Michelle Obama: Election About ‘Who Will Have the Power to Shape Our Children’

Michelle Obama: Election About ‘Who Will Have the Power to Shape Our Children’

michelleIf anyone did not miss the majority of the Republican National Convention RNC, seriously now, who on earth could be more proud of Mr. Trump’s adult offspring?

Sure I thought it was a little dicey having each one of the Trump clan taking such powerful speaking engagements; however, for me and most of my colleagues were in particular agreement at how well polished, strongly spoken, as well as impeccable adult children that each of Mr. Trump’s children are.

First lady Michelle Obama argued that Donald Trump is no example for America’s children during an impassioned pitch for Hillary Clinton’s candidacy at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday evening.

Well she has indeed proved that she is no smarter than her lying and nontransparent husband is outright.

Obama threw her support behind Hillary, noting “there were plenty of moments when Hillary could have decided that this work was too hard, that the price of public service was too high, that she was tired of being picked apart for how she looks or how she talks or even how she laughs.”

“But here’s the thing. What I admire most about Hillary is that she never buckles under pressure. She never takes the easy way out. And Hillary Clinton has never quit on anything in her life,” she continued. “And when I think about the kind of president that I want for my girls and all our children, that’s what I want.”

Right here with the above statement is what conjures up such discontent inside of me toward these people. Hillary Clinton has shown me as a professional person that she is a masterful liar. That is her easy way out. So please Mrs. Obama, what’s your excuse for Hillary moving on without Bill in their marriage?  1500px-DesertStormMap_v2_svg

Obama reflected on “the story of this country, the story that has brought me to this stage tonight, the story of generations of people who felt the lash of bondage, the shame of servitude, the sting of segregation, but who kept on striving and hoping and doing what needed to be done so that today I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves.”

There we go — for what’s it worth, we will never, ever be able to heal from what a small proportion of America’s earliest agrarians have done. And as long as this crap happens we never ever will.

James_Madison_140x190The first lady said she wants “a president who will teach our children that everyone in this country matters, a president who truly believes in the vision that our Founders put forth all those years ago that we are all created equal, each a beloved part of the great American story.”

Lady, you certainly need to put more emphasis into my column. Although you single handedly ignored everything that was written yesterday – which certainly allows me to know where your knowledge level is, however, just a quick question: Do you and what’s his name Barack, Berry or Whatever communicate?

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Human Interest…

HUMAN INTEREST

41F5W4TN5FL._AC_US160_In Dr. Charles W. Mills insights and clearly substantial text that appears in his wonderful book The Radical Contract, he makes no attempt to clarify that any sort of “social contract” exists between races. Dr. Mills gives meaning to his argument that argues however, that these ideals of the Social Contract are at worst pure fiction or at best were intended only to apply to a specific group of people, namely members of the tribes of Europe and their genetic descendants. “…when white people say ‘Justice,’ they mean ‘Just Us’.”

As difficult as that is to see and write – I would assume that those were the parameters set forth regarding citizenship.DeclarIndep180x180

And when given the opportunity to write the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote in the document that “all men were created equal” he did not literally mean that all men or even all human beings were created equal. After all, Mr. Jefferson owned African slaves at the time of his writing the Declaration of Independence and continued to own slaves up until the time of his death. He could not have possibly meant that people of African descent were created equal, treated as equals, and entitled to liberty and the pursuit of happiness. If he did, then how could one explain his maintaining a slave population under his control?

This is where I have extreme conflict with the Framer’s of the Constitution, and I am more than positive that it is not just me. I am a Christian man with a developed and critical mind – that also prays.

I have not nor will I ever profess to be a genius; however, there are some issues that are inherent within our system of government. Although I firmly believe many of these hardtail notions have suffered the agony of the human way or a man being with power and money.

Someone, anyone please…why were the Africans and Indians counted in 5’s? From the onset that doesn’t appear to have equity anywhere in it.

The existence of the Racial Contract explains these apparent contradictions, in that peoples of color were never intended to be included as signatories to the Social Contract. Okay then, this is like “human nature” and I believe that there were definitely a majority to jump literally to this conclusion.

A contract is simply an agreement between two or more people. According to Dr. Mills, the Racial Contract was and is an agreement made among the tribes of Europe (roughly during the time of the Age of Exploration and European colonialism) to establish political systems and policies which at their heart held their ideals.

Peoples of color are not part of the Social Contract and exist outside its bounds. Hence Native Americans can be forced off their land, Africans enslaved, and Chinese forced to accept British supplied opium without any sense of contradiction. Now, being politicians I do believe that the Framer’s could have believed this rubbish.

In conclusion there exists a relatively vast amount on this topic that I do look forward to writing about. However, Dr. Mills refers to the Racial Contract as being an absolute contained inside of the Social Contract. At this time I am not in possession of either of the two documents. This of course does not mean that they are unavailable, I just have not seen them yet. It does appear to me that prior to these contracts being offered – herein is the importance of this entire scheme of arrangement; whereby, were they hidden at the time of signature?

