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Saturday, September 6, 2008

Why a black man is offended by comments about Barack Hussein Obama

Barack Hussein Obama is absolutely screwed up because of Sara Palin He doesn't know if to DEFICATE OR WIND HIS WATCH! :)


Barack Obama's campaign persuaded a delegate to step down after she was ticketed for describing her neighbor's children's behavior using the word, "monkeys." The kids were playing in the tree next door to her house. According to police, the woman "came outside and told the children to quit playing in the tree like monkeys." The woman says she didn't want the children to get hurt, and she even calls her own grandchildren "monkeys." Why the ticket and her banishment as a delegate? The children were African American. Obama's campaign called her use of the word monkey "divisive and unacceptable."
Is this playing the race card? Yes.
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Barack Obama on Thursday called President Bush's suggestion that African-Americans could reap greater rewards from overhauling Social Security a "stunning" argument that ignored the true health issues facing blacks in this country.

As the president launched a two-day tour through the South to build support for his controversial plan to revamp Social Security, Democrats challenged a White House assertion that blacks would particularly gain from Bush's proposed private retirement accounts because they have fewer years to collect benefits considering they die younger.

"It is puzzling to me that we are even having this debate about whether Social Security is good or not for African-Americans," said Obama, an Illinois Democrat. "I frankly found the statement that the president made somewhat offensive."
Is this playing the race card? Yes.
Obama 'offended' by Palin rumor claims

Barack Obama said Monday he was offended by claims his campaign fanned rumors about Republican vice presidential pick Sarah Palin, telling the press to "back off" stories about her pregnant daughter.
Offended again. Yes but a false claim.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Joe Biden planned to spend Wednesday focusing on his official announcement that he was running for president, but the Delaware Democrat instead found himself defending remarks he made to the New York Observer about his Democratic opponents.

In the article published Wednesday, Biden is quoted evaluating presidential rivals Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-New York, former Sen. John Edwards, D-North Carolina, and Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois. His remarks about Obama, the only African-American serving in the Senate, drew the most scrutiny.

"I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy," Biden said. "I mean, that's a storybook, man." (Watch Biden's comments and Obama's reaction Video)

Biden issued a statement Wednesday afternoon, saying: "I deeply regret any offense my remark in the New York Observer might have caused anyone. That was not my intent and I expressed that to Sen. Obama."

Biden also spoke to reporters in a conference call Wednesday afternoon and said the remark was taken out of context.

"Barack Obama is probably the most exciting candidate that the Democratic or Republican Party has produced at least since I've been around," Biden said on the call. "And he's fresh. He's new. He's smart. He's insightful. And I really regret that some have taken totally out of context my use of the world 'clean.'"

Biden said he was referring to a phrase used by his mother.

"My mother has an expression: clean as a whistle, sharp as a tack," Biden said.

Obama, in a brief off-camera interview in a Senate hallway, said he thinks Biden "didn't intend to offend" anyone.

"He called me," Obama said. "I told him it wasn't necessary. We have got more important things to worry about. We have got Iraq. We have got health care. We have got energy. This is low on the list."

"He was very gracious and I have no problem with Joe Biden," Obama added.

Later on Wednesday, Obama, in a written statement, said "I didn't take Sen. Biden's comments personally, but obviously they were historically inaccurate. African-American presidential candidates like Jesse Jackson, Shirley Chisholm, Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton gave a voice to many important issues through their campaigns, and no one would call them inarticulate."
"I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy," Biden said. "I mean, that's a storybook, man."

If any white person referred to Obama as a clean black man this would have been offensive to Obama. The race card was not played because Obama knows its his ace in the hole. It is an obvious racial statement but Obama did not call his fellow democrat publicly on it. My guess is he did call him on it and now Biden owes Obama something in exchange. This is just what Jessie Jackson does with corporations. Extorts them. This is what some 'other' blacks do also to extort whites into feeling guilty about saying something. It could be racial comments or just facts about other black persons that are not racial, such as commets about Obama and how he appears to sound stupid and say things that are as if he has the brain of a scarecrow. And by racial I mean something that is really offense that should not have been said. (It seems to depend on several factors) I have noticed that 'some' black people will use the race card and offended because they have no other defense when confronted with the facts about Obama. Example:
Obama sounds STUPID in this video....a fact

Degrees are only paper and a mind is a terrible thing to waste.
I made a statement at work that Obama was stupid, and a black man later told me, "As a black man I am offended by your comments about Obama". Obviously the black man who told me this was offended. I think I know why. As a black man he identifies with Obama and when Obama acts stupid he does not want a white man to call him on the facts. He cannot dispute this fact but can play the race card as a defense I ask you, does Obama not sound stupid? I think so and as a white man I am offended by a black man telling me he is offended because Obama sounds stupid. I am offended he played the race card and did not admit Obama sounds stupid. I am offended he accepts Obama's stupidity and supports him. So I guess we are both offended. Should I be? Should he be? You make the choice. Offense is in the ear of the beholder.

If it walks like a duck, looks like a duck, smells like a duck, most likely it is a duck and in this case the video does not lie
The last thing I would want to do is be identified with Barack Obama. He is only a mass media cutout who is lost with out a teleprompter.
OBAMA: Uh, uh, are, uh, uh, uh, um. That’s — that’s a bunch — so — so let me tick these off. Deh… Uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, um, uh. So the issue is not a perception that, uh… Weh, weh, let me put it this way. Uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, We’re — we’re trying to — you know, we’ve got a bipartisan group here and — and — and, uh, uh, uh, uh, um, uh, uh, uh.



Barack Hussaein Obama is only a liberal Chicago race card. Contrast him with Clarence
Thomas who is of the same race but is a self made man who can stand on his own two
feet without handlers and a teleprompter. Yes Barack Husaien Obama does sound stupid
and make stupid comments and judgements about foreign policy questions.
This is because he is a fake. Contrast this with other black men who are not fakes
and are not stupid. To call a black man stupid if he is stupid is not racial, but
a fact if he is stupid. To ask someone to not talk about Obama is ok but it begs the
question, how can one identify with an idiot like Obama. If he was white he still would is an idiot. Let me play the joker card because Obama is a joker or a bafoon:

Urban dictionary
Fool, idiot, one who pretents to know something but does not.
Larry the bafoon claims to have fixed something that he knows absolutely nothing about. He bafooned it.

Mccain is stupid also. If someone told me Mccain was stupid, as a white man I would not be offended because I do not identity myself with stupid white men just because they are white. I can't help but believe 'some' black men and white men do identify
with stupidity but these people can be easily misled. To identify with stupidity is in fact STUPID

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