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Post-Racial President Obama Not So Post-Racial

wsmith-84 Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 2:50 AM
"When you take a look at Colin Powell, you have to look at whether that's an endorsement based on issues or he's got a slightly different reason for endorsing President Obama." Romney surrogate - John Sununu, 10-26-12 65% of white men support Romney - When you take a look at them, you have to look at whether that support is based on issues or if they've got a slightly different reason for supporting Romney? Yea, what's wrong with them uppity n!ggers? Always voting their own kind. Why's Obama so divisive? Seriously, why don't racists ever see themselves for what they are?
WfoxT Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 10:49 AM
Well smitty, we do know what we are and by throwing the racist card around we know exactly what you are.. Now if you believe you are correct(what else is new), then we are only following Obaba's directive of spreading the wealth around. If 96%+ blacks are Obaba supporters, what is wrong with 65% white men trying to level the playing field so that we all can share equally? Unlike you and those of your ilk, we don't consider race as part of the equation. 2008 proved that.
RINO Detector Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 11:27 AM
Shit7y Smitty will never figure it out . . .

When President Obama was elected in 2008, the media painted him as post-racial and as someone who could not just bring races together, but move us past racial tension. The results of the past four years of an Obama presidency have done just the opposite. The Washington Post is out with a new poll showing the racial divide between blacks and whites is back to where it was in 1980.

As he did in 2008, Obama gets overwhelming support from non-whites, who made up a record high proportion of the overall electorate four years ago. In that...

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