Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Barack Obama is a Bitch and Other Political News


Barack Obama is a Bitch.

The mess with Clinton and the roll call vote at the Democratic National Convention and his pussy ass calling out of Clarence Thomas (I'm NOT a Thomas fan) when Alito and Roberts are far more destructive forces on the Supreme Court...Barack "I'm a Bitch" Obama continues his "I'll do anything to appease the White folk" tour.

And even with all of his capitulation he is currently lagging behind the polls to John McCain...a lying, old, angry, uninformed, woman hating asshole. From AOL:

WASHINGTON (Aug. 20) - In a sharp turnaround, Republican John McCain has opened a 5-point lead on Democrat Barack Obama in the U.S. presidential race and is seen as a stronger manager of the economy, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Wednesday.

McCain now has a 9-point edge, 49 percent to 40 percent, over Obama on the critical question of who would be the best manager of the economy -- an issue nearly half of voters said was their top concern in the November 4 presidential election.

McCain better on the economy? Really? Gas tax McCain?

This just further confirms for me that the American Public are a bunch of ignorant, racist, idiots. If this country elects McCain, we truly get what we deserve. The inability of the American Public to see past their ignorance and continue to vote along the same idiotic path that got us into this economic mess to begin with.

13 comments:

philosopher said...

Actually, Clarence Thomas really is pretty destructive. He too is republican, and even as a Black man refuses to do much to help Black people. He's the justice I like the LEAST that is currently on the bench.

McAlpine said...

Philosopher has a point, Clarence Thomas did more harm against "AA" than any other sitting justice or politician since the Reagan era.

You should also note that George Bush Sr, went out of his way to appoint Clarence Thomas to the
U.S. Supreme Court using affirmative action, since Clarence Thomas didn't actually have the proper qualifications in the first place - he majored in Theology. And then, after getting the top stop voted against affirmative action !?

Anonymous said...

Trust me, Obamessiah's attempt at economic resolution is far more destructive than the changes that McCain is proposing. And when you talk about America being racist, why dont you take a look at what youre saying when lumping McCain into the Bush overspending category. How are they even close to categorically similar, just because they are both old white men... please. And the reason that Clarence Thomas voted against affirmative action is because he says (along with many other prominent black americans) is that affirmative action acts as a disadvantage to the minorities it claims to "serve". Affirmative action completely dis-credits black americans by providing them with an immediate advantage. ie: Michigan university automatically gives a minority race 40 points towards their entrance score, where if you score a perfect 2400 on your SAT's you are only awarded 22 points... Thomas is protecting the community, not eradicating it. Do some fucking research before throwing ignorant statements around.

JJ said...

Lol @Anon

Yeah keep believing that bullshit. How about you do some research. Thomas' very existence on the court was Affirmative Action at his finest.

So pair me how it "hurts" minorities. Spew that shit on someone who doesn't understand how the real world works.

As far as McCain..I'm sorry did he vote against any Bush policies? Any? Any?

Oh okay.

Ebony Intuition said...

Clarence Thomas is a PAWN, he is being used by whites to make it look like a black men is doing so much destruction to black people. Whites have already done the damage and now place blacks in certain positions to continue it, if anyone hasn't noticed that buy now then whites have you blind folded for sure.

Barack is another Pawn too, regardless if Barack wins or not, he'll be just like all the other presidents they are all told what to do . They don't actually make decisions they just follow through on orders given to them.

A said...

Ok, so you call Obama a bitch. That's rather harsh and unnecessary given a very literal interpretation. And you don't like McCain either.

Not suggesting that you be uncritical, but your framing of the discussion falls in the category of "with friends like ______, who needs enemies?"

How can you in good conscience vote for someone you reference as a bitch or someone you call a woman hating asshole when you couple that with the fact that not voting is not really a responsible option?

McAlpine said...

The PAWN analogy is old, outdated, and weak at best. Isn't it fair to say that every sitting president was a PAWN...?

McCain's claim to fame came through his "campaign finance reforms" initiative some years ago. That's it. What he's been doing since then is supporting both implicitly and explicitly, on and off the camera, this current administrations initiatives.

Obama is fresh and new and he has an unprecedented opportunity to make a real change in Washington.
For the first time in American history we have a chance to have someone who doesn't represent the American oligarchy.

McAlpine said...

Most black intellectuals lost the plot a long time ago, that's why African Americans for the most part are still trailing behind other nationalities in many areas.

These black intellectuals went against Affirmative Action at the WRONG time, at a time when we our people really needed the advantage just to get started.

Sadly, and most ironically, single white mothers, and handicapped benefitted the most from Affirmative Action whereas blacks in America have very limited chances to use it.

Anonymous said...

This is amazing. Everyone has such extreme and harsh views of Obama and McCain. Personally, I am a supporter of Obama and am offended at the comments made about him. I would trust Obama as president over McCain any day because he has been a long time supporter and activists of the community, along with his wife. This is why I am going to vote for him. Not too many people talk about the work he has done in Chicago but while growing up here, I have witnessed it myself. Maybe some of you all should educate yourselves by reading both nominees platforms and their backgrounds. And maybe, just maybe some of you will become a little more optimistic of the future.

Kelly said...

I PRAY McCain is not elected. He might be a nice enough guy, but he'd bring 4 more years of the same shit we've had for the last 8 years.

Obama may have flaws, all politicians will disappoint at some time, but he provides hope where there is none.

~Kelly
http://www.30somethingandsearching.today.com/

ShAĆ© - ShAĆ© said...

It's time for a change in racist attitudes. Maybe then politics will change... or maybe not. What I know is I've had enough of the same old same.

Kim C. said...

I'm voting Obama b/c he's representing the democratic party. all we can do is pray for the brotha. but there is no way i'd vote for mccain, someone who promises to keep up the same stuff. i wonder, if he does talk junk and end up ready to have yet another war, what soldiers will he find to fight and with what dollar? and there is no way i'd sit back and not vote at all. my people shed too much blood, sweat, and tears for me to have the opportunity.

i knew the media was going to play this game with the election anyway. obama was to separate the democratic vote and defeat hillary. then, they come out talking about mccain is so far in the lead from now on b/c that's what it was all along. did anybody with a sound mind really believe that a black man would be allowed to sit in the president's chair and run this entire country??? we have not come that far. maybe now would be a good time to apply that affirmative action- in the white house :)

Kim C. said...

as far as affirmative action, if white people had a "head start" for 400+++ years of claiming everyone else's property, stealing everyone else's land, and using absolutely FREE laborers to build on it, what's the big deal with leaving affirmative action in place??? even with it, we won't ever begin to catch up to them. so they can stop worrying about that with their prejudiced, hateful a****