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A Few Questions I'd like To See President Obama Answer

Rondoman Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 10:24 AM
Booker T. Washington, a man of God who practiced personal purity, said that America was the best opportunity for all former slaves. He led a contingent of white and black American missionaries to Africa to try to lead the tribes out of self-pity and voodoo-ism. He despised government assistance and warned blacks never to accept it. "Why, Mr. Obama, do you oppose the very things this former slave supported and proved by his own life that they are correct?
traitorbill Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 11:54 AM
How else does a Democrat get elected?
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 9:49 PM
By being so well loved and inspiring such loyalty that dead people get up out of their graves to vote for him.
Illbay Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 11:11 AM
All that, and he had a kick-*** R&B band back in the 60s, too!

Man was a GENIUS!!!
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 9:47 PM
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 9:48 PM
Ooooh, Booker T an the MG's ! ! Sorry, me be dense sometimes.
I can only scratch the surface here, but the following are a few of the questions I would like to see President Obama answer in a debate.

Mr. President, your confidante Valerie Jarrett once said: "There's nobody more self-critical than President Obama. Part of the burden of being so bright is that he sees his error immediately." If that is accurate, sir, why do you feel it took you so long to realize you were shellacked in the first debate, and why did you still bitterly cling to that error days afterward, saying that if people would read the transcript, they'd realize...