Competitors?Â Harvard’s first woman of color,Â Elizabeth Warren,Â cannot compete with MichelleÂ Obama when they are compared in terms ofÂ their skin color and early background.Â Elizabeth Warren’s story about her percentage of Indian blood does not hold up.
California’s ‘woman of color’ attorney KamalaÂ Harris comes acrossÂ as strident compared with former first lady Michelle Obama.Â Though Michelle Obama often appeared angry she also had her garden and tried to improve food options for students per her views.
The Democrat ‘ pack of contenders’ are so similar with respect to ‘open borders’, ‘green agenda’ and free medical care for all who can get into the country.Â There will be push back.Â Michelle Obama may be the one ‘woman of color’ whoÂ mostÂ appeals.Â Can Miclelle Obama replace contender Joe Biden?Â Possible.
So who will Ms. Omar answer?Â Â This representative, Ms. Omar,Â is notÂ easy to contact.Â Ms. Omar has no FAXÂ and her mail boxÂ Â number (202)Â 225-4755 is full.Â So she cannot be contacted by FAX or phone right now.Â Â Her snail mailÂ address is 1517 Longsworth HUB, Washington D.C. 20515.
Omar comes into the USA under false pretenses. Now she makes false accusations of others?Â Â
Omar gets into America based on gaming the system [marries herÂ brother possiblyÂ to get immigration benefits].
Illan Omar gets elected to Congress Â andÂ falsely accuses Trump's administrationÂ of putting' children in cages'Â and 'forcing adults to drink out of toilets.'Â
Prison toilets are one piece entities wherein the water tank is above the seat. Yes, people in prison can drink from the top part of the toilet.
To: Ms Illan Omar:
1) show the public the 'cages' where children are kept? Yes VP Pence found extreme overcrowding of men which demonstrates the crises at the border.
2) answer the question whether you are communist and whether you support al Quida
3) You have failed to answer the following question asked by others: Did you receive immigration benefits while married to your brother Elmi?
4) Ms. Omar, Which do you hate most? a) USA b)Trump c) Israel
It appears that you hate all three.
5) Is 'hatred of others' -- zenophobia -- a part of the heritage of Mohammand and Islam? Yes it is, according to author Wafa Sultan who wrote A God who Hates.Take Away:
Muslim society and the Islam religion are vastly different from American society and freedoms based on the U.S. Constitution.
Muslims such as Ms. Omar come here for what they want and some, like Ms Omar, game the system to get in. And then some Muslims, including Ms. Omar, attack the country that offered assistance and entry.
Islam as practiced in much of the middle east is a political system which cannot be separated from it's religious component. That issue is something which the Supreme Court must deal with. Soon.
Some Muslims come here for their version of 'freedom of religion/ politics' and then seek to impose their version of Islamic religious/ political system here. Ms. Omar is one of those Muslims.
Congress woman Ms. Illan Omar shouts 'racism' while benefiting from the many freedoms which only the USA offers because of our Constitution.
Some progressive Democrats, which include Rep. Illan Omar, seek to undermine U.S. freedoms by imposition of their version of islamic/ sharia law/ zenophobia views.
Rep. Illan Omar accuses others of behavior she engages in: racism, zenophobia and hatred of that which differs from her views.
When will Illan Omar realize that people don't care about her color -- they do care about her views.
written by Cameron SmithJackson JAJ48@AOL.com
Whence the term?Â Â ‘Women of color’ is a a self description whichÂ four womenÂ Â representativesÂ have taken to self promote their collectiveÂ Â imageÂ of themselves as victims.Â Â TheyÂ Â view of themselves as victims of political oppression. Victims of racism.Â Â They see themselvesÂ asÂ oppressed by House SpeakerÂ Nancy Pelosi,Â byÂ Trump administration policiesÂ and byÂ various other entities.
The term ‘colored women’ would be offensive to ‘women of color’.Â Â The term ‘colored persons’ has been used byÂ various social justice activistsÂ toÂ separate ‘whites’ [of European origin] from everyone else akaÂ ‘colored persons’ [not of European origin].
Thus, according to some persons including these four ‘women of color’Â ‘racism’ is built into the very fabric of America.Â These ‘women of color’Â forget — orÂ never learned –Â that the U.S. Constitution permitsÂ majorÂ league changes such that women and African-Americans vote and own property.
Â It’s our Constitution which gives more freedoms to the individual, and protects those freedoms, than anywhere else in the world.
But why do these fourÂ ‘women of color’Â take for themselves what belongs to all women in the USA?
We are all AmericanÂ women of color .Â Who doesn’t have ‘color’?Â Â Get real. Â Most every womanÂ in America,Â except albinos,Â have some color to their skin.
USA womenÂ areÂ different ‘tints’.Â Â Some of us areÂ darker, some lighter, some with warmer tones, some with more yellow pigmentÂ some more red.
Usage of color in the English language. It’s true thatÂ EnglishÂ Â language describes various groups as having ‘color’.Â Examples:Â Historically we’ve described native Americans as havingÂ ‘red skins’Â though they don’t have red skins.Â Â Currently 9 out of 10 Native Americans support the use ofÂ Red Skins as a name for aÂ football team.Â Â In the 1940’sÂ the term ‘yellow pearl’Â referencedÂ Â fear of a Japanese invasion ofÂ the West coast afterÂ Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese.
English references ‘color ‘ in many ways pertinentÂ both to individuals and groups of people.Â Â TheÂ term ‘black heart’ references morbidityÂ and sorrow.Â Â “White hats’ and ‘black hats’ referencesÂ Â the good guys versus the bad guys.Â Tom Mix always wore a white hatÂ Â for example.
ReferencesÂ to black and white in general goes back thousands of years.Â Take early Judeo-Christian religion.Â Light refers to what’s good and darknessÂ refers more to evil and that which is bad. The Light of the World, a reference to Jesus Christ, referencesÂ light as good.
How about black.Â Are blacks actually ‘black’?Â Not according to their DNA according to some research.Â Â There’s research that one-third of all USA bornÂ Afro-American men have some ‘white’ DNA.Â Ms. Ayana Pressley, one of four ‘women of color’ whom Trump tweets recently (WSJ 7/15/19)Â is African-American.
What are these ‘women of color’ doing?
These four ‘women of color’ seek to connect their definition ofÂ ‘color’ with racism.Â The world out there is racist per their view and they as victimsÂ speak out against all that ‘racism’.Â Interestingly, theyÂ individually and collectively rail against Israel.
What do we know about these four:
Ms. Omar, the only one of the four born outside the U.S. came as a child from Somalia.Â Ms. Ocasio-Cortez is of Puerto Rican heritage.Â Ms. Tliab is Palestinian-American and Ms. Pressley is African-American.
What do they say?Â Â Â Racism, racism everywhere and worst in America say these ‘women of color’.
Progressive Democrats and much of mainstreamÂ media beat the drums of racism as central and integralÂ to the fabric of America.
TheyÂ need to broaden their life experiences.Â Â Let all these progressivesÂ Â and liberals who are not liberal go live in Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, China and Russia for a couple years.
Then come back and discuss their experience of freedom in those countries compared to America.
These four ‘women of color’Â whine. And then theyÂ dine on the AmericanÂ fruits ofÂ freedoms which come only from the U.S. Constitution.Â Â Â