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Apparently the rule of law is no longer more important than getting what you want. Regardless of what the law might say what matters most is that some people expect to get exactly what they want or else. This is now the case in Obama’s America. Am I referring to the events in Ferguson, or am I talking about Barack Obama’s executive amnesty actions? The simple answer is yes, I am.
Some would contend that the two issues are unrelated, but it is hard to not see the parallels and draw some unfortunate conclusions. The Obama administration has developed a reputation for ignoring laws that it doesn’t like, bending some as far as they can get away with, and breaking others with impunity. On issues ranging from immigration, the BP oil spill, Fast & Furious, the IRS scandal, NSA wiretapping, the Benghazi cover-up, the targeting of Sharyl Attkisson and other reporters, the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner swap, prisoner releases, Obamacare implementation, EPA abuses, and many others, the administration has stonewalled, lied, and otherwise ignored and/or violated the law because it didn’t suit their purposes. Of course, anyone who speaks out against his actions are doing so only because they are racist and don’t like having a black man in the White House.
In Ferguson the rule of law and the judicial process have been deemed irrelevant by the thugs taking to the streets rioting over the Darren Wilson grand jury verdict. Using their logic, the grand jury should have ignored the evidence presented in the case and handed down an indictment on Officer Wilson because he is white, and apparently Officer Wilson should have allowed Michael Brown to beat him senseless, take his gun and shoot him just because he was black. The law is irrelevant, what matters is that the thugs get what they want.
It is no accident that as the end of the “post racial” presidency of Barack Obama draws near we have racially motivated riots taking place in this country. It was not a mistake for America to elect a black man to serve as President, but it was a mistake to choose a black man with a racial chip on his shoulder who is unable himself to see beyond skin color and judge people by the content of their character. It is wrong to choose a leader who is motivated by race regardless of the race of that leader. It is indeed telling that as tensions mounted in Ferguson Obama dispatched the race baiting buffoon Al Sharpton and the most racist Attorney General in modern history to represent the administration. The results of that decision are now playing out in Ferguson. Remember, it was Obama who told us “Elections have consequences”.
The damage done to this country by Barack Obama is incalculable, and will take years and possibly decades to correct, but it can only be corrected if we recognize the problems and fix them. If we continue to allow this lawlessness, whether it takes place on a street in Missouri or behind a podium in Washington, the decline of this once great nation will continue. This country is made up of whites, blacks, Asians, Latinos, and Native Americans, and together we have created the greatest nation the world has ever seen. If however, we continue to divide and abandon the rule of law and the judicial systems that have allowed us to live together peacefully, the greatness of America will be lost to future generations of all races.
What kind of future do you want for your children?