Skip to comments.Morgan Freeman: No Black President For U.S. Yet (white mama disqualifies)
Posted on 07/06/2012 2:39:06 PM PDT by Seizethecarp
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I agree with Freeman.
Obama puts on his blackness like a costume because it serves him.
If Obama wasn’t half-black he wouldn’t be sitting in the White House.
As a white guy, Obama wouldn’t be anything special and he would have been laughed out of running for his lack of experience.
It is Obama’s whiteness that the liberal elites love, they have their well spoken clean black fella that gives them cover—see! they’re not racist!
Obama grew up with white family, lived in a mostly white area, had mostly white friends, went to good schools.
Obama mostly dated white women until he realized his black half would make him special, he decided a black wife would serve him best.
Obama is a fake, phoney all about Obama commie creep.
We haven’t yet had our first black president.
I had once thought it would be Colin Powell...pffft he disappointed.
West would be an impressive first or Rice.
Freeman’s just mad because The Won turned out to be such a dud. Here he’s quoted, not too long ago:
“Freeman sparked controversy in September 2011 when, on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight, he accused the Tea Party movement of racism.
Freeman: [the Tea Party’s] stated policy, publicly stated, is to do whatever it takes to see to it that Obama only serves one term. What’s, what does that, what underlines that? Screw the country. We’re going to do whatever we do to get this black man, we can, we’re going to do whatever we can to get this black man outta here.”
Black man, black man!
Yeah, that too.
“”he’s America’s first mixed-race president.””
I’ve been waiting a long time for someone of note to make that statement. I guess I’ll wait even longer for someone to say publicly that he was never an African American - his black roots are not American roots.
I guess it could be explained away that his mother was the American and his father was the African. Strange twist but not any more so than any of the other twists they make daily.
Its obvious Obama is more comfortable around white people.......
Then there was the negro that "passed" as white....My group of friends had both races by the time we were in High school for a year.
Yeah: That’s about it,surprised you have to be told.
Yes but my point was...
A lot of white folk voted for him thinking
he would actually help the black and whites UNITE. I didn’t vote for him, of course.
That’s my first problem with him right off the bat. I have
2 beautiful mulatto nieces (that have a loving married mother and father in a paid for home, both work) and I hate that the girls are being thrown into this race war he and the democRATS are trying their best to start. Agitators all.
Then there is all the other crap this POS has done.
He’s sickening! He’s frickin’ SICK! Our enemies picked a sick ONE
for our president.
I’m going to bed with a sleep aid.
PS I refused to call Obama my president, I didn't vote for him, he belongs to those that gave him their vote.. idiots...:O)
"The question is, quite bluntly, 'Do Negroes have equal rights in America?' My answer is no, we do not have equal rights in all parts of the United States. But let's remember that 85 years ago Negroes in America were slaves and were 100 per cent illiterate. And the record shows that the Negro has advanced further in this period than any similar group in the entire world. You here get considerable misinformation about American Negroes and hear little or nothing that is constructive.Though she was incorrect about illiteracy during slave times, she was certainly correct about the rest. Those sold into slavery who wound up in the United States were the lucky ones. They could have been sold to the Caribbean or to Brazil or to Middle East, or they could just have been killed. As far as the kids from Africa go, I know many African families from at least ten countries (Sierra Leone, Liberia, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, and Sudan). The parents often have to settle initially in a lower income area and they are terrified, with good reason, that their kids will start adapting to the low income American black ways. I have seen a number of them that I characterize this way, "The refugee boys get locked up and the refugee girls get knocked up." Still, many of the parents are trying to make sure the kids do well in school, even though they themselves may be illiterate or functionally so. A teacher specializing in classes for refugees says that when they first come over the kids are hard working, respectful, and quiet but after a couple of years many of them have gotten sucked into the subculture. It's really sad. It doesn't help that a lot of them are watching rap videos back in the refugee camps and already being primed for the mold. I know of a couple parents who, after seeing the effects of the culture on their kids, sent them back for the summer at least to live with their grandparents out in the sticks. After a month of having to haul water from the river and working in the fields they are on the phone begging to come back to the States.
"I would rather be a Negro in America than a citizen in any other land."
I shared a lab for a while with a Ugandan. He was heads above anything that walked in from the USA. Talk to Jamaican cabdrivers in DC and see where they stand.
Yes, what you say is absolutely the truth. As I said before, Richard Pryor experienced this epiphany first hand and expounded upon it in his comedy.
obama is a disappointment, at best, but how does a prominent spokesman/roll model for the black community back away from the Official First Black President?
How do you call it like it is when you, like so many others, have put all your cred on the line for such a disappointment?
You disown him! Banish him from the fold. Why? He really isn't black enough.
Who cares if he's not a Natural Born Citizen, he's not a Natural Born Black Man!
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