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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by dogtowner View Post
    It shows that grossly incompetant bufoons have no business being allowed in the white house.


    Grossly incompetent buffoons have no right to disrespect their President!

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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    No! Obama's presidency proves that America isn't ready for a total ****ing idiot for president.


    Total ****ing idiots shouldn't bash their own President!

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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by SlevinKelevra View Post
    Yet just a page ago you said literally--- the opposite.

    Fascinating. Going out of your way to defend a guy who you now claim would flipflop on a forum to settle a score.
    I haven't flip flopped in the slightest. Nor have I suggested King would. You posted comments that were out of character of King when you stated he would have been ashamed of someone who could not even spell Obama's name correctly.
    I called you on it as it would have been out of his nature to do such a thing.
    Now if you can't come to grips with that, oh well.

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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Juanita View Post
    Grossly incompetent buffoons have no right to disrespect their President!
    Would that have been your position when one of the Bushes was President? Will that be your position the next time we have a Republican President?

    In any event, it's wrong. Everyone has the right to disrespect anyone. There is nothing so special about the President nor any other public servant that entitles him to the respect of his rightful masters.
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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by vesper View Post
    I haven't flip flopped in the slightest. Nor have I suggested King would. You posted comments that were out of character of King when you stated he would have been ashamed of someone who could not even spell Obama's name correctly.
    I called you on it as it would have been out of his nature to do such a thing.
    Now if you can't come to grips with that, oh well.
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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Would that have been your position when one of the Bushes was President? Will that be your position the next time we have a Republican President?

    In any event, it's wrong. Everyone has the right to disrespect anyone. There is nothing so special about the President nor any other public servant that entitles him to the respect of his rightful masters.

    glad to see your misogyny on parade.

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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Would that have been your position when one of the Bushes was President? Will that be your position the next time we have a Republican President?

    In any event, it's wrong. Everyone has the right to disrespect anyone. There is nothing so special about the President nor any other public servant that entitles him to the respect of his rightful masters.


    No, nobody has the right to disrespect another person, especially the POTUS! Shows how ignorant they are!

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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Would that have been your position when one of the Bushes was President? Will that be your position the next time we have a Republican President?

    In any event, it's wrong. Everyone has the right to disrespect anyone. There is nothing so special about the President nor any other public servant that entitles him to the respect of his rightful masters.

    BTW, although I regret it, I voted for Bush!

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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Juanita View Post
    No, nobody has the right to disrespect another person, especially the POTUS! Shows how ignorant they are!
    The First Amendment to this nation's Constitution clearly asserts otherwise. I have an absolute right to disrespect anyone, including the PUTZ.
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    Re: Is the Obama Presidency proof that the U.S. is not ready for a black President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    No, it doesn't. And I think I explained why. Devolving to yes it is / no it isn't and name calling really wont advance rational discourse.
    Your "observations" suggest rational discourse is not a goal you're interested in pursuing. Citing some unknown guy at a bank, or some people at a diner as proof of a universal truth even with your attempted disclaimer, is the definition of bigotry, which many who follow the same line of logic appear anxious to be associated with.

    Calling out "liar" may have been a breach of decorum, but it's not proof of that which you claim.

    You've proved nothing other than to underscore the pathetic effort to use race as a foil against legitimate complaint and concern.

    By all means continue so others can see your claims positioned against those who risked so much to gain the equality and respect they should have had in the first place.

    Shame on those who are too intellectually vacant that they would try to draw a connection and parallel.

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