Fair enough. You pick your niche, determine your targeted constituency, and then launch. There's more than one way to get the word out. But the photo posted below is a reminder that although it may appear to be "Black-Administered America", it is not necessarily "Black-Run America". There's a structure behind the facade, and a cause behind the symptoms:
|"Reporting for duty, Rabbi"|
The photo is of Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain. Eager to revive his flagging campaign, he decided to hitch his wagon to Glenn Beck's star. He became the only presidential candidate to join Glenn Beck on his "Restoring Courage" tour of Israel. And naturally, he did not pass up the opportunity to don the yarmulke and make the pilgrimage to the Wailing Wall.
Think it's merely symbolic? Think again:
-- In May 2011, Herman Cain said that if he were president and negotiating a Middle East peace deal, he would offer the Palestinians “nothing”. If that's the case, what incentive would the Palestinians have to negotiate?
-- Also in May 2011, Herman Cain made it clear he considers the U.S. and Israel to be little more than conjoined twins. He defined the Cain Doctrine as meaning "You mess with Israel, you are messing with the United States of America". Of course, that makes us prospectively Israel's hostage; what Cain just communicated to any prospective adversary of Israel is that in order to successfully defeat Israel, they would have to first launch a decapitating EMP strike against the United States in order to cripple and blind us so we could not oppose an attack upon Israel. Ya didn't think of that one, did ya, Mr. Cain?
-- On July 18th, 2011, Herman Cain said he would attack Iran to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons or to respond to aggression against Israel. Wait a minute! He would attack Iran merely for acquiring nuclear weapons? Is he not conscious of how thinly-stretched our military forces already are? Is he not aware of how long it took for us to pacify a much-smaller Iraq? Is he not informed about Iran's greater size and more rugged, defensible terrain? And, above all, has he not considered our $14 trillion national debt? If we attack another nation, it had better be because they attack us first or give imminent indication of an attack upon us.
And this man actually thinks he's qualified to become President of the United States.
|Herman Cain's vision of the relationship between the U.S. and Israel|
Herman Cain is not the only Israel-First Republican candidate; he's merely the most blatant example. All of them except for Ron Paul tilt significantly in favor of Israel. A blatant pro-Israel tilt actually jeopardizes the security of the United States.
"Milk before meat" is fine, so long as it doesn't become milk INSTEAD of meat.