Wednesday, March 19, 2008

If I Post This Obama News, Will You Call Me A Racist?

Senator Obama delivered "the speech" yesterday.

He was forced to deliver said speech because... well, the CBS poll just prior to the speech explains:

CBS Poll: Pastor's Remarks Hurt Obama

March 18, 2008

The poll found that among registered voters, 25 percent said they had heard "a lot" about Rev. Jeremiah Wright's comments, while 33 percent said they had heard some. Forty-two percent said they hadn't heard about the comments.

Of those voters, sixty-five percent said it didn’t make a difference in their view of Obama. However, of those whose opinion is changed, the net impact is very negative. Thirty percent said it made them have a less favorable view, whereas 2 percent said it made their view more favorable.

Interviewing for these questions was completed Sunday and Monday, before Obama's speech on the subject today.

And now, more news...

Racists endorse Obama on candidate's website

In an interview March 18, 2008, Malik Zulu Shabazz, national chairman of the New Black Panther Party—a "controversial black extremist party whose leaders are notorious for their racist statements and for leading anti-white activism"—"who has given scores of speeches condemning 'white men' and Jews, confirmed his organization's endorsement" of Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) in an interview with's Aaron Klein.

Because I've posted this news on the CBS poll and Obama's newest endorsement, will you now call me a racist?


Any news that jeopardizes your dreams of a hope & change pony can't be ignored.

But you won't see the vitriol posted here. I moderate comments on this blog, and I don't publish the hateful ones.

Hm. Maybe that makes me a racist, too...

Like Obama's white grandmother (the one who raised and nurtured Obama), who allegedly feared seeing Black men on the street: Racist?

Just as racist as Obama's preacher man?

Note: Hawaii's entire Black population is currently 2.5%, and the percentage was much lower when Obama was a child. In fact, the Black population there at the time was mostly members of the US Armed Services.

I'm having a really hard time believing that Grandma was afraid of soldiers stationed in Hawaii.

But I'll be called a racist if I speak up, won't I?

Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19-- and and


Blogger SUGARTHEGIRL said...

He heaved grandma's behind under that bus with a fierceness that I haven't seen in a long time! lol Such a horrible shame. This guy is so conflicted about who he is and so power greedy it is scary!!!

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