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Oprah Tells The World 'Many Americans Hate Obama Because He's Black'

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posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:06 PM
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MystikMushroom
I'm sorry, but Obama has lied and broken as many promises as any other president in recent history. If it's not those things that make people hate him what is it?

Well, I actually do know quite a few people in my off-line world that truly believe Obama is a Kenyan-born, communist, Muslim-Antichrist that visits gay bath houses.

Even among my most liberal friends, George W never got quite that treatment.


How about the uncalled for Palin hatred, I never heard such horrible things, and if I pointed it out, they justified it.

Top 10: Most vile anti-Bush signs
dailycaller.com...


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posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:10 PM
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theantediluvian
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Blacks overwhelmingly voted Obama and many said it was because he's black. Don't expect a little thing like facts to change their mind. Hey many got a free phone out of it.


..and there we have it! Proof that white people are incapable of injecting race into politics.


Proof of you assuming a poster is white. Race isn't posted on ATS so it's best to reply to every poster = race neutral.

I know this will be hard to fathom by race baiters, (and not directed at you specifically) but both white and black (and any other colour) can all be racist. To other races and their own.

Anyone who voted Obama in because he is black, is technically racist. Anyone who thinks he can/can't do his job because he is black, is racist.

Politicians go far beyond race in their stupidity. In other words, you can have an intelligent black or white man/woman, but as soon as they go political, all bets are off.

Does that make me a "politicist"?



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:15 PM
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MystikMushroom
I'm sorry, but Obama has lied and broken as many promises as any other president in recent history. If it's not those things that make people hate him what is it?

Well, I actually do know quite a few people in my off-line world that truly believe Obama is a Kenyan-born, communist, Muslim-Antichrist that visits gay bath houses.

Even among my most liberal friends, George W never got quite that treatment.


Nah, they just think George single handedly signed the go ahead orders for 9.11, think he's a shapeshifting reptilian (threads kicking around ATS I'm sure), think he purposely runs people over in his car (wasn't that his wife? *also accidental), think he sacrifices innocent kids to the devil, think he is part of an international pedophile ring, etc, etc…

In some cases there is truth to everything. Even if you are not a birther, you still have to accept Obama's own account of growing up overseas. Not that there is anything wrong with growing up overseas, just that a birther's account goes beyond.

So just as there is truth to some of the GW Bush stories, doesn't mean that 100% he is a shape shifting reptilian from Reticuli who worships satan, making sacrificial killings after he has violated them.
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posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:19 PM
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You're going to blow chunks ?

You need to choose your words more carefully. Because this side of the pond, that means to be violently sick as a result of giving head. And I'm confident you didn't mean that.

Listen, I don't doubt you're not an Obama fan. Few are. Not my concern.

But don't you think a President commands respect simply by virtue of his election ?



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:24 PM
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youtu.be...



www.abovetopsecret.com...




"The Undefeated" was tested before focus groups of liberals who, according to the filmmaker, almost uniformly came away with a greater appreciation of Palin. This was especially true of women. Two different people told me that a liberal producer at a major television network (it was not Fox News) left the movie in tears after "realizing" how badly Palin had been treated by the media.


www.salon.com...


I am just getting comfortable in my chair when the screen suddenly fills with a montage of attacks on the former governor by Mr. Damon and about a dozen other celebrities (John Cleese calls her "a nice-looking parrot," David Letterman says she dresses like a "slutty flight attendant," I forgot what Rosie O’Donnell said, but whatever it was, she didn’t look good saying it). Then things take a truly vicious turn: Some nut paints a picture of Palin being crucified. Another idiot offers vulgarities about Palin and her newborn son, Trig. But that’s not the fun part. As the movie goes on, the attacks on Palin seamlessly segue into lions stalking and feasting on a defenseless zebra; an arrow protruding from the neck of a slain medieval archer; the most horrific car crash I’ve ever seen on film; a bridge (to nowhere?) collapsing; a man literally choking someone to death; a nuclear explosion; a volcano eruption; and, yes, sand being thrown onto the face of a nearly buried corpse. All that is missing is a depiction of Maureen Dowd taunting our dear Sarah while dancing the can-can with Osama bin Laden and setting the Constitution on fire.

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posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:28 PM
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But don't you think a President commands respect simply by virtue of his election ?


Did Hitler?



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:28 PM
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LeBombDiggity
But don't you think a President commands respect simply by virtue of his election ?


If you mean 'respect' as in .. give them a free ride and over look their corruption ... then NO. Years and years ago I was under the delusion that he (or she) should get it automatically. Not anymore.



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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And as he upholds it's laws & exercises all the powers, duties & responsibilities of his office, there falls to us an obligation to treat our Head of State with respect.

An outlook abandoned when the black man got the job.


Nope, respect is earned by someones action. Respect for the office may be initially granted but can be lost. Specifically be the president who does not "uphold it's laws & exercises all the powers, duties & responsibilities of his office."

