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Sadly there is so much proof that this Nation remains divided.

Racism is endemic in these divided states to the point where some feel as though they must "tolerate"
another's race. I do not believe there is a simple solution in solving racism within these divided states,
but a good start would be if we seriously looked into making equality normal and not something to
legislate or force on anyone. No one - including the government or schools - can teach tolerance when
the law does not treat every american equally.

Without a doubt, racism is a major sore for Obama’s Presidency, as the disrespect towards this
president is unlike any I have seen in my lifetime.  The contempt is rapid:
  • Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer was seen wagging her finger at Obama while on a Phoenix airport
    tarmac during his visit there.  (2012)
  • In 2010, Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner said first lady Michelle Obama "has a large
    posterior," a comment critics called racist and sexist.
  • During the summer 2010 Tea Party rallies, there was a plethora of derogatory and racially
    tinged signs.
  • In 2009, South Carolina Republican Rep. Joe Wilson yelled, "you lie" during the State of the
    Union address.
  • Within a day of the president taking office, Mitch McConnell stated that Republicans highest
    priority was making President Obama a one term president.

    We cannot teach our children to "tolerate" another and play nice, when our
    own government officials have shown they have lost their morals:
    June 2012, Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Mike Turzai said that a
    recent voter ID law passed in his state "would allow Governor Romney
    to win Pennsylvania."
    He included this statement in a list of his party's accomplishments, which
    critics of the legislation—including a Pennsylvania state senator—say
    unintentionally revealed the true intentions behind the law.  "Pro-Second
    Amendment?  The Castle Doctrine, it's done. First pro-life legislation
    -- abortion facility regulations - in 22 years, done. Voter ID, which is
    gonna allow Governor Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania,

Am I playing the race card?  It seems obvious to me what is going on:  They will do anything and
everything to
Block The Vote.  

The more President Obama accomplishes, the more opposition he receives from the Republican
Party.  I honesty believe he would have achieved more than what he already has had it not been for
the consistent buffeting.  From the very beginning of his Presidency, the Republicans said "their goal"
was to make him a "one-term President"; they win while the rest of the Nation suffers.  The more
President Obama accomplishes, the more opposition he receives from the Republican Party.

Thoughts?  Opinions?.
     Thankfully Racism No Longer Exists
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    Zion Harvey told a CNN affiliate "I just want to say this: Never give up on your dreams.  It
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    Zion underwent a 10-hour surgery to have two new hands attached.  He is the first child to
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    Pre-surgery video shows Zion strumming a mandolin, playing foosball, scrolling through an
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    As for the bullies who made fun of him, he frankly states "They don’t mean to say mean
    things to me, but it just slips out.  Somebody says something to me, and I just figure it
    slipped out and they didn’t mean to say it.  Everybody has their own way of thinking."
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  • Mail carrier, Ron Lynch helps young boy to get books to read.
    "He told me his wish is to have books to read," Lynch wrote in his Facebook post on July
    24.  "Please share and let's get him tons of reading material! Most kids his age wants
    electronics. It's great to see his desire, and you should have seen him beam when I said I
    could help."
    The rest of the story is here.

  • Some condescending folks in some of our Cities have pushed some of our government officials
    to make it illegal to be homeless.  Okay perhaps not illegal to be homeless but definitely illegal
    for a homeless person to be homeless in public.
    It was nice to hear there was a campaign to help the homeless.  Their needs seemed simple and
    no more costly then the other projects in the works.  They just simply wanted a Homeless Bill
    of Rights to include the following:
    1. The right to move freely and sleep in public spaces without discrimination
    2. The right to sleep in a parked vehicle
    3. The right to eat and exchange food in public
    4. The right to obtain legal counsel
    5. The right to access hygiene facilities 24/7
    6. The right to use the defense of necessity in any criminal prosecution.
    Sadly Colorado's HB 1264 did not pass.

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It is such a shame Obama cannot receive the respect he RIGHTFULLY deserves. Oh, God, please [continue] to bless these divided states.

