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memyselfI
08-01-2008, 11:10 AM
Obviously they are plants by the McCain camp cuz he's got the black vote nailed down. His supporters (primarily white audience) booed the protesters. :D

http://marcambinder.theatlantic.com/obamaarg.jpg

Taco John
08-01-2008, 11:11 AM
He's doomed!

memyselfI
08-01-2008, 11:13 AM
He's doomed!

Not yet...

Donger
08-01-2008, 11:14 AM
.

Barack Hussein doesn't care about black people

|Zach|
08-01-2008, 11:14 AM
Not yet...

Ok, I am sure you will tell us when.

Taco John
08-01-2008, 11:15 AM
Not yet...

Wait a minute... I thought he was doomed last week when he didn't get 60% of the vote immediately after his trip. You're confusing me. This latest thing should make him double-plus doomed.

memyselfI
08-01-2008, 11:19 AM
Wait a minute... I thought he was doomed last week when he didn't get 60% of the vote immediately after his trip. You're confusing me. This latest thing should make him double-plus doomed.

Doom by drip, drip, drip.

Painfully slow but equally effective as the sudden type.

|Zach|
08-01-2008, 11:21 AM
Doom by drip, drip, drip.

Painfully slow but equally effective as the sudden type.

You have created quite a fantasy for yourself here.

You think you are living the change you want to see in the world?

chiefforlife
08-01-2008, 11:41 AM
Three black dudes arent going to vote for Obama, Uh Oh.

Infidel Goat
08-01-2008, 12:26 PM
When I watch the exchange, I think it actually helps Obama...

HolmeZz
08-01-2008, 12:57 PM
If you bother to go to the website on the banner, you'll discover they're part of a marxist african-american group.

And as the old saying goes, "as go the marxist blacks, so goes the election".

Calcountry
08-01-2008, 01:08 PM
Not yet...He hasn't got the nomination, YET.

Just wait. If the polls go south on him before the convention, them Super duper delegates are not bound to him, heheheh.

We both know that the Clintons are like undead corpses, that cannot be killed.

Calcountry
08-01-2008, 01:09 PM
If you bother to go to the website on the banner, you'll discover they're part of a marxist african-american group.

And as the old saying goes, "as go the marxist blacks, so goes the election".
Liberation theology.

Obama tried to equate that with the black church.

Taco John
08-01-2008, 01:09 PM
He hasn't got the nomination, YET.

Just wait. If the polls go south on him before the convention, them Super duper delegates are not bound to him, heheheh.

We both know that the Clintons are like undead corpses, that cannot be killed.

You forgot to close your prayer with "Amen."

Iowanian
08-01-2008, 01:23 PM
Isn't it cute, watching zach and taco...the dynamic duo put on their capes and rubber masks to defend the honor of their hero.

|Zach|
08-01-2008, 01:26 PM
Isn't it cute, watching zach and taco...the dynamic duo put on their capes and rubber masks to defend the honor of their hero.

Defend the honor of?

Carlota69
08-01-2008, 01:29 PM
I think it helps him...that was my first impression anyways.

Pitt Gorilla
08-01-2008, 01:29 PM
Isn't it cute, watching zach and taco...the dynamic duo put on their capes and rubber masks to defend the honor of their hero.If they are the dynamic duo, what does that make pat and honestchieffan?

Alphaman
08-01-2008, 01:56 PM
Obviously they are plants by the McCain camp cuz he's got the black vote nailed down. His supporters (primarily white audience) booed the protesters. :D

http://marcambinder.theatlantic.com/obamaarg.jpg

memyselfI,

I'm surprised and disappointed you failed to tell the whole story here. Sen. Obama asked them to allow him to finish and then ask their question during the Q&A. They did so. He then made a point to go back to them to answer their question. Here was the question :

"In the face of the numerous attacks that are made against the African community or the black community, by the same US government that you aspire to lead -- and we are talking about attacks like the subprime mortgage that you spoke of -- it wasn't just a general ambiguous kind of phenomena, a phenomena that targeted the African community and Latino community, attacks like the killing of Sean Bell by the New York police department and right here in St. Petersburg by the St. Petersburg police, and Jena 6 and Hurricane Katrina, and the list goes on. In the face of all these attacks that are clearly being made on the African community, why is it that you have not had the ability to not one time speak to the interests and even speak on the behalf of the oppressed and exploited African community or black community in this country?"

