Monday, October 13, 2014

RE: The Polls

I were just sitting here today and thinking about the good ole USA and once again a very crucial pivotal election is upcoming for people in Texas as I am it truly is a matter of life and death.

I am here in the great state of Texas and they have refused Obama care and everything that looks like Obama. The issue with Ebola and ISIS and fear mongering once again is taking center stage as we know that these people believe that if they scare enough people and keep enough people from voting that somehow they can retain power.

The meaning of them retaining power is deep because unlike Obama the other guys loot the treasury of trillions of dollars for their friends. The story here in Texas is one that incompetence and racist policies has led and will lead to more deaths. I am not surprised that Mr. Duncan died here for the simple fact he went to Presbyterian and did not have any insurance.

The hospital does not allow patients to admit anywhere but Parkland if you are poor and they will say anything to obscure this fact but for those of us dealing with the system here it is clear what happen in that man with Ebola whom presented with a fever over 100 and was sent home with a Tylenol.

The ugly truth is that the people whom need to vote here in Texas don't participate and then complain that we are dying here for a lack of basic respect in terms of healthcare and the candidate that addresses these issues should be the one voted  for here I believe Wendy Davis has to take over that governorship because the stakes are too high for apathy  where is our great preachers I don't have to mention the litany of all stars we have here. Get your people out and mobilized to vote they are the same ones whom need the healthcare.       

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Still a Nigga

I am not stating this in a hostile manner to garner any sympathies but to reflect that old truthful saying that during the course of life history seem to repeat itself.

The gentlemen here is named Dred Scott whom petitioned the government to regain his freedom after being placed in slavery after being free.

The premise of my statements here relates directly to the present. I am crying daily by the clear and apparent danger that Black people live with here in this country. The litany of events are too numerous to document here today but it has been bothering my conscious since Micheal Brown was shot downlike a dog in the street and we watched his body lay there and the police standing as though they were on a hunt and shoot they latest prey.

I noticed several years ago that a majority of your racists and klan types had began to join law enforcement and corrections and abuse the people that they are charged to protect. Which brings us back to the begining. During the supreme court ruling related to our brother Dred the justice of the supreme court unequivocally laid out the foundation on which this nation law rest upon today. and I will leave the statement here to speak for itself.

The opinion by justice Taney was laid out as this: 
"The question is simply this: Can a negro, whose ancestors were imported into this country, and sold as slaves, become a member of the political community formed and brought into existence by the Constitution of the United States, and as such become entitled to all the rights, and privileges, and immunities, guarantied by that instrument to the citizen? One of which rights is the privilege of suing in a court of the United States in the cases specified in the Constitution.

 " According to Taney, the authors of the Constitution had viewed all blacks as "beings of an inferior order, and altogether unfit to associate with the white race, either in social or political relations, and so far inferior that they had no rights which the white man was bound to respect."

These facts are laid out to show why these police officers mainly white feel an inherent privilege and right to kill and desecrate a black person and defile their humanity. I will continue this dialogue at a later time.