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Originally posted by hapablab
I know its rude to ask OP and I understand if you don't want to share, but who WOULD you want to win as president?
Originally posted by Aliensun
The counter to this would be for someone to list the several times in his two books that our wonderful president spoke ill of white folks. There was a copy of them going around on the internet last week that supplied the exact quotes. But does any of his supporters pay any attention to his many, many personal discrepencies? Not at all.
So if that's the case how do you propose he move on to the more pressing issues?like economic,foreign policies,and the actual running for president?If that is all they wish to ask him then how should we proceed?Do you think if it is ask enough times he will change his answer?What will satisfy the people that cannot get past this one issue?How do you think we should move on?Seriously
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
reply to post by AzureSky
It doesn't matter if he answered the question a million times...he is running for President of the united states. Not everyone heard his answer 10 years ago.
His frustration and refusal to continue to answer speaks volumes about what his true feelings are about these newsletters.
They were written by him or a close associate, they were written by his on company, they were written under his name, he made a TON of money off of these newsletters.
YES, he needs to answer this questions ANYTIME someone wants to ask him about it...doesn't matter if it is a million times...he needs to answer it. And until he reveals ALL information about who exactly wrote them and why he was so incompetent in reviewing and approving his own damn newsletter...I say every reporter that interviews him should ask him this question.