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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    you can't say Obamacare. It's a derogatory term about the Presidents health care law... therefore it's racist. Remember???
    Right, I forgot. I'll remember that every time "Bush tax cuts", "Reaganomics" and others are used. Hypocrisy, gotta love it!

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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

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    It's not racist, but it's idiotic to call the healthcare reform bill Obamacare.
    Pelosi/Reidcare?

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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

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    Pelosi/Reidcare?
    The health care bill.
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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

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    And it all started with President Obama...I know the story.
    Of course not. But it's his baby now.

    Isn't it?

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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Of course not. But it's his baby now.

    Isn't it?
    That's right. And he's been trying to clean up the mess left to him ever since. But again, if you want to hold a discussion - a real discussion - on such issues like health care reform, TARP, the auto bailout, finance reform, etc., I suggest you start a thread in the appropriate forum and I'll meet you there armed and ready!!! Bring it!!! Let's go!!!

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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

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    It's not racist, but it's idiotic to call the healthcare reform bill Obamacare.
    Perhaps, but shorter than Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, etc.
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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh_Akston View Post
    You left out high energy prices (including gas), highest percentage ever of people on food stamps, largest deficit run-up in 2 years, the signing of unconstitutional legislation (Obamacare), campaigning from the White House more than any other president in history (how many fundraisers so far this year?), etc... The list goes on and on and on.
    you forgot to add ignoring the war powers act
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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    And it all started with President Obama...I know the story. Give me a break. But as I said, let's NOT turn this into yet another Obama bashing thread. I was merely suggesting that if you guys stepped away from your flat screen TVs and turned off talk radio long enough to pick up a book and read, get the facts for yourselves, maybe...just maybe you'd know why things have gotten so bad in this country and why a great many issues have never truly been addressed long before President Obama came into office. You can blame him if you want, but until you learn the real truth of the matter all you're really doing is remaining stuck in your ivory partisan castles virtually oblivious to the truths of the matter.

    Read, man! And learn the truth for yourself.
    I work 2 jobs and have very little time for TV nowadays and when I do watch, it's typically a movie or a sitcom/drama series that I follow. I don't listen to talk radio. I never said that it all started with Obama. Did I miss anything you said that was so patently false that I laughed when I read it?

    I'm about as partisan as a pepperoni pizza and a coke. Bush 43's 2nd term was horrible. I disagreed with just about everything he did. The point that we were trying to make is that Obama was going to change things. If he meant change them for the worse, then he has been very successful. Things have gotten dramatically worse under his Presidency and if you can't see that, then maybe you should put down your book and take a walk in the world we live in.

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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh_Akston View Post
    I work 2 jobs and have very little time for TV nowadays and when I do watch, it's typically a movie or a sitcom/drama series that I follow. I don't listen to talk radio. I never said that it all started with Obama. Did I miss anything you said that was so patently false that I laughed when I read it?

    I'm about as partisan as a pepperoni pizza and a coke. Bush 43's 2nd term was horrible. I disagreed with just about everything he did. The point that we were trying to make is that Obama was going to change things. If he meant change them for the worse, then he has been very successful. Things have gotten dramatically worse under his Presidency and if you can't see that, then maybe you should put down your book and take a walk in the world we live in.
    Dramatically worse? I'm sorry, did the recession turn into a depression last night? Did Osama bin Laden rise from the dead? Did I dream that combat troops left Iraq a year earlier than when Bush wanted to take them out? Did I dream that Obama is pulling back on Afghanistan?

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    Re: Cain: Stewart Impression Shows 'Problem' With Black Conservatives, But Not Racist

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    living memory is a very subjective term. how many negroes were lynched by them good ole southern democrats in the 30s and 40s?

    as late as the late 70s/early 80s there was a small heavily democratic town in Alabama that had a large billboard at the city limits that read "NIGGERS, Don't let the sun go down on you in XXXXXXX"
    Lynching killings and serious discrimination continued through the 50s and much of the 60s. Anyone remember the Murders of civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner, in 1964 in Mississippi. There was a movie about it with Gene Hakman called "Mississippi Burning." It wasn't Conservatives.

    Descrimination is still going on today in the form of the trap of welfare, which gave people more money and qualified them if the woman had been abandoned by a spouse.

    Welfare has broken up a lot of families. The Democrats were claiming to be the Party who would protects them, all the time telling them they need to take these hand outs because they were disadvantaged and it wasn't their fault they were getting a poor education. It quickly became a self fulfilling prophecy

    Mean while if you make just a little money you benefits were cut completely or reduced killing incentive.

    Wanting the minorities to have get jobs and fend for themselves is now Racist, but it's just another red herring put up by the Liberals to cloud the real issues.

    But, Herman Cain, Colon Powell, Congressman Allen West prove that the accusations sometimes are overridden by people of intellect.

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