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  1. jaxvid

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    I was flipping through the channels and stumbled upon the convention and a tribute to Ted Kennedy. Very fawning coverage. Nothing illustrates in stark manner how out of step I am with the ruling paradigm then Ted Kennedy. I really hate that SOB, and the fact that he is so "beloved" just drives me nuts. They said there was people weeping after his speech. I feel like weeping too!
     
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    Now they're talking about a plot to asassinate Obama that was broken up. More to come. (much more-I'm sure).
     
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    Did you see the pre-convention coverage on CSpan? It looked like a Saturday night party in urban detroit. I imagine the Dems are hoping that very few Americans tuned in to that display. That's the kind of 'aura' that only serves to remind people that this is still a group of ghetto thugs who are hoping to seize control over the country (and everyone's money).
     
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    I overhead some white county workers talking about the inmates at one of the correctional facilities. They kept referring to them as "Democrats". Took me a minute to realize it was their code for "blacks." Or maybe criminals!
     
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    From what I hear it was just a bunch of meth heads cooking up a lame plot. No big deal. Never had a chance.
     
  7. Colonel_Reb

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    Democrats is also a code word for blacks back home in the Deep South, and has been for some time.
     
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    I probably would have felt physically ill if I watched it.
     
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    Yeah, it's pretty much unwatchable, nothing more than an endlesswell-scripted propaganda infomercial, same as the Republican convention will be. Every third sentence in the speeches, no matter how bland and poorly delivered, is cheered like a 60 yard touchdown has just been scored. Party conventions used to be contentious, now everything has been decided well ahead of time, there will be no dissension allowed, very fitting for the era in which we're living.


    It's sadly comical listening to the party pols still pretending that there's huge differences between the two wings of the perpetual one-party system in this country. Fewer Americans seem to buy it these days, but the system is perfected and closed. . . what can you do?Edited by: Don Wassall
     
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    Yeah, that about sums it up. I have plenty of contempt for the Republicans who have been hijacked by a foreign power, but the Democrats are even more pathetic. Howard Dean said the Pubbies are "The white people's party."How I wish it were true!


    But still, I think if we had a major meltdown and chaoserupted in the streets, more white Republicans would be inclined to fight for their own than the Democrats, which is the party of homos, feminists, pinkos, greenies, blacks, browns, tans, yellows, reds, and you know who else.
     
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    It's almost kind of sad to see the American public tricked into believing that the two parties are "so" different from one another. They just buy right into the notion that the two have to be different. After all they talk smack about each other all the time and take "different" positions on seemingly all the issues. The truth is if you look deep into the parties you'll see that for the most part they're the same one power. Sure from time to time you have the true different politicians on each side such as Dennis Kucinich for the Dems and Sam Brownback for conservatives. All in all its all a sham but the media won't tell you that you have to find out for yourself. However, Americans are too busy watching Dancing With the Stars, listening KissFM, and taking their wallet out at the mall for another Sabbaro's sub. [​IMG]
     
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    Television is an unbelievably powerful medium with which to mold emotions and opinions -- for those who never think critically or question what's presented to them, which unfortunately is the large majority of Americans. I don't think they're necessarily stupid, but they seem to be hopelessly "programmed" or trained to see and believe only what the system wants them to see and believe. Anything else either doesn't sink in or is angrily rejected,and even if the light bulb goes on in their heads for a few seconds it's quickly forgotten. It really is a discouraging situation.
     
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    Not that I like McCain, but it disgusts me to no end to see the trendiest, least educated (read: stupid wannabes and followers) follow Obama like Lemmings as though to question him would make the cynic some kind of a moron or Satanist.
     
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    What bothers me the most is to see young white people so thrilled about what is going on there.

    They are positively excited by the prospect of a politician who hates them. All of Obama's policies are designed to bulldoze, to steamroll young white Americans.
     
  15. Electric Slide

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    Nevada, I absolutely agree. If, God-forbid, Obama is elected, blacks will be laughing in our face. They have for months already proclaimed him to win the presidency. They were ghetto Obama shirts, watches, hats, etc. Shirts with Obama and MLK, etc. They think he is the 2nd coming of Christ, because many go to anti-white churches like Obama did with Jeramiah Wright. Ghetto blacks scream and chase down whites who drive through with McCain stickers or shirts, and call them racist crackers, pasty-skin MF'ers, etc. That's why it bothers me when normal looking young white people even consider Barack Hussein Obama.

    Like others have echoed, I think this is a very symbolic election. If, God-forbid, Obama is elected, our society will be a tanking ship. More rap music in our face, more ghetto thugs being elevated in society, more black history and lies in schools and entertainment. Most of all, it will send the message "White people cannot even elect a white president anymore," playing to the increasingly perceived weakness of whites in society.

    There will be many more demoralizing articles written about whites, as opposed to angry ones, which I see as a new trend. I can see an article regarding "racism" in sports: "There's even a site called Castefootball.com, which still refuses to acknowledge that blacks are superior athletes, by even agreeing that whites make up nearly none of the star positions in the NFL. Despite there being a handful of occasional posters, one of the only regular contributers is named Col. Reb, in homage of the fading support there once used to be for the Southern cause."

    This is the kind of BS you will see shoved into our faces, thinks that try to make us feel sorry for ourselves.
     
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    I agree E.Slide. This election is a race election, and tho I do not like McCain and have often voted third party in the past, I am voting for him this time.
     
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    I am disappointed. I expected Hillary Clinton to declare that BHO is a loser and then ask for the deligates for their support. Upon hearing this, Hillary's supporters take out hidden weapons and beat up BHO's supporters. After they all died or were driven out, Hillary asks for an open vote, where naturally she is nominated.

    I would have voted for her. You had a chance, Hill, but you blew it.
     
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    Yeah, it may happen, but I will fight it tooth and nail. Good post Electric Slide.
     
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    Blacks around here are getting more Mau-Mau everyday. It will get worse after he is elected.
     

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