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DamianTV
11-05-2008, 05:15 AM
Even if he isnt my guy I still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is Dead On about is that we should stand together.

So Gratz!!!

(like he will ever read this post, lol!)

blocks
11-05-2008, 05:29 AM
I'm torn about the results. I disagree with Obama on nearly every issue, but at the same time, I appreciate this truly historical moment. I love that in our society we have the strength to change for the better. To go from blacks having to give up their seat on a bus only 45 or so years ago, to having a black man elected to the highest office in the country. It's remarkable, so as a society we ought to be proud of that. On terms of his philosophy, thats a whole other issue to me.

Suzu
11-05-2008, 06:15 AM
To go from blacks having to give up their seat on a bus only 45 or so years ago, to having a black man elected to the highest office in the country. It's remarkable, so as a society we ought to be proud of that.

The dark part of him is not primarily black, it's Arabic. He's just 1/8th black.

Heck, I'm 1/8th native american and I don't call myself an indian.

So we really do not have a "black" president.

shuffleproshaq
11-05-2008, 06:19 AM
Yes, he is more white than black. He is really just another white President.

DamianTV
11-05-2008, 06:23 AM
And I'm 1/8th Irish / Dutch.

We are all still deserving of Rights, and Respect. I respect Obama for winning for his color, and I don't. What I am happy to see is that the majority of this country has been able to see passed Race and their own personal Bigotry and to focus on the issues.

Even if you and I are divided on the issues, and I expect we should forever shall be, we will not ever let the color of a persons skin, gender, or religion be the deciding factor in any election ever again.

So, again, congratz Obama! And congratz to anyone who voted for or against him based on the issues and not things that he has no control over.

Conza88
11-05-2008, 06:24 AM
Are you insane?

Talk about a "FOOTBALL POOL MENTALITY" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIOX9IQhL3M&eu#t=4m45s) 5min45s

I ain't going to congratulate the NWO on their finely played Election Episode... a rigged event thanks to the msm. GTFO. :rolleyes:

coyote_sprit
11-05-2008, 06:25 AM
Sorry you feel that way.

Lucid American
11-05-2008, 06:48 AM
Better than McCain.

FindLiberty
11-05-2008, 06:49 AM
even if he isnt my guy i still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is dead on about is that we should stand together.

So gratz!!! (like he will ever read this post, lol!)

+2008 !

vodalian
11-05-2008, 06:52 AM
YES WE CAN, YES WE CAN, YES WE CAN.........uh what.. you plan to continue the 'war on terror', increase military spending, expand the size of our government and continue to destroy our dollar?!? Oh well, at least he's not McCain who plans to do the exact same thing......... YES WE CAN, YES WE CAN!!

acptulsa
11-05-2008, 07:02 AM
Well, I don't know if Obama deserves congratulations or not. Maybe Zbignew and the CFR...

Whatever. Congratulations to all Americans of color! The ultimate glass ceiling is lying in shards on the ground, and I happily join you in celebrating this momentus victory. While we decry the erosion of our liberties in general and the power of the people in these troubled times, there is still no denying that this nation is in many ways a much, much better place than when I was born. Evolution in societal attitudes is important--vital, even--and is a real boon.

As an old line libertarian, I can proudly say that I have voted for a person of color for president (though admittedly not this year). And while I have no joy in the prospect of the policies we will see the next two years, I am overjoyed at the silver lining of a major milestone passed with flying colors. Hooray!

DamianTV
11-05-2008, 07:20 AM
Well, I don't know if Obama deserves congratulations or not. Maybe Zbignew and the CFR...

Whatever. Congratulations to all Americans of color! The ultimate glass ceiling is lying in shards on the ground, and I happily join you in celebrating this momentus victory. While we decry the erosion of our liberties in general and the power of the people in these troubled times, there is still no denying that this nation is in many ways a much, much better place than when I was born. Evolution in societal attitudes is important--vital, even--and is a real boon.

As an old line libertarian, I can proudly say that I have voted for a person of color for president (though admittedly not this year). And while I have no joy in the prospect of the policies we will see the next two years, I am overjoyed at the silver lining of a major milestone passed with flying colors. Hooray!

/agree

Even in a fixed fight, one still congratulates the winner on their victory. I would have congratulated McCain, just to maintain the face of the facade, if he had won.

Freedom and Liberty: We still have a lot of work to do and our fight is not finished, not by a long shot. It will never be finished. Even if this had resulted in President Elect Ron Paul, or we had all won all of our freedoms back, we are not finished. Even with the defeat of the White House for Dr. Paul. We have a lot of work to do and many battles to fight. Some of those fights will be on the battlefield, for our Heroes, family members and friends, and troops and on foreign soil that I can only pray will make it home, and some will be in the courtrooms, we must always stand Vigilant against Tyranny and bring the good fight for the benefit of all.