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Please everyone who reads this post, please fire a letter, email, or fax to Roger Goodell

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Are we being Sold Out?

Before we all make tremendous fools out of ourselves, let’s look with interest like the privileged sophisticated people we are and with just a little perseverance we may find out the matters to every one of our questions.

Please let us all be responsible people — unlike those St. Louis Rams individuals who took a NFL field in protest with their hands fully raised up, or anything like Messrs. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and others during the Trayvon Martin investigation or taking it back a bit further, those same men at the Duke University La Cross team fiasco, that ended up costing a District Attorney his license to practice law, not to mention his job.

People when we all want something and I sure do, then let’s take the time to prepare for what it is we may find out. Example: As in the paragraph above I mentioned – unlike those St. Louis Rams individuals who took a NFL field in protest over the untimely and significantly unfortunate death of Michael Brown.

Currently I am asking Roger Goodell the Superintendent in charge of the NFL how and why is it that these individuals can be such a bad influence on the community at large; moreover, with millions of fans watching them they script a hogwash message and nothing was said. I am certain that the Black Lives Matter organization has something to say about this fiasco of an incident.

Now if you don’t mind why such a hard unrelenting penalty against a man who can prove, as he has done so many times over that he did not do anything to the footballs during the AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis Colts?

As for my integrity (take a queue Roger Goodell) how can a man be convicted, fined, and be faced with millions in legal fees – now that only happens inside of Washington DC, right Hillary Clinton?

I need to say this — it certainly seems as though everyone has got a mouth; rather, they use their mouths to further show what huge asses they and their big mouths are.
Please everyone who reads this post, please fire a letter, email, or fax to Roger Goodell the guy only made like $43 million last year and for what?

Arden V

Responsible People wait on Evidence

Responsible People wait on Evidence

lighted crossOkay, okay now — Let’s not all get bent and twisted with regards to these two apparent shots fired by the St. Paul, MN police officers and the Baton Rouge, LA police officers until we know the legitimate facts that will be found out.

What I am trying to espouse here is that there may be far more that has happened and I am just suggesting that we try to be accountable citizens regarding the facts as they emerge.

Please let us all be responsible people — unlike those St. Louis Rams individuals who took a NFL field in protest with their hands fully raised up, or anything like Messrs. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and others during the Trayvon Martin investigation or taking it back a bit further, those same men at the Duke University La Cross team fiasco, that ended up costing a District Attorney his license to practice law, not to mention his job.

Recognizing the extreme fortune of a well pronounced investigation, let’s not jump to conclusions as did the Rams players, Beyonce, the USAG Loretta Lynch, as well as former USAG Eric Holder did before her in re: Michael Brown’s case. And now just as he proclaimed that Trayvon Martin is what his son would look like, President Barack Hussein Obama has gotten involved from the White House via Poland!

I am a civil rights movement participant just as Diana was, whereby “she was part of the Kingcivil rights movement that protested against discrimination” according to a BBC reporter, in St. Paul MN.

In St. Paul, Philando Castile’s death appears to be equally as difficult to jump to a simple conclusion.

The same with Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old father of five, was killed on Tuesday at a Baton Rouge LA convenience store.

First let’s have a look at confiscated evidence in the two cases. Philando Castile was involved in a traffic stop for a broken tail light. It was only after:

Philando Castile informed the officers on scene that he had a Concealed Carry permit and was in possession of a gun that the officers stated to him to stop looking for his license and registration when apparently Castile produced a gun and was hot in the arm.

In the matter of Alton Sterling, everyone should be advised that the police officers were responding to a Dispatcher’s directive stating, A man had been harassing a child with a gun prior to the complainant calling the police. As the police responded they told Mr. Sterling not to go into his pants (pockets) and while he Sterling was fiddling around in his trousers,

Police wrestled Sterling to the ground. However it has been reported that a witness said, “he saw officers take a gun from Mr. Sterling’s pocket after the shooting,” but police have not commented on this.

Unlike others albeit celebrities, other make-shift law enforcement officers, civil rights clans-people or professional athletes or lying politicians let’s be the responsible one’s. Let’s wait until the investigations are thoroughly complete before we make a sound.

Arden V

A twice-deported undocumented immigrant fights to stay with his family in the U.S.

A twice-deported undocumented immigrant fights to stay with his family in the U.S.

2eagle Angel Farias’ wife, two children and five siblings were born here in the United States. His mother and two other siblings are naturalized citizens. Angel came here in 1985 at age 7.

Like many undocumented immigrants, Angel’s family is a hodge-podge of those who have papers and those who don’t. And even Obama’s proposed Executive Order wouldn’t change his status: Angel has been deported twice.

