The Congressional Black Caucus alleges to represent the special interest of Black Americans who have been historically denied to access to equal opportunity. They call it “Black Empowerment”.

However, the members of the Congressional Black Caucus discriminate against poor and minority children by opposing school choice, support racist policies such as Project Labor Agreements, The Davis Bacon Act and Prevailing Wages, as well as minimum wages.

Furthermore, they have helped to set poor people up for failure,who could not afford mortgage loans to live above their means. Sadly, many of those Americans are now either homeless or living with relatives. No longer independent.

The Congressional Black Caucus als support energy policies that have made it increasingly difficult for poor Americans to keep their homes heated in the winters and cooled in the summers.

If that was not enough, the Congressional Black Caucus supports the mass abortion of Black babies.

Nowhere, in any of these policy practices, do I see “empowerment”.

Quite the contrary.

All I see the CBC “empowering” are socialist policies that are destroying American families.

Finally, while the Black Caucus perpetuate a fraud of caring about the best interest of Black Americans, they neglect the responsibility they have, as elected officials, to represent of their constituents fairly and without prejudice. In this, this have failed miserably.

It is time for the Congressional Black Caucus to live up to their responsibilities as Congressional Representatives, by no longer choosing to promote class warfare and so called racial conflicts. It is time for the Congressional Black Caucus to do the right thing.

I am calling on the Congressional Black Caucus to disband and lead the American people. Not just pretend to lead one specific group of Americans.



About sswimp

I am not an "African-American'. I am a proud American, who happens to be of African descent. I am Christian. My personal relationship with Jesus Christ and the Word of God shapes my concepts of what it means to be a conservative. I am Pro Life. Devoted to the principles of free enterprise, limited government,and individual responsibility. I believe in the sanctity of marriage between a man and woman.
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  1. rose4justice says:

    I am not African American, but I am tired of the race and ethnic divisions in America. There isn’t any way to heal a nation and move in the direction that our Framers intended if the American people aren’t all considered equal regardless of race or ethnicity. How can we say we are all Americans if the political activists and federal government continues to tell us that we’re Black or White or Hispanic, or Irish, or Italian or a Mulatto or whatever as if we don’t know who our parents are and our grandparents. Of course, there are bigots and racists, but division and labeling only fuels the fire! Why isn’t everyone treated equally and called Americans and called by their names, period? The youth should be taught that everyone is an American instead of having kids focus on race and ethnicity and class warfare! There isn’t any racial conflicts in heave or class warfare because everyone who makes it to heave is a glorified spirit!

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