Hate video/speech against Obama

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posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 05:00 PM
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Hi all,

I'm a bit a sick to see so much video against him, people are trying to bash him by all mean necessary, in one footage he is the Antichrist, in the other he is a Zionist illuminati, at the end he will be Satan or even an alien coming from a 100000000000000000lightyears planet to rules the galaxy!!?

Why people are spiting their venom on him? Are you that much afraid of change? Don't you think it is normal for a multi cultural society to not have a pure white or black president but a mix of both? Or are you still living in the past with your old fascist idea?

I know that people don't have to vote for him because of his colour but for his idea but in seeing so much footage against him and not McCain i think there is something wrong, lot of video says he is lying so these people never seen a politicians lying? And McCain is totally true and he never lied to anybody?
Him being a republican as W., i think you should be worried about him and not by Obama, especially with what did the republican this last 8 years!

Don't want to change people's mind or stuff, i just want them to think before act, because it become ridiculous!!!

I'm totally against this/all political circus, it's why i don't want people to vote him for his colour even if it can change a lot of old mentality but it is also not a reason to bash him that way!

Thanks for reading and understanding.


P.s.: I posted this thread in the disinformation forum but I think here is the most appropriate place.




posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 05:23 PM
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I pretty sick of it, too. And it doesn't really make sense to me either. I mean, in most elections, both candidates (and their supporters) go at each other pretty much evenly. But this is the first time I can remember where one candidate is just totally attacked and the other one is not.

And the funny thing is, if there's an attack against McCain, his defenders act like it's not EVEN fair and his attackers must be Satan incarnate!


It does make me wonder just why everyone is so hateful toward Obama but won't permit even the slightest criticism of McCain...

I sure hope Obama wins!



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 05:47 PM
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this kind of rhetoric from the far far ignorant right will only help Obama get elected.

I can't wait until he's elected and we instead begin to talk about his results, instead of his skin color.

people in opposition here in ATS, always say we're making it up about people being in opposition to his skin color



yeah, looks like we're making it up alright.



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 06:07 PM
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Yes there is always a kind of disinformation between each candidate but this time it's going to far!
Why not inform people on political issues instead of bashing him?
Why not just make video or a thread on a forum telling to people why his politic is not good for America like it should be done instead of calling him the Antichrist or an al-Qa'ida's terrorist ?

I don't recognize the country of liberty in that!



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 06:22 PM
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Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
this kind of rhetoric from the far far ignorant right will only help Obama get elected.


I'm not in favour of Obama nor of McCain, I know it can interpreted in that way but I went to underline to fact that this "campaign" against him is becoming ridiculous and yes it can only help him instead of the inverse!
I maybe had to make another thread about the fact that people should vote for his idea and not for his skin colour, both are ridiculous(hate against him+vote for him because of his skin), this is not a fair battle, maybe Obama's skin colour is an advantage for him but McCain partisan should use this in their favour and explain that to people and put forward their political views!



[edit on 30-6-2008 by ufopunx]



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 06:58 PM
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I must be hanging out in the wrong places cause I have not seen that much good mudslinging. I do hope that changes, I hope things get truly nasty before the elections. I don't like either candidate, and would love to see them tear eachother up all over national television.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 01:15 AM
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I'm not agreeing with the video but I do disagree with the fact that Obama is not the only one that is getting all the mud slinging. McCain and Sarah Palin recieved a HUGE share of it also, during and after the election. If you don't belive that then you don't watch the news much lately. I strongly believe that Obama won cause of his skin color. HELLO!!! The guy doesn't have ANY experience. I'm sure that will be seen within the next year or so. Maybe next time people with vote for the person that is RIGHT for the job NOT the color of there SKIN...
I used to be a HUGE Opah fan, what she did with this election was totally wrong. She indorsed Obama, talked at rallys but on the show she said that she will not have anybody on regarding the election. Don't get me wrong everyone has the right to support the person they see right for the job but at least do it the right way, mostly if you are in the public eye as much as she is.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 08:01 AM
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Well, Obama won... But now the attacks are "Blacks only voted for him because he's black!" While ignoring History. The blacks never vote for the GOP, the party of the KKK and Dixiecrats. Do they never wonder why the Democrats and the Dixiecrats split? Also, the majority of women, Jews, Gays, so forth voted for Obama. So by the same logic Obama is also a Gay Jewish Woman. But you try to point out the BS, that the black community only voted for Obama because he's black and you're called a dumb blonde and so forth. of course name calling is all they have since they know they're wrong.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 11:25 AM
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Originally posted by GamerGal
But you try to point out the BS, that the black community only voted for Obama because he's black and you're called a dumb blonde and so forth.


