Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Enough Of This

The 911 call




The police dispatch




The police report










Then the charges were dropped



We know what Obama said



We know what the police department had to say



We saw Obama try to clean up his mess

Next we move to the beer summit.

Yeah, lets all have a beer and make it all better.

Bottom line ? Gates was wrong.

But before we gloss over the incident, let's be sure we take a good look at Obama staring at the cameras and show us all who he really is.

A racist

Yup, I said it

Wait a minute, a racist based on what he said about the arrest of a black man ?

Well that, and what he said in the past

His campaign "officially reported": 'He [Obama] will visit Hawaii in December, instead of going to Hawaii this weekend [for the funeral], he is staying home in Chicago all weekend "so he can rest". -- in regards to his white grandmothers funeral

"That hate hadn’t gone away,' he wrote, 'blaming' white people — some cruel, some ignorant, sometimes a single face, sometimes just a faceless image of a system claiming power over our lives." --"From Dreams of My Father" by Barack Hussein Obama

"I ceased to advertise my mother's race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites" -- Dreams of My Father

"There were enough of us on campus to constitute a tribe, and when it came to hanging out, many of us chose to function like a tribe, staying close together, traveling in packs. . . It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names" --- Barack Hussein Obama from Dreams of My Father

"I found solice in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother's race" -- Barack Hussein Obama from Dreams of My Father

"The emotion between the races could never be pure,” “Even love was tarnished by the desire to find in the other some element that was missing in ourselves. Whether we sought out our demons or salvation, the other race would always remain just that: menacing, alien, and apart." -- Dreams of My Father

"There was something about him that made me wary,” Obama wrote. "A little too sure of himself, maybe. And white" -- Dreams of My Father

Go ahead, blast me in my comments, but that's my opinion and I am still entitled to it.
Obama has lied to us, has tried to transform us, and is working to destroy capitalism and the American dream.

I still stand with those that have common sense

10 comments:

Da Old Man said...

I believe Obama is a racist. Like the Rev. Wright incident, and other things.

lot 2 learn said...

Obama did sit in his church and listen to hate for 20 years

Sandee said...

I'm just sick of this entire thing. He should never have gotten involved with this Gates mess. Good grief.

Don't get me started on what I think about this individual. I'm not even going there.

Have a terrific day. :)

Josh said...

The word "racist" has been so overused that it barely resonates with grounded people anymore.

That aside, whether or not Obama is a racist, I don't know. I believe he's a crooked politician just like most other politicians. So when it comes to sitting in that church, he may have done it to appear more connected to the "struggle" and less like an elitist.

I do feel Obama is an elitist; a progressive-educated white man as much as he's anything else.

I don't know. I just know that, the more I find out about Barack Obama, the more I feel he's a phony. He's still out on the campaign trail while Pelosi and Emanuel try to run the country.

It's extremely odd!

Lauren said...

I'm with you!

Sandee said...

It's a beer not a summit. Yeah right. :)

MIke said...

Not that I buy into your post, but.. now that the shoe, according to you, is on the other foot, how does it feel?

lot 2 learn said...

@ Mike
What makes you think the shoe is on the other foot ?
Do you mean that I have a problem with races other than my own ?
Do you think I am a former slave owner, or have a white sheet and hood in my closet ?
Racism was a problem that was buried years ago. The problem is, some people continue to dig it up and use it as an excuse

The BoBo said...

You're such a hate monger - speaking the truth like that! Shame on you! ;)

Josh said...

@Mike:

Is that what it's about? People feeling the flip side?

I think you'd be hard pressed to find any person--who wasn't a full fledged nut--who wouldn't agree that the way minorities were treated in the past was among the most despicable behavior in human history.

I'm including all of human history here; what some white Americans and American government did will forever haunt us -- it is haunting us now.

However, is the idea to get past that and to truly be equal, to truly be Americans? Or is the idea to switch roles and for today's white people, who had nothing to do with the past, to see what it feels like?

If so, how long does that continue? Until my grandchildren get to reverse it again by saying, "My grandfather was unjustly treated simply because he was white"?

Putting the shoe on the other foot, if it doesn't blow up directly in your face immediately, will, at the very least, keep races embittered with one another and prohibit anyone from growing.

Or am I misunderstanding what you mean?