An open letter to Latinos, Christians and Latino Christians about a dangerous lie.

An open letter to Latinos, Christians and Latino Christians about a dangerous lie.

Both Supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and President Obama share a disdain for the American Constitution.  Both have sworn to uphold it and defend it but both have openly admitted that they see it as a limitation to the America they want.

Ginsberg recently told Egypt that she felt the American Constitution was not a good model for their constitution, she said, ““I would not look to the U.S. Constitution, if I were drafting a Constitution in the year 2012. I might look at the Constitution of South Africa.”  Obama said, “I wish I could bypass Congress and change things on my own.”

It is time for you the reader to see the great lie and how it affects you!

Jefferson penned these immortal words, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”  The American dream draws its life from these words.

Ginsberg and Obama dislike Jefferson’s words because of the word “pursuit.”   They believe that government should not merely provide the freedom to pursue happiness… government should guarantee happiness.    A cradle to the grave nanny state.  However, this gives government supreme control of your life and that control has never delivered happiness.

This victimizes minorities by making them dependant.  I am an American with Latin roots and I believe that Latinos have a shot at prosperity if they do not allow themselves to be defined as a victimized minority.

I know firsthand what a ghetto can do to your mind.  Again and again I have said that Jesus did two miracles for me.  First He got me out of the ghetto and then He got the ghetto out of me.

Latinos should not be fooled by Obama’s pandering to us.  He has had years to deal with issues that affect the Latin Community and he did nothing.  He only wants to be reelected.

The eyes of every Latino should be on the economy.  You want a paycheck not food stamps.  There is a reason that Obama is furiously tossing out Band-Aids and false promises.  He has epically failed to fix the economy because he despises the pursuit.

Consider what voting money to yourself through Obama will do:  Mr. Rangel a Latin leader from Chicago said this “Hispanics haven’t endured the same suffering and struggles of the African-American community,” he says. Hispanics’ “struggles are different. Their struggles come from a desire to get ahead and leaving their nation and coming to a new land. And those are tough things, but there’s no way that you can compare that struggle to the struggles of slavery and Jim Crow and Reconstruction. There’s just no comparison.”

“No matter to politicos—they’ve bought into this narrative in legions. “Democrats are so intent on making Hispanics the next victimized minority seeking entitlement programs and all that, This is a great community that’s poised to do great things—but you gotta challenge it. Don’t pander to it.”

 “The nationalist [Mexican] flag-waving, the youth being taken out of schools to protest—I think those are wrong tactics. The easy answer for people seeing hundreds and thousands of kids out in the street protesting is [to think] that those kids should be in the classroom.”  “We need to show the rest of the country that this is a good community, that we’re gonna play by the rules, play hard, and get ahead, and it’ll be good for the country and good for our community.”

To all Christians I say, do not sell your soul because Obama has promised you free money.  This is not free money, only government controlled slavery.  We already know the result.  It creates and sustains ghettos.  You need to realize that Obama wants you to keep him in the White House with a vote that keeps you in the ghetto.  More later today.

One thought on “An open letter to Latinos, Christians and Latino Christians about a dangerous lie.

  1. Mario,

    God bless you for being so bold, I grew up in the ghetto of San Jose, & Sacramento, or the closes thing to a ghetto.

    My father died when I was 13, I really believed that we were the only ones in my neighborhood, that were on welfare. I remember my mother giving me foodstamps to buy bread & milk at the corner market, I was so ashamed to used them that I would throw them away & use my paper route money or shoe shine money to pay for the items.

    I realized at a young age, just because people have more than me, even if it’s my government, they are not responsible for me.

    To have a welfare mentality is to be in bondage to others. God is my provider, not my government, not my employer, nor will they dictate my standard of living.

    I raised my children with these values, & was able to break away from goverment assistance since I left home I have never been on government assistance.

    Praise God!
    Si Se Puede!
    Rocky Garza

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