"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance."

Thomas Jefferson

Please bow your heads in silence for a brief moment in respect of those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for our unified belief. Of Freedom!

josephadel_3
11-05-2008, 07:23 AM
The dark part of him is not primarily black, it's Arabic. He's just 1/8th black.

Heck, I'm 1/8th native american and I don't call myself an indian.

So we really do not have a "black" president.

The terms "black" and "white" refer to which cultural group you identify. Therefore, Obama is black.

A. Havnes
11-05-2008, 07:27 AM
I would no sooner congradulate Hitler for his ingenuity in carrying out his plans.

Sorry, but I feel like the country is about to roll downhill.

Come to think of it, that was harsh, but I think it got the point accross: I won't congradulate someone whom I believe will do us harm.

Truth Warrior
11-05-2008, 07:30 AM
Hey, we know the Americans suck at it, who knows, maybe a Kenyan POTUS can do better. :D

Conza88
11-05-2008, 07:38 AM
+2008 !

Haha... 2008... year of socialism abounds!

lucius
11-05-2008, 07:43 AM
Has 'Change Come to America'?

http://tk2.stb.s-msn.com/i/D6/A21CF83A95731B66376858BE5F51C3.jpg

Thankfully not, his CFR wife with her 'Goat of Mendes' salute that the Knights Templar described as 'baphe+Metis'/Baphomet or "Baptism of Wisdom" is reaffirming to the cryptocracy that another of their 'enlightened' sock-puppets is at the helm once again.

Thinking maybe, "no, no, no it's the sign for love" look to occultist Helen Keller who created the hand sign system for the deaf and understand her strong convictions in Theosophy.

Another example:

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e372/tlthe5th/jones/ritualmurderAP410x262.jpg

SnappleLlama
11-05-2008, 07:44 AM
Congrats Obama? Are you effing kidding me??

newyearsrevolution08
11-05-2008, 07:47 AM
LOL

wait so you are saying that all it takes is a dream, a staged election and millions of dollars and I too can become president someday?

what an accomplishment, congrats obama, sure lol

he's an ass and the sheep that follow him can't be much better.

Obama is going to change the world!
Obama is going to fix everything!

Can't wait to see what all these sheeple do when obama ends up doing exactly what every other president has done before him, waste our money and take away more liberties. This time however, people are ASKING FOR IT. lol

I still don't get where the so called competition really is, is it the american public that lost, is it the republican party that lost????

With mccain or obama as president, I think we ALL lost this one.

paulitics
11-05-2008, 07:52 AM
I respect his win, and he honestly ran a much better campaign than McCain is competent enough to dream of. McCain's campaign was a disaster, and he had a chance to stand up during the bailout, but instead he chose to act like an erratic mess that needed to change his diapers.

I think America chose not to vote on race, or even on issues (this is what is sad), but on someone who shows some thoughfulness and intelligence. People equated McCain with Bush because he comes off as an incompetent moron.

McCain had an opportunity to show the American people how big government was the problem, instead he showed us how government would be the solution.

Lucid American
11-05-2008, 07:53 AM
Sorry, but I feel like the country is about to roll downhill.

"ABOUT TO"???

Where you been? I don't know that we can go anywhere but up in our policies. The pendulum swings, but in the end, which is better between socialism and fascism?

undergroundrr
11-05-2008, 08:00 AM
I would say guilty until proven innocent, except his senatorial voting record is so dad-blamed awful.

TruthAtLast
11-05-2008, 08:05 AM
Why should I congratulate ANYONE (white or black) for winning something that they had to lie, cheat, steal, or BUY to win? I don't believe in ANYTHING he believes in and neither do the founders of our country.

And all this talk on TV and in forums about the "historical moment" is bullshit.

That is NOT the reason we vote for a president. People feel like it was a token vote just for history's sake; just to show how much we've "grown"? We've GROWN?!!! We are headed into COMMUNISM and people are happy about it going to work today because it is a "black man" (kinda) that is taking us there!

This isn't about winners and losers. This isn't about someone who just wants "change". We are suppose to vote for our leaders based on their ability to govern; based on their ability to stand up for the Constitution and the founding values of this country.

America took a giant leap backwards last night, and it had NOTHING to do with the color of Obama's skin.

acptulsa
11-05-2008, 08:06 AM
I think America chose not to vote on race, or even on issues (this is what is sad), but on someone who shows some thoughfulness and intelligence.

