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RAY USA Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 10:35 AM
I didn't vote for Obama, but nonetheless, I was proud that our country had elected a black man as president ( I only wish it had been a black conservative). I also had hope that he meant his campaign rhetoric of bi-partisanship. but, in his first meeting with Congressmen, Obama bragged: 'We had an election, and I won." It has been all downhill from there.
S.17 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 6:36 PM
Pride never crossed my mind when our country elected a black man as president. Does that make me racist?
Gary 919 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 1:12 PM
Yeah, but Mr. Cry Baby in Chief hasn't stopped crying "obstructionism" yet since the 2010 elections gave the Republicans back the House. Wait until the Tuesday when he really learns that "elections have results" and this time he didn't win!
Rondoman Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 11:16 AM
I was not proud because I knew Obama would be an embarrassment to black American. I knew he was a communist, cold-hearted, immoral, race baiting, a divider, a God hater, an Islamic sympathizer, nad a chip on his shoulder, and had no intention of helping America at all , but wanted instead to destroy it and turn it into a third-world communist welfare state. I was right, sadly.
Bernard25 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 11:25 AM

A few years ago I appeared on the Glenn Beck show and discussed my "briefcase" story about how my best Christmas present ever was destroyed at my junior high school in Harlem.  Glenn asked if we could take a tour and so the next week we headed uptown for a special show.  Toward the end Glenn asked who I voted for.  I said Barack Obama and explained not for political reasons but to repay a debt and I mentioned Rosa Parks.  A lot of people I've never met were seriously upset and disappointed.

If there was more time I would have...

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