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Re: Presidential Hopeful My @ # ! * i n g Ass ..
« Reply #110 on: July 26, 2007, 04:10:26 AM »
So you are suggesting that drug use is more than normal among black people, aren't you, theblackemma?

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Re: Presidential Hopeful My @ # ! * i n g Ass ..
« Reply #111 on: August 04, 2007, 04:24:19 PM »

Barack Hussein Obama, Jr.(born August 4, 1961) is the junior U.S. Senator from Illinois. He received widespread media coverage for his keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, delivered while he was still an Illinois State Senator. In November 2004, Obama won election to the United States Senate with over two-thirds of the vote. Obama is the third African American to be popularly elected to the United States Senate and the only African American currently serving in the Senate.


The Skinny Kid With a Funny Name for Prez '08!

Re: Presidential Hopeful My @ # ! * i n g Ass ..
« Reply #112 on: August 06, 2007, 07:51:01 AM »
All right. But apart from the aqueduct, sanitation, the roads, medicine, education, fresh water, public baths, safety on the streets. WHAT have the (insert political party) ever done for us?

Re: Presidential Hopeful My @ # ! * i n g Ass ..
« Reply #113 on: August 07, 2007, 03:56:39 PM »
Angry at Barack Obama's recent threat to attack their home country, members of Chicago's Pakistani-American community will protest a scheduled visit by Obama tomorrow to the Devon Avenue neighborhood. The protest began assembling at the corner of Devon Avenue and Rockwell Avenue (3400 W.) in advance of Obama's visit to Mysoor Restaurant at 12.


Pakistani protesters burn a U.S. flag to condemn U.S. presidential hopeful Barack Obama's remarks, Friday, Aug. 3, 2007, in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan criticized Obama for saying that, if elected, he might order unilateral military strikes inside this Islamic nation to root out terrorists.

By now everyone has heard the infamous quotes from Barack Osama…oops…Obama about the possibility of invading Pakistan:

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"Let me make this clear. There are terrorists holed up in those mountains who murdered 3,000 Americans. They are plotting to strike again. … If we have actionable intelligence about high-value terrorist targets and President Musharraf will not act, we will."


Barack Obama, the "only candidate for President who was opposed to [the Iraq war] from the beginning", is advocating taking going in and taking out terrorists in an ally nation. Now, don't get me wrong, I use the term "ally" when referring to Pakistan quite loosely. But, let's analyze Obama's comment. "If we have actionable intelligence about high-value terrorist targets" we will act to prosecute them, he says; i.e.: we will strike...somehow. Oddly enough, we have proof that Iran is doing just what Obama claims is attack worthy -- murdering Americans. There are numerous reports, stories, and evidences suggesting such. Yet, Obama does not sing the same tune there (probably because Iran is too close to Iraq, which he has staked his political career on).

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"We can rattle our sabers all we want but, realistically, we don't have troops for an invasion [Iran] and surgical strikes aren't going to work."


Why would an invasion and/or surgical strikes work on Pakistan, an ally, and not Iran? After all, Pakistan is doing a HELL of a lot more than Iran in helping us combat terrorism. Iran is a state sponsor of the practice!! Al Qaeda has made Iraq the central focal point of their war on America and Obama wants us out of there. Exactly where does he stand on this war on terrorism anyway? Or has he bought into John Edwards' line of thought that this is just a "bumper sticker war"?

Re: Presidential Hopeful My @ # ! * i n g Ass ..
« Reply #114 on: August 07, 2007, 05:38:38 PM »
Perhaps Iran has a stronger military than Pakistan.  Just a thought.

We are supposedly against Communism, yet we don't try to isolate China?


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« Reply #115 on: August 10, 2007, 02:49:51 AM »
Senator Barack comments over how he would shift the focus of the war on terror from Iraq to Pakistan. Barack Hussein Obama attacking Muslim nations.. Hear, hear!

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« Reply #116 on: August 10, 2007, 07:24:37 PM »
There's a War issue?  Is that like a magazine or something?

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« Reply #117 on: August 10, 2007, 10:27:51 PM »
It's all evident by now that on the War issue, a vote for Obama is a vote for Republican candidates ...

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« Reply #118 on: August 11, 2007, 11:21:28 PM »

It's all evident by now that on the War issue, a vote for Obama is a vote for Republican candidates ...


That's been all evident right from the beginning, aver!

Michelle Obama says 'black enough' question 'nonsense'
« Reply #119 on: August 13, 2007, 05:58:25 AM »
Obama is indeed a safe n-word -- he's not that black, after all -- he is not angry all the time, never brings up discrimination, civil rights. Also, as a new school safe n-word he can hang out and make appearances at black churches and organizations to show that he is still "hip" and one of them. For one thing, the new school safe n-word can be all things to all people. As long as he can skim any topic and never tells it like it really is. The point is the same as always: pretend that you don't know about any of that deeper "black" stuff, do not appear interested in white women, and most of all -- do not scare white people under any circumstance.


August 12, 2007 CHICAGO

The wife of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama on Sunday admonished those who question her biracial husband's credentials as a black man, calling the issue "nonsense." "We're still playing around with the question: Is he black enough?" Michelle Obama told a campaign event on Chicago's South Side. "Stop that nonsense." Michelle Obama, who was raised on the South Side, was speaking at a predominantly black "Women for Obama" rally, which cheered her comment about the U.S. senator from Illinois.

She added that raising the specter of whether her husband -- whose mother was white and whose father was Kenyan -- was sufficiently black sent a confusing message to kids. "We are messing with the heads of our children," she said. At the gathering, Michelle Obama also thanked the South Side community for supporting her family over the years. "This community of people has raised us ... has helped create our moral fabric," she said. "We couldn't do it without the South Side." She also told the several hundred people at the elaborately decorated Grand Ballroom that she hoped her husband serves as a role model in how he helps raise their two young daughters. "If you can't run your own house, you certainly can't run the White House," she said.