This hasn't been my experience. Never--and certainly not in the last two cycles! If you are right, then yesterday represents a major sea change for the better. And I think the tanking economy will merely encourage the trend.

Disappointment abounds today. But not in my heart. I am old enough to be able to see the long view, and I see promise in certain details. The economy will tank, the Democrats will screw things up worse, and people will realize that there are more important issues facing this country than whether or not a 'same sex civil union' should be called a marriage.

Opportunity knocks. Do we have the moral courage and fortitude to carry on to victory?

PatriotOne
11-05-2008, 08:08 AM
Has 'Change Come to America'?

http://tk2.stb.s-msn.com/i/D6/A21CF83A95731B66376858BE5F51C3.jpg

Thankfully not, his CFR wife with her 'Goat of Mendes' salute that the Knights Templar described as 'baphe+Metis'/Baphomet or "Baptism of Wisdom" is reaffirming to the cryptocracy that another of their 'enlightened' sock-puppets is at the helm once again.

Oh no she didn't :eek:! I need a youtube to see this one to make sure it wasn't just a wave caught up in mid flight. Any You Tube on this?

lucius
11-05-2008, 08:11 AM
Oh no she didn't :eek:! I need a youtube to see this one to make sure it wasn't just a wave caught up in mid flight. Any You Tube on this?

I pulled it off http://www.msn.com/ home page.

RickyJ
11-05-2008, 08:16 AM
Congratulate the the lying marxist whore if you must, but please don't do so on this forum.

Suzu
11-05-2008, 08:20 AM
I respect his win, and he honestly ran a much better campaign than McCain

Best campaign that nearly a billion bucks can buy!

Todd
11-05-2008, 08:22 AM
Even if he isnt my guy I still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is Dead On about is that we should stand together.

So Gratz!!!

(like he will ever read this post, lol!)


Sorry.. .a landslide looks like this.


http://uspoliticsguide.com/images/Presidents-history/1984-electoral-map.gif

mediahasyou
11-05-2008, 08:22 AM
Even if he isnt my guy I still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is Dead On about is that we should stand together.

So Gratz!!!

(like he will ever read this post, lol!)

That is where you are wrong. The is no game. This is life. And 75 million people aggressively appointed Obama as my leader.

There are no guns in games.

http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:pb2FUUO2rxjNQM:http://www.amcgltd.com/archives/Socialism_by_miniamericanflags.jpg

JohnMeridith
11-05-2008, 08:24 AM
Dumbass thread. This isn't a battlefield in history where the combatants gave eachother the respect of gentlemen, this is a battlefield where the elitists will spit in your face and show no mercy.

Lucid American
11-05-2008, 08:26 AM
Oh no she didn't :eek:! I need a youtube to see this one to make sure it wasn't just a wave caught up in mid flight. Any You Tube on this?

No, she didn't -- it was a well timed shot, just like . . .

http://www.independent.ie/multimedia/archive/00210/tongue_210769t.jpg

SnappleLlama
11-05-2008, 08:26 AM
I think people should be forced to live under the policies they voted for. I voted for Ron Paul, BTW :)

tmosley
11-05-2008, 08:26 AM
The dark part of him is not primarily black, it's Arabic. He's just 1/8th black.

Heck, I'm 1/8th native american and I don't call myself an indian.

So we really do not have a "black" president.

Where'd you get that? His father's side of the family is entirely composed of people from the Udo ethnic group, which is most definitely African. His grandfather served in the British military before converting from Catholicism to Islam. He has ~0% Arabic ancestry.

Have you SEEN a picture of his father? He was black as night. If he had mostly white and Arabic ancestry, his hair would be straight, not ultra curly, which is a uniquely African trait.

Stop with the propaganda already.

Cinderella
11-05-2008, 08:29 AM
fuck u obama...i hope u choke

Crash Martinez
11-05-2008, 08:32 AM
Yeah, congrats. "Well run campaign, Mr. Castro!"

I'm seeing a lot of tolerance for the title theme of this thread, and frankly I find it disgusting. I really would've expected anyone congratulating Obama to be thoroughly lambasted by the majority of ronpaulforums members. (And to those who are with me on this: thank you!)

Why should this man deserve the slightest bit of our respect? Because he is today's most successful statist?

"Congrats" to the new Resident of the U.S. - not content with living off the productive class himself, he will steal and redistribute ALL their money to ALL the people. (And by "all the people," I mean "all the people in the Party," just like in Cuba.)

