The Rev. Al Sharpton came to a paramount realm of emancipation, when he personally boycotted speaking ill of the President. What have we done, America? We have called our devised creature to control human nature “a conglomerate of minds” and divided these minds to prevent what we call our natural manner. We single out one man, determined worthy by vote; to bear a signature – then we hassle his hand as he attempts to write. Perhaps, we are disengaged at this point; our consciences broiling with national crisis… Have we forgotten how we cheered him to ballot and proudly raised signs bearing his name? At the core of man, is his integrity. The Republican Party challenging Democratic occupancy should acknowledge American dignity. Our nation was founded upon the belief that, “all men are created equal” and should be treated as such. Anything but fair treatment is denying the President his rights as a citizen. Understandably, we should determine the highest form of action possible and there will be debate as to what is most important and in what margin. However, the statute is in plain sight; what is in the best interest of the American people?
The Declaration of Independence (1776)
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