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America, Under New Management: A “Minority’S” Guide to Understanding the “Angry" Tea Party/Republicans

America, Under New Management: A “Minority’S” Guide to Understanding the “Angry" Tea Party/Republicans

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America, Under New Management: A “Minority’S” Guide to Understanding the “Angry" Tea Party/Republicans

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Sep 9, 2011
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Once upon a time in North America, an African American named Barack Hussein Obama became President of the United States of America. The very next day after his inauguration, over 100 white new Militia's were started; the tea party was launched, and Republican so called conservatives began plotting to remove the new President by any means necessary! This book offers a crash course no "pun" intended to understand the Republican Parties ideology, philosophy, aims, and purpose. After reading America Under new Management you will have a clear understanding of the "unclear" yet destructive pledge Republicans have planned for most of America. Contrary to conservative pundits and politicians, the sole ingredients to "world peace" do not consist of conservatism, capitalism, or selfishness. Rather, a balance of conservatism, liberalism, and true equality is the winning combination for America. Today Republicans have declared all out war on anything liberal! Their radical rhetoric and code names used for the President is validating the belief that racism is stronger then ever. Final thought Since America's beginning, many of her minorities haven't felt the American pride for obvious reasons. Ironically, for the first time in American history through the election of President Barack Obama, masses of minorities were overcome with new American pride. Many of us actually never thought this day would ever happen and Republicans/Tea Partiers are hell bent on making sure it never happens again!






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Contents

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1

Republican History

Chapter 2

Conservative View of Civilizations

Chapter 3

Conservative Corporate America

Chapter 4

America’s Subtle But Clear Classification System

Chapter 5

Class-o-nomics

Chapter 6

Republican Politics

Chapter 7

REPUBLICAN TRICKS and HYPOCRISY

Chapter 8

Republican’s so called Pledge to America

Chapter 9

Response to Republicans Pledge to America

Chapter 10

The Tea Party and the AMERICAN AFRICAN

Chapter 11

DELUSIONAL THOUGHTS CANNOT PRODUCE REAL SOLUTIONS

Chapter 12

NATURAL LEADER

About the Author

Preface

This book offers a crash course no pun intended to understand the Republican Parties ideology, philosophy, aims, and purpose. After this delightful and informative read you will have a clear understanding of the unclear yet destructive pledge Republicans have planned for most of America. I would also like to make it clear that this is not an attack on the entire Republican Party just those who have allowed the Tea Party to hijack the Party for what appears to be erroneous purposes!

Contrary to Republican/conservative pundits and politicians, the sole ingredients to world peace do not consist of conservatism, capitalism, or Anglo Saxon supremacy. Rather, a balance of conservatism and liberalism is the winning combination for America. Today Republicans have declared all out war on anything liberal! Those Republicans that do not wish to be looked at as imperialist, racist or just plain old stupid should stand up and denounce the current tactics and propaganda being pushed by their radical out of control party. You are either for total truth; complete freedom, pure equality, and divine justice or you are against it! We have been told that in America, all men are created equal. However, it seems that Republicans are showing their unwillingness to work with someone other than their own kind. Many American minorities have believed for years that the true dish served them did not match the equality rhetoric. Discrimination, injustice, and inequality were breakfast, lunch and dinner. The radical rhetoric of today from the Tea party/Republican is validating this belief. Since America’s beginning, many American minorities didn’t feel the American pride for obvious reasons. The election of President Barack Obama changed all that. For the first time in American history masses of minorities were overcome with American pride. We actually never thought this would happen and Republicans are hell bent on making sure it never happens again. Such haters!

Introduction

While I was sitting in a VA Medical Center lobby, our President, Barack H. Obama was giving a speech on television when a veteran yelled out: give him some watermelon and chicken! Honestly, is anyone surprised?

Once upon a time in North America, an African American named Barack Hussein Obama became President of the United States of America. The very next day after his inauguration, over 100 white new Militia’s were started; the tea party was launched, and coincidently Republicans so called conservatives began plotted to remove the new President by any means necessary! They immediately began using code language to incite rage, hatred, and complete division. After decades upon decades of racial disparity, the nation finally demonstrates her ability to live up to its creed and Republicans immediately circle the wagons, unanimously declaring the first Black President the worst in all of America’s history within six months of his presidency! They say; they don’t like the direction the country is headed in under the leadership of President Barack Obama, and vow to take us all back in time. There so called pledge to America is not a futurist pledge but rather a blast from the past. What do these radicals have in store for the rest of us? If a second class American citizen managing to rise to the top executive position of the free world has the radical Repubs so outraged were they ever really about equality? Was the election of Senator Obama our nation’s spiritual test? Was it a natural progression, a phenomenon that was destined to happen? What happens if we as a nation reject him without true merit or just cause? Sure things are tough right now, but if we allow the tricks and lies of the radical emerging party to taint our view of things will there be a spiritual punishment to reap or will business go on as usual in this day and time?

