Skip to comments.The Black Divider-in-Chief
Posted on 10/10/2012 9:25:54 AM PDT by Lloyd Marcus
When our Rebuild America Defeat Obama tour bus rolled into downtown Dayton Ohio, the hostile vibe from blacks on the streets filled the air. A young black man called our team, Romney and Ryan M-F-ers before walking away. I went to find a restroom and passed a group of young blacks on a street corner murmuring about our tour buses. A young black staffer on our team said he thought he was going to have to break out his Chuck Norris skills.
Clearly, our team was at risk. I am grateful to report that the Lord had our backs and nothing serious happened. However, I could not help thinking, This extreme racial tension and polarization is the fault of the irresponsible Chicago thug in the White House.
Obama has proven himself to be a small man, lacking in character. Not only is Obama incapable of taking the higher ground to discourage racial cliches, he stirs the pot of racial stereotypes and false assumptions. Heck, Obama's minions have made race the centerpiece of his reelection campaign. Their message is simple. Anyone not voting for Obama is a hater and a racist. Dear Lord, how did we as a nation come to expect so little in terms of the morality and character of our leaders? Obama runs America like a mob boss with young zombie blacks.....
Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American
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Thank you for posting this. This President is a racist. His exile in Hawaii can’t come soon enough for me.
“This President is a racist”
So is his AG.
Speak Truth to Glower ! ;-)
Great story, Lloyd!
The Justice Brothers could take a positive step and lead in this, but they won’t. Old habits/shakedowns are all they know.
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This country will heal when the “black community” denounces anti-white racism. 0bama didn’t cause it, but his election revealed the generational racism that is engrained in their culture.
This crap has to stop - of course, it’s going to be tough because too many have their livelihoods wrapped up in continuing the grievances.
There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs. Booker T. Washington
you are right. it’s there, in our face, and not called out in the MSM.
To be fair, all visitors to Dayton receive this greeting.