Both times, he walked across the Sonoran desert with a backpack of food and water so that he could return to his family. Just a bit more illegal behavior that supports that Mr. Farias is not the kind of immigrant that the U.S. is interested in. After first deportation Mr. Farias is supposed to be suspended for ten (10) years on re-entering the U.S.A.

Angel’s family migrated from Michoacán to Washington’s Yakima Valley, where he and his siblings often skipped school to help their parents harvest cherries and asparagus. After 30 years in Yakima, Angel was able to start his own business as a house painter. He talks and eats like an American. His son speaks better English than Spanish. Yakima is all he’s ever known.

But U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents came and found him. The last time was in 2014. He appealed his deportation, so he spent 14 months in the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, where he led a hunger strike and spent weeks in solitary confinement.

His detention impacted the Farias family’s fortunes drastically. Angel was the undocumented breadwinner for a family of American citizens (by default). While he was away, they lost their house to foreclosure, and their credit was ruined. Unable to pay bills, Angel’s wife struggled day-to-day to put food on the table.

By the time he was released on bond, Angel’s father had passed away and his wife had been diagnosed with colon cancer.

Many undocumented immigrants are like Farias – they’ve been in the country for decades, have U.S.-born children but are barred from any path to legal status.

Angel’s first deportation order was for a misdemeanor arrest on charges that were later dropped. The next two were for returning to the U.S. illegally.

Angel’s history bars him from obtaining family visas and, while he has relatives in Mexico with ties to violent crime, it also makes it highly unlikely he’ll be granted asylum here.

His life provides a glimpse on the emotional and financial impact that deportations and detentions can have on one American family.

No! My heart is not crying for Mr. Farias or any member of his family. His wife, five siblings and two children were born American citizens. Hey Congress — it’s time to get real with the Citizenship Clause in the 14th Amendment!

Moreover, we find it very difficult to believe that someone here since 1985 would be having difficulty finding a way to at least be granted Green card status.

Arden V

¡Adios America!

¡Adios America!

thHFWQI5ZLThis is the name of Ann Coulter’s latest New York Times best-seller which believe it or not all of Ms. Coulter’s books have been national and international must reads. Ms. Coulter has done it again, only with this offering she really pours out the reasons — as to why in just about all instances people are believing what they are consuming from the mainstream media in our nation.

I have more reasons than I care to acknowledge as to why her unparalleled gift with the pen is so enthralling to me. You can always just visit The Contemplative Thinker and see why I am so thrilled to see her writing talents, wit, and brain at that site.               th8U3U2963

Ann Coulter writes with illumination. She is one of the most respected people on this planet. Her unique education, speaking skills and the uncanny ability to foster respect puts her in a remarkable plausibility structure.

To this end I have had the wherewithal to consider myself one of the most learned people I know vis-a-vie illegal immigration. Until I read Ms. Coulter’s ¡Adios America!, where as open as I can be she has drawn her line in the sand regarding the future of this nation unless we do act on it now.

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President Obama: A Reflective Letter

President Obama: A Reflective Letter

To the glorification of the one, POTUS, Barack Obama:

Dear President Barack Hussein Obama:

map of cuban citiesPlease undertake the mission of understanding this letter. After years, months, weeks, days and whenever I was able to dedicate to those “things” that weigh us down heavily, then through a process of critically making myself aware of the effect, existence, or character of something else and therefore having the ability to see outright the truth of matters that collect upon you, Sir, I wonder if three issues that have been committed by you have been perceived and accepted by you, and if so, I am in wondrous anticipation of what you have said to your daughter’s about the two issues.

Of the first issue — which in my mind is significantly important: How were you able to travel to Cuba and while there fit in a trip to watch a baseball game and do a wave to show your support even though you knew that the terroristic act had taken place in Brussels?

How can the leader of the nation that so many are counting on for help albeit, militarily, financially, refugee status, or for food and shelter, enjoy himself with matters that mean so very little to the entire American population?

carnage in brusselsThen immediately following your recreation time in Cuba, you managed to tango with a voluptuous lady again with further knowledge of what had happened in the blood riddled, bomb bashing, and unfortunately deaths and injuries to those who are in need?

Of my last issue here — within this public letter to you — please understand that I have written to you at the White House, the Oval Office, and to the head custodian hoping to receive something, anything back from you however, to no avail.

Therefore, I ask humbly and filled with modesty about this unfortunate disaster that is happening in our beloved country. I am overly concerned as to why you have never ask my position on matters relative to illegal immigration, runaway visas, the amount of visa overstays especially in colleges and universities from those whom you esteem as the USA’s most prominent resources that of course being foreign students.

Why didn’t you fly back to at least the United States during the unforeseen massacre in Brussels? Sir I believe that this is a civil letter that needs a response by you. Thanking you in advance I remain (one who choose civility),

Yours with regret,

Jon-Paul A. Schilling, ESQ.

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