Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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I see. I will add one "Woman's body" made totally negative when the floppy vaginas made their appearance.
"floppy vaginas"???

Is that like an ancient version of a Jump Drive?

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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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That's actually not a farfetched visual.
It will be a good day for America when the majority of blacks realize their only hope was - and still is - the Republican Party.
I wouldn't say *only* the Republican Party.

But moving away from the Democrat Plantation would be the best possible move at this moment in history.
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People who posture and primp through constantly stating the shamefully obvious are boorish fools.
"Look! The Sun is setting!"
Sitting in a movie theater: "Look! He shot the guy!" Duh!
And people wonder why theater shootings occur.
Realtime is the Raisin Prune Cucumber Aficionado Dood that lectures everyone on the obvious from his little soap box. Mice are cute but only as long as they remain silent.
We call it "There is a bear on your arm."

This gem came from a Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom program where the star of the show felt it was necessary to inform the guest that a bear was attacking him.

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This is the 21st century. It is a shame that the zionist leaders of israel have chosen to adopt the genocidal policies of Nazi Germany. Unlike the United States which was disgusted by Hitler and pretty much stopped forced sterilization of the mentally ill and prisoners after World War I.(Except, of course, for the backwards Southern States which actully practiced eugenics up until the 60's.) Still, we have advanced in our fight for civil rights. Israel has not. That is a FACT.
From Haaretz: We are right, of course, to take issue with those who characterized this story as one of forced sterilization or genocide. Controlling a woman’s fertility with long-term contraceptive drugs without informed consent is a terrible thing, but it’s a long way from forced sterilization.

Some followers of news out of Israel have seen last Wednesday’s correction as a vindication, suggesting that the entire story can now be seen as little more than an anti-Israel smear advanced by bad actors, and that potentially irreversible damage has been done to Israel because Haaretz wrote that a government office admitted to something to which it did not, in fact, admit—as if an official admission of culpability is the only valid source for the information at hand.

Your lovely Haaretz said you lied. No further information has been issued. So say you are sorry... Jew hater.
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I did not put words in your mouth.
You said it.
Anyone with rational skills will read that & see that I never said anyone was racist beside those on the thread. I just reminded people that they continue to call democrats racist but forget the 2 parties swapped lines, just like I told you before. So, yes you are trying to put words in my mouth!

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Funny but still a groaner
Groaners can be the root of the humor.

So stupid, it's funny.

So sick, it's funny.

So corny, it's funny.

So Liberal, it's funny.

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<quoted text> You along with the NYT are completely wrong if you're both saying the South is no longer racist! I have family in the South from Baltimore to GA. The father you go South, the worse the racism with exception to Florida along the coast. You're reading an article & I'm telling you from experience,"racism still exists in the South." Now I will agree that alot of blacks have been moving down South chasing economic opportunities but, what they don't tel you is, most wind up moving back. I have 2 friends that just moved back, 1 from NC, the other from SC. Both said there were jobs down there but, both said it's not for them. Both complained of rednecks running wild with guns looking for trouble. Both complained how blatantly racist the police down South. The laws are racially biased. I remember in about 04, I moved my uncleto South Carolina (mind you he's back in NJ) but, I went to McDonalds for breakfast. Leaving out I saw a white at the drive thru. Me being me, I said something to her along the lines of "what up babygirl." My cousin from the South tells me," yo chill boy, they don't play that shit down here!" I look around & folks both black & white were looking at my like I was crazy. I never did it sharing the rest of the time I was down there. Ain't nothing change down South but the party lines!
I didn't know what racism was until I moved to CHICAGO--the liberal bastion of hell.
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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Chicago's Great Migration: Blacks Leaving Historic Neighborhoods To Return South
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/16/blac...
Good for them. And more power to them. The now southern red states will accept them with open arms.

Maybe this will be their big "aha" moment.

The Republicans were and always have been the party who wanted them to succeed and were the majority passing every piece of civil rights legislation to see that happen.

Nothing has changed.
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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"floppy vaginas"???
Is that like an ancient version of a Jump Drive?
But, no one would don a giant floppy Jump Drive and think they were making a major political point doing so.
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NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Anyone with rational skills will read that & see that I never said anyone was racist beside those on the thread. I just reminded people that they continue to call democrats racist but forget the 2 parties swapped lines, just like I told you before. So, yes you are trying to put words in my mouth!
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<quoted text> They refuse because, when I'm hearted debate, they often drift back in time & say,"the democratic party is racist, forgetting the Republican party of today is the Democratic party of yesterday. In other words, putting their feet in their mouths. So, I encourage y'all to keep referencing quotes from back in the day. It further proves your racist nature to go along with your ignorance!

Explain
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<quoted text> You along with the NYT are completely wrong if you're both saying the South is no longer racist! I have family in the South from Baltimore to GA. The father you go South, the worse the racism with exception to Florida along the coast. You're reading an article & I'm telling you from experience,"racism still exists in the South." Now I will agree that alot of blacks have been moving down South chasing economic opportunities but, what they don't tel you is, most wind up moving back. I have 2 friends that just moved back, 1 from NC, the other from SC. Both said there were jobs down there but, both said it's not for them. Both complained of rednecks running wild with guns looking for trouble. Both complained how blatantly racist the police down South. The laws are racially biased. I remember in about 04, I moved my uncleto South Carolina (mind you he's back in NJ) but, I went to McDonalds for breakfast. Leaving out I saw a white at the drive thru. Me being me, I said something to her along the lines of "what up babygirl." My cousin from the South tells me," yo chill boy, they don't play that shit down here!" I look around & folks both black & white were looking at my like I was crazy. I never did it sharing the rest of the time I was down there. Ain't nothing change down South but the party lines!
I'm quite sure there are some places in the south where there are still "good old boys" just like in many other states.

