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Patton: 1965 'Tangle of Pathology' is a 2012 Reality

By Doug Patton

As the national media and the establishment of both parties begin their obligatory mocking of Rick Santorum — arguably the new GOP frontrunner — for his passionate yet well-reasoned defense of innocent human life, traditional marriage, fidelity, monogamy and conservative family values, it is worth noting that he is absolutely right about the havoc the sexual revolution and the welfare state have wrought upon America.

In 1965, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, then a Labor Department official, released an alarming report about the number of black children born to unwed mothers. The percentage at that time was 25 percent. In the years that followed, Moynihan went on to become a United States Senator from New York, and the percentage of out-of-wedlock births among African-American mothers soared to today's level of 73 percent.

That is higher than the rate during the years when parts of America still practiced slavery. Ponder that fact for a moment. In 1850, when black men, women and children in several of the states could be ripped from their loved ones and sold as property, a higher percentage of their children were being born and raised in marriage-based, two parent families than there are a century and half later, in 2012.

This troubling fact is reflective of what Moynihan once called "a tangle of pathology." Indeed. And in 2012 that tangle has ramifications for every aspect of society, as the percentage of unwed white mothers has risen sharply to rates higher than the ones that so alarmed Moynihan about blacks in the 1960s. In fact, the combined rates for unwed American mothers of all races have climbed to a staggering 41 percent.

In the case of women under age 30, the rate now stands at 53 percent.

The tangle of pathology that Moynihan feared has come to pass, and Santorum is right to point out the catastrophic results. He tells us the truth about all the terrible consequences of these pathologies — and yet it is he, not Barack Obama, who is ridiculed for his values. Why? Santorum fought in the United States Senate for the sanctity of innocent human life. Obama fought in the Illinois Legislature to allow abortionists the right to kill babies after they have been born. Which man shares your values?

Santorum believes in traditional marriage, and pledges to fight for it as president. Obama thinks homosexuals should be allowed to marry each other, as evidenced by the fact that he has instructed his Justice Department not to defend the federal Defense of Marriage Act in the courts. Which one represents you?

Santorum believes that religious institutions should not be forced to pay for contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs that violate their beliefs. Obama believes that a woman's "right" to these drugs free of charge trumps the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Which is the greater threat to your liberty?

Santorum believes that each and every human life should be precious in our eyes because that life is precious in the eyes of God. Obama says he doesn't want his daughters "punished with a baby." Whose view do you share?

Santorum knows that children born to a woman who gets at least a high school education and waits until after she is married to become pregnant are far less likely to end up in poverty. Obama wants as much poverty as he can foster, because it allows him to be the savior of all the victims he has created. Whose America is your America?

Santorum believes individuals have the right to choice in education, choice in health care, choice in employment. "Choice" for Obama only applies to abortion. What's your choice?

A 53 percent out-of-wedlock birth rate among America's young women is as unsustainable as Obama's profligate spending. I cannot imagine a starker contrast than nominating Rick Santorum to oppose Barack Obama in November. It would be a clash of values like none we have seen in our lifetime. Nothing less than the future of the country and the next generation is at stake.

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Doug Patton describes himself as a recovering political speechwriter who agrees with himself much more often than not. Now working as a freelance writer, his weekly columns of sage political analysis are published the world over by legions of discerning bloggers, courageous webmasters and open-minded newspaper editors. Astute supporters and inane detractors alike are encouraged to e-mail him with their pithy comments at dougpatton@cox.net.

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GOPUSA's Editor's Note: For further information on US births see:
'For Women Under 30, Most Births Occur Outside Marriage'
'The collapse of family life: Most children in U.S. born out of wedlock'

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  1. inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
    February 21, 2012 @ 9:21 am

    When you worship at the feet of a secular socialist ideology whose prime motive is economic and moral enslavement, why are you then surprised that the first thing on their socialist agenda is to divide, destroy and redefine the very American family unit which is the main obstacle to preventing their conquest of Christian based America? Those who would first conquer must first drive out the strength from the body of the American family (Traditional manhood ), then weaken those males who survive the assault via homosexuality and heterosexual debauchery in order to disarm the family unit to allow the moral and economic enslave of the remaining mother and children in dependency to the state. If anyone in their right mind cannot look about them and see the preplanned assault on our traditional American values ,morality and culture by the would be Socialist conquerors of our souls and wealth,,,, then we have indeed become blind and hypnotized as a nation. These liberals have indeed transformed the once proud independent American people of leadership into hollow minded brain dead dependent zombie followers, empty in spirit, who now roam the land with arms and hands out and glazed looks of disorientation. Wake up calls and wakeup time is now upon us before it is too late. You cannot separate social issues from the economic debate as the former is the cause of our problems in the latter. All politics is indeed local, beginning with the locality and political assault upon of the American family.

