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AN OBAMA PRESIDENCY WILL TAKE US BACK 100 YEARS

483 weeks ago

I mentioned befor that an Obama presidency would be a disaster for the US and that it would be a 100% pro black government. Not that there's anything wrong with being pro black, as long as you're pro white, yellow, mulatto and any other human skin color. I specifically pointed to Obama's wife and some of her comments. This is from one of my editorials: " She's exactly the kind of person we don't want in the White House or in any position of power in this country. Watch her speak, listen to her words, and you will see a black woman that hates the whites and feels the blacks should rule and get their "justice". She's Louis Farrakhan in a dress and she could become the most powerful woman in the world. Then came her now infamous comment that, "For the first time I'm proud to be an American." The woman went to Harvard and Princeton, makes a million dollars a year because in this country anyone can do it if they want to, and for the first time, this woman who could become the most powerful women in the country, "is proud to be an American?"

Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., Obamas pastor for 20 years and supposedly a good friend of Obamas, stated on several occasions, "Not God Bless American, God Damn America." He is about as anti-white as a person can be and Obama knows this but continues to go to his church and listen to his racist sermons.

Obamas has now attempted to distance himself from the Reverend that has baptized Obamas children and has dined many times at the Obamas home. Obamas reasoning is that Rev. Wright was from a family of slaves and still has memories of that. That's an excuse for hating whites? Then the Japanese should hate Americans, Americans should hate the Japanese, Indians should hate whites, northerners should hate southerners, the world should hate Germans and on and on. And how about the Jews that's were persecuted and murdered by the tens of thousands by the Germans? Should all the Jews hate all the Germans? Throughout time, races and religions have had conflicts with each other for various reasons, but most all of them have made amends and live peacefully together today. If they didn't, this world would not exist. There is no room nor any reason for any hate or prejudices to exist anywhere. We should never forget, but we do need to get beyond the past atrocities and errors in our ways, which I believe includes slavery in the US or anywhere else. God gave us our colors and races and we all need to respect each other.

But Obamas reasoning for Rev. Wright hating whites is that the Rev. Wright remembers the slavery, 100 years ago, and still holds that against all whites? And Obama considers this man a good friend and doesn't disagree with the Reverend? What kind of presidency would we have under Obama? Think about it. Should we hate every Arab, every Russian, every Japanese person, etc. because of what happened years ago? Is that what our new government would be under Obama. Holding grudges.

Wake up America, we're going backwards if we elect this man. I'd take Hillary over Obama at this point. Hell, I'd take Ralph Nader over Obama and I hope every American feels the same. If not, we're going back to civil war and chaos right here in America.

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There is no...........
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482 weeks ago

There is no place for Racism in this World. The poison of this disease name Racism needs to be root out out of this planet.


There is no...........
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482 weeks ago

By the way, i am black and i believe that we need a antidote for this poison.


PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES ARE RELATED¡
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482 weeks ago

Obama related to Pitt, Clinton to Jolie

3-25-2008
By DENISE LAVOIE, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 52 minutes ago

This could make for one odd family reunion: Barack Obama is a distant cousin of actor Brad Pitt, and Hillary Rodham Clinton is related to Pitt's girlfriend, Angelina Jolie.
Researchers at the New England Historic Genealogical Society found some remarkable family connections for the three presidential candidates — Democratic rivals Obama and Clinton, and Republican John McCain.
Clinton, who is of French-Canadian descent on her mother's side, is also a distant cousin of singers Madonna, Celine Dion and Alanis Morissette. Obama, the son of a white woman from Kansas and a black man from Kenya, can call six U.S. presidents, including George W. Bush, his cousins. McCain is a sixth cousin of first lady Laura Bush.
Genealogist Christopher Child said that while the candidates often focus on pointing out differences between them, their ancestry shows they are more alike than they think.
"It shows that lots of different people can be related, people you wouldn't necessarily expect," Child said.
Obama has a prolific presidential lineage that features Democrats and Republicans. His distant cousins include President George W. Bush and his father, George H.W. Bush, Gerald Ford, Lyndon Johnson, Harry S. Truman and James Madison. Other Obama cousins include Vice President Dick Cheney, British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill and Civil War General Robert E. Lee.
"His kinships are across the political spectrum," Child said.
Child has spent the last three years tracing the candidates' genealogy, along with senior research scholar Gary Boyd Roberts, author of the 1989 book, "Ancestors of American Presidents."
Clinton's distant cousins include beatnik author Jack Kerouac and Camilla Parker-Bowles, wife of Prince Charles of England.
McCain's ancestry was more difficult to trace because records on his relatives were not as complete as records for the families of Obama and Clinton, Child said.
Obama and President Bush are 10th cousins, once removed, linked by Samuel Hinkley of Cape Cod, who died in 1662.
Pitt and Obama are ninth cousins, linked by Edwin Hickman, who died in Virginia in 1769.
Clinton and Jolie are ninth cousins, twice removed, both related to Jean Cusson who died in St. Sulpice, Quebec, in 1718.
The New England Historic Genealogical Society, founded in 1845, is the oldest and largest nonprofit genealogical organization in the country.


