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Is it Just Me or is Romney a Sore LOSER???

OK enough already people.  Unless you forgot the people re-elected Obama to run this nation for another four years.  Romney please sit down and stop whining about why you lost, it’s simple: America did not want you.  There is no mathematical equation for it.  You LOST…Period…get over it and MOVE ON!!!

People voted for this ignorant racist man, and now people are whining that they don’t want Obama running the nation. What they should really say is this, “We don’t want a black man running this nation.” (actually it’s, “We don’t want a nigger in office!”) This campaign, and every moment Obama has been in office has shown me just how much this is a racist…and I mean RACIST country. I will reiterate: Obama has done more for this nation than ANY president has done. He is well qualified to run this country.

Here is an interesting fact: Electronic voting machines were owned by Romney yet that was swept under the rug. If Obama had owned voting machines, people would be trying to figure out how to sue Obama and have him impeached. Romney, as well as MCCain ran a blatantly racist campaign: there were in-numerous racist comments in the news, on television and on the streets. There were an incredible amount of threats towards Obama and his family. There were  extreme amounts of hurtful images depicting lynchings…..yet…no one says a word…all of these infractions were ignored. Well actually kind of glorified.

People had gone as far as blatantly disrespecting the president, yet no one chastised these people or even said a word to stand up for the president. As a matter of fact, more negative connotations were made. Even from that buffoon Palin and her child Bristol (who I personally feel should remain silent in Alaska because these people are jokes and ignorant) However, if Obama did these exact same things, the people would be trying to find a way to sue and impeach Obama as fast as his smear campaign would have started.

Obama won, fair and square. Get over it and move on. The focus should be how can we help our president MOVE this nation forward…not stay stuck in centuries old beliefs and ideologies.

Oh and it is kind of interesting how a motion picture was made for Abe Lincoln right around the time of the 2012 elections, yet we STILL cannot abolish slavery…..That’s right…the slavery in our minds and our souls. Until we remove these chains that bind us to ignorance, we will never be truly free

Oh and since he wants to whine about his loss; dollars, figures and mathematics…can Romney tell us what he did with the money he “raised” for this election?  (I understand a lot of big corporations donated enormous amounts of cash to the Romney camp….you know like AT&T and Verizon….)  (standing here with my hands on my hips)

Like Katt Williams says, “I’ll wait….” (you know for that answer we will never get)

Get OVER IT Mitt!!!




Yes…I’m daydreaming of a world that no longer has a reference to the color of skin because people are accepted as they are.  I am dreaming of a day when everyone can break through the color barriers and allow themselves to love one another unconditionally.  Yes….I know a bit of a fairy tale, but in these trying times the issue of race seems to be the next most discussed topic, besides Brittany Spears.

Unless one can see life through the eyes as a person of color, it is hard to define what is most disturbing with today’s times.  I would have to venture to say that it is fear that keeps people from trying to discover one another.  That fear seems to be the driving force to further keep a nation of people chained and bound.  This fear that won’t allow love, but anger….hatred for another because of the color of their skin, or the religion they choose to practice.

I’m quite sure the talks about race seem to be endless, everyone competing for a shot to state their views and opinions.  One race doesn’t understand another, another race seeking supremacy.  However, those who suffer the most are the seeds from unions.  Multiracial, bi-cultural.  Our children are left wondering why we hate each other so much…The things that are discussed at the dinner table, spills out unto our seeds, and they act out in schools, and amongst their peers….Then we sit back and wonder how our children learned such behaviors.  We sit in embarrassment when we’re called from the school principals and teachers and other parents, as they explain to us that our children are a bad influence on other children.

Children often emulate what they see and hear.  Favorite icons on television, musicians, and yes….believe it or not we are the molds for our children’s clay.  Daughters mirror the mothers, sons mirror their fathers.  We are the educators of our children yet our textbooks are outdated.  The vicious cycle continues to spin, we are the perpetrators of the crimes.  It is easy to say, “I am not responsible for little Johnny blowing up that Mosque,”  however, think about the last time you spewed venom about the Muslim community and your hatred for Muslims.  Children are not born to hate…we create the hate.  The hate that hate made.

All of our fears spill forth into the world.  We fear the man that shaved his head, but is he really a skin-head?  We fear the man because his clothes are sagging, but is he really a gang-banger?  Our perceptions of others has paralyzed our minds.  How we interact with others on the streets is like a sitcom.  We run from the man who says “hello,” we refuse to help that elderly lady across the street because we’re too consumed with our own selves to even care.  We turn a blind eye when someone asks for help.  “Oh, no….not me I’m not getting involved!”  We utter foul words under our breath when we approach someone different.  Yes different than our own skin. 

Racism is defined as, “the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races…”  My question? How can one race of people be more intrinsically superior to members of other races?”  How can a man sit in awe at the color of blood pouring from the wounds that have been inflicted upon another.  Yes, the blood that pours red is the same color that flows through all of our veins.  That same hue stains the very fibers that America was built on.

America was built on lies and racism.  Racism built America.  The blood, sweat and lives of others.  Strange fruit adorned the trees, blood nourished the seeds in our fields.  It is also our lies, our prejudice, our superiority that is destroying the nation. Our hatred is destroying our world.  Gaia is crying out to be purged of our ways.  Our world is changing dramatically, and instead of trying to make it a better place for all, we continue to wear our chains.  We continue to be bound by the hatred that controls our minds.  We will never be free because our fear will forever hold us captive.