Obama’s ‘don’t discriminate’ warning to Louisiana gets rebutted by a rescuer’s Facebook post

Ben Husser rescue image

Our president, B. Hussein Obama, showed his true stripes once again when he directed his administration to admonish Louisiana that all members of the community receive services, regardless of race, color, or national origin.

The letter from his administration, which runs 14 pages, and quotes Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, appears to be a projection by him that he expects “people of color” to be treated unfairly by the white residents of Louisiana. I’m sure that he expected that white rescuers would just go right past black victims, ignoring them while searching for more whites to rescue.

We’ve come to expect no less from our racist president who must have felt the pain of the citizens of flood-ravaged Louisiana in between the chips and putts of his golf game on Martha’s Vineyard. I’d bet that he missed a putt or two due to his eyes filling with tears when he thought about the lives turned upside down when 60,000 homes were destroyed by the worst natural disaster to impact the nation since Hurricane Sandy [sarcasm].

But one guy, one of the rescuers, took exception to Obama’s admonishing the citizens of South Louisiana to put aside their natural racist tendencies and treat everyone equally.

Ben Husser posted a response to the president on Facebook that exposes what a small man (and a racist one at that) our current president is and takes him to task by explaining that Louisianans take care of their own.

Dear Mr President,

I want to thank you for reminding us in South Louisiana not to discriminate against anyone based on race or religion. Had you not reminded us of this I don’t know what we would have done. See we rode around in a boat saving people and well race or religion never entered my mind. Not once. It didn’t enter my buddies mind or my wife’s. Just saving people.

I understand you may be miss informed because of all the race baiting that the media did a couple months ago here in South Louisiana. But I assure you that’s not what we stand for in South Louisiana. We love each other when the times get hard. We look out for our own. Now I know this doesn’t fit your agenda. But facts are facts.

O and by the way stay up in DC play a little golf and enjoy your last couple months in office. Make sure you clean out your desk. Clean out the house you’ve occupied for 8 years cause your time is up. Let ya buddy Ms Clinton know we don’t need her either. She needs her rest. Lord knows she needs rest more than the residents of South Louisiana do. She may could put some of that Clinton foundation blood money to good use down here helping others. But why would she do that. She already knows Louisiana doesn’t belong to her come November. If this was a state she needed she would have been on the boat with me. But that’s OK we got this we are strong here in Louisiana. Something you will never understand.

Thanks
The true citizens of Louisiana

As I’ve said before, I was born and raised in Baton Rouge and my brother, two sisters, and my son still live there. My brother’s house was caught in the flood, but thankfully, the rest of my family was spared.

My brother’s next door neighbor (a black family) suffered similar destruction to their home as well and they did their best to help each other. His entire neighborhood (of mixed race families) was under water. They helped one another without regard to skin color.

It’s obvious that our mixed-race president sees things through a race-colored prism and his actions while president have proven that. Because he sees everything from a racial perspective, he assumes that everyone else does as well.

I think that the actions of Louisiana’s citizens, both black and white should serve as a contrast to Obama’s black-centric views.

BTW, Mr. Hussers’ post has already been shared over 65,000 times and apparently is going viral.

Garnet92.



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4 replies

  1. Love the letter by Mr. Husser.

    Once again, I’m a cynic. I suppose it’s possible that Barack Obama was sincerely concerned about potential discrimination, but the other “possibility” that occurs to me is that he’s trying – yet again – to plant the seeds of tension between blacks and whites because race hostilities and angry black people are what keep Democrats in office. That’s how evil I believe Obama to be. Why should he let a perfectly good crisis go to waste?

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  2. People have to learn to hate,
    People have to learn to lie, cheat, steal, manipulate, assault, even to kill.
    People have to learn how to learn what will give themselves satisfaction that will justify their day to day interactions for a sustsinable livelihood.
    It is people who are the influence upon people whether for good or evil.
    The good in life isn’t the lesser of two evils, it’s the choice between right and wrong. It isn’t a choice between republican or democrat, conservative or liberal, the color of skin or religious beliefs. Without the cooperation between a man and a woman and their children in agreement then there is just as much devisiveness and discord as there is now between our government and citizens of our country, between political parties, between special interest groups, etc. The devisiveness that’s making everyone against everybody in every aspect of our lives has been coming down the pike through education, media, special interest awareness campaigns, and politics especially.
    And yet even though everyone knows these things to be true, every day we continue to be pounded upon by story after story about events that are dramatic hardships for someone that’s being treated unfairly or treating others unfairly Because that’s what gets the media’s attention. Promoting all the good stuff people do otherwise naturally doesn’t get media time because it doesn’t sell.
    So who’s been influencing those who are the most influential in our lives?

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  3. I saw this too and was proud of what Mr. Husser said and proud of how Louisianans handled this crisis.

    Americans picked the worst man possible to be the first black president. O is the racist and that’s what he preaches. Most Americans of all colors, didn’t have a problem with it until he started the fire with Trayvon, then threw on more wood in Ferguson, again in Baltimore and is still pushing that agenda. He’s got a lot of black people mad at cops for invalid reasons and that’s just how he likes it. Hopefully once he’s gone, we can get back to normal, which is people helping people and ignoring the color of their skin.

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    • I’m sure that it just slipped your mind, but it really started with Harvard Professor Gates being arrested and Obama jumped to the conclusion that “the Cambridge police acted stupidly” when they arrested him – he was RONG! That screw-up was (supposedly) resolved at the “Beer Summit.” That was only the beginning …

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