"Congrats" for being the last Resident of the U.S. to find the smallest shred of the Constitution left in existence so he can finish this drawn out process of converting it to ashes.

nbhadja
11-05-2008, 08:33 AM
Even if he isnt my guy I still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is Dead On about is that we should stand together.

So Gratz!!!

(like he will ever read this post, lol!)

Fuck Obama.

Crash Martinez
11-05-2008, 08:34 AM
Fuck Obama.

I wouldn't have said it.... but I couldn't have said it better.

max
11-05-2008, 08:39 AM
Congratulations?????????

are u on friggin crack????

The man is a god damn marxist scumbag enemy of liberty! This aint a football game where you shake hands with your rivals afterwards. This is life or death of our nation...our constitution....our freedom!

If a man beats you in hand to hand combat so he can then proceed to rape your wife....do you "congratulate" him for his victory out of good sportsmanship????

Do u understand where this nation is heading or dont you????

Stop watching TV man....its apparently having an effect on you

DamianTV
11-05-2008, 08:40 AM
LOL

wait so you are saying that all it takes is a dream, a staged election and millions of dollars and I too can become president someday?

what an accomplishment, congrats obama, sure lol

he's an ass and the sheep that follow him can't be much better.

Obama is going to change the world!
Obama is going to fix everything!

Can't wait to see what all these sheeple do when obama ends up doing exactly what every other president has done before him, waste our money and take away more liberties. This time however, people are ASKING FOR IT. lol

I still don't get where the so called competition really is, is it the american public that lost, is it the republican party that lost????

With mccain or obama as president, I think we ALL lost this one.

The WORST thing that anyone can actually hope for is that a government fulfill their request. And then there was Social(ist) (In)security. And then there was Income Tax. And then there went the 2nd Amendment, and the 3rd, and the 4th... Well except for the Income Tax one, we couldnt get rid of that now could we.

I tried to start this thread with an apportioned ammount of sarcasm. And I did expect a certain number of people wouldnt completely see the sarcasm of my ORIGINAL post to start this thread. So yes I will give my congratualtions to Obama for his victory. My RACIAL issue still stands as it should have NOTHING to do with an election. It was nothing more than a great show of smoke and mirrors and lies and socialism. Just so you know I was being very sarcastic about this entire facade of an election, hell McCain would have been no different, I am just being somewhat polite about it. And for the record, since we both obviously have a habit of saying what we really feel, this is why neither one of us have ever made it as politicians. Were honest.

Again for the record, as he is on the CFR (Council of Foreign Relations, IE Bilderberger, Federal Reserve, Illiminati, Tri Lateral Commission) financially we really are so far beyond completely fucked that the guy from Princess Bride would recognize this as completely inconceivable.

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Also: Stephen Hawking has better Body Language than McCain.

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Edit:

Why should I congratulate ANYONE for winning something that they had to lie, cheat, steal, or BUY to win? ...

Because it makes the GAME look good for other people that think they may still have a chance of restoring real freedom. Not all of them are as savvy as us or have ever figured out how that new fangled Interweb works. If THEY believe the game is BROKEN, and despite the fact that it really is, they will never support those of us who are willing to take the good fight to the ones in power. This, by itself, divides us from would be supporters, and, yet again, this is not about Ron Paul, this is about what America is really about. FREEDOM.

There is still a fight to be fought for freedom. Dont discriminate your would be allies because they have been misled, or ostracize them. Guide them along their way to FREEDOM. We got beat in this battle but the war is far from over. I really doubt non RP supporters will come here so I am being frank here n these forums. Posting in other places, I try to be more unifying. Getting our asses handed to us doesnt mean we should just give up. Yes it hurts like hell to see a socialist scumbag puppet take the Oval Office. And Yes, MAX, I understand EXACTLY where our country is headed (Pre Germany WWII, where we are, RIGHT NOW). What you need to get thru your head is that I am not all about just congratulating the winning team for raping my wife, I use it AGAINST them, earn their trust, and destroy them from within as they have done to us. Cut the fuckers balls off slowly and make it as PAINFUL as possible. We were not conquered by an external source raging war on us were we? No. We were destroyed from WITHIN. We take what we learn and use it against them. If that means biting our tongues so that the few people that arent RP forum frequent fliers hit this thread, they read the first post and thats about it. Think. I stand by your side. I vowed my LIFE for defense of this country against ALL enemies, forein and domesitc (ex military) and even though I was dishonorably discharged (for obeying RED CROSS orders and DISOBEYING my CO's orders, while stateside, to go on emergency leave during my fathers death several years ago) I still take that oath seriously. Right now we still stand as a NATION DIVIDED, by every possible aspect, I wotn even bother to mention most of them but it even gets down to the point of whether you watch SpongeBob Square Pants or not. That is how divided we are. And the more we try to divide each other from our bretheren who we need to protect, the more we will fail. This is why we fail. This is why we failed. This is why we will continue to fail. Sponge Bob should not be the life definining decision that it has become but it has become just that. It is why you and I argue. It is why I will not give my life for you or you for me. That is why we failed Ron Paul. We stand divided. And divided we fall. And I think Barack is easier to manipulate than McCain. McCain knowns brainwashing techniques when he sees them. Obama takes it as just a persons point of view. We disagree but not for the right reasons. The difference between us is that I would still willingly give my life in defense of this country and what it should, be and for you, and for your beliefs that we disagree upon, but not what this country has become. Please do not stab me in the back for offering my very life's blood for you to defend our difference in beliefs.

