Salon: Eric Holder Is Obama's Inner N-Word

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WhiteyWhite

Rochester, NY

#1 Jul 20, 2013
Avowedly liberal site Salon lost itself a lot of readers on Friday night, if the response on social media is to be believed. Many people - including self-declared liberals - responded with outrage to an article that called Eric Holder the president's "Inner N-word."

The piece by African-American Rich Benjamin made the comparison in the course of a critique of Obama's speech on Trayvon Martin, which Benjamin called "safe, overrated, and airy." He asked, "Is Holder the president's conscience? Or his Inner [N-word]? Is Holder the president's aggressive internal mind and voice - willing to speak truth to power, but unbothered with appearing like an angry black man?"
http://politix.topix.com/homepage/7106-salon-...

African-American Rich Benjamin sounds like a smart guy.
EdW

Pittsford, NY

#2 Jul 20, 2013
Thanks for pointing this out. Rich Benjamin reads like an African-American that finally understands.

Obama's feel good speech accomplished nothing, presented deadpan and without passion. Sounded like he was talking to his barber. Ineffective.

Can Obama get through one sentence with "AH (pause)"? He is very difficult to listen to.
Das right chillren

Rochester, NY

#3 Jul 20, 2013
EdW wrote:
Thanks for pointing this out. Rich Benjamin reads like an African-American that finally understands.
Obama's feel good speech accomplished nothing, presented deadpan and without passion. Sounded like he was talking to his barber. Ineffective.
Can Obama get through one sentence with "AH (pause)"? He is very difficult to listen to.
Watching Obama give a speech is like watching a tennis match when the camera is on the crowd rather than the players.

bonk ... crowd looks left
bonk ... crowd looks right
bonk ... crowd looks up and to the left
bonk ... back to the right

I haven't seen or listened to Obama since his Philadelphia speech where he tossed grandma under the bus but couldn't disavow his racist, America-hatng pastor.
Peter

Pittsford, NY

#4 Jul 20, 2013
Das right chillren wrote:
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Watching Obama give a speech is like watching a tennis match when the camera is on the crowd rather than the players.
bonk ... crowd looks left
bonk ... crowd looks right
bonk ... crowd looks up and to the left
bonk ... back to the right
I haven't seen or listened to Obama since his Philadelphia speech where he tossed grandma under the bus but couldn't disavow his racist, America-hatng pastor.
OK, I thought about your comment and just broke up. You're right, a tennis match fits. He is a horrible public speaker, in addition to having no substance in his speeches.

The 'Trayvon' comments were delivered like he was reading a memo, without personal involvement (even though he was claiming he was). Hope he appeased his black constituency, which it was designed to do.
BellCurve

Rochester, NY

#5 Jul 20, 2013
Peter wrote:
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OK, I thought about your comment and just broke up. You're right, a tennis match fits. He is a horrible public speaker, in addition to having no substance in his speeches.
The 'Trayvon' comments were delivered like he was reading a memo, without personal involvement (even though he was claiming he was). Hope he appeased his black constituency, which it was designed to do.
And most blacks are so dumb they fall for it.
Thurston Howell

Pittsford, NY

#6 Jul 20, 2013
BellCurve wrote:
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And most blacks are so dumb they fall for it.
Exactly. Anytime now, some brother will go ballistic defending Obama, telling us what a great president he is.

Sadly, they are more snowed than we are, and buy into his crap 100%. Because he is somewhat black, he is for the oppressed, one of them, walked in their shoes. Someday, years from now, the black community will be really pissed when they figure it all out.
BellCurve

Rochester, NY

#7 Jul 20, 2013
Thurston Howell wrote:
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Exactly. Anytime now, some brother will go ballistic defending Obama, telling us what a great president he is.
Sadly, they are more snowed than we are, and buy into his crap 100%. Because he is somewhat black, he is for the oppressed, one of them, walked in their shoes. Someday, years from now, the black community will be really pissed when they figure it all out.
Most of them are totaly clueless about Obama. Just buy the liberal media's propganda spin. Not a clue.
They only voted the skin color.
Thurston Howell

Pittsford, NY

#8 Jul 20, 2013
BellCurve wrote:
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Most of them are totaly clueless about Obama. Just buy the liberal media's propganda spin. Not a clue.
They only voted the skin color.
Our maid, La'Quisha, has his picture hanging in her room. She bought the one with the wart photoshopped out. We let her keep it, even though it is obscene.

We do make her dust our oil portrait of Ronald Reagan frequently. She makes my toast just the way he liked it.
Ha Ha

Iraq

#9 Jul 20, 2013
The hypnotized never lie

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