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Blacks in survey say race relations no better with Obama

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    Blacks in survey say race relations no better with Obama - CNN.com

    Oh well, Obama doesn't improve anything. So much for Obama hopeful changes!
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    Bummer. Looks it REALLY wasn't worth it, after all.

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    A dream is still a dream. After you wake up, nothing changes.
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    Is that anything like: "Meet the new guy. Same as the old guy (but with the press kissing his ass instead of trying to kick it)"????



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    #24 Jersey

    Well, duh. Racial issues will change when dropout rates change, when education rates change. It's not about thinking a race is superior to another (except for a few), it's about expecting effort and performance to be equal and a (half) black president being elected doesn't change anything.
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    Hm-m-m.... sounds like having a father around to take care of the kids might be a good idea. Eh?


    Thought of the day.


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    In the beginning, I was happy to see Obama elected because he was the first 'black' to be president. He would improve our black race. Well, time goes by and there is no improvement. It was what they called 'hope'.
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    It's called: James Carville and other election strategist gurus doing what they do. Frame a thought, keep repeating with endless anecdotal variations -- or simply re-cycle the ones that seem to resonate with a naive groupie-style crowd -- and VOILA!!! You won yourself an election, dude!!!

    (Keeping election promises is purely optional, and mostly never fulfilled. In some cases, however, that is a big "Thank You!!! "I'm gonna close Gitmo the day I take office."[paraphrased] -- Barrack Hussein Obama)


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    That says it all.



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    It certainly didn't stop anyone from pulling the trigger.
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    Dude... THAT was deep. Woah.
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    I never know when Press Cover is lurking around waiting to pounce on me with his KKK blubbering.
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    Well of course race relations weren't automatically better. Anyone of any ideology or race who thought that electing a black president would erase the centuries of racial tensions, prejudices and strife is incredibly naive. I think that Obama has a very strong grasp on race relations however (his speech on race was nothing short of brilliant), and that there is certainly the potential for things to improve during his term. But no one man can wave his hand and make the history of this country magically better.
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    Try to meditate on it.
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    What an assinine post. Obama's been in office barely a half a year, such things are NOT going to change that fast. What? Do you think more whites became nicer to blacks because Obama was elected? No! Things actually got worse what with random violence of whites on blacks that occurred right after the elections.

    And of course, with all the bigots running around these days, I'd be frankly surprised if it it turned out that race relations had improved.
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    in a year, you will hear:

    then:

    you get the point
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    You ain't see NOTHING YET !:singing::singing::singing:
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    Well, that's the Democrats for ya.
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    Oh, aren't we clever? ;)

    Yes, you're absolutely right I will, because that is still too soon. And then what will YOU say? Something like "what will you say then, two years." Oh, crap, you already did.

    You and NEP are delusional to think that race relations can improve so significantly quick if for no other reason than a new president. Is this even his primary mandate to start with?

    I stand by my words. This is an assinine post, and the CNN poll was equally stupid in its presumptions.
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    No, I guess I haven't, not if the likes of you keep trying to sabotage any efforts to affect this.
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    Bastards.................
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    Oh, I think NEP has far less influence than you would like to give him credit for. For sabotage of America, instead, think: John Conyers (and his lovely conspiracy-to-bribe wife). Think: Barney Fwank. Think: Chris Dodd. Think: bailouts from hell that turned the U.S. economy over to China and other foreign powers. That is IF you have the audacity to look.

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    Racism is a two way street.
    Racism elected Barack Hussein Obama.
    Racism destroyed Hillary Clinton.
    Everybody knows it but fear saying it.
    Geraldine Ferarro said it now many democrats won't even speak to her.
    Clintons dear close friends stabbed her in the back.
    Bigotry & Homophobia from the Minority Community defeated Gay Marriage in California (shhhhhhh)
    Racism, Homophobia, Bigotry alive and well throughout the Minority Community, but don't mention it.
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    Blah blah blah.

    Someone wake me up when we care what the fringe right babbles about. Seriously. It's just a joke.

    I'm glad sometimes I can take it seriously, to practice for people who actually have a point, but the continuing monotonous drone of "the sky is falling/nothing is changing/too much is changing/the falling sky is a sham...", all tailored to fit a pre-made "Wah we lost the election look how bad the winner is" template is just plain stoopit. I really do want to take you guys seriously, I really do. I just can't anymore.

    PFnV
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    No probs, dude. Go back to sleep, go party with Bubba Clinton and the O-man. Get laid sixteen ways from Sunday on the taxpayers' dimes.

    We'll see you in the next election. The way things are going, it's gonna be REAL interesting.


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