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You had your side issue moment to derail.
Please stop derailng the thread with the side issue of race where the topic is the policy speech given by the US President at the United Nations, this morning.
reply to post by ActuallyActuary
Another ignorant generalization of "minorities".. Assuming they want "free stuff", they probably paying higher tax then you are, probably more educated.
Again you are looking at all minorities as the same.
yup your the white devil alright.
edit on 9/24/2013 by luciddream because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Probably 1/3 of the republican party hates him purely based on his skin colour, and they are not even afraid to admit it, even on TV!
To them it doesn't matter if he is 50% white, he is black to them.
Actually he is black to most of the people thus, "first black" president.
reply to post by MysteriousHusky
I'll ask a second time. Please stop derailng the thread with the side issue of race where the topic is the policy speech given by the US President at the United Nations, this morning.
It would be very much appreciated. If race baiting was purely unintentional, then dropping that side issue entirely should be no problem whatsoever, correct?
Together, we have also worked to end a decade of war. Five years ago, nearly 180,000 Americans were serving in harm’s way, and the war in Iraq was the dominant issue in our relationship with the rest of the world. Today, all of our troops have left Iraq. Next year, an international coalition will end its war in Afghanistan, having achieved its mission of dismantling the core of al Qaeda that attacked us on 9/11.
What is the role of the United Nations, and international law, in meeting cries for justice?
Ultimately, this is the international community that America seeks – one where nations do not covet the land or resources of other nations, but one in which we carry out the founding purpose of this institution. A world in which the rules established out of the horrors of war can help us resolve conflicts peacefully, and prevent the kind of wars that our forefathers fought.