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I give no one a pass.  I
do not care the color of
your skin or the position
you may have, you will
NEVER receive a pass or
any excuse for your
actions from me.  
NEVER!  Not now, not
Our united
states government
officials Will Pass On
The american People
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they should obey. No
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Derogatory Statements made by our Government Officials and others, regarding President
Barack Obama

  • Pat Buchanan responded to Al Sharpton's comment regarding tax cuts:  Buchanan said,
    “Please don’t throw me under the briar patch!”  The term Briar Patch, is a saying typically
    meant to indicate reverse psychology that happens to come from “Uncle Remus and Legends
    of the Old Plantation” fable that gave us the term “tar baby”.  (The terms “Br’er Rabbi” and
    "tar baby" seem to be more common now that Barack Obama is leading this Nation.) (2012)
  • Pat Buchannan refers to President Obama as "boy." (August 2011)
  • Representative Doug Lamborn (R-CO) said dealing with President Obama in the debt ceiling
    negotiations was "like touching a tar baby". (August 2011)
  • As Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews" reflected on Obama
    State of the Union address, he dropped the line, "I forgot he was black for an hour," while
    discussing the apparent lack of racial overtones during the speech.  Later, Matthews tried to
    clarify his comments on "The Rachel Maddow Show" by explaining that he was delighted to see
    race had no place in the State of the Union address after growing up in a country divided by
    race. "It wasn't even in the room tonight," he said. (January 2010)
  • Newt Gingrich has reported several times that Obama is pretending to be "normal" but actually
    seems to be engaged in "Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior". "Following a Kenyan, anti-colonial
    worldview."  Gingrich has also asked, "What if [Obama] is so outside our comprehension,
    that only if you understand Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior, can you begin to piece
    together [his actions]?"  Another quote from Gingrich about President Obama, "This is a
    person who is fundamentally out of touch with how the world works, who happened to
    have played a wonderful con, as a result of which he is now president."  He goes on to
    say, "I think he worked very hard at being a person who is normal, reasonable,
    moderate, bipartisan, transparent, accommodating -- none of which was true," Gingrich
    continues. "In the Alinksy tradition, he was being the person he needed to be in order to
    achieve the position he needed to achieve . . . He was authentically dishonest."
  • During the healthcare reform debates, the Tea Party and Republicans accused the President
    Obama of "stealing white Americans’ money to pay for his homies health insurance."
  • When President Obama instructed the DEA to back off medical marijuana users, the chatter
    was that he was repaying the “bros in the ghetto for their votes”.
  • One of several high-profile politicians to merit a mention in the controversial book "Game
    Change," Harry Reid, a Democrat and longtime Obama ally, was cited in the book for
    describing the president before his election as a "'light-skinned' African American, 'with no
    Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.'"  (January 2010)
  • Mike Parry, then a GOP Senate candidate, was found to have scrubbed several tweets from his
    Twitter account, including one that described Obama as a "power hungry arrogant black
    man."  Neither Parry nor his campaign manager returned calls or e-mail seeking comment, but
    later said, "My opinion is that our president is arrogant and angry. The fact is that he is a
    black man." (January 2010)
  • Former President Bill Clinton was one of many politicians called out in Mark Halperin and John
    Heilemann's new book "Game Change." In the book, they said Clinton caught flak from
    Obama's campaign for reportedly telling the late Senator Ted Kennedy of Obama, "A few
    years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee."
  • During the presidential campaign, former president Bill Clinton also called Obama's run for the
    White House as "the biggest fairy tale I've ever seen." (2008)
  • Settling down to watch the annual showing of "A Charlie Brown Christmas," Mayor Russ
    Wiseman (Arlington, Tenn.) was irked to find the Christmas favorite had been pre-empted by
    Obama's speech announcing efforts to send more troops to Afghanistan. He took to Facebook,
    lashing out at Obama for being a "Muslim president."  "Try to convince me that wasn't done
    on purpose," Wiseman posted, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal.  "Ask the man
