Put The White Back in the White House? [Pic+]

Submitted by: SmagBoy1 5 years ago in

...the Republican Answer to Obama Phone Lady!
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Male 40,734
@patchy: They did it before, but that doesn`t mean they did it THIS TIME?? That sounds like an 8 year-old trying to explain why the cookie jar is empty...

Hi @cobrakiller! Looks like you own @CrakrJak an apology!

De-funding PBS in NO WAY would "kill" Sesame Street, they`re a 300 Million Dollar a Year Corporation... S-Street could FUND PBS! (Well partly).

@markust claiming the KKK is a "conservative" group = lolz! They`re Democrats ffs! Oh, I see @cobrakiller claims the "southern Democrats" are further "right" than the Repubs... AFTER THE CIVIL WAR! How about 2012? The KKK is still largely Democrat, still "left" of the Repubs.

@Andrew155 put up a strong string of posts! Woot!
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Male 5,811
@5cats: While Dems have been caught planting in the past, that doesn`t mean this is a plant; that`s just speculation.
Also:

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Male 40,734
[quote]De-funding PBS is equivalent to killing sesame street.[/quote]
@cobrakiller: srsly? I gave you every option to walk away with honor, but you persist?
Oy!
@CrakrJak has answered you 100%, I need not do any more to shame you.

[quote]"He`s a liberal plant" only helps keep the problem alive.[/quote]
@markust: "facts" are what "keeps the problem" alive? One simply CANNOT provide examples of the GOP doing the same to the DNC`s events. It simply has not happened!
SO: Exposing the TRUTH = Problem.
A "problem" for one side ONLY of course...
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Male 15,832
[quote]I know that the Tea Party is its own radical group within the republican party. [/quote]
Yeah, don`t be fooled by the fact that they clean up after themselves. They look like a bunch of really dangerous subversives to me!


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Male 17,511
cobrakiller: CTW is PBS`s leading franchise. Big Bird isn`t going to die, even if the CPB looses it`s funding. The licensing on Sesame St. toys alone is hundreds of millions of dollars.

Besides, even if only 50 million of you liberals gave the CPB $10, it would more than make up the loss.
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Male 14,331

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Male 1,866
@FoolPrussia: You missed the point.
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Male 3,445
`So when the n188ers do it, it`s ok but when they get a dose of their own medicine it`s racist?

I have a problem with this logic.`

Let me know when you learn the meaning of the word `logic.`
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Male 1,866
So when the n188ers do it, it`s ok but when they get a dose of their own medicine it`s racist?

I have a problem with this logic.
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Male 5,002
There is racism on both sides. It is negative part of humanity, but the people who really seam to own racism with very open displays pretty much always seam to be conservative extremists (KKK, skinhead...). The only way it is going to go away is when conservatives stop pretending it isn`t there and start shunning jerks like this guy. The fake "He`s a liberal plant" only helps keep the problem alive.
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Male 3,445
`I just Googled Jamie Sabau images, and I noticed something quite curious: in nearly every one of those images, you can see the subject`s face. The exceptions are sports action shots. However, the guy in the racist t-shirt didn`t look like he was being tackled or diving for a loose ball. He must have been running too fast for the photographer to get in front of him.`

Jamie Sabau is a photojournalist. I have a B.A. in photojournalism. Editors usually like to choose pictures with clear faces, and portfolio pictures are chosen the same way most of the time. The only exception would be something like this shot, where the image is strong without showing a face.
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Male 14,331
@cobrakiller

PBS would never cut sesame street it`s their cash cow. Ever see how many toys they have?
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Male 7,830
5cats, I see what you are saying. However, Romney does want to kill big bird...and elmo, and grover, and oscar, and snuffleupagus. De-funding PBS is equivalent to killing sesame street.
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Male 579
... and suddenly every last conservative in America is now a racist! Morons.
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Male 14,331

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Male 403
so thats racist however, the "once you vote black you never go back" slogan isn`t? i will agree that guy isn`t helping out romney.
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Male 14,331
MEH lacks the funny!
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Male 40,734
@cobrakiller: no, it`s like saying "Senator Joe Smith NEVER beat his wife! There`s no evidence he smacked her around! Her visits to the hospital had nothing to do with domestic violence!"
It just associates the candidate with something negative, which is the ONLY thing the DNC has to offer this election.

