The Greatest Danger from Obama

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Last Thursday I had lunch with three other grouchy White curmudgeons at an Irish pub in one of the East Coast's mostly-White enclaves within an all-Negro city. We all had a pint and some Lamb Stew to sort of assuage the pain we quietly admitted to ourselves. America sukks, and we're headed to Socialist Dark government.

Then there was the event. After we left the restaurant, two blocks down the road I was approached by two Africans, mel and femell, wearing a "Dollars for Democrats" sign and seeking a handout. One got right in my face and announced, "Donate!" I said, "No thank you" and I didn't smile. The femell of the two (at least it looked like a woman), burbled, "What is you, a Publican?"

I admit that I merely turned away and left them behind, although I was THINKING of a whole bunch of other things to tell her. Let's just say that it added to my already lost-patience with the People-of-Culla parasites that stink up America. Obama sukks. America sukks.
 

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Realgeorge said:
Last Thursday I had lunch with three other grouchy White curmudgeons at an Irish pub in one of the East Coast's mostly-White enclaves within an all-Negro city. We all had a pint and some Lamb Stew to sort of assuage the pain we quietly admitted to ourselves. America sukks, and we're headed to Socialist Dark government.

Then there was the event. After we left the restaurant, two blocks down the road I was approached by two Africans, mel and femell, wearing a "Dollars for Democrats" sign and seeking a handout. One got right in my face and announced, "Donate!" I said, "No thank you" and I didn't smile. The femell of the two (at least it looked like a woman), burbled, "What is you, a Publican?"

I admit that I merely turned away and left them behind, although I was THINKING of a whole bunch of other things to tell her. Let's just say that it added to my already lost-patience with the People-of-Culla parasites that stink up America. Obama sukks. America sukks.

Why didn't you "share the wealth" realgeorge? Biden said it's the patriotic thing to do and Obama said yesterday that your type is "selfish".
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Both are equally Socialists/Marxist as evidence by every single policy they both have in common which is all of their policies. How can anyone who just lobbied Republicans to bail-out the banking industry, insurance giants, and promises to bail-out troubled mortgage home-owners call the other guy a "socialist?" Common sense people. Edited by: Kaptain Poop
 

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Finding Forrester was the black version of Good Will Hunting. A nice white girl obviously fell in love with the basketball star/closet literature ace. He also has to struggle with an English teacher that is purely racist and despises him because he is black.
It's a pretty good movie, but it is filled with Caste propaganda and outdated stereotypes about prep schools.
 

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has anyone else experienced the growing effrontery of the black community recently?

on Friday while i was out for a walk in my neighborhood, i had a pleasant "exchange" on Friday. a couple of young black punks tried to talk themselves into an ass-whipping.
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after i laughed in their faces when they started jive talking, told the duo that talking tough didn't mean jack, er, squat, and started towards them with non-verbal communication on my mind, their negro princess stepped in front of them and "somehow" managed to "hold them back."
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it's possible i would've been the one on the wrong end of the beating, but i don't take kindly to having negroes eyeballing me and talking trash. to put it in the words of my neighbor, "I don't think they expected that reaction."
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i don't know if this was just the typical thuggish behavior that is so common, or because of Obongo's presidential run, but i'm curious to know if anyone else has noticed anything similar of late.
 

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Knowing you JC, you'd have probably come out on top. Way to go man!
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I haven't seen hardly any american blacks out here to know if they are getting even more brash, but I did exchange words with a mexican a couple months back.
 

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Way to go, JC! 9 out of 10 negroes will back away if you stand up to them. Don't know if their recent attitude has to do with Obama...could be.
 

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I think they will be insufferable after BHO gets annointed.
 
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How could TNB be any more insufferable then it is now?

Obama won't do anything for blacks at all, he is owned by the same interest groups McCain is. He will promise the moon to blacks for thier vote and give them nothing, like any other democrat. There is no money to give them any more freebies even if he wanted to...

It is also very hard to back things like affirmative action with the president being a black man. Blacks only stand to lose in this election as they get replaced by flooding hispanic immigrants ushered in by Obama himself.

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Jimmy Chitwood said:
has anyone else experienced the growing effrontery of the black community recently?

jaxvid said:
I think they will be insufferable after BHO gets annointed.

Yes, and this is why I voted for McCain.

InfamousOne said:
How could TNB be any more insufferable then it is now?

There's never been a Negro in the White House. Since when has a Democrat or black 'leader' ever had to actually do anything worthwhile to receive the support of black people?
 
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The blacks at work are very worried. I was constantly reminded that I should remember to vote tomorrow. I haven't the heart to tell them I am voting for McCain. It might hurt their delicate feelings.
...Anyway... I have to put up some more sandbags around the doors and windows and clean my guns.
I live only a few miles from the Obama-pallozza that is being held in Grant Park. They might wonder this way.

