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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by stormspotter, Apr 3, 2012.
Obama -- the post-racial president...
Pelosi, "You have too re-elect him to know what he will do."[/sarcasm]
This is what really worries me. That and the fact people are willing to let it happen.
Hope-A-Dope: Round 2 featuring Ms. Tatyana Ali as ring girl.
I abhor double standards. EVERY black celebrity I have seen has openly said they vote OBAMA solely because he is black, they care absolutely nothing about his policy.
If a white person were to say that we would be racist. If a white candidate were to say this they would be crowned the ceremonial leader fo the KKK in the media. He represents only minorities and makes no bones about it. A white candidate is expected to cater to ALL. Its utterly disgusting.
I wonder what obama will do for straight white people if he is re-elected?
Leave Rudy Huckleberry alone!
The President can be impeached and removed from office. Of course that would mean enough members of congress with a spine to carry that out.
When was the last time that happened?
Klinton taught us that the demon-crats will close ranks and say 'he's our guy and you're not taking his power'
This was cheer-led by the manure stream media......
Also, the states could very well draw a line on what they will go along with, if things get to bad.
thats so funny it hurts, for sure it hurts
Its pretty disgusting isn't it. So much for judging a man by the content of his character and not the color of his skin.
Maybe during his second term he'll do something to combat the astronomical high unemployment rate among blacks. Hell why should he, even with such pityful unemployment numbers he'll still get the vote of most blacks
Obama campaign website yanks BET videos following TheDC's reporting
They will do anything, legal or not, unethical or not, until they get caught.
Plan on these types of things happening more and more as the election gets closer.
Since Ike, presidents in a 2nd term have LESS clout than they did in their 1st term; everyone knows they can't run again, and this severely limits their political influence. Presidents care more about avoiding the one-term classification in history than they do about effectiveness in the 2nd term.
The thought of a president "keeping things in reserve for a 2nd term" is a noble-sounding canard that has little basis in the last 60 years of American history.