Romney wants to KILL Big Bird!
See?
I`m not saying you`re doing it on purpose, just pointing out the similarity.

Oh: just for laughs: An Obama ad I saw on the weekend accuses Romney of wanting to "raise the debt" by 5 Trillion! ZOMG! That`s at least 1 Trillion LESS than Obama did!!! LOLZ!
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Male 540
This might be a setup, but there is evidence of people actually talking this way.

White House for a Reason
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Male 7,830
bakcaigan21, yes i would. I know that the Tea Party is its own radical group within the republican party. The difference is that a lot of republican candidates have been going out of their way to pander to them.

5cats, so what you are saying is that if is say "Romney is not a racist", that helps with the Democrats attack on Romney? I dont get how.
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Male 40,734
@CobraKiller: I`m just saying that putting the two in the same sentence helps promote the Democrat attacks on Romney, that`s all.

[quote]hey 5cats you were MIA on the last few posts about science hating right wing looney`s.[/quote]
@normalfreak: Sorry I missed your comment last night! Thanks! Um, unless that`s not a compliment? Then UGH!

@FP and @jtreb: The `false flag` attacks were planned on the TeaParty by the Democrats before the mid-terms. Most weren`t carried out since the TP caught wind of the plan and took effective counter-measures. But many were, it`s a fact.
That doesn`t mean the Dems have given up on it though, with a willing MSM it`s just too easy to resist...
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Male 560
@jtrebowski Speaking what we`re all thinking!
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Male 560
@cobrakiller "Okay, I was wrong. There are still some politicians who label themselves southern democrats, but they are not really looked upon fondly by the other members of the democratic party." would you accept this statement about right wing republicans and tea party people not being looked fondly upon by the majority of the republicans?
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Male 17,511
jtrebowski: I`m convinced you`re a troll that needs to get back under it`s bridge.
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Male 10,338
Yep. Obvious plant.

If he isn`t careful, Chip and Chaz will take him out back and show him some Yuppie justice!
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Male 1,196
hahahahaha
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Male 15,832
[quote]The photo was taken by Jamie Sabau...[/quote]
I just Googled Jamie Sabau images, and I noticed something quite curious: in nearly every one of those images, you can see the subject`s face. The exceptions are sports action shots. However, the guy in the racist t-shirt didn`t look like he was being tackled or diving for a loose ball. He must have been running too fast for the photographer to get in front of him.
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Male 3,369
CrakrJak: "Obvious plant is obvious."

I`ve suspected for a long time that you`re a liberal plant trying to make conservatives look stupid. Looks like I was right.
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Male 7,830
To all the people who keep saying "He is a liberal plant", that may not be the case. The photo was taken by Jamie Sabau, who took many photos at that rally. That just happens to be one of the ones he took. Chances are it really was just one ignorant *sshole in a group of people. I really hope that he caught some sh*t either way. If not, that doesnt say much about the other people around him.
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Male 17,511
Who puts a sticker on the back of their shirt ?

Obvious plant is obvious.
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Male 15,832
More likely than not, this guy is a liberal trying to smear Republicans as racist. It certainly wouldn`t be the first time. It`s all too convenient that he shows up right in front of a friendly cameraman who won`t show his face or get his name. I, for one, would be VERY interested to know just who he is as well as who took the picture.

Regarding the "related incidents" of anti-Obama vandalism and graffiti, history has shown that these are almost ALWAYS false flags -- liberals vandalizing their own property and proclaiming to an incurious and unquestioning left-wing media that it was an attack by racist, sexist, homophobic, conservative Republican bigots.

