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There are numerous smart black conservatives and your voices should be listened to and considered. I hope you and your followers are able to get your voices out on a larger platform. #CBU Conservative Black Union
Best wishes for your cause."
let me first start off by saying your web sight brought tears to my eyes. I thought Dr. Carson, and Lloyd Marcus ( American Thinker) to name a couple where
about the only conservative African American’s in existence. An exaggeration to be sure, but I don’t come in contact with AA’s except in the news. I’ve only read
a few of your articles, but so far I have seen no bias only cold hard facts…………..from a middle class white senior citizen.
I will take a small exception with your statement “it takes a two parents”. This is from a white guy’s perspective. At age 8 my mother (?) dropped me off at a
Chinese orphanage ( half white half Chinese), where I spent 4 years. Following that was a series of foster homes, none more than two years. One such home had
7 kids, three blood children and four foster kids. Things I remember………..7 kids sitting on the couch watching TV when the Mrs. announces time to do the dishes.
4 kids jump up……guess which ones. Being a ward of the court I understood and excepted that, but what I couldn’t accept was her telling us she loved us like her
own. Also she said their was no profit in looking after us. Stevi please understand this, she was getting $125. Per month for each did. This was early 50’s dollars.
hell their house payment wasn’t even 100 a month. After a fashion I didn’t want to live there anymore, and my only choice was juvi , that was ok with me as I knew
I wasn’t a criminal. My friends were all colors and all names…..spick, spook kraut, mex, white trash if that didn’t work we started on their mothers. At the end of the day
we left with our arms around each other while trying to figure which “MOTHER” we could con into giving us ice cream!!! Where are those days??
After that there were 2 more foster homes. The last one was an older lady and her retired husband who also had 4 foster kids, which helped supplement his
retirement income. That was not a problem for me I understood and appreciated her loving ways. I knew we were foster, but we were loved like her own which
had already left the nest. Same mix of friends, lots of arguments, but don’t remember any fist fights, hell I was 5 foot nothing and Robert (the black kid) was
just short of 6 feet, and by that time I learned about self preservation, and honestly in those situations he was “SIR”. Don’t get me wrong I never hesitated to give
him a “ration”…..but I was always at least an arms length and ready to “book”. Hell he was too busy laughing at me to give chase anyway. Where are those days??
I was out in the world by 17(?) and the first thing I learned…if I wanted to eat I had to work. The best place I found to find work was the unemployment office.
I remember after a few years and a couple of dead end truck driving jobs I went to the employment office for the third day in a row, the man said you really want a job!!
He ask me what I wanted to do, and I told him I wanted to drive a transit bus (union work). He said he could do that, but I would have to drive a truck for a little
while longer. Anyway when I started at transit there were about 100 drivers and 75 give or take were black. Every one of them were happy-go-lucky…..well except
one….and I would later understand why. While in training I would stop and pick up a fair and with a big smile and a thank you stash the dollar in my back pocket.
My training instructor (a big black guy) would laugh and go no, no, no, and STEAL the dollar from my pocket and put it in the thingy. Where are those days??
At a very early age I learned my “meal ticket” was at the employment office, and when sent to a job, do what was asked in a 60 style work ethic. I guess I could
have saved you some time and just said …… it doesn’t take two parents it only takes a work ethic and the employment office.
It does my heart a world of good to read your blog, it is appreciated. I guess I wouldn’t call it conservative, I’d be happy if everyone were moral, and honest.
Keep up the good work!!! Friend Bob
"To whom it may concern:
I came across your website from a comment posted on Breitbart. In reading through all your webpages, It appears evident that the authors of much of, if not all, of the content are black.
I want to thank you for your courage to stand for truth in the face of withering hostility you will or already do face in this time of broken race relations. I could not agree more with everything you post on your website. No one has to accept their lot in life. Through hard work and good decisions, you can bring about change.
In a time where the media is monumentally corrupt and dishonest, it is people like you who will open the eyes of others and help us get people in this country back to understanding that there really is equal opportunity for every one.
The problem now is that many dont understand that there is a correlation between how hard someone is willing to work to better themselves and the opportunities that come their way.
Keep up the good work!!!!!