Skip to comments.Obama's website pitches post-election flexiblity for African-Americans
Posted on 04/03/2012 6:04:17 AM PDT by Haiku Guy
President Barack Obamas under-the-radar campaign to spur turnout in the African-American community is echoing the promise of post-election flexibility given last month to Russian strongman Vladimir Putin.
What really excites me about [an Obama re-election] is that a U.S. president has only two terms, Tatyana Ali, an Obama-boosting actress, says in a video on the African-American section of Obamas campaign website.
In the second term, its on, because we dont have to worry about re-election, says a laughing Ali, whose video was produced by Black Entertainment TV.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailycaller.com ...
Those I know who do not have a lack of pigment like I do.....
“watch out, as everyone with a gripe, fear their EBT will not work/free stuff is not given/all and anything including a paper cut, are being primed to action”
This quote through my friends, ranging from 18 through 87 (whom I respect and have presented for on many occasion, he is a very wise man) chills them to the bone as they are fighting internally, what to do, who do we side with, how can i take the life of one I call friend???
As I stated, thousands, tens of thousands shall die, on all sides....... for what.... the manipulation by those in power to stay in power....
I may well be one of them who dies, I can not run and dodge like a young person.... but I shall not go out on my knees.
“There is a war coming”
Not a chance. Not as long as the bread and circuses hold out.
Americans are well fed, they have their smart phones, the internet, and Real Housewives of some city on TV. As long as all that exists, they don’t care.
Combine the recent quip to Medvedev about post-election flexibility with leftists comments in the past about "Oh, wouldn't it be just great if we could have a dictator for a few years to fix things?".
It means "I promise to finally put whitey in chains picking cotton."
But then, that goes for the RAT Party in general. They have to win at least 90% of the black vote in order to even have a chance.
It was the Medvedev open-mic incident that pushed me over the edge.
Romney all the way. I am not happy about it, but we have no choice.
Yes, probably in multiple forms; and probably a lot more to bring down the country - crippling the energy industry, drastic defense reductions, massive government programs guaranteeing a majority of the country is dependent, etc. etc.
Reparations has been the basis of all his policy so far, anyway.
He’ll just be more blatant about it.
AA’s were expecting a “big check” and some sort of oppression to be specifically directed at white people.
Conventional wisdom says second terms invariably disappoint and yet Obama’s claiming he’ll be even more powerful upon reelection. Odd and troubling.
How arrogant of them to think this is appropriate to have on their website.
No reparations so far as a check.
Seems I remember him saying something along the lines of it not being about money, because money wasn’t enough.
No matter what though. He and his ‘wife’ will make whitey pay.
Look up what happened in Atlanta not long ago. Section 8 housing was offered- 13,000 applications were going to be taken. 30,000 showed up and the situation escalated to where riot police had to be called in.
This is the American BO has dreamed of. Torn, broken, hopeless and destitute.
"in our new Caucasian President's first term, it will be great for all Caucasians and it's going to be "game on" for African-Americans. In fact, since there's more of us than there is of them, it's "game on" forever....ha....ha...ha"
I'm betting that statement wouldn't sit too well with them. I propose we knock off the "African" crap, we all start acting like Americans who need to save their desperately sinking Republic and get down to business....together.
This pretender-for-a-president can be a racist as he wants to be, and nobody in the msm will call him out on it.
If he wins reelection, our country is doomed, for real.
November can’t come soon enough for me.
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