Cheney and Obama are distant cousins: Mrs. Cheney

Tue Oct 16, 6:01 PM ET

U.S. Senator Barack Obama (L) (D-IL) re-enacts being sworn-in by U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (R) on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 4, 2005. With him are his wife Michelle and their two daughters Malia (L) and Sasha. Obama, 43, is the only African-American in the Senate, and the fifth in its history. Cheney and Obama are distant cousins. according to the vice president's wife, Lynne Cheney, who said she discovered that her husband of 43 years is eighth cousins with the senator from Illinois. REUTERS/Jason Reed
U.S. Senator Barack Obama (L) (D-IL) re-enacts being sworn-in by
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (R) on Capitol Hill in Washington,
January 4, 2005. With him are his wife Michelle and their two daughters
Malia (L) and Sasha. Obama, 43, is the only African-American in the
Senate, and the fifth in its history. Cheney and Obama are distant cousins.
according to the vice president's wife, Lynne Cheney, who said she discovered
that her husband of 43 years is eighth cousins with the senator from Illinois.
(Jason Reed/Reuters)

There's no sign of a family reunion planned, but U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama are distant cousins.
So says the vice president's wife, Lynne Cheney, who said she discovered that her husband of 43 years is eighth cousins with the senator from Illinois.
The two men could hardly be more different. Cheney is an advocate for pursuing the war in Iraq to try to stabilize the country, while Obama wants to get U.S. troops out of Iraq.
Mrs. Cheney told MSNBC on Tuesday that it was "an amazing American story that one ancestor ... could be responsible down the family line for lives that have taken such different and varied paths."
The common ancestor was Mareen Devall, who the Chicago Sun-Times said was a 17th century immigrant from France.
Mrs. Cheney said she discovered the link through family research for her new book, "Blue Skies, No Fences," about growing up in Wyoming.


Arnold Schwarzenegger (California Governor) is Married to John F. Kennedy's Niece (Maria Shriver)

Maria Shriver was the Most Valuable Player in Her Husband's Campaign. Maria Shriver may have won the California recall election for her husband. At the very least, she was the crucial difference, time and again. In his victory speech Tuesday night, Arnold Schwarzenegger acknowledged the valuable role his wife played in his campaign."I want to thank her for the love and strength she has given me," he said to the crowd, then added in an aside to his wife: "And I know how many votes I got today because of you." From the very beginning of the campaign, with serious accusations about Schwarzenegger's personal behavior bubbling, it was Shriver — a journalist who during the campaign took a leave of absence from her job with NBC — who laid out publicly the way she wanted her husband to be judged. "I think it takes great courage to stand up and say, 'I apologize if I've offended anybody, I tried to work respectfully with women, and if I've done anything I apologize.' That's what we try to teach our children," she told reporters in the final week of the campaign. Political and Media Savvy Shriver had all the assets a Republican candidate could wish for in a Democratic state. Her mother was President John F. Kennedy's sister. Shriver is a very prominent member of today's Kennedy generation. She is a glamorous television personality in a political campaign that ran against the media."You can listen to all of the negativity and listen to people who have never met Arnold or met him five seconds 30 years ago," she told a women's group in a speech. "Or you can listen to me." On the Schwarzenegger campaign bus last week, when her husband was being accused of serial sexual harassment, she vouched for him to crowd after crowd. Time and again, Shriver was the one who encouraged the crowd to think of something else. And who knows a sound bite better than someone who listens for them in her profession? "There's no doubt in my mind that Arnold is a supporter of the working people," she said. "He's worked his whole life." Facing Down Harassment Allegations Candidates' wives are always influential in their husbands' success. But Shriver was a wife with more glamour than most, in a race where Schwarzenegger's fame made political rallies seem like movie premieres. And when the going got really rough for Schwarzenegger, it was Shriver who gave the notion of "stand by your man" a whole new meaning. "I am my own woman," she said during an interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show. "I have not been bred to look the other way." Before her husband entered California's gubernatorial recall race, Shriver was opposed to his running. Today, a woman whose identity has been that of Kennedy, journalist, mother and wife has turned out to be an effective politician herself.

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