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Email from California Legislator draws attention

Marilyn Davenport, member of the California Legislature, who is a Tea Party activist and an elected member of the central committee of the Republican Party of Orange County, said she felt the email was a joke,
The email contains a doctored photo of what appears to be a family portrait of two adult chimpanzees posing with a young chimpanzee with Obama's face pasted on it.
The caption that ran with the photo says "Now you know why no birth certificate," the affiliate reported.

The California Republican who forwarded an email depicting President Obama as a baby chimpanzee finally apologized today, saying she knew she "offended the black people," but vowed not to resign.

Marilyn Davenport, a 74-year-old white state rep, invoked multiple Bible verses in her apology while saying her constituents want her to stay on.

Politician Behind Obama-Chimp Email: It's 'Much To Do About Nothing' Davenport, a Tea Party sympathizer who represents suburban Los Angeles in the California State Assembly, admitted to forwarding a photo of a family of chimp in which Obama’s face is photo-shopped on the baby monkey. The photo caption read: “Now you know why no birth certificate,” referring to some people’s belief that Obama wasn’t born in the United States.

Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For California GOP Lawmaker To Resign After Obama Chimp Email Davenport said she would not resign her political post in Fullerton, Calif., because she is "getting comments from my constituents asking me, `Please do not resign,' and out of respect for (them) I will continue to remain in office.''
She claimed she thought the email was "political satire" but admitted that she did not send it to some people she thought "might be offended."

Marilyn Davenport, which shows the altered picture of Obama with the caption: “Now you know why – No birth certificate!”
Yet the fact that a Republican official in Orange County – sometimes called “the most Republican county in the US" – so obviously endorses the "birther" movement.

New York newspaper accused of racism over 'Barack Obama chimpanzee ...

Feb 18, 2009 ... A prominent New York newspaper has been accused of racism over a cartoon comparing the administration of Barack Obama to a mad chimpanzee.

The cartoon drew immediate criticism from Al Sharpton, the black activist and community leader. In a statement, Mr Sharpton said the cartoon was "troubling at best given the historic racist attacks of African-Americans as being synonymous with monkeys".

Liberal Media Racism

Bush and Chimp Bush and Chimp Photos
Like some Moral Code was violated, comparing Obama to a monkey. Yet if the liberals compare George Bush to a chimp monkey, it is a funny joke, and it is okay.


Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama

A lot of comparisons have been made about Lincoln and Obama. Both of them have worked hard to expand the power of the federal government. Lincoln promoted segregation of races, not racial equality as the media now portrays him. Lincoln was not an advocate to equality and civil rights as he is often portrayed.

When Barack Obama took the oath of office Jan. 20, he placed his left hand on Abraham Lincoln's Bible.

Much has been made of the Lincoln connection, with the first black man assuming the presidency in the 200th anniversary of Honest Abe's birthday. The historic alignment has occasioned renewed spasms of idolatrous odes to "The Great Emancipator; But before we're all swept away in a paroxysm of national ecstasy, a few inconvenient truths must be noted about "Honest Abe."

First, Lincoln's Bible wasn't some well-worn family tome. It was purchased for his first inauguration by William Thomas Carroll, clerk of the Supreme Court.

Lincoln himself wasn't exactly a traditional Christian, or even religious. In his 20s, he wrote a "little Book on Infidelity," which questioned the inspiration of the Bible. Most research suggests that Lincoln believed in some form of providence, but wrestled with the idea of a personal God, despite frequently invoking deity in public utterances.

Lincoln and Slavery

Such heterodoxy might have placed Lincoln ahead of his time in terms of secular philosophy, but his thinking on racial matters was truly mainstream for the period. During the Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858, for example, he declared: "I have no purpose to introduce political and social equality between the white and black races. There is a physical difference between the two, which in my judgment, will probably forever forbid their living together upon the footing of perfect equality. I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people. I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race."

Four years later, in an Aug. 22, 1862, letter to New York Tribune Editor Horace Greeley, Lincoln wrote: "If I could save the union without freeing any slave I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone, I would also do that. What I do about slavery and the colored race I do because I believe it helps to save the union." When Lincoln panned those words, a draft of the Emancipation Proclamation lay in his desk drawer. So who was "The Real Lincoln?"

Loyola (Md.) College professor Thomas DiLorenzo, who titled a 2003 book with that question, says it's important that the public get the unvarnished picture. "The average American - who has not spent much time reading Lincoln's speeches, but has learned about him through the filter of Lincoln scholars - will be surprised or even shocked by some of his words and actions. He stated over and over again that he was opposed to political or social equality of the races; he was not an abolitionist, but denigrated them, and distanced himself from them; and his primary means of dealing with racial problems was to attempt to colonize all American blacks in Africa, Haiti, and Central America -- anywhere but in the United States."

National Mythology

Much like Soviet-era schoolchildren who were indoctrinated to worship Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin, a corpus of 16,000 books on Lincoln conditions Americans to believe that the simple country lawyer from Illinois honorably defended his country and freed a race. His ethereal presence at Obama's inaugural ceremonies, and Obama's copious references to him, reinforce this national mythology. Indeed, Lincoln was positively clairvoyant about the Leviathan State, and fought to usher it in.

"Lincoln thought of himself as the heir to the Hamiltonian political tradition, which sought a much more centralized governmental system, one that would plan economic development with corporate subsidies and the printing of money by the central government," DiLorenzo writes. While waging the Civil War, Lincoln turned constitutional rights on their head, imprisoning thousands of Northern citizens without trial (including dozens of newspaper publishers and members of the Maryland legislature), confiscating citizens' firearms and even deporting a member of Congress, Clement Vallandigham, for opposing Lincoln's income tax proposal. Obama and Lincoln certainly wouldn't see eye to eye on race today, but they could yet become soul mates on wielding power for the "greater good."

The Lincoln and Obama page bring you these verses:

Genesis 31:27
Why did you run off secretly and deceive me? Why didn't you tell me, so I could send you away with joy and singing to the music of tambourines and harps?
Leviticus 9:24
Fire came out from the presence of the LORD and consumed the burnt offering and the fat portions on the altar. And when all the people saw it, they shouted for joy and fell facedown.
Deuteronomy 16:14
Be joyful at your Feast--you, your sons and daughters, your menservants and maidservants, and the Levites, the aliens, the fatherless and the widows who live in your towns.


Exodus 20:5
You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me...

Information on the Ten Commandments These links have comprehensive information on the Ten Commandments of God in Exodus 20.

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