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A Racial Race?

The black and white truth about a black candidate.

by Greg Asimakoupoulos
March 7, 2008

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A Racial Race?
A Racial Race?_Greg Asimakoupoulos-The black and white truth about a black candidateB'lack Obama's White House dreams
are fueled by grits and collard greens.
He knows that Aframericans
are hungry for a win.

While race is not the only deal,
for millions it's a happy meal.
A chance to prove that Martin's dream
has finally come true.

We're watching history being made.
And while some racists are afraid,
there is no cause to fear B O
because his skin is black.

My fear is based in what he's done.
He's not experienced for one.
And secondly, his Iraq view
is blurred and shortsighted.

I like Obama as a man.
I'm envious of his great tan.
But he's too liberal for my blood
and left on Right to Life.

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reader from usa writes:
March 23, 2008
Re: "Obama is too liberal..." With three presidential candidates left to choose from, (R) McCain, (D) Clinton & (D) Obama, Obama is not the one too liberal. The history on McCain and Clintons are well known. While still married John had a young mistress named Cindy who has quite a liberal resume. In fact, chilling. John McCain was involved in the infamous Keating Five scandal. How liberal is that? John was & is pro-war to an unfounded war that is killing our sons & daughters daily. How liberal is that? The Clintons both have a chilling liberal resume from college to Arkansas Gov. mansion to the Whitehouse and out of the Whitehouse. Bill & New York Gov. are brothers under the skin. The 'stand by your man" principle worked for those two men and Swaggert etc etc etc. What all these liberal men have in common is they were too liberal. Hillary is a liberated 60's woman, back in her college days, she took a year sabbatical, studied under a communist Prof. Are we to grade what sins are too liberal and what sins are not too liberal? If so, Obama comes out on top! What I find to be the greatest of all hypocrisys is double-speak. Soon as someone files to run for office they suddenly turn about face; start talking about their faith, church and all the anti's so as to better fit in with the Moral Majority Voters. How about those liberal wolves in sheeps clothing? That is where spiritual discernment comes in! God looks at the heart. Obama has soul & heart and it can be sensed that he has a special gift and is a far cry above his advisarys who ruthlessly have persecuted him; shown to be out to destroy him at every turn. God is watching. His angels are standing by.

rmb from Pa writes:
January 3, 2010
As Obama was Campaigning for the Presidency, and when he won the Coveted prize, a thought came to me at that time, thus:-
For sooooooo long the "Haves" have had a great time, -----loop holes, tax breaks, oh so many ways to hide their assests. With Obama elected, my thought was and still is, That God in His Mercy used Obama to pay attention to the, poor, the hurting, the homeless, the uneducated, and "the Hopeless".
If one will take the time to read Romans Chapter 13, does not that chapter speak volumes. I believe the Obama Critics should pay some mind, since God and He alone puts people in places where He wants them.
I also think, that Perhaps God gave America one last chance to obliterate the race card, and treat each person with respect, and honor and yes, even Love the unlovely. My 16 year old niece loved the unloveable, but died in a tragic accident. It's something I can not forget.

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