Aug 30, 2016

One Video Worth A Shipload Of Al Sharptons And Jesse Jacksons ..

Common Sense Commentary: Just because 95% of black voters voted for Obama, twice, doesn't mean that many of them are Liberal Socialists or agree with his views on same sex marriage, abortion, massive government, a small military and higher taxes. A recent Rasmussen survey revealed that only 69 % of blacks would vote for him for a third term. That means 31% would not. Only 22% of white voters would vote for him a third time. When I read statistics like that it makes me as proud of that 31% as if they were my own children and I ask God to bless them for their integrity in the face of persecution. I feel the same way when I listen to one of the wisest, most honest men in America who represents Prager University, Larry Elder . Larry is a real Patriot and Believer who happens to be black.  In spite of the difficulties of live and a hard row to hoe, he has developed into a truly great American. Listen to him at the video link below the following this article. RB

This from The Washington Times
Could he really be elected for a third term? In a speech made during his trip to Africa this week, President Obama suggested that he could win a third term if he ran for the White House. A new poll could challenge that idea, though.
A Rasmussen Reports national survey of likely voters reveals that 30 percent would vote for the president if he ran again, and 63 percent would not. There’s the predictable partisan divide: 57 percent of Democrats would vote for Mr. Obama for a third time; 93 percent of Republicans and 68 percent of unaffiliated voters would not - along with 32 percent of Democrats.
“Sixty-nine percent of black voters would vote to elect Obama to a third term, compared to 22 percent of white voters and 39 percent of other minority voters,” the survey stated.
Americans appear satisfied with an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that prohibits presidential candidates from being elected to more than two four-year terms: 78 percent of voters overall oppose changing that amendment.
“Most black voters (54 percent), however, would change the constitutional amendment. Just 10 percent of whites and 38 percent of other minority voters agree,” the poll said.
From Prager University. Thanks Sherry for sending it.

1 comment:

Rex Blair said...

Black Father's matter!
All Father's matter!
Want to be a hero?....
Be a Father.