Skip to comments.E.W. Jackson FIERY Speech @ Faith & Freedom Coalition 2013
Posted on 06/16/2013 10:31:40 AM PDT by Whenifhow
Earl Walker Jackson, Sr Speaks at The Faith & Freedom Coalition, the 3rd day of its "Road to Majority" conference, June 15, 2013.
Excellent summation of Freedom in 7 minutes. Looking forward to this man being our next Lt Governor here in Virginia!
He’ll make an excellent Lt. Governor.
Thank you for the post. Many conservative want to conserve what they have. It is clear that E.W. wants opportunity for those who have only potential. Both aspirations are legitimate and compatible with each other. I also like the way E.W. says “land where my fathers died.” Being a second generation American, when I was a boy, all my fathers had died overseas, in Germany (father’s side) and in Italy (mother’s side). I didn’t find that line easy to say. But most of our black citizens have been here from the Founding or shortly thereafter. Yet their heritage as Sons and Daughters of the Revolution has been denied them, first by slavery and Jim Crow, and today by multiculturalism (hatred of America).
The MSNBC crowd has declared that he is a dangerous radical. No surprise there.
I’ve never understood how liberals can condemn minority and women conservatives. Liberals allegedly are so supportive of women and minorities, and want to see such people in elective office. But can you imagine the liberal reaction if Sarah Palin were to run for president, for example? If she were the first woman president, it would be historic. Yet I have a feeling the liberals would not like that.
If the liberals truly were supportive of women and minorities in politics, wouldn’t they be supportive of any such candidates, regardless of politics? Aren’t the liberals inconsistent in that they only support liberal minority and women politicians????
I support this guy...I support the whole Pub ticket in VA....I’m just so afraid to listen to his speech because I might “fall in love” with him and be headed for once again, another huge disappointment....like Alan Keyes...
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