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Prominent Clinton backer and DNC member to endorse McCain

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posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 09:55 PM
I have no horse in this race but I will say this. Knowing the a Rothschild is wanting McCain in there makes not NOT want to vote for him. Look who she is and her record will speak for itself. Hell just look at her last name. I also find it ironic she calls Obama an elitist considering who she is.

You want to know who she is look here

If I was McCain I wouldnt want her support and tell her to take it up the road. Especially if he wants to push change.

[edit on 17-9-2008 by mybigunit]

posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 11:23 PM
I don't think race has much to do with it...

I hate Obama and would gladly have voted for Powell

I think almost all Black politicians that have run have been from the socialist, life's unfair ultra liberal side of life... I don't like what many Black political leaders including Obama would do to the Black community

Far from racist, I think he will be exceptionally bad for Black America, that socialist policies will hold more Black Americans down than ever lift any up.

I think the guy type casts Black people as..Poor, challenged and incapable by the kind of programs he wishes to enact...

I think the guy has already done more to divide race in America than we have been at anytie in the last 40 years by opening up old wounds from when he was a child and continuing to paint regular Good Black people as some special interest group that needs some kind of help... all the guy does is affirm feelings of oppresion and racial strife where really most people no longer have very many true race issues

his playing of the race card through this is perhaps alienating white people, but maybe for good reason, he is opening up a can of worms America has made great strides in closing just to get elected and creating a divide.

It's all change and US vs THEM from this guy and it's bad for America

and his tax plan and etc...will help poor Black Americans a tiny little bit...a few hundred bucks a year... while Black Americans who made it out of the hood and do well...are going to be kicked back down or find that "escape velocity" is alot harder to reach

I'm sorry, the rich float the countries funds.. and there are lots opf Well to do Black Americans who if they vote for this guy may find themselves back where they started and I believe in rewarding success not failure

The biggest joke of Obama is that... as a person he is basically a Rich White Conservative to judge by his own life and behavior but he has Black America fooled...

By playing the race card, like he has anything in common with them anymore or has thier best interests at heart

He is an elitist in his own way and he wil use the poor to be elected and dump them like any other politician.

Not one of his policies says anything about how his "community" goes from Poor... to upowardly mobile...

It's all the crap people in the ghetto want to here... bs lies , savings of a few hundred bucks at national expenses, better schools if the govt will change a society where kids parents don't educate them...

He offers the Black community nothing and frankly I'd just be happier with a president that aids upwardly mobile Black Americans that set an example as oppossed to offering the ghetto more govt cheese...

He practicesw typical..."keep the poor in thier place" politics... and offers nothing that will actually alter thier lives in any meaningful way

posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 11:44 PM

He offers the Black community nothing and frankly I'd just be happier with a president that aids upwardly mobile Black Americans that set an example as oppossed to offering the ghetto more govt cheese...

And you think the Republicans can do better? At least from an historical standpoint this election shows that race and gender is no longer a factor if one chooses to become president.
Can you tell me one President that has done anything for the poor and underprivileged?

The lower class gets left behind no matter who is president. Not one Presidential candidate ever mentions what they would do for the lower class who struggle daily to put food on the table or a roof over their families head.

IMO, this race (I see it on the entire major news channel’s) is about “The working class White man or woman. I have not seen one reference about the working class Black man or woman have you?

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 12:02 AM
One of the most interesting things to happen this entire campaign. Thanks for posting the info. Who woulda thunk.

What a shame it can't be discussed without the mudslingers getting involved.

Dick Morris who worked for Bill Clinton on his first campaign, has been predicting something like this will happen. He may have hit the nail on the head. He has been saying Hillary does not want Obama to win. The cards are being dealt that way it would seem.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 02:10 AM
After stumbling upon this today I wanted to post the article, but you beat me to it.

This doesn't surprise me, The Rothschilds already had an (illegal) fundraiser party for McCain in London earlier this year.

Link to story

things like this make Obama indeed the lesser evil imho..


posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 04:09 AM
lol so a rich woman who happened to support another rich woman wants to back the guy who is going to give her almost 150k in tax breaks per year seems surprising to you? Really? and doesn't support the candidate that is going to tax her 175k a year?

Eh, sometimes i wonder.. but anyway

McCain is a Flip-flopper, and always has been... he even considered joining the other side of the aisle. Its funny when I hear so much trash talk and no good points made for why people dislike Obama.. Like everyone should know by now unless you are making over 250k a year Obama is going to give you a nice juicy tax cut not a TAX increase.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 01:06 PM
Hillary supporters probably already know that the deciding factor between nominating Obama over Hillary was gender. I'm not a fan of Hillary, but she would undoubtedly have a more impressive resume than Obama. My guess is that the liberal geared media will continue to push away from that as much as possible and spend more time reporting on Palin's pregnant daughter. Anything to keep the liberal masses distracted from the facts.

[edit on 18-9-2008 by laiguana]

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 01:14 PM

Originally posted by mxshodog
I guarantee not one member on this forum makes more than $250,000 a year, not one of you.

You guarantee that? What makes you so sure?

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 02:03 PM
I tried to copy an article known as THE BRADLEY EFFECT.

I couldnt for some reason on this laptop. Anyway, if you google it, it will explain why i said what i said and what is bound to happen as far as an African American running for office.

If somebody wants to start a thread on this, feel free. I'm sick and want to lie down.

Of course, this probably doesnt apply to this elitist woman
Talk about the pot calling the kettle_________. Pardon the pun i couldnt help myself.

posted on Sep, 18 2008 @ 10:44 PM
THE BRADLEY EFFECT” is a stereotype! It only happened during a minor political runs. Times have changed thanks to the diminishing racist populous. As the economy continuous to collapse and citizens lose their jobs and homes why would you vote for someone who offers the same and even worst?

IMO the so called "Bradley Effect" is irrelevant to this Presidential campaign. I would vote for Mickey Mouse if he can make this place a better place to live and get me out of tent city where we will all end up if we vote for McSame! Does anyone agree?

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