Albert Maslar / August 20, 2013

It’s Not Fair to Be Fair; It’s Unfair to the Unfair

It’s not fair when on Sunday, August 18, Commander-In-Chief Barack Obama was on TV deplaning, bouncing down the ramp with an Honor Guard at the bottom of the ramp holding his salute while Obama romped by and belatedly, “after” passing the Guard, hastily flipped a perfunctory salute – or in black parlance, “In your face disgrace.” That picture has been seen along with his almost insulting salute on nearly every similar occasion and the wonder is: “Who would want to give life and limb for a commander that had so little respect for his military?”



It’s not fair to be accused of racism when the facts indicate that reverse racism is alive and thriving thanks to rabble rouser men of the cloth, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.



It’s not fair to equate black-on-white crime that is three times greater proportionately than white-on-black crime when it is an indisputable fact that only crimes against blacks are considered “racist.”



It’s not fair for an unknowing sales clerk in Switzerland declined a request from Oprah Winfrey to see a $35,000 handbag hanging protectively high up the shelf. As Oprah put it, “You don’t have to use the ”‘N’ word to be racist.“ Just being non-black seems to be racist in itself.



It’s not fair to expect Oprah – one of the richest women in the world, though handicapped severely by her black ethnicity – to not be known and adulated in the farthest reaches of the planet.



It’s not fair to call Major Nidal Hasan a Jihadist terrorist for shouting "Allahu Akbar” (God is great) while killing 13 fellow American soldiers at Fort Hood because President Obama deemed that to be “workplace violence.”



It’s not fair to not call the killing of black Trayvon Martin a racist crime because, though Zimmerman was a non-white Hispanic, a black man was killed, making it a racist issue.



It’s not fair to be the first black president and have to “endure” racism because only 45% of whites voted for the black man, not measuring up to the 95% of blacks voting for the black man.



It’s not fair that at sporting events, the National Anthem is now sung mostly by blacks but in an exaggerated Africanized dialect, denigrating the Anthem, making it all style and no substance.



It’s not fair that if black people are more wonderful than white bread, why do blacks abort – kill – three times as many babies as do whites? If they love themselves so much why do they kill themselves so much?



It’s not fair to the 50% of young black unemployed males to be denied jobs by a black president railing against the likes of the Keystone XL Pipeline that would employ many black men, but their friend in the White House single handedly blocks this and many efforts to help his black ethnicity other than free food and Obama phones.



It’s not fair to the 12 to 20 million illegal immigrants to be denied constitutional rights, including boundless welfare benefits, who then resent that they are not held in higher esteem than ticket holders that paid their way in.



It’s not fair to be pro-life when half the people are pro-abortion. After all, someone has to pay for those unwanted babies that some economists claim supposedly cost nearly $250,000 from birth to whenever, and would have contributed to a growing economy.



It’s not fair to be pro-God when a small minority is deeply offended.



It’s not fair to be correct when it is more proper and acceptable to be politically correct, and therefore incorrect.



It’s not fair to expect the president to have to uphold his own laws and legal deadlines on ObamaCare, as defined in the Constitution, as he considers it to be antiquated.



It’s not fair to expect exemptions from ObamaCare simply because Union members, Obama contributors, Congress, government employees and political favorites get exemptions. And since the Supreme Court ruled ObamaCare fees as taxes, does the unfair unequal taxation render ObamaCare unconstitutional?



It’s not fair for states to protect their rights as assigned to them by the Constitution when Big Brother knows what is best for everyone – the enumerated rights limitation notwithstanding.



It’s not fair to believe Bible admonitions against active homosexuality of 4% of the population, or to believe that gays can be counseled straight, now denied by the big man himself – no, not Obama, but New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who, other than his physical weight, looks politically more like Obama’s twin brother every passing day.



It’s not fair to preach to atheists and homosexuals about Biblical admonitions against their beliefs and practices, as their combined less than 10% qualifies them as minorities that need to be protected against overreach of the majority religious right.



It’s not fair to be white when 14% are black and 17% are Hispanic.



It’s not fair to be Conservative and on the religious Right; to believe in God, Jesus, and the hateful Ten Commandments, while casting doubt on those who disbelieve.



It’s not fair to keep a little more reward from hard work when those who haven’t worked have not the rewards.



It’s not fair to not spread the wealth but want to spread the responsibility.



It’s not fair to be a volunteer in the military and expect government to pay for medical treatment and rehab, or heaven forbid, have military chaplains pray over the coffins of heroic dead soldiers in the name of Jesus.



It’s not fair to support traditional marriage between one man and one woman, when, like in poker, two of a kind trumps two separate and distinct types.



It’s not fair to 75% who claim Christianity to then be politically Incorrect by saying “Merry Christmas,” or exchange Christmas cards at school or work.



It’s not fair for the father of one schoolgirl to have to go to the Supreme Court to stop the school from saying “Under God” when reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.



It’s not fair to be a legal American resident when law-breaking illegals get all the grease.

It’s not fair to be a Republican or Conservative because that is not Progressive, not politically correct.

It’s not fair to the president if he must be judge, jury, and executioner, pass the laws, enforce the laws or not, and pass on their constitutionality as well. One man should not have to do the job of all three branches of government, as in his words appear to be “Above my pay grade.”



It’s not fair for present generations to have to pay for unending wars, excessive government spending, waste, and welfare, when future generations should pay the national debt as their right of passage and price to pay for not having been aborted.



It’s not fair to have to carry the load for at least half of Americans that are so conditioned to be lemmings, so involved in their own little worlds, jobs, finances, relationships, etc, that they have no idea of what is happening to their country, nor do they care to know. They feel that fighting the system is futile, and therefore have already surrendered to the de facto dictatorship. Talking to them is like talking to the Western Wall, and maybe finding a note from above that tells the answer – uh oh, the answer to the wrong question.



It’s not fair that “Hope and Change” is a bald-faced Obama lie. Hope is only for sports phanatics that always hope their team will win it all NEXT year, never in the here-and-now. America is not winning here-and-now but is guaranteed NEVER to win again as “change” never seems to be for the better, but from bad to worse to worser to worsest as Keith Olbermann wisely spouted.



It’s not fair that in the good-old-days, when the status quo was better than now after change, that those days are gone forever, never to return. Egypt is proof of the pudding; Obama engineered deposing the evil dictator and electing a new leader and a year later, Egypt had regrets and in unison, except for the Muslim Brotherhood, is demanding change back to the old regime whose leader, coincidentally, is about to be released from prison.



It’s not fair because no one seems to know what the definition of “IS” is, certainly not Hillary or hubby Bill.



It’s not fair to be fair as that is unfair to the unfair.

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