We all need to stand together, in hope of unity, of freedom, of difference, and of liberty. We all believe so strongly in freedom, please, dont let any other issue, no matter how strong it is, divide us. Please let us stand together in hope of our Freedom.

acptulsa
11-05-2008, 08:56 AM
And for the record, since we both obviously have a habit of saying what we really feel, this is why neither one of us have ever made it as politicians. Were honest.

+1 makes three. :o


Also: Stephen Hawking has better Body Language than McCain.

Mr. Hawking, I owe you an apology for RingOTFLMAO! :D

PatriotOne
11-05-2008, 09:33 AM
I pulled it off http://www.msn.com/ home page.

Highly suspect that MSNBC choose THAT particular shot of ALL the shots they could have picked isn't it? I mean come on!

RevolutionSD
11-05-2008, 09:36 AM
Even if he isnt my guy I still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is Dead On about is that we should stand together.

So Gratz!!!

(like he will ever read this post, lol!)

I disagree. One, he got 52% of the vote. When you count non-voters, that's no mandate.

Two, we don't need to "come together". We need to act in our own self-interest and quit with the collectivism that's killing us. Three, Obama is nothing new, just more of the same, status quo bullshit. We will still have a violent state presiding over us.

The people lost last night.

RonPaulNewbee
11-05-2008, 09:53 AM
I disagree. One, he got 52% of the vote. When you count non-voters, that's no mandate.


How can non-voters issue a mandate? You are confused.

lucius
11-05-2008, 10:18 AM
Highly suspect that MSNBC choose THAT particular shot of ALL the shots they could have picked isn't it? I mean come on!

That is what I thought as well--all in plain sight.

What stood out the most for me in this election cycle was how the media was making a parody of the executive office, like Palin actually going on the SNL bash, much traction on how both candidates tell 'whoopers' and are not that different. Clinton and Bush have a done a fine job of making a mockery of the office as well. My take is that we will see more with Obama and all this will help facilitate the transition into a 'more responsible' regional union: North American Union.

Xenophage
11-05-2008, 10:57 AM
Congratulations to the man behind the curtain on continuing his charade and controlling the minds of the American public while raping our constitution, sovereignty, and individual freedoms! Yes!!!!!

RCA
11-05-2008, 11:07 AM
Congratulating Obama due to his race IS racism. You congratulate him as an individual. In fact, being happy that we now have a non-white president is ALSO racist.

Anti Federalist
11-05-2008, 11:09 AM
Even if he isnt my guy I still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is Dead On about is that we should stand together.

So Gratz!!!

(like he will ever read this post, lol!)

This is not a game of football, it has nothing to do with "good sportsmanship".

This about one faction of the power elite wresting control from another faction.

In both cases, no appreciable difference will take place.

But those changes in the power structure will determine, for millions of people around the world, whether they live or die.

I will not stand with that, I will not recognize that, I will not absolve that, I will not stand with that. This government has long since lost my consent to govern me, regardless of who holds the reigns of power.

We most certainly are at war, you just don't realize it. There is no national unity to be had with fascists under the GOP or communists under the Democrats.

And no matter what happens, my lines in the sand remain, if I have to die alone as the last man standing, then so be it.

DamianTV
11-05-2008, 11:24 AM
Well we are now 5 pages in. So no one expect the people that actually care will read this.

Now despite your negave comments towards my semi sarcastic not intended to be racial but probably was racial post...

