Give Me a Break Raynard!! The Party is Still There for You.

I understand the concern that Mr. Raynard Jackson who is a long time Republican friend wrote in his “Washington Post” and “Freedom’s Journal” comments on what John Sununu said in reference to Colin Powell and Obama. Unfortunately his musings overlook the unfortunate stereotypical remarks that the Democrats led by Obama have made to blacks — to be quiet, put on their shoes and work for him despite his receiving 96% of the black vote while not giving up one seat on the Supreme Court for a black female forgetting we refused to give up our seats when our fate was being segregated; the closing of the minority outreach regional offices of the Small Business Administration so vital to the economic development of minority communities; the decrease in funding down from that of G. W. Bush for Historically Black Colleges and Universities; “Obamacare” legislation which will be funded not just on the back of Medicare recipients but will squeeze minority health practitioners who care for these and the poor; and so much more. Have you forgotten the dialect of Obama’s VP Joe Biden offensively saying folks were going to “Put Us In Chains”? How about Rev. Lowery who gave the concluding prayer of the Obama Inaugural now recently condemning all white people? Where are the democrats in holding back this racism gone wild or making their folks accountable.

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  • J.Hill

    Thank you for another perspective.

  • disqustbp

    Amen, Dr. Fisher. I hope he gives us all a break. I know what I’m about
    to say may seem curt but I have lost interest in writers of the ilk of
    Mr. Jackson. I only share his articles to point out the folly of one
    losing his/her way by giving sway to demagoguery over principle. Raynard
    has forfeited any credibility, as far as I’m concerned. Anyone wishing
    to call themselves a Republican yet voted for the most Liberal Senator
    in the history of the United States of America, and still wants the
    respect of being considered a Constitutionally-literate pundit, of
    sorts, has not good sense… political or otherwise. Once upon a time he
    was a decent writer, and every so often it looks as if he’s going to
    say something of value but doesn’t. I don’t know what anyone is paying
    him to write much of his most recent malarkey but it doesn’t seem like
    his best stuff… unless perhaps it’s to be compared to letters to a
    small-town newspaper editor to complain about his name not being
    mentioned for bringing “vanilla bean” vanilla (or in Raynard’s case
    double-chocolate chocolate with moose droppings err… tracks) to the
    church’s ice cream social to raise money for a stairlift. I often
    wonder if he’s trying to get Mr. Romney to notice him and give him a job
    to shut him up or Mr. Obama in order to keep him clowning.

  • disqustbp

    Amen, Dr. Fisher. I hope he gives us all a break. I know what I’m about to say may seem curt but I have lost interest in writers of the ilk of Mr. Jackson. I only share his articles to point out the folly of one losing his/her way by giving sway to demagoguery over principle. Raynard has forfeited any credibility, as far as I’m concerned. Anyone wishing to call themselves a Republican yet voted for the most Liberal Senator in the history of the United States of America, and still wants the respect of being considered a Constitutionally-literate pundit, of sorts, has not good sense… political or otherwise. Once upon a time he was a decent writer, and every so often it looks as if he’s going to say something of value but doesn’t. I don’t know what anyone is paying him to write much of his most recent malarkey but it doesn’t seem like his best stuff… unless perhaps it’s to be compared to letters to a small-town newspaper editor to complain about his name not being mentioned for bringing “vanilla bean” vanilla (or in Raynard’s case double-chocolate chocolate with moose droppings err… tracks) to the church’s ice cream social to raise money for a stairlift. I often wonder if he’s trying to get Mr. Romney to notice him and give him a job to shut him up or Mr. Obama in order to keep him clowning.

  • pat

    Good stuff right there!

  • Sue

    Thank you so much for your article. It is wonderful to hear someone truely stand up for this Country. I would say this magazine it 100% fair and balanced, we don’t get very much of that any longer. God bless you.