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Josh_LA
11-05-2008, 01:35 PM
We've all seen this,

http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c358/rickmill/Not_my_president.jpg

time to make a new one?!

tangent4ronpaul
11-05-2008, 01:48 PM
hmmm... How about OhBombUs in the foreground and a US flag background - but replace the stars with a hammer and sycle(sp?) maybe a flock of sheep looking up to him at the bottom...

-t

Spider-Man
11-05-2008, 01:49 PM
http://t-shirts.cafepress.com/item/barack-obama-not-my-president-dark-tshirt/307978583

http://images.cafepress.com/jitcrunch.aspx?bG9hZD1ibGFuayxibGFuazoxNTJfRl9jNi5 qcGd8bG9hZD1MMCxodHRwOi8vaW1hZ2VzNC5jYWZlcHJlc3MuY 29tL2ltYWdlLzMwMjc2MDI0XzQwMHg0MDAucG5nfHxzY2FsZT1 MMCwxMjUsMTUwLFRyYW5zcGFyZW50fGxvYWQ9dG0tTDAsYmxhb ms6MTUyX0ZfYzZfdG1hc2suanBnfGNvbXBvc2U9TDAsdG0tTDA sVGV4dHVyZU1hc2ssLTE3MiwtMTAyfGNvbXBvc2U9YmxhbmssT DAsQWxwaGFCbGVuZCwxNzIsMTAyfGNwPXJlc3VsdCxibGFua3x zY2FsZT1yZXN1bHQsMCw0ODAsV2hpdGV8Y29tcHJlc3Npb249O TV8

Kludge
11-05-2008, 01:51 PM
http://images.cafepress.com/jitcrunch.aspx?bG9hZD1ibGFuayxibGFuazoxNTJfRl9jNi5 qcGd8bG9hZD1MMCxodHRwOi8vaW1hZ2VzNC5jYWZlcHJlc3MuY 29tL2ltYWdlLzMwMjc2MDI0XzQwMHg0MDAucG5nfHxzY2FsZT1 MMCwxMjUsMTUwLFRyYW5zcGFyZW50fGxvYWQ9dG0tTDAsYmxhb ms6MTUyX0ZfYzZfdG1hc2suanBnfGNvbXBvc2U9TDAsdG0tTDA sVGV4dHVyZU1hc2ssLTE3MiwtMTAyfGNvbXBvc2U9YmxhbmssT DAsQWxwaGFCbGVuZCwxNzIsMTAyfGNwPXJlc3VsdCxibGFua3x zY2FsZT1yZXN1bHQsMCw0ODAsV2hpdGV8Y29tcHJlc3Npb249O TV8

:eek: Reminds me of "Jigsaw".

Josh_LA
11-05-2008, 01:54 PM
http://t-shirts.cafepress.com/item/barack-obama-not-my-president-dark-tshirt/307978583

http://images.cafepress.com/jitcrunch.aspx?bG9hZD1ibGFuayxibGFuazoxNTJfRl9jNi5 qcGd8bG9hZD1MMCxodHRwOi8vaW1hZ2VzNC5jYWZlcHJlc3MuY 29tL2ltYWdlLzMwMjc2MDI0XzQwMHg0MDAucG5nfHxzY2FsZT1 MMCwxMjUsMTUwLFRyYW5zcGFyZW50fGxvYWQ9dG0tTDAsYmxhb ms6MTUyX0ZfYzZfdG1hc2suanBnfGNvbXBvc2U9TDAsdG0tTDA sVGV4dHVyZU1hc2ssLTE3MiwtMTAyfGNvbXBvc2U9YmxhbmssT DAsQWxwaGFCbGVuZCwxNzIsMTAyfGNwPXJlc3VsdCxibGFua3x zY2FsZT1yZXN1bHQsMCw0ODAsV2hpdGV8Y29tcHJlc3Npb249O TV8

bastard!

