The National Black Republican Association (NBRA), have called for the impeachment of President Barack Obama for his attacks on liberty and the commission of "egregious" acts of despotism, which constitute high crimes and misdemeanors. It is just the latest in a long line of black rebellion against Obama's policies.
NBRA chair Frances Rice was quoted as saying, “We must fight back against tyranny or we will lose our precious freedoms and we will find ourselves living in a socialist nation under the rule of despots like in Russia, China, North Korea and Cuba.”
Rice claims that the IRS targeting of the Tea Party alone is reason enough for impeachment, as is the cover up of the attack on the Benghazi embassy, but Rice readily admits that there is not enough support as of yet to actually move toward impeachment. Rice blames this on the media, who accuses anyone who is critical of the president as being racist. That includes groups, such as hers that is made up of all blacks.
The president has come under attack from several blacks and black organizations recently, from both sides of the ideological persuasions.
The Black American Leadership Alliance, a left leaning organization has criticised President Obama for pressing to legalize nearly 12 million illegal aliens, who will compete for jobs against unskilled and young blacks, who already face an unemployment rate of 41%. They marched on Washington in protest.
The Black Chamber of Congress, and it's president, Harry Alford, recently came out and openly mocked President Obama as being "clueless". Alford admitted to voting for Barack Obama in 2008, but now says he didn't use due dilligence, as all the clues were there and he didn't pay any attention to them.
Tim Scott, a black Republican senator from South Carolina, ripped Obama surrogate Harry Reid for suggesting that people are opposed to the president's agenda based on race. Reid has singled out the Tea Party in the past as being overtly racist.
What Scott did not include was the fact that he is the only black in the senate, who was voted into office as a representative of the House in a predominatly white disctrict, and that 2 out of the three Hispanic members of the senate are Republicans, who were also elected in predominantly white states.
In the House, every minority Republican rep was elected in predomintly white districts, while on the democratic side, in the history of the party, exactly one Democrat has been elected in a white district, Keith Ellison. And the biggest backers of the recent minority splurge are Tea party candidates.
The National Black Republican Association's complaints are just the latest signs that blacks are no longer willing to blindly follow the lead of the DNC.