posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 01:33 PM
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
I'm embarrassed to be part of a forum that prides itself on quality and the cliché of 'denying ignorance' yet the way some of you reply and
discuss the speech it’s like your 10yr old children screaming over nothing.
agree or disagree with a bit of common sense and decency, no one likes constant rambling bs no matter how ineffective he is. Mitt would have been 10x
worse, Mccain would have been 100x worse and Bush was the granddaddy of disasters.
I at least will listen to this man with an unbiased and open mind, from the looks of things you all had your white hoods and ropes ready before the
I'm guessing he talks about green energy idea's? about the nuclear issue with north korea? syria? the economy and improving jobs?
So... shouldnt we be looking for reasons to help and improve? instead of ignoring our real problems and focusing on 'your' hatred for this
edit on 13-2-2013 by Agit8dChop because: (no reason given)
What I'm hearing is that you don't agree with how other people vent their frustrations regarding our president. However, just because they deal with
things a little different (and, yes, some are a little immature in their statements) doesn't mean that they are "screaming over nothing"
The issues that a lot of us have with the president are valid and significant.
There is NO way of knowing if McCain or Romney would have been any more disastrous than Mr. Obama, so you can't make that statement with any
certainty. You can have your opinion, but since it will never happen we will never have that as a fact. (For the record I am not a republican and am
not defending either of them)
And the most immature, disrespectful, insulting statement I have seen from all of these posts is your quote that "from the looks of things you all
had your white hoods and ropes ready before the speech began!"
It's absolutely ABHORANT that just because someone doesn't like what they are hearing, or is jaded from all of the lies they have already been told
by this man, that they don't want to listen to him with an open mind, are that way due to the fact that they are racist or part of the KKK? So
because this man is part African American, I am not allowed to disagree with him because if I do then that makes me racist. That is absolutely
ridiculous. If an African American disagreed with Bush's statements did that automatically make him a racist?
How can you talk about denying ignorance and then make a statement like that?
As far as his speech goes, there were no surprises. He did the same talking in circles he always does. Contradicting himself at every angle in his
futile attempt to try and make everyone happy. And, as usual, for the people that are paying attention, it backfired.