Do you guys really honestly think that I would have voted for him because he is black? But, more importantly... We KNEW one of two possible outcomes was going to happen, regardless of this thread. McCain wins. /yay /fake OR Obama wins /yay /fake

/sarcasm

Do you also think that the battle for FREEDOM is done? We've lost? Call it quits? No more freedom. Ding Ding Were Done? They cheated and winned so lets just give up? Shit no. This thread is about as fake as the election itself. Agree with me or dont, I dont care, but let us not lose sight of our true goals. FREEDOM. We arent dead yet. Not by a long shot.

RonPaulNewbee
11-05-2008, 11:33 AM
Saying a win for a black man is being racist is not accurate. Racism, in practicality, has more to do with the oppression of a particular race. The fact that our country has had 43 white presidents is racist. The fact that our 44th president will be black is an alleviation of racist practice by our electorate. And yes that is something to be happy about.

gls
11-05-2008, 11:39 AM
Saying a win for a black man is being racist is not accurate. Racism, in practicality, has more to do with the oppression of a particular race. The fact that our country has had 43 white presidents is racist. The fact that our 44th president will be black is an alleviation of racist practice by our electorate. And yes that is something to be happy about.

Wrong. Racism is judging someone based on the color of their skin as opposed to matters that are actually applicable to the situation. "Positive" racism is still racism.

Cinderella
11-05-2008, 11:40 AM
can i just say one more fuck u obama and his positive racism!

yongrel
11-05-2008, 11:41 AM
Congratulation for giving kindergarteners one more name to memorize.

tonesforjonesbones
11-05-2008, 11:51 AM
Stick the race card in your ear. i called 4 GOP executive committees in florida this morning and reminded them that they ignored a large faction of the GOP...the Ron Paulers...and if they were smart..they would be reaching out to us. I got positive responses and agreements from most. They want us in...i am going in to help repair the party and bring it back from the left. that tactic did not work and they now see it. We have a lot of work to do to rebuild ...i 'm up for it. tones

pacelli
11-05-2008, 11:54 AM
Congratulations to the new world order.

NewEnd
11-05-2008, 12:59 PM
I am happy Obama won.

1. The psychological effect on Black Americans will be a positive one for decades.
2. His money came mostly from small donors
3. The alternative
4. There will be no war with Iran. Of this I am sure.


And with that, I say adios to the Ron Paul movement, I think I would rather be in my ignorant slumber than have to tolerate the racist bile and bigotry and hatred that has infested everything here, just for a few kernels of truth.

gls
11-05-2008, 01:06 PM
I am happy Obama won.

1. The psychological effect on Black Americans will be a positive one for decades.
2. His money came mostly from small donors
3. The alternative
4. There will be no war with Iran. Of this I am sure.


And with that, I say adios to the Ron Paul movement, I think I would rather be in my ignorant slumber than have to tolerate the racist bile and bigotry and hatred that has infested everything here, just for a few kernels of truth.

OK have fun going back to sleep because most people here are too smart to support your socialist Mesiah.

Yes, there will be war with Iran. Obama has said that he will do EVERYTHING possible to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. Meanwhile Iran is intent on obtaining one as soon as possible due precisely to threats like that.

Danke
11-05-2008, 01:18 PM
I am happy Obama won.


2. His money came mostly from small donors
.


And with that, I say adios to the Ron Paul movement, I think I would rather be in my ignorant slumber than have to tolerate the racist bile and bigotry and hatred that has infested everything here, just for a few kernels of truth.

If you think this is true, you need to listen to Ron Paul on AJ today.

Obama has spent over 2 Billion over many years. Money has been grooming his raise and this presidential run for a long time.

georgiaboy
11-05-2008, 01:43 PM
I kinda feel like a watcher of the Superbowl when I don't have a team in the hunt.

I am happier that McBailout was denied than if he had won. Not exactly the same as congratulations for Obailout, but close.

I'm also happy for the 'winning' supporters. Well-played, Barry & Co.

Policy-wise, it was lose-lose from the start, so really nothing to get happy about one way or the other there.

SnappleLlama
11-05-2008, 01:46 PM
I am happy Obama won.

And with that, I say adios to the Ron Paul movement, I think I would rather be in my ignorant slumber than have to tolerate the racist bile and bigotry and hatred that has infested everything here, just for a few kernels of truth.

See ya.

georgiaboy
11-05-2008, 02:08 PM
Stick the race card in your ear. i called 4 GOP executive committees in florida this morning and reminded them that they ignored a large faction of the GOP...the Ron Paulers...and if they were smart..they would be reaching out to us. I got positive responses and agreements from most. They want us in...i am going in to help repair the party and bring it back from the left. that tactic did not work and they now see it. We have a lot of work to do to rebuild ...i 'm up for it. tones


Good on ya, tones. that's the spirit.