But ow would you react if you overheard a white young man say "what up babygirl" to a black young woman? Sometimes you have to remember what is and isn't appropriate anywhere.

You also have to remember what's going on in cities like Chicago and Detroit where blacks are much worse off. Both are blue states.
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<quoted text>I didn't know what racism was until I moved to CHICAGO--the liberal bastion of hell.
Thank you. My point as well.
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<quoted text> You along with the NYT are completely wrong if you're both saying the South is no longer racist! I have family in the South from Baltimore to GA. The father you go South, the worse the racism with exception to Florida along the coast. You're reading an article & I'm telling you from experience,"racism still exists in the South." Now I will agree that alot of blacks have been moving down South chasing economic opportunities but, what they don't tel you is, most wind up moving back. I have 2 friends that just moved back, 1 from NC, the other from SC. Both said there were jobs down there but, both said it's not for them. Both complained of rednecks running wild with guns looking for trouble. Both complained how blatantly racist the police down South. The laws are racially biased. I remember in about 04, I moved my uncleto South Carolina (mind you he's back in NJ) but, I went to McDonalds for breakfast. Leaving out I saw a white at the drive thru. Me being me, I said something to her along the lines of "what up babygirl." My cousin from the South tells me," yo chill boy, they don't play that shit down here!" I look around & folks both black & white were looking at my like I was crazy. I never did it sharing the rest of the time I was down there. Ain't nothing change down South but the party lines!
Care to explain how this does NOT say Southern Republicans are racist.

I did not put words in your mouth. You just keep repeating them and denying.
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I wouldn't say *only* the Republican Party.
But moving away from the Democrat Plantation would be the best possible move at this moment in history.
I agree and, yes, it would. The craziness and power grabbing by Democrats is largely based on keeping the lie alive among blacks.

It's all about votes and keeping the black vote. Nothing else.
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NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> They refuse because, when I'm hearted debate, they often drift back in time & say,"the democratic party is racist, forgetting the Republican party of today is the Democratic party of yesterday. In other words, putting their feet in their mouths. So, I encourage y'all to keep referencing quotes from back in the day. It further proves your racist nature to go along with your ignorance!
Explain
I just explained it but it's obvious you're hell bent on putting words in my mouth so, go ahead bro, you win. I'm tired of explaining!
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People who posture and primp through constantly stating the shamefully obvious are boorish fools.
"Look! The Sun is setting!"
Sitting in a movie theater: "Look! He shot the guy!" Duh!
And people wonder why theater shootings occur.
Realtime is the Raisin Prune Cucumber Aficionado Dood that lectures everyone on the obvious from his little soap box. Mice are cute but only as long as they remain silent.
He can be quite condescending and annoying at times...that's true.
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Care to explain how this does NOT say Southern Republicans are racist.
I did not put words in your mouth. You just keep repeating them and denying.
What's wrong with you bro? You said I said all republicans were racist & I didn't. Secondly, that's a conversation you started. That had nothing to do with what we were talking about in the beginning. I never said anyone was racist in the beginning of this conversation. You drifted onto the topic of racism & I will admit was dumb but I entertained the convo. How you gonna tag something I just wrote & use it to say I said something in the beginning of the conversation that I didn't say? Try another one bro, you tripping!
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Yes, he does think he's better than everyone else. I guess you could say that he puts on 'Ayers', eh?
I always find it curious how many Socialist, Marxist, Anarchist azzholes feed on the breast milk of capitalism.
Ayers was born wealthy, the son of the Chairman and CEO of Commonwealth Edison.
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<quoted text> You along with the NYT are completely wrong if you're both saying the South is no longer racist! I have family in the South from Baltimore to GA. The father you go South, the worse the racism with exception to Florida along the coast. You're reading an article & I'm telling you from experience,"racism still exists in the South." Now I will agree that alot of blacks have been moving down South chasing economic opportunities but, what they don't tel you is, most wind up moving back. I have 2 friends that just moved back, 1 from NC, the other from SC. Both said there were jobs down there but, both said it's not for them. Both complained of rednecks running wild with guns looking for trouble. Both complained how blatantly racist the police down South. The laws are racially biased. I remember in about 04, I moved my uncleto South Carolina (mind you he's back in NJ) but, I went to McDonalds for breakfast. Leaving out I saw a white at the drive thru. Me being me, I said something to her along the lines of "what up babygirl." My cousin from the South tells me," yo chill boy, they don't play that shit down here!" I look around & folks both black & white were looking at my like I was crazy. I never did it sharing the rest of the time I was down there. Ain't nothing change down South but the party lines!
Most likely they are disappointed because the drug culture is not tolerated.
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NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Anyone with rational skills will read that & see that I never said anyone was racist beside those on the thread. I just reminded people that they continue to call democrats racist but forget the 2 parties swapped lines, just like I told you before. So, yes you are trying to put words in my mouth!
No one swapped anything.

So how WOULD you react if you overheard a white young man say "what up babygirl" to a black young woman?

It's important to know since you said that and it's telling as to the reaction you received.

In other words, could your perception of racism have simply been the reaction of an inappropriate remark on your part?

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