Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Racist Ruling by Justice Department

In Kinston, North Carolina, Voters decided overwhelmingly last year to do away with the party affiliation of candidates in local elections. The Obama administration recently overruled them and decided that equal rights for black voters cannot be achieved without the Democrat Party.

The Justice Department's ruling, which affects races for City Council and mayor, said partisan elections are needed so that black voters can elect their "candidates of choice." This means black Democrats.

Stephen LaRoque, a former Republican state lawmaker who led the drive to end partisan local elections, called the Justice Department's decision "racial as well as partisan."

"On top of that, you have an unelected bureaucrat in Washington, D.C., overturning a valid election," he said. "That is un-American."

Here's the best part, the decision was made by the same Justice official, Loretta King, who ordered the dismissal of the voting rights case against members of the New Black Panther Party in Philadelphia. That's where two members of the black revolutionary group dressed in quasi-military garb stood outside a polling place and intimidated voters with racial insults, slurs and a nightstick.

After a judge ordered a default judgments against the Panthers, who refused to answer the charges or appear in court, the Justice Department dropped the charges against all but one of the defendants, saying "the facts and the law did not support pursuing" them.

Obama's racist radicals are everywhere, destroying our nation's foundations. They must be stopped, now.

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