Bill M DC
11-06-2008, 07:15 AM
Walk down the street in Washington, DC, L.A., Chicago, etc. wearing that shirt and see how quick you get a beat down. In your face stuff like that only pisses people off, further closes their minds and causes potentially violent confrontations.

liberteebell
11-06-2008, 08:06 AM
Walk down the street in Washington, DC, L.A., Chicago, etc. wearing that shirt and see how quick you get a beat down. In your face stuff like that only pisses people off, further closes their minds and causes potentially violent confrontations.


Indeed.

The tee shirt sentiment gave me a chuckle but I think it's a foolish idea right now.

I'd suggest being wise and exercising some patience for a while. After all, obomba hasn't even been inagurated yet.

Of course y'all are free to do whatever you want but I think the wise thing to do is to give the obomba-ites their time to bask in their victory. In due time, when the change they were promised turns out to be the same-old, same-old and the disgruntlement begins, bring out the tee shirts. Even then, I'd make tee shirts that say "where's the change?" or some such, rather than something directed at obomba.

I'm not sure you young folks fully comprehend the racial component of the first black president, nor do you comprehend the emotions it dredges up in some people. I worked a polling station that was mostly black on Tuesday and even I was surprised. Mark my words, any criticism of obomba will be seen as racisim and bigotry.

So work smart and spend your energy on educating people on important issues such as the Fed. There will be a time for dissing obomba but it isn't now.

salsero96
11-06-2008, 08:08 AM
Walk down the street in Washington, DC, L.A., Chicago, etc. wearing that shirt and see how quick you get a beat down. In your face stuff like that only pisses people off, further closes their minds and causes potentially violent confrontations.


See... This kind of attitude pisses me off...

If a black person were to wear a BUSH "NOT MY PRESIDENT" T-Shirt, nobody would bat an eye, but if a white person wears an OBAMA "NOT MY PRESIDENT" shirt, he will "get a beat down"


I happen to like the shirt and will be purchasing one.

My dislike for Obama has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with skin color. Why do people have to assume that or even bring it up for that matter?

Agent CSL
11-06-2008, 08:49 AM
Why do I feel that if I wore the Bush shirt, I'd be applauded; but if I wore the Obama shirt, I'd get beaten in some back alley? :o

liberteebell
11-06-2008, 09:19 AM
See... This kind of attitude pisses me off...

If a black person were to wear a BUSH "NOT MY PRESIDENT" T-Shirt, nobody would bat an eye, but if a white person wears an OBAMA "NOT MY PRESIDENT" shirt, he will "get a beat down"


I happen to like the shirt and will be purchasing one.

My dislike for Obama has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with skin color. Why do people have to assume that or even bring it up for that matter?

Because IT IS WHAT IT IS. You know your dislike for obomba has nothing to do with skin color and you could wear a huge disclaimer stating so, but that's not how it will be perceived by a lot of black folks.

Any criticism of blacks = racism and bigotry, just like any criticism of Jews/Israel = anti-semitism. You're not going to change that perception, wrong as it may be, by wearing that in-your-face tee shirt and in fact, you may "invite" harm to yourself. Do I like it or think it's right? Aw, HELL NAW!!! But that doesn't change what is.

I personally had 2 instances in the last week of someone getting viscerally angry with me because I wasn't on the obomba change train. I'm a 50+ year old, 5'2" harmless female. I don't know any of you but I care about your physical safety because we need all r3VOLutionaries alive, not beaten to death over some ill perceived racial issue.

I'm just saying that there are other ways to go about this, once things don't change for the better. And that's my motherly advice, take it or leave it.

Jay778x
11-06-2008, 10:41 AM
Someone needs to make a "Don't blame me, I voted for Ron Paul" shirt. I would buy one in a split second.

americana
11-06-2008, 11:00 AM
http://www.google.com/products?hl=en&safe=off&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hs=2PT&q=don%27t+blame+me+i+voted+for+ron+paul+shirt&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&oi=product_result_group&resnum=1&ct=title

Josh_LA
11-06-2008, 11:54 AM
See... This kind of attitude pisses me off...

