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By Debbie Schlussel

 A couple of videos that reflect what you can get away with if you are a member of liberal Hollywood and the media. If you listen closely, lesbian druggie movie star Lindsay Lohan is really excited over our “first colored President.” I hear she picked that lingo up at the White’s only lunch counter at Kresge’s. Oh, and part of the reason you can’t hear it that well is that it appears that “Access Hollywood” tried to edit that, um, racist reference out, but she talks so quickly they couldn’t quite scrub it completely:

 

Then, there’s CNN’s Rick Sanchez who “welcomes you Black to CNN”: Now, remember, if Ann Coulter or Rush Limbaugh had said either of these things, it would be off with their heads.

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Hi everyone!
 
It would appear at 10.m. Eastern Standard Time in  the U.S. that we have the ass clown Obama as the new president. 
 
Obama had put enough pixie dust on a majority of American zombies to vote him in as the president. 
 
The hatred for Bush was too much for McCain to overcome.  Hell! If the Democrats had put Osama bin Laden as their candidate, according to the polling trends we are seeing tonight, they would have still won.
 
So, we here in the US have to put up with this  clown for the next 4 years.
 
Anyway, there is a bright side to it:  Lord Obama the Messiah would soon have the US economy booming, ceasefire will be called on all war fronts around the world, the Arabs and the Jews will kiss and make up, Iran will channel their nuclear reactors purely for power generation, he will find a cure for cancer and aids, and Americans will be loved by the rest of the world, and the streets of America will be flowing with milk and honey…. 
 
tobin

Ft.Lauderdale

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I am an independent thinker and will vote for the best candidate regardless of their party affiliation, race, color or gender. In all sincerity May The Best Man Win!

I have compared Barack Obama’s experience with that of John McCain’s, their policies, their stand on issues and have decided to support McCain/Palin ticket.

I am insulted at being called a racist for this decision. I have great respect for Barack as a person on a surface level. When I dig deeper into his character, the unanswered questions about his “shady” associations and his flip flopping views, it diminishes the confidence that he will be the best candidate. It is also troubling that after all this time his wife, Michelle just became patriotic. I would be very happy to have a Black President in my lifetime; however, I want a black president with more experience, more patriotism and very much less character drawbacks than Obama.

The question is, “When did facts and genuine fear become considered racist ignorance?” Fear is not ignorance when it is based on facts. Let me ask another question, “Would you jump out of an airplane with no parachute at 10,00.00 feet to prove you are not fearful and not ignorant?” It is not ignorant racists when we look at the two candidates’ records and character and decide to vote for John McCain. He (McCain) is not an ignorant racist when he finds flaws in the opposing candidate who just happens to be black, even though the liberal elitists will have you think that.

It is not shameful to say that I am fearful of an Obama Presidency. I fear because he lacks tested experiences. On the economy, I fear that he will put this country into a downward spiral that is impossible to get out of. I fear that his lack of experience on the world stage and his eagerness to apologize to the world for an imperfect America (his speech in Germany a few months back) will greatly undermine the s of this great country of ours. I fear that his lack of judgement when it comes to picking friends and advisers in the past would mean that under his presidency I have to wonder when I wake up everyday if I still have my American FREEDOMS.

It is my hope that the people of America vote with integrity in this presidential election. It is my hope that as a wise nation, we don’t pick black, young,cool.different and vague change over our underlying American principles of strength, experience and character, which have kept this great country of ours together for hundreds of years

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