If you don`t believe it, just Google "fake hate crimes."
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Male 3,445
@Andrew155: The guy in that video wouldn`t be able to fool anyone, though. It`s not really infiltrating if you`re clearly there to mock the supporters.
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Male 2,578
Listen guys, this guy could be totally a Romney guy or a Democrat plant. There is no way of knowing. An independent analysis would bring some suspicion on a guy.


Anyways, there is plenty of precedent for Democrats going into rallies to do this. They especially like to go to Tea Party Rallies and pretend to be racist. No, Obama did not order it. He has the world to deal with, it`s his supporters.

In my first post, I provided evidence that a Democrat supporter vandalized his own HQ during the healthcare debate. A Democrat also drew a Swastika on a congressman`s office.

Video evidence:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4bpgnkNN7Q&feature=player_embedded
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Male 5,002
Racism is not a partisan issue. It is human nature that goes back to the days of tribes and being able to recognize quickly people (threats) that are different. Every race has an equal amount of racism. It is easy to be racist. The hard part is to be a better person. Politically you can tell which group makes a conscious effort to be a better person by the mixture of races they associate with. Sorry cons but you can`t scream racism at liberals when your convention is always a sea of white. The proof is in the pudding - white white pudding. You`re about 4-6 years away from getting it. But as a group you are not there yet.
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Male 3,445
A quick google search brought up this facebook page: Here
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Male 3,445
`Given that Democrats have in the past gone to Republican and Tea Party events to do this sort of thing`

I wouldn`t be surprised if this sort of thing happened with both parties, but I have to admit I`m never heard of what you`re talking about here. Can you provide a source?
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Male 1,293
What makes anyone think this guy is a Republican? That is utterly naive. Given that Democrats have in the past gone to Republican and Tea Party events to do this sort of thing, and given that the slogan is only found on an anti-Palin website, given that this man deliberately stood in front of a news photographer then exposed the T-shirt, given not one other Republican had the slogan on the back so the photo wouldn`t show his face ...

Look, in the unlikely event he is a Republican, he is one. That tells nothing about the rest.
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Male 186
And this is news how??
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Male 7,830
Okay, I was wrong. There are still some politicians who label themselves southern democrats, but they are not really looked upon fondly by the other members of the democratic party.
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Male 7,830
5cats, really? I did not equate Romney and the KKK at all. My whole point is that this guy could be really racist and not a "Liberal Troll".

Also, the KKK is a far right-wing group. They were formed by southern demoracts after the civil war. The southern democrats were separate from the northern demoracts [the democratic party we know today] and were even more conservative than the republican party at the time. The southern democrats no longer exist by the way, and many of their members went on to become republicans after the party died off.
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Male 7,912
hey 5cats you were MIA on the last few posts about science hating right wing looney`s. I see you have found your normal trollbait topic though. carry on!
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Female 6,381
MeGrendel:
I knew someone would point that out, but didn`t bother to go back and put "white" in front of "racist." You`re right, but you know the point I was making.
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Male 40,734
@cobrakiller: The KKK is mostly Democrats, just fyi...

What this guy has to do with the KKK? idk...

Yes there`s plenty of racism, people hate blacks. People hate whites. People hate asians & ad infinitum... duh!

But be SURE to take every opportunity you can to mention "Romney" and "KKK" in the same sentence!! You GO dog!
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Male 40,734
"Malik Zulu Shabazz [is"> going to vote for Romney?"
Actually @MeGrendel: I posted a link showing how he doesn`t like Obama! lolz!
Linky Here!
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Male 40,734
Democrat troll, they`ve been doing this since the Tea Party was formed.

