Friday, June 20, 2008

Obama says Republicans will use race to scare voters.


Obama is the candidate of "change"? Give me a break. It looks like Obama is resorting to the same old race politics Democrats are famous for. Obama should focus on the blaring fact that he has limited appeal among mainstream working class whites and Hispanics in HIS OWN PARTY. How quick has the mass marketed, empty suit, political messiah forgotten that race was injected into this campaign due to his own past, his "former" church, his racist pastor, and his affiliation's with many American hating racists that are black. Obama talks a good game about "uniting the nation". Talk clearly is all it is. At a fundraiser in Jacksonville, the empty suit said

"It is going to be very difficult for Republicans to run on their stewardship of the economy or their outstanding foreign policy"

Barack Obama has been suffering from pretty severe memory lapses lately, this is one fact that he may have forgotten. Democrats have controlled congress now for over two and a half years not Republicans. Barack Obama is the last person to talk about someone else's polices. His first three years as a junior senator has been spent running for president. Oh yeah, what is Barack Obama's foreign policy and economic experience? That would be NONE and NADA. The empty suit has to do better then that. Obama further mentioned

"They're going to try to make you afraid of me. He's young and inexperienced and he's got a funny name. And did I mention he's black"

If Obama is using race as a strategy to take away the factual attacks by Republicans that he is inexperienced and naive, then its clearly going to backfire drastically. Whites are getting ticked off at Obama supporters when they call them "racists" just for criticizing Obama's stances on the issues. So the only thing he's going to accomplish with this strategy is further alienating a vital segment of the voting population that he already has very limited support in. The fact of the matter is that Republicans have more then enough facts to bring Obama down. Actually Obama sounds no better then Hillary when she way spewing that she was being attacked during the campaign was because "SHE WAS A WOMAN". This is the same playbook just replacing the name,gender and race of the Democrat candidate. I'm being attacked, because "I AM BLACK".He said he was also set for Republicans to say "he's got a feisty wife," in trying to attack his wife Michelle. I've posted several you tube videos of Michelle Obama in her own words trashing America. I guess according to Obama we are all suppose to ignore the obvious like his supporters do. It doesn't work like that. This is the best part of his speech. I guess he had the teleprompter working that day.

"We know the strategy because they've already shown their cards. Ultimately I think the American people recognize that old stuff hasn't moved us forward. That old stuff just divides us," .

Is Obama serious?! What cards have been shown? Does he means the cards of Jeremiah Wright, Otis Moss, Louis Farahkan, the New Black Panthers, William Ayres, Michael Pfleger, Michelle Obama's thesis from Princeton, Obama's comments from his own book "Dreams of my father"? Here's a "unifying" passage from his book. "WHITE FOLKS GREED fuels a world in need". Obama also seems to have forgotten why his support among whites has dropped like a rock in recent months. News Flash, It wasn't because of Republicans. Is this a Republican scaring voters based on race?


Blogger Pamela said...

I saw a piece on this on CNN. I saw the beginning of Anderson Cooper. He actually raised the question of whether he was race baiting. I was shocked. Remember I watch very little cable TV since I disconnected it over two years ago. This was the last straw when it came to Obama. It is very clear that he is playing the race card or any card he thinks will get him elected. He will anger more whites with this one. Of course if John McCain is elected it will only be because they will not vote for a bm.

I don't blame people not voting for a whiny man. Same reason I would not have considered Huckabee. I'm old enough to remember the song Charlie Brown from the 60s. I keep hearing the line in my mind where the bass singer is saying "Why's every body always picking on me?' LOL

9:16 AM  
Blogger DarkStar said...

He's right.

Fox News has already started the process.

12:01 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

pamela" don't blame people not voting for a whiny man"

BINGO Pamela!! He's coming off sounding like a punk blamming anyone and everyone or dares challenge him. He's sounds pathetic. Where is the poltical backbone with this guy? When it comes to George Bush, he has been caleld every thing bad from A to Z and he hasn't cried once. Bush has done many things wrong in my book, but at least he's a man on how he faces his critics unlike Barack Obama.

