By Thomas Madison
As Barack Hussein, with his royal motorcade, rolled into Oklahoma City on Wednesday, he was greeted with an anti-Obama protest and a large crowd of local residents flying the much-maligned Confederate battle flag. Organized by proud black southerner, Andrew Duncomb, the group waved their flags at the president as he rolled past.
Chuckling, Duncomb told a KFOR interviewer, “Look at these people. They all followed a black guy out here. I mean, do you think any of them…. I don’t believe that any of them is racist.”
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?