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Oprah, Obama and the Racism Dodge

NHead Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 3:19 PM
There is a practical political reason for Oprah's remarks. Chris Matthews and other whites have been proving to themselves and others that they are not racist by cheerleading for Pres. Obama. Oprah and other Black leaders, by re-stating that people are criticizing the President simply because he is black, are warning the Matthews of the world to steer clear of joining in on the honest evaluation of the President’s obvious and gross incompetence and malfeasance. It’s just a political play to hold their coalition together. If they lose the Matthews in the media, they are truly sunk.
If Sen. Reid is so certain of his accusations, let him step off of the Senate floor, waive his Constitutional immunity from slander suits while in Congress, and make them then. I suspect he would decline since this rubbish would be open to a slander suit in an open court.
Absolutely the best video on the subject. In his unguarded statements, not only does Obama show his disdain for business owners, employees, and customers; but also with eloquence and cadence, he charms people into believing that they are victims, that they are less successful than others, not because they are less smart or work less hard, but because the system is rigged against them. Indeed his whole political program is to increase those who see themselves as victims and require a government dole to play on a level field. My problem with those wallowing in victimhood is that they never build anything for themselves or for their children. Generally they are a burden on everyone else. We do no one a favor by telling them they are victim
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New Polls Highlight Uphill Deficit Battle

NHead Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 6:00 PM
There's still some selling to do!! But when the American people "focus" on the argument that the entitlements are broken, that politicians have been lying to them all of this time, then they will do the right thing. Our history as a country and people warrant that faith.
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