He the respectfully explained how he HAD addressed each issue. He then told them that they may not have liked the way he addressed it. He handled it superbly. He showed them patience and respect. He challenged them to get involved in the solution. Here's an exerpt of what Sen. Obama said:

"Here's what I'm suggesting. What I'm suggesting is that on each of these issues that you mentioned, I have spoken out and I have spoken out forcefully. I was a civil-rights lawyer. I have passed, I passed -- hold on a second -- I passed the first racial profiling legislation in Illinois. I passed, I passed some of the toughest death penalty reform legislation in Illinois. So, these are issues I've worked on for decades. Now, that doesn't mean I'm always going to satisfy the way you guys want these issues framed. I understand that, which gives you the option of voting for somebody else. It gives you the option of running for office yourself. Those are all options. But the one thing that I think is important, the one thing that I think is important is that we're respectful towards each other. And what is true is I believe that the only way we're going to solve our problems in this country... The only way were going to solve our problems in this country is if all of us come together -- black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, young, old, disabled, gay, straight. That I think has got to be our agenda."


I recognize you have serious issues with Sen. Obama that came to light in the process of him defeating Sen. Clinton and that they have caused you to jump to the Sen. McCain camp. That is your perogative, but do you honestly think that Sen. McCain has an answer for the issues raised by these young men? In all likelihood, he would respond with what is becoming his standard answer "I'm not aware of the details of those issues". Of course, you may believe he does have an answer if you believe that Sen. McCain is more closely aligned on the issues with your candidate of choice, Sen. Clinton, than Sen. Obama is.

chiefforlife
08-01-2008, 02:44 PM
Thread closed, Meme Owned.

SBK
08-01-2008, 02:55 PM
If you bother to go to the website on the banner, you'll discover they're part of a marxist african-american group.



So was Obama for the last 20 years. (until he finally withdrew his membership)

Pitt Gorilla
08-01-2008, 03:28 PM
memyselfI,

I'm surprised and disappointed you failed to tell the whole story here. Sen. Obama asked them to allow him to finish and then ask their question during the Q&A. They did so. He then made a point to go back to them to answer their question. Here was the question :

"In the face of the numerous attacks that are made against the African community or the black community, by the same US government that you aspire to lead -- and we are talking about attacks like the subprime mortgage that you spoke of -- it wasn't just a general ambiguous kind of phenomena, a phenomena that targeted the African community and Latino community, attacks like the killing of Sean Bell by the New York police department and right here in St. Petersburg by the St. Petersburg police, and Jena 6 and Hurricane Katrina, and the list goes on. In the face of all these attacks that are clearly being made on the African community, why is it that you have not had the ability to not one time speak to the interests and even speak on the behalf of the oppressed and exploited African community or black community in this country?"

He the respectfully explained how he HAD addressed each issue. He then told them that they may not have liked the way he addressed it. He handled it superbly. He showed them patience and respect. He challenged them to get involved in the solution. Here's an exerpt of what Sen. Obama said:

"Here's what I'm suggesting. What I'm suggesting is that on each of these issues that you mentioned, I have spoken out and I have spoken out forcefully. I was a civil-rights lawyer. I have passed, I passed -- hold on a second -- I passed the first racial profiling legislation in Illinois. I passed, I passed some of the toughest death penalty reform legislation in Illinois. So, these are issues I've worked on for decades. Now, that doesn't mean I'm always going to satisfy the way you guys want these issues framed. I understand that, which gives you the option of voting for somebody else. It gives you the option of running for office yourself. Those are all options. But the one thing that I think is important, the one thing that I think is important is that we're respectful towards each other. And what is true is I believe that the only way we're going to solve our problems in this country... The only way were going to solve our problems in this country is if all of us come together -- black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, young, old, disabled, gay, straight. That I think has got to be our agenda."


