Skip to comments.The Most Controversial Quotes from Obama’s Hampton University Speech
Posted on 10/02/2012 6:39:51 PM PDT by Behind Liberal Lines
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soft skills, if these training programs work so good, how come the people that need them keep multiplying, what the hell are public schools for?
It’s all just refried socialist hash.
All 0bamunists I know agree with every word, including the false Jesus.
More than anything this video shows a most disingenuous Obama. Watching this then. White Obama intellectual tomorrow really reveals him. Undecideds will be turned off
Since we're talking about the activities in 2007 like this Hampton speech, did Wright also introduce him to a man named Donald Young? The media is sneaking up on the bigger story if they go just a little farther and connect just two more dots. Was Larry right?
Juan Williams on Hannity is expressing just the exact reaction I expect that the other 97% will cheer! No problem with Zero pandering in using the Black accent and cadence! Yeah for Zero!
RE: I met Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., who took me on another journey and introduced me to a man named Jesus Christ. It was the best education I ever had.
Why should the above quote be controversial? Isn’t introducing people to Jesus Christ what Pastors do?
I like to read a quote that says — “I sat on the pews every Sunday listening to Rev. Wright preach, including his stirring sermon after 9/11.”
Now THAT would be controversial.
SO far Obama has been the ultimate example of a teflon president. So why do you or anyone else thinks this video will do anything to persuade those befuddled 47% that support this clown change their mind?
The media and Obama will just come out and say, “this already was looked at and no one cares.”
They can post a video of Obama beating and raping a white woman and that would most likely turn off 2% of his base if any at all.
Other than #1, I fail to see how the rest of what he said will surprise anyone. we already know he’s a big government guy.
This is much ado about nothing IMHO.
Nah....people have that little something that tells you”he ain’t right”.....it’s not much of what he says as much as how he said it. Big red flag. Everyone knows a bs. Obama just lost credibility. Dats what I’m talkin bout. Pshhhh!
You also have Obama saying, in essence, that poor people are lazy and rude:
[The poor] may need help with basic skills how to show up to work on time, wear the right clothes, and act appropriately in an office.”
All pacs have to do is show how he talks to whites and how he talks to blacks always tries to be funny and very simple with blacks. He makes jokes and studders for some reason but with whites he is from Haawvard. Don’t you know!
Are you kidding? What about the claim that Hurrican Andrew and 9/11 victims got better treatment than Katrina victims because more Katrina victims were black?
Apart from the call for expensive new government programs, I don’t see anything deemed controversial. Wright was a pastor. If he introduced Christ to Obama, even if their understanding of Christ might be different from mine, I cannot call it controversial.
I do not think there is much in the way of controversy here at all.
Do blacks not see that he looks down on them and think they are stupid. How can they support someone that treats them like second class citizens with their hands out with now pride. Disgusting.