Pamela "Why's every body always picking on me?' LOL"

Oh yeah, I remember it pamela lol
Doesn't the empty suit understand that he is running for the most powerful office in the world? If he thinks he shouldn't be attacked hecause of who he is, Barack is dumber then I thought.

3:23 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

darkstar"He's right. Fox News has already started the process"

Normally Darkstar when you post something, you normally have a link to backup your comments. I've noticed that this time you have no link or an example of how republicans and fox news have "started the process". When you get a chance, please provide some proof, because I challenage you on that statement.

3:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fox news didn't have to do a thing.
Barrack Obama's loose-lips are doing more to bring him down than the efforts of the Republicans or myself!

In my honest opinion we the people have a right to know what kind of person our would be president is!

I don't need to know about what goes on between him and his wife I want to know where his political loyalties lie and whether he has this country's best interests at heart!

His church is more of a political rally than a house of worship!
To me black supremacists are just as bad as white supremacists!

12:34 PM  
Blogger DarkStar said...

The "terrorist jab"?

The "baby daddy" tag line?

Early mentioning of the alleged "whitey tape"?

10:27 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Darkstar"Early mentioning of the alleged "whitey tape"

That rumor of that tape was put out to try and bait conservative talkshow hosts Darkstar. It didn't work. It was commented on, but was never presented as being real only a rumor. To be perfectly honest Darkstar, Republicans don't need a tape of bitter michelle saying whitey, they could use the video of her at the University of South Carolina saying that "Americans are comfortable in their ignorance". I linked to that video last month. More then likely I will repost it at some time soon.

11:23 PM  
Blogger The Vegas Art Guy said...

All Fox News has done is to show Obama for the socialist that he really is. At least one news station is willing to show the candidates for who they are and what they stand for. This will end if Obama gets elected because the far left brooks no dissent from their manifestos.

Doubt me? Look at Lieberman...

CB: another great post, I do check in on a regular basis even if I don't comment much, keep up the good work.

1:41 AM  
Blogger Pamela said...

It looks like the next five months are gong to be very long.

I agree that Fox News will tell the truth about the candidates no matter who the candidate is. You will not get that anywhere else. Contrary to what people want to think you can find both sides of an issue on there is a way that you just do not see much on other channels. I read the web pages from tine to time since I do not have cable TV these days. Reading the 'news' online eliminates all the screaming and yelling.

I find it interesting that people will scream against Fox News race baiting when I first heard the suggestion of race baiting on CNN, not really known for being a safe bastion of conservative or objective press.

6:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Journalists and commentators always avoid taking it to the next logical step (and I’m not really sure why)…weren’t Obama’s statements not just a simple case of playing the race card, but actually racist? Think about what he said. Neither McCain nor anyone from his campaign has EVER suggested that because of Obama’s skin color he shouldn’t be President and they have never employed any strategy to “scare” voters by envoking his race. Obama is suggesting that BECAUSE McCain is white, those racist intentions MUST be his true intentions. He is suggesting that BECAUSE voters are largely white they WILL be “scared” by his skin color. He is suggesting that there is something wrong with previous Presidents (the ones “on the currency”) BECAUSE they were white. Obama wasn’t playing the race card. He was playing the racist one.

10:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I came across this posting on a Google search about "why does Barack Obama scare Republicans?" and I really haven't gotten a satisfactory answer. Can you help me out because I've heard it out of many Republican mouths?

About me: I've been a registered Democrat for years and voted in every election, but when the misogyny of the nation was revealed during the primaries, I realized that because the Dems let it happen, they offer me nothing so I have no more loyalty to them. I'm now a registered Non-partisan and listening to all sides. To me, Dem. or Rep., both of them are scary picks. You may have a unique insight that other Republicans don't have.

1:56 PM  

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