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Another typical disappointed Obama hater

Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by Popeye, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. Popeye

    Popeye Active Member

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    We know that racism was and is behind much of the opposition directed toward President elect Obama. Thankfully, this election has shown those people to be a small minority..however the hatred still exists. Take this man in Midlands Texas (figures) for example.

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    http://www.mlive.com/news/saginawnews/index.ssf?/base/news-6/1226071235133480.xml&coll=9

    http://crooksandliars.com/david-neiwert/another-disappointed-obama-hater
     
  2. Pandora

    Pandora Well-Known Member

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    I disagree with you that race was a big factor except for that your messiah made it a factor and will continue to make it a factor. Anyone who dared to disagree with him or his ideas were racist. and in the future anyone who dares to disagree with him is racist.

    that man in the photo probably represents far less than 1% of the population
     
  3. Popeye

    Popeye Active Member

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    I don't know about 1%...I think racism played a significant part in a couple of states...Despite his overwhelming victory, Obama actually did worse than John Kerry in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Kentucky. In fact, in Arkansas, in the majority of counties, Obama got more than 7% less in each county than Kerry did in 2004. And in no county in Arkansas did Obama do better than Kerry.

    Now what possibly could be the reason for that? One look at where these states are located plus their redneck traditions gives one a clue. Whatever, while I know there are few that would actually demonstrate their racism publically, there are many more who feel that way inside.
     
  4. Pandora

    Pandora Well-Known Member

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    I know for sure in Oklahoma there are a great deal of black people, but I dont know if they got out the vote or not.

    Some of those states you named have high amounts of republicans. Hard core republicans dont vote for liberal socialist types.

    North Carolina did well for obama and they said that it was a racist state, I think anyone who doesnt want to get on their knees for obama is deemed a racist.

    I am not saying racists are not out there, just not to the degree you might think. some people are more againsed socialism than the color of ones skin
     
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    Libsmasher New Member

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    Libs can't let go of "racism", because it has been so effective in silencing and defaming their political opponents. The only significant racism left in this country is the pervasive institutional anti-white racism, for which ironically we have liberals to thank.
     
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    I think that people of a certain generation (older Americans) do have residual racism on both sides. I do think it is changing but certainly not anywhere near gone.
     
  7. PLC1

    PLC1 Moderator Staff Member

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    It's pretty easy to find one example of one nutcase, then pretend that there is a significant number of people who he represents, or who agree with his point of view.

    It see it done by both sides of the political fence all of the time.

    It's still a logical fallacy, called a generalization.

    That said, I think we need a thread about racism. What is it? Does it still play a prominent role in American politics? Does the election of Barack Obama mean that racism is a thing of the past?

    But, that is a topic for a new thread. I think I'll start one and see if there is any interest.
     
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    XCALIDEM Active Member

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    That is a very stupid claim. As always your making racist remarks and accusing others of being racist. Obama got over 45% of white voters, the same percentage that Kerry got in 04...
     
  9. Popeye

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    The claim is valid.....look in the mirror.

    Let me compliment you on your new avatar, Che Guevara was and remains a hero to many....maybe there's hope for you yet.
     
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    Mr.Dysfunctional New Member

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    BTW I think it should be noted that using past election data is completely idiotic. both Kerry and Obama have huge differnces in there political , moral and racial stances to accurately state that the differnces in how people voted mean anything except who did better or worse...

    Next time try using exit polls that had direct questions about race and politics that were similar or complete opposite for Kerry and Obama....

    ohhh wait... they don't exsist!!! HAHAH FAIL POPEYE FAIL!

    please again.. can we see something else except the most outragous ,outlandish , miniscual precentages of the population to comment on?

    How about this Popeye.. how about you do your canadiate a favor.. and write about his new cabinet memebers and how they are gonna prosecute big corprations and their C.E.O's for causing huge economic termoil across the globe.. Maybe talking points about how the messiah and republicans can bi-partisan us to nirvana...

    Anything please god but your hate filled messages of demonization. Please...



    >:)
     
  11. Libsmasher

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    No, anti-white-racism is alive, well, and growing in the Bot generation, unbelievably supported by young white males in college, who will get a big blast of the ice-cold wind of reality in their face the first time the door is slammed in their face because they have the wrong skin color and the wrong genitals.
     
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