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"He Gave Us A Phone, He's Going to do More"

StillStandingHisGround Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 12:17 AM
brimley: You posted: "the blacks I grew up with in the 60's and 70's, re nothing like the blacks of today". Come to think of it, I can say the very same thing about MY upbringing during the same time period: I don't recall EVER seeing the seething hatred of whites in the few blacks I knew in my upbringing that is so prevalent in blacks TODAY. Unfortunately, your comment about blacks then vs. now is also true of too many WHITES now as well. In 1972, far-left George McGovern was ANNIHILATED in his bid for the White House: 40 years later, far-left Barack Obama may well be re-elected despite a CATASTROPHIC record. So what changed from then to now? Quite clearly, the character of the American people.
Van Lingle Mungo Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 12:20 AM
AND THE WAY THEY VIEW THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT. IT'S NOW NOTHING TO THEM EXCEPT A FREE VERSATELLER MACHINE

This video, which is being featured on Drudge, was shot at a protest outside of a Romney campaign rally in Ohio.  It appears to have been organized by the SEIU:
 


 

Interviewer: You've got an Obama phone?

Obama supporter: Yes!  Everybody in Cleveland or minority got a phone.  Keep Obama in president, you know?  He gave us a phone.  He's going to do more.

Interviewer: How'd he give you a phone?

Obama supporter: You sign up if you're on food stamps, you're...