Anyone who disagrees with President Obama has been labeled a “racist”. Those who attend tea parties have been labeled “Nazi”. If you don’t like what this administration has done, and speak out against it, according to the Speaker of the House, you are “unamerican”.
Taxes must be raised on the “rich” as, according to our President, they are the “greedy” ones who sit back and reap their rewards off the backs of the “poor”. Let’s forget for the moment that the “poor” wouldn’t have a job, but for the “rich”.
We have an Imam who wants to build a Mosque near the site of Ground Zero.
And now, we have a “pastor” in Florida who wants to burn a copy of the Koran in a ceremony on Saturday, September 11.
All of the above labels and actions fit nicely within our concepts of freedom of speech, and freedom of religion. But, are they right?
To me, they are not.
All they do is divide us into small fractionalized groups. And, the more fractionalized we become the more we forget how we began…
“We the people of the United States…”