Friday, November 16, 2012 1:03:07 AM
Oh, and regarding Bush? He was a thick as a brick rich boy legacy. At least we knew who was backing him. I'm still wondering where this Obama fellow came from. Who is backing him? Scary, I think.
In my dreams, there is a politician I can really believe in. But only in my dreams.
Friday, November 16, 2012 1:00:08 AM
Yeah, how come Obama's white half is never brought up? He`s not our first black president. He`s a silver spoon kid, raised by white people, educated at the best schools. He doesn`t have a clue about what the average American, black or white or whatever, is going through, day to day. He spent the last four years whining about how nothing was his fault, it was Bush`s fault. Now what is he going to do? The last four years were Obama years, and they sucked! Who is Barry going to point his little finger at now? Oh, silly me. He doesn`t give a damn. He`s just going to sit out these next four years, waiting for his pension and his years of fat lecture and publishing checks.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 9:29:43 AM
NNoamfer: I think the point it's trying to make is that when people say they don`t like Obama, a knee-jerk reaction for a lot of Obama supporters is to go "Oh, I get it. You don`t like him because he`s black." This sticker says "I hate his white half, too", as in, they hate ALL of him, not just the fact he`s part black.
It is indeed possible to dislike Obama`s policies and not be a racist. In fact, I`m willing to bet that most people who disagree with him are not racists. But the minority who get all the media attention are the ones who say things like "I can`t believe they`d even let a n!gger in the white house! Shameful!"
Personally, I`d like to see what the media would come up with if the next Democratic candidate for President happened to be a white man (again). It`d certainly eliminate a lot of the "They`re just not voting for him because he`s black and they`re racist!" arguments the media likes to make.