"And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people

who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment

as a way to explain their frustrations."

-- Barack Obama, April 2, 2008

Talking Points #33 20010-04-12

Michael Steele of the GOP - another "me" victim?

Well, I have to say I was disappointed by your claim that Obama and yourself were victims of being held to a higher standard because of your skin color. When the opposite is true.

I had really low expectations of Obama, not because of his skin color, but, because I recognized him as a socialist in democrat clothing and because he called himself a Christian and most everything he supports is the opposite of what the Bible teaches.

I was just hoping he would only be a 1/2 a Pres. Carter or a 1/2 a Clinton and not do nasty things at the desk in the oval office where Pres. Reagan always wore a suit coat out of respect for the office. I was just hoping for a 1/2 decent job without destroying the country to finally move beyond the race thing.

My local "black" Rep. Hank Johnson, who I voted for twice, I had only the lowest of expectations, not because he was black, but, because he was a democrat. I just wanted him not to embarrass my district after Cynthia McNutty. Instead we have him defending Micheal Jackson, a pervert, on the house floor and saying Guam would capsize with too many Marines stationed there. Wonderful.

You know, I think I was a true victim of racial discrimination myself and I was not hired because I was white. My "black" neighbor knew I was out looking for a job and he said there was a job opening where he worked as a janitor, at Morehouse College.


I do have to admit, I felt a bit humiliated applying for a janitor's job there. I knew I would be looked down on by all those young black kids as the stupid fat old white guy that could not get a good job, cleaning up their trash, and used as an example by the teachers of why you needed a good education.

But, it was better then having my kids on food stamps. I was hoping they would hold a lower standard for me. I was hoping real bad to be the token white guy and they never even called me back for another interview. I was qualified for the job, I cleaned bar bathrooms when I was younger, have fixed and ran Zamboni floor cleaners, have done tons of construction, electrical, and computer repairs.

I think I was a victim of racial discrimination because I never saw another white person the whole time I was there, who do I sue?

You are as clueless as the democrats.

If a homosexual, black, Jewish guy that wore flowers behind his ears and wore pink pants and floral socks addresses the two things that matter to most folks, unemployment and the ungodly debt, and had plain solutions with real answers, I would probably vote for him!

I want results and I don't care about your victim mentality. I don't care if you are purple with yellow polka dots, I want solutions and results.

What kind of standard do you think Frederick Douglas was held to?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_Douglas (click here)

I could be wrong, but, I think people called him nigger all day long and was a true victim. But, out of all the things I have read about him recently, I never saw mention of him blaming others for his problems or acting the victim. He was a quality man of real STEEL.

I keep hoping for a Frederick Douglas or Pat Tillman to take the reins and lead.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Tillman (click here)

"At one point in his NFL career, Tillman turned down a five-year, $9 million contract offer from the St. Louis Rams out of loyalty to the Cardinals." ... "Tillman turned down a contract offer of $3.6 million over three years from the Cardinals to enlist in the U.S. Army"

I guess there are not that many extraordinary men left willing to serve in politics, black or white. I guess what we have left is you and Rep. Lewis that gets all teary eyed because supposedly someone called him nigger, that no one heard, even though there were cameras and people all over the place.

Where is his righteous indignation of something much worse, of the genocide of his own race www.yankhank.com ? Does he support abortion? Where is his black pride over a black pastor being beaten and kicked in the street of Saint Louis?

I always thought John McCain should have picked Condoleezza Rice and he would have beat Obama. Why, it would have gotten him the black and woman vote. Plus, most important of all, she is a person of quality and real achievement. A real college professor, unlike Obama,, that won awards, that knows how to balance a budget. We can't get even a black conservative woman of quality to serve.

You know what I remember the most about her though?

Condoleezza Rice meets KISS and tells (click here)

With the pictures in my mind, that, for her being real.

What will I remember about you, blaming your failure on your skin color.

What a sorry ass excuse we have become as a nation.



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