Dr. King Had a Dream…. Obama is a Nightmare


About the author: Lori Boxer is the co-owner and Director of Weight No MoreSM Diet Center, a family-owned private weight loss and diet counseling practice for over 25 years with offices in New York and New Jersey, as well as client service nationwide via Skype. There are no pills, no packaged foods, no diet drinks as ... [read 's FULL BIO]


As “the great color in the White House,” as Mychal Massie refers to him, gets ready to pontificate on Wednesday with another of his haughty chin-in-the-air me-me-me-I-I-I tele-prompted speeches that gets a ‘rise’ out of Chris Matthews and the liberal lap dogs and other lackeys, I think this would be a wonderful opportunity to pause for a moment and give thanks for the many great contributions of the Democratic-voting black community and their culture to our society.

Their peaceful and generous nature make them ideal neighbors, lending testimony to their exceptional family values and parenting skills unrivaled by any other culture.

Their commitment to academic excellence enriches our schools and serves as an example to all who hope to achieve prominence as a people.

Real estate values are fueled by the influx of African Americans into an area due to their caring and respectful nurturing of these communities, an example of all they have achieved by their enthusiasm for self improvement through hard work and a self-reliant can-do nature.

Without their industrious and creative drive, we would be poorer as a nation—presently enriching the cities of Spokane WA, Chicago IL, Philadelphia PA, Washington D.C., St. Louis MO, New Orleans LA, Los Angeles CA, Flint MI, Baltimore MD, Pontiac MI, Newark NJ, Cleveland OH, Atlanta GA, Richmond VA, Memphis TN, Birmingham AL, Camden NJ; and let’s not forget Detroit, MI, the tourism capital of the world!

It’s ironic that black lawmakers are now lamenting the flaring of racial tensions since Obama took office, but they’ll never admit that perhaps things would be progressing if the first black president wasn’t an inexperienced, incompetent hack who drinks from “the cup of bitterness and hatred” that Dr. King warned us about 50 years ago.

The FACT is that Dr. King’s dreams DID come true, and HAVE been realized, and they are personified in the likes of Dr. Ben Carson, Col. Allen West, Senator Tim Scott, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and the countless numbers of black conservatives in media, in industry, in academia, in science, in medicine, in law, etc., and NOT by the perpetual poverty pimps, pushing dumbed down dependency to generations of cradle-to-grave gimme-deeze and gimme-dats, such as Jackson and Sharpton, and the entire Democratic party. It is ANY of the former and countless others like them, who set the example for all of us—black, white and all colors in between—that should be speaking on Wednesday. Obama is undeserving of the honor.

And in this regard, as in all others, color matters not a whip. Only the type of people we call fellow Americans, and not a single criminal, pathological lying dishonest, immoral person who hates the Constitution and who demoralizes and disrespects our military, is my “fellow” American. They are the enemies of real Americans … and Obama is our enemy.

It is a hard thing for a whole group of people to look in the mirror and admit that they are their own worst enemy. It has been taught and reinforced and perpetuated for generations. It is easier to live in denial and blame someone else. Until that great awakening happens that they have been duped by the left, used by their own, played by the Democrats and their lifetime goal of keeping the black community on the welfare plantation, it won’t change … and the black community will continue to blame all others before placing the blame where it squarely belongs—on their own shoulders.

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  • Bruce Stroh


    • loriboxer

      Thanks, Bruce. Appreciate it.

  • Teresa Yeisley

    Excellent! And so I’m sharing…heh

    • loriboxer

      Thanks, Teresa. Glad you enjoyed it.

  • cbarneym

    To Lori Boxer,

    You are SUCH A LIAR to call Obama “our enemy. It would be difficult to find any president who has done more damage to America than former president GW Bush with his lies about WMD in Iraq and tax cuts for the wealthy.

    For example, On February 27, 2001, in his first address before Congress, GW Bush assured that his budget would: “prepare for the unexpected, for the uncertainties of the future” by setting aside “a contingency fund for emergencies or additional spending needs” totaling “almost a trillion dollars.” But he did not, and only two years later, The Wall Street Journal reported that Bush used “all the Social Security surpluses…to fund the government for the next two years and to spend well over $100 billion of Social Security funds in each of the following three years.”

    Bush accomplished this feat by using a “sunset provision” lie to overcome the “Byrd Rule,” and thus his Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA) was signed into law on 7 June, 2001. “One of the most notable characteristics of EGTRRA is that its provisions are designed to sunset, or revert to the provisions that were in effect before it was passed. EGTRRA will sunset on January 1, 2011 unless further legislation is enacted to make its changes permanent. The sunset provision SIDESTEPS the Byrd Rule, a Senate rule that amends the Congressional Budget Act to allow Senators to block a piece of legislation if it purports to significantly increase the federal deficit beyond a ten-year term. The sunset allowed the bill to stay within the letter of the PAYGO law while removing nearly $700 billion from amounts that would have triggered PAYGO sequestration.”

    In addition, Bush falsely involved America in a war that still drags on. In a speech in Cincinnati on Oct. 7, 2002, Bush said, “If we know Saddam Hussein has dangerous weapons today – and we do…” But in a 2/24/01 interview in Cairo, Egypt, Collin Powell said: “And frankly they (sanctions) have worked. He (Hussein) has not developed any significant capability with respect to weapons of mass destruction.” And On 29 July 2001 Condoleezza Rice indicated the weakness of Iraq when she said “the country is divided, arms have been kept from him and his military forces have not been rebuilt.”

    Also, according to a 11/26/09 article in Forbes (http://www.forbes.com/2009/11/25/shared-sacrifice-war-taxes-opinions-columnists-bruce-bartlett.html) “Republicans have been characterized by two principal positions: They like starting wars and don’t like paying for them. George W. Bush initiated two major wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but adamantly refused to pay for either of them by cutting non-military spending or raising taxes… Bush and his party, which controlled Congress from 2001 to 2006, never asked for sacrifices from anyone except those in our nation’s military and their families.”

    • loriboxer

      Yeah, right. Thanks for the laugh.

      • Sarcastic Canadian

        He rally needs to update his talking points or he will lose his “I am a liberal idiot who can’t think” card

  • Robert Callahan

    Spot On!!!

    • loriboxer

      Many thanks, Robert. Appreciate it, my friend.

  • Sarcastic Canadian

    So true in so many ways and yet so many people don’t want to see it… Thank You

  • Ron

    After reading your bizarre post I can oly wonder how you could creatively assert “facts” that are so wrong. Does it have something to do with weight loss counseling? Unreal!

    • CurtFrantz

      Ron, what makes it bizarre? Your saying so? That Lori describes a painful reality with sarcasm? Liberal policies have led to the widespread destruction of the black family and without that strong base in which to grow, the young are wounded souls who grow into psychologically needy adults. To better understand these dynamics, likely including your own, google “curt frantz motivation of libearls”. If you can be strong and rational enough to understand their/your motivation, your world will be changed.

      • CurtFrantz

        That’s: “curt frantz motivation of liberals”. The e-pamphlet is the most comprehensive and the American Thinker articles succinct.