    Santorum needs to stay the course and strike at the heart of the enemy and his ideology which is socialism, which is indeed what the enemy worships.

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    • kenpocaComment by kenpoca
      February 21, 2012 @ 11:26 am

      We cannot ignore the 45 Communist Goals, entered into the Congressional Record in ’63, which clearly illustrate the systematic effort to destroy the traditional foundations of American culture and society. http://www.uhuh.com/nwo/communism/comgoals.htm

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      February 21, 2012 @ 12:52 pm

      These 45 Communist Goals of 1963 are prophetic and scary, and right out of the Obama, Pelosi, Reid political playbook.

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  2. DaveComment by Dave
    February 21, 2012 @ 9:39 am

    The current generation is also at stake. At stake is the the entire American Experiment, the heritage left to us from the Founding Fathers, the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of every single person who desires freedom in the world.

    Of the incompetents currently in the race for GOP Nomination, Santorum is the least undesirable. What does this say about the state of American Politics? Is anyone else shocked silly?

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    • Texas GuyComment by TexasGuy
      February 21, 2012 @ 9:48 am

      Anyone who is “shocked silly” had their head in the sand four years ago. If McCain and Obamass were the two best we could come up with out of a nation of 300 million people, then this is a sad country indeed.

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    • tellitlikeitis2Comment by tellitlikeitis2
      February 21, 2012 @ 10:20 am

      Dave

      Current generation at stake? Everything is at stake and we’ve already lost our country for those of you who don’t know it. People aren’t walking around like zombies because they don’t know, they don’t care, and most seem to like the changes that are being forced on the rest of us. People better wake up to the fact that we’re living in a country where most people agree with liberals and many are already wide awake.

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  3. Peg #KeepKidsSafeComment by Peg #KeepKidsSafe
    February 21, 2012 @ 9:52 am

    Comment by inluminatuo
    That is the perfect way to describe what is happening to this country….Zombies, like they show on the movies….that is what our great society has turned into. Obama has mesmerized millions of people….why? Common sense tells you that to be a good person, work hard and give to the less fortunate what you can, is a natural God given gift. To be ordered to work, not depend on God, and give what “THEY” want, is Socialistic. Obama needs to be replaced with an exact opposite! There should be room for compromise but Socialism is not a compromise in any way shape or form. My mama always said “THEY” is the devil…..think about it, she was right.

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      February 21, 2012 @ 12:59 pm

      “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn’t exist.”

      Such is the audacity of progressive cognitive dissonance.,,,,,,,,or How dare you challenge my Democrat secular based Christian religious beliefs! American Christians need to spool up,get in the game, challenge the real enemy and play like there is no tomorrow!,,,,because there may not be one.

      “One of the penalties of not participating in politics is that you will be
      governed by your inferiors.” ~ Plato

      Enter the entire Democrat Party

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  4. Jim OsbornComment by Jim Osborn
    February 21, 2012 @ 9:53 am

    What people need to realize (and the Mainstream Media needs to reinforce) is that abstaining from sexual activity before marriage is the wisest way to be. Needless to say, in our society today this is a very difficult practice to maintain. There are so few television shows even featuring married couples. Look at the most popular series on TV, NCIS. How many of the characters are married? One. The least visible, and the most cantankerous, the Director. Everyone else has divorced three times or is single. And most of the singles are trying to get into bed with someone, especially Tony. What kind of example to America is this? Is there any question why children are being born outside of marriage?
    On the bright side, I wish everyone in the country would see “Extremely Loud, Incredibly Close.” It is extremely, incredibly family oriented. So Hollywood hasn’t completely lost its senses.

