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From the Ashes of Ferguson Must Come Dialogue

Ted Nugent By Thursday, 04 December 2014 07:49 AM EST Current | Bio | Archive

While many talking heads and pundits continue yammering incessantly about the grand jury’s decisions in cases in Ferguson and New York, the embarrassing crazed rioting in Ferguson and elsewhere, and the uneccesarily worsening state of race relations in America, it's a real shame that no one is talking about what has gone right.

There is good news emanating from Ferguson but no one is discussing it, more than likely afraid to discuss it in this mindless stranglehold of political correctness.

That glaring good news is simply this, and this jury is not still out: It's time for discussion. From tragedy dialogue must flow. Part of that dialogue must include falling for the big government boogie bandwagon never turns out so well.

The ugly and brutal truth is that Michael Brown’s death is the tip of an incredibly destructive social, economic, and cultural iceberg that lurks just beneath the American waters.

It is the iceberg that has gashed the souls and sunk everyone scammed by the big lie of Big Daddy government dependency.

The iceberg is known as the Democratic Party. While it claims to be a savior for black Americans, it has instead manipulated them, conned them, and fleeced them into supporting the party for decades which has led to despair, agony, grief, and painful disillusionment.

In addition to destroying far too much of black America, the Democratic Party has conned black voters into believing the GOP, if they could, would strip them of their citizenship, put them back in chains, and then sell them to the highest bidder. On a stump speech during the 2012 election Vice President Biden essentially said that.

The con has worked tremendously. The overwhelming majority of black Americans vote for the Democratic Party whose very policies increase unemployment, destroy black families, and create mayhem in their communities.

The only institutional racism I see is when Democrats such as President Obama support spending another trillion dollars a year on various welfare conman programs that further sink black Americans — and other minorities and anyone else who ends up on the vicious cycle as well — instead of uplifting them.

Blacks have been conned into believing the Democratic Party is their salvation when in reality the party is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. If black Americans in St. Louis and other cities want to truly understand why their communities are so violent, they only need to look as far as the Democratic Party.

For the past 50 years, American taxpayers have been fleeced out of their hard-earned 19 or so trillion tax dollars by the Democratic Party which has claimed they want to eradicate poverty. Clearly, that hasn’t worked out so well for taxpayers or poor black people.

Unless you are a Democrat political strategist conman, the return on investment of this multi-trillion dollar boondoggle has been cataclysmic failure in government social engineering. The Great Society was a bust, a total boondoggle, a scam, a lie, a vicious, cruel con game.

The Ferguson insanity should be the spark that ignites a national discussion on what has happened and what can be done to fix it. If that discussion can happen without race-baiters like Al not-so-Sharp-ton butting in and trying to filibuster the discussion with their racist bile, we might actually get somewhere, create real and lasting progress, save lives, save a culture.

We need to fix what's wrong with impoverished minorities, and we need a discussion to get there. None need handouts — jobs and job creation are sorely needed. America damn well better have a discussion on this if we truly care about trying to stop the next young black man from being shot most often by another black guy and not a white cop.

There is good news out of Ferguson and that news is that Fedzilla ultimately destroys, never builds. Fedzilla creates poverty, despair, and dependency instead of encouraging independence and self-reliance.

The actor John Wayne once said, “Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday.”

Ted Nugent is a musician and award-winning writer and author of The New York Times best-selling “Ted White & Blue: The Nugent Manifesto” and “God, Guns and Rock 'n' Roll,” along with “Kill It and Grill It,” “BloodTrails,” and “BloodTrails II.” He also is a member of the board of directors of the National Rifle Association. Read more reports from Ted Nugent — Click Here Now.

Open your eyes, America. There is good news coming out of Ferguson if you look beyond the scam.

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The ugly and brutal truth is that Michael Brown’s death is the tip of an incredibly destructive social, economic, and cultural iceberg that lurks just beneath the American waters.
ferguson, wilson, brown, welfare
Thursday, 04 December 2014 07:49 AM
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