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  • Flumpy
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    Originally posted by bad hammy
    Uh, he's black and he keeps being black??
    That's socialists for ya!!! :roll:

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  • kuha
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    Originally posted by bad hammy
    Originally posted by kuha
    Originally posted by TrakFan
    Originally posted by lonewolf
    It is the Obama camp that keeps injecting race into this campaign, seeing racism in the most innocuous of statements.
    Please explain how his campaign has injected race into...the race?
    Yes, indeed. And I find the "keeps injecting" notion particularly curious.
    Uh, he's black and he keeps being black??
    Well, that's one explanation. By that measure, I "keep injecting hunger" into the world.

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  • bad hammy
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    Originally posted by kuha
    Originally posted by TrakFan
    Originally posted by lonewolf
    It is the Obama camp that keeps injecting race into this campaign, seeing racism in the most innocuous of statements.
    Please explain how his campaign has injected race into...the race?
    Yes, indeed. And I find the "keeps injecting" notion particularly curious.
    Uh, he's black and he keeps being black??

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  • kuha
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    Originally posted by TrakFan
    Originally posted by lonewolf
    It is the Obama camp that keeps injecting race into this campaign, seeing racism in the most innocuous of statements.
    Please explain how his campaign has injected race into...the race?
    Yes, indeed. And I find the "keeps injecting" notion particularly curious.

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  • TrakFan
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    Originally posted by lonewolf
    It is the Obama camp that keeps injecting race into this campaign, seeing racism in the most innocuous of statements.
    Please explain how his campaign has injected race into...the race?

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  • jazzcyclist
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    Originally posted by Mighty Favog
    Whether it comes from the top or not, it's been said.

    Hillsborough (FL) county GOP chair David Storck:
    "I see carloads of black Obama supporters coming from the inner city to cast their votes for Obama. This is their chance to get a black president and they seem to care little that he is at minimum, socialist, and probably Marxist in his core beliefs. After all, he is black -- no experience or accomplishments -- but he is black."
    http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/e ... 883431.ece

    Senator Saxy Chambliss (R-GA) is only slightly coded: “The other folks are voting.”
    http://dyn.politico.com/printstory.cfm? ... 478B019AA7
    As these folks diminish the Black support of the Republican party from 10% to 2% by driving out the decent folks like JC Watts and Colin Powell, the only people left will be the kooks like Jesse Lee Peterson. If Obama gets elected, a shrewd move would be to appoint the nation's first Hispanic to the Supreme Court and make Bill Richardson his Secretary of State. That would insure that the present-day Republican party would remain in the minority for at least another generation.

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  • eldrick
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    in limey we never thought we'd ever be ready for a woman leader, but we got thatcher back in '79 !

    the country got over the novelty after a year or 2

    germany, western europe's pwerhouse has merkel, a woman as their leader

    if that country given it's hisory can elect a woman, pretty much anyone can get elected in western world countries

    the novelty value will wear off after a year or so & he'll be considered just as "the president" & not "the black president"

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  • gm
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    Why riot? There's another election in four years, unless you wackjob leftnuts declare martial law. </channelingbushderangementsufferers>

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  • kuha
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    Originally posted by Marlow
    Originally posted by gh
    Obama . . . he's an authoritarian!"
    That's so rich. If he were MORE authoritarian, more right-wingers would like him!!
    Absolutely. The Republicans' disrespect for linguistic meaning and plain old rationality would be comical if it wasn't so cynical and disgraceful. I'm not easy to shock at my age, but alot of this stuff truly shocks me.

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by gh
    Obama . . . he's an authoritarian!"
    That's so rich. If he were MORE authoritarian, more right-wingers would like him!!

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  • gh
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    Rush just said (and I paraphrase): "Some have called Obama a leftist, or a socialist or even a Marxist. I'll tell you what he is: he's an authoritarian!"

    He then went on to give examples of other authoritarians, like Nasser and Castro!

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by Mighty Favog
    Whether it comes from the top or not, it's been said.

    Hillsborough (FL) county GOP chair David Storck:
    "I see carloads of black Obama supporters coming from the inner city to cast their votes for Obama. This is their chance to get a black president and they seem to care little that he is at minimum, socialist, and probably Marxist in his core beliefs. After all, he is black -- no experience or accomplishments -- but he is black."
    http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/e ... 883431.ece
    Guys like that should be drummed out of the GOP. But of course he won't be because that kind of crap is being generated at the top of the party. Socialist? Marxist? Bullshit. It's just a lie and they should be called on this and taken to task every time they say it.

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  • Mighty Favog
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    Whether it comes from the top or not, it's been said.

    Hillsborough (FL) county GOP chair David Storck:
    "I see carloads of black Obama supporters coming from the inner city to cast their votes for Obama. This is their chance to get a black president and they seem to care little that he is at minimum, socialist, and probably Marxist in his core beliefs. After all, he is black -- no experience or accomplishments -- but he is black."
    http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/e ... 883431.ece

    Senator Saxy Chambliss (R-GA) is only slightly coded: “The other folks are voting.”
    http://dyn.politico.com/printstory.cfm? ... 478B019AA7

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  • Conor Dary
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    Originally posted by mojo
    Originally posted by lonewolf
    I do not expect any wide scale rioting. I will not be surprised if there are incidents.
    It is the Obama camp that keeps injecting race into this campaign, seeing racism in the most innocuous of statements.

    .
    I could not disagree with you more about Obama's camp injecting race into the campaign. Just the opposite. Obama made one comment, that I know of (and I await your additional examples by him or anyone associated with his campaign) when he said 'he wouldn't look like the other presidents on the dollar bill. One teeny funny comment.


    I think BOTH sides have done a good job keeping race out of this.
    Can't say the same for some of the nutbar racists that support McCain-and aren't afraid to go on camera with their filth.
    I heartily agree with mojo on her first point.

    However, it is not true McCain has kept subtle racism out of the race anymore than Reagan with his 'welfare queen' remarks and opening his 1980 campaign in Philadelphia, Mississippi calling for 'states' rights', or Bush 1 with his Willie Horton ads.


    This Joe the Plumber is part of this Atwater-Rovian nonsense.

    'If that wasn't enough, McCain introduced Wurzelbacher as "an American hero, a great citizen of Ohio and my role model."'

    On Tuesday, Wurzelbacher endorsed the insane idea that a vote for Obama would be "a vote for the death of Israel."

    http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2008/10/3 ... ole-model/

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  • mojo
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    Originally posted by lonewolf
    I do not expect any wide scale rioting. I will not be surprised if there are incidents.
    It is the Obama camp that keeps injecting race into this campaign, seeing racism in the most innocuous of statements.

    .
    I could not disagree with you more about Obama's camp injecting race into the campaign. Just the opposite. Obama made one comment, that I know of (and I await your additional examples by him or anyone associated with his campaign) when he said 'he wouldn't look like the other presidents on the dollar bill. One teeny funny comment.


    I think BOTH sides have done a good job keeping race out of this.
    Can't say the same for some of the nutbar racists that support McCain-and aren't afraid to go on camera with their filth.

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