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The War on "Obama Defectors"

John1921 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 1:36 PM
To the extent that perceptions are generally based upon personal experience, O'bwana's affirmative-action Presidency will merely reinforce whites' existing opinions of Africans-in-America. Because that opinion is based upon experience, i.e., reality. White Americans can't handle the truth, to coin a phrase. What are the probabilities of a white being elected president (or whatever it is) of South Africa? Zero, because SA blacks already know what happens when people not of your race run things. Common sense, Human Nature, instinctive knowledge. So, why the hell did so many American whites vote for a black as Prez? O'bwana's entire 'career' has been one affirmative-action promotion to a position for which he was unqualified after another.
Incredulous2 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 7:25 PM
Not so John1921.
There was, and is today in our U.S., an aching desire on the part of most citizens to get past the past and move all of humanity higher. That's one reason "Hope and Change" was so attractive to so many. These United States are still in the experimental stage. Thank God for that. We continue to evolve as individuals and a nation. We can all aspire to much higher. But not with the Dem/Prog/Lib cabal members constant, insufferable, dead-end negativity.

NARAL Pro-Choice America is targeting what it calls "Obama defectors": female voters who supported Barack Obama in 2008 but now are considering voting for Mitt Romney.

Defectors? That's a term usually reserved for Syrian troops who go AWOL or adults who escaped the yoke of authoritarian regimes. The left's unabashed use of the word "defector" suggests a feeling of ownership -- as if, having voted for Obama once, female voters are conscripts, property of the (all kneel) Democratic Party.

Democrats usually are masters at co-opting language. This year, under the Affordable Care Act, the Obama administration mandated that...