Monday, December 24, 2007

Vote Me Up a President - Part ҢҜў

I made up my mind, a long time ago, that I would never vote for Barry Obama because of the book that he wrote about his non-existant father, instead of writing a book about his ALWAYS THERE MOTHER. He basically took a dump on her WHITE SELF and her WHITE family that raised him by writing this book. You can pretty much judge someone by the way that they treat their mother and Barry kicked his ma in the nads with the publication of the book. He did come back and write an introduction to later editions, because he realized that, but for me, it was too little, too late, you punk. 'Nuff said. Oh, and the fact that he is a screaming racist and a devout socialist. But, the mama thing, man. My original post on Barry, HERE. Read this, dammit, click the damn link, damn, damn, damn.

Anyhoo, gnutcase sends THIS article in from the Des Moines Register.

It seems that Mildred Otis is not going to vote for Barry to SAVE HIS LIFE. Mrs. Otis is an eighty-seven year old Black woman that remembers that someone killed Dr. King and she wants to keep that from happening to Barry. She goes on to say that, "I think there's a lot of people not ready for an African-American to be a president." Gianormously bad grammar aside, she is an idiot. See the contraction in her statement?

Mrs. Otis, an African-American CANNOT run for President. One of the requirements for a candidate is that they have to have been BORN in the United States, so Teresa Kerry, a real African-American, cannot run, nor can anyone else that is from any other country on the face of the Earth. Now, I know that what she meant was that there were some people that are not ready for a BLACK President and she can add her name to that list. Oh, again, remember, words have a particular meaning and no one knows what you mean by "African-American" unless you are talking about being a Black racist. You do not mean someone with African genetics, because they do not exist, you mean BLACK. If you really want to get to the nut-cutting of this debate, you should know that "African-American" is a bullshit term thought up by stupid bullshit racist people. Go HERE. Scientists state that there are virtually NO DISCERNABLE differences in the races, well except for that color thing, you damn bigots.

Now, let's move on to the meat of this post. To equate Barry Obama with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is an insult to everything that Dr. King stood for and accomplished. Granted, I did not know Dr. King, our agents couldn't set the meeting up, we were both too busy to have a sitdown, that and the fact that I was 3 years old when he was murdered, but I have to make some assumptions about his constitution from his own words. Let's quote him here from his most well-known speech.

"I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal'.......I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."

I venture to say that Dr. King's message has died a slow, agonizing death in this country and certainly in Barry Obama's camp. You see, Barry, by his own admission and writings, has always been a Black Supremacist, despite his being half-White.

Now, back to Mrs. Otis. She is a racist. Argue that point all you want, but do it silently, please. When someone makes decisions based on someone else's race, that means that they are bigoted, prejudicial, and racist. Sorry, we don't play the race thing here at all at this open-minded little blog.

As far as Barry's candidacy is concerned, if someone does or doesn't vote for him because of race, they are morons and their contribution to society at large is limited by their bigotry. Same goes for Romney's Mormonism, Clinton's womanhood, Paul's and Kucinich's stupidity, or Richardson's Hispanicness. I have no idea how to express whatever that is that Richardson is, by the way. What I mean is that he is the spawn of Wetbacks.

The fact remains that IF you are looking for a candidate for which to vote because they are Black, I would suggest Cynthia McKinney or Elaine Brown, because their Blackenhood cannot be questioned. They are militant Blacks. You know, the violent kind that the very vocal and bigoted "African-American" population wants. Man, "those" people are stupid. Please remember, some of my best friends are Black©.

Now, can us (we, whatever) thinking folks agree that racism needs to go the way of the Climate Change conversation?

Note: This part of Vote Me Up a President has the Hebrew characters to acknowledge Obama's Half-Muslim genetic abnormalities. (Yes, they kinda turned out funny in HTML.) Just saying. What? Hebrew is the Jewish language? I DID NOT know that.

Note 2: All of my research has said that Dr. King was "assassinated." I never really understood why there would be a difference between "assassinated" and "murdered", but the dictionary says that "assassinated" is the murder of an important political figure for political reasons. I mean no disrespect at all to Dr. King by using the word "murdered." But, I think that I will never use the word "assassinated" ever again. And I think that Dr. King would think that same as I do, just judging by his words and actions.

UPDATE: Now, I am just adding salt to the wound. Our good friend, Herb, sent THIS link in on how he was discriminated against in a school production dealing with Dr. King. And this was right after Dr. King was killed! Maybe Dr. King's ideals did not die such a slow death after all, but what the Hell do I know?

Herb, I certainly hope that you don't receive any hate-mail because of this update. And, NO, Herb is not really Garth Brooks. Damn, I wish that I could pull off the "hat thing" that Herb is able to make look normal. My heroes have always been cowboys and they still are, it seems.

1 comments:

Herb said...

People of any color can be racist and people who won't admit that are just plain ignorant. It's interesting you would mention that part of Dr. King's speech because I told an anecdotal story from my life that involved it in an entry in 2005 called On Racism.

I don't plan to vote for Barry or any other Democrat, but the Republicans aren't doing a whole lot better, imho.

Anyway, Merry Christmas!

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