Rev Manning – Same Racist Middle-Aged White Women That Gave Us Obama Showing Their Petticoats For Ben Carson

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Reverend James David Manning is outspoken in his political opinions, this time attacking what he sees as the racism of the Republican Party. It’s not the racism that the urban black agitators use as the foundation of their lucrative victimhood operations but rather the white guilt which he believes is behind the support of Dr. Ben Carson.

In his familiar no-holds barred direct manner, Reverend Manning reminds his viewers that “For every action there is an opposite and equal reaction. He points to the racism of the two elections in which Hussein Obama was victorious, noting that “There has never been a wave of racism, stupidity and hypocrisy in America as there was in the election of Obama.”

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Manning identifies old white women as specific examples, attributing their white guilt as being emblematic of the forces which, in spite of his anti-American religious and political views, placed Hussein Obama atop our government. Voting for Obama because of the color of his skin provided absolution for past racial shortcomings.

He’s disappointed in the TEA Party Republicans as well, accusing the same guilt-laden old white women who ushered Hussein Obama into office twice as now showing their racist petticoats in their support of the “no-energy, cross-eyed, no-talking Ben Carson.” He describes what’s going on as “absolutely sickening.”

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Reverend James David Manning is rarely at a loss for words and he never leaves you wondering how he feels about any particular issue.

Rick Wells is a conservative writer who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us & www.truthburgers.com


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