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    • gimmesometruthComment by gimmesometruth
      February 21, 2012 @ 12:10 pm

      Jim: I salute your insight into one leg of a multi-legged stool. We parent’s and leader’s have abdicated our God-given role to protect our most precious possession, our children. We have flung open our door’s and invited in the ENEMY through TV, paper’s & periodicals, and finally the internet over the coarse of the last 50 years. We’ve naively sent them out to be educated in order for them to be productive members of society, only to find out later that their educators were also their brain-washers. This gradual erosion of fundamental American values has culminated in what we currently see around this nation. You reap what you sow, and we are reaching critical mass tipover. Is it too late to rewind and rollback? – NO! Will it be easy? – HELL NO! The journey begins with the first step. Honorable Americans must unite and recommit themselves to our foundational truth’s and values which transcend political affiliations. And so, if a TV program comes on which you don’t feel reinforces your values, then change the channel. If magazines & books come in the house which you feel are offensive, then discard them. Monitor your child’s use of the internet by placing parental controls on it’s access. Ask for, and review, the textbooks that are being used in your child’s school. We – me included – have left too much authority to the so-called experts, and it’s time to take it back where it belongs, where God intended it to be.

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    • gimmesometruthComment by gimmesometruth
      February 21, 2012 @ 12:20 pm

      My Bad! I should have also included the music that comes into our homes via radio, CD, and itunes.

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  5. Judy CapistrantComment by Judy Capistrant
    February 21, 2012 @ 10:26 am

    Brilliant article! Thank you. Wish it could be heard from every communication source available. Mr. Obama is a VERY dangerous man, and his slick tongue have beguiled far too many. It reminds me of what happened with Hitler, Marx, Lenin, etc.

    People did not SEE what the words really MEANT for their future, and it is happening again, here, only this time the millions killed are the precious little ones in the womb, killed for a variety of selfish reasons, even because they are a girl, the handicapped child who may, in the very near future, be deemed not “worthy” of any more medical help, (actually, there are cases about this now…) or the elderly, as my mother was, deemed not having a sufficient “quality of life”, and so are just left to die, w/o even an IV for liquids. Dehydration is a terrible death. Dear Lord, please WAKE UP AMERICA, in any way needed, BEFORE it is too late.

    Thank you again and Christ’s peace!

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  6. JDZComment by JDZ
    February 21, 2012 @ 11:11 am

    If half of the children born in this country are to unwed mothers, do we understand why that is happening? Is it ignorance of how one gets pregnant, or is it by design? Is it because many women do not want to get married? Is it because women are allowing men to “use” them? Is it because the government has implemented so many social programs that it has become a “way of life” in the high density urban communities and having children is a way of getting more government subsidy funding.

    There was a true story about an African American woman (could apply to any ethnic or race) who was being interviewed by a reporter doing a story about inner city social problems, and he asked this lady what her life was like and her general circumstances. She proudly said that she was the “breadwinner” of her family and that her job was to have the children that drove how much government funding her family could qualify to receive. She had mothered eight children who were then put in foster care managed by her mother and by working the government system, their scheme allowed them to collect the equivalent of $155,000 per year in income from the government in various chunks like welfare, food stamps, foster care subsidies, etc.

    The point being, that although the incidence of children born to unwed mothers is out of control, the root causes can range from accidental to by design (for different reasons) and I have not read or heard any in depth analyses that succinctly explains why this is happening.

    I do agree that our culture has changed dramatically away from family values and the family unit as a core part of our way of life. It is a move in a direction that is undermining our ability to coalesce around a set of traditional American values which provide the basis for setting the direction of the country in all aspects that affect the American experiment. This article clearly shows the differences between Santorum (who represents our traditional American values) and Obama who embraces the liberalized set of values that basically allow any behavior to be rationalized.

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    • pistol packing mamaComment by txgoatlady
      February 21, 2012 @ 11:44 am

      Funny how the free birth control provided by Planned Parenthood and others hasn’t seemed to curb this trend. Instead, it has increased promiscuity and the incidence of disease and even emergence of new diseases. How would PP and the liberals like to explain that trend?

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    • julesv29Comment by julesv29
      February 21, 2012 @ 11:54 am

      When sex education is being taught to kindergarters it should tell us how far society has devolved. Children should not be robbed of their innocence. Agenda 21 is doing this—all pushed by the “progressive liberals”. WHY do kids need to know about sex? What kind of perverts do we have teaching our children. Little kids hug and kiss because that’s what you do when you love someone. We have adults who are “concerned” that another child has make “sexual advances”. This kind of thinking, along with “free love” from the sixties has degraded what should be an act between two people who love each other and get married, into just sex sharing. Public schools should NOT be teaching anything to do with sex.

