georjec2, I appreciate your response. But not every time does it have to do with racism when it comes to disagreeing with the president.
In my lifetime I have witnessed many negatives things said about presidents not just Obama.
My children are my legacy.
It's nothing of the sort. Quit calling people liars, wipe the froth from your mouth and read.
" The NRA is afraid of Obama's voting record before he became president.
Look at it, he never saw a piece of antigun legislation that he didn't like."
"Obama's history in support of strict gun control measures prior to becoming president makes it difficult for him to claim he's a Second Amendment champion, even though he signed a bill allowing people to take loaded guns into national parks."
Yes, Obama endorsed Illinois handgun ban
Respect 2nd Amendment, but local gun bans ok
Ban semi-automatics, and more possession restrictions
and the list goes on.
As I've stated before my interpretation of a racist is a person who thinks they are superior to another person because of that person's race. The white guy down the Inner Harbor whose family outing is interrupted by a volley of curse words by a black person who then thinks to him/herself "miggers" is only a racist if along with that thought they are thinking they are racially superior. The white family that moves out because 'Pookie en dem' moved next store is not necessarily racist by a long shot. They may just have liked the peace and quiet before the Pit Bull kennel went up in the back yard and the full box stereo speakers blasted Hip-Hop during the weekly car washings. Time to move if possible.
That there are people who automatically and consciously think they are a superior race to all blacks is inescapable. I know black people who feel the same way about whites but in my experience they are not many.
Always a pleasure !
Last edited by Wild Eyed Southern Boy; 08-10-2012 at 08:00 PM.
[quote=gps29070;8075285]Sure, I'll explain it to you. First of all remember that most racist don't even know they are racist.
If the NRA came out and said they supported Obama's gun positions but didn't support his other agenda, then I would say their dislike of him isn't based on racism but on facts. The evidence shows otherwise, it's racism and hate that drives these people. No other conclusion can be drawn.[/quote]
National Rifle Assoc doesn't care about his other positions! Only the gun issue.
When all else fails, tilt head back and yell loudly,
Most obama voters vote for him regardless of his politics but soley because of his race and that makes them racists.
Thus anyone who votes for obama is a racist, anyone who votes against him is a racist, everyone who votes when obama runs for president is a racist.
He's bringing us together as a country, healing............
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