Todd
11-05-2008, 03:51 PM
Congratulating Obama due to his race IS racism. You congratulate him as an individual. In fact, being happy that we now have a non-white president is ALSO racist.

Yep!!
I'm Clapping. There was no clappy smiley.

nodope0695
11-05-2008, 03:55 PM
While it is in fact an historical thing that a black man has been elected president, I find Obama the wrong black man.

So, I can not in good conscience congradulate Barack Obama, nor his supporters for his victory. Sorry, but its how I feel.

Natalie
11-05-2008, 04:02 PM
Psh....

I almost wish McCain had won. So many people would be so pissed. There'd be riots. It'd be hysterical.

LABELtheTRAITOR
11-05-2008, 04:14 PM
i believe Obama was "chosen" by the "powers that be" to make the "sheeple" feel like they have a say in their lives... illusion of "of the people, by the people"... but the same band plays on...

The_Orlonater
11-05-2008, 04:35 PM
I am happy Obama won.

1. The psychological effect on Black Americans will be a positive one for decades.
2. His money came mostly from small donors
3. The alternative
4. There will be no war with Iran. Of this I am sure.


And with that, I say adios to the Ron Paul movement, I think I would rather be in my ignorant slumber than have to tolerate the racist bile and bigotry and hatred that has infested everything here, just for a few kernels of truth.

Number 2 is wrong.
Number one, is true. But a lot of them are really crazy.
Number 4, there will be one with Pakistan!:eek:

amy31416
11-05-2008, 04:41 PM
I was happy at first for our American underdogs that this barrier was finally broken, but then I saw who Obama picked for Chief of Staff.

Black people were used. All the more reason to not be bigoted against anyone but (most) politicians.

A. Havnes
11-05-2008, 04:42 PM
I am happy Obama won.

And with that, I say adios to the Ron Paul movement, I think I would rather be in my ignorant slumber than have to tolerate the racist bile and bigotry and hatred that has infested everything here, just for a few kernels of truth.

There's more than enough people on here to refute your reasons, but I'd like to focus on your percieved racism. Do you mean to tell me that race didn't play a large role in Obama's victory? The very fact that we were told that blacks were voting Obama because of their desire for a black president is very racist! In that case, I'll leave it up to you to ponder who is really racist.

Penners
11-05-2008, 04:43 PM
i believe Obama was "chosen" by the "powers that be" to make the "sheeple" feel like they have a say in their lives... illusion of "of the people, by the people"... but the same band plays on...

Bump 2008

Welcome to the New World Order

CurtisLow
11-05-2008, 04:53 PM
Congratulations Obama!!!http://img523.imageshack.us/img523/4844/ron2rp3.gif

RonPaulNewbee
11-05-2008, 06:34 PM
Saying a win for a black man is being racist is not accurate. Racism, in practicality, has more to do with the oppression of a particular race. The fact that our country has had 43 white presidents is racist. The fact that our 44th president will be black is an alleviation of racist practice by our electorate. And yes that is something to be happy about.

LibertyEagle
11-05-2008, 06:38 PM
Saying a win for a black man is being racist is not accurate. Racism, in practicality, has more to do with the oppression of a particular race. The fact that our country has had 43 white presidents is racist. The fact that our 44th president will be black is an alleviation of racist practice by our electorate. And yes that is something to be happy about.

Oh bull. Are you saying we should judge a person on the color of their skin, rather than their merits? Because that is what it sounds like.

Get Walter Williams to run for office and I will gladly vote for him.

dannno
11-05-2008, 06:42 PM
Oh bull. Are you saying we should judge a person on the color of their skin, rather than their merits? Because that is what it sounds like.

Get Walter Williams to run for office and I will gladly vote for him.

No, he's saying that the power structure hasn't allowed black people to lead in our country in sufficient enough numbers to have any real representation until now. He is saying that judging a situation based on some racial factor is not neccessarily racist unless the statement brings out hatred or oppression of the particular race.

Individuals should strive not judge other individuals based on race, but it is ridiculous to assume that race is not a big issue as a whole in our society.

Andrew-Austin
11-05-2008, 06:45 PM
No, he's saying that the power structure hasn't allowed black people to lead in our country in sufficient enough numbers to have any real representation until now. He is saying that judging a situation based on some racial factor is not neccessarily racist unless the statement brings out hatred or oppression of the particular race.

Individuals should strive not judge other individuals based on race, but it is ridiculous to assume that race is not a big issue as a whole in our society.

Its only an issue because democracy pits people against one another.

ronpaulhawaii
11-05-2008, 07:02 PM
Its only an issue because democracy pits people against one another.

