He's Obama! He's Black! So, Shut Up!

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by bugscoe, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. He's Obama! He's Black! So, Shut Up!
    June 22, 2010
    Lloyd Marcus

    I received a message on Twitter from a black female, "Lloyd Marcus "F--- you!" in response to my opposition to Obama. This woman is obviously a non thinking racist who refuses to take an honest look at her black idol president. She has chosen to ignore Obama's long list of offenses of shredding the Constitution, governing against the will of the American people and using Chicago thug tactics. All this black woman knows is Obama is the chosen one and he is black. So shut up! Whites who dare to criticize or question Obama are racist and blacks who "don't get it" are Uncle Tom traitors to their race.

    One would think such small minded racist thinking would be limited to the uneducated, non achievers and welfare entitlement junkies. Unfortunately, I personally know highly educated and successful fellow blacks who feel the same about Obama as the knucklehead who sent me the vulgar note.

    Frustrated, I keep fighting the urge to confront my usually rational, wise and intelligent black associates, "What is the matter with you? Have you become brain dead?"

    Then, reality hits me. No amount of truth about Obama will change the minds of these poor racist souls who have become disciples of their Grand Holy One, His Obamaness. Next they will sell all they own, shave their heads, dress in black tunics and wait for the mother ship to arrive and fly them all to a utopia known as "The Black Planet".

    Admittedly, I am having a little fun at their expense. However, the Bible does tell us that when people want to believe a lie, no amount of truth will change their minds. Jesus told a parable about a rich man who ended up in hell. He asked God to send someone to warn his brothers so they would not suffer his fate. God told the rich man the gesture would not work because his brothers would never believe the truth.

    I am encouraged that more and more blacks are awaking from their "let's put a black guy in the White House, Obama, night of the living dead" trance. They are saying, "Dear Lord, this is not the hope and change I voted for!"

    Sadly, there will always remain a racist America hating element who will faithfully worship Obama no matter what. I pray that we America and Freedom loving patriots will out number them at the polls in November.
     
  2. If the blacks vote for Obama by 98% again and the Hispanics do something similar (the hope for which is why the southern border issue is not addressed by Obama), he is likely to be reelected as Racist President once again.
     
  3. Yannis

    Yannis

    DESPERATE OBAMA MOVES LEFT
    By DICK MORRIS & EILEEN MCGANN


    "Drowning in oil, the Obama Administration is pulling out all the stops to halt the hemorrhaging of liberal support which is driving his ratings down to the low 40s--previously unexplored territory.

    Obama has already lost all the Republicans and almost all of the Independents. But he has kept his head above water with the solid support of liberal Democrats and African-Americans. But now that the Gulf oil spill enters its eighth week, with no sign of abating, he is shedding Democrats. Rapidly.

    It is not that the gushing oil will drive a single Democrat to vote Republican. The GOP's strong support for off shore drilling will bar such switches. But the increasing image of incompetence, arrogance, conceit, aloofness, and poor management skills may induce millions of Democrats to stay home during the midterm elections of 2010.

    The oil spill will not cost Obama the presidency in 2012. It is too far away for that. But it may be a big part of his losing Congress this year.

    To forestall this possibility, the Administration is sending every possible signal to the left of its fidelity. To assuage the environmentalists, it is pushing new energy legislation, possibly resurrecting the cap and trade proposal. To bring back Latinos, he is espousing immigration reform, a cause he never got around to pushing until now when he needs their votes desperately. He has Rahm Emanuel out there knocking Republican Congressman Joe Barton of Texas for his knuckle-headed defense of BP. And he may be preparing to throw Rahm to the wolves and force his resignation as a sop to the leftists who feel that his pragmatism has hijacked the Administration.

    But none of these measures will stop the gushing of oil.

    Obama acts as if he and BP are in a zero sum game where the company's loss translates into his gain. But BP is not his opponent. Building up the company's negatives won't help Obama keep control of Congress. And flagellating it in public will make people feel good, but it will just serve to emphasize the fact that the oil is still gushing.

    Confronting a crisis that they cannot solve, presidents have a choice: Move the national attention to other issues even at the risk of appearing unconcerned or uninvolved in the crisis or focus on the crisis to prove that you care and are working hard to resolve it.

    Clinton chose the first response to the Lewinsky/impeachment drive. Carter opted for the second in the Iran hostage crisis.

    Now Obama appears drowning in oil. He can't change the subject. He can't stop the spill. Even his attacks on BP just serve to keep the oil at the top of the national agenda. If he moves on to other issues, he risks alienating the environmental left by appearing to let the oil gush while he turns his back.

    To the right and the center, the oil spill is a management issue, indicative of Obama's lack of administrative experience. Community organizers and law professors don't know how to handle oil spills. But to the left, it is an environmental issue pure and simple. Each barrel of oil that flows into the Gulf is a sin against nature and alienates those for whom environment is the key issue. And Obama can ill afford to lose them.

    So Obama is stuck, drowning in oil with no relief in sight."
     
  4. Yannis

    Yannis

    What I don't like is the effort by many liberals to appropriate the term "racist" and declare it valid only if it denotes racism of whites against blacks. That's pernicious. This word really means hatred of someone or of a group on the sole basis of their race. Blacks who hate whites on the basis of their race are racists as much as whites who hate blacks on the basis of their race, and so on.
     
  5. Though perhaps not technically correct, I think of racism as "giving preference to someone because of their race".

    Voting for Obama "because he's black" is racist.

    Affirmative Action is racist...

    Apparently the only racism we're against in America is when whites speak and act against non-whites.
     
  6. Yannis

    Yannis

    Not to forget Rev Wright's racist/anti-white views and teachings. O chose to belong to that anti-American church and be a strong member for over 20 years, until political expediency made him change his mind. Isn't that a clear indication of his racist perspective?
     
  7. I will always vote for Obama over GWB

    Unfortunately, Obama took over a wreckage from GWB and he has to do something. we need a new bubble just like in the late 90's or 2003-2007 era.

    Otherwise this nation will end up like Roman Empire. I see no bubble no hope nothing positive for the years to come.
     
  8. Yannis

    Yannis

    Well, the good news is that these two guys never ran against each other and never will, so no need to panic. Bad news is that for the foreseeable future, Obama and his supporters will always blame W for O's inexperience, arrogance and overall incompetence. But, who cares? :D
     
  9. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    Lefties, you can't make this stuff up.
     
  10. Mr. Bozo, we ARE Rome. Thanks for the vote, keep em' coming.
     
    #10     Jun 22, 2010