Already the Pro-Obama camp is working to instill guilt into the hearts of those that oppose their candidate. Won't work with me and I'm certain that most voters going to the polls in November won't be fooled by it either.
Andrew Greely wrote in "A Fall election hinges on race"
And surely some of the explicit chatter during the campaign was racist, especially the obsession with the various clergy who mounted the pulpit of his church. By what stretch of sick logic could the candidate be responsible for what his clergy said and did?
The point is that racism permeates American society and hides itself under many different disguises. The nomination of an African-American candidate was a near-miracle. Only the innocent and the naive think that the November election will not be about race.
For one thing the church Barack Hussein Obama attended was and is racist. That is a fact and most blacks (as well as whites) that haven't had their minds twisted by their racist rhetoric will say so also. He could have gone down the street and found a church that preached the love of God instead of the hate of whitey. - Barak is not responsible for what his clergy said and did but he is responsible for sitting through it.
The excuses he has given while throwing his uncle pastor under the bus are weak at best.
The coming election will be about race in Andrew Greely's mind and also in the minds of people like him. These reverse racists think that they are the righteous ones because they "say" they see beyond the color of ones skin and ignore all flaws in the person. Who was it that said, "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've judged the character of Obama and see a politician who lies. No different from Bill and Hillary. I look at Obama and I see a man who wants to drive our nation deeper into socialism. No different from Bill and Hillary. I look at Obama and I see a man who is not qualified and is lacking in judgment and common sense. At least Bill and Hillary have some of both.
No Mr. Greely I will not be voting for Obama. Call me a racist if you will but unreasoned hatred is not one of the reasons. I do not hate Barak nor does the majority of voters on the right. The man doesn't know what he has signed up for, totally lacks experience and the direction he wants to take the country is far from what the founding fathers had in mind for this great and wonderful land.
It has nothing to do with the color of his skin!
P.S. to Mr. Greely. When I had the chance I voted for Alan Keyes and not because he happens to be black. Did you?
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