    if he believes that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and he will give you a 10 minute
    dissertation (sic) about it .w.hen the answer should simply be 'yes.'"  (December 2009)
  • U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, (R-Kan.) congresswoman raised eyebrows when she told a public
    forum "Republicans are struggling right now to find the great white hope." (August 2009)
  • Dr. David McKalip, a Florida neurosurgeon and healthcare reform opponent sent out an e-mail
    containing an image of Obama as an African witch doctor, dressed in a loin cloth and with a
    bone through his nose. Underneath the picture were the words "Obama Care: Coming Soon
    to a Clinic Near You." (July 2009)
  • Glenn Beck, former host of "Fox and Friends" said the president was racist.  While discussing
    the arrest of Black Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr., Beck said Obama had repeatedly
    shown that he is "a guy who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white
    culture. I don't know what it is."  When it was noted that Obama's administration was largely
    white, Beck continued, "I'm not saying he doesn't like white people, I'm saying he has a
    problem. This guy is, I believe, a racist."  (July 2009)
  • The Merced Sun-Star newspaper revealed that Atwater, California Councilman Gary Frago
    sent several racist e-mails, including a comparison between Barack Obama and O.J. Simpson
    and a crack about Michelle Obama posing in National Geographic. (July 2009)
  • Rusty DePass, the longtime South Carolina GOP activist responded to a Facebook post about
    an escaped gorilla at the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia when he wrote, "I'm sure it's just one of
    Michelle's ancestors – probably harmless."  He later confirmed that he was referring to First
    Lady Michelle Obama. "I am as sorry as I can be if I offended anyone," he said. "The
    comment was clearly in jest." (June 2009)
  • Tennessee State GOP Staffer Sherri Goforth, the legislative aid for Republican State Senator
    Diane Black was reprimanded for forwarding an e-mail image showing all the presidential
    portraits, with Barack Obama appearing only as a set of white eyes on a black background. She
    later told the online publication that she only felt bad about sending it
    to the wrong list of people. (June 2009)
  • Marilyn Davenport, an elected official in the Republican Party of Orange County, California,
    circulated an email depicting Obama and his parents as chimps, she initially defended the image
    as "political satire." (2009)
  • GOP activist Mike Green, the South Carolina businessman, whose communications company
    worked on the gubernatorial campaign of U.S. Rep. J. Gresham Barrett, was caught by the
    Indigo Journal tweeting, "I just heard Obama was going to impose a 40% tax on aspirin
    because it's white and it works."  (June 2009)
  • Rush Limbaugh, the conservative radio host has been cited for a series of remarks that liberal
    Media Matters for America has concluded are racially charged statements. Among them, are
    Limbaugh saying in June Obama that was "behaving like an African colonial despot" and
    calling Obama an "angry black guy" a month later.  Early on in Obama's White House bid,
    Limbaugh was flamed for playing "Barack, the Magic Negro" to the tune of "Puff the Magic
    Dragon" on his show. (June 2009)
  • Texas GOP Leader Diann Jones and vice president of the Collin County Republican Party in
    Texas, forwarded an e-mail to area Republican clubs calling a state-sponsored firearm tax
    "another terrific idea from the black house and its minions."  (May 2009)
  • Sean Delonas, the cartoonist caused a firestorm after his cartoon appeared in the New York
    Post depicting two police officers, one with a smoking gun, standing over a dead chimpanzee
    with the words, "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill."  The
    cartoonist was inspired by the mauling of a Connecticut woman by a pet chimp which was shot
    and killed by police officers. (February 2009)
  • Buck Burnette, the Texas Longhorn lineman was booted from the university's football team
    after posting as his Facebook status, as quoted by NCAA Football Fanhouse, "all the hunters
    gather up, we have a #$%&er in the whitehouse." (November 2008)
  • Chaffey Community Republican Women, Federated, a California women's GOP group, put out
    a newsletter with an image of "Obama Bucks" – food stamps with Obama's head on a donkey
    surrounded by fried chicken, watermelon and ribs. (October 2008)
  • Former Florida GOP Leader and former chairman of the Hillsborough County Republican
    Party, David Storck forwarded an e-mai written by GOP volunteer Ron Whitley that said, "I
