Obama may lose!

The reality is, Obama may lose!. At a dinner party tonight some visiting Brit’s repeatedly ask me who I thought would win McCain, or Obama. Overwhelmingly they all agreed that they preferred Obama, and followed it up with how disgusted they were with Bush, and how poor a choice for VP McCain made in Palin. But the reality is Obama can still lose. America, white America is fundamentally racist and unless Obama has a massive lead going into the final election HOUR! And so long as some news agency doesn’t call the election for McCain early. The racism will rise to the surface and we will have to live with the McCain HELL for the next 4 years. White America will not vote, in the privacy of the booth, for a Nigger! Plain, simple, Ugly and true.

6 comments on “Obama may lose!

  1. bit extreme like… How come the secretary of state is a black woman?

    Or yer man Colin Powell?

    And you’re leaving out an important aspect of American history – it wasnt the Republicans who were racist in the deep south – that was the Democrats…

  2. Condi was appointed, Colin worked his way up through the ranks, and technically Jamaican. And I’m not saying they shouldn’t be elected, but that the underling xenophobic white voter can’t manage to vote for them.

  3. I also visited that site you posted, It doesn’t look like it was written by blacks. I noted not a single authors name, or credit. It’s just full of republican propaganda, and talking points. If they were a real site they would be taking ownership of the postings and opinion pieces there. So I call BS on the site!

  4. NBRA state delegates:


    the chair is Frances Rice


    its also worth noting what J.C. Watts , a black republican congressman from Oklahoma had to say , when he refused to join the Congressional Black Caucus


    “…they said that I had sold out and Uncle Tom. And I said well, they deserve to have that view. But I have my thoughts. And I think they’re race-hustling poverty pimps.”

    just trying to point out that American politics is complicated – and sure as hell isnt as clearcut as its made out to be.

  5. I know it’ complicated I’ve voted in many of elections, and it’s just beginning to get ugly. You haven’t seen anything yet.

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