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President Obama and Racial Division in America

Chries Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 10:53 AM
I'll never forget some of those dear, elderly black people in my church who had lived through segregation and other vile forms of discrimination as they wept when Obama won in 2008. I wept with them. Now we're all weeping for our country. We've demonstrated that we as a country are willing to elect a black man as our president. We've also experienced what happens when you elect the WRONG black man as our President. Is it Romney who's running against our President? Whoever it is, I just know I'm voting against Obama this time.
Beethovens10th Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 11:30 AM
There is absolutely NO reason we couldn't know anything about Obama before the election that we don't know now. Anyone with a brain and intellectual honest could see him as a blatant, godless communist.

Before Barack Obama was elected as our 44th president, I issued a warning to my radio listeners: As much as I was eager to see a black man (and black family) in the White House, if he was the wrong man for the job, rather than bringing greater racial unity to America, he would bring greater racial strife.

I truly wish I had been wrong about this, but the facts speak for themselves. And clearly, this is not rocket science.

For the most part, a white, Hispanic, or Asian vote for Barack Obama in 2008 demonstrated that Americans were...