posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 12:00 AM
The night Mr. O was elected, opposing independent candidate Ralph Nater was interviewed (I don't recall by which news station). They asked good ol
Ralph how he predicts Mr. O would do as president and in fullfilling all the campaign promises he had made. Ralph Nater gave them an answer that I
will never forget for as long as I live and it should be a question every American ask all future presidents.
Ralph said,"It's quite simple either Mr. O will be Uncle Sam for the people or Uncle Tom for the corporations"
The news broadcasters immediately lashed out at Ralph as if he just performed a public lynching, calling him all sorts of names; a racist, and a sore
loser. How dare he slanderize Mr. O in such a way.
I saw nothing racist or slanderizing in the statement but saw it as a way to rate Mr. O's performance in the days that followed and we all know how
things have gone from there. Change you can believe.....Remember.
Remember? Fix the economy, transparency, stop the war, and whatever one of his speeches you that helped capture the love of the masses.
I also remember watching South Park that same night and it depicted Mr.O the misses and his Rep. opponents as a band of thieves who both ran for
president for the only reason being to get access to the tunnels of the white house that lead underneath a diamond they were hell bent to steal.
Racist comment? Slanderous cartoon?
I say a damn good statement and a good laugh. We all know how things have gone since because
Change Is Here
Howling At The Moon,
Chaotic Wolf (War Party Entertainment)