Emery McClendon: Remembering Republican Pres. Lincoln’s Role in Black History Month

We seem to be drifting off the course that our Founders gave us to ensure that America would be a great nation, then, now, and into the future.
We need to step back and take a look at the gift that God gave us in 1776.
Where is our hope, our direction, and our path into the future? Have we become so relaxed and dependant upon government that we are willing to abandon the American Dream and follow a new path that leads us back into the wilderness of hopelessness?
Blacks don’t have anyone representing them in govenment.
The Congressional Black Caucus is only looking out for themselves. They have taken sides with the Illegal Aliens for the sake of a new voter base, and are ignoring the people who elected them to serve. It’s time to send them a message.  It’s time to send them home.
All of us are Americans. We are one nation, but we have forgotten what it means to be an American. Many of us have lost our will to strive to be better.
Blacks and White’s have been ignored for the sacrifices that they have given in the fight for equality, and to keep the hope of freedom alive.
Many White soldiers died to rid this country of slavery during the Civil War. Many Blacks joined the cause and fought with them.
Shall we allow those sacrifices to be forgotten? We must always remember those who serve our country in the Armed Forces, no matter what era that they served in. It is because of them that America remains a free nation. It is because of their sacrifices that we enjoy the benefits of living in the greatest nation on earth.
It was Abraham Lincoln that freed the slaves, but there is no mention of that during Black History Month. Why is that?  His action lead to the beginning of a new era of possibly for Blacks living in America. It brought the opportunity to unite us as a nation.
Those who are in a position to help Blacks pursue the American Dream only talk about VICTIMHOOD and failure of the government to provide for Blacks. What ever happened to pride and accountability for oneself?  Their message is one of defeatism and is old news.
It’s time to move on.
The Democrats have ruined the Black family, and have found a new Minority to keep them in positions of power.  They have turned their backs on their own districts, and have become rich while their districts have sunken into poverty. They fail to embrace Capitalism and have followed Progressive Socialist policies.
Civil rights laws were passed because of Republicans. Democrats have as their goal to diminish our rights and control our lives through big government and a New Word Order that will leave us defenseless, dependent, and powerless.
Our Republic was not given to us to hand over power to a ruling class. It is a government for “We The People.”
We must awaken and rekindle the fire of Freedom and Liberty.
We must unite and and work together and put America First.
We have a Republic IF we can keep it.
Let’s not give away the last bastion of hope for the world.lets join together and walk down the path that our Founders gave us to greatness.
“FREEDOM And LIBERTY / USE Them Or LOSE Them.”

Emery McClendon

Emery McClendon of Fort Wayne, Indiana, is married to Queenie, they are the parents of three sons. He served in the U.S. Air Force, the Indiana Air Guard, is a former Ft. Wayne Police Reserve Officer, Allen County Sheriff Deputy, and Indiana State Trooper. He is a life member of the DAV. Emery organized Amateur Radio communications for the national Glen Beck Rally For The Troops in 2003, and founded Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day www.armad.net. After visiting the White House in 2007 he became involved in politics as a speaker, Tea Party Leader, and state coordinator for Tea Party Patriots. He organized the Fort Wayne Tea Party Rally with Dr. Alan Keyes, the keynote speaker. He received the Americans For Prosperity / Rightonline 2010 "Activist Of The Year" award, The Amateur Radio Dayton Hamvention Special Achievement Award, The Madison County Indiana "American" Award, The Indiana Distinguished Hoosier Award; and a U.S. Flag was flown in his honor at Flallugah, Iraq. Recipient 2010 Americans For Prosperity "Activist Of The Year Award" www.armad.net Contact Emery at [email protected]

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