Carl Pittman speaks his truths about America's "abyss of apathy, low expectations, and dependence on government." The theme is simple--and profound: "Right is right and wrong is wrong, no matter who's doing it." This means race and divergent political affiliation don't matter; nor do economic status or a tough upbringing. You make your choices. Check current events. Many white Americans despise Obama because of his race. Many black Americans find no fault with Obama for the same reason. Pittman's position? Both positions are racist: "Barack Obama should be prosecuted...because his politics are being placed above the safety and security of this nation." Ultimately, this is only peripherally about politics, though it does focus on a Constitution under attack from parties who prefer an a la carte body of law. Pittman is concerned with what's right and just in alignment with what it means to be an American.