I recognize you have serious issues with Sen. Obama that came to light in the process of him defeating Sen. Clinton and that they have caused you to jump to the Sen. McCain camp. That is your perogative, but do you honestly think that Sen. McCain has an answer for the issues raised by these young men? In all likelihood, he would respond with what is becoming his standard answer "I'm not aware of the details of those issues". Of course, you may believe he does have an answer if you believe that Sen. McCain is more closely aligned on the issues with your candidate of choice, Sen. Clinton, than Sen. Obama is.Yeah, um, context is pretty much banned in this forum. I suggest you take your "words" and "actual accounts" of the event elsewhere. Good day, sir.

|Zach|
08-01-2008, 03:33 PM
Yeah, um, context is pretty much banned in this forum. I suggest you take your "words" and "actual accounts" of the event elsewhere. Good day, sir.

:)

Taco John
08-01-2008, 03:45 PM
Isn't it cute, watching zach and taco...the dynamic duo put on their capes and rubber masks to defend the honor of their hero.


Neither Ron Paul, nor John Elway has been mentioned in this thread.

Taco John
08-01-2008, 03:48 PM
"Here's what I'm suggesting. What I'm suggesting is that on each of these issues that you mentioned, I have spoken out and I have spoken out forcefully. I was a civil-rights lawyer. I have passed, I passed -- hold on a second -- I passed the first racial profiling legislation in Illinois. I passed, I passed some of the toughest death penalty reform legislation in Illinois. So, these are issues I've worked on for decades. Now, that doesn't mean I'm always going to satisfy the way you guys want these issues framed. I understand that, which gives you the option of voting for somebody else. It gives you the option of running for office yourself. Those are all options. But the one thing that I think is important, the one thing that I think is important is that we're respectful towards each other. And what is true is I believe that the only way we're going to solve our problems in this country... The only way were going to solve our problems in this country is if all of us come together -- black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, young, old, disabled, gay, straight. That I think has got to be our agenda."



Wow, he is just terrible without a teleprompter.

patteeu
08-01-2008, 07:33 PM
When I watch the exchange, I think it actually helps Obama...

I didn't watch it, but that was my first thought. These weren't McCain plants, they were Obama plants! :)

chiefforlife
08-01-2008, 07:36 PM
Why is it so strange that some black people dont like Obama?

Is it strange that some (most) white people dont like McCain?

patteeu
08-01-2008, 07:37 PM
If you bother to go to the website on the banner, you'll discover they're part of a marxist african-american group.

And as the old saying goes, "as go the marxist blacks, so goes the election".

I knew it! Obama plants for sure! ;)

They probably know each other from The Young Pioneers (http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb3498/is_200006/ai_n8289955&tag=rel.res1?tag=col1;fa_related_widget) summer camps for communist youth or something.

alanm
08-02-2008, 02:24 AM
I knew it! Obama plants for sure! ;)

They probably know each other from The Young Pioneers (http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb3498/is_200006/ai_n8289955&tag=rel.res1?tag=col1;fa_related_widget) summer camps for communist youth or something.
ROFLROFLROFL

Ultra Peanut
08-02-2008, 02:51 AM
Wow, he is just terrible without a teleprompter.That's the funny part. Iowanian keeps going on about LOL HOPERAH LOL WRITTEN SPEECHES LOL, and then there's this incident that featured Obama completely addressing all of the points the initially-incendiary protestors brought up, with the protestors listening and relinquishing the microphone. So instead of just letting his supporters shout them down and moving on, he invites them to become a part of the proceedings and then responds to their concerns. How awful.

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Ultra Peanut
08-02-2008, 02:57 AM
I knew it! Obama plants for sure! ;)

They probably know each other from The Young Pioneers (http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb3498/is_200006/ai_n8289955&tag=rel.res1?tag=col1;fa_related_widget) summer camps for communist youth or something.I know you're kidding, but just in case anyone is retarded enough to actually consider the idea, please realize that the absolute last thing Obama needs is to endear himself to and associate himself with radical black movements. If they were plants, they'd be Cubans talking about Cuban-American relations or something.

'Hamas' Jenkins
08-02-2008, 05:57 AM
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StcChief
08-02-2008, 09:33 AM
but HOPE/CHANGE CHANGE/HOPE will win.....

***SPRAYER
08-02-2008, 09:35 AM
I didn't watch it, but that was my first thought. These weren't McCain plants, they were Obama plants! :)


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bigfoot
08-02-2008, 12:49 PM
Probably staged

Ultra Peanut
08-02-2008, 12:52 PM
Probably stagedOh, definitely. The one image Obama definitely wants to associate himself with is that of a bunch of young, angry black men.

You've got it all figured out.