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Why Obama Will Never Be Lincoln or King

bmitchell671 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 10:46 AM
I saw Lincoln too and although well done, I could not help thinking that it always seems to be non jewish jews who lecture americans on civil rights, gun control, racism etc. Spielberg and Kuschner the writer, try to put 21st century words and sensabilities in 19th century men's mouths. It is amazing that these secular progressives line up for the Democratic party but live conservative lives..they need to preach what they practice. Supporting these issues, being liberal, becoming attorneys etc continues to be cover for the secular Jew. Pretened to support and the minority and underdog class and we avoid another pogrom. I don't blame the motivation but it is so disingenuous.
loadstar Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 10:56 AM
the REAL Lincoln...

I have not seen "Lincoln," yet, but Lincoln said plainly that he did NOT believe the black man "morally or intellectually the equal of the white man."

He wanted very much to colonize the 4 million freed slaves back to Africa, which gave Liberia its start. He correctly predicted they would never live in harmony with whites. The REAL Lincoln was more perspicacious than the Lincoln of leftist, revisionist myth.

Today, arguably, racism is greatest among the blacks...the O.J. verdict was a pyrrhic victory for them because it removed all doubt to whites like I that there was no hope for their bias...the black women on that jury thought his former wife, "simply got what she deserved for taking one of our men."

Watching the movie Lincoln, I thought there were some similarities between President Abraham Lincoln and President Barack Obama. Both men were popular during their times. During the film, Mary Todd Lincoln pleads with her husband not to squander his popularity with the American people by forcing Congress to pass the 13th amendment ending slavery as the Civil War was already coming to an end.

“No one’s ever been loved so much by the people. Don’t waste that power,” Mary Todd played exceptionally by Sally Fields tells her husband. But Lincoln, portrayed forcefully by Daniel Day Lewis, looked at...