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Why the 'Disrespect' for President Obama?

Grant43 Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 2:01 PM
Simple thought experiment: Would the people opposing President Obama also oppose a President West? If not, it's not race, it's policy. By contrast, would the people who support President Obama also support a President Kucinich or Sanders? If not, then their support is all about race.
Arley2 Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 2:56 PM
No they wouldn't oppoose a President West in the same way, and you're right: it's about policy not color or religion.

BUT, the Left has long used "the race card" when it serves their big government, central control agenda. They do that without really giving a rat' about minorities.

Historically, the GOP has done a great deal more for them than the Dems.
Torr Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 2:36 PM
Excellent points Grant!

Most of us her on TH would vote for Col. West in a heartbeat, and see him as already a greater leader and of higher character than BHO would have, if he started now and trained for the next 100 years.

On the other hand, Sanders and BHO are cut from the same ideological Socialist fascist cloth.
Torr Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 3:07 PM
Yes, when the primary debates began Mr. Cain was #2 and Mr. Romney was #7 on my priority list of the nine initial candidates. I'd love to see a VP pick like Col. West, and frankly would have been thrilled with a Cain/West Republican ticket.
...Guess that makes us lousy racists that fall far short of the left's expectations for the stereotype they've created for those of us who don't like Obama's Marxist/Fascist actions and policies, huh?
...Heheh! Yes, that would most certainly be a win-win situation! :)
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