Southfield, MI (PRWEB) June 26, 2012
In a video titled “Honesty on Racism-Presidential Election 2012,” Geoffrey Fieger of Fieger Law asks the general public, “Can we speak honestly about racism?” The commercial was seen broadcasted to homes everywhere and the corresponding video is also viewable on YouTube and In My America. The video is already stirring up all sorts of emotions and responses; however most would agree that it is something that needed to be said.
In the exceptionally powerful one minute and five second clip, Fieger from the stance of a White man in America is heard accusing some of his brethren of being racist. “I know damn well that it really bothers my white brethren that a black family is occupying the White House.” Many are already claiming that Fieger is making waves and is the only one courageous enough to say what everybody else has already been thinking.
Much of his argument is based around those who have been constantly fixated on President Obama’s place of birth, the disrespect, and his status as a true American. “Every time I hear someone insinuate that President Obama is Muslim, or a communist, or a radical, or a foreigner all I really hear them say is that he’s Black,” added Fieger.
“If President Obama was white, do you really think there would be people questioning his birth certificate and whether he was born in the United States?”
Backing up his claim, Fieger referred to George Romney who ran for the Republican Presidential nomination back in 1968. George Romney is the father of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and was born in a Mormon Colony located in Mexico; clearly outside of the United States.
“Perhaps you don’t remember that Mitt Romney’s father, George Romney, ran for President in the 1960’s. George Romney wasn’t born in the United States. He was born in Mexico. And do you remember anyone questioning whether he was a real American citizen or whether he could run for President?”
Holding firm to his motto, “If you don’t stand for something, you end up standing for nothing,” Fieger is sharing his strong stance and beliefs on a topic that has plagued society and Obama’s Presidential term.
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