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    Today, all Americans have far less civil rights than all African-Americans did, prior to the passage of the Civil Rights Act, in 1965. It is both ironic and diabolical that the first African-American President in US History was the man who so sneakily signed the heinous National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into Law, when no one was watching, on New Year’s Eve, 2013.

    This is what made it so unfathomably abhorrent, abominable, disgusting, disgraceful, odious, revolting and vile, when this President occupied the same stage as the leaders of the 1960s Civil Rights movement – and then he was even allowed to make a bogus, tele-prompted speech at the recent 50th-Year Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington.

    If there is any consciousness left inside that shell of a man who we call our Commander-in-Chief, then Obama knew that he, of all people, did not belong there with those leaders, whose hard-won efforts had paved the way for Civil Rights and made America a beacon of humanity and righteousness around the world, a reputation that now stands in ruins, with Obama’s help. 

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