Ideology can beat Nature down, but it cannot keep it down, especially with good solid engineering. :-)

White Christians may profess egalitarianism and universal love, but “11:00 Sunday morning …[is] the most segregated hour in this nation.” (Martin Luther King, from Billy Graham).

In those days when my family was climbing the ladder of overachievement we stood on three planks of the U.S. Constitution, these being the First, Ninth, and Tenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

Implicit to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is the right of freedom of association, that being the right to associate with or not to associate with those with whom we choose.  The Ninth and Tenth Amendments reinforce this by explicitly state that unless the government is given a power by the Constitution, it does not have it.  Almost all of the “preferential” legislation wrapped around the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is unconstitutional based upon these three amendments.  You know however, Barack Obama is not the first Socialist to control government.

We as humans naturally associate with those who are more genetically like us.  Look at Sunday morning worship.  Unleash your dog in a play park with other dogs and watch where he goes.  Watch the Black Elite in America vacation at Martha’s Vineyard.  Have you noticed they congregate solely with other blacks?  Zoologist never see Bonobos having sex — which they dearly love — with Chimpanzees, a close genetic relative.  Like minds attract.

Change is in the air.  Barack Obama was very correct in that statement.  He just simply has no idea on which wind real change will blow in.

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