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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 MMC View Post
    Yeah it does.....It pointed out exactly what she said. Using the term White.....Twice. With the meaning that all others got but you didn't, and then why they reported it as to what.....her words were all about.

    All back in 2008. That's the reality.....whether you like it or not.
    Wait, so using the term white is capitalizing on Obama's race now? Do you have anything even more stupid to add?
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    Uh oh Megyn...your vagina witchcraft is about ready to be exposed.

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

    Sigh with this lie again...

    The "heritage fix" was on portion of a far broader healthcare proposal, put forward at a time where Republicans had historically been in a continual position of a minority party, that couldn't even sustain significant Republican support at the time it was initially pushed on a federal level 20 years ago. Attempting to paint the ACA as some kind of compromise bill or GOP idea because a single instance surrounding it was promoted by the GOP 20 years ago, and promptly abandoned, would be like placing one random item pushed by JFK or some other democrat from years ago (that they no longer support as a party) into a bill filled with a number of things democrats would hate and trying to declare that said bill is a compromise bill written by Democrats.

    God damn I wish this idiotic talking point would just die. It's getting really old having to point out the lunacy of it again and again

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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 Zyphlin View Post
    Sigh with this lie again...

    The "heritage fix" was on portion of a far broader healthcare proposal, put forward at a time where Republicans had historically been in a continual position of a minority party, that couldn't even sustain significant Republican support at the time it was initially pushed on a federal level 20 years ago. Attempting to paint the ACA as some kind of compromise bill or GOP idea because a single instance surrounding it was promoted by the GOP 20 years ago, and promptly abandoned, would be like placing one random item pushed by JFK or some other democrat from years ago (that they no longer support as a party) into a bill filled with a number of things democrats would hate and trying to declare that said bill is a compromise bill written by Democrats.

    God damn I wish this idiotic talking point would just die. It's getting really old having to point out the lunacy of it again and again


    What is the key part of the ACA that the GOP seems to most dislike? The individual mandate?

    Who first promoted the individual mandate?

    Which party says people should partake in "personal responsibility"?

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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 Redress View Post
    Wait, so using the term white is capitalizing on Obama's race now? Do you have anything even more stupid to add?
    She was using it back then and all got her meaning as it was reported.....you still couldn't figure it out. Yet, even have the nerve to use the word Stupid.

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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 OrphanSlug View Post
    I do not agree with that. Obama's presidency has been filled with hyper partisanship, social concerns, and various disappointments. But, that has less to do with him being black and more to do with him being a liberal Chicago style politician. With all that implies.

    Our issues with awakening racism and social cohesion concerns is again about his character, and the character of those around him. It does not mean that everyone that is black thinks the way Obama does, but it does mean that having the wrong first black President has had some concerns that others might have avoided.

    It is then similar to saying we would be ready for a female President. The right female President, because in the end it all comes down to what defines the person and not some list of physical attributes.


    The thread is racist.

    Your opinions are more whining about incompetence excuse because of skin color..


    "oh, poor, poor me, they're picking on me."

    Take a look at what progressive pukes said about Reagan and the obstructions there.

    No, the Obama presidency has nothing to do with skin color, I know Herman Cain would do a better job, probably Denzel too.

    The Obama presidency is proof that one, you cannot ever trust progressives and two, experience is required to be the leader of the free world, community organizers who lie need not apply.

    Based on the whining, Obama is the weakest, lamest little gopher of a president who has ever crawled. "They won't let me...." should have been his motto as there sure as **** is no change...and if anyone can find hope in this mess they are obviously exempted from Obamacare

    Wah, wah, wah,. wah...

    The most baby-teared presidency ever...no wonder other world leaders don't take him seriously....
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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 Fearandloathing View Post

    No, the Obama presidency has nothing to do with skin color, I know Herman Cain would do a better job, probably Denzel too.
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    OOOH boy, I love it. After whining about a *declining* large deficit for 5 years, the GOP should have run and the country should have elected a guy whose tax plan would create a 2 to 2.5T$ shortfall at current spending levels.

    Well, at least then you could say "See, we don't complain about ALL black presidents and their deficits". Nice idea.

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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 MMC View Post
    She was using it back then and all got her meaning as it was reported.....you still couldn't figure it out. Yet, even have the nerve to use the word Stupid.
    What she meant was quite specific, she could win because she had alarge base of support among certain demographic groups. She proved to be wrong, but that is what she said.
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    Uh oh Megyn...your vagina witchcraft is about ready to be exposed.

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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 Redress View Post
    What she meant was quite specific, she could win because she had alarge base of support among certain demographic groups. She proved to be wrong, but that is what she said.
    It was reported what it all meant back then. Which were all those who.....you were whining about earlier. That's where its at. Despite whatever you think your understanding is.

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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
    OOOH boy, I love it. After whining about a *declining* large deficit for 5 years, the GOP should have run and the country should have elected a guy whose tax plan would create a 2 to 2.5T$ shortfall at current spending levels.

    Well, at least then you could say "See, we don't complain about ALL black presidents and their deficits". Nice idea.

    that should have included a "per year". just in case it wasn't clear.

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

    I totally disagree with the premise of the poll. If America wasn't ready for its first Black President, the people wouldn't have elected him...TWICE!
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