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    • gimmesometruthComment by gimmesometruth
      February 21, 2012 @ 1:19 pm

      JDZ: Your legitimate question as to why this situation exists will not be answered by “The Experts”, or by the MSM. Their function is to act as social ‘bundlers’ steering vulnerable targets toward the ‘approved’ solutions – ‘unwed parenting or Planned Parenthood. The genesis of this social catastrophy can be explained by single-parent households where family sanctions against this behavior are trumped by survival. No father figure, no way to learn how to ‘man-up’, or to inculcate a respect for women. Low self-esteem leads to seeking it where it does not exist. Bad decisions beget bad decisions. I watched a great movie this past weekend called ‘Courageous’, which I recommend to everyone.

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  7. donaComment by dona
    February 21, 2012 @ 11:22 am

    I appreciate the stark contrast between Santorum and Obama. Santorum has my vote. Let’s hope there are enough values voters to get him elected. That would really be the change we need!

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  8. jvanconantComment by jvanconant
    February 21, 2012 @ 11:24 am

    53% out of wedlock, CRAZY, just think if you factored in the aborted ones…..

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    • pistol packing mamaComment by txgoatlady
      February 21, 2012 @ 11:48 am

      Yikes! I think the 73% statistic for African-American women is tragic. And they have a higher percentage of abortions when compared to their representation of the total population. How can these liberals claim to care about poverty and blacks when their policies have done nothing but increase poverty and harm blacks?

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    • TRUTHTELLERComment by TRUTHTELLER
      February 21, 2012 @ 12:58 pm

      Txgoatlady,

      The answer to your question is, that all of this permiscuity and debauchery creates more dependant victims, for which Obummer and his gang of Commies will become heros to, when they give these victims more money and stuff.

      Simple equation: More dependant victims = more votes.

      It seems to be working.

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  9. GHUComment by GHU
    February 21, 2012 @ 11:37 am

    Thank you Mr. Patton for your very accurate article. We have all seen the tragic results of the liberal philosophy on moral issues and our society. Obama and Progressive/ Marxists are a perfect example of all the reasons why the USA is in the downward spiral it is in.

    Obama and the Democrat controlled media want to portray Rick Santorum as some crazy religious nut, when it is they who are way over the far left cliff in their beliefs. Think about it…..Obama and the Democrats believe exactly what Planned Parenthood does……you should have sex anytime, anywhere and with anyone or anything (starting in grade school). They will give you contraceptive pills, condoms and when they fail they will give you abortifacients or abortion……and want YOU to pay for it with your taxes! There are no morals in their world….just moral relativism.

    That’s why we NEED someone like Rick Santorum to counteract this abominable immoral state we find ourselves in today. Wake up America!

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  10. thedoveComment by thedove
    February 21, 2012 @ 12:35 pm

    I’m nearly 75, and don’t recognize the country I’m living in as a natural evolution of the country in which I was raised. No, I’m not saying the “good ol’ days” were all good, we had our problems then, as well. Stripping all the superficial changes in material goods, I think the one thing I miss most is the pride people once had in themselves and in the things they accomplished. I see very little for many of today’s young adults to be proud of. The example given above of the baby factory living off the taxpayers is a good one; sixty years ago, a woman in her position would be ashamed and trying to keep her status secret, not bragging about it.

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    • newsjunkyComment by newsjunky
      February 21, 2012 @ 2:00 pm

      “Pathology” I believe is the operative word to all our woes — otherwise known in layman’s terms as “sin.”

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    • TomPFComment by TomPF
      February 21, 2012 @ 5:48 pm

      I’m “only” 50 and I’m having the same issue. In grade school in the 60′s, I knew ONE, maybe TWO kids who had divorced folks. Now they nearly all are! We homeschooled our kids for grades 1-5, and when they started going to public school, they came home and said, “Dad, when are you and Mom getting a divorce?” We were aghast and responded together: “NEVER”! That’s all the saw among their classmates though. Very sad commentary.

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    • Texas GuyComment by Texas Guy
      February 21, 2012 @ 7:16 pm

      Some years ago, I owned game room that catered to kids. I got to know many of them fairly well, and after a while I noticed that it was highly unusual for any child to have the same last name as his/her mother.

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  11. WillComment by Will
    February 21, 2012 @ 12:41 pm

    Why are conservatives wanting to talk about social issues or elect a non-fiscal person? All current or past Washington DC insiders (elected or appointed federal officials) are bad. The only primary issue is to fix the continuing bad economy and country financial direction. If not, the country will transform into some social or communist or dictator environment and all past, current, and future family value’s and principle’s issues will be gone. So, let us focus on all aspects of the economy and get Obama and dems out of office. Obama has been acting like a dictator from his first day in office and conservatives are not focused on him, i.e, stimulus, Obamacare, green energy companies, reduced military.

