriage, Reverend Owens, and the Coalition of African-American Pastors is in direct opposition to the religious intolerance exhibited by the mayors of Chicago, Boston, and Washington, D.C. These men of God have elected to stand for God's righteousness rather than blindly voting on the basis of race. According to Peter Kirsanow at The National Review Online "on the national level, Democrats typically get around 90 percent of the black vote, even when a black man isn’t running for president as a Democrat. Al Gore got 92 percent of the black vote in 2000; John Kerry got 88 percent in 2004", which like it or not, suggests an almost blind allegiance of the African-American community to the Democratic party even though according to Russ Paelli at russp.us, that "the historic Civil Rights Act of 1964 was supported by a higher percentage of Republicans than Democrats in both houses of Congress. In the House, 80 percent of the Republicans and 63 percent of the Democrats voted in favor. In the Senate, 82 percent of the Republicans and 69 percent of the Democrats voted for it."