Posted on: March 14, 2008 11:27 am

Obama's preachin man

Jeremiah Wright has officially set the African American race back 200 years. Wright goes on and on about how bad we are run by rich white Americans and how bad we are to our black friends? If Bill Gates and his entourage were running America, I could see it. But it's not! Name me 5 reasons as to how we are bad to the black community? The one's selling pot, they're not the government's fault. THEY CHOSE to sell pot because their parents probably didn't tell them that pot and such is bad and illegal! No, Mr. Wright, I've never been called the N word. But, how come your brothers of the same race can use the word to call each other that?! If you want to d@mn America, well then go ahead. It's your right, but don't tell me how terrible we are when you are living here!  

Even though you were a pastor, you have given the ones the preach the word of God a bad name, even though 90% of them are not that bad at all.

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Posted on: February 13, 2008 10:28 pm
Edited on: February 13, 2008 10:30 pm

Mr. Obama

1.) What makes you, sir, a qualified President. You have only been a senator for 3 years! What major issues, have you seen to give the American people hope that you will make the right decision, in time of a major crisis, IF you become presiden?

2.) Has it not occurred to you that other Democrats, such as Jimmy Carter, pulled the change card out and it failed miserably? How I see it, your views are not as far off as Carter's views were.

3.) If the Democrats are for the middle class, then why are you and Hillary Clinton planning on raising taxes on the MIDDLE CLASS for this Medicare Bullcrap?

4.) Are you going to shut down the borders or not?

5.) What are your reactions going to be if/when we get attacked again? What steps are you going to take to prevent another 9-11?

6.) Are you, unlike Bill Clinton, going to make a serious attempt to finish off Osama Bin Laden? Or are you going to sit on your butt waiting for him to die of MRSA?

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