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    • MattNComment by MattN
      February 22, 2012 @ 10:02 am

      It is because they both matter. The economy is just part of the equation. The social issues are what cause many of the econimic problems we have.

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  12. grunionComment by grunion
    February 21, 2012 @ 2:44 pm

    As something of a philosopher observer the overwhelming collective behavior seems almost insane.
    People seem self-absorbed and self-serving foremost and all else is incidental.
    That bone head in our White House was elected because people have come to the conclusion that hard work, devotion, empathy and charity are the deeds of a chump and they deserve to be milked dry because they are too stupid to see the government wrest hard earned money from the chumps and give it to the players.
    The role the rich have in allthis will follow tomorrow.

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  13. TomPFComment by TomPF
    February 21, 2012 @ 5:44 pm

    Doug, you confuse this issue with WAY too many facts! The libs aren’t going to like that and they’ll just shout you down like they always do.

    Sarcasm aside Doug, you’re RIGHT ON again as usual! ;)

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  14. KathleenComment by Kathleen
    February 21, 2012 @ 6:56 pm

    So glad to see others as mortified by our fellow Americans, who seem positively intoxicated by our current state of affairs. Nothing bothers them, everything’s cool. Why are we such sticks in the mud, putting down their president, making trouble over abortion, assaults by this administration against religious freedom, etc? Everything is religions fault, because as one genius said in a comment yesterday, “all religion is ****”. We’ve found Plato’s replacement.

    I am as concerned about the dumbing down of America as our political situation. We’ll be fortunate to get one more good election out of this old country. The young get ever more “tolerant” (as was hoped, guess public education has been successful!), and there doesn’t seem to be enough people who are interested enough in politics to analyze the situation. My entire family is completely uninterested, most don’t vote or follow politics. I’ve failed. They don’t go to church either, so what does that say. I failed again. Apparently I’ve made no impression on anybody!

    I see it as exactly as Jesus has stated it, it is a war between the sheep and the goats. The sheep may have one more election of Head Sheep, if we all get together and agree to run with the same herd come November, no matter who is nominated. I mean, I will support ANYONE, ANYONE, who is nominated by the GOP, and I will NOT complain, I will champion that candidate to everyone, put a bumper sticker on my car, give a bit of cash, vote, and will try to convince others to vote for that candidate.
    We can elect our own Head Sheep, or we can just continue to allow the wolf to run things, after all, he has our best interests at heart.

    By the way, Doug, I say this as a happily married woman, some people do get better looking the older they get. You are one of them. You go guy! =)

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    • JDZComment by JDZ
      February 21, 2012 @ 8:18 pm

      You have simplified the strategy going forward as it is basically a “No Vote” against the current incumbent regardless of who the candidate turns out to be. And, by the way, I am jealous of Doug.

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  16. siquijorislandComment by siquijorisland
    February 22, 2012 @ 5:19 am

    Presumptuous ignorance is a often exhibited habit of American liberals who exhibit with great feeling the unearned moral superiority, in their drive to force personal wish lists on other people. If liberals truly believed their philosophy and politics, they wouldn’t be worried about opposition.
    Instead, they act as if they believe their position is so weak and indefensible that the only recourse to convince people to adopt their beliefs is to silence all opposing points of view.
    If you feel defeated you are, this is their goal. However this is not the way of Americans to give up so easily. You did it in 2010 now do it in 2012.

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  17. Lech DharmaComment by Lech Dharma
    February 22, 2012 @ 3:30 pm

    “America” lost the sexual revolution. The fact that we even have term such as “my baby-daddy” in our lexicon–and there is no stigma attached to it—is proof.

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  18. William GoodmanComment by William Goodman
    March 4, 2012 @ 12:17 pm

    Patton’s argument is very well stated. This should be considered in addition to what he says: While African-Americans make up about 11% of the population, the killing of African-American babies in the womb make up 38% of the abortions carried out today. Do you think Barack Obama cares that the Democrats are committing genocide on the African-American race? Not no, but hell no!

    There are other issues involving the development of African-American children’s brains that should be considered, but my recommending the book “The Bell Curve” by Herrnstein and Murray would be blasphemy. Too bad. The Democrat/Liberal mindset is seriously harming our African-American brothers and sisters, and no one cares.

    Pray for sanity.

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