Claim: Lloyd Marcus wrote an opinion piece entitled "A Black Man, The Progressive's Perfect Trojan Horse."
Example:[Marcus, March 2011]
A true patriot, may we be so humble as to listen and heed.
Folks, read on.
No white man could ever write an article like this and live to tell about it.
A Black man's point of view.
By Lloyd Marcus
As millions of my fellow Americans, I am outraged, devastated and extremely angry by the democrat's unbelievable arrogance and disdain for We The People. Despite our screaming “no” from the rooftops, they forced Obamacare down our throats. Please forgive me for using the following crude saying, but it is very appropriate to describe what has happened. "Don't urinate on me and tell me it's raining." Democrats say their mission is to give all Americans health care. The democrats are lying. Signing Obamacare into law against our will and the Constitution is tyranny and step one of their hideous goal of having as many Americans as possible dependent on government, thus controlling our lives and fulfilling Obama’s promise to fundamentally transform America.
I keep asking myself. How did our government move so far from the normal procedures of getting things done? Could a white president have so successfully pulled off shredding the Constitution to further his agenda? I think not.
Origins: Lloyd Marcus' web site describes him as a "(black) Unhyphenated American, singer/songwriter, entertainer, author, artist, and Tea Party patriot." The piece referenced above, "A Black Man, The Progressive's Perfect Trojan Horse?" was his blog entry for 25 March 2010.
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