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To: Zakeet

Whoa—sounds like Giuseppe, the (male) author’s ex male lover, is on to something. He says Obama is one of them. Does he understand how right he is???


20 posted on 07/31/2011 7:57:09 AM PDT by Fantasywriter
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To: Fantasywriter
Mr. Capehart's ex, Giuseppe makes a point about those who love Obama and their hatred for the majority of Amercians more than he realizes. "I LOVE the guy, and I LOVE the family. Instinctively. I connect to him like I have never connected with any politician EVER before . . . here or in Italy. The man could be my friend. He speaks my language, he is smart, he is funny. I could hang out with him any time. I feel I would talk to him or share my life with him like he was you, or Marques, or Willie, or Maurice or ada! I guess Noonan doesn’t know nobody like us! Or more simply she is just practicing the most popular sport among conservatives. . . . which is ganging up on him . . . cause he is too smart, real and genuine in a way that they could never be .. . .because they live in another reality, one that is shrinking up around them. It’s time for these people to start realizing that this country and this world do not revolve around them and that they DEFINITELY are NOT the future of this country! And what they believe in and want will matter less and less, it’s just a matter of time." When you are down to foreign born, homosexuals who apparently seem to be primarily attracted to blacks and are hostile to straight people to make your point about the popularity of the President, you have truly hit the bottom of the interest group barrel in politics.
25 posted on 07/31/2011 8:30:04 AM PDT by wildbill (You're just jealous because the Voices talk only to me.)
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