August 16th, 2012
On his first
day of being introduced by USA Presidential candidate Mitt
Romney, Vice-Presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan asserted
that “Our Rights Come From Nature and God, not from
Congressman Paul Ryan is right that ultimately our rights
come from “Nature and God” but these rights as in the right
to freedom and to equal existence which were given to all
humans—Native Americans, Blacks and Whites—by God only
became realities when the government moved many non-whites
from slavery or oppression to freedom.
For Blacks and Whites to be continuously equal the
government made sure that their God-given rights are
protected constitutionally from persons and institutions
with a believe that equal rights for blacks, women and
non-whites is unjust.
Mr. Ryan, it was the government who remain focused on making
sure that blacks everywhere survive subjugation and not be
denied their God given rights. It was the government that
stated that whites and blacks should not be separated
because of skin color.
These ideas affirmed by the government and given by God
should be what Paul Ryan should champion in the 21st
century. So while our rights come from nature and God,
without the government individuals like the Visionary Nelsen
Mandela, President Barak Obama, Dr. Condoleezza Rice or
Senator Marco Rubio would not have the right to be part of
today’s national politics and prosperity.
Dr. John Egbeazien Oshodi is a Clinical/Forensic