Another piece of advice. If you live near a bookstore, try to take shelter there. Bookstores are invisable to black (and Hispanic) rioters.
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Watching the news right now. It has BO about to vote with a big smile on his face. This bad dream I fear will turn into a nightmare come this evening. I will pray that Mac pulls this one out. GOD Help us.
 

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Someone sent me an email this morning, asking me to pray for McCain and Palin and their victory, as if they represent everything holy. Here is my response:


Today we find out whether there is enough white guilt to elect a black president. I don't like either of the two wing's choices so my wife and I voted absentee for Chuck Baldwin. Voting for the neo-con flavor of the year never gets Christians anywhere. The only way we can hope to change things is by going outside thepartyumbrella and voting for someone we can really believe in. George Washington knew what he was talking about when he discouraged people from beingblindparticipantsin the party system.
 

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My first vote as a registered voter goes to Chuck Baldwin / Darrell Castle.

Thankfully, not a whole lot of Obama supporters in Central PA. Should Barack win, I feel as if I'll escape the worst of it.

Thanks to the many posters here supporting Rev. Baldwin! I researched his views and found that I like many of them. Liked him enough to cast my first vote ever in favor of the Constitution Party.
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PhillyBirds said:
My first vote as a registered voter goes to Chuck Baldwin / Darrell Castle.


I think you will always be proud of that vote. I wish I had some decent choices when I cast my first vote.
 

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Cool deal PhillyBirds!
 

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PhillyBirds said:
My first vote as a registered voter goes to Chuck Baldwin / Darrell Castle.

Thankfully, not a whole lot of Obama supporters in Central PA. Should Barack win, I feel as if I'll escape the worst of it.

Thanks to the many posters here supporting Rev. Baldwin! I researched his views and found that I like many of them. Liked him enough to cast my first vote ever in favor of the Constitution Party.

I would not have even known Baldwin existed if I hadn't come to these forums. He gets even less press than Bob Barr!
 

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Education is a powerful tool, and being able to use what you learn is even more powerful.
 
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InfamousOne said:
How could TNB be any more insufferable then it is now?

There's never been a Negro in the White House. Since when has a Democrat or black 'leader' ever had to actually do anything worthwhile to receive the support of black people?

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Condeleeza Rice? Colin Powell? There have been plenty of blacks in the white house. What changed for blacks?

You guys are thinking emotionally and not logically about all of this. Let the blacks brag, nothing will change for them.If anything things will get worse for them.

Im voting for Bob Barr. Thank you to the other posters who had the conviction to vote 3rd party and not be manipulated once again into the "lesser of two evils".
 

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The Insanity of Mass Democracy


by Anthony Gregory


As far back as I can remember, presidential candidates have promised unity for a nation torn apart by partisanship. John McCain is the maverick who "reaches across the aisle" to get things done, putting aside the partisan bickering that is supposedly the source of our troubles. Barack Obama famously sermonized at the 2004 Democratic National Convention that "there's not a liberal America and a conservative America; there is the United States of America," and ever since he has promised to bring the country together.


While the candidates talk about themselves as if they can play referee, as if they can heal the nation's wounds and stop Americans from being at one another's throats, the very opposite is true: So much of the division in our society is caused by the government itself, and especially the presidency that is celebrated and heralded constantly but especially every four years at election time.


It is society that brings out the best of everyone's differences and harmonizes them toward mutually beneficial aims. The market, community, civic and religious organizations, non-profits, businesses, and individuals working for their own dreams create social peace. There is no reason why businessmen, workers, entrepreneurs, artists, writers, athletes, plumbers, community organizers, and people of all walks of life, all religions and ethnic backgrounds, cannot coexist in peace and social consonance. The market economy in particular fosters a tolerance and harmony that allow hundreds of millions, actually billions, of people, each with very different interests and hopes, to live together in a world of honest competition and cooperation. The very fact that we are all different brings us together in peace, and society needs no presidents, no rulers of any kind, to experience the wonders of true diversity in an atmosphere of commerce, cultural exchange and liberty.


At his famous "Yes We Can" speech in New Hampshire, Obama said the following words, which speak to our common humanity, and thus have a ring of inspirational truth to them, but nevertheless miss the mark completely as it relates to politics:
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[T]he struggles of the textile worker in Spartanburg are not so different than the plight of the dishwasher in Las Vegas; . . . the hopes of the little girl who goes to a crumbling school in Dillon are the same as the dreams of the boy who learns on the streets of LA; we will remember that there is something happening in America; that we are not as divided as our politics suggests; that we are one people; we are one nation.</BLOCKQUOTE>
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Here we see the grand paradox of the politics of unity. The textile worker and dishwasher share a common human interest, an interest in peace and liberty. They both suffer under an economy crippled by regulation, inflation and taxation. They should indeed be united, despite their politics, but not with the presidential state. On the contrary, they should unite against the state that is their common enemy.


