As I drive around on these glorious fall afternoons with my car window open, I have been thinking a lot about Brendan Tevlin. Tevlin, a New Jersey teen, was recently murdered, shot through his open car window.
The murderer, Ali Muhammed Brown, said that he shot Tevlin as revenge for US fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
How did we get here? How did this land of opportunity and freedom become a place of black vs white and rich vs poor?
It wasn't an accident. It is all the product of Obama's race-baiting, class warfare.
When I was young, I loved the Cosby Show. I watched every episode. In it, Bill Cosby played a doctor and his wife was a lawyer. They were the all-American success story and the show focused on all of the craziness that surrounded raising their 5 children. Years later, I read that critics said the show was "too white." They claimed that it wasn't black enough.
A new show is coming out this fall called "Black-ish." It is a show about being black. Instead of focusing on the content of one's character, we now focus on the color of one's skin. This isn't progress, it is a huge step backward.
Obama has also demonized success to incite class warfare. Now instead of someone who has less believing that he or she can work hard, study hard and earn whatever he or she wants, he or she thinks, "someone else has something that I want, I am going to take it."
To top it all off, we have a department of justice, led by a person who is in contempt of Congress. This lawless DOJ supports the notion of race baiting and class warfare.
This is terrible for our country in every possible way. Here is something that we can do. Keep driving around with your window open.