If a black person were to wear a BUSH "NOT MY PRESIDENT" T-Shirt, nobody would bat an eye, but if a white person wears an OBAMA "NOT MY PRESIDENT" shirt, he will "get a beat down"


I happen to like the shirt and will be purchasing one.

My dislike for Obama has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with skin color. Why do people have to assume that or even bring it up for that matter?

yeah, double standard

Democrats are proud to be called socialists and have no problem with communists supporting them. But when a racist supports our people, we act like racism is worse than murder.

why are we afraid to speak out against bigotry and violence? (or should we bring it on)

Josh_LA
11-06-2008, 11:55 AM
Someone needs to make a "Don't blame me, I voted for Ron Paul" shirt. I would buy one in a split second.

there's plenty on eBay

but if you wan't a pro-Paul t-shirt, check this one out first, hehe

http://gojosh.com/katie_t.jpg

Josh_LA
11-06-2008, 11:57 AM
Why do I feel that if I wore the Bush shirt, I'd be applauded; but if I wore the Obama shirt, I'd get beaten in some back alley? :o

of course it has nothing to do with minorities being violent.

it's ok to beat up people if they're behind by 6 million votes

but it's not ok to make fun of people when they're 48% or just lost the electoral.

LEARN KID! DEMOCRATS AND LIBERALS ARE KINGS, SHUT YOUR MOUTH AND SWALLOW YOUR TEARS.

Josh_LA
11-06-2008, 11:59 AM
but that's not how it will be perceived by a lot of black folks.

Any criticism of blacks = racism and bigotry, just like any criticism of Jews/Israel = anti-semitism. You're not going to change that perception, wrong as it may be, by wearing that in-your-face tee shirt and in fact, you may "invite" harm to yourself. Do I like it or think it's right? Aw, HELL NAW!!! But that doesn't change what is.
.

I agree, not trying to incite violence or challenge power, but it almost seems as if Jews and blacks are less human if they can't have the same reasoning & humor as we do.

smeg
11-06-2008, 12:18 PM
See... This kind of attitude pisses me off...

If a black person were to wear a BUSH "NOT MY PRESIDENT" T-Shirt, nobody would bat an eye, but if a white person wears an OBAMA "NOT MY PRESIDENT" shirt, he will "get a beat down"

My dislike for Obama has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with skin color. Why do people have to assume that or even bring it up for that matter?

i'd like to make a comment regarding the way i deal with those who demonize my dislike of obama's intentions by using the general issue of "race and equality" in this election.

while i am not of the mindset that any form of marriage should be regulated or "allowed" by the government, we currently do have restrictions or the required 'granting of permission' in place. there were number of measures on ballots across the nation that were geared towards gay/lesbian equality in the arena of marriage. every single one of them rendered anti-gay/lesbian results.

so, while the whole nation is priding itself on this "historic victory" for equality; and claiming my views as racist or oppressive... they are just flying the biggest hypocritical bigot flag ever. if a majority of people voted for obama and "the black man's historic achievement of equality", those same people had to have some hand in voting against the equality of another minority.

so don't feel so bad about being accused of racism. cause a majority of them (obama supporters, not just 'blacks'... i'm not racist) can be accused of hypocrisy and oppression towards minorities as well.

Josh_LA
11-06-2008, 08:26 PM
so don't feel so bad about being accused of racism. cause a majority of them (obama supporters, not just 'blacks'... i'm not racist) can be accused of hypocrisy and oppression towards minorities as well.

agreed, but it's hard to talk back when you're being beat up, ain't it?

CJLauderdale4
11-06-2008, 10:12 PM
I love that "kool-aid" smile Obama picture on the shirt..

We need the logo to say:

Obama gonna make everyting O-Tay!!!

Nah, that might offend some people....

....like Buckwheat.....

All Seeing Eye
11-06-2008, 10:44 PM
Only one T-Shirt for me...

Just check out my signature!:D

All Seeing Eye
11-06-2008, 10:48 PM
Someone needs to make a "Don't blame me, I voted for Ron Paul" shirt. I would buy one in a split second.

http://www.cafepress.com/ronpaulorriot

Fill your boots!:p