    see carloads of black Obama supporters coming from the inner city to cast their votes for
    Obama. This is their chance to get a black president and they seem to care little that he is
    at minimum, socialist, and probably Marxist in his core beliefs. After all, he is black — no
    experience or accomplishments — but he is black." (October 2008)
  • Virginia GOP Leader Bobby May, then treasurer of the Buchanan County Republican Party,
    wrote a column for the Virginia Voice shortly before Obama's election questioning whether
    Obama would change the American flag to include the Islamic symbol or divert more aid to
    Africa so "the Obama family there can skim enough to allow them to free their goats and
    live the American Dream."  (October 2008)
  • As Obama's presidential bid heated up in April 2008, U.S. Rep. Geoff Davis (R-Kentucky) said,
    "That boy's finger does not need to be on the button,".  Aaccording to a blog in the
    Lexington Herald-Leader, he was referring to the country's nuclear arsenal.  (April 2008)
  • The one-time Democratic vice presidential candidate, Geraldine Ferraro made headlines while
    working on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's presidential bid for saying Obama's candidacy
    would not have been so successful if he were not Black.  "If Obama was a white man, he
    would not be in this position," Ferraro told reporters.  She left the Clinton campaign shortly
    after. (March 2008)
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For so many years, I
had prayed for
patience, but as time
went on and there were
changes to make record
of and I began to pray
for peace.  The peace
came gradually, yet
quickly and I am
forever grateful to Him
and will always be
mindful of where my
entire blessing comes.  
With this newfound
peace, many will
presume that cynicism
followed.  In contrast, I
know better. I often
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Poor Obama I always
saw him as an
intelligent man that
could see the forest
before the trees. But…
hmmm.  I feel
differently.  He’s not
as smart as I thought
he was.  When the Dems
first began pushing
healthcare reform, I kept
watching the opponents
and I could not help but
to think that they are a
bunch of dumb protesters.
Now do not get me
wrong, I could have
Nothing is what it
I cannot imagine
nothing could cause the
To go down on 9/11.
I thank God in heaven
It wasn't me or my
loved ones there -
To face such trauma…
To watch a plane fly so
freely in the air
Into a building;
So many blamed the
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On my dining table is a
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contains a little purple
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Trayvon Martin was
killed or murdered.  I
know some of my Black
brothers and sisters felt
that they already knew
Zimmerman murdered
Martin, but I wanted to
know the facts or at
least learn some of the
particulars before taking
a side.  Although the
jury of six women will
decide this case, I
wanted to know the
facts and felt a need to
decide for myself if
Zimmerman was
innocent or guilty.  As I
said, I did not know, but
now I at least have some
of the facts about what
happened that night,
Sunday, February 26,
As for The People not
supporting their own
rights by voting, I
need to kill off a few of
these people inside my
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In regards to the murder
of Trayvon Martin,
President Obama said
that he did not stop
experiencing racism until
he became a senator; well
known.  Obama said,
Trayvon Martin
could've been me, 35
years ago."
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remains with our
support for President
Barack Obama.  Of
course, we will not always
agree with him, but he was
the better choice for The
We are grateful for four
more years for our 44th!
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Jamberry Nails strongly supports President Barack Obama!

Of course, we do not support President Obama because he is Black; not all of us are Black.  
Nevertheless, we strongly support him because the majority of the plans he has in mind and has
implemented for this Country correspond with what we want for our families and ourselves.

Although we do not and cannot agree with everything he has implemented, we wholeheartedly feel as
though he is the best person for one of the worst jobs.

Although President Obama does not have the support he needed in the Senate and never had in
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We are fully aware of the flaws in the Democrat Party but as of now, we are throwing our full support
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President Barack Obama!
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