Also: I`d rather put some BLACK back in the White House. As in "Out of the Red (ink) and into the Black" eh?
EH?
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Male 7,830
Don`t let what I said stop anybody from visiting Michigan though. It`s really no different than anywhere else.
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Male 4,431
yes, it makes just TOTAL sense that no racist, even, anywhere would go to a Romney rally, but that a Democrat troll would, especially one sent in *by* Obama. Holy poo, that`s just so rich with denial that it`s wonderful. I`m not saying that a Democrat troll wouldn`t do this, but, to think it`s *more likely* than that a real, live racist would? You have no clue about your party, do you guys?
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Male 7,830
andrew155, my point wasnt that romney and the KKK had anything to do with each other. I was just telling you that there is still plenty of open racism. Racists dont always just sit quietly in a corner and talk amongst themselves.

About Howell; while they have been trying to destroy their image as a capital for racists in recent years, things have only changed on the surface. They still have a long way to go to make up for their legacy. It is their legacy that keeps a certain type of people living there. Trust me that is not the only pretty open racism in Michigan [and I am sure most states], and I am not proud of that fact. You should meet some people from small towns in the upper peninsula. I think some of those people are stuff in the 19th century still. And not just because of the rampant racism.
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Male 164
I`m with you Baelzar. Definitely seems like Democrat troll!
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Male 2,578
cobrakiller - KKK rallies are not Romney rallies? I mean, seriously. They have their own rallies for their own supporters and they don`t care about alienating people because they ARE NOT RUNNING FOR THE PRESIDENCY.

That`s a straw-man. Address the issue I put forth. Anyways, everything I looked up on Howell showed that it isn`t infested with KKK these days.
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Male 7,830
hedkwab, It wasnt solely on his race. I am not so blind to think that it had nothing to do with some peoples vote, but I am pretty sure he got the winning votes because people were tired of the sh*t the republican party did to f*ck things up for eight years. He hasnt done a miraculous job, but I hope people arent going to screw us over by putting Mitt W Bush into office.
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Male 5,872
Perhaps the first `W` on this shirt should be substituted for an `S`.
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Male 7,830
Andrew155, yes, because there are never racist rallies by skin heads, KKK, etc. Being openly racist happens all the time in small numbers like that. Hell, there is a city here in Michigan [that I am not proud of] that is all white because it is run by a chapter of the clan. Its called Howell. Look it up.
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Male 340
"There`s only one candidate a racist can support"

Implying that Obama did not get voted in to office solely because of his race
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Male 1,399
Weird that he`s not wearing his coat, and he`s standing back by all the press photogs. Hmm.
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Male 2,841
Better a white guy that knows what he is doing than an inept mixed dude.
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Male 8,527
carmium-"there`s only one candidate a racist can support"

So you`re saying that Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Jay-Z, & Malik Zulu Shabazz are all going to vote for Romney?
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Male 2,578
Basically, there are definitely racists supporting both Romney and Obama. The real racists are not going to rallies wearing shirts that say, "look at me, I`m a racist!", though. Come on.

If the government is willing to lie about the Gulf of Tonkin incident, causing the deaths of 60,000 Americans, this is not that big of a stretch.
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Male 2,578
This is something I bet an Obama supporter would do. It`s just too blatant. Even a racist knows wearing this would backfire on Romney by alienating people. He knows it would alienate people. There`s definitely more than a 50% chance he`s getting money.

Remember that time Democrats vandalized their own congressman`s office in Georgia with a Swastika? And also when they vandalized the Denver Democrat HQ during the healthcare debate.

Here`s one example:

http://www.denverpost.com/recommended/ci_13199902
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Female 6,381
Well, let`s face it: there are racists out there and there`s only one candidate a racist can support, so Romney`s gonna get these SOBs, like it or not.
As much as I wouldn`t vote for a Romormoney, I couldn`t hold this against him.
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Male 416
Maybe he`s just concerned about how dirty the exterior of the building has become. He clearly believes that a Romney administration would do a better job of powerwashing the stucco.
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Male 13,630
Get arrested for crap like that over in Blighty
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Male 2,711
nah... that`s not at all racist, is it?
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Male 4,431
Link: Put The White Back in the White House? [Pic+] [Rate Link] - ...the Republican Answer to Obama Phone Lady!
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