An indelicate question

In ancient times the Roman Emperors used the Praetorian Guard for their personal protection. They were the inner circle of protection that could be counted upon for their loyalty no matter what. In the case of Rome, as time went by the guard also worked to influence the Emperor, not merely to protect him.

Presently we have a block of voters that support the current president, no matter what! I am convinced that black Americans would support Obama, even if he were drop his pants and defecate right there in front of the White House press corps! Of course the press would also support such a crappy endeavor because they’ve invested so much effort in his rise to power. After all the disastrous policies he's enacted in his first year, black support for Obama remains a solid 90%!!!

But blacks, having voted for the skin color of the current president, have an even bigger stake in his success. No matter what Obama does or doesn’t do for blacks, they will support him because in their eyes he’s one of them. It matters not that his roots aren't American, and it matters not if his policies are causing economic chaos that falls heavily on lower class America, and thus heavily on blacks. I can tell you dear reader, that regardless of how I felt toward Ronald Reagan, if he had done the things that Obama has done, my support for him would have vanished in less time than it takes to tell about it!

So here’s my question: Has Obama taken a hand in the selection of his protection detail, with a thought towards their personal loyalty being utterly dependable?

Kinda looks like it huh…

Note: I shouldn't have to say this, but in today's racially charged times, I want to point out that my utter hatred of Obongo is NOT in any way based on his skin color. It is based on his policies and his warped ideology that I see as a threat to the America I love. I would vote for the following black men and women for any office they choose to run for:

Thomas Sowell
Alan Keyes
Kenn Blanchard
Herman Cain
Jennifer Carroll
Larry Elder
Star Parker
Walter E. Williams

edited to add Will Grigg


theotherryan said...

I really like Thomas Sowell a lot.

Freedom Strikes Back said...

I agree with you 100%. I voted for Keyes and Cain. And would vote for either Sowell or Williams in a heart beat.

idahobob said...

Let's not forget Will Grigg.


GunRights4US said...

Thanks for the reminder Bob. He's been added to the list.

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