The Color Of Honor November 29, 2012Posted by lizp4 in Uncategorized.
Worship is designed to be reserved to God alone.
But that doesn’t seem to sink in with people who worship skin color. Otherwise rational people will betray everything they hold dear to vote for or support someone whose skin is dark. It doesn’t matter what that person stands for. Trying to reason with these voters is useless. Explaining that incompetence and stupidity do not respect skin color has no effect. If you asked these people to worship a golden calf or an eight-eyed deity, they would be shocked and offended at the very idea, but they see no problem with putting something as superficial as skin color before their faith in God in any voting choice.
When the deck these people deal from is nothing but race cards all the way through, there is something haywire somewhere. God doesn’t care what color we are. If He did, He’d have made us all be the same. So, if that’s the case, why are otherwise perfectly sensible people falling for the race card? Don’t they know the malevolent joker is on the other side of every card in that deck?
The mistake was electing him in the first place, for a whole host of reasons, not the least of which was the fact that he was NOT VETTED by ANYBODY. His past is still concealed. What I’m saying is that it’s not the color of his skin that makes him such a giant mistake. It’s what’s UNDER that skin. It will always all boil down to race, but believe me when I say I am not against an HONEST and patriotic Black in any elective office.
It’s obvious to most honest people that skin color doesn’t have to affect a person’s politics, religion, or honesty. But it’s also obvious that people with a particular agenda have seen to it that people of color all over America have been trained to be as partial as is possible against anyone not sufficiently dark or liberal (here is a whole new train of thought for another post).
Honor and patriotism know no color. Nor should they. We are all Americans, and the only colors that should matter are the red, white, and blue.