October 19, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: My Lethal Weapon is My Mind


Carolyn Moon said...

I love this picture, however, on another blog site a comment was made that the gentleman in the middle doesn't belong there. There are quite a few who share that opinion.
I honor it and by far it makes more sense than the one I saw as a teenager on my aunt's wall of the Kennedys and Dr. King.

I'm ambivalent/disappointed about some of the President's decisions on certain issues and appointments he's made, however,he has my respect for what he's trying to do and what he's up against. He will have my vote 2012 for the alternative choices lend to what I call night terrors.

Villager said...

Carolyn - First, I believe that Obama is definitely first amongst equals with MLK and Malcolm X. MLK and Malcolm were outstanding. However, neither of them were the leader of the free world ... and undisputedly the most well-known and most-powerful Black man in the history of Earth.

Obama opened up the eyes of my son and countless of other children that a Blackman can be President. He shows us that a Blackman can be a happily married man able to raise children jointly with a talented wife.

Obama's foreign policy successes and the fact that he joins MLK as a Nobel Peace prize winner are beyond reproach.

His major issue has been the economy ... and he's handcuffed by the fact that the GOP simply won't work with him ... as shown last night when the GOP voted down the Jobs Act for teachers, police and firefighters.

...and I agree that we would all have 'night terrors' if Romney or Rick Perry were to win the election in 2012.