Daily Mantra;

We the people of planet earth petition almighty God to use his power, might, and force to bring down all governments that do not promote true freedom, true justice, and equality! May all unjust Nations be destroyed and never be permitted to rise again! May God restore order throughout planet earth and may we once again be ruled by truth.

You’re either with it or against it.

Chapter 1

Republican History

Conservatism: a political and social philosophy that promotes the maintenance of traditional institutions and supports minimal and gradual change in society.

The term was introduced during the time of the French Revolution (1700’s) and the sole goal is to keep things as they are. Modernization and change are kryptonite to Conservatives. British politician Edmund Burke, the grandfather of Conservatives was very opposed to the French Revolution and American Conservatives were opposed to Roosevelt’s New Deal. This resistance to social changes is how the Republican Party lost the Black vote in America.

Background:

The Republican Party of 1854 is very different from the party today. In fact, initially it wasn’t all that conservative by definition. Noble beginning’s of anti-slavery prompted members of the Whigs and Free Soil Democrats to mobilize in opposition to Stephen Douglas. In January 1854 Douglas’s introduction of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, was a bill which repealed the 1820 Missouri Compromise prohibition on slavery in the Louisiana Purchase territories. The party at that time was also radically progressive emphasizing higher education, sound banking, and the modernization of railroads, industry and cities. They promised free homesteads to farmers and passionately believed that free-market labor was superior to slave labor. Today, they want a rigged market along with economic slavery of American citizens beholden to corporations, and they definitely don’t believe in giving Americans anything for free! Anyway, this newly formed Party was a conglomerate of various party members with a clear vision. Many of the Democrats who joined up were rewarded with governorships, U.S. Senate or House of Representatives seats. The first statewide convention was held on July 6, 1854. Believe it or not the Republican Party was not founded in the South contrary to what it seems today. The party initially had its base in the Northeast and Midwest and launched its first national convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in February 1856, with its first national nominating convention held in the summer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ironically there were few efforts to organize the party in the South. In 1856, John C. Frémont ran as the first Republican nominee for President. His political slogan was: "Free soil, free labor, free speech, free men, Frémont. Wow! Today a Republican’s slogan reads more like Big oil, cheap labor, rhetoric speech, white men. Frémont lost his bid but showed a strong base dominating in New England, New York, Midwest, and had a strong presence in the rest of the North.

Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican President (1861-1865) his election ended the domination of the Democrats which had existed since the days of Andrew Jackson. Lincoln was successful in uniting the factions of his party. He also wasn’t afraid to challenge his own party either. When Lincoln added the abolition of slavery as a war goal most of the state Republican parties accepted the antislavery goal except Kentucky. The Congress, also passed major legislation to promote drastic changes like, a national banking system, the first temporary income tax, paper money issued without backing (greenbacks), a huge national debt, homestead laws, railroads, and aid to education and agriculture.

The Republicans denounced the peace-oriented Democrats as disloyal Copperheads and won enough War Democrats to maintain their majority in 1862; in 1864, they formed a coalition with many War Democrats as the National Union Party which reelected Lincoln easily. Lincoln was assassinated on Good Friday, April 14, 1865

Ulysses S. Grant was the first Republican president to serve for two full terms; (1869-1877) the Radical Republicans had control of Congress, the party and the Army. They attempted to build a solid Republican base in the South using the votes of Freedmen, Scalawags and Carpetbaggers:

•    Scalawags — a derogatory term (originally describing worthless livestock) applied to native white Southerners who supported the federal reconstruction plan and cooperated with the blacks in order to achieve their ends. Some of the scalawags were entirely above board, having opposed the Confederacy in earlier times and later wanted a new South to emerge from the rubble. Others cooperated with or served in the Republican governments in order to avail themselves of money-making opportunities.

•    Carpetbaggers—also a term of disrespect, applied to Northerners who went South during Reconstruction, motivated by either profit or idealism. The name referred to the cloth bags many of them used for transporting their possessions. Many were sincerely interested in aiding the freedom and education of the former slaves.

Republicans all across the South formed local clubs called Union Leagues that effectively mobilized the voters, discussed issues, and when necessary fought off Ku Klux Klan (KKK) attacks. President Grant also supported the Fourteenth Amendment and equal civil

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