Democrats want everyone to think that blacks are monolithic.
Take, for example, that little statistic of the voting habits of black Americans. It ranges anywhere from 90% to 96% of the vote going to the Democratic candidate, depending upon the race, the region of the country and the contest. One small detail is missing though . . . less than 30% of blacks even vote. So if you take 90% of 29%, you will get about 26% or about one quarter of the black population that actually votes for the Democratic candidate.
What about that other 74%? Why don’t they vote?
We discovered while filming our documentary, Emancipation Revelation Revolution, that the reason most blacks feel disenfranchised from the voting machinery is that they don’t feel comfortable with the Democratic platform and have been intimidated into believing that the Republican Party is the spawn of Satan. They reject, as a matter of conscience, most of the social positions the Democrats espouse. They have seen the figures and realize that 40% of all abortions are performed on black women and can see the finger of genocide pointing in their direction. At the same time, there is an erroneous belief that the Republican Party has been wrong on civil rights and lacks compassion.*
They have seen the devastation of the black family at the hand of the party that replaced personal responsibility with government handouts laced with immoral, impossible conditions. Conditions like forbidding the father of a woman’s child to live in the family if they are to receive welfare, or the restriction on returning to school if they are in the government system. They have seen the black family smeared in the Petri dish of social experimentation for several generations and realize the same monolithic mentality exists that identifies blacks as victims of society, dependent upon “the man” for their very existence. Sound familiar?
What is happening to those who are breaking out of this mindset, in the year of the “black candidate,” declaring that the color of Barack’s skin color is irrelevant because the content of his character is a bigger issue? The mainstream media doesn't want to focus on that, because if they did, they would be admitting that blacks are not monolithic, do not en masse support one party over another, and don’t all attend churches as divisive as Rev. Wrights.
The debate should be about whether someone who lacks judgment and attends a divisive church that pits one group of people against another is qualified to lead an entire nation, not whether Obama should have thrown Rev. Wright under the bus for political expediency.