My argument IS NOT ABOUT "GAY MARRIAGE".
The statement "Marriage Equality" is merely a well crafted talking point mean to INDICT someone in the same way that "When Did You Stop Beating Your Wife" is meant to elicit.
Professional Progressive Political Preacher Minister Al Sharpton registers as a "Black Church Preacher" to the satisfaction of CNN's "Belief Blog".
The truth is that greater than the conflict within "The Black Church Over Gay Marriage" this is all about the LACK OF GOVERNING INFRASTRUCTURE WITHIN THE BLACK COMMUNITY.
POPULARITY rather than enforced PRINCIPLES allows anyone who has a propaganda channel, a web page and a crowd of Blacks behind them to claim the mantle of "Black Authority".
There is no amount of deposit receipts indicating the large amounts of invested resources from the Black Community into the "Embedded Confidence Man's" Super PAC that would trigger an investigation FROM WITHIN THE BLACK COMMUNITY.
There is no TRANSPARENT entity within the Black community to do the investigation. Most of the candidate for Internal Auditor believe that if any of these Confidence Men figures are harmed in their power to project the mantel of "Black Authority" that their demise would negatively impact the ability of the Democratic Party to "Turn Out The Blacks To Vote Democrat".
They are unwilling to notate the tremendous amount of damage to our GOVERNING INFRASTRUCTURE that is had by complicit operatives agreeing to be silent about the violations to our INSTITUTIONAL INTEGRITY that they see right before their eyes.
As the Black community is thrown another bit of 'bread and circuses" which is meant to provoke our compliance upon the 'Malcolm X Political Football Game" outsiders like those content providers on CNN can't bring themselves to note the fraud and usurpation of BOTH "Christian religious principles" and "Black Community Institutional Integrity" - BOTH for the benefit of marginal political interests. Worst of all - in 4 years from now the cycle will repeat. No one is going to ask the Black Community to review their "401K Community Portfolio Balance" and look for evidence of RETURN ON INVESTMENT. It is a sure bet that some external White Right-Wing threat will be responsible for the aborted growth effort.
- And Smith said there were much bigger challenges facing the black community - "larger challenges that we have to struggle with" - bringing his full congregation to its feet, with many more amens.
- McDonald, who founded a group called the African-American Ministers Leadership Council, says he opposes same-sex marriage, but that he is more concerned about issues such as health care, education and jobs.
- Black churchgoers on Sunday appeared split on same-sex marriage, though many of those opposed to it said they still supported Obama.
- The Chicago-based black minister says he lost his church building and about 6,000 members when he began preaching that gays and lesbians were accepted by God.
It should come as no surprise that a group that has been concerned about "Health Care", "Education" and "Jobs" , compelling Black people to VOTE FOR OUR SALVATION - find themselves STILL "concerned" yet unable to point to infrastructure - outside of their quest for stronger federal government control via POLITICS - as the means by which THE BLACK COMMUNITY would achieve any of these points.
I am not about to allow an Embedded Confidence Man who took to the microphone of the failed city of Detroit and told the Black masses to defend "Their Politicians" against the White State Republicans who seek to steal their Black city - never ONCE ascribing any blame of the city's condition to the people in power - to have POWER over important social and societal governance issues when the pattern of WALKING AWAY FROM THE DAMAGE THAT THE POLICIES THAT HE HAS PROMOTED is clear.
The prevailing Black Consciousness is integrated into the "American Political Domain". It is clear that President Obama is using this issue as a shot against the entrenched Republican base. The portion of Black Progressive Political Preachers that are supporting Obama's position on this - also have no track record of competency in improving the larger issue of stable, long term relationships between Black heterosexual couples.
Many of the Black pastors who are opposed to the President's opinions have no better of a track record.
In both cases - there is no evidence of INTERNAL, NON-GOVERNMENTAL institutions and governance with the scale and commitment to address the challenge that Patrick Moynihan warned about almost 50 years ago.
Sadly - the whole of America is gravitating toward a lower rate of heterosexual marriage.