Ryan Bomberger, a black pro-life advocate who is the head of the Radiance Foundation and a LifeNews blogger, today released, through a separate endeavor called SoOutLoud.com, a new animated music video calling for President Obama to “Get Out.”
The two-minute video, complete with a jingle that’s infectious, adds a creative punch to the slew of political ads, daring to call out the President for flagrant violations of the Constitution. It encourages people to vote out Obama in the upcoming and pivotal November elections.
“I’m as black as Obama, and I’m tired of any legitimate criticism of the President’s policy reduced to ludicrous charges of racism,” he said. “Obama and the Democrat party have been recklessly defying our Constitution with a whole lot of hope and change that most Americans do not want.”
“It’s our duty to hold our government accountable. Both parties are guilty of diminishing the Constitution with thousands of pieces of legislation that only put layers of separation between Americans and our guaranteed Constitutional liberties,” Bomberger said. “The Democrats — the party of slavery, Jim Crow laws, anti-women’s suffrage movement, the KKK, abortion, and generational welfare–is also the party of reconstruction as it dangerously dismantles the Constitution. This video just says out loud what many others are feeling.”
Bomberger is an avid writer and a multiple award-winning creative professional who considers himself an equal-opportunity-scrutinizer. As a conservative who upholds famed orator Frederick Douglass (a Republican) as a profound source of inspiration, he’s determined to create messaging that’s fearless, factual, and freeing.
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Bomberger is an adoptee and adoptive father who has a deeply personal understanding of justice. “Frederick Douglass embraced and wielded the power of agitation. Who can stand still when the very Constitution that removed our shackles is being used, every day, to put American people in bondage?”
Bomberger has also launched www.SoOutLoud.com, to more freely deal with political issues that are outside of the scope of his nonprofit role.