Thursday, September 20, 2012

Obama's "Impressionist" Flag Raises Red Flags!

Well, I'm not pretending to be an art critic, but I will take a stab at this recent attempt at altering the United States the Obama regime.  I looked up the definition of impressionist art and found that it is a technique used by artists to give an impression of an catching a glimpse of something concrete.  I guess it would be similar to Americans catching a glimpse of the freedoms they once took for granted... slipping away.  Upon further reflection, I sensed a certain Mr. Obama's economic policies which lack exactness of details.  Moving right along I feel it encompassed a certain sketchiness...quite similar to the foreign policies we have endured the past three years.  I will end my critique with a comment about the obvious presence of the "O".  This has no place on America's flag.  It is shameful to think that a President of the United States should take the symbol of the United States of America and be the one to dishonor it.  He has presented a cheap imitation to replace a priceless piece of art.  THAT'S MY FIRST IMPRESSION!
Note: If we don't defend our flag waving in the you think we will defend our rights...or just keep "waiving" them?
May God bless America…and may America deserve it.
Zanne Booker 9-20-2012

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Should Black Candidates Be "Untouchable"?

Why should we consider black candidates if they are not allowed to be under the same scrutiny as any other candidates?  Anyone who steps into the political arena is savvy enough to know that life under a microscope just goes with the territory.  Surely, the NAACP and Al Sharpton know this as well.  Millions of Caucasians bought into Martin Luther King's come together messages and marched or fought for the same dream.  But lately, many are rethinking candidate choices because America has been put on notice that black candidates are "untouchable" and anything they do is not to be is racist.  If you want equality then let it be across the board.  Throughout history, there has been a long list of political reprobates...who were white; Africa and America have had their share...who were black.  Skin color is not a determining factor of honesty, capability, or culpability.  Quit tearing America apart when it has struggled so hard to come together.  Don't be racist!

Note: A good decision is not always a popular one; however, it is always the right one.

May God bless America…and may America deserve it.

Zanne Booker 6-28-2012