Which is why a republic is better, (with democratic processes).

onward...

TruthAtLast
11-05-2008, 07:52 PM
Congratulating Obama due to his race IS racism. You congratulate him as an individual. In fact, being happy that we now have a non-white president is ALSO racist.

+1000

Exactly

mport1
11-05-2008, 08:17 PM
I will not congratulate a violent tyrant.

PatriotOne
11-07-2008, 08:32 PM
http://img523.imageshack.us/img523/4844/ron2rp3.gif

LOL...I can never figure out why everyone liked that picture of RP. I always thought it made him look like he had palsey :p

BlackTerrel
11-08-2008, 04:02 AM
Has 'Change Come to America'?

http://tk2.stb.s-msn.com/i/D6/A21CF83A95731B66376858BE5F51C3.jpg

Thankfully not, his CFR wife with her 'Goat of Mendes' salute that the Knights Templar described as 'baphe+Metis'/Baphomet or "Baptism of Wisdom" is reaffirming to the cryptocracy that another of their 'enlightened' sock-puppets is at the helm once again.

She's just raising her hand :D

BlackTerrel
11-08-2008, 04:03 AM
Saying a win for a black man is being racist is not accurate. Racism, in practicality, has more to do with the oppression of a particular race. The fact that our country has had 43 white presidents is racist. The fact that our 44th president will be black is an alleviation of racist practice by our electorate. And yes that is something to be happy about.

Well said.

PatriotLegion
11-08-2008, 07:25 AM
Even if he isnt my guy I still want to congratulate him on his landslide victory. I think everyone should even if they dont agree with him or like him. The losing team should always show at least an ounce of respect to their competitors.

We are not at war with each other and we shouldnt be. He is right, and wrong on many things, but one thing he is Dead On about is that we should stand together.

So Gratz!!!

(like he will ever read this post, lol!)

Sure I agree. But can't wait to say I told ya so!!!

nodope0695
11-08-2008, 08:38 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.com%2Fvideose arch%3Fgbv%3D2&safe=off&q=Obama+gonna+pay+my+rent&v=Bg98BvqUvCc&ie=UTF-


Do you think this woman is unique? Nope.:bunchies:

Now, the real truth about Obama:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0

TurtleBurger
11-08-2008, 11:44 PM
Being President is a difficult job. And it's our job to keep it that way.

Cowlesy
08-24-2009, 02:19 PM
I am happy Obama won.

1. The psychological effect on Black Americans will be a positive one for decades.
2. His money came mostly from small donors
3. The alternative
4. There will be no war with Iran. Of this I am sure.


And with that, I say adios to the Ron Paul movement, I think I would rather be in my ignorant slumber than have to tolerate the racist bile and bigotry and hatred that has infested everything here, just for a few kernels of truth.

interesting.....

NewEnd
08-24-2009, 02:26 PM
interesting.....

You mods are great archivists.

This was before I was a truther. What do you know. I now believe it is a big corporate conspiracy.

Of course, if Eric Holder starts actually prosecuting higher ups for torture, I might start sipping on the kool-aid again.


and I still stand by number 1.

Original_Intent
08-24-2009, 02:36 PM
...and I still stand by number 1.

You have freaking GOT to be kidding me. Next you will be saying that Hitler provided a great psychological boost to people of German descent. :rolleyes:

Obama will set race relations back two generations, and fill blacks that voted for him based on race with self-loathing.

NewEnd
08-24-2009, 02:40 PM
You have freaking GOT to be kidding me.

No, I'm not.

the responses were interesting. I never did come back and read them.

That said, I remember a shit ton of racism here, especially from the birthers, and it was getting to be intolerable.


Obama will set race relations back two generations, and fill blacks that voted for him based on race with self-loathing.

I don't think so. I don't think white people have any idea how hard it is for black people to really give a fuck about America, or "freedom", or "states rights" or "the presidency". I think the simple act of having a black man in there will at least give them the idea that maybe they to can be president. I think this will for many of them give them an interest in politics they may not have otherwise had.

JeNNiF00F00
09-02-2009, 11:27 AM
Biggest FAIL thread evarrrr

zach
09-02-2009, 11:34 AM
as many people from my college would post on their political views:

"Yay obama :)"

acptulsa
09-02-2009, 11:52 AM
So, your horse won! Great! Now, what did you win?

One hell of a highly visible 'glass ceiling' broken? Outstanding!

An end to racism as a result? But msnbc is using this to stir the racism pot for all their worth. That doesn't help.

Someone in the White House that represents you? Um, sorry...