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.
He does not talk too fast, in fact he makes long pauses at times..
It's all evident by now that on the War issue, a vote for Obama is a vote for Republican candidates ...
August 12, 2007 CHICAGOThe 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.
Clinton-Obama ticket? Why not Obama-Clinton?