Big Brother Barack


Obama Collecting Personal Data for a Secret Race Database

From the article:

A key part of President Obama’s legacy will be the fed’s unprecedented collection of sensitive data on Americans by race. The government is prying into our most personal information at the most local levels, all for the purpose of “racial and economic justice.”

If by justice…does Obama mean that you may be forced to hire someone in spite of the fact that they have a criminal background.

So, does that mean a bank has to hire an embezzler or, a school has to hire a person that is on the sex offender registry? Because after all we wouldn’t want to discriminate.

Obama is going to bring the criminal right to your doorstep. Not to his of course. Yours.

And now are we going to be bogged down with law suits every times someone thinks they have been discriminated against? Regardless if they have a case, or not and tie up the court system?

I don’t begrudge anyone with a legitimate discrimination case. It’s not the legitimate one’s I’m concerned about. Just the frivolous one’s. And who do you think is going to pay for this? Why the taxpayer of course.

The strangest thing to me is that he doesn’t care whether or, not moves like this are going to cause more racial strife.

Then again, his family will be insulated against any of this. They will continue to live in the lap of  luxury all their lives. His children will be going to ivy league colleges and employed at some fortune 500 company or, own one. Count on it.

Anyone who thinks they are going to right the wrong’s of the past truly lives in a fantasy world. You can’t legislate the heart.

The thing that’s really too bad…is that he could have been a President that brought the races together instead of driving them apart. In my opinion, he’s done that on every occasion he opened his mouth. And his “legacy”…will haunt us long after he is gone from office.

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Posted July 20, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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