That is patently untrue. I'm sure no one called you a blonde and meant it.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 11:38 AM
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And still avoiding the BS. The black community always voted for Democrats. Bill Clinton got 92%, Obama 95%. And this is with MILLIONS more voting. Wow, you add what, forty million more voters, and Obama can only get a 3% increase in the black community vote. Also, natural blonde thank you very much due to my condition, but now its a very nice shade of purple with some red streaks.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 11:39 AM
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Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
I mean, in most elections, both candidates (and their supporters) go at each other pretty much evenly. But this is the first time I can remember where one candidate is just totally attacked and the other one is not.


You're not serious are you? I'm also sick of the attacks on Obama now that he has won the election. However, t seems like you're indicating in this comment that you think Obama was overwhelmingly attacked and McCain wasn't during the campaign cycle?? That's so off base that it's ridiculous. My perceptions of the political climate for the last several months are exactly the opposite. The stuides comparing negative stories on McCain vs. Obama on the major networks certainly agree with my perceptions.

Edit: I just noticed that I replied to a post you wrote in June. Have your opinions changed after the fact?

[edit on 13-11-2008 by BlueTriangle]



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 11:45 AM
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The difference was McCain attacks were "Obama is black! Secret Muslism terrorist! BLACK SECRET MUSLIM!" While Obama attacks were "McCain is going to cut taxes for his friends while starting wars with Iran and Syria but ignoring Al Q and OBL in Pakistan." Yes both attacks, but one has more substance.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 11:48 AM
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The difference was McCain attacks were "Obama is black! Secret Muslism terrorist! BLACK SECRET MUSLIM!"


Care to show proof where McCain said that, because I followed the election closely and never saw or heard anything like that attributed to McCain directly.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 11:54 AM
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You didn't see ANY of the attack ads? Check out youtube. Thankfully Maine isn't a battleground state so they didn't flood my television but they have them ALL OVER youtube. Here is one video that sums it up nicely. www.youtube.com... And another good one that associates Obama with terrorists. www.youtube.com... Also, don't deflect by saying "Yes they're attack ads from McCain's campaign but that doesn't count because uh, um, he wasn't really running his campaign, it wasn't him running for President, he had nothing to do with his campaign or running for President." Also, Palin's famous attacks, also part of McCain's campaign... I know let me guess, McCain had nothing to do with his campaign or ads even though he has the "I'm John McCain and I approve this message".


[edit on 13-11-2008 by GamerGal]



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 12:03 PM
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I'd like to know how McCain was attacked. And yes, I think Obama was attacked FAR more and with much more venom than McCain was. Do me a favor. Google "McCain ads" and "Obama ads" and watch a few. Obama talks about himself, his plans, his country and us. McCain talks about Obama.

McCain was attacked for being erratic (true)
For not offering something different than George Bush on the economy (true)
For picking an unqualified VP (true)
For NOT supporting our troops (true)

Obama was attacked for being a Muslim (false)
For not being eligible for president (false)
For "palling around with terrorists" (false)
For being a "socialist" (false)
For being an elitist (false)
For wanting to teach sex education to kindergarteners (false)
For not visiting soldiers because no cameras were allowed (false)
For the increase on gas prices (false)
For his plans of "painful tax increases on working American families" (false)
For wanting to raise taxes on "families" making just $42,000 a year. (false)



So, yeah, I still feel the same as I did in June on this issue.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 12:10 PM
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Originally posted by skeptic1
Care to show proof where McCain said that, because I followed the election closely and never saw or heard anything like that attributed to McCain directly.


Since this renewed discussion is in reply to my post in June, I just want to point out that I said, "But this is the first time I can remember where one candidate is just totally attacked and the other one is not." I wasn't speaking ONLY about the "approved" ads, although if we're just talking about the candidate's attacks on each other, my point still stands.

Obama was attacked MUCH more by McCain than the other way around.

FOX attacks - Muslim

[edit on 13-11-2008 by Benevolent Heretic]



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 12:16 PM
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reply to post by Benevolent Heretic
 


With all due respect, BH, I was not asking that question of you. I was asking it of GamerGal who said point blank that McCain called Obama a "Secret Black Muslim Terrorist".

Ads from extremist groups on either side went too far; but to attribute the vitriol from the extreme side of either party to their candidate directly is wrong and misleading in my opinion.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 12:19 PM
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reply to post by skeptic1
 


Even when they end in "I'm John McCain and I approve this message."? Kind of hard to say he didn't approve it when HE says he approved it.



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 12:21 PM
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reply to post by GamerGal
 


It is one thing to have a campaign ad that says Obama associated/associates with terrorists. While the Ayers thing wasn't all that big of a deal to me, it was to others.

It is another thing to intimate that it is really saying Obama is a "Secret Black Muslim Terrorist".





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