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Would Obama Incite Civil Unrest to Win?

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by DOC44, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. DOC44

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  2. cowboywannabe

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    hes already ignored so much black on white hate crime i dont see why he wouldnt look the other way with civil unrest also.
     


  3. Peace Officer

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    He would do whatever it takes to stay as our Muslim and Chief! Four more years:rofl:
     
  4. marchboom

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    I put NOTHING past obama and his co-conspirators (democrat politicians and his staff).
     
  5. janice6

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    I have no doubt that Obama would do anything to win. The country, nor it's citizens, or their rights, has no meaning to him.

    His agenda does not include us.
     
  6. Deployment Solu

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    It wouldn't fair well for those doing the unresting here!!!! People are tired of crime and violence.
     
  7. He's already shown he doesn't like white people, just the folks he wants to support a meal ticket to. With that said, he'll do anything he can to continue on as our Muslim Chief.
     
  8. cowboy1964

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    Any theories on how he's going to incite such massive unrest? It's going to take more than calling Romney a BSer. And how, exactly, does doing that help Obama win?
     
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2012
  9. Claim vote fraud perpetuated by Republicans. That's the obvious ploy, given "my people" Holder's ongoing efforts to nullify state voter ID requirements and his non-prosecution of New Black Panthers for [white] voter intimidation in 2008.


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  10. Cavalry Doc

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    I'm thinking we are a little too late to think that civil unrest is an option. Unless he could somehow engineer a scenario where violent minorities kept whitey from voting, with plausible deniability.

    That won't work well in my neck of the woods. Besides, there is no way to respond until you see what the motivation for civil unrest is. Now, will there be some hard feelings after this election? Sure will. Either way, there will be incidents of stupid people sucking on sour grapes doing bad things.

    Be careful out there.
     
  11. Sporaticus

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    I have not doubt if we could get a copy of the Chicagoland Thug Politics manual, there is a section on scorched earth policy.
     
  12. Cavalry Doc

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    You don't understand organized crime very well. It's a business. The CEO is the CEO as long as the shareholders want him to be. When his time is up, you change CEO's. You don't torch the casinos, stills and brothels to try to keep the top crook in place. He's only there as long as he is good for business.

    The (R)'s may get a turn, but it will not be a generation of (R)'s running things. Stuff will change and give a (D) a chance again. It would be really interesting to see a few more (L)'s in the mix, and (I know I'm dreaming here) a few (T)'s. Tea Party.
     
  13. Providence

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    I'm hoping the people who would riot will be all tired out from looting after Sandy. (Joke)

    I also suggest caution, but I don't expect much in the way of trouble. Isolated and centered in cities. Hope I'm right.
     
  14. QNman

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    I think Obama would dig his dead grandmother up and back her over with the Canadian-made Presidential Tour Bus, if he thought it would win him the election.

    However, I'm not sure I see how inciting violence would help his cause - directly or subtly.
     
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  15. DMaddox

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    I do not think that he would incite the violence.

    But if his followers think that their gravy train is not going to show up, or if they think that Romney "stole" the election, they may riot all by themselves.

    Remember the verdict in L.A.? Imagine nation-wide.
     
  16. GAFinch

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    Sandy, which may lead to power outages for up to a week in some places, could somehow disrupt voting.
     
  17. jdavionic

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    I don't think he will prior to the election. However I think rioting after the election is very possible. And just like he did with the Occupy Wall St., I expect him to offer justification for the rioting.
     
  18. SCmasterblaster

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    I think that he has been planning for this since Inauguration Day 2009.
     
  19. czsmithGT

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  20. F350

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    With social media these days, riots in multiple major cities could be instigated in less than 24 hours, then "spontaneously" spread to every major city in another 24. Then the riots are cause for Martial Law and postponement of the elections indefinably.

    A little far fetched but not out of the realm of possibility.