Skip to comments.Obama urges blacks to vote, "guard the change
Posted on 09/18/2010 9:00:48 PM PDT by PROCON
Reuters) - President Barack Obama, seeking to fire up an important part of his support base ahead of November's elections, told black leaders on Saturday he wanted their support to "guard the change" he was delivering.
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Uh, do ya think??!!
It has NOTHING to do about race, it has everything to do about incompetence. Sheesh!!
“It’s us against whitey and the infidels.”
But it would be racist to urge whites to vote to stop the change!
“It has NOTHING to do about race, it has everything to do about incompetence. Sheesh!! “
Yea, but he will still get 95% of the black vote.
Stupid is as stupid does.
Racmisms! Typical worn over platitudes of racial politics.
It’s acceptable to address Blacks as a group, race or whatever and it’s not racist. 97% of Blacks vote for
Zer0 and that’s not considered unusual or questioned.
Why do Afro_Americans need Black leaders? It seems like indentured servitude not freedom.
"Guard the change"???
You mean like the now 20% unemployment rate among young black men? That change? You mean like the highest ever recorded stat for percentage of Americans in poverty? That change?
Those so-called black leaders should have stood up and booed Obama in unison for that remark. Too bad they're all as degraded and as compromised as he is. I'll bet they all stood and clapped.
Sad to say, but if Obama told black America to drink the Jim Jones koolaid 95% would gladly do it.
“Guard the change” in this case might refer to a few quarters tossed into a stanky old ash tray. Sit Ubu, sit!
Obama finally sees the writing on the wall. What is black unemployment now?
It's an illness of the mind. A variant of that mental affliction called liberalism.
"Afro-Americans". Man, that phrase takes me back. Ain't heard that one since I was a young fool.
Yeah but would they go out and vote this time around?
Sadly, you're right. I know, because a lot of those folks are my relatives.
IMO, that’s why he’s here.
Sorry you no-good bum Obummer,
it`s a republic, you idiot Obummer.
Guard the change...
CHANGE THE GUARD!
Hey, Obama — Try telling it to Akindele Akinemi, Donald Allen, William B. Allen, Terry Anderson, Mary Baker, LaShawn Barber, Ronnie Bell, Charlotte Bergmann, Michelle D. Bernard, Ken Blackwell, Deneen Borelli, Edward William Brooke III, Jerry Brooks, Janice Rogers Brown, Rev. C. L. Bryant, Herman Cain, Ward Connerly, Cedra Crenshaw, Lurita Doan, Rev. Lainie Dowell, Damon Dunn, Kenneth Durden, Leette Eaton-White, Helena Edwards, Larry Elder, Charles Evers, Rev. Michel J. Faulkner, Ryan Frazier, Lisa Fritsch, Day Gardner, Dr. Elaina George, James Golden - aka Bo Sneardley, R. Dozier Gray, Andre Harper, Isaac Hayes, Jimmie L. Hollis, Amy Holmes, Rich Holt, Deborah Honeycutt, Jerome Hudson, Bishop E.W. Jackson Sr., Harry R. Jackson, Jr., Kevin Jackson, D.K. Jamaal, Alex-St. James, Ambassador Alan Keyes, Dr. Alveda King, Don King, Peter Kirsanow, Yaphet Kotto, Vanessa Jean Louis, Karl Malone, Lloyd Marcus, Darryn Dutch Martin, Kevin Martin, Robin Martin, Mychal Massie, Emery McClendon, Angela McGlowan, Greg Merle, Christopher Metzler, Janks Morton, Anita MonCrief, Deroy Murdock, Nadia Naffe, Sophia Nelson, Selena Owens, William Owens Jr., Star Parker, Vernon Parker, Bob Parks, Charles Payne, Rev. Wayne Perryman, Jesse Lee Peterson, Joseph C. Phillips, Alonzo Rachel, Condaleeza Rice, Frances Rice, Reihan Salam, Jericho Saliz, Akbar A. Shabazz, Sonja Schmidt, Donald E. Scroggins, Tim Scott, Thomas Sowell, Michael Steele, Shelby Steele, Marie Stroughter, Carol Swain, Lynn Swann, Clarence Thomas, Robert Traynham, Sheryl Underwood, Kim Wade, Tara Wall, Ellis Washington, David Webb, Lt. Colonel Allen West, LTC Randolph C. White Jr., Ruth Bryant White, Walter Williams and Dr. Anne Wortham.
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