As for the little girl in Dillon and the boy in L.A., who is Obama to say their hopes and dreams "are the same"? One might wish to be a professional musician and the other a doctor. One might want to devote his life to the clergy and the other might want to pursue modeling. Liberty and the market can harmonize their very different dreams and can enrich them both in a world of peace and prosperity. But the presidency is not what brings them together. Indeed, it is politics that amplifies whatever differences they might have into social conflict.


Obama says "we are one nation." This is true in that one national government plagues us all, but aside from that, and the cultural continuity among most people of a nation, there is no magical component to our being Americans that make us "one people" or gives us uniform dreams and hopes that can be addressed and administered by a national central planner. And while, despite many differences, we have much in common, it is the contest over who gets to be that planner that most divides us.


Consider the hysteria we have witnessed over the last couple weeks. Despite the nearly identical programs of both Obama and McCain - the continuation of the empire, the police state, the corporatist regulatory machine and entitlements, with some superficial differences here and there - millions of Americans are convinced this is "the most important election" in decades, if not since the birth of the American republic.


Because their two agendas are so similar, every minor difference becomes amplified into a question of immense international importance. Obama prefers a slightly higher tax rate on the highest tax bracket - thus he is a "socialist" whereas McCain is "laissez-faire." Obama wants to be more conventionally diplomatic while still beefing up the military and sending more troops to Afghanistan and maybe Pakistan and elsewhere, and so he is the "peace candidate."


Those of us who have paid close attention to American politics for years, and not just around election time but every day, can only be amused by the hysteria gripping the nation. Tens of millions of Americans wait in line to vote, and for what? Even the genuine major differences between the two - for example, who will actually kill more people abroad - is a matter of conjecture.


What's even worse is seeing the cultural differences among Americans transformed into a national conflict. The cosmopolitans in the blue states and the red-state townsfolk have absolutely no reason to hate each other. In fact, in today's society and economy, they depend on each other. They might have their disagreements, maybe even important ones, about how to raise their families, how to worship, and lifestyle questions in a whole range of areas. But these differences need not be a cause of animosity or resentment. They should be discussed and deliberated upon peacefully, where people live by example and share their experiences, rather than a cause of hostility culminating in a national referendum in which one side of the "culture war" wins and the other loses.


And so the struggle is over whether Obama's Chicago values or Palin's small-town Alaska values will dominate the nation. I'd much prefer to see those values kept on their own turf politically. The rest of us can pick and choose what we like about urban community organizing and rural hunting (and, for my part, I see attractive and negative things about all of America).


This raises a radical point: How can a modern national election be just, even if all the votes are counted? How can one man rule 300 million Americans, most of whom did not vote for him, just because a majority of those who did vote considered him the lesser of evils? It would be insane to subject nearly half the nation to Obama's rule, or McCain's rule, no less than it has been an injustice that from sea to shining sea we have all been ruled by Bush for eight years, and Clinton for eight years before that.


What's more, when we are talking about mass democracy, we are not even talking about true democracy. The two choices presented, unlike the zillions of choices available in the marketplace, were picked by establishment handlers and have been vetted to ensure they will continue business as usual. Meanwhile, the illusion of democracy tricks the populace into thinking the state is an extension of themselves, only bolstering the state's capacity to commit oppression. Far from being a check on despotism, elections provide democratic states the social legitimacy to conduct all manners of mayhem.


Especially given the meaninglessness of the democratic choice, the hysteria and even hatred apparent in America around the time of an election cycle are a depressing sight for those of us who love liberty and who believe the one thing that actually does unite people, across many differences, is a desire to be free. Election time is the time when Americans work hard to impose their way on others so as to preemptively avoid having the other way imposed upon them. Yet we should all know, no matter the outcome, our freedom will continue to be in great jeopardy, our wealth will be looted to benefit the politically connected, the innocent will continue to be murdered by American bombs.


Tens of millions of Americans can vote but choose not to. They are castigated by their peers, but they have the right idea. We're told that if you don't vote you can't complain, but voting, at least for the major parties, does not register much of a complaint at all. You might think you're voting against the war or tax hikes, but it will instead be counted as just another voice of unity behind the dictatorial mandates of the chosen leader.


There is an awful lot to complain about. If you have fundamental disagreements with American politics, reject the whole system. So long as most Americans are swindled by the promises of mass democracy and distracted by its insanities, we cannot be free. So long as national unity is seen as a goal to be pursued through nationalism and the coercive central state, we will be needlessly divided.


http://www.lewrockwell.com/gregory/gregory170.html
 

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Great article Don. Really fitting for today. However, I don't agree with the writer's solution that we should boycott the system by not voting. I don't want to factor in with all the lazy, ignorant people. We all need to vote 3rd party or for the few Dems and Reps who have integrity.

Just wanted to mention as I sit looking out the window of my NYC office how gloomy a day it is here. Very appropriate foreshadowing seeing how we are in for a very dark (no pun intended) 4 years.
 

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Tis a gloomy day out west here too. Voting third party is the only way I see to get the big party's attention and possibly see changes to their candidates. Not voting is throwing away your voice.
 
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