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The Democratic Party’s Agenda Will Destroy America – Just As It’s Destroyed Black Communities.
To me, it is the American people who need to fight back and stop voting to elect morally bankrupt Democrats to head our government, such as President Barack Obama and the Democrats in Congress. Most Americans dislike Gov. Sarah Palin who has been speaking out on moral issues, with most Americans saying they would not vote for her to be president. So, what good does it do for a Republican to stand up for what is right on moral issues?
By Crystal Wright
The National Association for the ADVANCEMENT of Colored People, emphasis on the word “advancement,”claims “for 102 years, the NAACP has fought to ensure that all our children have access to high-quality public education.” If this is indeed true, then why would the NAACP, which used to be the most revered civil rights organization for black Americans, throw New York City black kids under the bus to save unionized teachers’ jobs and keep failing schools open?