I abandoned that respect when GW bombed the @#%$ out of Iraq under false pretenses. I actually had a lot of hope when Obama was first elected. Boy was I wrong.



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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Syria - So if you agree that all of these figures were calling for a military action, why is it only the President's push?

Fast and Furious - "He owns it" Ok. I was debating what "it" was.

RosenGate - That's the term given to the Hillary Rosen (and I believe Bill Maher?) comments about Anne Romney as a stay at home mom. The James Rosen leak investigation is part of AP-gate.

As for your "it's not a game" comment. I agreed with you, no need to accuse me of thinking anything is a game.

Nice deflection about the IRS's profiling of 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) nonprofit groups. I asked what more should the President have done beyond canning the responsible parties?

So other people's opinions are "ABSURD" and make you want to "blow chunks" but you'll climb up on the soap box to give me a lecture on respecting opinions



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:34 PM
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Stormdancer77

Did Hitler?


Well, not to be pedantic but Hitler was appointed Chancellor.
He wasn't elected President.
Anyway ...



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:35 PM
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boncho

theantediluvian
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Blacks overwhelmingly voted Obama and many said it was because he's black. Don't expect a little thing like facts to change their mind. Hey many got a free phone out of it.


..and there we have it! Proof that white people are incapable of injecting race into politics.


Proof of you assuming a poster is white. Race isn't posted on ATS so it's best to reply to every poster = race neutral.

I know this will be hard to fathom by race baiters, (and not directed at you specifically) but both white and black (and any other colour) can all be racist. To other races and their own.

Anyone who voted Obama in because he is black, is technically racist. Anyone who thinks he can/can't do his job because he is black, is racist.

Politicians go far beyond race in their stupidity. In other words, you can have an intelligent black or white man/woman, but as soon as they go political, all bets are off.

Does that make me a "politicist"?


I'll agree with most of that and I apologize for labeling somebody as "white" when I don't actually know his or her race. Just as racism comes in many forms, race-baiting comes in many forms, would you agree to that?



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:35 PM
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Hey thanks for posting another link that proves mine correct and you wrong.



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:36 PM
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Everyone's racist to some degree. We all have prejudices against people that are not identical to us to some varying degree. Conscious or unconscious, we judge and treat each person different than the next.

Lots of people would say, "I'm not a racist!" -- well, hate to break it to ya, but unless someone is just like you -- yes, yes you are (on some level). This is why the "race" card is so effective.

Is it right of Oprah to use it in this instance? Maybe not, but I think white people are more racist against Obama than they want to believe.



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:36 PM
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I havent read the thread in its entirety... I am guessing it has already been stated, but figured I would do it again.

Since the color of his skin hasnt changed, and yet his approval rating has.. that would go to show it has very little to do with his skin color. Of course, playing the race card really has its uses nowadays, though I think some of us (read: me, and everyone I know of all races) are getting a bit fed up with it.

Its odd how such a fact could elude an intelligent woman like Oprah. Perhaps it isnt eluding her, and she is fostering division intentionally. Much like Obama... Strange..



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:38 PM
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FlyersFan

LeBombDiggity
But don't you think a President commands respect simply by virtue of his election ?


If you mean 'respect' as in .. give them a free ride and over look their corruption ... then NO. Years and years ago I was under the delusion that he (or she) should get it automatically. Not anymore.


Well I'm glad you have changed your attitude as of 2008.



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:49 PM
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Who the hell here thought being the first (half) black president would be a cake-walk?

That's just the world we live in. You, me, him, her, we cant change that. Oh, you think we can change it??... like we can rid the world of hunger?? Yeah, ok.

I'm not saying it's right, I'm saying it's reality. But to say Obama is hated or disliked by a majority of America because he is (half) black is disingenuous.

Guess what, even a (half) black president can be a terrible president. If you can see through all the bullsh*t, it's clear he is a horrible president.

The end!

If it werent for all the racists Obama would've a won a 2nd term... oh wait... duh!



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:52 PM
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LeBombDiggity

Stormdancer77

Did Hitler?


Well, not to be pedantic but Hitler was appointed Chancellor.
He wasn't elected President.
Anyway ...


I know that, just saying, because you hold some sort of position of power, that doesn't make you respectable.

Actually maybe that is part of the problem, making them out to be something they are not.



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:54 PM
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Here is the question that no one seems to be able to answer:

If the public hates Obama, how did this man get elected in the first place? After all he would not have been able to get the electorial or the popular votes that he did, would not have been nominated in a major political party.

Her words are bull, and here is the analysis on such:

We do not hate Obama or the office of the President of the USA. What the general public is hating, the division, fraud, lies and incompetitence that Obama is doing while sitting as a president of the USA.



posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:54 PM
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And I have never said I hated Obama I just knew what he was up to.

Now all the chickens are coming home to roost,
har


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posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 12:56 PM
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"Many Americans" hate him because he's terrible at his job and should have been handed his pink slip awhile ago.


Who does Oprah think she is, speaking on behalf of "many Americans"?


Keep your days out of my week Oprah.



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