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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    I heard Obama's remark about not looking like the other presidents & I smiled because I thought he meant he was not as handsome. And he isn't! He just is a plain guy-no one would ever think he was a former model,like Gerald Ford.

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    Are ya nuts? Obama is bringing sexy to the White house.
    If I can't be a good example, then let me be a horrible warning.

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    YES! Him and his big ears and all

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    I listened to the speech and it did not imply that all people who didn't want to vote for him were racist.

    However it's sad fact that there are people who won't vote for Obama because he is black and 'he don't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills'.

    Unless you are a racist Republican, why is what he said so apparently offensive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCkissesx View Post
    I listened to the speech and it did not imply that all people who didn't want to vote for him were racist.

    However it's sad fact that there are people who won't vote for Obama because he is black and 'he don't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills'.

    Unless you are a racist Republican, why is what he said so apparently offensive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCkissesx View Post
    I listened to the speech and it did not imply that all people who didn't want to vote for him were racist.

    However it's sad fact that there are people who won't vote for Obama because he is black and 'he don't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills'.

    Unless you are a racist Republican, why is what he said so apparently offensive?
    Exactly. But the problem is that people who don't want to vote for Obama, because of his race and hide behind weak excuses, know that they can't make his race an issue. So, they take something general like his dollar bill comment and try to spin it into a way to make it appear as if he's playing the race card just to deflect from their own issues with his race.

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    You are a leftist. Your voting record is the furthest left in the Senate, and your books and your rhetoric indicate an ideology even further to the left than that. We don't vote for leftists.
    LOL this article is hilarious.
    first of all, most americans don't know what a real leftist is, and it still makes me laugh that anyone to the left of reagan is considered a raving pinko. who the hell are these people? it's like they're stuck in a cold war time warp having nightmares about The Red Threat.

    and this gem:
    You portray yourself as the transcendent figure who will unite us all into a single civic whole, moving together without division into a glorious future. In other words, you are a fascist.
    um, that's a pretty mighty extrapolation. how the fuck does he think 'moving together' = fascism? and isn't he forgetting that a couple of paragraphs up, he was accusing him of being a leftist pinko liberal? make up your mind.

    If you were out there talking about America's greatness (rather than our guilt) . . . about classical liberal positions of free enterprise and initiative, personal responsibility, property rights . . . lower takes . . . strong defense . . . promoting liberty and representative government around the world (as opposed to seeking ways to prostrate us to the U.N.) . . .
    ... he says it like that's a bad thing. who the hell wants another right-wing tard going on and on about how great 'murrica' is and how they're gonna export freedom and democracy everywhere, even if they have to bomb the shit out of the developing world in order to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkdgirl View Post
    VOIGHT: My concerns for America

    Obama sowing socialist seeds in young people


    Monday, July 28, 2008



    Actor Jon Voight. Associated Press.

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    We, as parents, are well aware of the importance of our teachers who teach and program our children. We also know how important it is for our children to play with good-thinking children growing up.


    Sen. Barack Obama has grown up with the teaching of very angry, militant white and black people: the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, William Ayers and Rev. Michael Pfleger. We cannot say we are not affected by teachers who are militant and angry. We know too well that we become like them, and Mr. Obama will run this country in their mindset.



    The Democratic Party, in its quest for power, has managed a propaganda campaign with subliminal messages, creating a God-like figure in a man who falls short in every way. It seems to me that if Mr. Obama wins the presidential election, then Messrs. Farrakhan, Wright, Ayers and Pfleger will gain power for their need to demoralize this country and help create a socialist America.



    The Democrats have targeted young people, knowing how easy it is to bring forth whatever is needed to program their minds. I know this process well. I was caught up in the hysteria during the Vietnam era, which was brought about through Marxist propaganda underlying the so-called peace movement. The radicals of that era were successful in giving the communists power to bring forth the killing fields and slaughter 2.5 million people in Cambodia and South Vietnam. Did they stop the war, or did they bring the war to those innocent people? In the end, they turned their backs on all the horror and suffering they helped create and walked away.



    Those same leaders who were in the streets in the '60s are very powerful today in their work to bring down the Iraq war and to attack our president, and they have found their way into our schools. William Ayers is a good example of that.



    Thank God, today, we have a strong generation of young soldiers who know exactly who they are and what they must do to protect our freedom and our democracy. And we have the leadership of Gen. David Petraeus, who has brought hope and stability to Iraq and prevented the terrorists from establishing a base in that country. Our soldiers are lifting us to an example of patriotism at a time when we've almost forgotten who we are and what is at stake.


    If Mr. Obama had his way, he would have pulled our troops from Iraq years ago and initiated an unprecedented bloodbath, turning over that country to the barbarianism of our enemies. With what he has openly stated about his plans for our military, and his lack of understanding about the true nature of our enemies, there's not a cell in my body that can accept the idea that Mr. Obama can keep us safe from the terrorists around the world, and from Iran, which is making great strides toward getting the atomic bomb. And while a misleading portrait of Mr. Obama is being perpetrated by a media controlled by the Democrats, the Obama camp has sent out people to attack the greatness of Sen. John McCain, whose suffering and courage in a Hanoi prison camp is an American legend.


    Gen. Wesley Clark, who himself has shame upon him, having been relieved of his command, has done their bidding and become a lying fool in his need to demean a fellow soldier and a true hero.



    This is a perilous time, and more than ever, the world needs a united and strong America. If, God forbid, we live to see Mr. Obama president, we will live through a socialist era that America has not seen before, and our country will be weakened in every way.



    Jon Voight is an Academy Award-winning actor who is well-known for his humanitarian work.


    Washington Times - VOIGHT: My concerns for America
    you have to be fucking kidding me!!! come on tkdgirl, at least post intelligent articles. but some nutjob reactionary washed out actor going on about obama 'planting socialist seeds' in impressionable youth's minds and drawing parallels to the commie hippies and the 'marxist' peace movement in the 60s? clearly, he didn't get the memo that the cold war is over. don't tell me you actually believe this crap. it almost reads like satire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCkissesx View Post
    I listened to the speech and it did not imply that all people who didn't want to vote for him were racist.

    However it's sad fact that there are people who won't vote for Obama because he is black and 'he don't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills'.

    Unless you are a racist Republican, why is what he said so apparently offensive?
    Glad to see I'm not the only one whose noticed this trend. They're reaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bychance View Post
    YES! Him and his big ears and all
    Clark Gable had really big ears and he did O.K.
    If I can't be a good example, then let me be a horrible warning.

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    I don't feel like I was called a racist.

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