Tutu welcomes Obama 'home'

Jun 30, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KTVN Reno

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Since: Dec 08

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If all who called themselves "Christians" could be like Desmond Tutu the world would be a much better place.

Since: Jul 07

Hoffman Forest, NC

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Jun 30, 2013
 
they keep welcoming the president "home". do they know something that we should know?
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Jun 30, 2013
 
please keep your petulant afrikkan spawn at home tutu, willya ?

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Jun 30, 2013
 
GoodNewz wrote:
they keep welcoming the president "home". do they know something that we should know?
Naw, it's just that he's back on the continent where his roots are. Hasn't an Irish American felt a certain nostalgia when first setting foot on the Emerald Isle? Or Italian Americans when going to visit Italy for the first time? Especially when one still has distant relatives there. It's sad that Obama cannot officially visit with his Kenyan relatives without negative implications back home and elsewhere.

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JohnInToronto wrote:
If all who called themselves "Christians" could be like Desmond Tutu the world would be a much better place.
I agree! He's a rare type of Christian. If but they were all that way ...! I might even be persuaded to believe in a god again!(Just kidding.)

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Umninimuzi wrote:
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Naw, it's just that he's back on the continent where his roots are. Hasn't an Irish American felt a certain nostalgia when first setting foot on the Emerald Isle? Or Italian Americans when going to visit Italy for the first time? Especially when one still has distant relatives there. It's sad that Obama cannot officially visit with his Kenyan relatives without negative implications back home and elsewhere.
Those of us who have visited the country of our ancestors, and met distant relatives still living the the homes from the 1800's (added to and updated) can understand. Those that have not done so cannot share in the feeling of "going home".
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Jul 9, 2013
 
Geez, AngryOldWhiteguy, don't hold anything back, let it all hang out! I like your style, man!

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