Dr Alveda King (Niece to Dr Martin Luther King Jr.) on Obama

“…America is hungry for change,

……..but America is looking in the wrong place…

Barack cannot deliver America…

[his] politics are neither a blessing nor praiseworthy.”

 “…Obama’s answers to the ills of society, of higher government spending, weaker national defense, continued tax dollars to Planned Parenthood, and support of gay marriage, are diametrically opposed to everything American Americans truly believe and an anathema to the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”

Very good, It is not easy to stand against the crowd of false Messiah worshippers.

26 thoughts on “Dr Alveda King (Niece to Dr Martin Luther King Jr.) on Obama

  1. I couldn’t have said it better. Actually I would have had to include a few more “adjectives” … 🙂

  2. Yep, it does take a lot to stand against the crowd of her own people against the atrocious jerk.. It is hard as well, for me to stand against this pig against my own people.

  3. Oh, but he is trying to deliver us. To evil, defeat and the status of a third world country. He and his tribe of socialistic, academic , anti-american obamabags need to be gone

  4. Well there you go. BROWN did it. You know what the best realization for me was? If Massachusetts is on to the game plan of this evil charlatan and told him to shove it then you know darn well none of this BS has escaped the attention of our military…AND THEY GOT OUR BACKS IF NEED BE!!!

  5. dear cowtown;

    Good video. Just remember Rick Perry’s in AUSTIN, but BOB WILLs is still the king!

    WYATT

  6. Rick Perry tried to hoist a 600,000 land grab thru imminent domain for a supertollroad run by a foreign company. Grassroot opposition stopped him. He’s a lot of talk but very, George Bush-like weak on immigration. For all his recent tough talk, he’s not my best choice for Governor this election. Kay Bailey Hutchison (US Senator) voted with dimwitocrats for sending Obamacare to the floor for debate so the hell with her. Ms. Medina is a third candidate and the most conservative of the group.

    Love me some Bob Wills’ Milk Cow Blues. Serious dance music.

  7. Cherokee Maiden, Take Me Back To Tulsa, and that sweet San Antonio Rose.

    I’ve also heard Merle Haggard say that Bob Wills is still the king, so it must be true.

  8. Since there is such interest in REAL country music, I wish I could post a short clip of Lefty Frizzell singing Please Release Me. It’s not available on disk unless you can affort that $200+ boxed set. I got a phonograph with a USB cable and digitized all my old vinyl. I’d love to share this song. Lefty could really sing country.

  9. Merle Haggard recorded a Tribute Album to Bob Wills in 1970 titled, A Tribute To The Best Damn Fiddle Player In The World (Or My Salute To Bob Wills.)

    It went out of print sometime ago, and I’m not sure if it is has ever been re-released or not.

    I have a nice size black and white photo that belonged to my grandmother, was passed to my father, and then later passed down to me. It’s a picture of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys in front of their tour bus with Bob Wills and someone else are at each end of the photo sitting on golden palomino’s.

    I have an album of my dads by Lefty Frizzel singing Jimmy Rodgers Songs. I remember really liking the song Blue Yodel # 6 on that record. Since it’s an LP I can’t play anymore, but I keep it cause it was my dads.

    Yea, Skynerd Rocks, Whenever the Criminal Government starts talking again about taking our guns away, folks start play Gemmi Back My Bullets by Skynerd. And I think the New Version of Skynerd has recently released a song having to do with Gun Rights, it might be called “God And Guns” but I’ve not heard that one yet.

  10. izrael, are you aware of the new USB ported turntables? I bought one a couple years ago and have been recording to disk all my old vinyl records.

    Send me an email to YL3CC@YAHOO.COM. Anything you send to me, I will record it onto disks for you and return the records. All I get out of it is I keep a digital copy for myself. I appreciate anyone who values Jimmie Rodgers, the Singing Brakeman. He was the first recording artist to sell a million records. His hard times hobo songs speak to me. Hobo Bill, I guarantee will bring tears to your eyes, if you have a heart in your chest.

    Check out my first shot at a video. It’s old family photos and that Great Great Lefty Frizzell version of RELEASE ME:

  11. Dear Billy Ray from Cowtown;

    exellent job, Sir. the O bar Ranch would that be located between NOGALAS and PATAGONIA, if so its in my stomping grounds and is called
    the OAK BAR RANCH now.

    WYATT

  12. Dear cowtown;
    thanks, familiar with the country. when younger I did some cowboying on the SAN CARLOS RESERVATION which is north of BONITA. Keep up the good work, sure like your music.

    WYATT

  13. Dear Billy Ray in Cowtown

    Dont know the family outright, but did meet some DuBois kids from Graham or Cochise counties, as a youngin in 4-H about 40 years back.
    would you be aquanted with the Holder family out of SAFFORD? Also knew REX ALLEN Jr, helped build his new house north of Sonoita about 20 years ago.

    WYATT

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