World rejects Obama again - It must be racism.

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by jem, Oct 3, 2009.

  1. jem

    jem

    Every time the right rejects Obama it is called racism.

    The left has not problem calling every just about every non government working white person a racist....

    How come the loons on the left are not accusing world leaders of racism?
     
  2. because it probably wasnt. the fact that south america has never had an event makes them the fair choice. we would not have got it no matter who was president. in addition this probably had a big influence. thank you george bush:
    Chicago’s Loss: Is Passport Control to Blame?
    By Michelle Higgins
    Did Chicago lose the chance to host the 2016 Olympics because of airport security issues?

    Among the toughest questions posed to the Chicago bid team this week in Copenhagen was one that raised the issue of what kind of welcome foreigners would get from airport officials when they arrived in this country to attend the Games. Syed Shahid Ali, an I.O.C. member from Pakistan, in the question-and-answer session following Chicago’s official presentation, pointed out that entering the United States can be “a rather harrowing experience.”

    http://intransit.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/02/chicagos-loss-is-passport-control-to-blame/


    by the way jem. you are one of the biggest bible thumpers on this site. does it make you a hypocrit, claiming to follow jesus,when your racist leanings are displayed? do you think the jesus character was racist?
     
  3. TGregg

    TGregg

    Ladies and gentlemen, could I have the "Duh?" award of the century for presentation? We have a winner who is head and shoulders (and hips and ankles) above any possible contender, even those amazing overachievers here on EliteTrader. Please observe with me the comic genius of advanced liberalism coupled not with ignorance, not with blind stupidity, but with deliberate, cold, calculating blatant refusal to understand no matter the cost! This is an achievement to rival Micheal Moore! Notice the missed punctuation and the missed capitalization of "because". Notice the refusal to dismiss all possibility of racism by the IOC with the disclaimer of "probably".

    This is an amazing post well worth award.
     
  4. What do you mean it was not, sure it was. Chicago was the only city that was represented by black people and it was the first city to be rejected. Coincidence? Nah, there is no such thing, it must have been racism and you must be a racist yourself if you fail to see that. :D
     
  5. Ricter

    Ricter

    Frustrated, raging impotence. Mid-life crisis? Seeing the end game now and your failed life? Someone has to be blamed, can't be you. The blacks, women, the fed, or the liberals who gave them all so much power over you?
     
  6. The IOC (not the world) chose Brazil over other countries...

    Only black and white thinkers like like the poster below think accepting one country for the Olympic games is a rejection of another country hosting the games...the IOC picked Brazil for a variety of reasons, none of which had anything to do with Obama "failing."

    Why is it that the klannish bring up racism before anyone else?

    Probably because they are black and white thinkers, fearful because of their own racist tendencies...

    "The word is as you are."
    ---Indian proverb---

     
  7. The klannish can't even do satire well...

     
  8. it's a hell of a lot more interesting than sarah palin ...


    history may have something to say about this
     
  9. TGregg

    TGregg

    LOL, it's funny to see the libtards all in a huff to explain why the IOC isn't racist but other critics of The One are.

    More than most things, this board is a fine example of why liberalism fails.
     
  10. Ricter

    Ricter

    As long as Man remains a social animal liberalism will not fail. Of course, as long as people are also individuals conservatism will not fail.

    You continue to rant from a black-and-white mindset. And you're very angry. I suggest it's the mindset.
     
    #10     Oct 4, 2009